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14.013. Division B: Graduate Student Seminar (Day 2) - By                 16.012. Educational Leaders for Social Justice: Lessons From
      Invitation Only. Division B-Curriculum Studies                             the Trenches. Division A-Administration, Organization, and
      Marriott, Indiana, Sixth Floor                                             Leadership
      9:00 am to 11:55 am                                                        Marriott, Houston, Fifth Floor
                                                                                 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
14.014. Division B: New Faculty Mentoring Seminar (Day 2).
                                                                          Chair:
      Division B-Curriculum Studies
                                                                          Participants: Latish C. Yeboa, University of Wisconsin - Madison;
      Marriott, Iowa, Sixth Floor
                                                                             Martin Scanlan, Marquette University; Michelle D. Young,
      9:00 am to 11:55 am
                                                                             University of Texas - Austin; Deborah Hoffman, University of
14.015. Division B: Senior Scholar Seminar (Day 2). Division B-              Wisconsin - Madison; Donald J. Fraynd, Chicago Public Schools;
      Curriculum Studies                                                     Ann Yehle,
      Marriott, Michigan, Sixth Floor
                                                                          16.013. Modeling School Systems: An Engineering Approach
      9:00 am to 11:55 am
                                                                                 to Improving Student Learning Outcomes. Division A-
14.016. Division G Tour: Identity Development and the Arts as                    Administration, Organization, and Leadership
      Tools to Promote Academic Achievement: Telpochcalli                        Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section D - Fifth Floor
      Elementary School and the National Museum of Mexican                       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
      Art. Division G-Social Context of Education                         Chair: Lauren B. Resnick, University of Pittsburgh
      Telpochcali School and The National Mexican Museum of Art,          Participants:
      Assembly Hall                                                          Building School System Causal Models to Engage Districts in
      9:00 am to 11:00 am                                                        Identifying Measurable Indicators and to Evaluate Strategies to
                                                                                 Address Student Outcomes.
                        Monday, 10:30 am                                         of Pittsburgh; Matthew M. Mehalik, Renee M. Clark, University
                                                                                 of Pittsburgh
             AERA Governance Meetings and Events                             Issues of Equity in a Systemic Modeling Approach to District
                                                                                 Reform: Input and Output Variables. Erica Halverson, University
15.001. AERA Task Force on Ethics - Closed Meeting. AERA
                                                                                 of Wisconsin - Madison
      Sheraton, Executive Center, Parlor E, Level 3
                                                                             Working With School District Leaders to Build a Normative Model
      10:30 am to 12:30 pm
                                                                                 of the K-12 School System. Jennifer Z. Sherer, University of
Chairs: Gloria J. Ladson-Billings, University of Wisconsin - Madison;
                                                                                 Pittsburgh
   Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research Association
                                                                             Building District Alignment Using System Mapping: A Comparison
                                                                                 of Two District Approaches to Improving Student Achievement.
                        Monday, 12:00 pm
                                                                                 Matthew M. Mehalik, University of Pittsburgh
                                                                          Discussants:                                            ; Adam
             AERA Governance Meetings and Events
                                                                             Gamoran, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Richard Elmore,
16.001. AERA Council of Editors - Closed Business Meeting. AERA              Harvard Graduate School of Education
       Hyatt, Skyway Conference Center, Room 273, East Tower - Blue
                                                                          16.014. Can LGBTQ + Schools = Safe? Film and Interactive Panel.
       Level
                                                                                 Division B-Curriculum Studies
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                                 Marriott, Great America, Sixth Floor
Chair:
                                                                                 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Participant: Pamela A. Moss, University of Michigan
                                                                          Chair: Erica R. Meiners, Northeastern Illinois University
16.002. AERA Postdoctoral Fellows Program Preconference Closed            Discussants: Salome Chasnoff, Beyondmedia Education; Zaida
      Meeting. AERA                                                          Sanabia, Beyondmedia Education; Shannon Kenney, Coalition for
      Fairmont, Regal Room, B (Lower) Second Level                                                            ; Amina Chaudhri, University of
      12:00 pm to 2:00 pm                                                    Illinois - Chicago/Beyondmedia Education
                                                                          16.015. Coconstruction of Curriculum as Community Building.
16.010. GSC Division C Fireside Chat: Good Work in a Global                      Division B-Curriculum Studies
       Context. Graduate Student Council                                         Marriott, Illinois, Sixth Floor
       Hyatt, Regency Ballroom, Section A, West Tower - Gold Level               12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                Chair: Vicki Ross, Northern Arizona University
Chairs: Juan M. Barrientos, New York University; Dana K. Manning,         Participants:
   Texas Tech University                                                     Visualizing Communities. Vera F. Caine, University of Alberta
Participants: Howard E. Gardner, Harvard Graduate School of                  A Dynamic Intersection: Social Studies Curriculum, Engaging
   Education;                           , New York University                    Pedagogy, and the Middle School Classroom. Catherine A.
                                                                                 Franklin, City College of New York
16.011. GSC Division F Fireside Chat: Writing History for Public
                                                                             Teacher Professional Development: Building a Bridge Through
       Consumption. Graduate Student Council
                                                                                 a Learner-Centered Curriculum in Graduate School. Karen L.
       Hyatt, Regency Ballroom, Section D, West Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                 Weller, Mary A. Kayler, Leo C. Rigsby, George Mason University
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                             Teachers’ Perspectives and Attitudes to Student-Centered Education.
Chairs: Lori J. Rhodes, Stanford University; Katherine V. Sedgwick,
                                                                                 Martha Armida Fabela, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo Leon
   University of Pennsylvania
                                                                          Discussant: Jeong-Hee Kim, Kansas State University
Participant: Jonathan L. Zimmermann, New York University
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16.016. Intersections, Interpretations, Interventions:                           Lee Shumow, Jennifer A. Schmidt, Hayal Kackar, Northern
       Poststructuralist Curriculum Theory. Division B-Curriculum                Illinois University
       Studies                                                                Assessing Reasoning Through Writing: Developing and Examining
       Marriott, Denver, Fifth Floor                                             Approaches Based on Psychological and Linguistic Theories.
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm                                                       Suzanne M. Swiderski, University of Iowa
Chair: Jerry L. Rosiek, University of Alabama                                 Creating the Engaging Reading Classroom: Instructional Practices
Participants:                                                                    That Support Autonomy and Conceptual Learning. Kathleen C.
   Beyond the Binaries: Engaging Hybrid Identities and Interstitial              Perencevich, Catholic University of America
       Locations in Curriculum and Teaching. Nina Asher, Louisiana            Latino Parental Aspirations and Literacy Practices Related to
       State University                                                          Children’s Reading Engagement. Gustavo Loera, University of
   Breaking the Gender Dichotomy: The Case for Transgender and                   Southern California; Robert S. Rueda, University of Southern
       Intersex Education in School Curriculum. Kand S. McQueen,                 California
       Indiana University                                                     Testing the Fit of the DIME Model of Reading Comprehension With
   Gender Relationships in Science Curricula, 1980-1990. Elizabeth F.            Undergraduate Students.                                       ;
       Macedo, State University of Rio De Janeiro
   The Interpretation of Dreams: Ladson-Billings, Freud, and Derrida.      Discussant: Nele McElvany, Max Planck Institute for Human
       Kyle A. Greenwalt, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Susan Talburt, Georgia State University
                                                                           16.019. A Symposium on Taking Science to School: Learning and
16.017. 21st-Century Literacy: A Symposium in Honor of Michael                    Teaching Science in Grades K-8. Division C-Learning and
       Pressley. Division C-Learning and Instruction                              Instruction
       Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section G, East Tower - Gold Level                   Hyatt, San Francisco, West Tower - Gold Level
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                        12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Chair: Elizabeth R. Albro, Institute of Education Sciences                 Chair: Jean Moon, National Academies
Participants:                                                              Participants: Andrew W. Shouse, National Research Council; Richard
                                                                              A. Duschl, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; Leona
                                                                              Schauble, Vanderbilt University; Thomas B. Corcoran, University of
      Reading Comprehension Processes. Donald J. Leu, University              Pennsylvania
      of Connecticut; David P. Reinking, Clemson University; Amy           Discussant: John D. Bransford, University of Washington
      R. Carter, Clemson University; Jill M. Castek, University of
                                                                           16.020. Alignment Between Science Curriculum and Assessment: A
      Connecticut; Julie L. Coiro, University of Connecticut; Laurie A.
                                                                                  Comparison Between the U.S. and Selected Asian Countries.
      Henry, University of Connecticut; Athena Lentini, University of
                                                                                  Division C-Learning and Instruction
      Connecticut; Jacquelynn A Malloy, Clemson University; Caroline
                                                                                  Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section A, East Tower - Gold Level
      C. Mills, Clemson University; Angela M. Rogers, Clemson
                                                                                  12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
      University; Lisa Zawilinski, University of Connecticut
                                                                           Chair: Xiufeng Liu, State University of New York - Buffalo
   Skills for the Twenty-First Century: Supporting Digital Literacy in
                                                                           Participants: Kimberly L. Bilica, State University of New York - Buffalo;
      the Classroom. Cornelia Brunner, Shelley Pasnik, Margaret A.
                                                                              Ling L. Liang, La Salle University; Xiufeng Liu, State University
      Honey, Center For Children and Technology
                                                                              of New York - Buffalo; BaoHui Zhang, Nanyang Technological
   Learning How to Learn in Digital Literacy Environments: The
                                                                              University
      Role of Just-In-Time Representational and Strategic Coaching
                                                                           Discussant: Andrew C. Porter, Vanderbilt University
      Supports in Developing 5th-Grade Bilingual and Monolingual
      Students’ Vocabulary.                                                16.021. Beliefs and Emotions About Becoming and Being a Teacher.
      Technology; Patrick Proctor, Boston College; Catherine Snow,                Division C-Learning and Instruction
      Harvard Graduate School of Education; Kristen Robinson,                     Hyatt, DuSable, West Tower - Silver Level
                                             ; Elaine Mo, Harvard                 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
      Graduate School of Education; Marla R. Ucelli, Annenberg             Chair: Anne Christiane Frenzel (Zirngibl), University of Munich
      Institute for School Reform;                                         Participants: Paul A. Schutz, University of Texas - San Antonio; Ji
      Technology;                                                             Yeon Hong, University of Georgia; Dionne Cross, University of
      Technology                                                              Georgia; Lars-Erik Malmberg,                         ; Helen M. G.
   Assessing Multiple - Text Digital Literacy Skills. Susan R.                Watt, Monash University; Paul W. Richardson, Monash University;
      Goldman, Kimberley Gomez, Kimberly A. Lawless, Meryl W.                 Nicole Tysvaer, University of Michigan; Anne Christiane Frenzel
      Bertenthal, Michael Manderino, Shaunna Macleod, Jason                   (Zirngibl), University of Munich; Thomas Goetz, University of
      Lawrence Braasch, University of Illinois - Chicago                      Munich; Caitlin Scott, Cleveland State University; Rosemary E.
Discussant: Donna E. Alvermann, University of Georgia                         Sutton, Cleveland State University
                                                                           Discussant: Reinhard Pekrun, University of Munich
16.018. A Developmental Perspective on Literacy Skill. Division
       C-Learning and Instruction                                          16.022. Examining Aspects of Children’s Reading Literacy: PIRLS
       Hyatt, McCormick, West Tower - Silver Level                                2001 - IEA’s Study of Fourth-Grade Reading Literacy in 35
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                        Countries. Division C-Learning and Instruction
Chair: Nathalie Cote, Belmont Abbey College                                       Hyatt, Grand Suite 5, East Tower - Gold Level
Participants:                                                                     12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
   Adolescents’ Experience Doing Homework: Associations Among              Chair:
       Context, Quality of Experience, and Social-Emotional Outcomes.      Participants:
                                                                              Children’s Processes of Reading Comprehension: Results From
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      the PIRLS 2001 Study of Reading in the Fourth Grade in 35              16.025. Thinking Through Representations: A Knowledge-in-
      Countries. Ina V.s. Mullis, Boston College                                    Pieces Epistemological Perspective. Division C-Learning and
   Examining Gender and the Home Environment Fostering Literacy                     Instruction
      in PIRLS 2001 Countries. Kathleen Trong, Boston College                       Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section C, East Tower - Gold Level
   A Comparison of Fourth Graders’ Academic Self-Concepts and                       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
      Attitudes Toward Reading, Mathematics, and Science in PIRLS            Chair: David Hammer, University of Maryland
      and TIMSS Countries. Ann M. Kennedy, Boston College                    Participants:
Discussant: Patrick A. Gonzales, National Center for Education                  Representational Competence From a Knowledge-in-Pieces
   Statistics                                                                       Perspective. Rozy Brar, University of California - Berkeley;
                                                                                    Mariana Levin, University of California - Berkeley
16.023. Examining the Promises and Complexities of Teaching
                                                                                Using Knowledge-in-Pieces to Inform Case-Study Methods When
       Mathematics for Social Justice in Latino/a Contexts. Division
                                                                                    Investigating Students’ Use of Drawn Representations of Areas.
       C-Learning and Instruction
                                                                                    Andrew G. Izsak, University of Georgia
       Hyatt, Grand Suite 3, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                Designing for Abstraction and Knowledge-in-Pieces. Dave Pratt,
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                                    University of Warwick (U.K.)
Chair: Julia M. Aguirre, University of California - Santa Cruz
                                                                                Understanding Natural Harmonic Oscillation Through the Mediation
Participants:
                                                                                    of Representations.
   Integrating Social Justice Into a University Preservice Mathematics
                                                                                Microworld Representations as Mediators of Incremental
       Methods Course: A Latina Mathematics Educator’s Perspective.
                                                                                    Knowledge Transfer.
