Purdue University College of Education

Education Research @ Purdue

Spring 2011


From the Dean

Maryann Santos de BaronaWe are pleased to share with you to the latest edition of our new electronic newsletter, Education Research @ Purdue. This issue contains news and information about the latest research going on in the College of Education at Purdue University. Our research funding and recognition for our work continues to grow, and this is reflected in our continued climb in the US News and World Report rankings, up another spot to #43 for the 2012 Best Education Schools. The efforts of our excellent faculty and students are launching the future, and we hope you enjoy learning a little more about what we're doing.

Maryann Santos de Barona
Dean of the College of Education

In This Issue

 

Research and Project Highlights

Math Science Partnership Focusing on Engineering Design

Brenda CapobiancoSLED logoBrenda Capobianco, faculty member in science education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and courtesy faculty member in Engineering Education, is the co-leader of a new National Science Foundation Math Science Partnership project entitled, "Science Learning through Engineering Design (SLED)." The project partnership consists of Purdue's Colleges of Education, Engineering, Science, and Technology; the Discovery Learning Research Center; area businesses/industries; and the Lafayette, Tippecanoe, Taylor Community, and Plymouth schools in Indiana. The project, one of the first of its kind in the country, aims to improve science learning in grades 3-6 through implementation of engineering design-based curriculum and activities in the classroom. During this academic year, teams anchored by faculty members in science and engineering have been developing or adapting existing design-based curricular materials to address state and national science standards for the targeted grade levels. Practicing and prospective teachers will be introduced to these materials and how to use a design-based approach to science teaching as part of a two-week summer institute on Purdue's campus in June. Teachers will implement design-based approaches in their classrooms beginning in the 2011-12 academic year. The project will span five years and impact about 200 in-service teachers, 100 pre-service teachers, and 5,000 elementary/ intermediate students. Other key project personnel include Johannes Strobel, faculty member in engineering education and learning design and technology and Director of INSPIRE (the Institute for P-12 Engineering Research and Learning); James Lehman, faculty member in learning design and technology and associate dean of the College of Education; Todd Kelley, faculty member in engineering/technology teacher education; and Gabriela Weaver, faculty member in chemistry (and courtesy faculty member in Curriculum and Instruction) and Director of the Discovery Learning Research Center. Keith Bowman, Head of Materials Engineering, serves as the project co-leader. More...

Sustainable Energy Research Coming to Rural Schools

Peg ErtmerPeg Ertmer, faculty member in learning design and technology in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, is part of a team of researchers leading a new program for Indiana's rural high school teachers that encourages participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics to groom the next generation of leaders in sustainable energy. Dubbed "Research Goes to School," the five-year statewide STEM initiative is supported by an Innovations through Institutional Integration (I3) grant from the National Science Foundation. The goal of the project is to develop a model for integrating education and research by creating and supporting a professional development program that engages rural Indiana pre-service and in-service high school teachers around sustainable energy research activities. The project will develop curricular materials for integrating sustainable energy concepts with state science education standards and provide professional development experiences for a total of about 400 teachers. The project builds on a variety of existing Purdue STEM initiatives including Education's own STEM Goes Rural project. The project is under the direction of Provost Timothy D. Sands, Gabriela Weaver, Director of the Discovery Learning Research Center, and Maureen McCann, Director of the Energy Center. More...

Learning from Fat Dogs and Coughing Horses

Marcia GentryBecky MannFaculty members in the College of Education including Marcia Gentry and Becky Mann, in the gifted education program in the Department of Educational Studies, are members of the leadership team of an NIH-funded project creatively titled "Fat Dogs and Coughing Horses: Animal Contributions towards a Healthier Citizenry." The project, directed by Timothy Ratliff and Sandra Amass in the School of Veterinary Medicine, focuses on health issues that affect both people and animals such as obesity prevention, cancer prevention and asthma as well as how animal models play an important role in biomedical research. During the past year, Education faculty members have been involved in developing and piloting curricular materials for students in grades 3, 6, and 9. For examples, see the project's website at http://www.purdue.edu/svmengaged/sepa/home. The project is designed to both inform and excite schoolchildren about careers in health science research and to encourage activities for better health. More...

