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 Coggins: Investigating 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?