July 2016 achievements
Please join the School of Education in congratulating its faculty, students, and SOE colleagues in affiliated centers on their achievements over July 2016.
The School of Education monthly achievements is a regular feature of the news section of the SOE website. To submit achievements, please email Jessica Henderson by the last day of the month. Please consider sharing recent awards or grants, publications, presentations, and collaborations across campus or in schools.
School of Education shares July 2016 achievements
Rachel Karchmer-Klein received the 2016 Technology and Reading Research Award from the International Literacy Association’s Technology in Literacy Education – Special Interest Group (SIG) on July 11. Read more on the award in the article “Karchmer-Klein receives 2016 Technology in Reading Research Award.”
Roberta Golinkoff and co-authors have published the article, “Guided play: Principles and practices” in Current Directions in Psychological Science, 25, 177-182.
Roberta Golinkoff along with co-authors, is expecting the publication of several articles. The citations are as follow:
- Hassinger-Das, B., Toub, T. S., Hirsh-Pasek, K., & Golinkoff, R. M. (In press). A matter of principle: Applying language science to the classroom and beyond. Translational Issues in Psychological Science.
- Paterson, S., Parish-Morris, J., Hirsh-Pasek, K., & Golinkoff, R. M. (In press). Considering development in developmental disorders. Journal of Cognition and Development.
- Pace, A., Luo, R., Hirsh-Pasek, K., & Golinkoff, R. M. (In press). Identifying pathways between socioeconomic status and language development. Annual Review of Linguistics.
- Konishi, H., Pruden, S., Ranganathan, S., Golinkoff, M., R., & Hirsh-Pasek, K. (In press). Finding semantic components of dynamic events: Infants categorize manner and path of motion. Journal Experimental Child Psychology.
- Reed, J., Hirsh-Pasek, K., & Golinkoff, R. M. (In press) Learning on hold: Cell phones sidetrack parent-child interactions. Psychological Science.
Joseph Henderson with co-authors is awaiting the publication of his forthcoming article, “Climate change and the Canadian higher education system: An institutional policy analysis” in Canadian Journal of Higher Education. A draft version of the work is now available online.
Nancy Jordan with B. Rittle-Johnson has authored the publication “Synthesis of IES-funded research on mathematics: 2002–2013” (NCER 2016-2003) Washington, DC. National Center for Education Research, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education.
Roberta Golinkoff with co-authors has presented on “School readiness skills and academic and social trajectories in elementary school” at the National Research Conference on Early Childhood held in Washington, D.C.
Roberta Golinkoff presented at a colloquium organized by the Department of Psychology at Stanford University.
Nancy Jordan with Ilyse Resnick, Jessica Rodrigues, Nicole Hansen and Nancy Dyson presented an invited paper titled “The Delaware longitudinal study of fraction learning: Implications for students with mathematics difficulties” at the International Congress on Mathematical Education in Hamburg, Germany.
Charles MacArthur and School of Education alumna Zoi Philippakos presented a 2-hour workshop, “Supporting and developing strategic writers through genre instruction” at the International Literacy Association conference in Boston in July. This workshop explains how to support students as strategic writers through systematic instruction of genre.
Samanta Lopez, a doctoral student, was among the 10 members chosen across disciplines in UD to partake in the Statistical Teaching & Analytical Training (START) Program, a pilot workshop initiative organized at the University of Warsaw, Poland from July 1-10. All University of Warsaw students were teamed with University of Delaware students to collaborate and produce research project using the World Values Survey (WVS) data. By the end of the workshop, teams wrote a project brief and gave a short presentation.