Computer Science Teaching Licensure Program Launched

James LehmanAman YadavAman Yadav, faculty member in educational psychology, and James Lehman, faculty member in learning design and technology and associate dean, are part of the leadership team of "CS4EDU: Computer Science for Education," a National Science Foundation grant project focused on preparing educators to teach computer science at the high school level (see cs4edu.cs.purdue.edu). The project is part of a national initiative to expand the number of high school educators who are qualified to teach computer science. Preparing more teachers to teach computer science will lay the groundwork to better prepare future generations to be computationally proficient to successfully compete in the global economy. The project team worked together to develop two new courses and create a computer science teaching supplemental licensure program for education majors, which has now been launched. Project participants include Chris Hoffman (current project leader), Susanne Hambrusch, Tim Korb and Voicu Popescu from the Department of Computer Science. More...

Project to Work with Teachers on Economics Education

Harlan DayThe Indiana Council for Economic Education (ICEE), housed in the Purdue Department of Agricultural Economics, will partner with the Purdue College of Education, the Ball State Center for Economic Education, and three school corporations in Randolph County on an Indiana Teacher Quality grant project. The project is designed to increase students' understanding of personal finance and economics, especially through the use of mathematics and literature. Teachers will be introduced to basic economic and personal finance concepts in the Indiana Academic Standards through a project workshop. Teachers will also learn how to apply these concepts in the classroom using a variety of motivational instructional strategies, many involving the use of reading and mathematics stories and concepts. The project is directed by Harlan Day, Director of the Indiana Council for Economic Education and a courtesy faculty member in Curriculum and Instruction.

 

For the Record

Faculty Awards

Lynn BryanFaculty members are being honored for contributions to research at the annual College of Education Awards Ceremony in April, 2011. Lynn Bryan (at right), science educator in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the Department of Physics, is the recipient of the 2011 Dean's Award for Outstanding Faculty Scholarship. Professor Bryan, who is also a University Faculty Scholar, is being recognized for her excellent Emily BouckYan Ping XinMarcia Gentryscholarly record in science education. Recipients of outstanding faculty discovery awards have also been also named in each department. In the Department of Educational Studies, the recipients of Anatoli RapoportOutstanding Faculty Discovery Awards (at left, from left to right) are Emily Bouck (assistant professor level), Yan Ping Xin (associate professor level) and Marcia Gentry (full professor level). In the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Anatoli Rapoport (at right) is the recipient of an Outstanding Faculty Discovery Award for Research-Based Scholarship.

Internal Faculty Grant Recipients

Luciana de OliveiraNathalia JaramilloLuciana de Oliveira, faculty member in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and Nathalia Jaramillo, faculty member in the Department of Educational Studies, have been selected as Diversity Fellows for 2010-11. Each received a grant to revise an existing course or propose a new course with a diversity component. The Diversity Fellows Program is supported by the university's Diversity Resource Office in conjunction with the deans of four of Purdue's colleges.

Rachael KenneyMelanie ShoffnerRachael Kenney, mathematics educator, and Melanie Shoffner, English educator, received a 2010 Faculty Research Fellowship from the Discovery Learning Research Center to evaluate secondary mathematics teachers' experiences with the writing-to-learn-mathematics approach.  Their research is extending understanding of literacy in mathematics education and reflection in teacher education. The fellowship supports collaborative projects between faculty members in a STEM and non-STEM discipline.

