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IERI at AERA 2006

The following schedule contains details of the 2006 AERA sessions that include presentations by our IERI colleagues.

Thursday
April 6
Friday
April 7
Saturday
April 8
Sunday
April 9
Monday
April 10
Tuesday
April 11

THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 2006

9:00am – 5:30pm

This special workshop may be of particular interest to members of the IERI community.

Designing and Validating Assessments for Research: A Practical Road Map from Conceptual Framework to Work Plan
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3022

    Geneva D. Haertel (Instructor)
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 2006 TOP ^ 

12:00 – 2:00pm

Sociological Perspecitves on Teaching and School Reform
Building/Room: Moscone Center North / Exhibit Level, Room 110

    Variations in Policy Adoption and Implementation Since No Child Left Behind: Case of Mathematics Education in Elementary School
      Kathryn M. Borman, Annie Georges, Reginald S. Lee

No Child Left Behind in 2004: Results from the National Longitudinal Study of NCLB and Study of State Implementation of NCLB
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, Room 2009

    Implementation of the Accountability Provisions of No Child Left Behind
      Kerstin A. Carlson Le Floch, Brian Stecher, James E. Taylor, Jennifer A. O?Day, Hiro Hikawa, Felipe Martinez, Hilary Darilek, Andrea Lynn Cook

3:05 – 3:45pm

Issues in the Local Contexts of Teaching and Learning Part I, Roundtable 10
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3006

    Competing Discourses in the Science Classroom: Argumentation and Social Status in Middle-School Science Lessons
      William Andrew Watson, Sharon J. Lynch, Joel Kuipers

4:05 – 6:05pm

Supporting Developmental Progress from Birth to 12 Years: Standards-Based Observational Assessments Informing Practice in California
Building/Room: Moscone Center West, 2nd Floor, Room 2014

    Douglas H. Clements (Discussant)

6:15 – 8:15pm

New Fruit from the STEM: New-Member Posters in Science, Mathematics, and Technology
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 1st Floor, Exhibit Hall

    Jeremy Roschelle (Discussant)
SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 2006 TOP ^ 

8:15 – 10:15am

Research in Reading and Literacy SIG Honor Session: Improving Students' Reading Comprehension in Grades 2-5
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Esplanade Ballroom, Section 300

    Effective Comprehension Assessment in Grades 2-5
      P. David Pearson

Integrating Self-Directed Learning and Intelligent Tutoring: A Research Agenda for Educational Reform
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, Room 2006

    Sharon Derry (Participant)
    Kenneth R. Koedinger (Participant)

Principled Assessment Designs for Inquiry (PADI): A Comprehensive Walk through the Online Assessment System
Building/Room: Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel / Rubens

    Overview of PADI Concepts and Components
      Robert J. Mislevy, Geneva D. Haertel
       
    FOSS Activity Station: An Illustration of How FOSS Designed and Implemented Assessments in PADI
      Kathy J. Long, Cathleen A. Kennedy, Mark R. Wilson, Ron C. Fried, Geneva D. Haertel, Robert F. Murphy
       
    BioKIDS Activity Station: An Illustration of How BioKIDS Designed and Implemented Assessments in PADI
      Nancy B. Songer, Amelia Wenk Gotwals, Robert J. Mislevy, Han Bao, Lawrence Harnel, Lawrence P. Gallagher, Britte Cheng

9:05 – 9:45am

Teacher Knowledge, Beliefs, and Issues in Teaching, Roundtable 22
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3006

    How Teacher Use of Mitigated Feedback Promotes Classroom Learning
      Mitchell J. Nathan, Suyeon Kim

10:35am – 12:05pm

Identifying Interventions that Improve Student Learning on a Large Scale: Scale Up in Principle and Scale Up in Practice
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3012

    Barbara Schneider (Chair)
    Principles for Scaling Up: Choosing, Measuring Effects, and Promoting the Widespread Use of Educational Innovation
      Eva L. Baker
       
    Scaling Up in Education as a Scientific Research Problem
      Larry V. Hedges
       
    Scaling Up Highly Rated Middle-Science Curriculum Units for Diverse Student Populations: Features That Affect Collaborative Research and Vice Versa
      Sharon J. Lynch
       
