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IERI at AERA 2007

The following schedule contains details of the 2007 AERA sessions that include presentations by our IERI colleagues.

Sunday
April 8
Monday
April 9
Tuesday
April 10
Wednesday
April 11
Thursday
April 12
Friday
April 13

SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 2007

9:00am – 5:30pm

Designing and Validating Assessments for Research: A Practical Roadmap From Conceptual Framework to Work Plan
Building/Room: Fairmont / Moulin Rouge, Lobby Level

    Nicole Shechtman (Participant)
    Geneva D. Haertel (Participant)
    Lawrence P. Gallagher (Participant)
    Ken Rafanan (Participant)
MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2007 TOP ^ 

12:00pm – 1:30pm

Modeling School Systems: An Engineering Approach to Improving Student Learning Outcomes
Building/Room: Marriot / Chicago Ballroom, Section D – Fifth Floor

    Lauren B. Resnick (Chair)

2:15pm – 3:45pm

New Learning Technologies: Affordances for Authoring, Assessment, and Research
Building/Room: Hyatt / DuSable, West Tower – Silver Level

    Through the Looking Glass and What We Found There: A Logging Infrastructure for Investigating Students’ Inquiry Processes
      Janice Gobert, Barbara C. Buckley, Paul Horwitz
    Investigating Students’ Behaviors, Patterns, and Learning in a Multi-User Virtual Environment Designed Around Inquiry
      Jody E. Clarke, Dianne Jass Ketelhut, Brian C. Nelson, Benjamin Eric Erlandson, Edward Dieterle, Chris J. Dede
    Enabling Technologies From the Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center
      Kenneth R. Koedinger

Transcending Space and Time: International Perspectives on the Use of Technology in Education
Building/Room: Hyatt / Grand Suite 5, East Tower – Gold Level

    Multisite Videoconferencing Between Developed and Less-Developed Countries to Build and Sustain Educational Research Collaborations
      Virginia L. Gordon, Robert A. Lecusay, Michael Cole

Stitching the Seams: Toward a Broad View of Teachers’ Learning, Development, and Expertise
Building/Room: Hyatt / Ogden, West Tower – Silver Level

    Teacher Learning and Professional Development: A Situated Perspective
      Hilda Borko

Examining and Supporting Teacher Quality
Building/Room: Marriot / Chicago Ballroom, Section D – Fifth Floor

    School-Level Leadership and Organization: Affecting the Practice and Quality of Teaching
      Daria E. Buese, Linda R. Valli

STL-SIG Symposium: Formal and Informal Assessment in Science
Building/Room: Marriot / Navy Pier, Tenth Floor

    Measuring Reform-Oriented Instructional Practice in Science: Reliability and Validity of an Innovative, Portfolio-Based Approach
      Jose-Felipe Martinez-Fernandez, Brian Stecher, Hilda Borko

Education Research That Makes a Difference: Who Produces It and What Can We Learn From Their Successes?
Building/Room: Marriott / McHenry, Third Floor

    Knowledge Production in the Public Interest: The Role of Collectives in the Conduct and Accumulation of Educational Research
      Barbara L. Schneider, Sarah-Kay McDonald, Sarah Stewart Makela, David C. Schalliol
    Assessing the Impacts of Knowledge-Producing Organizations
      Kevin L. Brown
    Bridging the Gap Between Scientifically Based Education Research and Evidence-Based Education: The Need and Prospects for Translational Research
      Sarah-Kay McDonald

      Larry V. Hedges (Discussant)
      Colm O’Muircheartaigh (Discussant)

4:05pm – 6:05pm

Conceptualizing and Empirically Investigating Transformative Professional Development
Building/Room: Hyatt / Acapulco, East Tower – Gold Level

    Hilda Borko (Participant)

Designing Teacher Learning to Develop Literacies in the Academic Disciplines
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section G, East Tower – Gold Level

    Disciplinary Literacy: Cognitive Apprenticeship for Secondary School Teachers and Students
      Lauren B. Resnick, Gaea Leinhardt, Anthony Robert Petrosky

Professional Development: The Effects on Teaching and Learning Content
Building/Room: Hyatt / Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower – Gold Level