       Julia M. Aguirre, University of California - Santa Cruz
                                                                             Discussant: Andrea A. diSessa, University of California - Berkeley
   Using Students’ “Generative Themes” in Teaching Mathematics
       for Social Justice. Patricia Buenrostro, University of Illinois       16.026. Measuring Student Growth. Division D-Measurement and
       - Chicago; Eric H. Gutstein, University of Illinois - Chicago; Phi           Research Methodology
       Pham, Downtown Charter School; Joyce Sia, Greater Lawndale                   Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section A - Fifth Floor
       School for Social Justice                                                    12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
   Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice With Elementary Latino/a          Chair: Andrew A. White, Institute of Education Sciences
       Students in an Afterschool Setting. Marta Civil, Javier Diez-         Participants:
       Palomar,Ksenija Simic, Erin Turner, Maura Varley, University of          A Distributionwide View of High-Stakes Test Score Trends. Andrew
       Arizona                                                                      Dean Ho, University of Iowa; Tracey Magda, University of Iowa
   Curriculum Tensions in Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice               An Exploration of Methods for Evaluation of Individual and School
       in a Diverse Urban Middle School Classroom. Erin Turner,                     Progress at the Subscale Level. Chingwei D Shin, Pearson
       University of Arizona                                                        Educational Measurement
Discussant: Rochelle Gutierrez, University of Illinois - Urbana-                Evaluating the Validity of Status and Growth Measures in State
                                                                                    Accountability Systems.                                       ;
                                                                                    Keith Zvoch, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
16.024. Technology Research: Collaborative and Community
                                                                                Testing the Assumptions of the Dual Discrepancy Model Using a
       Experiences With Online Communication Tools. Division C-
                                                                                    Growth Mixture Model.
       Learning and Instruction
                                                                             Discussant: G. Gage Kingsbury, Northwest Evaluation Association
       Sheraton, Arkansas, Level 2
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm                                                   16.027. Merging Growth With Accountability: Conceptualization,
Chair: Bronwyn E. Stuckey, University of Wollongong                                 Implementation, and Consequences. Division D-Measurement
Participants:                                                                       and Research Methodology
   Building Knowledge Through Online Conversations: A Theoretical                   Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section B - Fifth Floor
       Framework With Design Implications. Alyssa F. Wise, Indiana                  12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
       University; Thomas M. Duffy, Indiana University                       Participants:
   Collaborating in Distance Education: Does It Lead to Knowledge               Growth Toward Standards: A Comparison of Three Models. Harold
       Building?                                               ; Jim                C. Doran, American Institutes for Research
                                                                                A Potential Outcomes’ Approach to Conceptualizing Growth and
   The Use of E-Conferencing Tools for Online Instruction. Shufang                  School Effectiveness.
      Shi, State University of New York - Cortland; Blaine Victor               Educational Growth Charts: A Means for Communicating Change.
      Morrow, Palomar College, CA                                                   Damian W. Betebenner, Boston College
   Blended Learning via Blogging: The Impacts of Blogs on Student               A Value/Transition Table Approach to Accountability, Using
      Perceptions Toward Social Interaction and Learning Satisfaction.              Growth.
      Yimei Lin, National Chung Cheng University; Xin-Ru Lu,                        Education
      National Chung Cheng University                                           A Test of the Systemic Validity of a Value-Added Assessment
   The Challenges and Successes of Wikibookian Experts and                          System.
      Wikibook Novices: Classroom and Community Collaborative                Discussant: Henry I. Braun, ETS
      Experiences.                                            ; Curtis
                                                                             16.028. Culture and Change in the History of Higher Education.
      J. Bonk, Indiana University; Mimi Miyoung Lee, University of
                                                                                    Division F-History and Historiography
      Houston; Meng-Fen Lin, University of Houston
                                                                                    Swissôtel, Vevey, Third Floor
Discussants:                                              ; Linda G.
                                                                                    12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                             Chair:
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Participants:                                                                    Measure. Carol R. Thrush, University of Arkansas; Jim Vander
   Creating the College Man: American Mass Magazines, College,                   Putten, University of Arkansas - Little Rock;
       Cultural Capital, and the Transformation of Middle Class                  Duke University;
       Masculinity, 1893-1915. Daniel Andrew Clark, Indiana State                - San Francisco;                                            ;
       University                                                                Carolyn Pearson, University of Arkansas - Little Rock
   Fundraising for Change in the Black College Community. Marybeth            One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Examination of a Clinical Teaching
       Gasman, University of Pennsylvania; Noah Daniel Drezner,                  Instrument Used for Faculty Assessment. S. Beth Bierer,
       University of Pennsylvania                                                Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Alan L. Hull, Cleveland Clinic
   How Soft Power Worked Through Higher Education: A Historical                  Lerner College of Medicine of CWRU
       Case Study of the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign,             How to Create a Concept Inventory: The Thermal and Transport
       1900-1960. Carol Huang, City College of New York                          Concept Inventory. Mary A. Nelson, University of Colorado;
   On the Margins: A Collective Portrait of Women Professors at the              Monica R. Geist, University of Northern Colorado; Ronald L.
       University of New Zealand, 1912-1961. Tanya Fitzgerald, Unitec            Miller, Colorado School of Mines; Ruth A. Streveler, Purdue
       Institute of Technology                                                   University;
   Weighing In: Catholic Women-Religious and the National Catholic         Discussant: P. K. Imbrie, Purdue University
       Educational Association, 1916-1934. Ann Marie Ryan, Loyola
                                                                           16.032. A Brave New World: Researching and Understanding the
       University - Chicago
                                                                                  Net Generation Through Their Eyes. Division J-Postsecondary
Discussant: Susanna Calkins, Northwestern University
                                                                                  Education
16.029. “(Re)Connecting With Diverse Families”: Engaging in                       Marriott, Cook, Third Floor
       Partnerships That Lead to Curriculum Transformations.                      12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
       Division G-Social Context of Education                              Participants:
       Hyatt, Addams, West Tower - Silver Level                               MyNetwork: Understanding the Links and Texts of College
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                        Students’ New Literacies. Dana Wilber Cammack, Montclair
Chair: Patrick C. Manyak, University of Wyoming                                   State University
Participants:                                                                 Situating the Net Gen: Exploring the Role of Technology in the
   Home Visits as Contexts for Teacher Learning From/With Families.               Social Identity of College Students. Sarah Lohnes, Teachers
       Maria Luiza Dantas, University of San Diego                                College, Columbia University
   Networks of Support: Learning From the Other Teachers in                   Learning Designs: Tapping the Technology Fluency of the Net
       Children’s Lives. Susi Long, University of South Carolina; Dinah           Generation. Donna DeGennaro, Montclair State University
       Volk, Cleveland State University                                    Discussant: Charles K. Kinzer, Teachers College, Columbia University
   Issues in Funds of Knowledge Teaching and Research: Key
                                                                           16.033. A Driving Force: Community Partnership Strategies for
       Concepts From a Study of Appalachian Families and Schooling.
                                                                                  Using Data to Improve Postsecondary Access and Success
       Ellen McIntyre, University of Louisville
                                                                                  Among Underrepresented Students. Division J-Postsecondary
   How Knowledge Counts: Families and Their Lived Experiences
                                                                                  Education
       as Resources for Academic and Social Action. Beth V. Yeager,
                                                                                  Marriott, Dupage, Third Floor
       University of California - Santa Barbara;
                                                                                  12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
       University of California - Santa Barbara
                                                                           Chair:
Discussant: Patrick C. Manyak, University of Wyoming
                                                                           Participants:
16.030. Research on the Front Porch: Scholarship and Practice                 The “What” and “Whither” of Partnerships for College Access
       in Intercollegiate Athletics. Division G-Social Context of                 and Success and Data Use. Donald Earl Collins, Academy for
       Education                                                                                           ; Alexandra T. Weinbaum, Academy for
       Hyatt, Horner, West Tower - Silver Level
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                    Use of Data by Chattanooga-Hamilton County Public Education
Participant:                                                                    Foundation: Identifying Success Pathways. Debra L. Vaughan,
   Research on the Front Porch: Scholarship and Practice in                     Public Education Foundation; Susan Street, College Access
       Intercollegiate Athletics. Jennifer L. Hoffman, University of            Center
       Washington; William Broussard, University of Arizona; James            Improving Program Design and Policy Development: The Use of
       S. Antony, University of Washington;                                     Data by the San Antonio Education Partnership. Gilberto Ramon,
       Washington;                                                                                                  ; Robert E. Zeigler, San
                                                                                Antonio College
                                                                              Evaluating Partnerships for College Access and Success: Process
16.031. Developing Assessment Measures. Division I-Education in
                                                                                and Findings on Data Use in Initiative. Marcela Gutierrez-
       the Professions
                                                                                                                                 ; Margaret Guk,
       Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section F - Fifth Floor
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                           Discussant:
Chair: Rebecca A. Baranowski, American Board of Internal Medicine
Participants:                                                              16.034. Adjunct/Faculty Learning Communities in Higher
   Validation of an Assessment Tool for Aseptic Technique in Resident            Education: Enhancing Program Quality, Building
       Physicians.                                           ; Stanley           Collaboration, and Developing Praxis. Division J-
       J. Hamstra, University of Michigan; Lisa Colletti, University of          Postsecondary Education
       Michigan Medical School                                                   Marriott, Huron, Tenth Floor
   Expert Panel Validation of a Research Integrity Culture and Climate           12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
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Chair: Constance K. Bond, Mercy College                                           Hyatt, Toronto, West Tower - Gold Level
Participants:                    , Mercy College; Jacob Easley,                   12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
   Mercy College; Howard Miller, Mercy College; Linda Tribuzio,            Chair: Cynthia L. Carver, Michigan State University
   Mercy College;                        , Mercy College; John             Participants:
   Jenkins,                                                ; Jessica          Facilitating Mentoring Experiences With Video-Based Portfolios.
   Nauiokas, Charter School Resource Center; William Walters, Mercy                                       Peter Rich, Richard E. West, Michael J.
   College                                                                                  Arthur M. Recesso, University of Georgia
16.035. Admission, Preparation, and Retention of Minority
                                                                                 Responsibilities. Kendra Hall, Robert V. Bullough, Roni Jo
       Candidates in Teacher Education. Division K-Teaching and
                                                                                        Leigh K. Smith, Brigham Young University
       Teacher Education
                                                                              Using Mentoring as a Tool to Increase Teacher Retention and
       Hyatt, Ogden, West Tower - Silver Level
                                                                                                              Deborah Leachman Slawson, Lyle
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Participants:
                                                                              An Analysis of Beginning Teachers’, Mentors’, and Principals’
   Retention of First-Generation, Mexican-American Paraprofessionals
                                                                                 Perceptions of the Blum Mentoring Program. LaJerne Terry
       in Teacher Education: The Juggling Act of Nontraditional
                                                                                 Cornish, Goucher College
       Students. Amanda Morales, Margaret Gail Shroyer, Kevin Murry,
                                                                              The Role of Preparation in Teacher Retention. Nancy C D Zeller,
       Kansas State University
                                                                                 East Carolina University; Guili Zhang, East Carolina University
   Study of Future Science Teachers’ Academic Histories in a
                                                                              A Dialogic Approach to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Teacher
       Postdegree Teacher Education Program. Tony Pascuzzo,
                                                                                 Engagement Within Online Professional Communities. Diane
       University of Calgary; HsingChi W. von Bergmann, University of
                                                                                 Hui, Washington University - St. Louis
       Calgary
                                                                           Discussant:
   Teacher Education Program Components and Teacher Retention:
       Evidence From SASS, 1999. Jijun Zhang, University of
       Maryland - College Park; Ann L Nutter, University of Maryland;             With an Understanding of Urban Students’ Lives: The
       Donna L. Wiseman, University of Maryland                                   Case of the NYC Teaching Fellows. Division K-Teaching and
   The Road Now Taken: Minority Candidates’ Experiences of the                    Teacher Education
       Admissions Process in a Canadian Teacher Education Program.                Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section I, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                  12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
   Understanding Undergraduates’ Decisions to Enter Teacher                Chair: Laurel A Cooley, Brooklyn College
      Preparation and Pursue a Teaching Career as “Careership”.            Participant:
                                     Crystal Gail Lunsford, Kevin C.
      Roxas, Michigan State University                                            Challenging Mathematics With an Understanding of Urban
Discussant:                                                                       Students’ Lives: The Case of the New York City Teaching
                                                                                  Fellows Program. Laurel A Cooley, Brooklyn College
16.036. Deconstructing Preservice Teachers’ Biases and Cultural
                                                                           Participants: Michael Meagher, Brooklyn College; Paula J. Fleshman,
       Ideologies. Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
                                                                              Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.; Laura M Gellert, City University of New
       Hyatt, Stetson Conference Center, Suite E, West Tower - Purple
                                                                              York; Andrew M. Brantlinger, City University of New York; Eileen
       Level
                                                                              Donoghue, City University of New York - College of Staten Island;
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                              Haiwen Chu, The Graduate Center; Beverly Smith, City College of
Chair: Jody Z. Priselac, University of California - Los Angeles
                                                                              New York
Participants:
                                                                           Discussant: Nicholas M. Michelli, City University of New York
   Fostering Understanding of Institutional Oppression Among
       Preservice Teachers. Nora E. Hyland, Rutgers, The State             16.039. Professional Development and Literacy. Division K-
       University of New Jersey; Kimberly A Heuschkel, Rutgers, The               Teaching and Teacher Education
       State University of New Jersey                                             Hyatt, Plaza Ballroom, Section A, East Tower - Green Level
   The ABCs for Preservice Teacher Cultural Competency                            12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
       Development.                                                        Chair: Nancy Laine Marano, Southern Connecticut State University
       - Greensboro; Ye He, University of North Carolina - Greensboro      Participants:
   Can We Make Use of Tensions and Contradictions in Community                Comparative Case Studies of the Effects of Teacher Professional
       Experiences to Improve Teacher Education? Valerie L.                       Development in Disadvantaged Preschool Students’ Emergent
       Farnsworth, University of Wisconsin - Madison                              Literacy Growth.                                        ;
   Preservice Teachers’ Beliefs and Assumptions About Diverse                     Donald B. Yarbrough, University of Iowa
       Students While Participating in a Study-Buddy Program.                 Content Area Literacy: Building Teacher Expertise and Increasing
       Deborah S. Brown, West Chester University; Fanni Liu Coward,               Student Achievement.