    Scaling Up Success for All
      Robert Slavin

Jim Kaput's Legacy and Impact on Mathematics Education, Learning Technology and Educational Reform
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, Room 2006

    Representational and Connectivity Infrastructure
      Jeremy Roschelle

12:25 – 1:55pm

New Perspectives on the Role of Concreteness in Cognitive Development and Early Education
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Mezzanine Level East, Room 222

    Douglas H. Clements (Discussant)

Promoting the Public Good through Investigations of Teaching: Challenges and Possibilities
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Mezzanine Level East, Room 236

    Studying High-Quality Teaching in a Highly Charged Policy Environment
      Linda R. Valli, Robert G. Croninger, Daria E. Buese
       
    Methodological Challenges in the Study of Teaching: Integrating Data Across Methods
      Robert G. Croninger, John C. Larson, Clare E. Von Secker, Masako Nishio, Pragati Avinash Godbole-Chaudhuri

The Problem-Solving Cycle: An Approach to Mathematics Professional Development
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Mezzanine Level West, Room 262

    The Problem-Solving Cycle: Professional Development to Support the Transition from Arithmetic to Algebraic Reasoning
      Jennifer Lynn Jacobs, Hilda Borko, Karen K. Clark
       
    The Role of Individual Teacher Goals in the Problem-Solving Cycle
      Karen K. Clark, Jennifer Lynn Jacobs
       
    The Development of Teachers' Knowledge of Algebra for Teaching
      Mary Pittman, Mary A. Nelson, Jeffrey A. Frykholm
       
    A Case Study of Teacher Change
      Hilda Borko, Eric Weiss Eiteljorg
       
    The Role of the Facilitator in Designing and Enacting the Problem-Solving Cycle
      Kimberly Bunning, Craig A. Schneider

Mathematics and Science Education, Poster 2
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 1st Floor, Exhibit Hall

    The Impact of a Middle-School Motion and Forces Curriculum Unit on Student Outcomes
      Rob J. Ochsendorf, Sharon J. Lynch, Curtis L. Pyke, William Andrew Watson
       
    Visual Representation in Science: A Case Study of an Exemplary First-Grade Teacher
      Nicole Wong, Kathleen E. Metz
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Evaluating Comprehensive School Reform in Schools, Districts, and States
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, Room 2003

    Success for All: Third-Year Results From the National Randomized Experiment
      Robert Slavin, Geoffrey D. Borman, Alan Cheung, Anne M. Chamberlain, Nancy Madden, Bette Chambers

Issues and Questions for High-School Small Learning Community Reforms
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, room 2004

    Using Small Learning Communities to Meet the Needs of Students Through Inclusion and Without Tracking
      James M. McPartland

1:15 – 1:55pm

Research in Mathematics Education Paper Discussion (Roundtables) #3
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3005

    Getting to Scale With Innovations That Deeply Restructure How Students Come to Know Mathematics
      Jeremy Roschelle, Deborah G. Tatar, James J. Kaput

2:15 – 3:45pm

Research on the Use of Games and Simulations in Education: What Are We Learning?
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3016

    Research on an Immersive Simulation Designed for “Neomillennial” Learning Styles
      Chris J. Dede

Technology Infusion in Beginning Reading Instruction: Three Randomized Experiments
Building/Room: Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel / Barcelona II

    Robert Slavin (Chair)
    Achievement Effects of Embedded Multimedia in a Success-for-All Reading Program
      Bette Chambers, Richard Gifford, Nancy Madden, Alan Cheung, Robert Slavin
       
    Computer-Assisted Tutoring in Success for All: Reading Outcomes
      Alan Cheung, Philip C. Abrami, Brad Tucker, Micha Theirrien, Bette Chambers, Nancy Madden, Richard Gifford, Robert Slavin
       
    Technology Infusion in Success for All: Reading Outcomes for Tutored and Nontutored First Graders
      Robert Slavin, Bette Chambers, Nancy Madden, Richard Gifford, Philip C. Abrami, Brad Tucker, Micha Theirrien, Alan Cheung
       
    Implementation Fidelity of Computer-Assisted Tutoring in Success for All
      Richard F. Schmid, Brad Tucker, Ane Jorgensen, Philip C. Abrami, Guy Lacroix, Iolie Nicolaidou, Better Chambers

