2014 College of Education Faculty and Student Research Showcase

On April 2nd, the Faculty and Students of the College of Education had the opportunity to showcase the research they have been working on. Below is a listing of the presentations that were available at the Showcase.

Presenters and Research Studies

Faculty invited paper presentation (4:15-5:00):

  • Dr. Kaye Dotson & Dr. Hui Bian: Supervision on Site:  A Critical Factor in the Online Facilitated Internship

Faculty invited round table presentation (5:00-5:45):

  • Dr. Martin Reardon: Crumbling Barriers: A Comparative Study of International Teachers’ Experience of Educational Leadership in the United States and Their Home Countries

Graduate student poster presentations (5:00-5:45):

  • Casie Cannady: Achieving Math Fact Fluency
  • Emily CogginsInvestigating the Effects of Color-Coded Instructional Materials on Student Retention of Mathematical Concepts
  • Gena Covington: The Effects of Reading Logs on Accelerated Test Scores
  • Lauren Fagan: Finding Control and Freedom through the Use of Voodoo in New Orleans 1860-1880
  • Chelsea Green: Oral Reading Fluency: WhisperPhones ™
  • Devon Hall: The Impact of Unemployment on Higher Education Enrollment during Challenging Economic Times
  • Elizabeth Baker, Kimberly Herring, Nichole Lewis, & Page Midyette: Female Persistence in STEM Degree Completion at Southeastern Atlantic Women’s Colleges
  • Jennifer Marks: Effects of Fluency Intervention on Reading Comprehension
  • Kara Snyder: The Influence of Mathematical Tools on Student Learning
  • Katie Langston: The Effect of Daily Five/Café on Second Grade Reading Skills
  • Susan McCollam: The Effect of Interactive Writing on Phonological Awareness and Writing Development
  • Buffy Moore: Increasing Legible Handwriting in Kindergarten
  • Debra Pagona: Blogging to Impact Written Comprehension in First Grade
  • Marvin Smith: Will 6th grade math students who use computer games score higher on an assessment than students who do not?
  • Kathryn Suddreth: Will traditional teacher-assigned spelling homework produce a higher rate of word mastery vs. non-traditional student-chosen spelling homework?
  • Stephanie Woolard: Examining the Impact of Semantic Mapping and Multiple Exposures on Fifth Grade Students’ Science Vocabulary Achievement
  • Winston Wray: How Does Varied Multiplication Fact Instruction Impact Fact Recall?
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