Graduate Students’ Presentations

TELS Graduate Students’ Presentations 2017

Boulden, D. (2017, February). Challenges to Afterschool STEM Programs: A Design Team’s Perspective. Eastern Educational Research Association Conference- Richmond, VA.

Boulden, D. (2017, February). Developing Teacher Leaders with Technology: Results from a Three-Year District-Wide Initiative. Eastern Educational Research Association Conference- Richmond, VA.

Boulden, D. (2017, February). A Multimodal Analysis of Girls’ Engagement and Learning in an Afterschool STEM Club. Eastern Educational Research Association Conference- Richmond, VA.

Boulden, D. (2017, April). Characterizing Middle School Girls’ Science & Engineering Identity in an Afterschool STEM Club. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting- San Antonio, TX.

Duke, R. F., Boulden, D. C., & Evans, M. A. (2017, August). The role of argumentation and epistemic cognition in a problem-based learning, STEM program. Paper presented for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Boulden, D.C., & Marquis, J. (2017, November). Action research: Empowering school media specialists to be local agents for change. Paper presented for presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Jacksonville, FL.

Braaten, Emma (2017, November). Acquiring the NC Digital Learning Competencies through Performance-Based Learning. AECT International Convention.

Davis, Rebekah & Harris, Victoria (2017, October). Take a (virtual) dive into a universe of possibility: Using VR in the classroom with Google resources. Coaching Digital Learning Institute. Raleigh.

Hurt, J. W. (2017, March). Multimodal Book Club. Lecture presented at North Carolina Association for the Gifted & Talented 43rd Annual Conference, Winston-Salem, NC.

Johnson, O. T., White, A., Womble, C., McCoy, W., & DeCuir-Gunby, J. T. (April, 2017). African Americans in the Higher Education Workplace Context: Experiencing and Coping with Racial Microaggressions. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Johnson, O. T., White, A., Womble, C., McCoy, W., & DeCuir-Gunby, J. T. (June, 2017). Coping with Racial Microaggressions in the Higher Education Work Context. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Conference. Albuquerque, NM.

Johnson, O. T., White, A., Womble, C., McCoy, W., & DeCuir-Gunby, J. T. (August, 2017). Examining the Psychological Impacts of Racial Microaggressions on African Americans in Higher Education. American Psychological Association Convention. Washington, D.C.

Grifenhagen, J. F., Jones, J. S., & Cockrell, P. O. (2017, March). Beyond Vocabulary: Academic Language for All. Presentation at the North Carolina Reading Association Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Paul, C. M., & Jones, J. S. (2017, March). Fostering Critical Literacy in the Classroom. Presentation at the North Carolina Reading Association Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Brown, S., Long, E., & Hammill, D. (2017, March). Bringing tar heel teachers together: The North Carolina C3 teachers’ hub. Facilitated collaboration amongst state leaders in social studies to add to central online C3 hub. Conducted at North Carolina Social Studies Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Long, E., & Brown, S. (2017, March). Separating fact from fiction in brain-based learning: Practical takeaways for teachers. Presented at North Carolina Social Studies Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Long, E., McBride, R., & Thomas, J. (2017, March). Engaging students with primary sources without “sourcing them to death.” Presented at North Carolina Social Studies Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Long, E., & Roberts, C. (2017, March). Moving beyond the letter to the editor: Taking informed action that matters. Presented at North Carolina Social Studies Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Long, E. (2017, March). Using authentic brain-based strategies in the social studies classroom. Presented at North Carolina Social Studies Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Long, E. (2017, March). Making the most out of primary sources: Strategies to support diverse learning needs. Presented at North Carolina Social Studies Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Long, E. (2017, March). Bringing inquiry out of the margins: Research insights from North Carolina teachers. Presented at North Carolina Social Studies Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Long, E. (2017, March). The art and science of inquiry-based social studies:

Strategies and expert tips for teachers. Presented at North Carolina Social Studies Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Long, E. (2017, April). Making historical inquiry work: Practical resources and strategies to enact the c3 framework. Presented at Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies. Dorchester, MA.

Long, E. (2017, April). A “how to” guide to enacting the C3 framework in your classroom using the inquiry design model. Presented at Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies. Dorchester, MA.

Long, E. (2017, April). Using authentic brain-based strategies for the social studies. Presented at Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies. Dorchester, MA.

Moore, R.L. (2017, May). Exploring the use of problem-based learning in a professional development class. Paper presentation at American Educational Research Association Annual Conference.

Boone, K, & Moore, R.L. (2017, September). Engaging the Adult Learner: Part 1. Interactive session has been accepted at the International Association of Assessing Officers 2017 Annual International Conference on Assessment Administration, Las Vegas, NV.

Moore, R. L. (2017, November). Earning a seat at the table: How IT departments can partner in organizational change and innovation. Accepted as roundtable session at 2017 conference of the Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) in Jacksonville, Florida.

Moore, R. L. (2017, November). Analyzing MOOC Discussion Forums: Leveraging Educational Data Mining. Accepted paper presentation for ICEM Graduate Student Panel Discussion at 2017 conference of the Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) in Jacksonville, Florida.

Moore, R. L. (2017, November). A critical incident analysis of online informal learning projects. Accepted as concurrent presentation at 2017 conference of the Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) in Jacksonville, Florida.

Tharrington, K. (2017). #HELP: How Value is Created for World Language Pre-service Teachers as Members of a Professional Learning Network on Twitter (poster). Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), Austin, TX.

Paul, C.M., & Vehabovic, N. (2017, March). Addressing ELL Reading Needs in the Classroom. Research report presented at the North Carolina Reading Association, Raleigh, N.C.

Paul, C.M., & Vehabovic, N. (2017, March). Guest Lecturer Presentation on addressing ELLs learning needs in the classroom. ECI 454: MSL Student Teaching Internship and Senior Seminar. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.

Spires, H. A., Himes, M., Paul, C. M., & Yuan, C. (2017, March). High impact practices for readers who struggle. Professional development session presented at the NC Reading Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Nguyen, H., & Yuan, C. (2017, March). The fabrics of professional development programs. Presented at NC Reading Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Yuan, C. (2017, April). Reading like an economist: A multi-case study. Paper presented at AERA Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.