Presentations at 2014 AERA Meeting

        2014 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting
                                Thursday, April 3 - Monday, April 7
                                                Philadelphia, PA
 

Thursday, April 3

 

Ruirui Sun [EAPS]

Does the Timing of Undergraduate Degree Attainment Make a Difference in Midlife Earnings?

Division J – Postsecondary Education/Section 5: Policy, Finance, and Economics

2:15 to 3:45pm

Convention Center, 400 Level, Terrace IV

 

 

 Friday, April 4

 

Angela Michelle Wiseman, Kelly Wissman [RDG]
"I Don't Really Tell Adults": Children's Responses to Picture Books About Bullying

SIG - Literature

8:15 to 9:45am

Marriott, Fourth Level, 410

 

Hal A. Lawson [EAPS]

A Research and Development Framework for Interprofessional Team Collaboration

SIG – Education, Health and Human Services Linkages

8:15 to 9:45am

Convention Center, 400 Level, Terrace IV

 

Meghan Deyoe [ECP], Dianna L. Newman [ECP], Jessica M. Lamendola [ECP], Kathy A. Gullie [ECP]

On-Site Counseling: Reaching At-Risk Students, “Just in Time”

Division E – Counseling and Human Development/Section 1: Counseling

12:25 to 1:55pm

Convention Center, 400 Level, Terrace IV

 

Peter Shea [ETAP]

Online Learning Research and Innovation

Symposium Discussant

SIG – Online Teaching and Learning

12:25 to 1:55pm

Marriott, Fifth Level, Grand Ballroom G

 

Kristen C. Wilcox [ETAP]

Innovations to Increase Native American Graduation Rates: A Case Study

SIG – Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

2:15 to 3:45pm

Convention Center, 400 Level, Terrace IV

 

Ibram Kendi [CAS]

Black Students and Black Studies: A Founding History, 1966-1970

Invited Poster Session

4:05 to 6:05pm

Convention Center, 400 Level, Terrace II

 

Robert Bangert-Drowns [ETAP]

Literacy, Reading, and New Media

Session Chair

Division C – Learning and Instruction/Section 3b: Technology-Based Environments

4:05 to 5:35pm

Marriott, Fourth Level, 413

 

 

Saturday, April 5

 

Fei Chen [ECP], Sigmund Tobias [ECP]

Cognitive Processes in Adapting to Unexpected Changes: The Role of Metacognitive Monitoring

Division C - Learning and Instruction/Section 2a: Cognitive and Motivational Processes

8:15 to 9:45am

Convention Center, 200 Level, Hall E

 

Shufen Wang [ECP], Lynn M. Gelzheiser [ECP], Frank Vellutino [ECP], Donna M. Scanlon [RDG]

Effects of the Interactive Strategies Approach—Extended (ISA-X) in Intermediate-Grade Struggling Readers With Limited Reading Accuracy

SIG – Research in Reading and Literacy

8:15 to 9:45am

Convention Center, 200 Level, Hall E

 

Janet I. Angelis, Kristen C. Wilcox [ETAP], Linda L. Baker, Stephanie Conklin [ETAP]

Beyond Personalization: Contrasting Approaches to Policy Changes in Two Rural Schools

SIG – Rural Education

8:15 to 9:45am

Convention Center, 200 Level, Hall E

 

Joanna Dreby [CAS]

Children in Transnational Families: The Education Implications

AERA Presidential Session

10:35am to 12:05pm

Convention Center, 200 Level, 201C

 

Hal A. Lawson [EAPS]

Third-Generation Partnerships for P-16 Pipelines and Cradle-Through-Career Education Systems

SIG – School/University Collaborative Research

2:45 to 4:15pm

Convention Center, 100 Level, 125

 

 

Sunday, April 6

 

Peter H. Johnston [RDG], Gay Ivey
Social Dimensions of Adolescents' Engagement with Narrative Texts
SIG – Language and Social Processes
8:15 to 10:15am
Convention Center, 100 Level, 109B

