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Asquith, P., Stephens, A., Knuth, E., & Alibali, M. (2006, April). Middle school teachers' predictions of student reasoning on equality and variable tasks. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Anthony, J. L., Gunnewig, S., Landry, S., & Swank, P. (2006, June). Effectiveness of comprehensive professional development for teachers of at-risk preschoolers. Paper presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading. Vancouver, Canada.

Ayala, C. A., & Brandon, P. R. (2006, November). The relationships among middle-school inquiry-based science student achievement and affect: Results of structural equation modeling analyses. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Portland, OR.

Beck, J. (2006, June 26). Using learning decomposition to analyze student fluency development. ITS2006 Educational Data Mining Workshop, Jhongli, Taiwan.

Bieda, K., & Nathan, M. J. (2006, April). Middle school students’ use of speech and gesture in pattern generalization tasks involving graphs: Evidence that bounded views influence performance. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Borko, H. (2006, April). The problem-solving cycle: An approach to mathematics professional development. In The problem-solving cycle: An approach to mathematics professional development. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Brandon, P. R., Taum, A. H. K., Ayala, C. A., Young, D. B, & Pottenger, F. M. (2006, July). The implementation and outcomes of the Foundational Approaches in Science Teaching Program: Results of an American pilot study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Circle Consortium, Mexico City.

Brandon, P. R., Taum, A. H. K., Ayala, C. A., Young, D. B, & Pottenger, F. M. (2006, November). Findings about the implementation and outcomes of inquiry-based science in middle-school classrooms. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Portland, OR.

Buckley, B. C., Gobert, J., Mansfield, A., & Horwitz, P. (2006). Facilitating and assessing genetics learning with BioLogica™. Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco.

Bunning, K., & Schneider, C. (2006, April). Being facilitators of the STAAR problem-solving cycle professional development. In The problem-solving cycle: An approach to mathematics professional development. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Cakir, M., Sarmiento, J., Stahl, G. (2006). Shared deictic referencing in online mathematics discourse. Paper presented at the 27th Urban Ethnography in Education Research Forum. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

Chang, K., Beck, J. E., Mostow, J., & Corbett, A. (2006, July 17). Does Help Help? A Bayes Net Approach to Modeling Tutor Interventions. AAAI2006 Workshop on Educational Data Mining, Boston, MA.

Chun, M., Nelson, C., with Ferguson, K., Developing a conceptual model of district strategy for curricular scale-up in urban schools, AERA Conference, San Francisco, April 2006.

Clark, K. K., & Jacobs, J. (2006, April). The role of individual teachers’ goals in the STAAR professional development. In The problem-solving cycle: An approach to mathematics professional development. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Coburn, C. E., & Russell, J.L. Exploring the determinants of teacher social networks. Annual Conference of the American Sociological Association, Montreal, August 2006.

DeBarger. A. H., Yumoto, F., Haertel, G., & Quellmalz, E. (2006). Reverse-engineering GLOBE classroom assessment tools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education, Chicago, IL.

Eiteljorg, E. & Borko, H. (2006, April). Uncovering student reasoning: The transformation of Ken’s questioning. In The problem-solving cycle: An approach to mathematics professional development. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Epstein, J. L., Galindo, C., Sheldon, S. B., and Williams, K. J. Levels of Leadership: Understanding District Influence on Schools Programs of Family and Community Involvement.

Epstein, J. L. & Sheldon, S. B. Moving Forward: Ideas for Research on School, Family, and Community Partnerships. In Symposium on: Ideas for Advancing Meaningful and Enriched Educational Inquiry (SAGE Handbook for research in education: Engaging ideas and enriching inquiry).

Ghitulescu, B. & Leana, C. Job crafting in educational settings. National meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, 2006.

Ghitulescu, B., Pil, F. & Leana, C. Exploring the idiosyncratic nature of work: Antecedents and consequences of employee job crafting. Labor and Employment Relations Association (formerly IRRA), 58th National Conference, Boston, 2006.

Gobert, J., Buckley, B. C., & Horwitz, P. (2006). Technology-enabled assessment of model-based learning and inquiry skills among high school biology students. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Hackbarth, A. J., Derry, S. J., & Wilsman, M. J. (2006). Measuring teachers' algebraic reasoning: Development and preliminary validation of a video assessment task. International Conference of Learning Sciences. Bloomington, IN.

Hackbarth, A.J. & Wilsman, M.J. (2006). The Hat Problem. Annual meeting of the Wisconsin Mathematics Council. Green Lake, WI. http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/stellar/algebra/Feb18.06/GreenLake.ppt

Haynie, K. C., Haertel, G. D., Lash, A. A., & Quellmalz, E. S. (2006). Reverse-engineering the NAEP floating pencil task. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education, San Francisco, CA.

Jones, L., & Kuipers, J. (2006, February). Atoms and...stuff like that: Scientific term use as participation in a middle school science classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Kuipers, J., Viechnicki, G.B., Fugate-Brunino, E., Jones, L. & Wright, L. (2006, April). A video ethnography of talking and writing about motion and forces in a diverse science classroom. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Kuipers, J., Viechnicki, G.B., Fugate-Brunino, E., Jones, L., Wright, L. (2006, April). Learning to Talk Science: "Push" and "Pull" in a Diverse Classroom. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.

Kung, L., Han, I., Cao, M., & McMaster, K. (April, 2006). Effects of Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies in Reading for Kindergarten English Learners. Presentation accepted for the CEC Annual Convention and Expo, Salt Lake City, UT.

Landry, S. & Anthony, J. L. (2006, February). Scaling-up effective, comprehensive professional development programs for teachers of at-risk prekindergarten children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Research Conference. San Diego, CA.

Lash, A., Haynie, K. C., Riconscente, M. M. (2006). Reverse-engineering science inquiry tasks using PADI. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. San Francisco, CA.

Lynch, S. (April, 2006). An overview of SCALE-uP and results for Chemistry That Applies. Are "highly-rated" middle school science curriculum materials effective and for whom?: Results from a set of implementation studies. Paper set presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.

Lynch, S., O'Donnell, C., Merchlinsky, S., Hatchuel, E., & Rethinam, V. (2006, April). The role of the "comparison group" in quasi-experimental research designs: Unexpected results from an effectiveness study of middle school curriculum units. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Ly, U. & Metz, K. E. (2006). Holding beliefs, giving instruction: The influence of teacher beliefs about children s science-learning on curriculum implementation. Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco (April 7-11).

Metz, K. E. (2006). Young children s scientific inquiry: Differentiating mutable from immutable constraints. Colloquium given to the Faculty of Education. University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK. (March 15, 2006).

Nathan, M. J., & Kim, S. (2006, April). How teacher use of mitigated feedback promotes classroom learning. Round table session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Niemi, D., & Vallone, J. (2006). Tools to improve formative assessment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco. Niemi, D., Vendlinski, T. P., Baker, E. L., & Wang, J. (In press.) On-line tools to improve formative assessment. British Journal of Educational Technology.

Ochsendorf, R., Pyke, C., Lynch, S., Watson, W. (April, 2006). The impact of a middle school motion and forces curriculum unit on student outcomes: Results from consecutive quasi-experimental studies. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.

Ochsendorf, R., Watson, W., Pyke, C., Lynch, S. (April, 2006). The impact of a highly rated science curriculum unit on middle school students' epistemological beliefs: Implications for student learning. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.

O'Donnell, C., Watson, W., Pyke, C., Lynch, S. (April, 2006). Using the Project 2061 Curriculum Analysis to understand the results of a quasi-experimental curriculum unit evaluation of Seasons. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.

PADI Research Group (2006). Principled Assessment Designs for Inquiry (PADI): A walk through the online assessment system. Interactive symposium session at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.

Pittman, M. A., Nelson, M., & Frykholm, J. (2006, April). The development of teachers’ knowledge of algebra for teaching. In The problem-solving cycle: An approach to mathematics professional development. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Pyke, C., & Ochsendorf, R. (2006, April). Concept assessment in curriculum unit evaluation. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Rethinam, V., Pyke, C., & Lynch, S. (2006, April). Examining individual and classroom factors that influence students' gain score in two highly rated science curriculum units. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Riconscente, M. M., & Mislevy, R. (2006). Reverse-engineering the mystery boxes task. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. San Francisco, CA.

Romance, N. R., & Vitale, M. R (January, 2006). Advancing teacher expertise and leadership in science: A strategy for enhancing and sustaining quality elementary science programs (K-5). Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Science Teacher Educators, Portland, Oregon.

Romance, N. R. & Vitale, M. R. (March-April, 2006). Beyond the basal: Using non-fiction to accelerate comprehension and content learning. Presented (3 hour institute) at the Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association, Anaheim, CA.

Romance, N. R. & Vitale, M. R. (March-April, 2006). Principal leadership for combining science and literacy in elementary schools. Presented (3 hour institute) at the Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association. Anaheim, CA.

Romance, N. R. (April, 2006). Principal leadership for science in a World that is Getting Flat. Invited Keynote Luncheon Address at Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association. Anaheim, CA.

Romance, N. R., & Vitale, M. R. (May, 2006). A comparison of the effectiveness of a multi-part reading comprehension strategy in content vs. non-content oriented environments in grade 5. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Chicago, IL.

