2014 DR K-12 PI Meeting Session Materials

This meeting was held Tuesday, August 5th - Wednesday, August 6th, 2014. Download an abridged version of the original agenda.

Date/Time Title & Session Description Presenters Session Materials
08/05/2014 - 8:30am Welcome and Plenary: A National Science Foundation Update

Opening remarks from NSF.

Cora Marrett
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Overcoming Obstacles of Affordability, Flexibility, and Effectiveness to Scaling-Up with a Cyberlearning Professional-Development Model

Participants engage in and provide feedback on a CyberPD environment that overcomes the obstacles related to bringing curriculum-based professional development to scale.

Barbara Zahm, Ruta Demery, Tamara Sumner, Heather Leary PDF icon Session Presentation: About the Project, PDF icon Session Presentation: CyberPD, PDF icon Session Presentation: Scenario Guided Design Evaluation, PDF icon Session Presentation: Classroom-Based Pilot Testing
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Innovations in Early Childhood STEM Curricula and Professional Development

This poster symposium features six preschool projects across STEM domains that have developed curricula and provided teachers with supports for motivating all children’s engagement with STEM.

Kimberly Brenneman, Christine McWayne, Anita Wager, Ximena Dominguez, Ashley Lewis, Daryl Greenfield PDF icon Greenfield (Discussant) Session Presentation, PDF icon Wager Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Handout, PDF icon NGPS Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout: Integrating Technology into Preschool Classrooms, PDF icon Poster: NGPM & NGPS
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Equitable Teaching Practices in Math

Presenters seek feedback on an observational instrument designed to identify preservice teachers’ abilities to identify equitable teaching practices.

Imani Goffney, Monica Gonzalez
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Learning Progressions for Classroom Assessment and Teaching

Join a discussion addressing how learning progression-based frameworks, assessments, and instruction can support teachers and students in developing increasingly sophisticated scientific knowledge and practice.

Beth Covitt, Christina Schwarz, Charles Anderson, Karen Draney PDF icon Covitt Session Presentation, PDF icon Anderson Session Presentation, PDF icon Schwarz & Draney Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Assessing Secondary Teachers’ Algebraic Habits of Mind

Participants provide feedback on a preliminary paper-and-pencil assessment of secondary teachers’ mathematical habits of mind (MHoM) and use classroom video to examine MHoM in practice.

Sarah Sword, Ryota Matsuura PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Professional Development Materials: Supporting Facilitators at Different Levels

Participants provide feedback on materials from a professional development program developed to help elementary teachers promote mathematics discourse, with attention to the design of facilitation support.

Paola Sztajn PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Assessing Secondary Teachers’ Algebraic Habits of Mind

Participants provide feedback on a preliminary paper-and-pencil assessment of secondary teachers’ mathematical habits of mind (MHoM) and use classroom video to examine MHoM in practice.

Sarah Sword, Ryota Matsuura PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Innovations in Early Childhood STEM Curricula and Professional Development

This poster symposium features six preschool projects across STEM domains that have developed curricula and provided teachers with supports for motivating all children’s engagement with STEM.

Kimberly Brenneman, Christine McWayne, Anita Wager, Ximena Dominguez, Ashley Lewis, Daryl Greenfield PDF icon Greenfield (Discussant) Session Presentation, PDF icon Wager Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Handout, PDF icon NGPS Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout: Integrating Technology into Preschool Classrooms, PDF icon Poster: NGPM & NGPS
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Learning Progressions for Classroom Assessment and Teaching

Join a discussion addressing how learning progression-based frameworks, assessments, and instruction can support teachers and students in developing increasingly sophisticated scientific knowledge and practice.

Beth Covitt, Christina Schwarz, Charles Anderson, Karen Draney PDF icon Covitt Session Presentation, PDF icon Anderson Session Presentation, PDF icon Schwarz & Draney Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Equitable Teaching Practices in Math

Presenters seek feedback on an observational instrument designed to identify preservice teachers’ abilities to identify equitable teaching practices.

Imani Goffney, Monica Gonzalez
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Learning Progressions for Classroom Assessment and Teaching

Join a discussion addressing how learning progression-based frameworks, assessments, and instruction can support teachers and students in developing increasingly sophisticated scientific knowledge and practice.

Beth Covitt, Christina Schwarz, Charles Anderson, Karen Draney PDF icon Covitt Session Presentation, PDF icon Anderson Session Presentation, PDF icon Schwarz & Draney Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Assessing Secondary Teachers’ Algebraic Habits of Mind

Participants provide feedback on a preliminary paper-and-pencil assessment of secondary teachers’ mathematical habits of mind (MHoM) and use classroom video to examine MHoM in practice.

Sarah Sword, Ryota Matsuura PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Overcoming Obstacles of Affordability, Flexibility, and Effectiveness to Scaling-Up with a Cyberlearning Professional-Development Model

Participants engage in and provide feedback on a CyberPD environment that overcomes the obstacles related to bringing curriculum-based professional development to scale.

