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School of Education

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

April 15, 2018

7:00 – 9:00 pm

Bowery Room

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

811 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019

Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and conversation with our UD community. Learn about new initiatives in our college, including:

  • Research to improve educational outcomes for students in our communities
  • New study abroad programs and our efforts to teach our undergraduates to be global citizens
  • Our revised PhD and EdD doctoral programs
  • Our new online master’s programs in Teacher LeadershipLiteracy, and Exceptional Children and Youth
 For more information about this event, please email Jessica Henderson.

AERA 2018 Participants

Douglas A. Archbald Changing Student Assignment Policies and Race/Class Segregation Trends: A Longitudinal Analysis, Wilmington/New Castle County, Delaware
Thomas Akiva (Pittsburgh), Roderick L. Carey “And School Won’t Teach Me That!” Urban Youth Organizing Programs as Transformative Learning Sites
Ann M. Aviles and Jessica Heybach (Aurora) Homeless Education Policy, (C)Overt Forms of Racial Injustice, and the Slow Violence of Neoliberal Rationality
Christina Barbieri, Nancy C. Jordan, Julie L. Booth (Temple) Using learning principles to address fraction misconceptions
Andrea Lynne Beerwinkle (Texas A&M), Kausalai K. Wijekumar (Texas A&M), Sharon Walpole, Rachael M. Agius (Malta) An Analysis of the Ecological Components Within a Text Structure Intervention
Nicholas Steven Bell, Elizabeth Gayle Soslau Preparing Equity-Focused Preservice Teachers: Exploring Outcomes of the Student Teaching Equity Project
Jinfa Cai Journal for Research in Mathematics Education
Roderick L. Carey Exploring the College-Going Dilemmas of Black and Latino Adolescent Boys From Urban School Communities
Roderick L. Carey Missing Misters: Understanding the Pedagogy, Positionality, and Purpose of Male Teachers of Color
Roderick L. Carey Seeking Resistance and Rupture in “the Wake”: Ripples of Hope in the Futures of Black Boys
Debra J. Coffey (Chair) Identity Exploration Through Critical Moments of Pedagogical Interaction in the Content Area
Debra J. Coffey (Chair) Preservice Teachers’ Understandings and Practice in Formative Assessment and Grading
Debra J. Coffey (Chair) Research Into Higher Education: Enrollment, Course Taking, and Dropping Out
Debra J. Coffey (Discussant) Changing Preservice Teachers’ Perspectives of Diverse Learners
Erica R. Davila (Lewis University), Richard D. Benson (Spelman College), Ann M. Aviles City of Wind, City of Fire: Youth Activism and Curricular Formations in Chicago 1966–1977
Rebecca Dore Education in the App Store: Learning Vocabulary From Digital Games During Early Childhood
Andrea Drewes, Elizabeth Soslau, Kathryn Scantlebury Improving Co-Teaching Through Perspective Gathering: Using Survey Methods to Unearth Co-Teachers’ Intersubjectivity
Elizabeth Farley-Ripple, Katherine Tilley, Layne Humphrey, Dreisen Heath What Is School Improvement Actually About? An Exploration of Problems, Decisions, and Opportunities for Research Use
Elizabeth N. Farley-Ripple, Daniel A. Laitsch (Simon Fraser), Penelope M. Earley (George Mason) The International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership
Elizabeth N. Farley-Ripple, Joseph C Tise (Pennsylvania State), Karen Seashore Louis (Minnesota) In the Middle: Exploring the Challenges of Research Brokers in Education
Jill Ewing Flynn, Rosalie Rolon-Dow Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening: Using a Racial Literacy Framework in Teacher Education Courses
Gregory R. Hancock (Maryland), Yi Feng (Maryland), Jeff R. Harring (Maryland), Hemant Kher Latent Growth Models With Fixed Floors and Ceilings
