Presentations

Conmy, T. & Roman, S., (2019, March). Tips, Tricks and Techniques for Running DnD with Students. Panel Session presented at PAX East, Boston, MA

Conmy, T (2019, January). Examining Using Tabletop Role-Playing Games in the Classroom. Poster Session presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI

• Conmy, T. (2017, February). In Defense of Teacher Wellbeing. Poster session presented at the Symposium on Engaged Scholarship, University of San Francisco, CA

Dissertation

Current Purpose Statement:
        The purpose of my study is to explore the usage of non digital tabletop role-playing games as an instructional method. Specifically, the idea is to identify any correlations between student reported experiences playing tabletop games over a long period of time compared to teacher observations of student participants.  

Doctoral Classes

Applied Educational Statistics

Advanced Statistics

Research Methods in Ed

Correlation Designs

Educ & Psych Measurements

Psyc Founds of Edu

Cognitive Psychology

Media Lab

Literature Review

Instructional Design

Learning Design

Models of Teaching/Instruction

Special Topics: Program Evaluation

Special Topics: Longitudinal Analysis

Made to Stick: Teaching with the Brain in Mind

Dissertation Proposal Seminar

Cognitive Psychology

Problem-, Project-, & Inquiry-based Learning