Daniell DiFrancesca, Ph.D.

Daniell DiFrancesca, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology, Psychology program and Applied Clinical Psychology M.A. program
Faculty Affiliate, Susan Hirt Hagen CORE
102 Turnbull

Mailing Address:
ERIE, PA 16563

The New Normal: How Virtual Learning can Benefit K-12 Students, Theory into Practice - August 11, 2022
Collaborator: Daniel Spencer

A study on the effectiveness of using nonlinear storytelling and simulation-based learning games in an operations research course, American Society for Engineering Education - June 26, 2022
Collaborators: Omar Ashour; Ashley Seamon; Christian Lopez; Sabahattin Ozden; Conrad Tucker

A Holistic Design Approach for Integrated Learning in Manufacturing Education, American Society of Engineering Education - June 26, 2022
Collaborators: Faisal Array; Matthew Swinarski; Qi Dunsworth; Chetan Nikhare; Mohammed Array

Exploring the interplay between attributions and metacognitive monitoring ability in a post-secondary classroom, The Journal of Experimental Education - 2021
Collaborators: Dan Spencer, Author; John Nietfeld, Author; Array Li Cao, Author

Utilizing Picture Books to Teach Through Notable Women in Science, Science Scope - November, 2020
Collaborators: Lisa Ciecierski; Jodie Styers

Changes in Teaching Efficacy Beliefs among Elementary Preservice Teachers from a STEM-focused Program: Case Study Analysis, Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership (JoITL) Vol - 2018
Collaborators: Margareta Thomson, Author; Sarah Carrier, Author; Carrie Lee, Author; Temple Walkowiak, Author

Using metacognitive scaffolding to develop problem solving skills in k-12 computer-based learning environments - 2017
Collaborator: John Nietfeld, Author

Teaching efficacy: exploring relationships between mathematics and science self-efficacy beliefs, PCK and domain knowledge among preservice teachers from the United States, TEACHER DEVELOPMENT - 2017
Collaborators: Margareta Thomson, Author; Sarah Carrier, Author; Carrie Lee, Author

A comparison of high and low achieving students on self-regulated learning variables, LEARNING AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES - 2016
Collaborators: John Nietfeld, Author; Li Cao, Author

The role of observation in the recall of informational text, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH - 2015
Collaborators: John Nietfeld, Author; Roger Bruning, Author

Where Is the" E" in STEM for Young Children? Engineering Design Education in an Elementary Teacher Preparation Program., Issues in Teacher Education - 2014
Collaborators: Carrie Lee, Author; Ellen McIntyre, Author

A STEM-focused elementary teacher preparation program: Candidate and alumni perceptions, Teacher Education and Practice - 2013
Collaborators: Ellen Mcintyre, Author; Temple Walkowiak, Author; Margareta Thomson, Author; Sarah Carrier, Author; Carrie Lee, Author; Elizabeth Greive, Author; Rebecca Zulli, Author; Michael Maher, Author

The impact of genetic background and Bid on the phenotype of Bcl-2-deficiency in mice, APOPTOSIS - 2008
Collaborators: Hong-Min Ni, Author; Xiaoyun Chen, Author; Lei Chen, Author; Hisashi Harada, Author; Xiao-Ming Yin, Author

Promotion of fas-mediated apoptosis in type II cells by high doses of hepatocyte growth factor bypasses the mitochondrial requirement, JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY - 2007
Collaborators: Yongge Zhao, Author; Xue Wang, Author; Reza Zarnegar, Author; George Michalopoulos, Author; Xiao-Ming Yin, Author

Deletion of Bid impedes cell proliferation and hepatic carcinogenesis., The American journal of pathology - May 1, 2005
Collaborators: Lu Bai, Author; H Ni, Author; X Chen, Author; X Yin, Author

Bid-dependent generation of oxygen radicals promotes death receptor activation-induced apoptosis in murine hepatocytes., Hepatology (Baltimore, Md.) - August 1, 2004
Collaborators: Wei Ding, Author; H Ni, Author; D Stolz, Author; X Yin, Author

Ph D, Educational Psychology, North Carolina State University

MA, Science Education, The University of Pittsburgh

BS, Biology, The University of Pittsburgh