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IERI Research Highlights at AERA 2004

Research undertaken as part of the IERI program is featured in a number of AERA sessions, including three Presidential Invited Sessions:

The following schedule contains details of these and other sessions in which our IERI colleagues spoke about their work.


MONDAY, 12 APRIL 2004

8:05 – 9:35 am

    Joining Cognition and Assessment, Division D, Section 1 – Educational Measurement, Psychometrics, and Assessment, paper session.

      The Measurement of Reading Comprehension Components and Their Differential Relations to Cognitive Strategies, Marcia H. Davis, John T. Guthrie, Ana M. Taboada.

Noon – 2:00 pm

    Scaling Up School Reform, Division L – Educational Policy and Politics, paper session. Hyatt – Emma C, Third Level.

      Scaling Up of Instructional Interventions with Diverse Elementary Students. Okhee Lee and Aurolyn Luykx.

      The Practice and Challenge of Scale-Up Research in Middle School Science: Theory, Model, and Practice. Sharon J. Lynch, Michael Szesze, Curtis L. Pyke, and Joel Kuipers.

2:15 – 2:55 pm

    Roundtable 32, AERA paper session. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom E, Second Level.

      Roundtables on Educational Technology

        Lightweight Tools for Working with Digital Video: Using SMIL to Automate Research Tasks. Sujai Kumar and Christopher A. Correa.

4:05 – 4:45 pm

    Roundtable 3, AERA paper session. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom D, Second Level.

      Self-Regulated Learning and Monitoring

        The Association of Student-Questioning with Reading Comprehension, Ana M. Taboada.

4:55 – 5:35 pm

    Roundtable 50, AERA paper session. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom D, Second Level.

      Curriculum Issues in the Classroom (AERA)

        When Numbers Get in the Way of Student Understanding in Science: An Ethnographic Case Study. Carol L. O'Donnell, Sharon J. Lynch, and Joel Kuipers.
    Roundtable 51, AERA paper session. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom E, Second Level.

      Issues of Curriculum Design and Implementation

        Using the Project 2061 Curriculum Analysis to Rate Two Middle School Science Curriculum Units. Rob J. Ochsendorf, Sharon J. Lynch, and Curtis L. Pyke.


TUESDAY, 13 APRIL 2004

12:25 – 1:55 pm

4:05 – 4:45 pm

    Roundtable 41, AERA paper session. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom E, Second Level.

      Issues in Teacher Education and the Humanities (AERA)

        Pulling It All Together: Teacher Professional Development in the Read-Write Cycle. Willayne T. Martinez, Eva Ritter, Roxanne Greitz Miller, and Robert Calfee.

4:05 – 5:35 pm

4:05 – 6:05 pm

    Structured Poster Session 7, AERA paper session. Marriott – Atlanta-Chicago, North Tower, Lobby Level.

      Toward A Pre-service Teacher Educational Model Using On-Line Cases: Findings from the CTELL Literacy Project.

        Charles K. Kinzer
        Donald J. Leu
        Linda Labbo
        William H. Teale


WEDNESDAY, 14 APRIL 2004

8:05 – 10:15 am

    Making Lesson Structure Visible: Alternative Analysis Techniques Applied to a Large International Mathematics Data Set, Division C, Section 3, Mathematics, interactive symposium. Marriott – Point Lorna, South Tower, First Level.

      Out of Order: Extracting Patterns from Sequences of Lesson Codes. Sujai Kumar and Christopher A. Correa.

      Let HOMALS Show You the Story. Xiaobin Zhou.

      Charting the Course: Navigating Lesson Data Through Visual Representations. Christopher A. Correa and Sujai Kumar.

    Multicultural Curriculum in Context, Division G, Section 2, Multicultural Contexts of Education Within and Across Subject Areas, paper session. Marriott – Oceanside, South Tower, First Level.

      Lesson Purpose in Its Social and Cultural Context: Video Ethnographic Evidence on the Functioning of a Highly Rated Curriculum Unit in Diverse Middle School Science Classrooms. Joel Kuipers.