Francine Wizner [ETAP], Alandeom W. Oliveira [ETAP]

Assessing Learning Through Scientific Humor: The Views and Practices of a College Biology Instructor

SIG – Science Teaching and Learning

8:15 to 10:15am

Marriott, Fifth Level, Grand Ballroom H

 

Jianwei Zhang [ETAP], Mei-Hwa Chen [CCI], Dan Tao [ETAP], Sarah Naqvi Naqvi, Ben Peebles

Using Idea Thread Mapper to Support Collaborative Reflection for Sustained Knowledge Building

Division C – Learning and Instruction/Section 3b: Technology-Based Environments

8:15 to 9:45am

Convention Center, 200 Level, Hall E

 

Jianwei Zhang [ETAP], Jiyeon Lee [ETAP], Jingping Chen [ETAP]

Deepening Inquiry About Human Body Systems Through Computer-Supported Metadiscourse

Division C – Learning and Instruction/Section 3b: Technology-Based Environments

10:35am to 12:05pm

Marriott, Fourth Level, 414

 

Joette Stefl-Mabry [CCI], William E. J. Doane

Teaching to Assess: Lessons Learned When Faculty and Preservice Educators Learn to Assess and Assess to Learn

Division H – Research, Evaluation and Assessment in Schools/Section 3: Assessment in the Schools

12:25 to 1:55pm

Convention Center, 400 Level, Terrace IV

 

Heidi L. Andrade [ECP], Susan M. Brookhart

Toward a Theory of Classroom Assessment as the Regulation of Learning

SIG – Classroom Assessment

12:25 to 1:55pm

Convention Center, 100 Level, 118B

 

Heidi Andrade [ECP]

Toward a Theory of Classroom Assessment as the Regulation of Learning

Symposium Chair

SIG – Classroom Assessment

12:25 to 1:55pm

Convention Center, 100 Level, 118B

 

Sigmund Tobias [ECP]

How Can Computer Games Change Text Comprehension and Learning?

Symposium Discussant

SIG – Instructional Technology

12:25 to 1:55pm

Marriott, Fifth Level, Grand Ballroom G

 

Judith A. Langer [ETAP]

Researching the Promise and the Challenges of Teaching and Learning Argumentation Across the Disciplines

Symposium Discussant

Division C – Learning and Instruction/Section 1a: Literacy

4:05 to 5:35pm

Marriott, Fourth Level, 414

 

Peter H. Johnston [RDG]

Reading as Possibility: Constructing a New Theoretical and Empirical Foundation for Equity and Imagination in Reading Education

Invited Session Discussant

SIG – Writing and Literacies

4:05 to 5:35pm

Convention Center, 100 Level, 119B

 

 

Monday, April 7

 

Heidi L. Andrade [ECP], Fei Chen [ECP], Angela M. Lui [ECP], Hirah Mir [ECP], Christopher Valle [ECP]

An Empirical Investigation of Criteria-Referenced Formative Assessment in the Arts

SIG – Classroom Assessment

10:35am to 12:05pm

Convention Center, 100 Level, 102A

 

Gay Ivey, Peter H. Johnston [RDG]

A Quasi-Experimental Study of Engaged Reading in Engagement-Focused Versus Traditional English Classrooms

Division C – Learning and Instruction/Section 1a: Literacy

10:35am to 12:05pm

Convention Center, 100 Level, 115C

 

Shuyi Guan [ECP]

The Cognitive and Emotional Effects of Learning Chinese by Playing the Online Game Zon

SIG – Computer and Internet Applications in Education

12:25 to 1:55pm

Convention Center, 400 Level, Terrace III

 

Peter Shea [ETAP], Temi Bidjerano

Community College Degree Attainment: Does Traditional Internet-Based Distance Education Help?

SIG – Online Teaching and Learning

12:25 to 1:55pm
Convention Center, 100 Level, 112A