Barbara Zahm, Ruta Demery, Tamara Sumner, Heather Leary PDF icon Session Presentation: About the Project, PDF icon Session Presentation: CyberPD, PDF icon Session Presentation: Scenario Guided Design Evaluation, PDF icon Session Presentation: Classroom-Based Pilot Testing
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Equitable Teaching Practices in Math

Presenters seek feedback on an observational instrument designed to identify preservice teachers’ abilities to identify equitable teaching practices.

Imani Goffney, Monica Gonzalez
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Learning Progressions for Classroom Assessment and Teaching

Join a discussion addressing how learning progression-based frameworks, assessments, and instruction can support teachers and students in developing increasingly sophisticated scientific knowledge and practice.

Beth Covitt, Christina Schwarz, Charles Anderson, Karen Draney PDF icon Covitt Session Presentation, PDF icon Anderson Session Presentation, PDF icon Schwarz & Draney Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Equitable Teaching Practices in Math

Presenters seek feedback on an observational instrument designed to identify preservice teachers’ abilities to identify equitable teaching practices.

Imani Goffney, Monica Gonzalez
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Professional Development Materials: Supporting Facilitators at Different Levels

Participants provide feedback on materials from a professional development program developed to help elementary teachers promote mathematics discourse, with attention to the design of facilitation support.

Paola Sztajn PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Assessing Secondary Teachers’ Algebraic Habits of Mind

Participants provide feedback on a preliminary paper-and-pencil assessment of secondary teachers’ mathematical habits of mind (MHoM) and use classroom video to examine MHoM in practice.

Sarah Sword, Ryota Matsuura PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Overcoming Obstacles of Affordability, Flexibility, and Effectiveness to Scaling-Up with a Cyberlearning Professional-Development Model

Participants engage in and provide feedback on a CyberPD environment that overcomes the obstacles related to bringing curriculum-based professional development to scale.

Barbara Zahm, Ruta Demery, Tamara Sumner, Heather Leary PDF icon Session Presentation: About the Project, PDF icon Session Presentation: CyberPD, PDF icon Session Presentation: Scenario Guided Design Evaluation, PDF icon Session Presentation: Classroom-Based Pilot Testing
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Innovations in Early Childhood STEM Curricula and Professional Development

This poster symposium features six preschool projects across STEM domains that have developed curricula and provided teachers with supports for motivating all children’s engagement with STEM.

Kimberly Brenneman, Christine McWayne, Anita Wager, Ximena Dominguez, Ashley Lewis, Daryl Greenfield PDF icon Greenfield (Discussant) Session Presentation, PDF icon Wager Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Handout, PDF icon NGPS Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout: Integrating Technology into Preschool Classrooms, PDF icon Poster: NGPM & NGPS
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Equitable Teaching Practices in Math

Presenters seek feedback on an observational instrument designed to identify preservice teachers’ abilities to identify equitable teaching practices.

Imani Goffney, Monica Gonzalez
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Learning Progressions for Classroom Assessment and Teaching

Join a discussion addressing how learning progression-based frameworks, assessments, and instruction can support teachers and students in developing increasingly sophisticated scientific knowledge and practice.

Beth Covitt, Christina Schwarz, Charles Anderson, Karen Draney PDF icon Covitt Session Presentation, PDF icon Anderson Session Presentation, PDF icon Schwarz & Draney Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Assessing Secondary Teachers’ Algebraic Habits of Mind

Participants provide feedback on a preliminary paper-and-pencil assessment of secondary teachers’ mathematical habits of mind (MHoM) and use classroom video to examine MHoM in practice.

Sarah Sword, Ryota Matsuura PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Overcoming Obstacles of Affordability, Flexibility, and Effectiveness to Scaling-Up with a Cyberlearning Professional-Development Model

Participants engage in and provide feedback on a CyberPD environment that overcomes the obstacles related to bringing curriculum-based professional development to scale.

Barbara Zahm, Ruta Demery, Tamara Sumner, Heather Leary PDF icon Session Presentation: About the Project, PDF icon Session Presentation: CyberPD, PDF icon Session Presentation: Scenario Guided Design Evaluation, PDF icon Session Presentation: Classroom-Based Pilot Testing
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Innovations in Early Childhood STEM Curricula and Professional Development

This poster symposium features six preschool projects across STEM domains that have developed curricula and provided teachers with supports for motivating all children’s engagement with STEM.

Kimberly Brenneman, Christine McWayne, Anita Wager, Ximena Dominguez, Ashley Lewis, Daryl Greenfield PDF icon Greenfield (Discussant) Session Presentation, PDF icon Wager Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Handout, PDF icon NGPS Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout: Integrating Technology into Preschool Classrooms, PDF icon Poster: NGPM & NGPS
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Learning Progressions for Classroom Assessment and Teaching

Join a discussion addressing how learning progression-based frameworks, assessments, and instruction can support teachers and students in developing increasingly sophisticated scientific knowledge and practice.