10:35 am – 12:05 pm

12:25 – 1:55 pm

    Building Capacity to Conduct and Utilize High Quality Research: Lessons from and for Education Research, Presidential Invited Session, symposium, Hyatt – Manchester Ballroom F, Second Level.

      Building Capacity: A View From the Field. Sarah-Kay McDonald and Amy Thoreson.


      Transcending Organizational Boundaries in Education Research: Potential and Implications. Zack Kertcher and Barbara L. Schneider.


      Interpreting Research on Scale-Up. Larry V. Hedges, Daniel Aron Menchik and Barbara L. Schneider.

    Multiple Perspectives on Reading Comprehension, Division C, Section 1, Literacy and Language Arts, paper session. Marriott – Newport Beach, South Tower, Fourth Level.

      Understanding the Fourth-Grade Slump: Comprehension Difficulties as a Function of Reader Aptitudes and Text Genre. Rachel M. Best, Randy G. Floyd, and Danielle S. McNamara.

    Poster Fair 3, AERA paper session. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom G, Second Level.

      Motivation in Education Poster Session

        Classroom Contexts that Influence Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation and Amount of Reading, Stephen Tonks, Kathleen C. Perencevich, Allan L. Wigfield, John T. Guthrie.

    Reading, Writing and Literacy Within Linguistically Diverse Contexts, Division G, Section 3, Social Context of Multiple Languages and Literacies, paper session. Marriott – Mission Hills, South Tower, Third Level.

      Reading and Writing About Science with Second Language Learners. Willayne T. Martinez, Xiomara Reyes, and Eva Ritter.

    Video-Based Analysis of Practice for Teacher Learning in Mathematics, Division K, Section 1, symposium. Hyatt – Manchester Ballroom C, Second Level.

      To Watch, Perchance to Learn: Pitfalls in Learning from Classroom Video and Some Solutions. Kevin F. Miller, Linda Sims, and Michelle Perry.


THURSDAY, 15 APRIL 2004

8:05 – 10:15 am

    Designing Multilevel Studies of Educational Interventions: The Importance of Computing Statistical Power, Division D, Section 2, Quantitative Methods and Statistical Theory, symposium. Hyatt – Manchester Ballroom C, Second Level.

      Designs for Multilevel Studies for Assessing Intervention Effects and the Variation of Effects Across Contexts. Larry V. Hedges.

      The Variance Structure of Academic Achievement in America. Eric C. Hedberg.

      Case Studies of Multilevel Design of Studies for Scaling Up. Colm O'Muircheartaigh.

    Poster Fair 5, AERA paper session. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom G, Second Level.

      Studies on How Instructional Technology Impacts Education

        Reading Strategy Training: Automated Versus Live. Danielle S. McNamara, Grant P. Sinclair, and Tenaha P. O'Reilly.

    Supporting Middle School Teachers as They Assist Students in Making the Transition from Arithmetic to Algebraic Reasoning, Division C, Section 3, Mathematics, symposium. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom B, Second Level.

      Developmental Differences in Representational Fluency: Evidence for Relational and Instance-Based Methods for Reasoning About Patterns. Haggai Kupermintz.

      Teachers' Knowledge and Beliefs About Students' Development of Algebraic Reasoning. Kenneth R. Koedinger.

      Connecting Teachers' Views of Their Own Learning of Mathematics with That of Their Students. Eric Eiteljorg.

      Developing Teachers' Attention to Students' Algebraic Thinking. Ana C. Stephens.

      STELLR Teacher Professional Development: Design and Research. Donald W. Wortham, Sharon Derry, Margaret J. Wilsman, and David K. Woods.

      Students' Initial and Developing Conceptions of Variable. Nicole M. McNeil, Eric J. Knuth, and Martha W. Alibali.

      Developing Teachers' Attention to Students' Algebraic Thinking. Laura J. Grandau and Pamela S. Asquith.