Romance, N. R., & Vitale, M. R. (May, 2006). A knowledge-based framework for developing content area reading comprehension. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Chicago, IL.

Sanders, M. G. Using Data to Develop and Sustain School, Family, and Community Partnerships: A District Case Study.

Sanders, M. G. Power Equalizers? How A Community-Based Organization Supports School, Family, and Community Partnerships in an Urban School District.

Seibert, G., Mislevy, R., & Hamel, L. (2006). Reverse and forward-engineering the mystery powders task. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. San Francisco, CA.

Sheldon, S. B. Making the Connections: How School Outreach Contributes to Family and Student Outcomes.

Sheldon, S. B. Parents' Social Networks: Looking at Social Capital and Parental Involvement.

Sheldon, S. B. Discussant: Bridging Home and School, Paper Session.

Shumar, W. (2006). The Production of Self, Other and Group through F2F and Online Chat interactions at the Math Forum. Paper presented at the 27th Urban Ethnography in Education Research Forum. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

Songer, N.B. and Gotwals, A. W. (2006) The Development and Evaluation of an Assessment System to Chronicle Urban Students Learning Progressions Associated With Deep Thinking in Science. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA.

Stahl, G., Zemel, A., Sarmiento, J., Cakir, M., Weimar, S., Wessner, M., & Muhlpfordt, M. (2006). Shared Referencing of Mathematical Objects in Online Chat. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2006), Bloomington, Indiana.

Stein, M.K., & Kim, G. (2006). The role of mathematics curriculum in large-scale urban reform: An analysis of demands and opportunities for teacher learning, AERA Conference San Francisco, April 2006.

Stein, M.K., Kim, G., & Seeley, M. (2006). The enactment of reform mathematics curricula in urban settings: A comparative analysis, AERA Conference San Francisco, April 2006.

Sutherland, S., with Castleton, L, Denison, M., Glanz, K., Silvestre, G., & Smith, J. (2006). The development of social capital by school leaders, AERA Conference San Francisco, April 2006.

Taum, A. K. H., & Brandon, P. R. (2006, April). The iterative process of developing an inquiry science classroom observation protocol. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco.

Taum, A. K. H., & Brandon, P. R. (2006, November). Some limitations of using classroom observation data on teachers implementation middle school inquiry-based science programs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Portland, OR.

The Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, April, 2006. Scaling Up the Implementation of a Pre-Kindergarten Mathematics Curricula: A Program Evaluation.

Vendlinski, T.P. (2006, April). Making connections: Fusing assessment results to improve inference and instruction. Keynote address at the Annual Conference of the Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics, St. Louis, Missouri.

Vendlinski, T., & Niemi, D. (2006, April). Making simulations educationally beneficial. In B. Bewley (Chair), Using Simulations for Assessment. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Vitale, M. R., & Romance, N. R. (April, 2006). Effects of embedding knowledge-focused reading comprehension strategies in content area vs. narrative instruction in grade 5. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Vitale, M. R., Romance, N. R., Klentschy, M. (April 2006). Improving school reform by changing curriculum policy toward content-area instruction in elementary schools: A research-based model. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Vitale, M.R., & Romance, N.R. (April, 2006). Implications of a multi-phase model for increasing time for elementary science. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.

Vitale, M.R. & Romance, N.R. (May, 2006). Interdisciplinary perspectives on content area reading comprehension: implications for school practitioners. Presented at the Featured IES Research Symposium: Using knowledge to improve comprehension instruction and assessment- Helping all readers succeed at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Chicago, IL.

Wang, J., & Vendlinski, T. (2006, April). Online assessment within an ontological framework. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Watson, W., Kuipers, J., & Lynch, S. (2006, February). Competing discourses in the science classroom: Argumentation and social status in middle school science lessons. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Watson, W., Lynch, S., Rethinam, V., O'Donnell, C. (2006, April). Development of an instrument to measure student responsiveness to implementation of science curriculum materials. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.

Wessner, M., Shumar, W., Stahl, G., Sarmiento, J., Muhlpfordt, M., Weimar, S. (2006). Designing an Online Service for a Math Community. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2006), Bloomington, Indiana.

Wilsman, M.J., Hackbarth, A.J. & Derry (2006). Using Artifacts of Classroom Practice to Build Teachers’ Expertise in Distinguishing Conceptual and Computational Understandings. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. St. Louis, MO. http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/stellar/algebra/ncsm.06.ppt

Wright, L., Viechnicki, G.B., & Kuipers, J. (2006, February). Hands-off science: The impact of social dynamics on object control and manipulation at a middle school science table. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Wong, N. & Metz, K. E. (2006). Visual representation in science: A case study of an exemplary first grade teacher. Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco (April 7-11).

 
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Alibali, M.W. (2005, September). Understanding of symbols at the transition from arithmetic to algebra: The equal sign and letters as variables. Paper presented at the Conference on Algebraic Reasoning, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC.

Alibali, M.W. & Nathan, M.J. (April, 2005). Teachers Use Gestures to Link Multiple Representations of Mathematical Information. In “Gestures and Embodied Action in Teaching, Learning, and Professional Practice.” Paper presented to the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. Montreal, Canada.

Asquith, P., Stephens, A.C., Grandau, L., Knuth, E.J., & Alibali, M. W. (2005, April). Investigating middle-school teachers' perceptions of algebraic thinking. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Ayala, C.C. (2005, April). Developing student outcome measures frameworks. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Ayala, C.A., Brandon, P. R., & Taum, A.K.H. (2005, October). Development and validation of the Inquiry Science Student Assessment Suite. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Toronto.

Babcock, J. and Bradley, K.D. (2005). Identifying Factors that Impact Teachers Sustained Integration of Instructional Technology. Presentation at Midwest Educational Research Association annual meeting, Columbus, OH.

Baker, E. L. (2005, March). Technology to improve assessment. Presentation at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

Baker, E.L. (2005, September). Accelerating future possibilities for assessment and learning. In S. Thompson (Chair). Symposium conducted at the annual CRESST conference. Los Angeles: University of California, National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing.

Bao, H., & Mislevy, R.J. (2005). Detecting local item dependence: an application of multidimensional random coefficients multinomial logit item bundle model. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Quebec.

Beck, J.E., & Mostow, J. (2005). Mining Data from Randomized Within-Subject Experiments in an Automated Reading Tutor (poster in session 34.080, "Logging Students' Learning in Complex Domains: Empirical Considerations and Technological Solutions"). American Educational Research Association 2005 Annual Meeting: Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability, Montreal, Canada. Click here to download PowerPoint poster.

Bradley, K.D. and Sampson, S.O. (2005). Validating an Assessment through Rasch techniques: The process of measurement, feedback, reflection and change. Presentation at Midwest Educational Research Association annual meeting, Columbus, OH.

Brandon, P.R. (2005, April). The merit of a study comparing two versions of inquiry science professional development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Brandon, P.R., & Taum, A.K.H. (2005, April). Instrument development for a study comparing two versions of inquiry science professional development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Brandon, P.R., & Taum, A.K.H. (2005, October). Development and validation of the Inquiry Science Teacher Log and the Inquiry Science Teacher Questionnaire. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Toronto.

Brecht, J., Mislevy, R.J., & Haertel, G. D. (2005). The PADI design system as a complex of epistemic games and forms. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Quebec.

Buckley, B.C., Gobert, J., Horwitz, P., & Dede, C. (2005). Invisible Dragons: An assessment game. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Buckley, B.C., Gobert, J., Mansfield, A., Horwitz, P., & Dede, C. (2005). Computer-enabled Pedagogy, Research & Assessment in Genetics using BioLogica. Paper presented at the CAL'05: Virtual Learning?, Bristol, UK.

Cakir, M., Xhafa, F., Zhou, N., & Stahl, G. (2005). "Thread-based analysis of patterns of collaborative interaction in chat." Paper presented at the international conference on AI in Education (AI-Ed 2005), Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Cunningham, T., & Geva, E. (2005, June 24). The effects of reading technologies on literacy development of ESL students [poster presentation]. Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Toronto.

DeBarger. A.H., Yumoto, F., & Quellmalz, E. (2005). GLOBE: Using PADI templates as an alternative structure for specifying GLOBE investigation strategies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Monteal, Quebec.

Epstein, J.L. Research meets policy and practice: How are school districts addressing NCLB requirements for family involvement? Sociology of Education Section No Child Left Behind Conference conducted at the ASA meetings.

Epstein, J.L., Williams, K.J., &. Jansorn, N. R.: Using Data to Understand Districts Actions on NCLB Requirements for Family Involvement.

Epstein, J.L.: Panelist: Research and Evaluation of Family Involvement in Education: What Lies Ahead?

Epstein, J.L. Discussant: Family and School Connections: Asian American/Canadian Perspectives.

Eslinger, E. & Metz, K. (2005). Teachers beliefs about science and the face of science in curriculum enactment. Paper presented in Symposium on Advances in Elementary Science Teaching: Contributions of Teacher Beliefs, Novel Curriculum and Professional Development. (Available from the American Educational Research Association, CD # 270)

Fletcher, J.M. (January 4, 2005). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research. Santa Fe Independent School District, Santa Fe, TX.

Fletcher, J.M. (January 11, 2005). Multi-tiered reading instruction: Preventing reading disabilities and reading remediation in older students. West Valley School District, Yakima, WA.