Faculty applications for year-long research grants and summer faculty research grants from the Purdue Research Foundation (PRF) underwent a peer review process this spring. PRF year-long research grants provide support for a .50 FTE doctoral research assistant to work on the faculty member's project for a year. Recipients of these awards for 2011-12 are: Emily Bouck, Ayse Ciftci, Luciana de Oliveira, Marcia Gentry, Carrie Wachter Morris, Carole Pistole, Ala Samarapungavan, Heather Servaty-Seib, Melanie Shoffner, and Bill Watson. PRF summer faculty research grants fund a faculty member for two months of research during the summer. The recipient of a summer PRF faculty research grant for 2011 is Anatoli Rapoport.

 

Graduate Student Research

5th Annual Graduate Student Education Research Symposium

The 5th Annual Graduate Student Education Research Symposium (AGSERS) was held on March 30, 2011. The keynore speaker was Wes Bruce, Chief Assessment Officer of the Indiana Department of Education. A record number of 66 poster presentations were made by graduate students from departments all across the Purdue campus. Four posters were selected by a panel of faculty judges to receive awards. The outstanding posters and their graduate student authors (shown in the photo from left to right) were:

  • AGSERS 2011 Poster Award WinnersRonald Carr, "National Survey of States' P-12 Engineering Standards"
  • Andrea Jasper, "Disproportionality among African American Students at the Secondary Level: Examining the MID and EBD Disability Categories"
  • Aleda Chen, "Assessment of the Impact of the Geriatric Medication Game on Pharmacy Students' Attitudes Toward Older Adults"
  • Ninger Zhou, "The Effect of Multiumedia Storybook Reading on ESL's Vocabulary Acquisition"

Graduate Student Awards

Graduate students award winners are being recognized at the annual College of Education Awards Ceremony in April, 2011. This year's winners of awards related to research and scholarship are:

  • Gauri Joshi, Educational Studies, Bilsland Disseration Fellowship
  • Ayesha Sadaf, Curriculum and Instruction, Bilsland Disseration Fellowship
  • Yuxiang Wang, Curriculum and Instruction, Outstanding Dissertation Award
  • Xiaojun Chen, Curriculum and Instruction, Dean's Doctoral Scholarship
  • Jerry Woodward, Curriculum and Instruction, Dean's Doctoral Scholarship

 

COE at AERA

AERA Reception

You're invitedThe College of Education will hold a reception at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting, jointly with the schools of education at Ball State University and Indiana State University, on Saturday, April 9, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the New Orleans Marriott, La Galerie 3. You are cordially invited to attend!

AERA Presentations

Here is a list of presentations by College of Education faculty, staff, and graduate students at the 2011 AERA annual meeting in New Orleans.

Purdue Presenter

 

Paper or Session

Time and Place

Aagard, Hans P.

Students Use of Hotseat in Relation to Social Presence and Engagement in Blended Learning Environments

Mon, Apr 11 - 8:15am - 10:15am,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Grand Ballroom A

Abramova, Inna

Exploring Cultural Differences: Immigrant Teachers' Perceptions of Multiculturalism

Mon, Apr 11 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom C

Adedokun, Omolola

The Effects of Undergraduate Research Experiences on Students’ Aspirations for Research Careers and Graduate Education

Fri, Apr 8 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

Berkopos, Kevin

 

Participatory Game Design to Teach First-Year Engineering Students Career-Relevant Competencies

Fri, Apr 8 – 4:05pm – 5:35pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

Chen, Xiaojun

Self-Efficacy for Cross-disciplinary Learning in Project-Based Teams

Tue, Apr 12 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

Childress, Amy L.

The Effects of Undergraduate Research Experiences on Students’ Aspirations for Research Careers and Graduate Education

Fri, Apr 8 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

Ertmer, Peggy A.