Brenna Hassinger-Das (Pace), Jennifer M Zosh (Pennsylvania State), Rebecca Dore, Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek (Temple) Taming Technology: Evidence-Based Principles for App and e-Book Use
Joseph A. Henderson (Paul Smith’s College), Amy E. Trauth, Andrea Drewes, Nathan Thayer The Political Geography of Climate Change Science Standards Enactment
Angela Ingram (Oregon), Marisa Kofke, Lauren Lindstrom (UC Davis) Girls Only: Agentic Assemblage in Posthuman Feminism
Marisa Kofke and Dana Morrison Simone Including Inclusion in Teacher Education: A Collaborative Self-Study
Haruka Konishi, Lori Skibbe (Michigan State), Ryan P. Bowles (Virginia) Preschool Children’s Self-Regulatory Behaviors During a Language Task Mediate the Relationship Between Self-Regulation and Language
Erica Litke and Heather C. Hill (Harvard) Exploring the Central Tendencies of Teaching Data and Statistics in the Elementary Mathematics Classroom
Henry May, Horatio Blackman, Rui Wang, Sara Benice Grajeda, Katherine Tilley, Elizabeth Farley-Ripple Decision Making in Schools: The Influence of External Research, Local Data, Personal Experience, and Other Evidence
Dana Miller-Cotto (Pittsburgh), Christina Barbieri, Julie L. Booth (Temple) Examining the Impact of Signaling Cues and Self-Explanations on Algebraic Knowledge and Learning
Chrystalla Mouza (Chair) Versatile Teaching Methods and Interventions that Enhance Science Learning
Chrystalla Mouza, Hui Yang, Yi Cheng-Pan, Soumita Basu Redesigning Educational Technology Coursework for Preservice Teachers: A Focus on Computational Thinking
Chrystalla Mouza, Natalie B. Milman (George Washington), Ellen B. Meier (Columbia), Nicole Mirra (Rutgers) Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education
Ratna Nandakumar, Prathiba Netesan (North Texas), Jayme M. Palka  (North Texas), Pragya Shrestha Comparing Bayesian Unknown Change-Point Model and Simulation Modeling Analysis of Single-Case Experimental Designs
Ratna Nandakumar, Prathiba Netesan (North Texas), Pragya Shrestha Illustrating How the Bayesian Unknown Change-Point Model Supplements Visual Analysis for Single Case Designs
Amy Rene Ricketts Analyzing the Generative Nature of Science Teachers’ Professional Development Discourse
Rosalie Rolon-Dow (Chair) The Racial Literacy Framework: Cultivating Racial Understanding and Teacher Education for Racial Justice
Rosalie Rolon-Dow, April Davison Stories of Hope and Possibility: Racial Microaffirmations and Critical Race Theory in Higher Education
Kathryn Scantlebury Unentangling “Material Moments” in Learning Science
Kathryn Scantlebury, Carol A. Taylor (Sheffield Hallam), Susanne Marie Gannon (Western Sydney), Jayne Osgood (Middlesex) Gender and Education
Jacob Schatz (Temple), Jessica Lawson (Vanderbilt), Emily Josephine Hopkins (Temple), Molly Scott (Temple), Molly F. Collins (Vanderbilt), Rebecca Dore, Marcia Shirilla, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek (Temple), David K. Dickinson (Vanderbilt), Roberta Michnick Golinkoff Tuning In to Vocabulary: Learning New Words Through Music
Elizabeth Gayle Soslau, Nicholas Steven Bell Rethinking the Student Teaching Curriculum to Support the Development of Racial Literacy
Katherine Tilley (Chair) Use of Research Evidence in the Era of the Every Student Succeeds Act
Chanelle Wilson-Poe Race Matters: Cultivating Equity Literacy and Racial literacy Through Critical Inquiry With Preservice Teachers
Yanmiao Xie, Huijing Wen Why Did Former Teachers Quit Their Jobs and Decide to Pursue Doctoral Degree?
Hui Yang, Chrystalla Mouza, and Lori Pollock (Computer Science) Understanding Computational Thinking Outside the Classroom: Capturing Learning Vignettes in a Public Library Programming Club
Laura Zimmermann, Brian Verdine, Lindsey Foster, Maya Marzouk, Dunia Tonob, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek (Temple), Roberta Michnick Golinkoff All Shapes and Sizes: Promoting Early STEM Talk Is Easier Than You Think