       University of Alabama - Huntsville                                         University;                                      ; Roxanne
   Strengthening Early Childhood Teacher Preparation: Integrating
       Assessment, Curriculum Development, and Instructional Practice         Examining the Complexities of “Kid Watching” in a Context for
       in Student Teaching. Gillian D. McNamee, Erikson Institute; Jie-          Teacher Inquiry. K. Sunday Cummins, University of Illinois
       Qi Chen, Erikson Institute                                             Professional Development for Teacher Leadership: Democracy
Discussant: Lee A. Bell, Barnard College                                         Within and Across Secondary Schools for Teaching for
                                                                                 Understanding. Jennifer L. Snow-Gerono, Tanya Peters, Anne
16.037. Mentoring for Professional Development. Division K-
                                                                                 Gregory, Rosemary Palmer, Boise State University
      Teaching and Teacher Education
                                                                              The Effects of Professional Development in Literacy on Secondary
                                                        Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                        71


      Urban Teachers: A Cross-Case Analysis. Julia Emig, Bard                 Theoretical and Experiential Epiphanies: Learning to Understand
      College MAT Program                                                       Cultural Differences and Employ Culturally Responsive
   What Does It Take for Literacy Coaches to Function as Agents for             Pedagogy, an Autoethnography. Frank Jason Feola, Cleveland
      Instructional Change? Sarah E. Scott, University of Michigan              State University
Discussant: Mary F. Roe, Washington State University                          White Female Teachers in a Predominantly Hispanic School:
                                                                                Bridging the Cultural Divide. Crystal M. Soltero, University of
16.040. Risking the Nation: Are Schools Ready for the Latino
                                                                                Arizona
       Majority? Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
       Sheraton, Chicago Ballroom, Section VI, Level 4                     16.043. Teachers’ Shifting Attitudes, Beliefs, and Perspectives
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm                                                        About Multicultural Education: Implications for Teacher
Chair: Alejandro Portes, Princeton University                                     Education. Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
Participants: Rosa Hernandez Sheets, Texas Tech University; Angela                Hyatt, Burnham, West Tower - Silver Level
   Valenzuela, University of Texas - Austin; Alma Perez, University of            12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
   Texas - Austin; Patricia C. Gándara, University of California -         Chair: Tricia M. Gallagher-Geurtsen, Cutting Edge Education
   Davis; Richard P. Duran, University of California - Santa Barbara;      Participants:
   Pedro Portes, University of Georgia; Bernadette Bridget Musetti,           Predictors of Multicultural Concerns, Beliefs, and Attitudes: A
   University of Georgia; Paul H. Matthews, University of Georgia;                Survey of Preservice Teachers in Missouri. Motoko Akiba,
   Dora L. Salazar, Texas Tech University                                         University of Missouri - Columbia; Hui Zhao, University of
Discussants: Luis C. Moll, University of Arizona; Kris Gutierrez,                 Missouri - Columbia; Eryca R. Neville, University of Missouri
   University of California - Los Angeles                                         - Columbia; Peggy L. Placier, University of Missouri
                                                                              Preservice Teachers’ Beliefs and Attitudes About Multicultural
16.041. Social Identity and Race as Context and Complexity
                                                                                  Education: Does Formal Preparation Make a Difference? Yasar
       for Teacher Education. Division K-Teaching and Teacher
                                                                                  Bodur, Georgia Southern University; Vivian Fueyo, University of
       Education
                                                                                  South Florida - St. Petersburg
       Hyatt, Atlanta, West Tower - Gold Level
                                                                              Preservice Teachers’ Agreement With Tenets of Economic and
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                                  Social Justice: Views From Two Institutions. Thomas A. Lucey,
Chair: Rosa Hernandez Hernandez Sheets, Texas Tech University
                                                                                  Illinois State University; James D. Laney, University of North
Participants:
                                                                                  Texas
   Exploring the Complexities of Social Identity and Teaching for
                                                                              Teachers’ Perspectives on Pedagogies That Foster Transformative
       Equity. Andrew M. A. Allen, University of Windsor; Patrick
                                                                                  Learning in a Multicultural Education Course: From Color
       Solomon, York University;
                                                                                  Blindness to Color Vision.
   Antiracist Teaching, Identity, and Literacy: A Case Study of
                                                                                  Missouri - Kansas City
       Preservice Teacher Learning. Melissa Mosley, Washington
                                                                              The Evolving Views of Preservice Teachers on Multicultural
       University - St. Louis
                                                                                  Curriculum and the Inclusive Classroom. John Zack, University
   Identity, Coteaching, and the Freedom to Be Who You Are for an
                                                                                  of Connecticut; Michael P. Alfano, University of Connecticut
       African-American Preservice Science Teacher. Gale A. Seiler,
                                                                              “Getting Too Heavy”: Exploring Beginning Teachers’ Assumptions
       University of Maryland - Baltimore County
                                                                                  About Young Children and Teaching for Social Justice. Deirdre
   Listening to the Voices of Black and Minority Ethnic Teachers
                                                                                  M. Kelly, University of British Columbia; Mary Brooks,
       and Students: Lessons for a Quality Education for All. Lorna
                                                                                  University of British Columbia
                                                    ; Carol Tomlin,
                                                                           Discussant: Pamela A. Taylor, Seattle University
   Perspectives on Race: How Teacher-Education Context Matters.            16.044. Teachers’ Social Subjectivities and the Model of Teaching.
      Laura C. Haniford, California State University - Fullerton; Brian           Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
      Girard, University of Michigan                                              Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section K, East Tower - Gold Level
   Resisting Negative Images and Stereotypes: A Latina Prospective                12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
      Teacher’s Story. Terri L. Rodriguez, University of Wisconsin         Chair: Bridget Rebecca Amory, Morris Early Childhood Center
      - Madison                                                            Participants:
Discussant: Theresa Montano, California State University - Northridge
                                                                                 Research on Teachers and Religion. Kimberly R. White,
16.042. Teachers and Teaching in Diverse City Schools. Division
                                                                                 University of Wisconsin - Madison
       K-Teaching and Teacher Education
                                                                              Frank McCourt’s Teacher Man, Teachers’ Stories, and Teacher
       Hyatt, Acapulco, West Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                 Learning. Renate Schulz, University of Manitoba
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                              The Portrayal of Teachers in Children’s Fiction. Nancy S. Niemi,
Chair:
                                                                                 Nazareth College;                                       ; Julia
   London
Participants:
   Changing Views, Visions, and Voices: Teachers’ Perceptions of
                                                                                 Advanced Teacher Candidates. Yoon-Joo Lee, Brooklyn College;
       Culturally Responsive Strategies for Urban Schools. Alice P.
                                                                                 Min Sun Shin, Monmouth University
       Bartley, University of Maryland; Regina Young, University
       of Maryland - College Park; Jennifer Bacon, University of           16.045. Teaching Math and Science: Culturally Responsive and
       Maryland; Augustina Bryan, University of Maryland - College               Equity-Focused Practices. Division K-Teaching and Teacher
       Park                                                                      Education
   In It for the Long Haul: Career Trajectories of Urban Educators.
                                                                                 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
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Chair:                                                                           Environment for Learning. Frederick D. Erickson, University of
Participants:                                                                    California - Los Angeles
   A Mathematics Teacher’s Equity Practice in a School Committed             A Pedagogy of Embodiment: The Aesthetic Practice of Holistic
       to Community Connection and Social Change. Susan Gregson,                 Education in a Taiko Drumming Ensemble. Kimberly A. Powell,
                                                                                 Pennsylvania State University
   Teaching Practices and Interactions in Special Education                  Connecting Visual Metaphor and Literacy in Teacher Education.
      Mathematics Classrooms.                                                    Richard E. Siegesmund, University of Georgia
      Florida; Asha K. Jitendra, Lehigh University; Martha League,        Participants: Melisa S. Cahnmann, University of Georgia; Frederick
      University of Florida                                                  D. Erickson, University of California - Los Angeles; Kimberly A.
   Beginning Science and Mathematics Teachers’ Views and Practices           Powell, Pennsylvania State University; Richard E. Siegesmund,
      Connected to Equity: The Role of Induction. Mary E. Brenner,           University of Georgia; Mariana Souto-Manning, University of
      University of California - Santa Barbara; Julie Bianchini,             Georgia
      University of California - Santa Barbara                            Discussant: Liora Bresler, University of Illinois
   How Might Questioning Practices Support Diverse Learners in a
                                                                          16.048. The World of Educational Quality: International
      Reform-Oriented Mathematics Class? Amy N. Parks, Michigan
                                                                                 Perspectives. Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
      State University
                                                                                 Hyatt, Crystal Ballroom, Section C, West Tower - Green Level
   Culturally Responsive Approaches to Mathematics Teaching
                                                                                 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
      and Learning in Aboriginal Communities. Cynthia C. Nicol,
                                                                          Chair: Kathryn A. Newman, Grambling State University
      University of British Columbia; Jo-Ann Archibald, University
                                                                          Participants:
      of British Columbia; Heather J. Kelleher, University of
                                                                             Assessment of Training Needs of the Teachers of Technological
      British Columbia; Lee Brown, University of British Columbia;
                                                                                 Institutes of Higher Learning in Bangladesh. Farzana Sultana,
      Vonnie Hutchingson, School District No. 50; Wendy S Nielsen,
                                                                                 University of South Carolina;
      University of British Columbia;
                                                                                 of Dhaka; Hosne Ara Begum, University of Dhaka
      British Columbia
                                                                             Diagnosing the Entry Behavior of First Graders in Ghanaian
Discussant: Nithya Narayanaswamy Iyer, State University of New York
                                                                                 Primary Schools.
                                                                             Greening the Secondary School Curriculum in Ukraine:
16.046. Teaching Science: Practical and Pedagogical Content                      Investigating Teachers’ Practices.
       Knowledge. Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education                      British Columbia
       Hyatt, Crystal Ballroom, Section A, West Tower - Green Level          Understanding the Potential of Education Reform in Primary School
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                       Classrooms in Mali: Teacher Perspectives.
Chair: Robert L. Blomeyer, Blomeyer & Clemente Consulting Services               Plan USA
Participants:                                                             Discussant: Cheng-Yao Lin, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
   Practical Knowledge in Teaching: Case Studies From Physical
                                                                          16.049. Analyses of Alternative Delivery: Vouchers, Charters,
       Science Classrooms. Sara Labib Salloum, University of Illinois
                                                                                 Decentralized, and Year-Round Schooling. Division L-
                             ; Fouad S. Abd-El-Khalick, University of
                                                                                 Educational Policy and Politics
                                                                                 Sheraton, Erie, Level 2
   Beginning Biology Teachers’ Perception of PCK and Their
                                                                                 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
      Application of PCK in Their Classes. Sibel Uysal, Arizona State
                                                                          Chair: Henry Levin, Teachers College, Columbia University
      University; Selcen Kendir, University of Minnesota; Elizabeth
                                                                          Participants:
      Blake Lewis, Arizona State University; EunJin Bang, Arizona
                                                                             Are Charter Schools Better Than Public Schools? Exploiting Private
      State University; Sharon Schleigh, Arizona State University;
                                                                                 School Enrollment Trends to Study the Relative Valuation
      Jennifer Neakrese, Arizona State University; Julie A. Luft,
                                                                                 of Schools.                                    ; Rajashri
      Arizona State University; Gillian Roehrig, University of
                                                                                 Chakrabarti, Harvard University
      Minnesota
                                                                             The Effect of Year-Round School on Academic Achievement.
   Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Perspectives From the Science
                                                                                 Jake E. Stone, Simon Fraser University; Amery Dai Ling Wu,
      Classroom. Christine L. Ure, Mary Dixon, Peter Ferguson,
                                                                                 University of British Columbia
      Julianne Moss, Kim Ann Senior, University of Melbourne
                                                                             The Relationship Between School Resources and Student
   Narrative Analysis as a Way of Understanding a Preservice Science
                                                                                 Attainment in Secondary Schools in England. Rosalind R.
      Teacher’s Pedagogical Content Knowledge. Youngjin Song,
                                                                                 Levacic, Andrew Jenkins, Anna Vignoles, Rebecca Allen, Institute
      University of Georgia
                                                                                 of Education, University of London
Discussant: Karen D. King, New York University
                                                                             Vouchers, Public School Response, and the Role of Incentives:
16.047. The Power and Possibilities of Arts-Based Approaches                     Evidence From Florida. Rajashri Chakrabarti, Harvard
       to Teacher Education Research and Practice. Division K-                   University
       Teaching and Teacher Education                                     Discussant: Dominic J. Brewer, University of Southern California
       Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section E, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                          16.050. Policies and Politics of Credentialing. Division L-Educational
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                                 Policy and Politics
Chair: Melisa S. Cahnmann, University of Georgia
                                                                                 Sheraton, Colorado, Level 2
Participants:
                                                                                 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
   Performing Teachers’ Lives: A Critical Performative Approach to
                                                                          Chair: Jennifer K. Rice, University of Maryland - College Park
       Teacher Education. Melisa S. Cahnmann, University of Georgia;
                                                                          Participants:
       Mariana Souto-Manning, University of Georgia
                                                                             The Role of Preschool Teacher Credentials in Classroom Quality
   Musicality in Talk: A Key Element in Classroom Discourse as an
                                                        Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                       73


      and Children’s School Readiness. Steven Glazerman, Sarah                                                    Robin Terrell Taylor, Auburn
      Avellar, John M. Love, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.                   University
                                                                           16.053. Games, Learning, and Society. SIG-Advanced Technologies
     They Teach, and Where They Go. Lora A. Cohen-Vogel, Florida
                                                                                  for Learning
     State University; Thomas M. Smith, Vanderbilt University
                                                                                  Sheraton, Ontario, Level 2
   How Well Do Standards-Based Teacher Evaluation Systems
                                                                                  12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
     Identify High-Quality Teachers? Sarah Archibald, University of
                                                                           Chairs: David W. Shaffer, University of Wisconsin - Madison; James
     Wisconsin - Madison
                                                                              Paul Gee, University of Wisconsin - Madison
                                                                           Participants:
      in Chile: A Pioneer Experience in Latin America. Jorge
                                                                              Games as Designed Experience in Ideological Worlds. Kurt D.