Fletcher, J.M. (January 12, 2005). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research. Yakima School District, Yakima, WA.

Fletcher, J.M. (January 21, 2005). Can we cure dyslexia: Update on treating learning disabilities and learning and behavioral outcomes of traumatic brain injury. Masters of Pediatrics, University of Miami, Miami, FL.

Fletcher, J.M. (March 2, 2005). Re-authorizing learning disabilities: Response to instruction models for identification. Pennsylvania Association of School Psychologists, Harrisburg, PA.

Fletcher, J.M. (March 29, 2005). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research. Concord School District, Concord, NH.

Fletcher, J.M. (April 22, 2005). Re-authorizing learning disabilities: New approaches to identification and intervention. Office of Special Education, Mississippi Department of Education, Jackson, MS.

Fletcher, J.M. (May 13, 2005). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research. Mabank Independent School District, Mabank, TX.

Fletcher, J.M. (June 12-14, 2005). Neuropsychology of developmental disabilities. Montana Association of School Psychologists, Billings, MT.

Fletcher, J.M. (June 18, 2005). Neuropsychology of learning disabilities: A contemporary neuropsychological approach. American Academy of Neuropsychology, Minneapolis, MN.

Fletcher, J.M. (June 21, 2005). Re-authorizing learning disabilities: Strategies for prevention and remediation. Midwest Education Leadership Conference, Breckinridge, CO.

Fletcher, J.M. (June 22, 2005). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research. OSPI Conference, Wenatchee, WA.

Fletcher, J.M. (August 2, 2005). Re-authorizing learning disabilities: Accounting for better outcomes and multi-tiered reading instruction: Linking general education and special education. Michigan Association of Administrators of Special Education, Tranverse City, MI.

Fletcher, J.M. (August 16-18, 2005). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research. OSPI Conference, Spokane, WA.

Fletcher, J.M. (August 29, 2005). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research and reading disabilities for older students: Remediation is not enough. .Merrimack Public Schools, Manchester, NH.

Fuchs, D., McMaster, K. L., & S enz, L. (June, 2005). Scaling Up Peer Assisted Learning Strategies to Strengthen Reading Achievement. Reading Comprehension Third Annual Principal Investigators Meeting, Institute of Educational Sciences, Washington, DC.

Gray, M.E., Nguyen, T.T., & Speitel, T.W. (2005, April). Developing and implementing an alternative version of FAST professional development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Hamel, L. (2005). Gradebook. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Quebec.

Hamel, L., & Schank, P. (2005). A wizard to create task templates in the PADI design system. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Quebec.

Hapgood, S., Palincsar, A.S., Kucan, L., Gelpi-Lomangino, A. & Khasnabis, D. (2005). Investigating a New Measure of Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Teaching Informational Text Comprehension. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

Haynie, K.C., Lash, A., Haertel, G.D., Quellmalz, E., & DeBarger, A. (2005). Using the PADI design system to examine the features of a NAEP performance assessment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Quebec.

Heiner, C., Beck, J., & Mostow, J. (2005, July 18-22). When do students interrupt help? Effects of individual differences. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED 2005), Amsterdam, 819-826. Note: This paper was accepted as a poster, but due to a publishing error, the printed proceedings include the original submitted version instead of the 3-page revised version. Click here for PDF of 3-page accepted version.. Click here for PDF of 8-page published version.

Hunt, E. and T. Madhyastha (2005). Data mining patterns of thought. Presentation at The Twentieth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), Pittsburgh, PA.

Janczyk, J., & Greene, E, Braisted, M. J., Romance, N. R. & Vitale, M. R. (March-April, 2005). Using journals to facilitate meaningful learning in science with reading comprehension. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association. Dallas, TX.

Kennedy, C., Timms, M., Long, K., & Ketchner, S., & Bluestein, D. (2005). FOSS: Using PADI to develop an online self-assessment system. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Quebec.

Kennedy, C., & Wilson, M. (2005). Models and tools for drawing inferences from student work. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Quebec.

Kraus, P. (2005). Introduction to a diagnostic learning environment. Presentation at the Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), Dallas, TX.

Kraus, P., S. Williamson, et al. (2005). Implementing a Diagnostic Learning Environment Workshop for a consortium of School Districts around Seattle, Institute for Systems Biology, Seattle, WA.

Landry, S., Swank, P., Anthony, J. L., & Monsegue-Bailey, P. (2005, August). Preliminary findings supporting the effectiveness of comprehensive professional development programs for prekindergarten teachers of at-risk children!. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Interagency Education Research Initiative. Washington, DC.

Lawton, B. (2005, April). The differential effects of two versions of professional development on teachers self-efficacy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Lawton, B. (2005, October). The differential effects of two versions of professional development on teachers self-efficacy after one year of program implementation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Toronto, Canada.

Leana, C., Ghitulescu, B. & Pil, F. A multi-level analysis of turnover in urban public schools, National meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2005.

Lee, J.J., & Vendlinski, T. P. (2005, April). Computer-guided assessment design. In F. C. Sloane & J. W. Pellegrino (co-Chairs), Moving technology up-design requirements for valid, effective classroom and large-scale assessment. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Lynch, S., & O'Donnell, C. (2005, April). Examining the fidelity of implementation of highly rated middle school science curriculum materials. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Lynch, S., & O'Donnell, C. (2005, April). The role of fidelity of implementation in experimental and quasi-experimental research designs: Applications in four studies of innovative science curriculum materials and diverse student populations. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

McMaster, K.L., S enz, L., Fuchs, D., Fuchs, L. S., & Yen, L. (July, 2005). Improving student reading achievement with Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies. Office of Special Education Programs Project Directors Meeting, Washington, DC.

McMaster, K.N., Saenz, L.M, Fuchs, D., & Yen, L. (2005). A Randomized Controlled Study of Teacher Supports to Scale Up and Sustain an Evidence-Based Reading Program, Office of Special Education Programs Project Director's Conference, Washington, DC.

McNeil, N.M., Weinberg, A., Alibali, M. W., & Knuth, E. J. (2005, April). Children's prior knowledge of letters influences their interpretation of algebraic expressions. Poster session presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, Georgia.

Metz, K.E. (2005). Between intended and enacted curriculum: Teachers conceptualization of the problematic. Paper presented in Symposium on Advances in Elementary Science Teaching: Contributions of Teacher Beliefs, Novel Curriculum and Professional Development. (Available from the American Educational Research Association, CD # 270).

Minstrell, J. (2005). Facets and Facet clusters: A classroom assessment framework. Presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal.

Minstrell, J., P. Kraus, et al. (2005). Using Facets and Facet clusters to design diagnostic assessments. Presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal.

Minstrell, J.E., J. Minstrell, and T. Madhyastha (2005). The Diagnoser Project demonstration. Presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal.

Mislevy, R.J. & Haertel, G.D. (2005). Overview of the PADI design system. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Quebec.

Mislevy, R.J. & Riconscente, M.M. (2005). On layers and objects in assessment design. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Quebec.

Mostow, J., & Beck, J. (2005). Micro-analysis of fluency gains in a Reading Tutor that listens: Wide vs. repeated guided oral reading. Talk at Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading. Toronto. Click here to download PowerPoint presentation.

Nathan, M.J., (2005, September). Further results supporting the transition from arithmetic to algebraic reasoning. Poster presentation at the Interagency Education Research Initiative (IERI) Meeting, Washington, DC.

Nathan, M.J., (2005, October). Teachers use of grounded communication. Presentation to the School of Education, University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

Nathan, M.J. & Bieda, K. (May, 2005). Revealing Students' Understanding of Graphs Through Gesture & Metaphor. Paper presented to the STAAR (Supporting the Transition from Arithmetic to Algebraic Reasoning) annual meeting. Estes Park, CO.

Nathan, M.J. & Kim, Sunae. (May, 2005). Representational Fluency. Paper presented to the STAAR (Supporting the Transition from Arithmetic to Algebraic Reasoning) annual meeting. Estes Park, CO.

Nathan, M.J. & Kim, Suyeon. (May, 2005). How Teacher Mitigated Feedback Fosters Classroom Learning. Paper presented to the STAAR (Supporting the Transition from Arithmetic to Algebraic Reasoning) annual meeting. Estes Park, CO.

Niemi, D., & Baker, E.L. (2005, April). Reconceiving assessment shortfalls: System requirements needed to produce learning. In F. C. Sloane & J. W. Pellegrino (co-Chairs), Moving technology up-design requirements for valid, effective classroom and large-scale assessment. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Niemi, D. (2005, April). Assessment objects for domain-independent and domain specific assessment. In F. C. Sloane & J. W. Pellegrino (co-Chairs), Moving technology up-design requirements for valid, effective classroom and large-scale assessment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Niemi, D. (2005, September). Making evidence-based practice a reality in schools and classrooms. In R. Young (Chair). Symposium conducted at the annual CRESST conference. Los Angeles: University of California, National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing.

Niemi, D., Wang, J., de Vries Adreani, L. F., Lee, J. J., & Vendlinkski, T. P. (2005, April). Computer-guided assessment design and delivery: Two demonstrations. In J. H. Earle (Chair). Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Rebecca L. McNall & Joseph LaMothe (2005). Virtual Inquiry-based Physics for Teachers: Temperature and Heat; Presentation at the Mid Atlantic Association for Science Teacher Education annual meeting; Breaks, VA, October 28 & 29, 2005.

Reeder, K., Early, M., Kendrick, M., Shapiro, J., & Wakefield, J. (2005, April). The Role of L1 in Young Multilingual Readers' Success With a Computer-Based Reading Tutor. Fifth International Symposium on Bilingualism, Barcelona, Spain.

Romance, N.R., & Vitale, M.R. (April, 2005). Building teacher expertise and leadership as a form of scale-up capacity development in school reform. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Romance, N.R., Vitale, M.R., & Klentschy, M. (April, 2005). Enhancing the time allocated to elementary science instruction by linking reading comprehension to science: Implications of a knowledge-based model. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Dallas, TX.

Romance, N.R. & Vitale, M.R. (April, 2005). Increasing instructional time for meaningful learning in science and reading comprehension: Research findings and implications for curricular policy. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association, Dallas, TX.

Romance, N.R. & Vitale, M.R. (March-April, 2005). Science IDEAS: A model for improving reading comprehension through meaningful science learning in grades 3-5. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association, Dallas, TX.

Romance, N.R., % Vitale, M.R. (March-April, 2005). Building Principal Advocacy for Integrating Science and Language Arts/Reading Instruction in Grades 3-5. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association, Dallas, TX.

Romance, N.R., Vitale, M.R., Greene, E., Hamstra, J. & McKie, A. (March-April, 2005). Science IDEAS: Combining six elements to produce students who are eager and motivated to do and learn science as well as comprehend written text-based materials. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association. Dallas, TX.

Romance, N.R., Vitale, M., & Greene, E. (March-April, 2005). What works? Keys to principal leadership to support Science IDEAS: A research-based elementary science program situated in an urban setting. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Science Teachers Association. Dallas, TX.

Romance, N.R., Vitale, E., & Greene, E. (May, 2005). A knowledge-focused method for building knowledge and reading comprehension in upper elementary readers. Presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association. San Antonio, TX.

Sanders, M.G.: Helping Low-Performing Schools Leave No Child Behind: A Case Study in District Leadership for School, Family, and Community Partnerships.

Sanders, M.G. Partnerships in an Urban High School: Meeting the Parent Involvement Requirements of No Child Left Behind.

Sarmiento, J., Cakir, M., (2005). Virtual Math Teams: Design Research for Effective Collaborative Learning of Mathematics. Poster presented at the first i-Conference 2005, Penn State University, State College, PA.

Sarmiento, J., Trausan-Matu, S., & Stahl, G. (2005). "Co-constructed narratives in online, collaborative mathematics problem solving." Paper presented at the international conference on AI in Education (AI-Ed 2005), Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Sarmiento, J., Trausan-Matu, S., & Stahl, G. (2005). "Dialogical perspectives on narratives in collaborative mathematics problem-solving." Paper presented at the International Symposium on Organizational Learning and Knowledge Work Management (OL-KWM 2005), Bucharest, Romania.

Sheldon, S.B. Getting families involved with NCLB: Factors affecting schools enactment of federal policy. Sociology of Education Section No Child Left Behind Conference conducted at the ASA meetings.

Sheldon, S.B: Schools Enactments of NCLB Requirements for Family and Community Involvement in Students Learning: Tracking Progress and Identifying Predictors.

Songer, N.B. (2005). Longitudinal development of complex reasoning in science: Evidence from Detroit. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC.

Songer, N.B. (2005). Technology as a cognitive tool for e-learning in today's classrooms. Paper presented at the conference on Internet, Processing, Systems and Interdisciplinary. Pescara, Italy.

Songer, N. (2005). The invisible challenge of scholarly research. Invited address at the annual meeting of Principal Investigators of IERI Projects, Alexandria, VA.

Songer, N.B., & Gotwals, A. (2005). BioKIDS: The design, measurement, and modeling of complex tasks and students' reasoning with PADI. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association. Montreal, Quebec.

Songer, N.B. (2005) Congressional Testimony: Challenges to American Competitiveness in Math and Science. Committee on Education and the Workforce, Subcommittee on 21st Century Competitiveness. United States House of Representatives. http://edworkforce.house.gov/hearings/109th/21st/mathscience051905/songer.htm

Stahl, G., Weimar, S., Shumar, W., Cakir, M., Sarmiento, J., Toledo, R., et al. (2005). "Virtual Math teams; Quantitative analysis of interaction patterns in chat; Conversation analysis of problem-solving methods in chat; Designing software to support collaborative math learning." Four posters presented at the international conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL 2005), Taipei, Taiwan.

Stahl, G. (2005). "Group cognition in online collaborative mathematics problem solving." Paper presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI 2005), Nicosia, Cyprus.

Stahl, G. (2005). "Group cognition: The collaborative locus of agency in CSCL." Paper presented at the international conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL '05), Taipei, Taiwan.

Stahl, G. (2005). "Sustaining online collaborative problem solving with math proposals." Paper presented at the International Conference on Computers and Education (ICCE 2005), Singapore, Singapore.

Stahl, G., Weimar, S., Fetter, A., & Sarmiento, J. (2005). "Virtual Math teams: Studying and supporting online collaborative problem-solving." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM 2005), Anaheim, CA.

Stahl, G. (2005). "Measurement challenges for collaborative learning research: Discussant." Paper presented at the Eleventh Biannual Conference of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI 2005), Nicosia, Cyprus.

Stein, M.K., Remillard, J., & Smith, M.S. How curriculum influences student learning. Paper presented at the research pre-session of the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Anaheim, CA. 2005.

Stein, M.K., & Coburn, C.E. Districts use of instructional guidance systems in mathematics. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, 2005

Stein, M.K. Improving instruction at scale: Teacher learning as situated within schools and Districts. Presentation at Michigan State University, March, 2005.

Strijbos, J.W., & Stahl, G. (2005). "Problem solving through chat: Beyond dyadic interaction." Paper presented at the Eleventh Biannual Conference of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI 2005), Nicosia, Cyprus.

Sutherland, S. Facilitating organizational learning: Understanding social networks in schools. Presented at the American Evaluation Association, Toronto, ON. 2005.

Taum, A.K.H., & Brandon, P.R. (2005, April). Coding teachers in inquiry science classrooms using the Inquiry Science Observation Guide. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal.

Taum, A.K.H., & Brandon, P.R. (2005, October). The development of the Inquiry Science Observation Code Sheet. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, Toronto.

The 83rd Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Anaheim, CA, April, 2005. PreK Mathematics Across Diverse Settings--Issues of Scaling Up.

Van Voorhis, F.L. Experimental Study of the Effects of TIPS Interactive Homework on Student Achievement in Math, Reading/Language Arts, and Science. Presentation and training workshops in Chattanooga, TN.

Vendlinski, T.P. (2005, September). What's the "Big Idea"? Presentation to the NATO Task Group on Advanced Authoring, Capabilities and Opportunities. Los Angeles, CA.

Vendlinski, T.P. (2005, September). Teaching to the "Big Ideas": Moving beyond the standards. In S. Nagashima (Chair), Innovative Measures of Learning and Instruction. Symposium conducted at the 2005 CRESST Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Vitale, M.R., Romance, N.R., Greene, E., Hamstra, J. (April, 2005). A multi-phase model for scaling up a research-validated instructional intervention: Implications for leadership of systemic educational reform. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Vitale, M.R., & Romance, N.R. (October, 2005). The role of context in programmatic research design: AN interdisciplinary perspective. Presented to the Second International Conference on Foundations for Language and Science Literacy Research: Gold Standards of Quality Research in Science Literacy, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC.

Warren, J.L. (2005). Examining the contribution of facilitated professional development to innovative science teaching in primary grade classrooms. Paper presented in Symposium on Advances in Elementary Science Teaching: Contributions of Teacher Beliefs, Novel Curriculum and Professional Development. (Available from the American Educational Research Association, CD # 270).

Zemel, A. (2005). "Texts-in-interaction: Collaborative problem-solving in quasi-synchronous computer-mediated communication." Paper presented at the International Conference of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL 05), Taipei, Taiwan.

Zemel, A., & Koschmann, T. (2005). "Understanding-as-participation: A single case analysis of a problem-based learning meeting." Paper presented at the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Conference (IIEMCA 2005), Waltham, MA.

Zemel, A., Xhafa, F., & Cakir, M. (2005). "What's in the mix? Combining coding and conversation analysis to investigate chat-based problem-solving." Paper presented at the 11th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI 2005), Nicosia, Cyprus.

Zemel, A., Xhafa, F., & Stahl, G. (2005). "Analyzing the organization of collaborative math problem-solving in online chats using statistics and conversation analysis." Paper presented at the CRIWG International Workshop on Groupware, Racife, Brazil.

 
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Baker, E. L. (2004, January). Assessment transformation: Addressing learning and transfer. Presentation to the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Baker, E. L. (2004, February). Beyond gee whiz technology-minded assessment. Presentation at American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting in the session Integrating Technology with Cognitive Science to Improve Assessment and Learning, Seattle, WA.

Baker, E. L. (2004, March). Assessing and monitoring performance across time and place. Presentation at the U.S. Department of Education Secretary s No Child Left Behind Leadership Summits Empowering Accountability and Assessment Using Technology, St. Louis, MO.

