NSF #1516684 Increasing Learning and Efficacy about Emerging Technologies through Transmedia Engagement by the Public in Science-in-Society Activities
This NSF project uses the narrative of Frankenstein to engage the public with activities that aims at increasing the efficacy of learners towards STEM topic. These activities were diverse and included an online game with 10 episode videos, hands-one activities, and series of events around the theme of Frankenstein.
In this project, I have been engaged in several research activities around science ethics, public participation in science, transmedia storytelling, game-based learning, and learning in and out of school.
Ostman, R., Nagy, P., Mawasi, A., Finn, E., & Wylie, R. (2023). Exploring Responsible Research and Innovation in Museums through Hands-on Activities. Curator: The Museum Journal, 66(1), 29-57.
Nagy, P.,Mawasi, A.,Eustice, K., Cook-Davis, A., Finn, E., & Wylie, R. (2022).Increasing learners' self-efficacy beliefs and curiosity through a Frankenstein-themed transmedia storytelling experience.British Journal of Educational Technology, 00, 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjet.13202
Mawasi, A.,Nagy, P., Finn, E., & Wylie, R. (2022).Narrative-Based Learning Activities for Science Ethics Education: an Affordance Perspective.Journal of Science Education and Technology, 31(1), 16-26.
Mawasi, A.,Nagy, P., Finn, E., & Wylie, R. (2022).Using Frankenstein-themed science activities for science ethics education: An exploratory study. Journal of Moral Education, 51(3), 353-369.
Nagy, P., Mawasi A., Wylie, R. (2020). Narrative-based Hands-On Activities for Science and Science Ethics Education: The Frankenstein200 Experience. Connected Learning 2020. Conference canceled, to appear in CLS2020 Proceedings published by the Carnegie Mellon ETC Press.
Mawasi A., Nagy, P., Wylie R. (2020). Systematic Literature Review on Narrative-Based Learning in Learning Environments Mediated by Educational Technology and Digital Media (2007-2017). In International Conference of the Learning Sciences. ICLS2020.
Nagy, P., Mawasi, A., & Wylie, R. (2020). Fostering Science Identity Through Transmedia Storytelling: A Mixed-Methods Approach. In Gresalfi, M. and Horn, I. S. (Eds.), The Interdisciplinarity of the Learning Sciences, 14th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2020, Volume 2 (pp. 873-874). Nashville, Tennessee: International Society of the Learning Sciences.
Aguilera, E., Stewart, O. G., Mawasi, A., & Cortés, L. E. (2020). Seeing Beyond the Screen: A Multidimensional Framework for Understanding Digital-Age Literacies. In P. Sullivan, J. Lantz, & B. Sullivan (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Integrating Digital Technology With Literacy Pedagogies (pp. 1-31). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-7998-0246-4.ch00 1 [Other Conference Proposals]
Mawasi, A., Nagy, P., & Wylie, R. (April, 2019). What does Ethics Mean? Middle School Students Perceptions of Science Ethics. American Education Research Association for the 2019 Annual Conference.