    The Effects of Teacher Development in Science on Student Achievement
      Rick Vanosdall, Larry V. Hedges, Kathryn Sloane Weisbaum

Intentions and Tensions of Accountability Under No Child Left Behind
Building/Room: Sheraton / Huron, Level 2

    Accountability and Classroom Practices
      Laura S. Hamilton, Felipe Martinez, Brian Stecher
TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2007 TOP ^ 

8:15am – 9:45am

Teacher Development and Technology Pedagogy: Possibilities and Problematics
Building/Room: Hyatt / Crystal Ballroom, Section B, West Tower – Green Level

    ICT Usage and Enhanced Learning: Technology's Contribution to Student Achievement
      Geneva Haertel, Barbara M. Means

Rebooting the Past: Leveraging Advances in Assessment, Instruction, and Technology to Individualize Instruction and Learning
Building/Room: Marriott / Grand Ballroom, Salon I – Seventh Floor

    Towards Individualized Instruction With Technology-Enabled Tools and Methods
      Gregory K. W. K. Chung, Girlie C. Delacruz, Gary B. Dionne, Eva L. Baker

Technology Research: Initial Findings of Impact of One-to-One Computing Initiatives
Building/Room: Sheraton / Ontario, Level 2

    Studying How Mobile Computing With Tablet PCs Supports School and Classroom Changes in Singapore
      Marie Bienkowski, Geneva D. Haertel, Vincent Quah

Effective Instructional Practices in Literacy for Bilingual Learners
Building/Room: Swissôtel / Grand Ballroom, Section II – Ballroom Level

    The Unique Manner in Which Spanish-Speaking Children Decode and Comprehend English Instructional Text
      Bettina P. Baker, William Labov

10:35am – 12:05pm

Mathematics Learning and Embodied Cognition
Building/Room: Hyatt / Grand Suite 5, East Tower – Gold Level

    Gestures and Embodied Mathematical Cognition
      Martha W. Alibali, Mitchell J. Nathan

Analyzing the Relationship Between Fidelity of Implementation (FOI) and Student Outcomes in a Quasi-Experiment
Building/Room: Marriott / Huron, Tenth Floor

    The Relationship Between FOI and Student Outcomes in a Quasi-Experiment: A Conceptual Framework
      Sharon J. Lynch, Carol L. O’Donnell
    FOI as Quality of Delivery and Student Responsiveness and Its Relationship to Classroom Achievement
      Carol L. O’Donnell, Sharon J. Lynch, William Andrew Watson, Vasuki Rethinam
    FOI as Adherence to Curriculum Unit Structure and Its Relationship to Classroom Achievement
      Joelle Ramirez Lastica, Carol L. O’Donnell
    Evaluation and Science Specialists' Role in Collecting FOI Data in a Large School District
      Suzanne Merchlinksy, Bonnie Lee Hansen-Grafton

The Laboratory Class: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Studying the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section G, East Tower – Gold Level

    Symposium Overview
      Deborah Loewenberg Ball, Hyman Bass, Kara Suzuka, Laurie Sleep, Sean F. Delaney, Imani Masters Goffney
    Teaching as Mathematical Work: A Practice-Based Job Analysis
      Laurie Sleep, Deborah Loewenberg Ball, Kara Suzuka

Video as a Research Tool for Studying Instructional Practice
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section I, East Tower – Gold Level

    Hilda Borko (Chair)
    Using Video to Analyze Learning From the Problem-Solving Cycle
      Jennifer Jacobs, Hilda Borko, Karen Koellner
    Using Video to Examine the Quality of Teaching Aimed at Specific Learning Goals
      Kathleen M. Morris, Jo Ellen Roseman, Linda Dager Wilson
    Moving Video Research to Scale: Designing and Studying a Measure of Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching
      Heather C. Hill, Deborah Loewenberg Ball

Diverse Experiences for Learning Science
Building/Room: Marriott / Halsted, Fourth Floor

    Three Years of Scaffolding Scientific Explanations
      Thomas M. Vlajkov, Nancy B. Songer, Ben Kelcey

12:25pm – 1:55pm

Exploring the Effects and Implications of an Online Case Environment in Preservice Literacy Instruction
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section A, East Tower – Gold Level