      Manzi, Carolina Susana Araya,
                                                                                  Squire, University of Wisconsin - Madison
      Universidad Catolica de Chile: Eduardo Barros, David Bravo,
                                                                              Games for Thought: The Future of Education and How We Can Get
      Claudia Peirano, Janet Cadiz, Catholica University of Chile;
                                                                                  There. David W. Shaffer, University of Wisconsin - Madison
                                                                              Games as Social Systems Theory Testing: Games for Instructional
Discussant:
                                                                                  Leadership. Richard R. Halverson, University of Wisconsin
16.051. Policies of Inclusivity. Division L-Educational Policy and            Games as a Highly Visible Medium for the Study of Distributed,
       Politics                                                                   Situated Cognition. Constance A. Steinkuehler, University of
       Sheraton, Huron, Level 2                                                   Wisconsin - Madison
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                 Discussant: James Paul Gee, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Chair: Catherine A. Lugg, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
                                                                           16.054. Associates for Research on Private Education - SIG Paper
Participants:
                                                                                  Session. SIG-Associates for Research on Private Education
   Education Laws and Policies and Their Relationship to School
                                                                                  Marriott, Indiana, Sixth Floor
       Climate for LGBT Students in the United States: An Examination
                                                                                  12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
       of Safe School Legislation, “No Promo Homo” Laws, and
                                                                           Participants:
       Abstinence-Only Education Policies. Elizabeth M. Diaz, Gay,
                                                                              Characteristics of “Great” School Heads. Pearl R. Kane, Teachers
       Lesbian and Straight Education Network;
                                                                                  College, Columbia University
       Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network
                                                                              Curriculum Theorizing and Seventh-Day Adventist Education.
   No Quality, No Equity: The Minimal Accessibility of Special
                                                                                  Pretoria G. St. Juste, Andrews University
       Educators to Mathematics Reform in Chicago. David Mayrowetz,
                                                                              Spirituality in Higher Education: Opportunities for Curriculum.
       University of Illinois - Chicago; Meghan Burke, University of
                                                                                  Andrea Marie Baldwin, Andrews University
       Illinois - Chicago
                                                                              Educational Quality as Demonstrated in an Innovative, Project-
   Standardizing the Marginalized: Examining the Impact of
                                                                                  Based, Private Residential Secondary Program. Randy J. Siebold,
       Standardization on Teaching Bilingual Children. Lillian Vega
       Castaneda, California State University - Channel Islands;
                                                                                 University
       Sharon H. Ulanoff, California State University - Los Angeles
   Inclusion Policies and Practices for Students on the Autistic           16.055. Assessing the “World of Quality” in Educational Language
       Spectrum in Secondary Mainstream Schools in the United                     Policy: Challenges and Opportunities. SIG-Bilingual
       Kingdom. Sarah Lewis, University of Manchester; Neil                       Education Research
                                                                                  Swissôtel, Grand Ballroom, Section I - Ballroom Level
Discussant: Julie F. Mead, University of Wisconsin - Madison                      12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                           Chairs: Elana Shohamy, Tel Aviv University; Terrence G. Wiley, Arizona
16.052. Identity Development Among Youth in Multiple Contexts.
                                                                              State University
       SIG-Adolescence
                                                                           Participants:
       Swissôtel, Engelberg, Third Floor
                                                                              Challenging Language Education Policies in Hawai’i. Kathryn A.
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                                  Davis, University of Hawai’i
Chair: Teresa J Rishel, Kent State University
                                                                              Migration, Language Policy, and Educational Practice in Ecuador.
Participants:
                                                                                  Kendall King, Georgetown University
   Young Adolescents’ Attitudes Toward School: The Effects of
                                                                              Language Policy in Cambodia and the United States: Mutual
       School Climate on Students in the United States and the United
                                                                                  Lessons. Wayne E. Wright, University of Texas - San Antonio
       Kingdom. Margaret Z. Booth, Mark A. Earley, Heather C.
                                                                              The Need to Connect Educational Research and Language
       Sheehan, Bowling Green State University
                                                                                  Education. Elana Shohamy, Tel Aviv University
   Extracurricular Participation in the Middle School Years: Are There
                                                                              Toward Reframing the Language Policy Debate in the United States.
                                                                                  Terrence G. Wiley, Arizona State University
     Jennifer A. Fredricks, Connecticut College
                                                                           Discussant: Nancy H. Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania
   The Tip of the Blade: Self-Injury Among Early Adolescents. Moya
     Alfonso, University of South Florida                                  16.056. Complex Criticality in Educational Research. SIG-Chaos
   Exploring the Relationship Between State Discipline Policies and               and Complexity Theories
     Exclusionary Educational Practices for Adolescents. Carol                    Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section C - Fifth Floor
     Anne Kochhar-Bryant, George Washington University; Jane                      12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                           Chair: William E. Doll, Louisiana State University
   Locus of Control, Educational Aspirations, and Long-Term Goals:         Participants:
     Racial Differences Among Adolescents. Sharon K. McDonough,               Beyond Simple Order: Curriculum Politically Corrected. Donna
                                                                                  Trueit,
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     Emergence: A Complexity-Based Critical Logic for Education?              Creating an Account of Institutional Practice: An Analysis of One
                                                                                 Professional Teacher Education Licensure Program. Rachel A
   The Power Behind the Claim That We “Understand”. Sarah
      Smitherman Pratt, University of North Carolina - Greensboro             Modeling the Model: The Use of Classroom Talk in Teaching
   Moral Dimensions of Postmodern Criticality in Complexity                      Socioconstructivist Pedagogy and Historical Thinking. Caroline
      Research. M. Jayne Fleener, Louisiana State University                     Cecelia Sullivan, University of Texas - Austin
   Dialogic and the Emergence of Criticality in Complex Group              Discussant:
      Processes.
                                                                           16.060. Advancing Social Justice in Education: Expanding the
   Literary Design, Complexity, and Critical Consciousness. Brent
                                                                                  Conversation. SIG-Critical Educators for Social Justice
      Davis, University of Alberta; Dennis J. Sumara, University of
                                                                                  Marriott, Lakeview, Second Floor
      Alberta
                                                                                  12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
   Studenting and Curriculum at a Good Elementary School: A Recipe
                                                                           Chair:
      for Success. Walter S. Gershon, Kent State University
                                                                           Participants:
Discussant: Gert J. Biesta, University of Exeter
                                                                              Critical Mathematics Pedagogy: Three Teachers’ Beginning Journey.
16.057. Gatekeepers and Groundskeepers: Charter School                            David W. Stinson, Carla R. Bidwell,                      Ginny
       Authorizers’ Role in the Charter School Sector. SIG-Charter                C. Powell, Mary M. Thurman, Georgia State University
       School Research and Evaluation                                         Art for Social Change: How the Arts Function as Critical Education.
       Swissôtel, Grand Ballroom, Section II - Ballroom Level                     Marit Dewhurst, Harvard Graduate School of Education
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                    Rounding ‘Em Up on the East Side of the Wild West: Four Pillars or
Chair:                                                                            One Big Corral? Erin J. Graham, University of British Columbia
Participants: Sandra M. Vergari, State University of New York - Albany;       Unburning the Cross: Lifting the Veil on Christian Privilege
   Gregory Richmond, National Association of Charter School                       and White Supremacy: Building Multicultural Educational/
   Authorizers; Louann Beirlien Palmer, Western Michigan University;              Workplace Settings. Chris Clark, University of Maryland -
   Priscilla Wohlstetter, University of Southern California                       College Park
Discussant:                                                                Discussant: Virginia M. Lea, Sonoma State University
16.058. Assessment in Support of Learning: Effects of Keeping              16.061. Add Water and Stir: Rethinking Race and Class in School.
       Learning on Track on Teachers and Students. SIG-Classroom                  SIG-Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender
       Assessment                                                                 in Education
       Sheraton, Superior, Level 2                                                Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section G - Fifth Floor
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                        12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Chair: Cynthia Tocci, ETS                                                  Chair: Susan Sze, Niagara University
Participants:                                                              Participants:
   Supporting the Leaders of “Keeping Learning on Track” Teacher              An Investigation of Race, Gender, and Socioeconomic Status
       Learning Communities. Judith Z. Ellsworth, University of                   on Nationwide Fifth-Grade Science Performance. Kathryn
       Wyoming; M. Cecilia Martinez, Rutgers, The State University of             Kohlhaas, University of Houston - Victoria; Hsin-Hui Lin,
       New Jersey; Ignacia Perugorria, Rutgers, The State University of           University of Houston - Victoria; Kwang-Lee Chu, Harcourt
       New Jersey; Christine Lyon, ETS; E. Caroline Wylie, ETS                    Assessment, Inc.
   How Formative Assessment Ideas Translate From Theory to Practice
       in Classrooms. Judith Z. Ellsworth, University of Wyoming; M.             Ways Vietnamese Immigrant Students Construct Citizenship.
       Cecilia Martinez, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey;            Diem T. Nguyen, University of Washington
       Ignacia Perugorria, Rutgers, The State University of New               Rethinking Resistance: Interpreting Infrapolitics at an Urban High
       Jersey; Christine Lyon, ETS; E. Caroline Wylie, ETS; Marnie R.            School. Maryann Dickar, New York University
                                                                              Two Pictures of Asian-American Students and Parents: The Role of
   Diagnostic Questions: Impact on Students. E. Caroline Wylie, ETS;             Social Class in the Educational Experiences of Asian-Americans.
                                                 ;                               Soomin Sohn, State University of New York - Buffalo
   Keeping Learning on Track: Impact on Student Learning. Russ             Discussant: Fabienne Doucet, New York University
                                                   ; Donna G.
                                                                           16.062. Art Through a Critical Lens: Picasso in Children’s Work.
                                                       ; Marnie R.
                                                                                  SIG-Critical Perspectives on Early Childhood Education
                      ; E. Caroline Wylie, ETS; Dylan R. Wiliam,
                                                                                  Sheraton, Missouri, Level 2
      Institute of Education, University of London
                                                                                  12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Discussant:
                                                                           Participants:
16.059. Analyzing Preservice Teacher Preparation Experiences                  Children as Experts: Researching Children’s Perspectives of a
       Within Constructivist Learning Environments. SIG-                          Museum Space. Susan B. Dockett, University of Western Sydney;
       Constructivist Theory, Research and Practice                               Robert W. Perry, University of Western Sydney
       Swissôtel, Grand Ballroom, Section III - Ballroom Level                Critical Theory and the Art of Teaching Art: Research/Teaching
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                        Nexus. Felicity Anne McArdle, Queensland University of
Chair:                                                                            Technology
Participants:                                                                 Draw Me a Picture: Interpretations of Students’ Drawings About
   An Ethnographic Exploration of Preservice Teachers’ and Faculties’             Standardized Testing.
       Resistance to Constructivist Pedagogy. Carolyn Frances Chryst,             University
                                                                           Discussant: Lucinda G. Heimer, University of Wisconsin - Madison
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16.063. Locating the Self and the Other: Questioning Disability and            of Variance Under Varying Conditions. David W Nordstokke,
       Identity. SIG-Disability Studies in Education                           University of British Columbia; Bruno D. Zumbo, University of
       Fairmont, Moulin Rouge, Lobby Level                                     British Columbia
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                  Pairwise Multiple Comparison Procedures: Inference by Eye With
Participants:                                                                                                     Flaviu A. Hodis, Southern
   Questioning Me/Them/We: Attempting to Cross Borders Through                 Illinois University - Carbondale; Rhonda K. Kowalchuk,
       Autoethnography. David J. Connor, Hunter College                        Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
   The Curriculum of Schizophrenia. Carolyn K. Pajor, University of         Numerical Computing and Graphics for the Power Method
       Illinois - Chicago                                                      Transformation.                               Yanyan Sheng,
   Rethinking Competence: A Close Reading of the Autobiographies               Flaviu A. Hodis, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
       of Individuals With Autism. Christine Elaine Ashby, Syracuse
       University; Julie N. Causton-Theoharis, Syracuse University             Lesley F. Leach, University of North Texas; Robin K. Henson,
Discussant: Jan W. Valle, City College of New York                             University of North Texas
                                                                         Discussant: Michael Seaman, University of South Carolina
16.064. Assessment for Teaching and Learning in Early Childhood
       Classrooms. SIG-Early Education and Child Development             16.067. Fighting Terrorism Since 1492: Exploring the Terrain
       Hyatt, Regency Ballroom, Section C, West Tower - Gold Level             of Indigenous Knowledge in the Academy. SIG-Indigenous
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Chair: Jie-Qi Chen, Erikson Institute                                           Marriott, Avenue Ballroom, Fourth Floor
Participants:                                                                   12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
   Bridging: A Tool to Link the Child Assessment With Teaching and       Chair: Gary Sherwood Krug, University of Hawai’i - Manoa
       Learning Processes. Gillian D. McNamee, Erikson Institute         Participants:
   Diversity Is the Rule Rather Than the Exception in Describing            Reimagining Them and Us: Working With Indigenous Knowledge
                                          Jie-Qi Chen, Erikson                  in the Postcolonial University. Celia E. Haig-Brown, York
       Institute                                                                University
   Examining Process Dimensions of Children’s Learning. Ann L.              Learning and Healing: A Decolonizing Research Methodology. John
       Masur, Erikson Institute                                                 H. Hodson, Brock University
   Development of Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Early                    Continuing Education in Genocide.