Beth Covitt, Christina Schwarz, Charles Anderson, Karen Draney PDF icon Covitt Session Presentation, PDF icon Anderson Session Presentation, PDF icon Schwarz & Draney Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Equitable Teaching Practices in Math

Presenters seek feedback on an observational instrument designed to identify preservice teachers’ abilities to identify equitable teaching practices.

Imani Goffney, Monica Gonzalez
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Professional Development Materials: Supporting Facilitators at Different Levels

Participants provide feedback on materials from a professional development program developed to help elementary teachers promote mathematics discourse, with attention to the design of facilitation support.

Paola Sztajn PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Assessing Secondary Teachers’ Algebraic Habits of Mind

Participants provide feedback on a preliminary paper-and-pencil assessment of secondary teachers’ mathematical habits of mind (MHoM) and use classroom video to examine MHoM in practice.

Sarah Sword, Ryota Matsuura PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Overcoming Obstacles of Affordability, Flexibility, and Effectiveness to Scaling-Up with a Cyberlearning Professional-Development Model

Participants engage in and provide feedback on a CyberPD environment that overcomes the obstacles related to bringing curriculum-based professional development to scale.

Barbara Zahm, Ruta Demery, Tamara Sumner, Heather Leary PDF icon Session Presentation: About the Project, PDF icon Session Presentation: CyberPD, PDF icon Session Presentation: Scenario Guided Design Evaluation, PDF icon Session Presentation: Classroom-Based Pilot Testing
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Innovations in Early Childhood STEM Curricula and Professional Development

This poster symposium features six preschool projects across STEM domains that have developed curricula and provided teachers with supports for motivating all children’s engagement with STEM.

Kimberly Brenneman, Christine McWayne, Anita Wager, Ximena Dominguez, Ashley Lewis, Daryl Greenfield PDF icon Greenfield (Discussant) Session Presentation, PDF icon Wager Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Handout, PDF icon NGPS Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout: Integrating Technology into Preschool Classrooms, PDF icon Poster: NGPM & NGPS
08/05/2014 - 9:45am NSF Funding Programs

Facilitator: NSF Program Officers
In a roundtable session, NSF program officers discuss Directorate for Education & Human Resources (EHR) programs and related funding opportunities. The session presentation and discussion will last one hour. Participants are welcome to stay longer for additional informal discussion.

David Campbell PDF icon Session Presentation: Funding Overview, PDF icon Session Presentation: STEM-C
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Equitable Teaching Practices in Math

Presenters seek feedback on an observational instrument designed to identify preservice teachers’ abilities to identify equitable teaching practices.

Imani Goffney, Monica Gonzalez
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Learning Progressions for Classroom Assessment and Teaching

Join a discussion addressing how learning progression-based frameworks, assessments, and instruction can support teachers and students in developing increasingly sophisticated scientific knowledge and practice.

Beth Covitt, Christina Schwarz, Charles Anderson, Karen Draney PDF icon Covitt Session Presentation, PDF icon Anderson Session Presentation, PDF icon Schwarz & Draney Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Assessing Secondary Teachers’ Algebraic Habits of Mind

Participants provide feedback on a preliminary paper-and-pencil assessment of secondary teachers’ mathematical habits of mind (MHoM) and use classroom video to examine MHoM in practice.

Sarah Sword, Ryota Matsuura PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Overcoming Obstacles of Affordability, Flexibility, and Effectiveness to Scaling-Up with a Cyberlearning Professional-Development Model

Participants engage in and provide feedback on a CyberPD environment that overcomes the obstacles related to bringing curriculum-based professional development to scale.

Barbara Zahm, Ruta Demery, Tamara Sumner, Heather Leary PDF icon Session Presentation: About the Project, PDF icon Session Presentation: CyberPD, PDF icon Session Presentation: Scenario Guided Design Evaluation, PDF icon Session Presentation: Classroom-Based Pilot Testing
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Ocean Tracks: Bringing Large-Scale Marine Science Data to and Beyond the Classroom

Participants engage in marine data investigations using the Ocean Tracks Web interface and analysis tools, offer feedback, and discuss possible synergies with other DR K12 programs.

Josephine Louie, Amy Busey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Life Cycle Data to Help Teachers Understand Key Energy Concepts

Participants engage in and provide feedback on digital interactive learning experiences that use National Renewable Energy Laboratory life cycle data and help teachers understand key energy concepts. Please bring your laptop.

Susan Kowalski, Mark Bloom PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Innovations in Early Childhood STEM Curricula and Professional Development

This poster symposium features six preschool projects across STEM domains that have developed curricula and provided teachers with supports for motivating all children’s engagement with STEM.

Kimberly Brenneman, Christine McWayne, Anita Wager, Ximena Dominguez, Ashley Lewis, Daryl Greenfield PDF icon Greenfield (Discussant) Session Presentation, PDF icon Wager Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Session Presentation, PDF icon NGPM Handout, PDF icon NGPS Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout: Integrating Technology into Preschool Classrooms, PDF icon Poster: NGPM & NGPS
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Learning Progressions for Classroom Assessment and Teaching

Join a discussion addressing how learning progression-based frameworks, assessments, and instruction can support teachers and students in developing increasingly sophisticated scientific knowledge and practice.

Beth Covitt, Christina Schwarz, Charles Anderson, Karen Draney PDF icon Covitt Session Presentation, PDF icon Anderson Session Presentation, PDF icon Schwarz & Draney Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Equitable Teaching Practices in Math

Presenters seek feedback on an observational instrument designed to identify preservice teachers’ abilities to identify equitable teaching practices.

Imani Goffney, Monica Gonzalez
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Meaningful Support for Teachers: Specific Ways to Encourage Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

Panelists from three projects share lessons learned in guiding game use in classroom learning, highlighting specific examples of effective resources.

Barbara Chamberlin, Frieda Reichsman, Erin Bardar PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Using Learning Progressions for Classroom Assessment and Teaching

Join a discussion addressing how learning progression-based frameworks, assessments, and instruction can support teachers and students in developing increasingly sophisticated scientific knowledge and practice.

Beth Covitt, Christina Schwarz, Charles Anderson, Karen Draney PDF icon Covitt Session Presentation, PDF icon Anderson Session Presentation, PDF icon Schwarz & Draney Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 9:45am Assessing Secondary Teachers’ Algebraic Habits of Mind

Participants provide feedback on a preliminary paper-and-pencil assessment of secondary teachers’ mathematical habits of mind (MHoM) and use classroom video to examine MHoM in practice.

Sarah Sword, Ryota Matsuura PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 12:30pm Engineering SIG

(Open to all grantees)
This group discusses current research and practice in K-12 engineering education and issues related to content and delivery.

08/05/2014 - 12:30pm Gaming/Virtual Worlds Arcade

(Open to all grantees)
Participants engage in extended play and in-depth discussion around selected DR K-12 games, simulations, and virtual environments.

08/05/2014 - 12:30pm Gaming/Virtual Worlds Arcade

(Open to all grantees)
Participants engage in extended play and in-depth discussion around selected DR K-12 games, simulations, and virtual environments.

08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Teaching Viable Argumentation and Measuring the Effects

How do we encourage referent-based mathematical argumentation without encouraging students to request that examples accompany otherwise viable arguments? Assessment concerns are explored and discussed.

David Yopp
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm The Design and Findings of a Random-Controlled Trial for a Successful Game-Based Mathematics Intervention

Join a discussion about designing and testing the effects of game-based products that facilitate middle school student learning of math concepts.

Karin Wiburg, Barbara Chamberlin PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Learning as a Community: Maximizing the Impact of Research Syntheses in Science Education

This interactive session is designed to promote critical thinking about current research practices and integrate a variety of perspectives on research syntheses and how they can help advance education research.

Joseph Taylor, Chris Wilson, Alina Martinez, Erin Furtak, Susan Kowalski PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Teaching Viable Argumentation and Measuring the Effects

How do we encourage referent-based mathematical argumentation without encouraging students to request that examples accompany otherwise viable arguments? Assessment concerns are explored and discussed.

David Yopp
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Exploring the Challenges of Supporting Teachers to Enact Ambitious Instruction and Curriculum Practices in Mathematics

This session addresses challenges related to supporting teachers’ use of curriculum materials to address the challenging features of the CCSSM.

Erin Henrick, Jeffrey Choppin, Corey Drake PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Learning as a Community: Maximizing the Impact of Research Syntheses in Science Education

This interactive session is designed to promote critical thinking about current research practices and integrate a variety of perspectives on research syntheses and how they can help advance education research.

Joseph Taylor, Chris Wilson, Alina Martinez, Erin Furtak, Susan Kowalski PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm The Challenges of Assessing the Dynamics of Change in Students’ Physical Science Knowledge and the Coherence of Their Ideas in the Context of Model-Based Inquiry

Presenters seek feedback on a graphic mapping approach to assess the dynamics of change in students’ science knowledge over the course of instruction.

Ala Samarapungavan, Lynn Bryan PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Exploring the Challenges of Supporting Teachers to Enact Ambitious Instruction and Curriculum Practices in Mathematics

This session addresses challenges related to supporting teachers’ use of curriculum materials to address the challenging features of the CCSSM.

Erin Henrick, Jeffrey Choppin, Corey Drake PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Teaching Viable Argumentation and Measuring the Effects

How do we encourage referent-based mathematical argumentation without encouraging students to request that examples accompany otherwise viable arguments? Assessment concerns are explored and discussed.

David Yopp
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Learning as a Community: Maximizing the Impact of Research Syntheses in Science Education

This interactive session is designed to promote critical thinking about current research practices and integrate a variety of perspectives on research syntheses and how they can help advance education research.

Joseph Taylor, Chris Wilson, Alina Martinez, Erin Furtak, Susan Kowalski PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm The Design and Findings of a Random-Controlled Trial for a Successful Game-Based Mathematics Intervention

Join a discussion about designing and testing the effects of game-based products that facilitate middle school student learning of math concepts.

