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School of Education

Join us in Washington, D.C.

UD’s College of Education and Human Development and the School of Education will host a Washington D.C. reception for UD alumni, faculty, colleagues in other colleges of education, and leaders in the education community during the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2016 annual meeting.

We invite you to join us for hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and conversation at our Saturday evening reception. Enjoy conversation with our faculty and learn about new initiatives in our college, including:

Saturday, April 9, 2016

6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

The George Hotel (website)

Leaders Room

15 E Street NW, DC 20001 (directions)

There is no cost, but we encourage you to register by April 1. We look forward to reconnecting with you!

Travel information

The George is located on 15 E. Street Northwest, a ten-minute walk from Union Station and about a mile from the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, where many of the key sessions in AERA 2016 are located. The George is also conveniently located near Capitol Hill, the Verizon Center, and Nationals Park.

For more information about this event, please contact Ann Draper or Jessica Henderson.

AERA participants

Participant Title
Evaluation of Maryland and Delaware Climate Change Education, Assessment and Research (MADE CLEAR)
Learning to Teach Engineering Design by Being a Designer
and co-presenters
Division L Invited Session: Reconceptualizing How We Study and Support Research Use
and co-presenters
Shared Book-Reading in the Digital Age: Examining Differences in Traditional and Tablet Books
Advancing Reform: The Role of Relationships, Networks, and Partners in District Improvement
Combating the “Sophomore Slump”: Investigating the Contributions of On-Campus Living
Measuring and Supporting the Improvement of Common Core State Standards–Aligned Mathematics Teaching at Scale Symposium
Multiple Approaches to Cross-Cultural Mathematics Education Studies: Advancing Understanding of Teaching as a Cultural Activity
Using Cycles of Improvement to Increase the Effectiveness of Mathematics Teacher Preparation
Developmental Trajectory of Fraction Magnitude Estimation in Young Children
The Format and Features of Contemporary Algebra Instruction: An Exploratory Study
The Nature and Quality of Algebra Instruction in Five Urban Districts
Final-Year Results From the External Evaluation of the Reading Recovery Investing in Innovation Fund (i3) Scale-Up symposium
Results From the Reading Recovery Investing in Innovation Fund (i3) Scale-Up Regression Discontinuity Design
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Closed Editorial Board Meeting
Examining Middle School Students’ Thinking on Climate Change: An Earth History Perspective From a Maryland and Delaware Climate Change Education, Assessment and Research (MADE CLEAR) Classroom
Equitable Computer Science Teaching: Implementation and Outcomes From Middle School Students
Designing and Validating a Survey to Measure Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Among Preservice Teachers
Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning SIG Business Meeting
Technology in Math and Science paper session
Problematizing Co-Evaluation in Co-Teaching: Shifting Emphases and Restructuring Stakeholder Roles
Exploring Assessments That Measure and Support the Development of Adaptive Teaching Expertise: An Action Research Inquiry
Automated Essay Evaluation Software in English Language Arts Classrooms: Effects on Amount, Type, and Level of Feedback
Using Automated Feedback to Improve Writing Quality: Opportunities and Challenges                       

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