Baker, E. L. (2004, March). Learning, assessment, and accountability: Priorities for educational reform. Presentation to the British Columbia Ministry of Education Conference Public Education in BC and the World, Victoria, BC.

Baker, E. L. (2004, July). Evaluation and assessment. Presentation at the American Association of School Administrators Summer Institute for Rural and Suburban School System Leaders Stand Up for Public Education: Taking the Next Steps, Dana Point, CA.

Baker, E. L. (2004, July). Research and assessment of learning outcomes. Presentation at the Hewlett Foundation Games for Improving K-12 Learning Meeting, Menlo Park, CA.

Baker, E. L. (2004, September). Toward multipurpose test design for accountability and improvement. In L. Winters (Chair). Symposium conducted at the annual CRESST conference, Los Angeles.

Baker, E. L. (2004, October). Future of assessment. Presentation at the Air Force Research Laboratory Future of Learning, Instruction, Assessment and Performance Technology Symposium, Mesa, AZ.

Beck, J. E., Sison, J., & Mostow, J. (2004, June 27-30). Using automated speech recognition to measure scaffolding and learning effects of word identification interventions in a computer tutor that listens. Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Click here to download Powerpoint poster.

Buckley, B. C., Gerlits, B., Goldberg-Mansfield, A., & Swiniarski, M. J. (2004). The impact of BioLogica usage in classrooms on student learning outcomes. Paper presented at the National Association for Research on Science Teaching, Vancouver, BC.

Buckley, B. C., Gobert, J. D., Gerlits, B., Goldberg, A., & Swiniarski, M. J. (2004). Assessing Model-Based Learning in BioLogica. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Collazos, C., Pino, J., Guerrero, L., Stahl, G., & Ochoa, S. (2004). "A model and a game for investigating, designing and teaching collaborative learning." Poster presented at the Sixth International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS '04), Los Angeles, CA.

DeBoer, G., Morris, K., Roseman, J. E., Wilson, L., Capraro, M. M., Capraro, R., Kulm, G., Willson, V., & Manon, J. (2004, April). Research issues in the improvement of mathematics teaching and learning through professional development. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. Retrieved May 15, 2006, from http://www.project2061.org/publications/articles/IERI/aera20 04.htm.

Denton, C.A., & Anthony, J.L. (February, 2004). Intensive reading intervention for “treatment resistors” and students with severe reading difficulties. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Fletcher, J.M. (March 5, 2004). Alternative approaches to LD: Response to intervention and multi-tiered interventions. Department of Pediatrics, University of Miami, Miami, FL.

Fletcher, J.M. (September 16, 2004). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research. Tacoma School District, Tacoma, WA.

Fletcher, J.M. (October 8, 2004). Re-envisioning reading and learning disabilities. The HELP Group, Sherman Oaks, CA.

Fletcher, J.M. (October 16, 2004). The brain and reading instruction: Integrating neurobiological and instructional research in public policy. Houston Branch - International Dyslexia Association, Houston, TX.

Fletcher, J.M. (October 19, 2004). Learning disabilities: New approaches to identification and intervention. Detroit Metro Public Schools, Detroit, MI.

Fletcher, J.M. (October 20, 2004). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research. Monroe County Public Schools, Monroe, MI.

Fletcher, J.M. (October 29, 2004). Reading research: What we know and how to use it effectively. New Hampshire School Administration Association, Concord, NH.

Fletcher, J.M. (November 3, 2004). Multi-tiered reading instruction: Linking general education and special education. International Dyslexia Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Fletcher, J.M. (November 8, 2004). Re-envisioning learning disabilities: New approaches to identification and intervention. British Columbia Association of School Psychologists, Vancouver British Columbia.

Fletcher, J.M. (November 11, 2004). Rethinking special education: The importance of multi-tiered reading instruction. Region X Education Service Center, Dallas, TX.

Fletcher, J.M. (November 29, 2004). Preventing and remediating reading disabilities: What we know from research. Cumberland Public Schools, Cumberland, MD.

Gobert, J., Buckley, B., & Clarke, J. E. (2004). Scaffolding model-based reasoning: Representations, cognitive affordances, and learning outcomes. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Gobert, J., Buckley, B., Dede, C., Horwitz, P., Wilensky, U., & Levy, S. (2004). Modeling Across the Curriculum (MAC): Technology, Pedagogy, Assessment, & Research. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Gotwals, A. W. & Songer, N. B. (2004). A systematic scheme for measuring inquiry skills across curricular units. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Haertel, G. (2004). Design patterns for assessing science inquiry. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Haertel, G. (2004). Conceptualizing Scale-Up: Multidisciplinary Perspectives -- Discussant: PADI perspective on development of a technology to support assessment design. Invited address. IERI PI Meeting. Washington, DC.

Klamma, R., Rohde, M., Stahl, G., & Wulf, V. (2004). "Community-based learning workshop: Explorations into theoretical groundings, empirical findings and computer support." Workshop presented at the Sixth International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS '04), Los Angeles, CA.

Koedinger, K. R., Nathan, M. J., & Alibali, M. (2004, April). Teachers’ knowledge and beliefs about students’ development of algebraic reasoning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Koschmann, T., Stahl, G., & Zemel, A. (2004). "The video analyst's manifesto (or the implications of Garfinkel's policies for the development of a program of video analytic research within the learning sciences)." Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2004), Los Angeles, CA.

Kuipers, J. (2004, April). "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. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Kupermintz, H. & Nathan, M. J. (April, 2004). Developmental differences in representational fluency: Evidence for relational and instance-based methods for reasoning about patterns. Presentation to the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. San Diego, CA.

Lee, J. J. (2004, September). Technology tools and what they tell us: The Assessment Design and Delivery System (ADDS) and the Quality School Portfolio (QSP). Paper presented at the Annual CRESST conference. Los Angeles: University of California, National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing.

Minstrell, J. (2004). Building on what students know. Presentation at National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), Seattle, WA.

Mislevy, R., & Haertel, G. (2004). Overview of the Principled Assessment Designs for Inquiry (PADI) project. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Mislevy, R., Murphy, R., Wilson, M., & Kennedy, C. (2004). Next steps for the PADI project. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Mostow, J. (2004, July 22). If I Have a Hammer: Computational Linguistics in a Reading Tutor that Listens [Invited keynote address]. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics (ACL-EACL 2004), Barcelona, Spain. Click here to download Powerpoint presentation.

Mostow, J., Beck, J. E., & Heiner, C. (2004). Which Help Helps? Effects of Various Types of Help on Word Learning in an Automated Reading Tutor that Listens. Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Click here to download Powerpoint presentation.

Nathan, M. J. (April, 2004). Chair and Organizer of Symposium: Supporting middle school teachers to assist students make the transition from arithmetic to algebraic reasoning. American Educational Research Association annual meeting. San Diego, CA.

Nathan, M. J. (2004, September). Supporting the transition from arithmetic to algebraic reasoning. Poster session presented at the Interagency Education Research Initiative (IERI) meeting, Washington, DC.

Nathan, M. J., Koedinger, K. R., & Alibali, M. W. (April, 2004). Confronting teachers’ beliefs about algebra development: investigating an approach for professional development. Presentation to the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. San Diego, CA.

Niemi, D., Vendlinski, T. P., & Wang, J. (November, 2004). Computer guided assessment design: Assessing complex learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the California Educational Research Association, Pasadena, CA.

O'Donnell, C., Kuipers, J., & Lynch, S. (2004, April). When numbers get in the way of student understanding in science: An ethnographic case study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Riconscente, M., & Haydel, A. (2004). The role of task templates in assessment design. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Romance, N. R. (September, 2004). Embedding knowledge-focused reading comprehension into cumulative science learning in grades 3-5: Theoretical perspectives, research findings, and implications for policy. Presented at the Reading and Writing in Science International Conference and Retreat, University of Missouri- St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.

Romance, N. R., & Vitale, M. R. (2004). Understanding the problem of subject-matter reading comprehension: Why children are left behind at the secondary level. Paper presented to the Literacy in Teaching Conference, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

Rosenquist, A. & Hurst, K. (2004). Scientific modeling, inquiry, and assessment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Schank, P., & Hamel, L. (2004). Collaborative modeling: Hiding UML and promoting data examples in NEMo. Presentation at the Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW) conference.

Schank, P., Hamel, L., & Kennedy, C. (2004). Technology underlying task templates in the PADI assessment design system. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Sheldon, S. B. Testing the Effects of School, Family, and Community Partnership Programs on Student Outcomes.

Songer, N. B. (April, 2004). Persistence of inquiry: Evidence of complex reasoning among inner city middle school students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Songer, N.B. (2004). Evidence of complex reasoning among inner city middle school students. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. San Diego, CA.

Songer, N. B. (2004). The BioKIDS Research Project/ Interagency Education Research Association (IERI). Invited address. Project Director's Meeting, Alexandria, VA, Sept. 9.

Songer, N. B., Wenk, A., & Long, K. (2004). Examples of task templates from two inquiry curricula. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Stahl, G. (2004). "Collaborating with relational references [contribution to the workshop on representational support for knowledge building discourse]". Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA 04), San Diego, CA.

Stahl, G. (2004). "Thinking at the group unit of analysis." Paper presented at the CSCL SIG Symposium of the European Union Kaleidoscope Network of Analysis (KAL '04). Lausanne, Switzerland.