3:05 – 3:45pm

Issues in Multiple Languages and Literacies, Roundtable 38
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3005

    A Video Ethnography of Talking and Writing About Motion and Forces in a Diverse Science Classroom
      Joel Kuipers

Science and Assessment, Roundtable 40
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3006

    Tools to Improve Formative Assessment
      David Niemi

4:05 – 5:35pm

Closing the Achievement Gap
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Mezzanine Level East, Room 206

    Experimental Evaluation of the Effects of Research-Based Preschool Mathematics Curricula
      Julie Sarama

Technology for Assessment: Innovation and Impact
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, Room 2003

    Multiuser Virtual Environments (MUVEs) as Research Tools to Assess Student Learning
      Jody E. Clarke, Chris J. Dede, Diane Jass Ketelhut, Brian C. Nelson, Catherine D. Bowman
       
    TBall: Technology-Based Assessment of Language and Literacy
      P. David Pearson, Abeer Alwan, Shri Narayanan, Elaine Andersen, Alison Bailey, Patti Price, Margaret Heritage, Eva L. Baker, Richard Muntz, Carlo Zaniolo, Christy Kim Boscardin, Barbara Ann Jones, Larry Casey, Kimberly Reynolds, Taho Michelle Duong, Maria Callahan, Markus Iseli, Hong You, Xiaodong Cui, Yijian Bai, Abe Kazemadeh, Joe Tepperman, Sungbok Yee, Jorge Silva
SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 2006 TOP ^ 

9:05 – 9:45am

Teaching and Assessment in Math, Roundtable 48
Building/Room: Moscone center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3005

    Measuring Middle-School Teachers’ Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Rate and Proportionality
      Nicole Shechtman, Jennifer Knudsen, Jeremy Roschelle, Geneva D. Haertel, Lawrence P. Gallagher, Kenneth Rafanan, Philip J. Vahey

10:35am – 12:05pm

How Technology Can Impact Data-Driven Decision Making: Theory, Practice, and Results
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, Room 2005

    A Theoretical Framework for Data-Driven Decision Making
      Margaret A. Honey, Ellen B. Mandinach
       
    The Impact of Data-Driven Decision-Making Tools on Educational Practice: A Systems Analysis of Six School Districts
      Ellen B. Mandinach, Margaret A. Honey, Cricket Heinze, Luz Rivas, Daniel Light

12:25 – 1:55pm

Improving Student Achievement in Math and Science
Building/Room: Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel / Dante

    What’s Up With the Comparison Group: How a Large Quasi-Experimental Study of Highly Rated Science Curriculum Units Explored Unexpected Results
      Suzanne Merchlinsky, Carol L. O’Donnell, Sharon J. Lynch, Elizabeth Edmonds, Vasuki Rethinam
       
    The Iterative Process of Developing an Inquiry Science Classroom Observation Protocol
      Alice K. H. Taum, Paul R. Brandon

Measuring and Teaching Science Inquiry: Four Perspectives
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Mezzanine Level East, Room 226

    Nancy B. Songer (Participant)

Collaborative Learning, Inquiry Learning, Mobile Learning, and Their Synergy: A Perspective from Europe
Building/Room: Moscone Center North / Exhibit Level, Room 112

    Jeremy Roschelle (Discussant)

2:15 – 3:45pm

Engaged Learning in Online Communities: Forging a Research Agenda
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Mezzanine Level West, Room 256

    Sharon Derry (Participant)
    Gerry Stahl (Participant)

Linking Research and Practice to Improve District and School Programs of Family and Community Involvement for Student Success
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, Room 2020

    Levels of Leadership: Understanding District Influence on Schools' Programs of Family and Community Involvement
      Joyce L. Epstein, Claudia Lucia Galindo, Steven B. Sheldon, Kenyatta James Williams

Research in Science Education
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 1st Floor, Exhibit Hall

    Validating Students' Scientific Content and Inquiry Reasoning Abilities
      Amelia Wenk Gotwals, Nancy B. Songer

Paper Discussion: School Improvement
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3005

    Improving School Reform by Changing Curricular Policy toward Content-Area Instruction in Elementary Schools: A Research-Based Model
      Michael R. Vitale, Nancy R. Romance
MONDAY, APRIL 10, 2006 TOP ^ 

