Join EDC at AERA 2013

Date: 
05/01/2013
San Francisco, CA

Explore the findings of 28 EDC researchers at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Our researchers will present on a range of topics, including strategies to promote P–12 STEM learning and STEM college and career success; lessons learned from our partnership in the National Center on Scaling Up Effective Schools; efforts to enhance mathematics learning and achievement; and technology-infused professional development. Learn more about our Research and Evaluation work.

SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2013
12:00–1:30 Nancy Clark-Chiarelli, Jess Gropen, Cynthia Hoisington, Janna Fuccillo, Julie Hirschler Presentation: "Creating a Climate for Academically Productive Talk for At-Risk Children" Paper Session: Looking in the Classroom: Different Sources That Influence Teacher Practices
SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 2013
8:15–10:15 Caroline Parker, Christina Bonney, Michelle Schamberg, Cathlyn Stylinski (Univ. of Maryland), Carla McAuliffe (TERC) Presentation: "Authenticity in STEM Learning: A Framework for Technology Integration in the Classroom" Paper Session: Professional Learning and Technology
10:35–12:05 John Creswell (Univ. of Nebraska), Kristen Reed, Jessica Young Presentation: "A Multilevel Mixed-Methods Study of the Implementation of Mathematics Instructional Materials" Paper Session: Mixed Methods, Teaching, and Behavior
10:35–12:05 Daniel Light
Presentation: "Transforming Classroom Learning in India: A Technology-Infused Professional Development Case Study" Symposium: Transforming Teacher Education to Improve Learning for All Students
10:35–12:05 Kim Kastens, with former Columbia Unversity colleagues Ann E. Rivet, Alison Riley Miller, Cheryl Ann Lyons, Mariana Schmalstig Poster: "Assessing Science Reasoning Processes Across Topics: Challenges and Opportunities" Poster Session: Science Reasoning and Understanding
12:25–1:55 Youn Joo Oh, Yueming Jia, Frank LaBanca (Western Conn. State Univ.), Mhora Llorentson (Education Conn.), Bernadette Sibuma, Brian Sembor Presentation: "Development of a College-Going Expectancy Scale in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)" Roundtable: Research Across Multiple Topics in Career and Technical Education
2:15–3:45 Cheryl King, Eliza Fabillar, Tom Haferd, Maria-Paz Avery Presentation: "Designing for Scale-Up: A Framework for Building System Capacity" Symposium: Effective High Schools: Insights from the National Center on Scaling Up Effective Schools
2:15–3:45 Lynn Goldsmith, Craig Hoyle, Ellen Winner (Boston College), Lois Hetland (Harvard Univ.) Presentation: "Can Intensive Visual Arts Study Lead to Improvements in Geometric Reasoning?" Roundtable: Studies in Geometry
MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2013
2:45-4:15 Lois Joy, Lisa Marco-Bujosa Presentation: "Community College Pathways to STEM Education for Women: A Challenge to Gender Stereotypes?" Paper Session: Women, STEM, and Gender Matters
2:45-4:15 Youn Joo Oh, Chih-Yuan Sun (National Chiao Tung Univ.), Matthew Jung (Loyola Marymount), Helena Seli (Univ. of Southern California) Presentation: "Learning Behaviour and Motivation of At-Risk College Freshmen in a Self-Regulatory Learning Class" Paper Session: Improving the Success of Students at Risk and in Transition
TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013
8:00–10:00 Kim Kastens with former Columbia University colleagues Cheryl Ann Lyons, Ann E. Rivet, Alison Riley Miller Presentation: "Variations in Earth Science Students' Strategies While Problem-Solving Using Spatial Representations" Paper Session: Teaching and Learning Practices
10:20–11:50 Kim Kastens and former Columbia Unversity colleagues Ann E. Rivet, Mariana Schmalstig, Cheryl Ann Lyons, Alison Riley Miller Presentation: "Developing a Composite Spatial Abilities Measure for Use in Science Education Research" Paper Session: Diverse Methodologies in Science Education
10:20–11:50 Alyssa Na'Im Chair Symposium: Working Toward STEM and Social Justice in Technologically Rich Settings
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 2013
8:15–10:15 Peggy Clements Panelist Invited Panel: The Continuing Evolution of Cognition and Assessment in K–12: A Retrospective and a Look Ahead
12:25–1:55 Julie Kochanek Chair Paper Session: Trust and Transformation in Schools: Leading the Way
2:15–3:45 Deborah Schifter
Discussant Symposium: The Complexity of Mathematics Leaders Learning to Facilitate Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching