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AERA Conference Presentations

 

2013 Annual Meeting

Saturday, April 27 - Wednesday, May 1, 2013

San Francisco, California

Presenters By Date and Time:

Saturday, April 27, 2013

(12:00 - 1:30 p.m.)

Michele Kaseta, Graduate Research Assistant, Kinesiology

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

A Social Cognitive Investigation of Inner-City After-School Physical Activity Clubs

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Research on Learning and Instruction in Physical Education, Roundtable 1

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Imperial Ballroom B

Dr. Noel Kulik, Assistant Professor, Physical Education

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

A Social Cognitive Investigation of Inner-City After-School Physical Activity Clubs

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Research on Learning and Instruction in Physical Education, Roundtable 1

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Imperial Ballroom B

Kimberly Ann Maljak, Graduate Research Assistant, Physical Education

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

A Social Cognitive Investigation of Inner-City After-School Physical Activity Clubs

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Research on Learning and Instruction in Physical Education, Roundtable 1

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Imperial Ballroom B

Dr. Jeffrey Martin, Professor, Exercise Science

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

A Social Cognitive Investigation of Inner-City After-School Physical Activity Clubs

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Research on Learning and Instruction in Physical Education, Roundtable 1

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Imperial Ballroom B

Dr. Nathan A. McCaughtry, Associate Professor, Pedagogy, Kinesiology & Physical

Education and Co-Interim Assistant Dean

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

A Social Cognitive Investigation of Inner-City After-School Physical Activity Clubs

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Research on Learning and Instruction in Physical Education, Roundtable 1

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Imperial Ballroom B

Dr. Bo Shen, Associate Professor, Pedagogy

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

A Social Cognitive Investigation of Inner-City After-School Physical Activity Clubs

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Research on Learning and Instruction in Physical Education, Roundtable 1

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Imperial Ballroom B

Dr. Laurel Whalen, Program Coordinator/Lecturer, Sports Administration

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

A Social Cognitive Investigation of Inner-City After-School Physical Activity Clubs

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Research on Learning and Instruction in Physical Education, Roundtable 1

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Imperial Ballroom B

(2:15 - 3:45 p.m.)

Dr. Poonam Arya, Associate Professor, Reading, Language and Literaure,

Division of Teacher Education Health Education

Literacy Teachers’ Learning Through Collaborative Peer Video Analysis and Their Applications of This Learning to Their Pedagogy

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Deep in the Process: Teacher Learning in Professional Development

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Imperial Ballroom B

(4:05 - 6:05 p.m.)

Dr. Erin Elizabeth Centeio, Assistant Professor, Physical Education

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program Implementation

Paper

Paper Role: Author

The Process of Change: The Evolution of the K-12 Physical Education Curriculum

Paper Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Tower 3 Union Square 21

Sunday, April 28, 2013

(8:00 - 9:45 a.m.)

Dr. Benjamin Kelcey, Assistant Professor, Education Evaluation and Research

Division of Theoretical / Behavioral Foundations

Measurement Issues in Teacher Observations and the Estimation of Teacher Effects

Symposium

Building/Room: Intercontinental / Grand Ballroom C

(8:15 - 10:15 a.m.)

Dr. Mariane M. Fahlman, Associate Professor, Health Education

Division of Kinesiology & Physical Education

Negative Effects of Teachers’ Feeling of Burnout on Students’ Motivation

Paper

Paper Role: Author

From Beginning Teacher to Approaching the Finish: The Teacher Career Cycle

Paper Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Tower 3 Union Square 23 and 24

Dr. Jeffrey Martin, Professor, Exercise Science

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

Negative Effects of Teachers’ Feeling of Burnout on Students’ Motivation

Paper

Paper Role: Author

From Beginning Teacher to Approaching the Finish: The Teacher Career Cycle

Paper Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Tower 3 Union Square 23 and 24

Dr. Nathan A. McCaughtry, Associate Professor, Pedagogy, Kinesiology & Physical

Education and Co-Interim Assistant Dean

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

Negative Effects of Teachers’ Feeling of Burnout on Students’ Motivation

Paper

Paper Role: Author

From Beginning Teacher to Approaching the Finish: The Teacher Career Cycle

Paper Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Tower 3 Union Square 23 and 24

Dr. Bo Shen, Associate Professor, Pedagogy

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

Negative Effects of Teachers’ Feeling of Burnout on Students’ Motivation

Paper

Paper Role: Author

From Beginning Teacher to Approaching the Finish: The Teacher Career Cycle

Paper Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Tower 3 Union Square 23 and 24

(10:35 - 12:05 p.m.)