8:15 – 9:45am

Implementing No Child Left Behind: New Evidence from Three States
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, Room 2005

    Brian Stecher (Chair)
    Laura S. Hamilton (Participant)

Computers as Metacognitive Tools for Enhancing Learning
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 2nd Floor, Room 2006

    Deep Comprehension Strategies Through Point&Query, AutoTutor, and iSTART
      Arthur C. Graesser, Danielle McNamara, Kurt VanLehn
       
    Fostering the Intelligent Novice: Learning From Errors With Metacognitive Tutoring
      Santosh Mathan, Kenneth R. Koedinger

10:35am – 12:05pm

Professional Learning Experiences and the Practice of Teaching: The Role of Artifacts of Practice
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Esplanade Ballroom, Section 305

    Learning From the Problem-Solving Cycle
      Hilda Borko

Validities of Standards-Based Science Inquiry Assessments: Integrating Studies of Alignment, Performance, and Cognition
Building/Room: Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel / Cervantes

    Presentation 2: Evaluating the Instructional Sensitivity of Items Measuring Science Content and Inquiry Skills in Large-Scale Science Assessments
      Geneva D. Haertel, Andrea A. Lash, Edys S. Quellmalz

12:25 – 1:55pm

Using Strategy Instruction to Improve Science Text Comprehension
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Mezzanine Level East, Room 222

    Effects of Embedding Knowledge-Focused Reading Comprehension Strategies in Content Area Versus Narrative Instruction
      Michael R. Vitale, Nancy Romance
       
    iSTART: An Automated Reading Tutor for Higher-Level Strategies
      Danielle McNamara
       
    The Role of Strategy Instruction in Supporting Students? Understanding of Graphic Intensive Science Hypertext
      Bridget Dalton, Annemarie S. Palinscar, Patrick Proctor, Nancy L. Defrance, Susanna E. Hapgood

1:15 – 1:55pm

Curriculum (as) Conversation: Situated Research in Mathematics and Science, Roundtable 66
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3005

    Examining Individual and Classroom Factors That Influence Students’ Gain Score in Two Highly Rated Science Curriculum Units
      Vasuki Rethinam, Curtis L. Pyke, Sharon J. Lynch, Joel Kuipers

2:15 – 3:45pm

Using Simulations for Assessment
Building/Room: Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel / Barcelona II

    Making Simulations Educationally Beneficial
      Terry P. Vendilinski, David M. Niemi

4:05 – 5:35pm

Assessment: Multi-Contextual Perspectives
Building/Room: Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel / Dante

    Evaluating Student Writing With Performance Assessment
      Eva Chen, David M. Niemi, Noelle Griffin
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 2006 TOP ^ 

10:35am – 12:05pm

Randomized Trials in Curriculum Research: The Case of Mathematics
Building/Room: Moscone Center South / Mezzanine Level East, Room 232

    Douglas H. Clements (Participant)
    Kenneth R. Koedinger (Participant)

12:25 – 1:55pm

Investigating the Affordances of Technology for Supporting and Assessing Inquiry in Science Learning
Building/Room: Moscone Center West / 3rd Floor, Room 3012

    Janice Gobert (Chair) Technology-Enabled Assessment of Model-Based Learning and Inquiry Skills Among High-School Biology and Physics Students
      Janice Gobert, Barbara C. Buckley, Paul Horwitz
       
    A Multiuser Virtual Environment for Building Higher Order Inquiry Skills in Science
      Diane Jass Ketelhut, Chris J. Dede, Jody E. Clarke, Brian C. Nelson
       
    Calipers: Using Simulations to Assess Complex Science Learning
      Edys S. Quellmalz, Angela Haydel DeBarger, Geneva D. Haertel, Janice Gobert, Paul Horwitz

2:15 – 3:45pm

Focusing on Literacy and Achievement in the Early Years
Building/Room: Renaissance Parc 55 Hotel / Medici

    Scaling Up the Implementation of a Pre-Kindergarten Mathematics Curricula: A Program Evaluation
      Douglas H. Clements, Julie Sarama, Alice Klein, Prentice Starkey, Ann Wakeley, Mary E. Spilter

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