Stahl, G. (2004). "Collaborating with relational references [contribution to the workshop on representational support for knowledge building discourse]." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA 04), San Diego, CA.

Stahl, G. (2004). "Thinking at the group unit of analysis." Paper presented at the CSCL SIG Symposium of the European Union Kaleidoscope Network of Analysis (KAL '04), Lausanne, Switzerland.

Stahl, G., Shumar, W., & Weimar, S. (2004). "Diversity in virtual math teams." Poster presented at the Sixth International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS '04), Los Angeles, CA.

Stephens, A. C., Grandau, L., Asquith, P., Knuth, E., & Alibali, M. (2004, April). Developing teachers’ attention to students’ algebraic reasoning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Vitale, M. R., & Romance, N. R. (September, 2004). Paradigmatic perspectives for reforming the relationships between meaningful comprehension in reading: New frontiers for an interdisciplinary research agenda. Presented at the Reading and Writing in Science International Conference and Retreat, University of Missouri- St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.

Vitale, M. R., & Romance, N. R., (April, 2004). Science IDEAS: Integrating science and reading comprehension. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, San Francisco, CA.

Weinberg, A., Stephens, A. C., McNeil, N. M., Krill, D. E., Knuth, E. J., & Alibali, M. W. (2004, April). Students' initial and developing conceptions of variables. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Yildirim S., Khurana S., Landes M., Lawyer, L., Andersen E. and Narayanan S., "Analyzing the interplay between spoken language and gestural cues in conversational child-machine interactions in pre/early literate age groups," InSTIL/ICALL Symposium 2004 NLP and Speech Technologies in Advanced Language Learning Systems, June 2004 Venice, Italy.

 
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Ambrose, R. C., & Vincent, C. (2003). Blending mathematics learning with an early field experience: What do prospective elementary school teachers learn? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Anthony, J., Foorman, B., Francis, D., Griffin, J., Perfetti, C., & Fletcher, J. (April 27, 2003).The effects of context and repetition on word decidability and reading strategy usage. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) in Tampa, FL.

Baker, E. L. (2003). Improving accountability models by using technology-enabled knowledge systems (TEKS). Paper prepared for the Education Commission of the States, Denver, CO.

Baker, E. L. (2003). Improving accountability models by using technology-enabled knowledge systems (TEKS). Paper prepared for the Education Commission of the States, Denver, CO.

Baker, E. L. (2003, April). Evidence-based interventions: What then and now what? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. In M. Constas session 48.010 PRES-59, Advancing the Scientific Investigation of Large Scale Interventions: The Interagency Education Research Initiative (Presidential Invited Session), Chicago.

Baker, E. L. (2003, May). Pull and push assessment transformation. Presentation at The Learning Federation s Learner Modeling and Assessment Workshop, Seattle, WA.

Baker, E. L. (2003, November). Principles for measuring scaling up. Presentation for the IERI, NORC conference Conceptualizing Scale-Up: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Washington, DC.

Baker, E. L. (2003, November). Transforming performance: Technology, testing, accountability and improvement. Presentation at the Syfr Corporation seminar: Technology: A Tool for Educational Innovation, San Antonio, TX.

Calfee, R.C., & Miller, R.G. (2003). Writing: Mirrors and Lenses to Tap Understanding. To be presented at Reading Research 2003 Conference; International Reading Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Calfee, R.C., & Miller, R.G. (2003). Embedding Reading and Writing Instruction in the Content Area. Paper presented at AERA National Convention, Chicago, IL.

Chudowsky, N., Morrison, A., Schank, P., & Hamel, L. (April, 2003). The role of design patterns in assessment design. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago,IL.

Chudowsky, N. (April, 2003). Principled assessment designs for inquiry. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Denton, C.A. (October, 2003). High intensity intervention for students with severe reading difficulties, In R. Lyon (Chair), Current Findings from the NICHD and IERI Reading Research Programs, Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Council for Learning Disabilities, Seattle.

Denton, C.A., Mathes, P.G., Simos, P.G., & Grek, M. (February, 2003). The effects of two early reading interventions on reading achievement and brain activation patterns. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Dolan, M. F., Pisapia, J., Vitale, M. R., & Romance, N. R. (April, 2003). The call for scientific research in education: A broader perspective for school reform. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Il.

Fletcher, J.M. (November 6, 2003). How children learning to read and why some fail: Integrating research on reading development, instruction, and the brain. Distinguished Lecture, Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin.

Haertel, G.D. & Mislevy, R. (April, 2003). Overview of the Principled Assessment Design for Inquiry (PADI) Project. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Horwitz, P. (2003, Fall). The Concord Consortium Portal. @concord, 7.

Horwitz, P. (2003, Spring). Modeling Across the Curriculum. @concord, 7.

Kinzer, C., Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W. H. (2003). CTELL: Case technologies in literacy learning. Reading Research 2003; one-day research conference preceding IRA’s 48th annual convention.

Kirschner, P., Kreijns, K., Jarvela, S., Derks, R., Tu, C.-H., & Stahl, G. (2003). "Is computer supported collaborative learning asocial?" Panel presented at the International Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL 2003), Bergen, Norway.

Labbo, L. D. (2003). Computers, kids, teachers, and literacy instruction: Practical ideas from classrooms (and would you believe that they are all supported by research?). Keynote speech for the Wisconsin State Reading Association Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

Labbo, L. D., Teale, W. H., Kinzer, C. K., and Leu, D. J. (2003). Kids, computers, and literacy learning: Stepping into K-3 classroom. Featured technology speech at the 48th annual meeting of the International Reading Association Conference, Orlando, FL.

Lynch, S., Kuipers, J., Pyke, C., & Szesze, M. (2003). Examining the effects of a highly rated science curriculum unit on diverse student populations: Results from a planning grant. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching.

Mathes, P. (April, 2003). Preventing and remediating remedial reading difficulties (Presidential Invited Session). American Educational Research Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Miller, R.G. (2003). Teacher and student change as a result of instruction in metacognitive and discourse strategies. Paper Presented at AERA National Convention, Chicago, IL.

Mislevy, R., Wilson, M., & Murphy, R. (April, 2003). Next Steps for the PADI Project. Paper presented at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL.

Mislevy, R., Rosenquist, A. & Quellmalz, E. (August, 2003). How Do You Design Assessments for Inquiry in Science? Paper presented at the conference on Optimizing State and Classroom Tests: Implications of Cognitive Research.

Mostow, J., & Beck, J. (2003, November 3-4). When the Rubber Meets the Road: Lessons from the In-School Adventures of an Automated Reading Tutor that Listens. Conceptualizing Scale-Up: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Park Hyatt Hotel, Washington, D.C.

Mostow, J., & Beck, J. E. (2003, July 20-24). Project LISTEN's Reading Tutor: Interactive Event Description. Supplemental Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED2003), Sydney, Australia. Download paper in pdf format.

Mostow, J., Beck, J. E., & Valeri, J. (2003, June 22). Can Automated Emotional Scaffolding Affect Student Persistence? A Baseline Experiment. Workshop on "Assessing and Adapting to User Attitudes and Affect: Why, When and How?" at the 9th International Conference on User Modeling (UM'03), Johnstown, PA. Download paper in pdf format.

Mostow, J., Beck, J., Bey, J., Cuneo, A., Sison, J., & Tobin, B. (2003, June 12-15). An Embedded Experiment to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Vocabulary Previews in an Automated Reading Tutor. Talk presented at Tenth Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Studies of Reading, Boulder, CO. Download Powerpoint presentation.

Nathan, M. J. (February, 2003). The Expert Blind Spot in teacher cognition. University of Illinois-Chicago, Cognitive Psychology Department.

Nathan, M. J. & Petrosino, A. (April, 2003). Views of algebra development among pre-service teachers with advanced and basic mathematics knowledge: Evidence for expert blind spot. Presentation to the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. Chicago, IL.

Niemi, D. (2003, April). Assessment design using ontologies: Linking assessments, cognitive demands, and content. Presentation at American Education Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Quellmalz, E., Rosenquist, A., Butler Songer, N., Wenk, A., & Long, K. (April, 2003). Examples of design patterns from various curricula. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL.

Romance, N. R., Vitale, M. R., & Dolan, M. F. (April, 2003). Interdisciplinary perspectives for broadening the scientific research base in science education. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Il.

Romance, N. R., Vitale, M. R., & Dolan, M. F. (April, 2003). Interdisciplinary perspectives for broadening the scientific research base in science education. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Il.

Romance, N. R., Vitale, M. R., & Dolan, M. (June, 2003). A research-based perspective for expanding time for teaching science in elementary schools: Implications for changing curricular policy and practice. Paper presented at the European Science Education Research Association, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.

Stahl, G. (2003). "Knowledge negotiation in asynchronous learning networks." Paper presented at the Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS '03), Hawaii, HA.

Stahl, G. (2003). "Meaning and interpretation in collaboration." Paper presented at the international conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL '03). Bergen, Norway.

Stahl, G. (2003). "Can shared knowledge exceed the sum of its parts?" Paper presented at the Communities & Technology Conference (C&T 2003), Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Stahl, G. (2003). "From computational artifact to cognitive artifact: A micro-ethnographic analysis of students building collaborative knowing about a rocket simulation." Paper presented at the 24th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Stahl, G. (2003). "Can community knowledge exceed its members'?" Paper presented at the International Conference on Groupware (GROUP '03), Sanibel Island, FL.

