The COE Research Committee is proud to announce the 2015 College of Education Faculty and Student Research Showcase. Please plan to attend and participate in this event on Wednesday, March 25 from 4:00-6:00PM in Mendenhall 244.
Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Location: Mendenhall room 244
Presenters and Research Studies:
Faculty invited paper presentation (4:15-5:00):
- Dr. Benjamin Blaisdell (SEFR), Schools as Racial Spaces: Understanding and Resisting Structural Racism
Faculty invited round table presentation (5:00-5:45):
- Dr. Abbie Brown (MSITE), 3D Printing in Instructional Settings: Identifying A Curricular Hierarchy of Activities
- Drs. Christina Tschida, Judy Smith, & Liz Fogarty (ELMID), “It Just Works Better”: Introducing the 2:1 Model of Co-Teaching in Teacher Preparation
Graduate student poster presentations (5:00-5:45):
- Kristin Justice (ELEM), Thinking Maps and Latin Instruction
- Kathy Robertson (ELEM), Tutoring to Improve Language and Grammar Skills
- Kathryn V. Cayco (ELEM), Explicit Instruction vs. Student led Learning Experiences
- Ashley Lynn (ELEM), Literature Based Instruction vs. Phonics in Isolation
- Audrey Dexter (ELEM), The Effects of Music in the Elementary Classroom
- Melinda Harrell (ELEM), Math Notebooks: Should They be Structured for 6th Grade?
- Kelsey Shue (ELEM), Determining If the Use of Technology Has a Positive Effect on Math Fact Fluency and Automaticity
- Kelly Hylton (ELEM), Project Based Learning: Does it Make Science Education Better?
- Lisa Howell Langley (ELEM), Multiplication Fact Fluency: Traditional Instructional Practices versus iPad/Web Based Applications
- Catherine Bademian (ELEM), The Effects of Background Music on Student Work
- Lauren Griffin (ELEM), Best Small Group Reading Instruction Method for Upper Elementary: Guided Reading or Literature Circles?
- Jessica Stroud (ELEM), Will K-2 Students Produce Higher Scores on their DIBELS Reading Assessment if Tested in the Morning versus in the Afternoon?
- Samantha Dinner (ELEM), Stability Balls in the Classroom- Does Usage Increase Student Achievement?
- Blythe McGowan (ELEM), Reading Comprehension Strategies
- Tracy Lynn McIntyre (ELEM), Singapore Math: The Modeling of Word Problems
- Heather Marshall (ELEM), Does Integrating the Arts, Specifically Music, into the Math Class, Increase Student Performance?
- Jennifer Burleson (ELEM), The Effectiveness of Technology on Reading in the Classroom