Karin Wiburg, Barbara Chamberlin PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Teaching Viable Argumentation and Measuring the Effects

How do we encourage referent-based mathematical argumentation without encouraging students to request that examples accompany otherwise viable arguments? Assessment concerns are explored and discussed.

David Yopp
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Exploring the Challenges of Supporting Teachers to Enact Ambitious Instruction and Curriculum Practices in Mathematics

This session addresses challenges related to supporting teachers’ use of curriculum materials to address the challenging features of the CCSSM.

Erin Henrick, Jeffrey Choppin, Corey Drake PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Teaching Viable Argumentation and Measuring the Effects

How do we encourage referent-based mathematical argumentation without encouraging students to request that examples accompany otherwise viable arguments? Assessment concerns are explored and discussed.

David Yopp
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Learning as a Community: Maximizing the Impact of Research Syntheses in Science Education

This interactive session is designed to promote critical thinking about current research practices and integrate a variety of perspectives on research syntheses and how they can help advance education research.

Joseph Taylor, Chris Wilson, Alina Martinez, Erin Furtak, Susan Kowalski PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm The Design and Findings of a Random-Controlled Trial for a Successful Game-Based Mathematics Intervention

Join a discussion about designing and testing the effects of game-based products that facilitate middle school student learning of math concepts.

Karin Wiburg, Barbara Chamberlin PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Exploring the Challenges of Supporting Teachers to Enact Ambitious Instruction and Curriculum Practices in Mathematics

This session addresses challenges related to supporting teachers’ use of curriculum materials to address the challenging features of the CCSSM.

Erin Henrick, Jeffrey Choppin, Corey Drake PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Teaching Viable Argumentation and Measuring the Effects

How do we encourage referent-based mathematical argumentation without encouraging students to request that examples accompany otherwise viable arguments? Assessment concerns are explored and discussed.

David Yopp
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Learning as a Community: Maximizing the Impact of Research Syntheses in Science Education

This interactive session is designed to promote critical thinking about current research practices and integrate a variety of perspectives on research syntheses and how they can help advance education research.

Joseph Taylor, Chris Wilson, Alina Martinez, Erin Furtak, Susan Kowalski PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm The Design and Findings of a Random-Controlled Trial for a Successful Game-Based Mathematics Intervention

Join a discussion about designing and testing the effects of game-based products that facilitate middle school student learning of math concepts.

Karin Wiburg, Barbara Chamberlin PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm The Challenges of Assessing the Dynamics of Change in Students’ Physical Science Knowledge and the Coherence of Their Ideas in the Context of Model-Based Inquiry

Presenters seek feedback on a graphic mapping approach to assess the dynamics of change in students’ science knowledge over the course of instruction.

Ala Samarapungavan, Lynn Bryan PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Exploring the Challenges of Supporting Teachers to Enact Ambitious Instruction and Curriculum Practices in Mathematics

This session addresses challenges related to supporting teachers’ use of curriculum materials to address the challenging features of the CCSSM.

Erin Henrick, Jeffrey Choppin, Corey Drake PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Learning as a Community: Maximizing the Impact of Research Syntheses in Science Education

This interactive session is designed to promote critical thinking about current research practices and integrate a variety of perspectives on research syntheses and how they can help advance education research.

Joseph Taylor, Chris Wilson, Alina Martinez, Erin Furtak, Susan Kowalski PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm The Design and Findings of a Random-Controlled Trial for a Successful Game-Based Mathematics Intervention

Join a discussion about designing and testing the effects of game-based products that facilitate middle school student learning of math concepts.

Karin Wiburg, Barbara Chamberlin PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Exploring the Challenges of Supporting Teachers to Enact Ambitious Instruction and Curriculum Practices in Mathematics

This session addresses challenges related to supporting teachers’ use of curriculum materials to address the challenging features of the CCSSM.

Erin Henrick, Jeffrey Choppin, Corey Drake PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Teaching Viable Argumentation and Measuring the Effects

How do we encourage referent-based mathematical argumentation without encouraging students to request that examples accompany otherwise viable arguments? Assessment concerns are explored and discussed.

David Yopp
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Building Theory While Supporting Implementation of the NGSS

Implementing the NGSS requires changes in teaching, assessments, and curriculum materials. In this session, participants explore theoretical questions for DR K12 research that are raised by these NGSS implementation challenges.

Brian Reiser, Joseph Krajcik, James Pellegrino, Julia Gouvea PDF icon Session Presentation: Pellegrino, PDF icon Session Presentation: Gouvea
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Moving Toward Collective Impact on Climate and Global Change Education

Participants discuss and identify what coordination is needed across DR K12 efforts to enable sustained collective impact on the issues presented by climate, global, and environmental change.