    Looking Back to the Future: Implications for Creating, Implementing, and Researching Multimedia Cases in Preservice Education
      Charles K. Kinzer, Linda D. Labbo, Sarah Lohnes, Mary Susan Love, Dana Wilber Cammack
    Tracking Engagement: How Preservice Teachers Use and Learn From a Complex, Multimedia, Online Case Environment
      Charles K. Kinzer, Sarah Lohnes, Daniel Hoffman, Manu Kapur, Stavroula Kontovourki, Selen Turkay
    Using Multimedia-Anchored Instruction Cases in Preservice Literacy Courses
      Mary Susan Love

Classroom Assessment Research I
Building/Room: Hyatt / Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower – Gold Level

    Classroom Assessment Practices and Teacher Judgments of Student Achievement in Mathematics: Evidence From the ECLS
      Jose-Felipe Martinez-Fernandez, Brian Stecher, Hilda Borko

Scaling Up Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies and Early Reading Achievement: A Multimethod and Longitudinal Randomized Control Trial
Building/Room: Sheraton / Erie, Level 2

    Douglas Fuchs (Chair)
    Robert Slavin (Discussant)
    Scaling Up Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies and Early Reading Achievement
      Douglas Fuchs
    Variations by Site in Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies
      Kristen L. McMaster
    Teacher Responses to Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies
      Mark A. Berends, Marc Landon Stein
    Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies and a Look to the Future
      Laura Saenz

2:15pm – 3:45pm

Assessment and Technology: Identifying the Current Trends and Issues
Building/Room: Marriott / Iowa, Sixth Floor

    Geneva D. Haertel (Participant)

4:05pm – 5:35pm

Conceptualizing and Investigating the Practice of Facilitation in Content-Oriented Teacher Professional Development
Building/Room: Hyatt / Crystal Ballroom, Section B, West Tower – Green Level

    Characterizing the Facilitator’s Role in the Problem-Solving Cycle Professional Development Model
      Hilda Borko, Jennifer Jacobs, Karen K. Clark

Policies Promoting Cognitively Demanding Instruction
Building/Room: Sheraton / Mississippi, Level 2

    The Effects of Inquiry-Based Instruction on Student Achievement in Seventh-Grade Science
      Rick Vanosdall, Larry V. Hedges, Kathryn Sloane Weisbaum

4:05pm – 6:05pm

Talking Science, Writing Science: The Work of Language in Multicultural Classrooms
Building/Room: Hyatt / Acapulco, West Tower – Gold Level

    Text in Action: A Video Ethnographic Approach to the Study of a Highly Rated Chemistry Curriculum Unit
      Joel Kuipers, Gail Brendel Viechnicki, Lindsey Anne Massoud, Laura J. Wright
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2007 TOP ^ 

8:15am – 10:15am

Instructional Design: Issues of Planning and Practice
Building/Room: Inter-Continental / Hebron, Second Floor

    Robust Design Strategies for Scaling Educational Innovations: The River City MUVE Case Study
      Brian C. Nelson, Diane Jass Ketelhut, Jody E. Clarke, Edward Dieterle, Chris J. Dede, Benjamin Eric Erlandson

Goals, Methods, and Research in Teacher Education
Building/Room: Marriott / Michigan, Sixth Floor

    The Effects of Professional Development in Inquiry-Based Science on Student Achievement in Fifth Grade
      Rick Vanosdall, Larry V. Hedges, Kathryn Sloane Weisbaum
    Adaptation of a Knowledge-Based Instructional Intervention to Accelerate Student Learning in Science and Early Literacy in Grades One to Two
      Michael R. Vitale, Nancy Romance

10:35am – 12:05pm

Research in Early Childhood Mathematics Education
Building/Room: Hyatt / Addams, West Tower – Silver Level

    Development of a Measure of Early Mathematics Achievement Using the Rasch Model
      Douglas H. Clements, Julie Sarama, Xiufeng Liu

Research in Early Childhood Mathematics Education
Building/Room: Hyatt / Addams, West Tower – Silver Level

    Development of a Measure of Early Mathematics Achievement Using the Rasch Model
      Douglas H. Clements, Julie Sarama, Xiufeng Liu
    Kevin F. Miller (Discussant)