      Online Teacher Professional Development in the STELLAR System: Design and Research. David K. Woods.

      Connecting Teachers' Views of their Own Learning of Mathematics with that of their Students: A Program for Teacher Professional Development. Mary E. Pittman, Jeffrey A. Frykholm, and Hilda Borko.

      Teachers' Knowledge and Beliefs about Students' Development of Algebraic Reasoning. Mitchell J. Nathan.

10:35 am – 12:05 pm

    Curriculum, Assessment and School Reform in Mathematics Education, Division C, Section 3, Mathematics, paper session. Hyatt – Regency Ballroom E, Fourth Level.

      Curriculum Research: Toward a Framework for 'Research-Based Curricula'. Douglas H. Clements and Julie Sarama.

    Looking in Classrooms: Again, Presidential Invited Session (jointly sponsored with Division C – Learning and Instruction), symposium. Hyatt – Manchester Ballroom B, Second Level.

      Looking in Classrooms: A Retrospective. Jere Brophy.

      Reading to Learn Studies. Richard L. Allington.

      Connections Project: Teaching for Meaning. Stephanie L. Knight.

      High Quality Teaching Study. Linda R. Valli.

      Robert G. Croninger
      Marilyn J. Chambliss
      Anna O. Graeber
      Jeremy N. Price
      Gary J. Natriello

2:15 – 2:55 pm

    Roundtable 56, AERA paper session. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom E, Second Level.

      Expert Eyes for Classroom Processes: An Eye-Tracking Study of Viewers' Processing of Multi-viewpoint Classroom Video. Di Wu and Kevin F. Miller.

4:05 – 4:45 pm

    Roundtable 55, AERA paper session. Hyatt – Elizabeth Ballroom E, Second Level.

      Promoting Learning of Science

        Promoting Active Reading Strategies to Improve Undergraduate Students' Comprehension of Science. Danielle S. McNamara.

4:05 – 5:35 pm

    Questioning Programs and Practices in Early Reading, Division C, Section 1, Literacy and Language Arts, paper session. Marriott – Balboa, South Tower, Third Level.

      Effects of Integrated Media Support in Reading Instruction for Young Children. Bette Chambers, Robert E. Slavin.

4:05 – 6:05 pm


FRIDAY, 16 APRIL 2004

8:05 – 10:15 am

10:35 am – 12:05 pm

    Academic Literacies in Secondary Classrooms, Division C, Section 1, Literacy and Language Arts, paper session. Marriott – Newport Beach, South Tower, Fourth Level.

      The Reading and Writing About Science Project: Successful Integration of Reading, Writing, and Content Using the Read-Write Cycle. Robert Calfee and Roxanne Greitz Miller.

12:25 – 1:55 pm

    One Project's Tale: Problems Inherent in Studying Teaching, Division K – Section 4, interactive symposium. Marriott – Leucadia, South Tower, First Level.

      Linda R. Valli
      Robert G. Croninger
      Marilyn J. Chambliss
      Anna O. Graeber
      Jeremy N. Price
      Patricia A. Alexander
      John C. Larson
      Clare E. Von Secker
      Carol J. Schatz
      Michael S. Knapp

    Pedagogical Agent Design and Applications, Division C, Section 5, Learning Environments, paper session. Hyatt – Ford C, Third Level.

      iSTART: Interactive Strategy Training for Active Reading and Thinking. Danielle S. McNamara, Irwin Levinstein, Stacey Todaro, Joe Magliano, and Tenaha P. O'Reilly.

    Task Templates for Assessing Scientific Inquiry, Division D, Section 1, Educational Measurement, Psychometrics, and Assessment, symposium. Marriott – Del Mark, South Tower, Third Level.

      Overview of the Principled Assessment Designs for Inquiry (PADI) Project. Robert J. Mislevy and Geneva D. Haertel.

      Examples of Task Templates from Two Inquiry Curricula: BioKIDS. Nancy B. Songer.

      Next Steps: PADI Assessment Design System. Robert J. Mislevy.

 
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