Tamara Ledley, Daniel Zalles PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Learning as a Community: Maximizing the Impact of Research Syntheses in Science Education

This interactive session is designed to promote critical thinking about current research practices and integrate a variety of perspectives on research syntheses and how they can help advance education research.

Joseph Taylor, Chris Wilson, Alina Martinez, Erin Furtak, Susan Kowalski PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Student Materials, Professional Development, and Assessment Organized Around Habits of Mind in the CCSSM

Learn about three projects centered on algebraic habits of mind: a puzzle-centric curriculum for middle school and at-risk algebra students, professional development on the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and an assessment for teachers.

 

E. Paul Goldenberg, Sarah Sword, Deborah Spencer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Discussion of Promising Scale-up Strategies for Reaching Classrooms

Participants and the presenters will discuss their experiences—including releasing free and paid apps—and provide suggestions to others for successfully reaching many users.

Andrew Zucker, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm The Challenges of Assessing the Dynamics of Change in Students’ Physical Science Knowledge and the Coherence of Their Ideas in the Context of Model-Based Inquiry

Presenters seek feedback on a graphic mapping approach to assess the dynamics of change in students’ science knowledge over the course of instruction.

Ala Samarapungavan, Lynn Bryan PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 1:45pm Exploring the Challenges of Supporting Teachers to Enact Ambitious Instruction and Curriculum Practices in Mathematics

This session addresses challenges related to supporting teachers’ use of curriculum materials to address the challenging features of the CCSSM.

Erin Henrick, Jeffrey Choppin, Corey Drake PDF icon Session Presentation
08/05/2014 - 4:00pm Poster Hall

Visit our Virtual Poster Hall

PDF icon List of Posters, PDF icon Map of Posters
08/06/2014 - 8:30am Approaches to Making Use of Implementation Evidence

This panel focuses on several approaches to studying and making use of implementation evidence to improve outcomes of DR K–12. Typically, implementation research focuses on fidelity from an individual perspective. In this panel, policy researchers share approaches to using evidence about teachers’ social networks and their sense making about organizational issues to explain patterns in implementation.

William Penuel, Sara Heredia, Jessica Rigby, Jennifer Russell PDF icon Reading: Penuel Phillips Harris 2014.pdf, PDF icon Reading: Furtak & Heredia 2014.pdf, PDF icon Plenary Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Review of DR K–12 English Language Learner Projects and Their Contribution to Research

This session explores the role of funding programs in shaping research agendas. The springboard for discussion is a case study that investigated DR K12 contribution to research in science and mathematics education for English language learners.

Alina Martinez, Okhee Lee PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Using Immersive Virtual Worlds to Support Learning of Ecosystems Science and Complex Causality

This session seeks feedback on hands-on experiences for learning causal dynamics through collaborative inquiry activities in an immersive virtual ecosystem, including exploring potential opportunities for expanding the curriculum.

Chris Dede, Shari Metcalf PDF icon Handout: EcoMOBILE, PDF icon Handout: EcoMUVE
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Four Perspectives on the Nature and Effectiveness of STEM-focused High Schools

Four projects investigating the characteristics and effectiveness of STEM-focused high schools present their contrasting methods and early findings.

Barbara Means, Sharon Lynch, Steven Schneider, Mark Loveland, Melanie LaForce PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Session Presentation: LaForce, PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynch, PDF icon Session Presentation: Schneider & Loveland, PDF icon Session Presentation: Means
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Developing Simulation-Based Assessments for Learning Next Generation Science

Participants explore assessments developed in the SimScientists Physical Science Links project, and discuss whether the developers successfully integrated the three dimensions of the NGSS.

 

Edys Quellmalz, Matt Silberglitt PDF icon Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Review of DR K–12 English Language Learner Projects and Their Contribution to Research

This session explores the role of funding programs in shaping research agendas. The springboard for discussion is a case study that investigated DR K12 contribution to research in science and mathematics education for English language learners.

Alina Martinez, Okhee Lee PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives on Mathematics Classroom Discourse

In this session, presenters describe three different approaches to studying mathematics classroom discourse. Participants analyze discourse and discuss benefits and potential drawbacks of various approaches to analysis.

Shari Stockero, Jessica Bishop, AnnaMarie Conner PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Review of DR K–12 English Language Learner Projects and Their Contribution to Research

This session explores the role of funding programs in shaping research agendas. The springboard for discussion is a case study that investigated DR K12 contribution to research in science and mathematics education for English language learners.

Alina Martinez, Okhee Lee PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Four Perspectives on the Nature and Effectiveness of STEM-focused High Schools

Four projects investigating the characteristics and effectiveness of STEM-focused high schools present their contrasting methods and early findings.

Barbara Means, Sharon Lynch, Steven Schneider, Mark Loveland, Melanie LaForce PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Session Presentation: LaForce, PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynch, PDF icon Session Presentation: Schneider & Loveland, PDF icon Session Presentation: Means
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Developing Simulation-Based Assessments for Learning Next Generation Science

Participants explore assessments developed in the SimScientists Physical Science Links project, and discuss whether the developers successfully integrated the three dimensions of the NGSS.

