Summary of Qualifications:
Dr. Stewart is an Associate Professor of Psychology. Dr. Stewart’s research examines constructivism and motivation in technology-based teaching and learning.
2005-Present, Associate Professor of Psychology, Department of Social Sciences, UHD
2002-2005, Lone Star College, Associate Professor of Psychology, Department of Natural and Behavioral Science
2001-2002, Visiting Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Houston
Academic Scholarship/Research/Creative Endeavors:
Stewart, C., & Crone, T. (in press). Maintaining motivation in online students: An examination of the ARCS-V motivation model. In L. Kyei-Blankson & J. Blankson (Eds.), Handbook of research on strategic management of interaction, presence, and participation in online courses. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Johnson, R., Stewart, C., & Bachman, C. (2013). What drives students to complete online courses? What drives faculty to teach online? Validating motivation orientation in university students and faculty. Interactive Learning Environments.
Bachman, C., & Stewart, C. (2011). Self-determination theory and web-enhanced course template development, Teaching of Psychology, 38, 180-188.
Stewart, C., Bachman, C., & Johnson, R. (2010). Predictors of Faculty Acceptance of Online Education. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 6, 1-20.