       Childhood Teachers. Luisiana Malendez, Erikson Institute             Valuation and Collaboration: Aboriginal Knowledge and the
Discussant: Barbara T. Bowman, Erikson Institute                                University.                               ; Mina Rumbolt, York
                                                                                University
16.065. Managing, Locating, and Theorizing Human-Nature/
                                                                            Legitimizing Indigenous Knowledge. Arshi Dewan, York University
       Ecological Relationships. SIG-Ecological and Environmental
                                                                            Living, Breathing, and Walking the Sacred: The Struggle With
       Education
                                                                                Sharing Anishinaabe Ways of Knowing in the Academy. Brent D,
       Sheraton, Ohio, Level 2
                                                                                L Debassige, York University
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                         Discussants: Graham H. Smith, University of British Columbia; Sharon
Chair: Justin S. Dillon, King’s College - London
                                                                            Nelson-Barber, WestEd
Participants:
   Management of Human-Nature Relationships in Environmental             16.068. Ubiquitous Computing in Education: Invisible Technology,
       Education Resources. Joan M Chambers, University of Alberta;             Visible Impact. SIG-Instructional Technology
       Patricia M. Rowell, University of Alberta                                Inter-Continental, Sullivan, Eighth Floor
   Farming and Land Management as Resources for Environmental                   12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
       Education. Revital Tali Tal, Technion - Israel Institute of       Chair: Karen P. Swan, Kent State University
       Technology                                                        Participant:
   Student Knowledge of the Relationships Between Human Actions             Ubiquitous Computing in Education: Invisible Technology, Visible
       and Environmental Systems. Blakely K. Tsurusaki, Michigan                Impact. Mark A. van ‘t Hooft, Kent State University; Karen P.
       State University; Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State                    Swan, Kent State University
       University                                                        Participants: Michael J. Berson, University of South Florida; Issaou
   Down to Earth: Locating Ecology and Environmental Education              Gado, Cleveland State University;                 , Education
       Close to Home. M. Gale Smith, University of British Columbia                              ; Sarah Price, Interact Lab University of
Discussants: Robert Coulter, Missouri Botanical Garden; Arjen E.            Sussex; Edward Dieterle, Harvard Graduate School of Education
   Wals, Wageningen University                                           Discussant: Mark A. van ‘t Hooft, Kent State University
16.066. Monte Carlo Simulation Studies I: Empirical Evaluations          16.069. Challenges and Innovations in Large-Scale Assessment.
       of Statistics’ Functioning and Data Generation Programs.                 SIG-Large Scale Assessment
       SIG-Educational Statisticians                                            Sheraton, Michigan, Level 2
       Inter-Continental, Burnham, Eighth Floor                                 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm                                               Chair: Joanna Sandra Gorin, Arizona State University
Chair: Lisa Lix, University of Manitoba                                  Participants:
Participants:                                                               A Method to Verify the Translation of Standard-Based Content
                                                                                Assessments.
      Tables. C. Mitchell Dayton, University of Maryland; Xuemei
      Pan, University of Maryland - College Park                               State Lines. Mark Hogrebe, Washington University - St. Louis;
   Investigating the Robustness of Levene’s F-Test for Homogeneity             Lydia Kyei-Blankson, Washington University - St. Louis
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     No Dey Show for Face: Large-Scale Assessment of Primary                   John Dewey, Nel Noddings, Emmanuel Levinas, and Martin Buber:
        School Learning in Nigeria. Denis A. Mildon, Consultant; Gilles           Radical Alterity Goes to School. Donald Blumenfeld-Jones,
        Maurice Fournier, Educan Management and Assessment                        Arizona State University
     Simpson’s Paradox in Reporting Statewide Assessment Results.           Discussant: Delores D. Liston, Georgia Southern University
        Shungwon Ro, Thomson Prometric;
                                                                            16.073. Conditions for Effective Federal Policy in Education:
        University of Minnesota; James S. Terwilliger, Minnesota
                                                                                   Implications for the Reauthorization of NCLB. SIG-Politics
                                 ; George A. Henly, Minnesota
                                                                                   of Education
                                                                                   Inter-Continental, King Arthur Court, Third Floor
Discussants: Stuart R. Kahl, Measured Progress; Carole J. Gallagher,
                                                                                   12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
   WestEd
                                                                            Chair:
16.070. Leadership for School Improvement in an Era of                      Participants: Gail Sunderman, Harvard University; Michael W. Kirst,
       Accountability. SIG-Leadership for School Improvement                   Stanford University; Linda Darling-Hammond, Stanford University;
       Fairmont, Crystal Room, Third Level                                     Elizabeth H. DeBray-Pelot, University of Georgia; Kenneth Wong,
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                     Brown University; Peter McWalters,
Chair: Shana Goldwyn, Florida State University                                 of Education
Participants:
                                                                            16.074. Educational Measurement Applications I. SIG-Rasch
   Data Use, Misuse, and Misunderstanding: The Potential of Double-
                                                                                   Measurement
       Loop Learning for Improving Student Achievement. Peggy
                                                                                   Hyatt, Field, West Tower - Silver Level
       H. Burke, Central Michigan University;
                                                                                   12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
       University of California - San Diego; Alan J. Daly, University of
                                                                            Chair: Gene A. Kramer, American Dental Association
       California - San Diego
                                                                            Participants:
   Exploring the Impact of Teachers’ Participation in an Assessment-
       Standards Alignment Study. Andrea B. Martone, University of
                                                                                  Procedures. Insu Paek, ETS; Lazar Stankov, ETS; Jihyun Lee,
       Massachusetts - Amherst
                                                                                  ETS; Mark R. Wilson, University of California - Berkeley
   Relationship Between School Performance and Elements of School
                                                                               A Comparison of Traditional and IRT Scoring Rules for Time-Limit
       Culture. Theodore J. Kowalski, University of Dayton; Kathleen
                                                                                  Tests. Margo G.H. Jansen, University of Groningen; Margaretha
       Herrmann, University of Dayton
                                                                                                                                           ;
      Federal Education Policy. Vicki Logan Myers, University of
                                                                               Comparing Parameter Recovery Accuracy Between the Rasch
      Missouri
                                                                                  Testlet Model and the One-Parameter Multilevel Testlet Model.
Discussant: Tricia Browne-Ferrigno, University of Kentucky
                                                                                  Wei He, Michigan State University; Hong Jiao, Harcourt
16.071. Teacher Preparation, Teaching, and Morality. SIG-Moral                    Assessment, Inc.; Shudong Wang, Harcourt Assessment, Inc.;
       Development and Education                                                  Chueh-An Hsieh, Michigan State University
       Marriott, Halsted, Fourth Floor                                         Optimizing Item Pool Characteristics to Control Item Exposure in a
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm                                                        Computerized Adaptive Test. Cherdsak Iramaneerat, University
Chair: Alan J. Reiman, North Carolina State University                            of Illinois - Chicago; John A. Stahl, Promissor, Inc.
Participants:                                                                  Transferring IRT Scale Scores Using an Equipercentile Linking
   Teaching Teachers to Care: Preparing Teachers for the Moral                    Method. Daeryong Seo, Harcourt Assessment, Inc.; Husein M.
       Dimensions of Teaching. Colette Rabin, Mills College                       Taherbhai, Harcourt Assessment, Inc.
   Judgment Level or Regurgitation: Analyzing the Moral Disposition            Using the Rasch Measurement Model and the Bookmark Standard-
       of Teacher Candidates.                                                     Setting Procedure to Establish Cutscores on the STOU-TBS
   Different Perspectives on Moral Education? Yvonne A.M. Leeman,                 Test. Sungworn Ngudgratoke, Michigan State University;
       University of Amsterdam; Willem L. Wardekker, Vrije Universiteit
       - Amsterdam                                                                University;
   The Moral Role of Teachers Investigated: What Did We Learn? Eees               University
       A. Klaassen, Radboud University Nijmegen                             Discussant: Jon S. Twing, Pearson Educational Measurement
Discussant: Helen R. Stiff-Williams, Regent University
                                                                            16.075. Down in the Delta: Improving Mathematics Education for
16.072. Ethics and Educational Theory. SIG-Philosophical Studies in                African-American Students in the Rural South. SIG-Research
       Education                                                                   Focus on Black Education
       Inter-Continental, Exchange, Eleventh Floor                                 Hyatt, New Orleans, West Tower - Gold Level
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                         12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Chair: Denise Egea-Kuehne, Louisiana State University                       Participants:
Participants:                                                                  Building Teacher Capacity: Mathematics Professional Development
   Academic Integrity Reconsidered. Charles L. Howell, Minnesota                   in a Rural School District. Angiline Powell, University of
       State University - Moorhead
   Asking a Different Question: A Prolegomenon to a Problematization           The “Bottom Line”: Student Achievement in the Delta Math Project
       of Youth Ethics. Lynda Stone, University of North Carolina -              (Year 1).
                                                                               What’s So “Special” About This Project? Mathematics Professional
     Critical Wisdom: What It Is, How We Can Measure It, Why We                  Development and Classroom Inclusion. Angiline Powell,
        Should Teach It. James T. Fahey, Rensselaer Polytechnic                                        ; Celia Rousseau Anderson, University of
        Institute; Katherine H. Voegtle, College of Saint Rose
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   Politics and Policy: Factors Advancing and Constraining                      Social Justice in Developing Countries. Pamela A. Redmond,
      Mathematics Reform in a Rural District. Lisa M. Watts,                    University of San Francisco;
                                                                                San Francisco
                                                                              What Does the Research Say About Students With Disabilities and
      Setting.                                                 ; Lisa           Service Learning? Delsue Frankson, Palm Beach Central High
                                                                                School; Ann I. Nevin, Florida International University
Discussant: Robert Q. Berry, University of Virginia
                                                                           16.079. Education in International and Cross-National Context.
16.076. Research on Learning and Assessment of Algebraic                          SIG-Sociology of Education
       Concepts. SIG-Research in Mathematics Education                            Marriott, Kane, Third Floor
       Hyatt, Regency Ballroom, Section B, West Tower - Gold Level                12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm                                                 Chair: Floyd M. Hammack, New York University
Chair: Andrew B. Polly, University of North Carolina - Charlotte           Participants:
Participants:
   Cognitive Demand of Mathematical Tasks and Assessment                         Africa: A Demand-Side Perspective. Lori Diane Hill, University
       Performance of First-Year Algebra Students. Glenda A. Breaux,             of Michigan
       Michigan State University; Gail Burrill, Michigan State                Exploring Social Class Compositional Effects on Educational
       University                                                                Achievement With Fuzzy Set Methods: A British Study. Barry
   Prospective Elementary and Middle Teachers’ Knowledge of Linear                                              ; Judith Glaesser, Durham
       Functions. Zhixia You, University of Nevada - Reno;                       University
       Texas A&M University                                                   Institutionalizing Educational Ideologies: Organizational Control of
   Representational and Object Understanding of Mathematical                     Classroom Instruction in China. Tanja C. Sargent, Rutgers, The
       Entities: The Case of Function. Mary Kathleen Heid,                       State University of New Jersey
       Pennsylvania State University;                                         The Cloak of Equality: Educational Opportunity in Gender-
       University                                                                Segregated National Education Systems. Alexander W. Wiseman,
                                                                                 University of Tulsa
16.077. Literacy Development in Second and Foreign Languages.
                                                                              The Global Institutionalization of English Instruction in Primary
       SIG-Second Language Research
                                                                                 and Secondary Curricula. Yun-Kyung Cha, Hanyang University;
       Hyatt, Plaza Ballroom, Section B, East Tower - Green Level
                                                                                 Seung-Hwan Ham, Michigan State University
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                           Discussant:
Chair: Cheryl J. Serrano, Lynn University
                                                                              Research
Participants:
   Integrativity and Instrumentality in ESL Writing Acquisition.           16.080. Trends in Service Delivery Based on Special Education
       Zhaohui Sheng, University of Missouri - Columbia                           Student Characteristics. SIG-Special Education Research
   Field-Dependent/Independent Cognitive Style and Task Format on                 Swissôtel, William Tell Theatre, Second Floor
       Second Language Reading Test Performance. Man Cao, Wuhan                   12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
       University of Technology; Yihua Hong, University of Toronto         Participants:
   AES Feedback Versus Teacher Feedback Assigned to ESL Essays.               Do Student Characteristics Predict Pullout in Dutch Special
       Semire Dikli, Florida State University                                     Education? Harrie Velderman, Educational Consultant; Huub
   Timed Writing and Adult ESL Learners: An Investigation of L1                   Everaert, Hogeschool van Utrecht
       Use in Invention Strategies.                                           Investigation of the Special Education Needs and Special
       North Carolina - Wilmington; Florin Marius Mihai, University of            Problems of British Columbian Students Over Time Using Both
       Central Florida; Takayuki Nishimata, Florida State University              Population-Based and Case-Study Data. Jennifer E. V. Lloyd,
   When “Skills” Are Not Enough: Learning Social Practices in an                  University of British Columbia; Lori G. Irwin, University of
       Academic Writing Class for English Language Learners. Karen                British Columbia
                                                                              School Psychology Services: Are They Changing? Lynne Rooth
Discussant: Shih-Chieh Chien, University of Cambridge                             Golomb, Loyola University - Chicago; Nancy Scott, National
                                                                                  Lewis University; Breeda McGrath, Loyola University; Ella
16.078. Service Learning as a Means for Addressing K-12 Needs:
                                                                                  Farmer, Loyola University; Anna Rawlings, Loyola University
       Technology and Students With Disabilities. SIG-Service
                                                                              The Effect of Finland’s Intervention Model on the Prevalence
       Learning and Experiential Education
                                                                                  of Students With Disabilities. Tiina Itkonen, California State
       Swissôtel, Fribourg, Third Floor
                                                                                  University - Channel Islands; Markku T. Jahnukainen, University
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                                  of Helsinki
Participants:
                                                                           Discussant: Thomas Kluwin, Gallaudet University
   An Evaluation of the Importance and Use of the Elements of
       Effective High School Service Learning Programs That Include        16.081. Spirituality and Education: Paper Session I. SIG-Spirituality
       Students With and Without Disabilities. Adelle Renzaglia,                  and Education
                                                  ; Stacy Kim Dymond,             Hyatt, Crystal Ballroom, Section B, West Tower - Green Level
       University of Illinois; Euljung Chun, University of Illinois -             12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                           Chair: Robert H. London, California State University - San Bernardino
   From SBA to HEKA: An Examination of Community Service                   Participants:
      Learning Practices in Three African-Centered Schools. Ayesha            Black Spirit, Black Response-Ability: The Transformative Power of
                                                                                  African Spiritual Praxis for Research and Teaching. Cynthia B.
