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Resource | Pathways for Analyzing and Responding to Student Work for Formative Assessment: The Role of Teachers’ Goals for Student Learning
This study explored how teachers interpreted and responded to their own student work during the process of formative assessment. The study involved a purposefully selected sample of 32 teachers in grades K-5 who had been trained by the Ongoing Assessment Project (OGAP) to use learning progressions to analyze and respond to evidence in student work. Since formative assessment is fundamentally an...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Synchronous Online Model for Mathematics Teachers' Professional Development
In this chapter, the authors present the design rationale for and empirical results from a predominantly synchronous three-part online model for the professional development of mathematics teachers in rural contexts. They describe how the design of the components are complementary and are intended to support teachers to develop challenging instructional practices, even when the teachers are...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Bridging the Distance: One-on-One Video Coaching Supports Rural Teachers
This article describes online video coaching model used with middle-grades, rural mathematics teachers. Carson, C., Callard, C., Gillespie, R., Choppin, J., & Amador, J. (2019). Bridging the distance: One-on-one video coaching supports rural teachers. The Learning Professional, 40(6), 66-70.
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Coordinating between Graphs and Science Concepts: Density and Buoyancy
Graphs illustrating complex scientific relationships require students to integrate multiple concepts and visual features into a coherent understanding. We investigate ways to support students in integrating their understanding of density concepts through a graph that is linked to a simulation depicting the relationship between mass, volume, and density. We randomly assigned 325 8th-grade students...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Impact of Graph Technologies in K-12 Science and Mathematics Education
Graph technologies are now widely available in K-12 science and mathematics classrooms. These technologies have the potential to impact the learning of science and mathematics, especially by supporting student investigations. We use meta-analysis to analyze 42 design and comparison studies involving data from 7699 students spanning over 35 years. In these studies, graphing technologies include...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Revealing Teacher Knowledge through Making: A Case Study of Two Prospective Mathematics Teachers
We describe an experience within mathematics teacher preparation that engages pre-service teachers of mathematics (PMTs) in Making and design practices that we hypothesized would inform their conceptual, curricular, and pedagogical thinking. With a focus on the design of new tools that can generate new possibilities for mathematics teaching and learning, this Learning by Design experience has...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Families’ Capacity to Engage in Science Inquiry at Home Through Structured Activities
The role that caregivers can play in their child’s science education is often overlooked within science education research. Few studies have focused on the capacity and abilities of caregivers to guide science activities. The purpose of this study was to describe how families utilize science activity packs at home. Data indicate that the adults encouraged their children to observe, predict,...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Maximizing the Quality of Learning Opportunities for Every Student
For five decades, JRME has sought to publish high-quality mathematics education research that advances the field’s knowledge and has a positive impact on the teaching and learning of mathematics in the classroom. The journal’s 50th anniversary represents an opportune time for the research community to take a step back, assess what progress has been made on the major problems of the field, and...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Addressing the Problem of Always Starting Over: Identifying, Valuing, and Sharing Professional Knowledge for Teaching
Cai, J., Morris, A., Hohensee, C., Hwang, S., Robison, V., Cirillo, M., Kramer, S. L., Hiebert, J., & Bakker, A. (2020). Addressing the problem of always starting over: Identifying, valuing, and sharing professional knowledge for teaching. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 51(2).
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Teachers’ Orientations toward Using Student Mathematical Thinking as a Resource during Whole-Class Discussion
Using student mathematical thinking during instruction is valued by the mathematics education community, yet practices surrounding such use remain difficult for teachers to enact well, particularly in the moment during whole-class instruction. Teachers’ orientations—their beliefs, values, and preferences—influence their actions, so one important aspect of understanding teachers’ use of student...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Chemistry Critical Friendships: Investigating Chemistry-Specific Discourse within a Domain-General Discussion of Best Practices for Inquiry Assessments
High school chemistry teachers struggle to use assessment results to inform instruction. In the absence of expert assistance, teachers often look to their peers for guidance and support; however, little is known about the assessment beliefs and practices of high school chemistry teachers or the discourse mechanisms used as teachers support one another. Presented in this paper are the results from...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Analysis of the e-TEN Calibration Data
The present report summarizes the analyses of the calibration data for the electronic Test of Early Numeracy (e-TEN), an adaptive, iPad-based test of early numeracy achievement. A total of 794 children age 3 years to 8 years-11months from two states were tested.Items were designed to map ontoseven theoretical domains: verbal counting, numbering, numerical relations, numeral literacy, single-digit...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Resource | Pre-service Teachers’ Conceptions of Mathematical Argumentation
Drawing on a situated perspective on learning, we analyzed written, open-ended journals of 52 pre-service teachers (PSTs) concurrently enrolled in mathematics and pedagogy with field experience courses for elementary education majors. Our study provides insights into PSTs’ conceptualizations of mathematical argumentation in terms of its meanings. The data reveals how PSTs perceive teacher actions...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Event | Association for Education Finance and Policy AEFP 45th Annual Conference; Fort Worth, TX
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this conference will be held virtually. To learn more, visit https://aefpweb.org/conferences/call-for-proposals.