Dr. Michael Barbour, Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology

Division of Administrative & Organizational Studies

Refining the Use of Homemade PowerPoint Games in a Secondary Science Classroom

Poster Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Instructional Technology SIG: Poster Session: Instructional Design and the Future

Poster Session

Building/Room: Parc 55 / Cyril Magnin Foyer

Dr. Camille M. Wilson, Associate Professor, Educational Leadership

and Policy Studies

College of Education

Alternate Routes to Education: A Critical Analysis of Economic, Intellectual, and Moral Poverty

Symposium

Building/Room: Westin St. Francis / Victorian

(4:05 - 6:05 p.m.)

Dr. Nathan A. McCaughtry, Associate Professor, Pedagogy, Kinesiology & Physical

Education and Co-Interim Assistant Dean

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

Secondary Physical Educators’ and Sport Content: A Love Affair

Paper

Paper Role: Author

The Process of Change: The Evolution of the K-12 Physical Education Curriculum

Paper Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Tower 3 Union Square 21

Monday, April 29, 2013

(8:00 - 12:00 p.m.)

Dr. Benjamin Kelcey, Assistant Professor, Education Evaluation and Research

Division of Theoretical / Behavioral Foundations

Designing Adequately Powered Cluster Randomized Trials Using Optimal Design Plus

Professional Development Course

Building/Room: Grand Hyatt / Redwood

(8:15 - 9:45 a.m.)

David Adelstein, Student, College of Education, Instructional Technology

Division of Administrative & Organizational Studies

Improving the Course Design Process at a Virtual High School

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

The Design Behind Learning Management Systems, Virtual High Schools, Technology Uses, and Military Instruction

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Sir Francis Drake / Empire

Dr. Michael Barbour, Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology

Division of Administrative & Organizational Studies

Improving the Course Design Process at a Virtual High School

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

The Design Behind Learning Management Systems, Virtual High Schools, Technology Uses, and Military Instruction

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Sir Francis Drake / Empire

Jonathan Morrison, Student, College of Education, Instructional Technology

Division of Administrative & Organizational Studies

Improving the Course Design Process at a Virtual High School

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

The Design Behind Learning Management Systems, Virtual High Schools, Technology Uses, and Military Instruction

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Sir Francis Drake / Empire

Dr. Thomas C. Pedroni, Associate Professor, Curriculum & Instruction Education

Division of Teacher Education

Schooling Urban Education Studies: The City of Detroit Is Not Just a Rusty Container for Urban Education Best Practices

Session Paper

Paper Role: Author

Bringing the City Back in to Urban Education Studies

Symposium

Building/Room: Grand Hyatt / Belvedere

Dr. Ben Pogodzinski, Assistant Professor, Leadership and Policy Studies

Division of Administrative & Organizational Studies

How Labor Management Relations and Human Resource Policies Affect Teacher Assignment in Urban School Districts

Paper

Paper Role: Author

Improving Educational Outcomes: Leaders' Connections to Reform

Paper Session

Building/Room: Westin St. Francis / Elizabethan A

Dr. Jeffrey Martin, Professor, Exercise Science

Division of Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies

Using Social Cognitive Theories to Investigate Teacher Behavior Change in Integrating Physical Activity Breaks

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Understanding Health Issues in Education Contexts

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Sir Francis Drake / Empire

(10:35 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.)