   Service-Learning Projects for K-12 Student Technology Access and
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     Social Constructions of Spirituality: A Grid and Group Explanation      Chair: Margaret D. Roblyer, University of Tennessee - Chattanooga
       of Spirituality in Selected Educational Environments. Ed Harris,      Participants:
                                                                                Educational Technology Into the Community: Undergraduate
     The Art of Being Human and the Science of Life: A Narrative of                 Teacher Education Students and Refugee Families. Cathy
       a Waldorf Educator’s Professional Knowledge. Mary Beattie,                   Cavanaugh, University of North Florida; Elinor A. Scheirer,
       University of Toronto;                                                       University of North Florida
       Toronto; Gail Thornton, University of Toronto; Laura Hegge,              Understanding Students’ Perspectives: High School Students’ Use
                                                                                    of Media at Home and at School. Janet Tworek, University of
     The Spiritual Lives of Public School Teachers: The Inner Life of               Calgary
       the Teacher. James Martin McCabe Hartwick, University of                 Observational Findings From a Web-Based Intelligent Tutoring
       Wisconsin - Whitewater                                                       System: Elimination of Racial Disparities in an Undergraduate
     “Leading to Transgress”: Interpreting the Leadership of African                Behavioral Statistics Course. Xiangen Hu, University of
       American Female Principals in the Context of a Womanist                               ; Jason K. Luellen, Vanderbilt University; Theresa
       Theology.                                                                                                            ; Yonghong Jade Xu,
                                                                                                           ;
16.082. Modeling Issues in Structural Equation Modeling. SIG-
                                                                                Engaging Young Adolescents by Connecting With the World:
       Structural Equation Modeling
                                                                                    Technology, Integrative Learning, and Teacher Change. John M.
       Marriott, Bucktown, Second Floor
                                                                                    Downes, University of Vermont
       12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                             Discussant: Joke M. Voogt, University of Twente
Chair: Walter L. Leite, University of Florida
Participants:                                                                16.085. Steeped in Reality: A Community-Based Model of Urban
   The Reliability Paradox in Structural Equation-Modeling Fit                      Teacher Preparation. SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and
       Indices. Gregory R. Hancock, University of Maryland;                         Research
       Mueller, George Washington University                                        Marriott, Northwestern, Sixth Floor
   RMSEA and P-Value Curve: Two-Dimensional Approach in                             12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
       Assessing and Reporting Goodness of Fit in SEM. Xiaoxu                Chair:
       LI, Chinese University of Hong Kong; Kit-Tai Hau, Chinese             Participants:
       University of Hong Kong; Herbert W. Marsh, University of                 The Community-Based Model of Teacher Education. Amana
                                                                                                                                   ; Susan M.
     Using MIMIC Models to Describe the Performance of Fit Indices.
        John T. Willse, University of North Carolina - Greensboro               Community-Based Projects In Action. Tracy Reynolds, University of
     Type I Error and Power of MANOVA: A Comparison of Traditional                 Missouri - St. Louis
        and SEM-Based Approaches. Samuel B. Green, Arizona State                Increasing Content Knowledge, Community Connections, and
        University;                                                                Technology in Teaching: E-Portfolio Reviews. Kim Hyunsook
                                                                                   Song, University of Missouri - St. Louis; Michelle Mathews,
      Tiffany Ann Whittaker, University of Texas - Austin; George A.               University of Missouri - St. Louis
      Marcoulides, California State University - Fullerton                      Transformational Moments for Teacher Candidates. Sarah
Discussant:                                                                        Huisman, University of Missouri - St. Louis;
   University                                                                      University of Missouri - St. Louis
                                                                                Developing and Implementing a New Teacher Mentoring Program.
                                                  SIG-Studying and
                                                                                   Tracy Reynolds, University of Missouri - St. Louis; Sarah
       Self-Regulated Learning
                                                                                   Huisman, University of Missouri - St. Louis
       Fairmont, Embassy Room, Second Level
                                                                             Discussant: Jane Fleming, University of Illinois - Chicago
       12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Chair: Lori Price Aultman, University of Georgia                             16.086. Writing and Literacies and Culturally and Linguistically
Participants:                                                                       Diverse Students. SIG-Writing and Literacies
   Examining University Students’ Perceptions of Learning and Self-                 Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section H - Fifth Floor
       Regulation. Gayle E. Mullen, Midwestern State University; Jane               12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                            ; Mary K. Tallent-Runnels,       Chair: Joanne C. Larson, University of Rochester
       Texas Tech University                                                 Participants:
   Impact of Process-Based Metacognitive Prompts on Regulation                  “Teenage Addiction”: Adolescent Girls Drawing Upon Popular
       and Outcome of Self-Regulated Learning. Hubertina Thillmann,                 Culture Texts as Mentors for Writing in an After-School Writing
       University of Duisburg - Essen; Joachim Wirth, University of                 Club. Emily Skinner, College of Charleston
       Duisburg - Essen; Josef Kuensting, University of Duisburg -              A Korean High School English Language Learner’s Transitions
       Essen                                                                        Across In- and Out-of-School Writing. Youngjoo Yi, University of
   Self-Regulated Help-Seeking and Professional Development. Carl                   Alabama;
                                               ; Dorothy H. Evensen,            How Diverse Learner Populations Negotiate Academic Literacies:
       Pennsylvania State University                                                Two Qualitative Studies in a North American University. Lisya
Discussant: Leonard B. Bliss, Florida International University                                                   ;
                                                                                    University
16.084. Technology Beyond School Walls. SIG-Technology as an
                                                                                Through Students’ Eyes: Using Photography to See City Students’
      Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning
                                                                                    Relationships to Literacy. Kristien Marquez-Zenkov, Cleveland
      Marriott, Iowa, Sixth Floor
                                                                                    State University
      12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
                                                                                Understanding Process Writing in a Multicultural and Multilingual
                                                       Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                        79


      Classroom of Young Adolescent Learners. Cynthia C. Reyes,                 Schunn, University of Pittsburgh
      University of Vermont                                                  11. Not a Command Performance? An Examination of K-8
   Developing Writing Competencies in a Second Language: An                     Approaches to Programming Instruction. Zrinka Bilusic,
      Examination of the WIDA Document and Its Guiding Principles.              University of California - Los Angeles
      Christina Madda, University of Illinois - Chicago; Kathryn             12. Using Design/Making Activities to Enhance Fourth-Graders’
      Glasswell, University of Illinois - Chicago                               Successful Intelligences and Science Achievement. Chao-Ti
Discussant: Sarah J. McCarthey, University of Illinois - Urbana-                                                               ; Tung-Hsing
                                                                                Hsiung, National Taitung University; Myui-Ji Chen, Li Nong
                                                                                Elementary School, Taiwan
16.087. Democratic Citizenship in Education - Paper Discussion II.
      SIG-Democratic Citizenship in Education                             16.091. Law and Education - SIG Roundtable Session. SIG-Law and
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level              Education
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
Tables:                                                                         12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
   1. The Role of Thinking in Times of Uncertainty and War: Civic         Tables:
      Education and Cognitive Research From Sputnik to the Present.          13. Cyber-Libel and Cyber-Bullying: Can Schools Protect Student
      Tamara L. Shreiner, University of Michigan                                Reputations and Free Expression in Virtual Environments?
   2. Understanding for Teaching: Democracy in Action. Karon N.                 Shaheen Shariff, McGill University; Leanne Michelle Johnny,
                                                                                McGill University
   3. Voices and Empowerment in a Democratically Constructed                 14. Fourth Amendment Protections at Risk? Examining the Link
      Elementary School Classroom: A Participatory Action Research              Between Police Involvement in Student Searches and School
      Study of Our Beliefs. Bob Rogan, North Georgia College and                Demographics. Mario Sergio Torres, Texas A&M University;
      State University                                                                                                    ; Jacqueline A.
                                                                                Stefkovich, Pennsylvania State University
16.088. Instruction, Motivation, Curriculum, and Experiences in
      Music Education. SIG-Music Education                                16.092. Measurement Issues. SIG-Rasch Measurement
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level              Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
Tables:                                                                   Tables:
   4. Elementary Music Teachers Instructing Hispanic English-                15. Stability of Rasch Scales Over Time. Catherine S. Taylor,
      Language Learners: Issues of Educational Quality. Kathy L.                University of Washington;
      Scherler, Midwestern State University                                     of Public Instruction
                                                                             16. A Phenomenology of Quantity for Social Science Applications.
      in Elementary and Middle School Students.                                 William P. Fisher, Avatar, International, Inc.
      Sichivitsa, University of North Carolina - Charlotte                   17. Thinking Mathematically: Eavesdropping on the Complicated
   6. Brazilian Student Self-Narratives: Curriculum and Musical                 Conversations in Probabilistic Models. Sharon G. Solloway,
      Experiences. Ana Lucia de Marques e Louro, Universidade                   Bloomsburg University
      Federal de Santa Maria
                                                                          16.093. Multicultural/Multiethnic Education: Exploring Diverse
16.089. Issues and Insights Into Family, School, and Community                  Dimensions of Multicultural or Multiethnic Education in
      Partnerships II. SIG-Family, School, Community Partnerships               the Real World. SIG-Multicultural/Multiethnic Education:
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level              Research, Theory, and Practice
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
Tables:                                                                         12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
   7. An Evaluation of the Parent Collaboration Project: A School-        Tables:
      Family Partnership for Literacy Achievement. Michelle V.               18. A Cross-Cultural Study of Epistemological Beliefs and Moral
      Porche, Wellesley Centers for Women;                         ;            Judgment.                                           ; Zhongtang

   8. An Examination of Stakeholder’s Perceptions of the Collaborative       19. Curriculum and Contestation: Globalizing Literature in a
      Reform Process Utilized Within a School-Linked Integrated                 Multiethnic High School. Lori D. Ungemah, Teachers College,
      Partnership. Cynthia Herrmann Baker, Touchstone Counseling,               Columbia University
      LLC; Barbara Nell Martin, Central Missouri State University            20. A Protocol for Identifying Disabilities in English Language
   9. Waiting in the Wings: An Examination of Secondary Schools’                Learners.                                                  ; Doris
      Resistance to Authentic Partnerships With Parents. Rema Ella
      Reynolds, University of California - Los Angeles; Tyrone C.
                                                                          16.094. Religion and Education: An International Potpourri. SIG-
      Howard, University of California - Los Angeles
                                                                                Religion and Education
16.090. Issues of Design and Learning. SIG-Education, Science and               Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      Technology                                                                12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level        Chair: Tanya Field Meyer, National Institute of Divine Science
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                Tables:
Tables:                                                                      21. An Educational Innovation as a Moral Endeavor in a
   10. Investigating the Tacit Problem-Solving Strategies of Novice             Cooperative Jewish-Arab Village in Israel. Grace Feuerverger,
      Designers: Implications for Science Teaching and Learning.                University of Toronto
                                                  ; Christian D.
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     22. Leading for Change: A Buddhist Perspective. Susan Francis              33. The Supervisory Trust Account. Daniel Gutmore, Seton Hall
        Carson, Grand Valley State University                                      University; Charles P. Mitchel, Seton Hall University
     23. Religion and Conception of Educational Research Quality:               34. Wisdom-Centered Instructional Leadership and Accountability.
        Science and Islamization of Knowledge in Southeast Asia.                   Rose M. Ylimaki, State University of New York - Buffalo; Leslie J.
        Brandon K. Vaughn, Florida State University; Jeffrey A.                    McClain-Ruelle, University of Wisconsin
        Milligan, Florida State University                                   Discussants: Raymond W Francis, Central Michigan University; Julie
                                                                                Horine Edmister, Bowling Green State University; Beverly J. Irby,
16.095. SIG PBL Roundtables: Designing Effective PBL Problems.
                                                                                Sam Houston State University
      SIG-Problem-Based Learning
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level           16.099. Teachers’ Work in Three Continents: Some Current Issues.
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                         SIG-Teachers’ Work/Teacher Unions
Tables:                                                                            Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
   24. Critical Thinking and Evidence-Based Practice in PBL Tutorial               12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
      Groups: A Critical Case Study. Joanne Bortone, Sacred Heart            Chair: Ronald E. Butchart, University of Georgia
      University                                                             Tables:
   25. Designing a Problem-Based Learning Module on Educational                 35. Teacher Workload and Effective Teaching: What Do Teachers
      Theories for Lecturers (Faculty) in Higher Education. Geraldine              Think? Jenny Wilkinson, Australian Council for Educational
                                                                                   Research; Elizabeth Kleinhenz, Australian Council for
     26. Designing Teaching Dilemmas for Problem-Based Professional                Educational Research; Lawrence C. Ingvarson, Australian
        Development. Jamie Mikeska, Michigan State University;                     Council for Educational Research
        Matthew J. Koehler, Michigan State University; Ayelet Weizman,          36. Teachers Work in the New Regime of Online Student Reporting.
        Michigan State University; Mary A. Lundeberg, Michigan State               Mary-Lee Judah, Rockyview School Division; Jean-Claude
        University                                                                 Couture, Alberta Teachers’ Association
                                                                                37. Globalization of the Teacher Workforce: Quality and
16.096. Structural Equation Modeling - Paper Discussions I. SIG-
                                                                                   Management of Overseas-Trained Teachers in the U.K.
