2011 Annual International NARST Conference

Event Date: 
Sat, 04/02/2011 - 9:00am to Wed, 04/06/2011 - 4:00pm

2011 Annual International Conference

April 3-6, 2011
Caribe Royale Orlando
Orlando, FL

 

Look for these DR K-12 grantees who are presenting:

To view a searchable and sortable list, "2011 DR K-12 Grantee Presentations, " click here 

  • Session Title: Pilot-testing the Astrobiology in Secondary Classrooms (ASC) Curriculum: Focusing Upon Diverse Students and Teachers (04/05/2011)
    Presenters: Leigh Arino de la Rubia (project: Astrobiology in the Secondary Classroom Project: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum Developed by a Collaboration of Scientists and Educators from Three Different Minority Communities), T. Gary, S. Kuner, D. Robinson, J. Butler
  • Session Title: Impact of Educative Materials and Transformative Professional Development on Teachers' PCK, Practice, and Student Achievement     (04/06/2011)
    Presenters: Janet Carlson (project: Project PRIME (Promoting Reform through Instructional Materials that Educate)), April Gardner
  • Session Title: Science Standard Specificity and the Increasing Number of Formative AssessmentsTargets in High School Chemistry (04/05/2011)
    Presenters: Angela DeBarger (project: Chemistry Facets: Formative Assessment to Improve Student Understanding in Chemistry), Rea Chase, Rachel Freed, Carlos Ayala
  • Session Title: Interactive Whiteboard Use in Two High-tech Science Classrooms: Its Role in Pedagogy and Technology Integration
    Presenters: Brian Drayton (project: Researching the Wireless High School: Effects on Science Teaching and Implications for Professional Development), Rena Stroud
  • Session Title: Measuring Teacher Inquiry Knowledge (04/03/2011)
    Presenters: April Gardner (project: Project PRIME (Promoting Reform through Instructional Materials that Educate)         
  • Session Title: Helping Students Learn More Expert Framing of Complex Causal Dynamics in Ecosystems Using EcoMUVE (04/04/2011)
    Presenters: Tina Grotzer (project: CAREER: Learning About Complex Causality in the Classroom), Shane Tutwiler, Amy Kamarainen, Shari Metcalf,  Chris Dede
  • Session Title: Interpreting Probabilistic Causal Outcomes in Science: A Microgenetic Study of Sixth Graders' Patterns of Reasoning (04/04/2011)
    Presenters: Tina Grotzer (project: CAREER: Learning About Complex Causality in the Classroom), Shane Tutwiler; Leslie Duhaylongsod
  • Session Title: Inquiry to Practices: Data Modeling, Measurement and Representation in Children's Statistical/Probabilistic Reasoning in Maths/ Sciences (04/03/2011)
    Presenters: James Hammerman (project: Educating about Statistical Issues in Large Scientific Data Sets), Rich Lehrer, Cliff Konold, William Soval, Leona Schauble, Richard Duschl
  • Session Title: The Effect of Professional Development on Teachers’ Beliefs and Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Scientific Argumentation (04/06/2011)
    Presenters: Katherine McNeill (project: Supporting Grade 5-8 Students in Writing Scientific Explanations), Ama Knight
  • Session Title: The Relationship between Teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Beliefs of Scientific Argumentation on Classroom Practice (04/03/2011)
    Presenters: Katherine McNeill (project: Supporting Grade 5-8 Students in Writing Scientific Explanations), Ama Knight
  • Session Title: The Uses of Student Learning Data in Collaborative Teacher Inquiry (04/06/2011) Presenters: Tamara Nelson (project: A Study of Professional Learning Communities Amongst Secondary Science and Mathematics Teachers), David Slavit, Angie Deuel
  • Session Title: The Uses of Student Learning Data in Collaborative Teacher Inquiry (04/06/2011) Presenters: Tamara Nelson (project: A Study of Professional Learning Communities Amongst Secondary Science & Mathematics Teachers: Changes, Support Systems, Student Learning), David Slavit, Angie Deuel
  • Session Title: "My Prediction was Inconclusive…”: Fostering Students’ Use of Scientific Evidence (04/05/2011)
    Presenters: Giovanna  Scalone (project: Agency in Sustained Problem-based Inquiry: Learning Science Through and As Innovation), Philip Bell
  • Session Title: Young People's Engagement in Scientific Argumentation: The Importance of Context, Curriculum, and Developmentally Appropriate Expectations (04/05/2011)
    Presenters: Kari Shutt            (project: Agency in Sustained Problem
    Based Inquiry: Learning Science Through and As Innovation), Nancy Vye, John Bransford
  • Session Title: Promoting Effective Science Teaching for English Learners: Testing a Model of Pre-Service Teacher Training         (04/05/2011)
    Presenters: Trish Stoddart (project: Effective Science Teaching for English Language Learners: A Pre-Service Teacher Professional Development Research Project Across Four Universities in California), Alberto Rodriguez, Alie Victorine, Cathy Zozakiewicz, Eduardo Mosqueda, Isabel Quita, Jorge Solís, Marco Bravo, Meredith Houle, Sara Tolbert, Jerome Shaw
  • Presenters: Joseph Taylor (project: Videocase-based Lesson Analysis of Science Teaching to support Teacher Learning: Experiencing Lesson Analysis and Mapping a Program of Research)      
  • Session Title: Strand14 PaperSet: Environmental Education in Practice (04/03/2011)
    Presenters: Yael Wyner (project: Ecology Disrupted: Using Real Scientific Data about Daily Life to Link Environmental Issues to Ecological Processes in Secondary School Science Classrooms (Collaborative Research: Wyner))