Dr. Michael Barbour, Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology

Division of Administrative & Organizational Studies

Virtual Learning in New Zealand: Examples of Networked Schools

Poster Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Online Teaching and Learning Posters: Design and Pedagogy, and Blended Learning

Poster Session

Building/Room: Parc 55 / Cyril Magnin Foyer

Dr. Ben Pogodzinski, Assistant Professor, Leadership and Policy Studies

Division of Administrative & Organizational Studies

An Analysis of State Teacher Evaluation Laws Enacted in Response to the Federal Race to the Top Initiative

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Legal Rights and Responsibilities Regarding Teacher and Student Conduct

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Tower 3 Powell

Hamid M. Siddiqui, Student, College of Education, Education Evaluation & Research

Division of Theoretical / Behavioral Foundations

Increasing Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) Response Rates Through Reminders

Paper

Paper Role: Author

Assessment Research and Practice in Higher Education

Paper Session

Building/Room: Parc 55 / Powell I

Laura Woodward, Student, College of Education, Education Evaluation & Research

Division of Theoretical / Behavioral Foundations

Increasing Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) Response Rates Through Reminders

Paper

Paper Role: Author

Assessment Research and Practice in Higher Education

Paper Session

Building/Room: Parc 55 / Powell I

(2:45 - 4:15 p.m.)

Dr. Kristy Brugar, Assistant Professor, Social Studies

Division of Teacher Education

What Difference Does Interdisciplinary Teaching Make? An Inquiry of Fifth Graders’ Learning Through the Humanities

Paper

Paper Role: Author

New Directions in the Research of Historical Understanding

Paper Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Golden Gate 5

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

(10:20 - 11:50 a.m.)

Dr. Kathleen Crawford-McKinney, Assistant Professor, Reading, Language and Literature, and Interim Assistant Dean

Division of Teacher Education

Preparing Teachers to be Effective Urban Educators: Adapting to the Needs of Culturally Diverse Students Living in Poverty

Session Paper

Paper Role: Author

Building an Institution-Wide Research Focus on Poverty in Local Schools: The Case of Detroit

Symposium

Building/Room: Westin St. Francis / Elizabethan A

Dr. Sandra Gonzales, Assistant Professor, Bilingual / Bicultural Education

Teacher Education Division

Standardized Assessment in Latino Detroit: Achievement Gap or Colonial Legacy?

Session Paper

Paper Role: Author

Building an Institution-Wide Research Focus on Poverty in Local Schools: The Case of Detroit

Symposium

Building/Room: Westin St. Francis / Elizabethan A

Dr. Jennifer Lewis, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education

Teacher Education Division

and

Monica McLeod, Student, College of Education, Curriculum and Instruction

Division of Teacher Education

High-Quality Mathematics Instruction for Children of Color Living in Poverty

Session Paper

Paper Role: Author

Building an Institution-Wide Research Focus on Poverty in Local Schools: The Case of Detroit

Symposium

Building/Room: Westin St. Francis / Elizabethan A

Dr. Michael A. Owens, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies,

Division of Administrative & Organizational Studies

Getting Past the Bottom Line: Reimagining Educational Policy as Human Capital Divestment in Metro Detroit

Paper

Paper Role: Author

Teaching for Social Justice in Diverse Classroom Contexts

Paper Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Tower 3 Union Square 17

Dr. Carolyn M. Shields, Professor and Dean

College of Education

Building an Institution-Wide Research Focus on Poverty in Local Schools: The Case of Detroit

Symposium

Building/Room: Westin St. Francis / Elizabethan A

(12:10 - 1:40 p.m.)

Dr. Jennifer Lewis, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education

Teacher Education Division

When Knowledge Is Not Enough: Productive Disposition and Other Habits of Mind

Roundtable Presentation

Paper Role: Author

Exploring Productive Disposition for Teaching Mathematics

Roundtable Session

Building/Room: Sir Francis / Empire

Dr. Carolyn M. Shields, Professor and Dean

College of Education

Dialogue as an Educational Leadership Strategy for Impoverished Contextss

Paper

Paper Role: Author

Problematizing Conceptions of Poverty and Capacity

Paper Session

Building/Room: Hilton Union Square / Tower 3 Union Square 1 and 2