      Structural Equation Modeling
                                                                                   Education System and Their Impact on Teaching and Learning.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                                                               ; Sarah Lewis,
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
                                                                                   University of Manchester;
Tables:
                                                                                   Surveys;
                                                          Yanyun
                                                                             Discussant:
      Yang, Arizona State University; Samuel B. Green, Arizona State
      University                                                             16.100. Action Research Paper Discussions 2. SIG-Action Research
                                                                                   Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
        Being Change? An Application of Latent Transition Analysis.                Level
        Pamela K. Kaliski, James Madison University; Sara J. Finney,               12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
        James Madison University; Craig K. Enders, Arizona State             Tables:
        University                                                              1. Legitimating New Living Standards of Judgment in the Academy
     29. The Impact of Participants’ Mobility on the Multilevel, Latent-           Through Action Research: A Pedagogy of the Unique and a
        Growth Curve Model. Wen Luo, Texas A&M University;                         Web of Betweenness. Margaret Farren, Dublin City University;
        Kwok, Educational Psychology; Victor L. Willson, Texas A&M                 Yvonne Crotty, Dublin City University
        University                                                              2. Six Thoughts on the History and Approaches to Action Research:
                                                                                   Can They Guide Future Use and Directions? Charlie Naylor,
16.097. Structural Equation Modeling - Paper Discussions II. SIG-
                                                                                   British Columbia Teachers Federation
      Structural Equation Modeling
                                                                                                                                     Debby M.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                   Zambo, Arizona State University; Ron Zambo, Arizona State
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
                                                                                   University
Tables:
                                                                                4. The Effect of Classroom Format on FCAT Reading Scores for
   30. Modeling Dynamic Functional Neuroimaging Data Using
                                                                                   Sixth Graders in a Palm Beach County, Florida, Middle School.
      Structural Equation Modeling. Larry R. Price, Texas State
                                                                                   Mary G. Lieberman, Florida Atlantic University; John D.
      University - San Marcos
                                                                                   Morris, Florida Atlantic University
   31. The Effects of Nonnormality on Multiple Group Latent Variable
                                                                                5. Using Action Research to Assess the Effectiveness of Cognitively
      Path Modeling. Susan Hutchinson, University of Northern
                                                                                   Guided Instruction in a School District Serving Native American
      Colorado; Jamis Perrett, University of Northern Colorado
                                                                                   Students.
16.098. Supervision and Leadership for Educational Quality. SIG-
                                                                             16.101. Assessment, Accountability, and Teacher Education.
      Supervision and Instructional Leadership (formerly Instructional
                                                                                   Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
      Supervision)
                                                                                   Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                   Level
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
                                                                                   12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
Chair: Suzanne Schwarz McCotter, Millersville University
                                                                             Tables:
Tables:
                                                                                6. Assessing Teacher Preparation Programs: Implications of Four
   32. Instructional Leaders’ Perceptions of Educational Quality:
                                                                                   Data Sources for Accreditation and Program Improvement.
      Analyses of Professional Development Plans.
                                                                                   Shirley R. Lal, California State University - Dominguez Hills;
      Florida Gulf Coast University; Perry A. Cook, University of
                                                                                                                                                    ;
      Wisconsin - Stevens Point
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      Carrie A. Blackaller, California State University - Dominguez          21. Technical Assistance as Mediating Structure: A Cultural-
      Hills; Susan A. Tucker, E & D Associates                                  Historical Cartography of Minority Placement in Special
                                                                                Education. Elizabeth Kozleski, National Institute For Urban
      Teaching Literacy on Middle Student Achievement Through a                                     ; Alfredo J. Artiles, Arizona State University;
      Teacher-Preparation Partnership in a High-Need Urban School               David Gibson, simSchool
      System.                                       ; Dean S. Cristol,
                           ;                                                    Intergenerational Access on the Development of Intellective
      Schools;                                          ; Neil                  Competence. Ezekiel J. Dixon-Roman, Fordham University
                                                                          16.104. Paper Discussions. Division J-Postsecondary Education
   8. Assessing Video Assessments. Janet I. Hecsh, California State
                                                                                Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
       University - Sacramento;
                                                                                Level
       University - Sacramento
                                                                                12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
   9. Intersecting Teacher Preparation and Evidence of Student
                                                                          Tables:
       Learning: Examining Teacher Education Policy in Practice.
                                                                             23. A Case Study of Faculty Views of Shared Governance in
       Kim Wieczorek, Nazareth College; Kathleen M. Daboll-Lavoie,
                                                                                the Academic Workplace in Flux. Suzanne C. MacDonald,
       Nazareth College;
                                                                                University of Akron; Huey-Li LI, University of Akron
                                                                             24. Collegewide Electronic Data Management and Assessment: An
      Teacher Education Policies. Barbara L. Bales, University of
                                                                                Exploratory Case Study of System Implementation. Susan B.
      Wisconsin - Milwaukee
                                                                                Trimble, Deborah Thomas, Kent A. Rittschof, Donna Colson,
   11. Research in Your Own Kitchen: Ethical Dilemmas of Studying
                                                                                Georgia Southern University
      Your Own Colleagues and Institution. Hilary Gehlbach Conklin,
                                                                             25. Portraying Tuition and College Costs: A Thematic Analysis of
      University of Georgia
                                                                                State Newspaper Coverage.
16.102. Curriculum Issues. Division B-Curriculum Studies                        Aaron Baldwin, Elias Morrel-Samuels, University of Michigan
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold           26. Professional Ethical Identity Development and Community
      Level                                                                     College Leadership. Sharon K. Anderson, Clifford P. Harbour,
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                      Timothy G. Davies, Colorado State University
Tables:                                                                      27. The Role of Accountability in Regional Accreditation Policy
   12. Taiwan’s New Citizenship Curriculum: School Practices                    Manuals. Sharon Karkehabadi, College of William & Mary
      and Challenges. Shiowlan Doong, National Taiwan Normal                 28. An Exploratory Study of Fundraising by African-American
      University                                                                Athletic Directors.                                  ; Vicki J.
   13. Curriculum Critique in Rhetorical Terms. Lynn Fendler,                   Rosser,University of Missouri - Columbia; Margaret Grogan,
      Michigan State University                                                 University of Missouri - Columbia
   14. Two Traditions in the Social Studies Curriculum for the               29. Providing University Leadership to Envision and Develop
      Elementary Grades. Beverly Milner Bisland, Queens College                 Partnerships With Schools in High-Need Communities. Mehmet
      - City University of New York                                                                                   ; Eugene E. Garcia,
   15. Assessing the Impact of an Antibias Curriculum for Preschool             Arizona State University
      Students. Vicki Silva, University of California - Los Angeles;
                                                                          16.105. Teachers, Teaching, and Uses of Writing and Literacies in
      Anne E. Marshall, University of California - Los Angeles
                                                                                Teacher Preparation. SIG-Writing and Literacies
   16. Primary Schoolchildren’s Safe and Unsafe Use of the Internet:
                                                                                Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      An Exploratory Study. Martin M. Valcke, Ghent University;
                                                                                Level
      Tammy Schellens, Ghent University; Hilde Van Keer, Ghent
                                                                                12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
      University
                                                                          Tables:
   17. The Sand Diaries: Exploring Narrative, Learning, and Identity
                                                                             30. Exploring Reading and Writing Media Through Multiple
      in a Saudi Arabian Women’s College. Anastasia Kamanos, Royal
                                                                                Literacies: Teachers Discovering Media Production. Melda N
      University for Women
                                                                                Yildiz, William Paterson University; Anil Rakicioglu, Abant Izzet
16.103. Division G, Section 4: Roundtable I. Division G-Social                  Baysal University
      Context of Education                                                   31. From Package to Practice: Examining the Ad Hoc in a Statewide
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold              Early Literacy Program. Christina R. Davidson, Central
      Level                                                                     Queensland University
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                   32. Making Connections: The Nature and Occurrence of Links
Tables:                                                                         in Literacy Teaching and Learning. Judy M. Parr, Stuart
   18. Arresting Student Misbehavior: The Overlap of Justice and                McNaughton, Meaola Amituanai Toloa, Shelley MacDonald,
      Education. Stacey L. Brame, University of West Florida                    Mei Kuin Lai, University of Auckland
   19. Examining Institutional Resources for the Academic Success            33. Preservice Teacher Literacy Narratives: A Critical Development
      of Homeless Children. Laurie MacGillivray, University of                  Approach. Darlene Ciuffetelli-Parker, Brock University
                ; Amy L. Ardell, University of Southern California;          34. Social Construction of the Academic Essay in Teacher
      Margaret S. Curwen, University of Southern California                     Candidates: Connecting Speaking and Writing. Eileen Kennedy,
   20. Idealized Visions From Behind Bars: Prisoners’ Perspectives              Hostos Community College - The City University of New York
      on School Change. Ali A. Carr-Chellman, Luis C. Almeida,
      Brian Robert Beabout, Husra Tulay Gursoy, Pennsylvania State              Writing Apprehension of Secondary Preservice Teachers. Peggy
      University                                                                Daisey, Eastern Michigan University
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16.106. Teaching in Educational Administration: Perspectives                Tables:
      on Preparation Processes. SIG-Teaching in Educational                    5. On (the Absent Imperative of) Justice in Foucault?
      Administration
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold             6. Foucault, Marx, Governmentality, and Neoliberalism: Developing
      Level                                                                        a Critical Understanding of Recent State and Federal Reforms.
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                         David W. Hursh, University of Rochester
Tables:                                                                        7. The Role of the Intellectual in Critical Curriculum: Comparing
                                                                                   Michel Foucault and Antonio Gramsci.
        Future Leaders. Diana Faulkner Ryan, Saint Xavier University;              University of Illinois - Chicago
        Susan J. Katz, Roosevelt University                                    8. Critical and Spatial Ethnographic Practices and the Brave New
     37. Preparation to Practice: Establishing the Pathway From Principal          School.                                                    ;
        Preparation to School Improvement. Margaret E. Barber, Lehigh              Caroline Ann Fusco, University of Toronto
        University                                                             9. Turning Surveillance Inward: Interrogating Mathematical
     38. Quality, Quantity, or Both? An Educational Leadership                     Identities Through Self-Surveillance.
        Preparation Program’s Journey Through the Perfect Storm.
        Harold Lloyd Holloman, William Arthur Rouse, Marjorie                  10. Immigration, Literacy, and the Urban School: Effects of Policies
        Ringler, Lynn K. Bradshaw, East Carolina University                       for Competing in the Global Economy.
     39. Establishing Collaborative School-Family-Community                       University of Alberta
        Relationships: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Leadership             11. Technologies and Truth Games: A Methodological Approach for
        Preparation. Madeline M. Hafner, University of Utah                       Analyzing Literacy Instruction. Dawnene D. Hassett, University
     40. Journey Mapping the Principal Internship: A Longitudinal Study           of Wisconsin - Madison
        of Habits of Mind. Donna Cooner, Colorado State University;            12. Historicizing the Subject of English. Jory J. Brass, University of
        Ellyn M. Dickmann, Colorado State University                              Cincinnati
     41. Preparation of School Leaders Using Metaphors to Link Theory          13. The Portrayal of Theory as a Neutral-Sovereign in Education
        and Practice. Bobbie J. Greenlee, University of South Florida;
        Darlene Y. Bruner, University of South Florida                            Education. Mark Alexander Constas, Cornell University
16.107. Adult Education Across International Contexts: Exploring            16.110. School Community, Climate, and Culture - Paper
      Issues Through a Case-Study Approach. SIG-Adult Literacy                    Discussions/Roundtables. SIG-School Community, Climate and
      and Adult Education                                                         Culture
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold                Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      Level                                                                       Level
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                        12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
Tables:                                                                     Tables:
   1. Dialogic Management in Adult Education: A Case Study From                14. School Ethos and Best Practices. Linda L. Baker, State
      Spain. Itxaso Tellado, Northern Illinois University                         University of New York - Albany; Kristen C. Wilcox, State
   2. Quality Not Quantity: Connecting Learning and Self-Esteem in                University of New York - Albany
      Adult Students. Wendy M Knightley, University of Cambridge               15. Parent-Teacher Partnerships: Removing Borders Between
                                                                                  School and Community Cultures. Horace R. Hall, DePaul
16.108. Educational Neuroscience: Research Studies I. SIG-Brain,
                                                                                  University
       Neurosciences, and Education
                                                                               16. Characteristics of Successful Schools: A School Climate Survey.
       Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                  Stacie Ann Hudgens, Learning Point Associates; Everett V. Smith,
       Level
                                                                                  University of Illinois - Chicago
       12:00 pm to 12:40 pm
                                                                               17. Statistical Analysis of Public School Students’ Attitudes
Tables:
                                                                                  Toward School Climate. John Invy Jean, Southern Connecticut
   3. Integrating Psychometrics and Psychophysiology in the Study of
                                                                                  State University; Brian K. Perkins, Southern Connecticut State
       Teachers’ Anxieties Toward Teaching and Learning Mathematics.
                                                                                  University
                                                                               18. No Parents Left Behind: Analyzing the Parents’ Guide in
        Fraser University
                                                                                  Missouri. Pei-Ling Lee, University of Texas - Austin; Laarni
     4. Neural Substrates of Gf Abilities That Support Human Learning:
                                                                                  Decena Goma, University of Missouri - Columbia; Theera
        An fMRI Study. Hiromi Masunaga, California State University
                                                                                  Haruthaithanasan, ELPA-University of Missouri - Columbia
        - Long Beach; Ryuta Kawashima, Tohoku University; John L.