 

Edys Quellmalz, Matt Silberglitt PDF icon Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Challenges Aligning Existing Measures with Professional Development Learning Goals to Evaluate Program Effectiveness

This session provides a forum for discussing the challenges of evaluating program effectiveness by using existing measures that vary in their alignment with program learning goals.

Nicole Kersting, Amy Brodesky, James Hammerman PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Review of DR K–12 English Language Learner Projects and Their Contribution to Research

This session explores the role of funding programs in shaping research agendas. The springboard for discussion is a case study that investigated DR K12 contribution to research in science and mathematics education for English language learners.

Alina Martinez, Okhee Lee PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Using Immersive Virtual Worlds to Support Learning of Ecosystems Science and Complex Causality

This session seeks feedback on hands-on experiences for learning causal dynamics through collaborative inquiry activities in an immersive virtual ecosystem, including exploring potential opportunities for expanding the curriculum.

Chris Dede, Shari Metcalf PDF icon Handout: EcoMOBILE, PDF icon Handout: EcoMUVE
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Four Perspectives on the Nature and Effectiveness of STEM-focused High Schools

Four projects investigating the characteristics and effectiveness of STEM-focused high schools present their contrasting methods and early findings.

Barbara Means, Sharon Lynch, Steven Schneider, Mark Loveland, Melanie LaForce PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Session Presentation: LaForce, PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynch, PDF icon Session Presentation: Schneider & Loveland, PDF icon Session Presentation: Means
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Developing Simulation-Based Assessments for Learning Next Generation Science

Participants explore assessments developed in the SimScientists Physical Science Links project, and discuss whether the developers successfully integrated the three dimensions of the NGSS.

 

Edys Quellmalz, Matt Silberglitt PDF icon Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Challenges Aligning Existing Measures with Professional Development Learning Goals to Evaluate Program Effectiveness

This session provides a forum for discussing the challenges of evaluating program effectiveness by using existing measures that vary in their alignment with program learning goals.

Nicole Kersting, Amy Brodesky, James Hammerman PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives on Mathematics Classroom Discourse

In this session, presenters describe three different approaches to studying mathematics classroom discourse. Participants analyze discourse and discuss benefits and potential drawbacks of various approaches to analysis.

Shari Stockero, Jessica Bishop, AnnaMarie Conner PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Review of DR K–12 English Language Learner Projects and Their Contribution to Research

This session explores the role of funding programs in shaping research agendas. The springboard for discussion is a case study that investigated DR K12 contribution to research in science and mathematics education for English language learners.

Alina Martinez, Okhee Lee PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Using Immersive Virtual Worlds to Support Learning of Ecosystems Science and Complex Causality

This session seeks feedback on hands-on experiences for learning causal dynamics through collaborative inquiry activities in an immersive virtual ecosystem, including exploring potential opportunities for expanding the curriculum.

Chris Dede, Shari Metcalf PDF icon Handout: EcoMOBILE, PDF icon Handout: EcoMUVE
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Developing Simulation-Based Assessments for Learning Next Generation Science

Participants explore assessments developed in the SimScientists Physical Science Links project, and discuss whether the developers successfully integrated the three dimensions of the NGSS.

 

Edys Quellmalz, Matt Silberglitt PDF icon Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development

This session focuses on the evidence standards for STEM education research and development proposals and projects. These standards are intended to establish benchmarks across the research and development continuum that set expectations for research design, rationale, outcomes, and evaluation.

Edith Gummer PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Review of DR K–12 English Language Learner Projects and Their Contribution to Research

This session explores the role of funding programs in shaping research agendas. The springboard for discussion is a case study that investigated DR K12 contribution to research in science and mathematics education for English language learners.

Alina Martinez, Okhee Lee PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives on Mathematics Classroom Discourse

In this session, presenters describe three different approaches to studying mathematics classroom discourse. Participants analyze discourse and discuss benefits and potential drawbacks of various approaches to analysis.

Shari Stockero, Jessica Bishop, AnnaMarie Conner PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Using Immersive Virtual Worlds to Support Learning of Ecosystems Science and Complex Causality

This session seeks feedback on hands-on experiences for learning causal dynamics through collaborative inquiry activities in an immersive virtual ecosystem, including exploring potential opportunities for expanding the curriculum.

Chris Dede, Shari Metcalf PDF icon Handout: EcoMOBILE, PDF icon Handout: EcoMUVE
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Four Perspectives on the Nature and Effectiveness of STEM-focused High Schools

Four projects investigating the characteristics and effectiveness of STEM-focused high schools present their contrasting methods and early findings.

Barbara Means, Sharon Lynch, Steven Schneider, Mark Loveland, Melanie LaForce PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Session Presentation: LaForce, PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynch, PDF icon Session Presentation: Schneider & Loveland, PDF icon Session Presentation: Means
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Developing Simulation-Based Assessments for Learning Next Generation Science

Participants explore assessments developed in the SimScientists Physical Science Links project, and discuss whether the developers successfully integrated the three dimensions of the NGSS.