In Vivo Experimentation for Understanding Robust Learning: Pros and Cons
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section C, East Tower – Gold Level

    In Vivo Experiments on Whether Tutoring Meta-Cognition Yields Robust Learning
      Kenneth R. Koedinger, Vincent Aleven, Ryan S. Baker

Individual Prerequisites for Reading and Language Literacy: An In-Depth Look at Recent Research Findings
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section G, East Tower – Gold Level

    Contributions of Three Components of Reading Fluency to Reading Comprehension in the Later Elementary Grades
      Susan Lutz Klauda, John T. Guthrie

Public Service Awardee Conversation--Promoting a Federal R&D Commitment to Education Research
Building/Room: Hyatt / Crystal Ballroom, Section A, West Tower – Green Level

    Lauren B. Resnick (Participant)

Bringing Cultural Discourse to Math Education
Building/Room: Hyatt / Ogden, West Tower – Silver Level

    Bringing Culture in Through the Back Door: Third-Grade Teachers Analyze English Language Learners’ Reasoning About Measurement
      Cory Buxton, Margaret Mahotiere, Okhee Lee, Walter G. Seceda

12:25pm – 1:05pm

Assessment Issues for Schools (Part 1)
Building/Room: Hyatt / Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower – Gold Level

    Title III Linkage and Alignment of State ELD Standards and Assessment: Understanding the Academic Language Demands on English Learners
      Anne Davidson Murphy, Alison Bailey, Frances Butler, Edynn Sato

The Advancement of Education Research: Field Development from Different Vantages
Building/Room: Sheraton / Huron, Level 2

    Barbara R. Foorman (Participant)

Learning Complexity: Agent-Based Modeling Supporting Education Research
Building/Room: Sheraton / Mississippi, Level 2

    Michael Cole (Participant)

Cognitive, Social, and Motivational Processes: Paper Discussion (Session 1)
Building/Room: Hyatt/Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower – Gold Level

    Simulation as Conceptual Blending: Meaning Construction in a First-Grade Science Class
      Nicole Wong

12:25pm – 1:55pm

Research-Based Approaches to Family and Community Involvement: Results for Districts, Schools, and Students
Building/Room: Marriott / Chicago Ballroom, Section D – Fifth Floor

    Effects of District Leadership on the Quality of School Programs of Family and Community Involvement
      Joyce L. Epstein, Claudia Lucia Galindo, Steven B. Sheldon, Kenyatta James Williams
    Can Math Be More Meaningful? Longitudinal Effects of Family Involvement on Student Homework
      Frances E. van Voorhis
    Students’ Reports and Effects of Parental Involvement in Elementary and Middle School
      Steven B. Sheldon
    Effects of District Leadership on the Quality of School Programs of Family and Community Involvement
      Joyce L. Epstein, Claudia Lucia Galindo, Steven B. Sheldon, Kenyatta James Williams
    Parents as District Leaders: A Case Study of Public Engagement and Educational Reform
      Mavis G. Sanders

2:15pm – 3:45pm

The Travel of Ideas: New Perspectives on Analyzing Mathematics in Discussion-Rich Classrooms
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section E, East Tower – Gold Level

    Deborah Loewenberg Ball (Discussant)

GSC Division D Fireside Chat: The Partnership Between Research and Policy in Educational Testing
Building/Room: Hyatt / Crystal Ballroom, Section C, West Tower – Green Level

    Drew H. Gitomer (Participant)

School Reform: Sustaining Change and Bringing School Reform to Scale
Building/Room: Marriott / Chicago Ballroom, Section D – Fifth Floor

    Elements for Bringing a Research-Validated Intervention to Scale: Implications for Leadership in Educational Reform
      Nancy Romance, Michael R. Vitale

Science and Mathematics Practices and Perspectives in the Classroom
Building/Room: Marriott / Illinois, Sixth Floor

    Classroom Contextual Effects on Students’ Science Concept Learning: A Multilevel Analysis
      Vesuki Rethinam, Curtis L. Pyke, Sharon J. Lynch
THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2007 TOP ^ 

8:15am – 10:15am

An Intercultural Perspective on Mathematics Learning
Building/Room: Sheraton / Arkansas, Level 2