Classroom Implementations of Technology-Enhanced Inquiry: A Multiple Case Study

Sat, Apr 9 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Toulouse B

 

Instructional Design Heuristics

Sat, Apr 9 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / St. Ann

 

Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning

Mon, Apr 11 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

 

Investigating Preservice Teachers' Views and Intentions to Use Web 2.0 Tools Using Decomposed Theory of Planned Behavior

Mon, Apr 11 - 4:05pm - 6:05pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Toulouse B

 

Participatory Game Design to Teach First-Year Engineering Students Career-Relevant Competencies

Fri, Apr 8 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

 

The Impact of Initial Question Prompts on Critical Thinking in Online Discussions

Mon, Apr 11 - 8:15am - 10:15am,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Grand Ballroom A

Fang, Jun

Classroom Implementations of Technology-Enhanced Inquiry: A Multiple Case Study

Sat, Apr 9 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Toulouse B

 

Impact of Household Location on First-Year Engineering Students' Environmental Knowledge and Awareness

Sat, Apr 9 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

 

Participatory Game Design to Teach First-Year Engineering Students Career-Relevant Competencies

Fri, Apr 8 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

Freemyer, Sarah

Classroom Implementations of Technology-Enhanced Inquiry: A Multiple Case Study

Sat, Apr 9 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Toulouse B

Garcia de Hurtado, Belen

Participatory Game Design to Teach First-Year Engineering Students Career-Relevant Competencies

Fri, Apr 8 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

Gentry, Marcia L.

Examining the Effects of Total School Cluster Grouping on Teaching Practices

Mon, Apr 11 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

 

Examining the Measurement Invariance of My Class Activities and the Perceptions of Socioeconomic Groups

Tue, Apr 12 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Oak Alley

 

Gifted and General Elementary Students' Perceptions in China and the United States: A Cross-National Study

Mon, Apr 11 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Napoleon Ballroom C1

 

Local Norms and Teacher Rating Scales: Implications for Underrepresentation

Tue, Apr 12 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Oak Alley

Gilger, Jeffrey W.

Brain, Neurosciences, and Education SIG Business Meeting: Meeting of the Brains

Fri, Apr 8 - 6:15pm - 7:45pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Bienville

 

Educational Neuroscience: Four Exemplary Levels of Analysis

Fri, Apr 8 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza /

Harris, Constance A.

Participatory Game Design to Teach First-Year Engineering Students Career-Relevant Competencies

Fri, Apr 8 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

Jasper, Andrea D.

Delayed Special Education Placement for Learning Disability Among Children of Immigrants

Sat, Apr 9 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Southdown

Johnson, Tara Star

Love and Rage: Educator Sexual Misconduct in a Racially Divided Community

Mon, Apr 11 - 8:15am - 9:45am,  
New Orleans Marriott / Balconies IJ

Kim, Hannah

Responsive Evaluation as a Guide to Implementation: Case Study of the Design of an E-Health Learning System

Tue, Apr 12 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

Kim, Minchi C.

Classroom Implementations of Technology-Enhanced Inquiry: A Multiple Case Study

Sat, Apr 9 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Toulouse B

Kim, Woori

Classroom Implementations of Technology-Enhanced Inquiry: A Multiple Case Study

Sat, Apr 9 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Toulouse B

Lee, Youngmi

Participatory Game Design to Teach First-Year Engineering Students Career-Relevant Competencies

Fri, Apr 8 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

Malewski, Erik L.

An Invitation to Curriculum Studies

Sat, Apr 9 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Grand Ballroom A

 

Division B Curriculum Studies Business Meeting: I Shall Create! Curriculum Studies for the 21st Century

Sat, Apr 9 - 6:15pm - 7:45pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Astor Ballroom III

 

Study Abroad in Teacher Education: Globalizing Multiculturalism to Prepare Future Teachers

Mon, Apr 11 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
New Orleans Marriott / Mardi Gras Salon C

Mann, Eric L.

Mathematical Perceptions: A Pilot Validation of Preservice Teacher

Sun, Apr 10 - 8:15am - 9:45am,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

Mann, Rebecca L.

Mathematical Perceptions: A Pilot Validation of Preservice Teacher

Sun, Apr 10 - 8:15am - 9:45am,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

Mantzicopoulos, Panayota Y.