 

Edys Quellmalz, Matt Silberglitt PDF icon Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Challenges Aligning Existing Measures with Professional Development Learning Goals to Evaluate Program Effectiveness

This session provides a forum for discussing the challenges of evaluating program effectiveness by using existing measures that vary in their alignment with program learning goals.

Nicole Kersting, Amy Brodesky, James Hammerman PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Review of DR K–12 English Language Learner Projects and Their Contribution to Research

This session explores the role of funding programs in shaping research agendas. The springboard for discussion is a case study that investigated DR K12 contribution to research in science and mathematics education for English language learners.

Alina Martinez, Okhee Lee PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Using Immersive Virtual Worlds to Support Learning of Ecosystems Science and Complex Causality

This session seeks feedback on hands-on experiences for learning causal dynamics through collaborative inquiry activities in an immersive virtual ecosystem, including exploring potential opportunities for expanding the curriculum.

Chris Dede, Shari Metcalf PDF icon Handout: EcoMOBILE, PDF icon Handout: EcoMUVE
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Four Perspectives on the Nature and Effectiveness of STEM-focused High Schools

Four projects investigating the characteristics and effectiveness of STEM-focused high schools present their contrasting methods and early findings.

Barbara Means, Sharon Lynch, Steven Schneider, Mark Loveland, Melanie LaForce PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Session Presentation: LaForce, PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynch, PDF icon Session Presentation: Schneider & Loveland, PDF icon Session Presentation: Means
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Developing Simulation-Based Assessments for Learning Next Generation Science

Participants explore assessments developed in the SimScientists Physical Science Links project, and discuss whether the developers successfully integrated the three dimensions of the NGSS.

 

Edys Quellmalz, Matt Silberglitt PDF icon Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Review of DR K–12 English Language Learner Projects and Their Contribution to Research

This session explores the role of funding programs in shaping research agendas. The springboard for discussion is a case study that investigated DR K12 contribution to research in science and mathematics education for English language learners.

Alina Martinez, Okhee Lee PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives on Mathematics Classroom Discourse

In this session, presenters describe three different approaches to studying mathematics classroom discourse. Participants analyze discourse and discuss benefits and potential drawbacks of various approaches to analysis.

Shari Stockero, Jessica Bishop, AnnaMarie Conner PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Perspectives for Advancing the Effectiveness of Elementary Science Instruction for Student Learning: Importance and Challenges

Presenters discuss how their projects contribute systemically to the design, implementation, and evaluation of quality elementary science programs.

Nancy Romance, Michael Vitale, Ala Samarapungavan, Annemarie Palincsar, Hilda Borko, Deborah Hanuscin, Carolyn Staudt PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Romance & Vitale Session Presentation, PDF icon Hanuscin Session Presentation, PDF icon Samarapungavan & Bryan Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Review of DR K–12 English Language Learner Projects and Their Contribution to Research

This session explores the role of funding programs in shaping research agendas. The springboard for discussion is a case study that investigated DR K12 contribution to research in science and mathematics education for English language learners.

Alina Martinez, Okhee Lee PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Four Perspectives on the Nature and Effectiveness of STEM-focused High Schools

Four projects investigating the characteristics and effectiveness of STEM-focused high schools present their contrasting methods and early findings.

Barbara Means, Sharon Lynch, Steven Schneider, Mark Loveland, Melanie LaForce PDF icon Session Presentation: Introduction, PDF icon Session Presentation: LaForce, PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynch, PDF icon Session Presentation: Schneider & Loveland, PDF icon Session Presentation: Means
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am A Grand Opportunity: Synergy and Interoperability Across Educational Games and Simulations

Join this lively, interactive discussion examining the opportunities for coordinating work in games and simulations. Discuss and plan embedding, data capture/analytics, customization, and more!

Katherine Perkins, Chad Dorsey PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Developing Simulation-Based Assessments for Learning Next Generation Science

Participants explore assessments developed in the SimScientists Physical Science Links project, and discuss whether the developers successfully integrated the three dimensions of the NGSS.

 

Edys Quellmalz, Matt Silberglitt PDF icon Session Presentation, PDF icon Handout
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Challenges Aligning Existing Measures with Professional Development Learning Goals to Evaluate Program Effectiveness

This session provides a forum for discussing the challenges of evaluating program effectiveness by using existing measures that vary in their alignment with program learning goals.

Nicole Kersting, Amy Brodesky, James Hammerman PDF icon Session Presentation
08/06/2014 - 9:45am Navigating to NGSS Success: Identifying a Research Agenda

Leaders of three DR K-12 projects identify successful instructional strategies for using technology-enhanced curriculum materials, games, and models to achieve the NGSS practices.

Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, Dermot Donnelly, Joseph Krajcik, James Lester PDF icon Session Presentation: Lynn, Gerard & Donnelly, PDF icon Session Presentation: Krajcik