School of Education
October 2016 achievements
Please join the School of Education in congratulating its faculty, students, and SOE colleagues in affiliated centers on their achievements over October 2016.
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School of Education shares October 2016 achievements
George Bear along with co-authors has published several articles:
- Huang, X., Zhang, D., Bear, G., Shiomi, K., & Zhang, F. (2016). “Relations of adolescents’ perceived marital conflict to Shame: The mediating role of basic psychological needs.” Japanese Journal of Clinical Educational Psychology, 32, 37-49.
- Xie, J., Lu, X., Yang, C., Bear, G., G., & Ling, Y. (2016).” A comparative study of bullying victimization in Chinese and American Adolescents.” Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology (In Chinese), 24, 706-710.
- Bear, G.G., Holst, B., Lisboa, C., Chen, D., Yang, C., & Chen, F.F. (2016).” A Brazilian Portuguese survey of school climate: Evidence of validity and reliability. “International Journal of School and Educational Psychology. 4, 165-178.
- Bear, G.G., Chen, D.D., Mantz, L., Yang, C., Huang, X., & Shiomi, K. (2016). “Differences in classroom removals and use of praise and rewards in American, Chinese, and Japanese schools.” Teaching and Teacher Education, 53, 41-50.
PhD in Education student Andrea Drewes along with co-authors published a book chapter. The citation of her publication follows:
- Brickhouse, N., McGinnis, J.R., Shea, N., Drewes, A., Hestness, E., and Breslyn, W., (2016). “Core Idea ESS3: Earth and Human Activity” In R.G. Duncan, J. Krajcik, A.E. Rivet (Eds.), Disciplinary Core Ideas: Reshaping Teaching and Learning (pp.225-240). Arlington, VA: NSTA Press.
Laura Eisenman with co-authors Stephanie Kerschbaum from Department of English and James Jones from Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences will publish an edited collection titled “Negotiating Disability: Disclosure in Higher Education” (University of Michigan Press) in Fall 2017.
Roberta Golinkoff along with co-authors is expecting the publication of the following book chapter and article:
- Golinkoff, R. M., Soderstrom, M., Deniz Can, D., & Hirsh-Pasek, K. (In press). “Visual preference methods.” In A. M. B. deGroot & P. Hagoort (Eds.), Research methods in psycholinguistics: a practical guide. NY: Wiley Blackwell.
- Levine, D., Hirsh-Pasek, K., Pace, A., & Golinkoff, R. M. (In press).”A goal bias in action: The boundaries adults perceive in events align with sites of actor intent.” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.
Kathy Hirsch-Pasek and Roberta Golinkoff published a blog post titled “Poor Kids Learn Like Rich Kids and All the Kids in Between” in Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Roberta Golinkoff in collaboration with colleagues from Smith College, Temple University, and Laureate Learning Systems developed a language assessment program for children called Quick Interactive Language Screener (QUILS™) that measures children’s skills in vocabulary, syntax, and language processing. The screener will be available in 2017. Learn more about QUILS.
R. Chaffee, A. L. Luehmann and post-doctoral researcher Joseph Henderson published the article “Reflexivity is kicking our asses”: Tensions in foregrounding photographs in a multimodal ethnographic analysis of participation” in Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 47: 421–443.
Jessica Rodrigues with Nancy Dyson, Nicole Hansen and Nancy Jordan is expecting the publication of the article “Preparing for algebra by building fraction sense. Teaching Exceptional Children” in Teaching Exceptional Children.
Ai Ye, Nicole Hansen, Ilyse Resnick, Jessica Rodrigues, Luke Rinne along with Nancy Jordan published the article “Pathways to fraction learning: Numerical abilities mediate the relation between early cognitive competencies and later fraction knowledge” in Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 152, 242-263.
Gary Allison delivered a well-attended presentation on “Behavior change and support with severe and profound disabilities” at the Deaf/Blind Association of Delaware in Rehobeth Beach, DE on October 7 .
Professor Emeritus Jan Blits presented on “Deadly virtue: Shakespeare’s Macbeth,” at the Political Theory Institute Lecture Series at American University in Washington, D.C. on October 4.
Brian Freedman and Laura Eisenman presented on “Focus on friendship: A strengths-based, socio-ecological perspective on practices for youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities”. The presentation is based on a forthcoming book chapter developed with SOE doctoral student Marisa Kofke in M.Wehmeyer, K.Shogren, & N.Singh. (Eds.), Handbook of Positive Psychology in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Translating Research into Practice.
Roberta Golinkoff presented at two colloquiums organized by the Department of Psychology at Purdue University, IN and Department of Psychology at College of New Jersey, NJ.
Roberta Golinkoff with Kathy Hirsh-Pasek gave a keynote presentation on “Putting the education back in “educational” apps” at the Society for Research in Child Development special topic meeting on Technology and Media in Children’s Development on October 27.
Roberta Golinkoff was interviewed by Martha Ross and featured in a blog post titled “How to talk to kids about the nasty 2016 election” in The Bay Area News on October 11.
Roberta Golinkoff was interviewed about her book “Becoming Brilliant” by Jen Lumanlan on “Your Parenting Mojo” podcast on October 31. The full interview is now available on iTunes.