    Intersubjectivity Structures Discourse in Socially Mediated Mathematics Learning: To Disagree, We Must Also Agree
      Mitchell J. Nathan, Billie Eilam, Suyeon Kim

Investigating the “Knowledge of Reading” Needed to Teach Elementary Students to Read: The Role of Conceptualization, Measurement, and Evidence
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section C, East Tower – Gold Level

    Examining the Comprehension and Learning From Text Survey (CoLTS)
      Susanna E. Hapgood, Linda L. Kucan, Annemarie S. Palincsar

10:35am – 12:05pm

Improving Assessment, Learning, and Instruction Practices
Building/Room: Marriott / Bucktown, Second Floor

    The Development, Validation, and Trial of a Method for Judging the Quality of Middle School Inquiry-Science Teachers' Questioning Behaviors in the Classroom
      Paul R. Brandon, Alice K. H. Taum, Donald B. Young, Francis M. Pottenger, Thomas Speitel, Mary E. Gray
    Assessment Practices in Curriculum Materials Research: Do Students Learn From the Pretest?
      Rob Ochsendorf, Curtis L. Pyke

12:25pm – 1:55pm

Reform Practices in Action in Special Education
Building/Room: Swissôtel / William Tell Theatre, Second Floor

    Student Outcomes and Response to “Tier 2” Reading Intervention Scaled Up in Multiple Schools
      Carolyn A. Denton, Elizabeth Ann Swanson, Patricia G. Mathes

Science Teaching and Learning (STL-SIG) Poster Session
Building/Room: Hyatt / Riverside Center Exhibition Hall, East Tower – Purple Level

    Evaluating and Restructuring Science Assessments: An Example Measuring Students’ Conceptual Understanding of Heat
      Kelly D. Bradley, Jessica Dawn Cunningham, Shannon O. Sampson

Simulation-Based Science Assessments: A New Generation
Building/Room: Hyatt / Grand Suite 3, East Tower – Gold Level

    Geneva D. Haertel (Participant)
    Assessing Model-Based Learning in Science
      Janice Gobert, Barbara C. Buckley, Paul Horwitz

Missing Links in the Implementation of Mathematics Education Reforms: "Attention Focusing" and "Noticing"
Building/Room: Hyatt / Grand Suite 5, East Tower – Gold Level

    Professional Noticing by Elementary School Teachers of Mathematics
      Victoria R. Jacobs, Lisa L. Clement, Randolph A. Philipp, Bonnie Schappelle, Abby Burke

Effectiveness of Reading and Mathematics Software Programs
Building/Room: Marriott / Chicago Ballroom, Section A – Fifth Floor

    Effectiveness of Reading and Mathematics Software Programs
      Mark Dynarski, Barbara M. Means

2:15pm – 3:45pm

Studies in Mathematics Teaching and Learning
Building/Room: Hyatt / Riverside Center Exhibition Hall, East Tower – Purple Level

    Constructing Graphical Representations: Exploring Middle Schoolers’ Intuitions and Developing Knowledge About Slope and Intercept
      Shanta Hattikudur, Pamela Asquith, Richard Prather, Martha W. Alibali, Eric J. Knuth, Mitchell J. Nathan

Science Education - General Poster Session
Building/Room: Hyatt / Riverside Center Exhibition Hall, East Tower – Purple Level

    The Computational Literacy Project: Meeting the Challenge
      Terri Meade, Dixie Ching

Examining Assessments and Outcomes for English Language Learners
Building/Room: Swissôtel / Grand Ballroom, Section II – Ballroom Level

    Bringing It All Together: Articulating an Early Reading Assessment Framework for English Learners
      Barbara Ann Jones (Participant)
      Margaret Heritage (Participant)
      Christy Kim Boscardin (Participant)
      Hoky Min (Participant)

Investigating Preservice Elementary Teachers' Understanding of Mathematics and Students' Mathematical Thinking
Building/Room: Fairmont / Crystal Room, Third Level

    Randolph A. Philipp (Discussant)

Studies in Mathematics Teaching and Learning
Building/Room: Hyatt / Riverside Center Exhibition Hall, East Tower - Purple Level