Stahl, G. (2003). "Can community knowledge exceed its members'?" [workshop position paper]. Paper presented at the International Conference on Groupware (GROUP '03), Sanibel Island, FL.

Stahl, G. (2003). "VMT: The virtual math teams project [poster]". Paper presented at the NSF NSDL Annual Project Meeting, Washington, DC.

Tam, Y.-C., Mostow, J., Beck, J., & Banerjee, S. (2003, September 1-4). Training a Confidence Measure for a Reading Tutor that Listens. Proc. 8th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech 2003), Geneva, Switzerland, 3161-3164. Download paper in Postscript format.

Vitale, M. R., Romance, N. R., & Dolan, M. F. (April, 2003). A knowledge-based framework for the classroom assessment of student science understanding. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Philadelphia, PA.

 
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Aist, G., Kort, B., Reilly, R., Mostow, J., & Picard, R. (2002, June 5-7). Adding Human-Provided Emotional Scaffolding to an Automated Reading Tutor that Listens Increases Student Persistence [Poster]. Sixth International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS'2002), Biarritz, France, 992. Download paper in pdf format. (c) Springer-Verlag.

Aist, G., Kort, B., Reilly, R., Mostow, J., & Picard, R. (2002, June 4). Experimentally Augmenting an Intelligent Tutoring System with Human-Supplied Capabilities: Adding Human-Provided Emotional Scaffolding to an Automated Reading Tutor that Listens. ITS 2002 Workshop on Empirical Methods for Tutorial Dialogue Systems, San Sebastian, Spain. Download paper in pdf format.

Aist, G. (2002, April 29). Helping Children Learn Vocabulary during Computer-Assisted Oral Reading: A Dissertation Summary [Poster presented as a Distinguished Finalist for the Outstanding Dissertation of the Year Award]. 47th Annual Convention of the International Reading Association, San Francisco, CA.

Ambrose, R. (2002). They all hate math: Getting beyond our stereotypes of prospective elementary school teachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Baker, E. L. (2002). The promise of technology-based assessment. Presentation at the IAETE/AEL symposium, Dallas, TX.

Baker, E. L. (2002b). Authoring and technology support for assessment design and interpretation. Presentation to the National Research Council, Board on Testing and Assessment, Woodshole, MA.

Baker, E. L. (2002, November). The promise of technology-based assessment. Presentation at the IAETE/AEL Symposium, Dallas, TX.

Beck, J. E. (2002). Directing Development Effort with Simulated Students. Sixth International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS'2002), Biarritz, France. Download paper in pdf format. (c) Springer-Verlag.

Bolger, D.J., Van Dyke, J., Landi, N., Perfetti, C.A., & Foorman, B. R. (June, 2002). What errors can tell us about representation and process: Investigating a quantitative theory of reading. Poster presentation at the 9th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Chicago, IL.

Calfee, R.C., & Miller, R.G. (2002). From start to finish: How to construct a really authentic writing assessment. Paper presented at Optimizing State and Classroom Tests: Implications of Cognitive Research for Assessments of Higher Order Reasoning in Subject-Matter Domains, University of Maryland College Park, MD.

Calfee, R.C., & Miller, R.G. (2002). Comprehension and composition: An integrative model and supportive finding. Presented to the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading Symposium on “Instruction on Reading Comprehension,” Chicago, IL.

Denton, C.A. & Mathes, P.G. (April, 2002) Responding to the “Nonresponders” in Two Early Literacy Interventions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, New York, NY.

Denton, C.A. & Mathes, P.G. (June, 2002) “Slow responders” in early literacy interventions. Invited paper presented at the annual meeting of National Dyslexia Research Foundation, Kona, Hawaii.

Denton, C.A., Mathes, P.G., & Schatschneider, C. (February, 2002) A comparison of measures for the early identification of at-risk readers. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Fletcher, J.M. (May 17, 2002). Neuropsychology of reading disabilities. Midwest Neuropsychology Society, Chicago, IL.

Fletcher, J.M. (June 5, 2002). Scaling up reading interventions. National Dyslexia Research Foundation, Kona, HI.

Fletcher, J.M. (July 5-28, 2002). Neuropsychology of dyslexia. Vivian Smith Advanced Studies Institute, Xylocastro, Greece.

Fletcher, J.M. (November 13-16, 2002). Operationalizing the concept of learning disabilities. 53rd Annual Conference, International Dyslexia Association, Atlanta, GA.

Foorman, B.R., Francis, D.J., & Griffin, J. (Feb. 9, 2002). Text decodability in beginning reading. Paper presented at the Pacific Coast Research Conference (PCRC), La Jolla, CA.

Foorman, B.R., Griffin, J., & Francis, D.J. (April 4, 2002). Text characteristics that influence reading development. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Griffin, J., Anthony, J., & Foorman, B.R., Schatschneider, C., & Francis, D. (June 29, 2002). Word decodability as a function of context and repetition. Poster presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Chicago, IL.

Kinzer, C, Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W. H. (2002). Best practices - teacher preparation - technology: Connections that enhance children’s literacy acquisition and reading achievement. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Kinzer, C., Labbo, L., Leu, D., & Teale, W. (2002). Effective use of classroom computers: Video examples from K-3 classrooms. Featured Speaker Presentation, 47th Annual meeting of International Reading Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Labbo, L. D. (2002). Readin’, writin’ and computin’: Classroom adventures in screenland. Preconference Institute presentation, 47th Annual meeting of the International Reading Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Labbo, L. D, Eakle, J., & Love, M. (2002). Overview of the case technologies enhancing literacy learning (CTELL) project - Making the complex visible. Paper presented at National Reading Conference, Miami, FL.

Labbo, L. D., & Love, M. (2002). Reconceptualizing classroom computer activities as semiotic acts. Paper presented at National Reading Conference, Miami, FL.

Landi, N., Van Dyke, J., Perfetti, C.A., and Foorman, B. (June, 2002). The causes and consequences of predictability. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Chicago IL.

Mathes, P.G. (April, 2002). Treatment resistance in reading: What does It mean? Special strand: Instructional practices improving reading outcomes and Reducing Reading Disabilities. Paper presented at Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, New York, NY.

Mathes, P.G., & Denton, C.A. (June, 2002). Slow-responders" in early literacy Interventions National Dyslexia Research Foundation Conference, Kona, HI.

Metz, K.E. (2002). The knowledge-building practices of scientists and in elementary school classrooms: Where are the differences problematic? Paper presented in the Symposium on Students Scientific Knowledge: Origins, Development and Pedagogical Goals. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. (New Orleans, LA, April 1-5).

Metz, K.E. (2002). How can instruction empower children's scientific inquiry? Report of an on-going classroom-based educational design experiment. Invitational Symposium Address to the Lawrence Hall of Science. Berkeley CA (March 5).

Mislevy, R. (July, 2002). Design patterns for assessing inquiry in science. Paper presented at invitational meeting on Technology and Assessment, Board of Testing and Assessment, Working Group. Washington DC: National Research Council.

Mislevy, R., Steinberg, L.S., Almond, R.G. & Haertel, G.D. (November, 2002). Leveraging points for improving educational assessments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA.

Mislevy, B. Chudowsky, N., Fried, R., Haertel, G., Hamel, L., Kennedy, C., Long, K., Morrison, M., Pena, P., Rosenquist, Al, Songer, N.B., Wenk, A. (2002) Design Patterns for Assessing Science Inquiry. Technical Report, SRI International. Menlo Park, CA.

Mostow, J., Beck, J., Chalasani, R., Cuneo, A., & Jia, P. (2002, October 14-16). Viewing and Analyzing Multimodal Human-computer Tutorial Dialogue: A Database Approach. Fourth IEEE International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI 2002), Pittsburgh, PA. Revised version of paper first presented at ITS 2002 Workshop on Empirical Methods for Tutorial Dialogue Systems, San Sebastian, Spain. Download paper in pdf format.

Mostow, J., Beck, J., Winter, S. V., Wang, S., & Tobin, B. (2002, September 16-20). Predicting oral reading miscues. Seventh International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP-02), Denver, CO. Download paper in pdf format.

Mostow, J., Aist, G., Bey, J., Burkhead, P., Cuneo, A., Junker, B., Rossbach, S., Tobin, B., Valeri, J., & Wilson, S. (2002, June 27-30). Independent practice versus computer-guided oral reading: Equal-time comparison of sustained silent reading to an automated reading tutor that listens. Ninth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Chicago, Illinois. Download paper in pdf format. Download Powerpoint presentation.

Mostow, J., Aist, G., Beck, J., Chalasani, R., Cuneo, A., Jia, P., & Kadaru, K. (2002, June 5-7). A La Recherche du Temps Perdu , or As Time Goes By: Where does the time go in a Reading Tutor that listens? Sixth International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS'2002), Biarritz, France. Download paper in pdf format. (c) Springer-Verlag.

Mostow, J., Beck, J., Chalasani, R., Cuneo, A., & Jia, P. (2002, June 4). Viewing and Analyzing Multimodal Human-computer Tutorial Dialogue: A Database Approach. ITS 2002 Workshop on Empirical Methods for Tutorial Dialogue Systems, San Sebastian, Spain. Download paper in .doc format. Download paper in pdf format.