Musings on Meaning: The Role of Meaning Systems for Motivation Interventions

Sun, Apr 10 - 8:15am - 10:15am,  
New Orleans Marriott / Preservation Hall Studio 8

Mellish, Linda

Chronobiology and Online Learning: Biologically Based Preferences

Sun, Apr 10 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
New Orleans Marriott / Preservation Hall Studio 4

Miller, Rachelle

Examining the Effects of Total School Cluster Grouping on Teaching Practices

Mon, Apr 11 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

 

Examining the Measurement Invariance of My Class Activities and the Perceptions of Socioeconomic Groups

Tue, Apr 12 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Oak Alley

Mong, Christopher J.

Evolution of an Experienced Teacher's Integration of an Educational Video Game: A Case Study

Sat, Apr 9 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom E

Moon, Sidney

Cross-Cultural Studies in Gifted and Talented Education

Mon, Apr 11 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Napoleon Ballroom C1

Newby, Tim

Investigating Preservice Teachers' Views and Intentions to Use Web 2.0 Tools Using Decomposed Theory of Planned Behavior

Mon, Apr 11 - 4:05pm - 6:05pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Toulouse B

Olesova, Larissa A.

Students Use of Hotseat in Relation to Social Presence and Engagement in Blended Learning Environments

Mon, Apr 11 - 8:15am - 10:15am,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Grand Ballroom A

Patrick, Helen

Musings on Meaning: The Role of Meaning Systems for Motivation Interventions

Sun, Apr 10 - 8:15am - 10:15am,  
New Orleans Marriott / Preservation Hall Studio 8

 

The Role of Educational Psychology in Teacher Education

Sat, Apr 9 - 8:15am - 9:45am,  
Hotel Monteleone / Royal Ballroom

Pereira, Nielsen L S

Examining the Effects of Total School Cluster Grouping on Teaching Practices

Mon, Apr 11 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

Phillion, Joann I.

A Case Study of a Hui Girl and Her Han Chinese Mother in Eastern People’s Republic of China

Tue, Apr 12 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

 

Double Identities and Dilemmas: Reflections on My Narrative Research

Sun, Apr 10 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm,  
Doubletree / International Ballroom

 

Study Abroad in Teacher Education: Globalizing Multiculturalism to Prepare Future Teachers

Mon, Apr 11 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
New Orleans Marriott / Mardi Gras Salon C

Rapoport, Anatoli

"I Saw It With My Own Eyes": The Knowledge-Constructing Process in the Course of International Exchanges of Educators

Sat, Apr 9 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Astor Ballroom I

 

Negotiating Global Citizenship in the Social Studies Classroom

Sat, Apr 9 - 8:15am - 10:15am,  
Sheraton / Rhythms Ballroom I

Richardson, Jennifer C.

The Impact of Initial Question Prompts on Critical Thinking in Online Discussions

Mon, Apr 11 - 8:15am - 10:15am,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Grand Ballroom A

Rodriguez, Eloisa Maria

Community Schools: A New Form of Schooling

Sat, Apr 9 - 8:15am - 9:45am,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

 

Innovating Curriculum Through Community Schooling

Mon, Apr 11 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
New Orleans Marriott / Mardi Gras Salon C

Sadaf, Ayesha

Investigating Preservice Teachers' Views and Intentions to Use Web 2.0 Tools Using Decomposed Theory of Planned Behavior

Mon, Apr 11 - 4:05pm - 6:05pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Toulouse B

 

The Impact of Initial Question Prompts on Critical Thinking in Online Discussions

Mon, Apr 11 - 8:15am - 10:15am,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Grand Ballroom A

Samarapungavan, Ala

Kindergarten Students' Cognitive Engagement in Science Learning

Tue, Apr 12 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
New Orleans Marriott / Preservation Hall Studio 9

Schaffer, Scott P.

Responsive Evaluation as a Guide to Implementation: Case Study of the Design of an E-Health Learning System

Tue, Apr 12 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

 

Self-Efficacy for Cross-disciplinary Learning in Project-Based Teams

Tue, Apr 12 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

Sears, David

Collaborating to Transfer: Are Collaboration and Transfer Synergistic Partners?