    Effective Programs in Elementary Mathematics: A Best-Evidence Synthesis
      Robert Slavin, Cynthia Lake

Using Qualitative Research Methods to Understand Engaged Learning in Online Communities
Building/Room: Sheraton / Ontario, Level 2

    Using Contrasting Cases Methodology to Explore the Role of Soft Skills in Successful and Unsuccessful Online Collaboration
      Sharon J. Derry, Julia Gressick, Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver
    Using Chat-Analysis to Understand Engaged Learning in the Virtual Math Teams Online Community
      Gerry Stahl, Johann W. Sarmiento

4:05pm – 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

How Children Learn Science: Uncovering Relationships Between Facility With Text and the Development of Content Knowledge
Building/Room: Hyatt / Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower – Gold Level

    Louis M. Gomez (Participant)

Learning From Digital Text in Inquiry-Based Science Classes: Lessons Learned in One Program
Building/Room: Sheraton / Sheraton Ballroom, Section I, Level 4

    Sadhana Puntambekar (Chair) Understanding Enactments in Different Contexts
      Sadhana Puntambekar

4:05pm – 6:05pm

What Progresses in a Learning Progression?
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section G, East Tower – Gold Level

    Where and When Does Complex Reasoning in Science Occur?
      Nancy B. Songer, Ben Kelcey, Amelia Wenk Gotwals

Mathematics Teachers' On-the-Job Learning: Perspectives on Theory and Evidence
Building/Room: Hyatt / Grand Suite 3, East Tower – Gold Level

    Randolph A. Philipp (Discussant)
FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2007 TOP ^ 

8:15am – 9:45am

Balancing the Tension Between Science and Design in Design-Based Science Curricula
Building/Room: Hyatt / Columbus Hall, Section G, East Tower – Gold Level

    Sharon Derry (Chair) The Potential for Conceptual Modeling to Bridge Designs and Science: A Case of Opportunity Missed
      Mary J. Leonard, Sharon Derry

Key Impacts of School and Community Contexts on the Prospects of Scaling Up Educational Interventions
Building/Room: Marriott / Huron, Tenth Floor

    Capital Transformation in a Predominantly Latino School: A Multimethod Examination of a Postsecondary Preparatory Intervention Model
      Lara C. Perez-Felkner
    Professional Contexts of Teaching and the Success of an Alternative Teacher Training Intervention
      Katie R. Bennett
    Conditions and Contingencies: A Multimethod Examination of School Composition and Institutional Attachment
      Rafael Santana
    Parents as Interorganizational Brokers: Social Class and the Community School Intervention Model
      Elizabeth McGhee Hassrick

    Chair: Sarah-Kay McDonald

8:15am – 10:15am

Log File Analysis: Predicting Success From Online Trajectories
Building/Room: Sheraton / Sheraton Ballroom, Section III, Level 4

    The River City MUVE
      Chris J. Dede, Jody E. Clarke
    COMPASS Scaffolding With Log File Data
      Sadhana Puntambeka, Roland Hubscher

10:35am – 12:05pm

A Study of Undergraduate Mathematics Classes for Prospective Elementary Teachers: Methods and Results
Building/Room: Hyatt / Horner, West Tower – Silver Level

    Deborah Loewenberg Ball (Discussant)

Child, Classroom, and Cultural Influences on Early Learning and Behavioral Self-Regulation
Building/Room: Marriott / Michigan State, Sixth Floor

    Kevin F. Miller (Discussant)

12:25pm – 1:55pm

Cognition in the Science Classroom
Building/Room: Hyatt / Burnham, West Tower – Silver Level

    Transcending Naïve Realism: First Graders Thinking About Their Own Investigations
      Kathleen Metz
    Pathways for the Contribution of Reading Motivation to the Growth of Science Knowledge
      Marcia H. Davis, John T. Guthrie

Challenges and Issues in Four Studies of the Impacts of Early Literacy Instruction
Building/Room: Marriott / Chicago Ballroom, Section F – Fifth Floor

    The CLIMBERs Study: Design, Analysis, and Early Literacy Impacts From the Prekindergarten Cohorts
      Beth A. Boulay, Carolyn J. Layzer, Richard Hurtig

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