Nathan, M. J. (April, 2002). Discussion of “The many facets of algebra.” Presentation to the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. New Orleans, LA.

Nathan, M. J. (December, 2002). Discussant for “What do we know and need to know about facilitated online learning for teacher professional development.” (Sharon Derry, Chair). Wisconsin Center for Education Research at the University of Wisconsin—Madison.

Niemi, D. (2002). Building a research-based authoring system. Presentation at annual CRESST advisory board meeting, Los Angeles, CA.

Niemi, D. (2002). Ontologies to support assessment, instruction and learning. Presentation at annual CRESST conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Romance, N. R., Vitale, M. R., Dolan, M., & Kalvaitis, L. (April, 2002). An empirical investigation of leadership and organizational issues associated with sustaining a successful school renewal initiative. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Romance, N. R., Vitale, M. R., Widergren, P., & Hameister, J. (May, 2002). Building content-area comprehension and literacy through an integrative curriculum strategy using reading, writing, and concept mapping strategies. Presented to the 12th European Conference on Reading. Dublin, Ireland.

Stahl, G. (2002). "The complexity of a collaborative interaction." Poster presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS '02), Seattle, WA.

Stahl, G. (2002). "Analyzing and representing the building of collaborative knowing." Workshop paper presented at the Computer Support for Cooperative Work (CSCW 2002), New Orleans, LA.

Teale, W. H., Leu, D. J., Labbo, L. D., & Kinzer, C. (2002). CTELL: A case-based approach to pre-service education for teaching reading in grades K-3. Invited paper presented at the Harvard Literacy Institute, Cambridge, MA.

Teale, W. H. (2002). A synthesis of principles and practices of effective early literacy instruction: The results of research reviews, a national survey, and interviews with teachers who use technology for literacy instruction in outstanding ways. World Congress of the International Reading Association, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Torgesen, J.K., Mathes, P. M., & Grek, M. L. (February, 2002). Effectiveness of an early intervention curriculum that is closely coordinated with the regular classroom reading curriculum. Paper presented at the Pacific Coast Research Conference, San Diego, CA.

Vitale, M., Romance, N. R., & Dolan, M (April, 2002). A rationale for improving school reform by expanding time for science teaching: Implications and opportunities for changing curricular policy and practice in elementary schools. Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, New Orleans, LA.

Vitale, M., Romance, N. R., & Dolan, M (April, 2002). A rationale for improving school reform by expanding time for science teaching: Implications and opportunities for changing curricular policy and practice in elementary schools. Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, New Orleans, LA.

Romance, N. R., & Vitale, M. R. (October, 2002). Knowledge-based instructional models as a framework for developing ontological perspectives in science learning: Implications for research and practice in science teaching and learning. Paper presented at the First International Conference on Philosophical, Psychological, and Linguistic Foundations for Language and Science Literacy Research, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC.

 
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Aist, G. S., Mostow, J., Tobin, B., Burkhead, P., Corbett, A., Cuneo, A., Junker, B., and Sklar, M. B. Computer-assisted oral reading helps third graders learn vocabulary better than a classroom control about as well as one-on-one human-assisted oral reading. In J. D. Moore, C. L. Redfield, and W. L. Johnson (Eds.), Artificial Intelligence in Education: AI-ED in the Wired and Wireless Future, pp. 267-277. Amsterdam: IOS Press. Presented at the Tenth Artificial Intelligence in Education (AI-ED) Conference,San Antonio, Texas, May 2001. Download paper in pdf format.

Baker, E.L. (2001). Authoring and technology support for assessment design and interpretation. Presentation to the National Research Council, Board on Testing and Assessment, Woodshole, MA.

Baker, E. L. & Niemi, D. (2001). Assessments to support the transition to complex learning in science. Presentation at IERI PI conference, Arlington, VA.

Bolger, D.J., Van Dyke, J., Perfetti, C.A., & Foorman, B. R. (June, 2001). Decoding skill and orthographic knowledge, perfect together. Poster presentation at the 8th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading.

Fletcher, J.M. (April 10, 2001). Reading disabilities: What we know from research. Grawemeyer Symposium Lecture, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.

Fletcher, J.M. (April 19, 2001). The brain and reading disabilities. Council for Exceptional Children, Kansas City, MO.

Fletcher, J.M. (May 31, 2001). Prevention of reading disabilities. Society for Prevention Research, Washington DC.

Fletcher, J.M. (August 15, 2001). Classification and definition of dyslexia. Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA.

Fletcher, J.M. (October 25, 2001). How successful interventions improve reading behavior and change the brain. Presentation at the International Dyslexia Association 52nd Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Fletcher, J.M. (November, 14, 2001). Scaling up reading interventions. IERI meeting, Washington DC.

Foorman, B., Perfetti, C.A., Seidenberg, M., Harm, M., & Francis, D. (April 12, 2001). What kind of text is a decodable text? And what kind of text is an authentic text? American Educational Research meeting, Seattle, WA.

Kinzer, C. K. & Cammack, D. W. (Dec, 2001). The potential of case-based instruction in preservice literacy education. Paper presented at the National Reading Conference. San Antonio, TX.

Labbo, L. D., & Teale, W. (2001). Figuring out how computers fit in: Practical classroom applications for K-3 computer-related literacy instruction. Featured speaker presentation at the 46th Annual meeting of International Reading Association annual conference, New Orleans, LA.

Leu, D. J. (November, 2001). New Literacies for New Times: Reading and Writing Instruction with the Internet. Keynote address at the New England Reading Association. Burlington, VT.

Leu, D. J. (December, 2001). The case for CTELL: Central issues facing pre-service teacher education in early literacy. Paper presented at the National Reading Conference. San Antonio, TX.

Leu, D. J., Ataya, R., Coiro, J., Kara-Soteriou, J., & Sulzen, J. (September, 2001) New literacies for new times: The changing nature of classroom literacy instruction as the Internet enters our classroom. An invited talk to the Connecticut Association of Reading Research. Hartford, CT.

Masarik, K. & Nathan, M. J. (April, 2001). The role of problem design when eliciting middle school students’ intuitive algebraic problem-solving strategies. Presentation to the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. Seattle (Session 5.56).

Mathes, P., Fletcher, J.M., Foorman, B.R., & Torgesen, J.K. (April 17, 2001). What’s next in reading disabilities intervention research: A discussion with leading researchers. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, Kansas City, MO.

Metz, K. E. (2001). Disentangling immutable from mutable constraints on children s scientific inquiry. Invitational symposium on Cognitive Developmental Research and Instructional Practice. Annual Meetings of the Cognitive Development Society. (Norfolk VA, Oct 26-27).

Metz. K. E. (2001). Elementary school children s statistical reasoning in science. Invited presentation at the American Statistical Association. Atlanta, GA. August 4- 8.

Metz, K.E. (2001). Children’s conceptualizations of uncertainty in empirical studies of their own design. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society (Berkeley CA, June 1-2).

Metz, K. E. (2001). First and second graders views concerning the generalizability of their findings. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association (Seattle, WA. April 9-13).

Metz, K. E. (2001). Use of educational design experiments for the purpose of disentangling developmental constraints from opportunity to learn. Presentation in the Symposium on Use of Educational Design Experiments and Experimental Designs. (Seattle, WA. April 9-13).

Metz, K. E. (2001). The relation between theory and practice in Ann Brown s work and legacy. Invited presentation at Symposium in Honor of Ann Brown. Berkeley, CA (January 19-21).

Mostow, J., Aist, G. S., Burkhead, P., Corbett, A., Cuneo, A., Eitelman, S., Huang, C., Junker, B., Platz, C., Sklar, M. B., and Tobin, B. A controlled evaluation of computer- versus human-assisted oral reading. In J. D. Moore, C. L. Redfield, and W. L. Johnson (Eds.), Artificial Intelligence in Education: AI-ED in the Wired and Wireless Future, pp. 586-588. Amsterdam: IOS Press. Presented at the Tenth Artificial Intelligence in Education (AI-ED) Conference, San Antonio, Texas, May 2001. Download paper in pdf format.

Nathan, M. J., Koedinger, K. R., & Alibali, M. (April, 2001). The expert blind spot: When content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge collide. Presentation to the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. Seattle, WA.

Teale, W. H. & Bassuk, S. (2001). Digital interactive anchor cases: Key literacy instructional principles across early childhood classrooms. Paper presented at the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Van Dyke, J., Bolger, D.J., Landi, N., Perfetti, C.A. & Foorman, B. (June 1, 2001). Contributions of word decodability and text predictability in first grade oral reading and printed word learning. Presented at the meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Boulder, CO.

Van Dyke, J., Landi, N., Bolger, D.J., & Perfetti, C.A. (June 3, 2001). Decodability as a text factor: Alternative approaches to characterizing word predictability. Presented at the meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Boulder, CO.

 
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Denton, C.A. & Mathes, P.G. (June, 2000). Word identification strategies in two early reading intervention models. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Chicago, IL.

Metz, K. E. (2000). Symposium on the Strengths and Challenges of a Developmental Approach to Research in Education. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA (April 24-28).

Metz, K.E. (2000). Hypothetical-Deductive Thought in First Graders Interpretation of their Botany Studies. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA (April 24-28).

 
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