Posted: Friday, February 21
Event | Applying Social Network Analysis to STEM Education Research
Registration for this webinar is now full. We will post the slides and recording to this page after the webinar occurs. Contact Sarah Rand (srand@air.org) to be added to the waitlist and we will let you know if a spot opens up. Social network analysis is an analytical approach – including theoretical perspectives and methodological techniques – that focuses on the relationships among actors in a...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Event | Social Network Analysis - An Introduction
View Slides | Watch Webinar Recording Social network analysis is an analytical approach – including theoretical perspectives and methodological techniques – that focuses on the relationships among actors in a system using quantitative or qualitative data. Researchers using social network analysis aim to explore and understand patterns and structural properties of relationships and their...
Posted: Friday, February 21
Event | 2020 ASTE International Conference; San Antonio, TX
To learn more, visit https://theaste.org/meetings/2020-international-conference/. DRK-12 Presenters: Deborah Hanuscin, Emily Borda, and Josie Melton*, Western Washington University; Jamie Mikeska* and Dante Cisterna, Educational Testing Service (ETS) *Denotes CADRE Fellow or Fellows alumnus
Posted: Friday, February 21
Event | American Statistical Association 2020 Joint Statistical Meetings; Philadelphia, PA; Aug 1-6, 2020
To learn more, visit https://ww2.amstat.org/meetings/jsm/2020/. DRK-12 Presenters: Beth Chance and Soma Roy, Cal Poly State University; Josephine Louie, Education Development Center (EDC); Willian Finzer, Concord Consortium; Emily Fagan and Jennifer Stiles, Education Development Center (EDC)
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Event | TODOS 2020 Conference; Scottsdale, AZ
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this conference has been postponed. To learn more, visit https://www.todos-math.org/todos2020. DRK-12 Presenters: Pam Buffington and Peter Tierney-Fife, Education Development Center (EDC)
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Event | 6th International STEM in Education Conference STEM 2020; Vancouver, Canada
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this conference has been postponed until July 15-17, 2021. To learn more, visit http://stem2020.ubc.ca/. DRK-12 Presenters: Emily Dare and Joshua Ellis, Florida International University; Elizabeth Ring-Whalen, St. Catherine University; Gillian Roehrig, University of Minnesota
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Event | 2020 Leadership Seminar on Mathematics Professional Development; Portland, OR
To learn more, visit https://www.teachersdg.org/leadership-seminar/. DRK-12 Presenters: Johannah Nikula and Jill Neumayer DePiper, Education Development Center (EDC)
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Event | 14th International Congress on Mathematical Education ICME 14; Shanghai, China
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this conference has been postponed until 2021. To learn more, visit https://www.icme14.org/static/en/index.html. DRK-12 Presenters: Salvador Huitzilopochtli* and Judit Moschkovich, University of California, Santa Cruz Wenmin Zhao* and Samuel Otten, University of Missouri-Columbia *Denotes CADRE Fellow or Fellows alumnus
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Event | American Chemical Society 2020 ACS National Meeting & Expo; Philadelphia, PA
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this conference is cancelled. To learn more, visit https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings/national-meeting.html. DRK-12 Presenters: Mavreen Rose Tuvilla*, Purdue University *Denotes CADRE Fellow or Fellows alumnus
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Event | International Society of the Learning Sciences ICLS 2020 Conference; Nashville, TN
To learn more, visit https://icls2020.org/. DRK-12 Presenters: Carrie D. Allen*, University of North Texas Melissa Braaten*, University of Colorado Boulder; Christina Schwarz, Michigan State University; Christa Haverly*, Northwestern University Jennifer King Chen*, Allison Bradford, Marcia Linn, Libby Gerard, and David Crowell, University of California, Berkeley Kimberly Conner, University of...
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Event | NSF INCLUDES Webinar Goals and Metrics: Gathering Evidence of Success
Join the NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub and Network Members, Sarah Hug and Karen Peterman for the Goals and Metrics: Gathering Evidence for Success webinar on February 26 at 2 pm ET. Please RSVP to receive a reminder and download the event to your calendar. You will also then receive an email once the summary and recording is available in the online community.   Webinar login instructions  Go to...
Posted: Thursday, February 20
Announcement | CS for All Solicitation Webinar Recording Available and New Due Date
A presentation describing the policies and expectations of the Computer Science for All program (CSforAll) is now available. View the solicitation View the recording (once you have downloaded the PPT, go to Slideshow and click Start from Beginning to start the narrative). For those of you submitting proposals, the deadline has been revised to April 27, 2020.
Posted: Wednesday, February 19
Announcement | DRK-12 Research Methods Webinar Series on Social Network Analysis
Registration for both webinars is now full. We will post the slides and recording to this page after each webinar occurs. Contact Sarah Rand (srand@air.org) to be added to the waitlist and we will let you know if a spot opens up.Webinar 1: Social Network Analysis - An IntroductionThursday March 26, 2020, 1-2:15pm ETView Slides | Watch Webinar RecordingWebinar 2: Applying Social Network...
Posted: Wednesday, February 19

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