Sat, Apr 9 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom B

Shirley, Valerie J.

"In Our Culture We Just Have to Protect Our People": A Decolonizing Project of Cultural Resistance and Renewal Among Diné Youth

Tue, Apr 12 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

Strobel, Johannes

Helping STEM Researchers Strengthen Their Proposals by Integrating K-12 STEM Education Components

Mon, Apr 11 - 8:00am - 12:00pm,  
Hotel Monteleone / La Nouvelle Orleans West

 

Chronobiology and Online Learning: Biologically Based Preferences

Sun, Apr 10 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
New Orleans Marriott / Preservation Hall Studio 4

 

Impact of Household Location on First-Year Engineering Students' Environmental Knowledge and Awareness

Sat, Apr 9 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

 

Participatory Game Design to Teach First-Year Engineering Students Career-Relevant Competencies

Fri, Apr 8 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

Tomory, Annette J.

Classroom Implementations of Technology-Enhanced Inquiry: A Multiple Case Study

Sat, Apr 9 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Astor Crowne Plaza / Toulouse B

Tsai, Meng-Fang

Kindergarten Students' Cognitive Engagement in Science Learning

Tue, Apr 12 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
New Orleans Marriott / Preservation Hall Studio 9

Van Barneveld, Angela

Participatory Game Design to Teach First-Year Engineering Students Career-Relevant Competencies

Fri, Apr 8 - 4:05pm - 5:35pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom D

Wang, Qiu

A Simulated Comparison of Bias Reduction Rates for Matching Through Latent Variable Versus Matching Through Surrogate Variables With Measurement Errors

Sat, Apr 9 - 8:15am - 9:45am,  
Doubletree / Shadows

 

Comparison of Synthetic Cohort Design and Solomon Four-Group Design in Structural Equation Modeling Framework

Tue, Apr 12 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Doubletree / International Ballroom

 

Dual Matching on Hierarchically Structured Data: A Simulation Study

Sat, Apr 9 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Hotel Monteleone / Bonnet Carre

 

Investigate Autoregressive and Cross-Lag Effects in Longitudinal Data Analysis: A New Approach

Mon, Apr 11 - 8:15am - 9:45am,  
Doubletree / Madewood A

Wang, Yuxiang

A Case Study of a Hui Girl and Her Han Chinese Mother in Eastern People’s Republic of China

Tue, Apr 12 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

 

Double Identities and Dilemmas: Reflections on My Narrative Research

Sun, Apr 10 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm,  
Doubletree / International Ballroom

 

Study Abroad in Teacher Education: Globalizing Multiculturalism to Prepare Future Teachers

Mon, Apr 11 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
New Orleans Marriott / Mardi Gras Salon C

Watson, William R.

Critical Systems Theory for Systemic Change in Education

Mon, Apr 11 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
New Orleans Marriott / Mardi Gras Salon B

 

Evolution of an Experienced Teacher's Integration of an Educational Video Game: A Case Study

Sat, Apr 9 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom E

Yadav, Aman

Learning From Case Studies in an Undergraduate Engineering Course

Sat, Apr 9 - 12:25pm - 1:55pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom E

Yang, Yang

Examining the Effects of Total School Cluster Grouping on Teaching Practices

Mon, Apr 11 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

 

Examining the Measurement Invariance of My Class Activities and the Perceptions of Socioeconomic Groups

Tue, Apr 12 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Oak Alley

 

Gifted and General Elementary Students' Perceptions in China and the United States: A Cross-National Study

Mon, Apr 11 - 10:35am - 12:05pm,  
Sheraton / Napoleon Ballroom C1

Zhang, Dake

The Effects of Undergraduate Research Experiences on Students’ Aspirations for Research Careers and Graduate Education

Fri, Apr 8 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm,  
Sheraton / Grand Ballroom A

 
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