                                                                               19. The Lasting Impact of Bullying. Lisa Pescara-Kovach,
        Horn, University of Southern California; Yuko Sassa, Tohoku
                                                                                  University of Toledo
        University; Atsushi Sekiguchi, Tohoku University
16.109. Foucault, Marx, Gramsci, and Justice in Society and                       and Risk-Taking Behaviors. Linda E. Robinson, University of
       Schools: The Role of Math and English Literacies in the                    Connecticut;
       Construction of “Authentic” Citizenships. SIG-Foucault and              21. The Effect of School on Student, Parent, and Teacher Responses
       Education                                                                  to a Character Education Measure: Hierarchical Linear
       Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold               Modeling.                                               ;
       Level                                                                      Edward Hamilton Robinson, University of Central Florida;
       12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                       Shannon Ray, Nova Southeastern University; B. Grant Hayes,
Chair:                                                                            University of Central Florida
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   22. Educator Quality: What Makes a Teacher Ideal. Alandra S.             36. Utilizing Discriminant Analysis to Examine Fears in Gifted
      Weller-Clarke, Benedictine University; Diana Booth, Benedictine          Children.                                      ; Joy J Burnham,
      University; Keith Carroll, Benedictine University                        University of Alabama
   23. Sophomore Perceptions of Prescription Drug Abuse. Janette            37. “All Must Have Prizes”: Challenging the Gifted and Talented
      Harvey, Benedictine University; Alandra S. Weller-Clarke,                Paradigm. Janet Dyson, University of Hertfordshire
      Benedictine University; Keith Carroll, Benedictine University
                                                                                                 Monday, 12:50 pm
16.111. Technology in Teaching and Learning. SIG-Technology as an
      Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning                           17.010. Examining Intersectionality in Research. SIG-Critical
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold             Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in Education
      Level                                                                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                     12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
Tables:                                                                  Tables:
   24. Using Research and Evaluation to Improve Online Courses: Is It       1. Breaking the Silence: Toward a Model of Culturally Competent
      a Case of Organizational Learning? Cassandra Lewis, University           Pedagogy for African-American Teachers of Latino Students.
      of Maryland; Husein Abdul-Hamid, University of Maryland,
      University College; Yunyun Dai, University of Maryland,               2. Connecting Critically Raced Pedagogies of the Home With
      University College                                                       Educational Resilience. Lirio Patton, University of Wisconsin
                                                                               - Madison
      Corenna C. Cummings, Deborah Kalkman, Jason Michael                   3. Latino Critical Theory and La Frontera: New Perspectives for
      Underwood, Nancy DeFrates-Densch, William M. Boelcke,                    Researchers. Stace Rierson, Winona State University
      Agnes E Conway, Northern Illinois University                          4. Planning for Disaster: Education Policy in the Wake. Clyde
   26. Computer-Supported Peer Review and Writing. Ya-Chin Tsai,               Winters, Governor State University/Bennett CPS
      National Chiayi University; Wayne H. Slater, University of
      Maryland                                                                 Colleges and Universities: Examining Institutional, County,
   27. Development and Application of Weblog-Based Portfolio for               and State Factors. Brandon D. Daniels, University of Wisconsin
      Student Teachers. Hsueh-Hua Chuang, Graduate Institute of                - Madison
      Education, National Sun Yat-sen University; Han-Chin Liu,             6. Narratives of Minority Status Among Highly Involved Black
      Graduate Institute of Educational Technology, National Chiayi            Parents.
      University; Chi-Jen Huang, Natitional Chiayi University
                                                                         17.011. Innovative Uses of Instructional Technologies for
   28. Going Wiki in Online Technology Education Courses:
                                                                               Addressing Persistent Problems. SIG-Instructional Technology
      Promoting Online Learning and Service Learning Through
                                                                               Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      Wikis.                                                     ;
                                                                               12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
      Edward Roberts, North Carolina State University
                                                                         Tables:
   29. LegSim: Piloting a Web-Based Virtual Legislature in High
                                                                            7. The Effects of Spatial Contiguity Within Computer-Based
      School. Ruth M. Fruland, University of Washington; John D.
                                                                               Instruction of Group-Personalized, Two-Step Mathematics Word
      Wilkerson, University of Washington
                                                                               Problems. Christi A. Harter, University of Northern Colorado;
   30. The Effects of Barriers and Enabling Factors, Homophily,
                                                                               Heng-Yu Ku, University of Northern Colorado
      and Technical Support on Instructional Support Time. Doug
                                                                            8. Bridging the Cultural Divide: Using Technology Projects to
      Hearrington, Kennesaw State University; Neal B. Strudler,
                                                                               Promote Peace. Charalambos Vrasidas, CARDET; Christiana
      University of Nevada - Las Vegas
                                                                               Aravi, CARDET;

      Development. SIG-Research on Giftedness and Talent                    9. Change and Context: A Five-Year Overview of Two 1:1
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold             Programs. Saul Rockman, Rockman Et Al; Kay Sloan, Rockman
      Level                                                                    Et Al
      12:00 pm to 12:40 pm                                                  10. Cross-Disciplinary Team Learning and Support. Scott Schaffer,
Tables:                                                                        Purdue University; Kimfong Lei, Purdue University; Lisette
                                                                               Reyes, Purdue University
      Carol A. Carman, University of Houston - Clear Lake                   11. Employing Analogous Mappings When Using a Computer Game
   32. Developing Talent in the Performing Arts: Forging Connections           as a Simulation Intervention in Education. Preston Parker, Utah
      Between Gifted Education and Performing Arts Education. Bess             State University
      B. Worley, Gloucester County Public Schools, VA                       12. Interactive Textware: Design and Use of a Hybrid Paper/Digital
   33. Educator Perceptions of “Giftedness” and Those Who Would                Textbook. Kevin M. Carr, George Fox University
                                                                            13. An Exploratory Study of Feedback in a Blended-Delivery
   34. Emotional Intelligence and Gifted and Talented Children.                Virtual Program. Maura J. Pereira, Indiana University; Lynn
      Carmen Ferrandiz, University of Murcia; Mercedes Ferrando                Violet Clark, Indiana University - Bloomington
      Prieto, University of Murcia; Rosario Bermejo, Alicante
                                                                         17.012. Multiple Perspectives of CSR Implementation. SIG-
      University; Maria Dolores Prieto, Murcia University; Cristina
                                                                               Comprehensive School Reform
      Sánchez, Murcia University
                                                                               Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
   35. Examining the Perfectionism Among Athletically and Musically
                                                                               12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
      Talented Adolescents. Sari Johanna Mullola, University of
                                                                         Tables:
      Helsinki
                                                                            14. Implementation and Achievement Progress: One District’s
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        Success With Comprehensive School Reform. Chloe R.                        Stavanger;
        Hutchinson, Learning Point Associates; Stacie Ann Hudgens,             28. The Impact of Arts Integration on English Language Learners.
        Learning Point Associates                                                 Patricia L. Saraniero, University of San Diego; Merryl R.
     15. Leadership Distribution as Prescribed by the Leading                     Goldberg, California State University - San Marcos
        Comprehensive School Reform Models. Camille Rutherford,
                                                                            17.016. Teaching Eighth-Grade Students With Learning Disabilities
        Brock University
                                                                                   to Use Diagrams to Solve Word Problems. SIG-Special
     16. Spinning Wheels: Representations of Implementation in
                                                                                   Education Research
        Comprehensive School Reform. Leslie Santee Siskin, New York
                                                                                   Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
        University; Marian A. Robinson, Consortium for Policy Research
                                                                                   12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
        in Education
                                                                            Table:
     17. Strategies for Improving School Health and Reducing Student
                                                                               29. Teaching Eighth-Grade Students With Learning Disabilities to
        Discipline Problems. Jon C. Marshall, Marshall Consulting;
                                                                                   Use Diagrams to Solve Word Problems. Delinda van Garderen,
        Sarah D. Caldwell, International Learning Services, Inc.
                                                                                   University of Missouri - Columbia
     18. Texas Study of the Comprehensive School Reform Grant
        Program: Interim Report. Ali Piccuci, Resources for Learning;       17.017. Technology Research: Paper Discussion Session 2. Division
        Tracy Laughlin, Resources for Learning; Lauren Sartain,                   C-Learning and Instruction
        University of Chicago                                                     Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
     19. Changes in Students’ Attitudes Toward Literacy: A Case                   12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
        Study of a Literacy Collaborative School. Linda Caswell, Abt        Tables:
        Associates Inc.                                                        30. Across Classroom Contexts, How Does the Hanging With
                                                                                  Friends, Velocity Style! Module Support Students’ Ability to
17.013. Places of Learning in “Women in Fish”: Refocusing on the
                                                                                  Calculate and Graph Velocity? Erika Dawn Tate, University of
       Contemporary Play. SIG-Arts and Inquiry in the Visual and
                                                                                  California - Berkeley; Jason Finley, University of California
       Performing Arts in Education
                                                                                  - Los Angeles
       Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                               31. Technology-Based History Instruction for Students With and
       12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                                  Without Disabilities: Is a Little Enough?
Chair: Celeste Snowber, Simon Fraser University
                                                                                  Michigan State University; Carol Sue Englert, Michigan State
Table:
                                                                                  University; Emily C. Bouck, Purdue University; Anne Heutsche,
   20. Places of Learning in “Women in Fish”: Refocusing on the
                                                                                  Michigan State University; Carrie Anna Courtad, Michigan State
       Contemporary Play. Mia Perry, University of British Columbia
                                                                                  University
Discussant: Theresa Rogers, University of British Columbia
                                                                               32. An Investigation Into True Technology Implementation. Kelly F.
17.014. RTI and English Language Learners. SIG-Special Education                  Glassett, University of Utah; Lynne R. Schrum, George Mason
       Research                                                                   University
       Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level            33. Effectiveness of Carnegie Learning’s Cognitive Tutor© in
       12:50 pm to 1:30 pm                                                        Algebra I: A Report of a Randomized Experiment in the Maui
Table:                                                                            School District.
   21. A Case Study of RTI Implementation Across Three Elementary                 Inc.;
       School Sites.                               ; Julie Alonzo,             34. Examining a Model of Teachers’ Technology Adoption
                           ;                                                      Decisionmaking.
                                                                               35. Infusing Technology Into Multicultural Education Programs:
17.015. Session A. Creativity and Teaching: Multinational and
                                                                                  Research in Teacher Education. Hyesung Park, Winona State
                          SIG-Arts and Learning
                                                                                  University; Rhea R. Walker, Winona State University
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                               36. Technology and Student Performance in Texas Public Schools.
      12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                                  Jennifer Wivagg, University of Texas - Austin
Chair: Robin A. Mello, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
                                                                               37. The Effect of Collaborative Concept Mapping on Learning,
Tables:
                                                                                  Problem Solving, and Learner Attitude. Hong Gao, Florida
   22. Chinese Children and Two Caldecott Award Picture Books.
                                                                                  State University; Susan Carol Losh, Florida State University; E.
      Fongyun Lee, University of Northern Colorado; Linda J. Button,
                                                                                  Shen, Florida State University; Jeannine E. Turner, Florida State
      University of Northern Colorado
                                                                                  University; Rong Yuan, Defense Language Institute
   23. How Singapore Adolescents Emerge From the Whirlpool of
      Artistic Learning. Koon-Hwee Kan, Kent State University               17.018. Intersecting Identities: Discourse, Identity, and
   24. Perceiving, Experiencing, and Appreciating the Arts: Folk                   Achievement in Diverse Populations. Division G-Social
      Pedagogy in Two Elementary Schools in Taiwan. Yu-Ting Chen,                  Context of Education
                                                 ; Daniel J. Walsh,                Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                   Level
     25. Revisiting Drawing: Possibilities for Drawing Within a Visual             12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
        Culture and Postmodern-Informed Art Education. Nadine M.            Tables:
        Kalin, University of British Columbia                                  1. “We Fail Because They Don’t Listen”: Discourse of Dissension
     26. What Does It Mean to Be an Art Teacher? Kathleen A. Unrath,               Expressed by African-American Secondary Students. Ayanna F.
        University of Missouri - Columbia                                          Brown, Vanderbilt University
     27. “Creativity Is Our Hope”: A Multinational Exploration of              2. Academic Resilience in African-American Students: A Study of
        Creativity in Drama/Theatre Education. Laura A. McCammon,                  Recovery From Proximal Risk. Sylvia Yvonne Taylor, Emory
        University of Arizona; Aud Bergraff Sæbø, University of                    University
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   3. Exploring the Intersection of Social Class and Gender in
      Literature Circle Discussions. Lane W. Clarke, Northern                     Values Around Education? Katherine T. Ratliffe, University of
      Kentucky University                                                         Hawai’i
   4. Race, Identity, and Achievement: Mapping the Social-Cultural             17. Promoting School Success and College Access for Asian-
                                                             Peter C.
      Murrell, Northeastern University                                            Education. Roderick N. Labrador, University of Hawai’i - Manoa
   5. Gendered Disparities: Family and Achievement Among Children              18. Languages, Identities, and Learning to Teach: A Collective
      of Immigrants. Cynthia Feliciano, University of California -
      Irvine                                                                      University;                                      ; Shwu-Meei
                                                                                  Chen, Thunghai University, Taiwan;
       Problematizes Cultural Explanations of School Success or                   University
       Failure. Artineh Samkian, University of California - Los Angeles
                                                                            17.021. School University Collaborative Research Partnerships in
Discussants: Donyell Lakishka Roseboro, Southern Illinois University
                                                                                  Action. SIG-School-University Collaborative Research
   - Edwardsville; Nicelma J. King, University of California - Davis;
                                                                                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
   Ila Deshmukh Towery, Tufts University; Gloria Antricia Gibson,
                                                                                  Level
   State University of New York - Buffalo; Carli R. Kyles, University of
                                                                                  12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
   Nevada - Las Vegas; Rebecca K. Scheckler, Radford University
                                                                            Tables:
17.019. Methodological Issues in Survey Research as Applied in                 19. University, Public School, and Students’ Families’ Collaborative
      Educational Settings. SIG-Survey Research in Education                      Partnership: Analyzing the Project “Helping Our Kids.” Maria
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold                da Graca N. Mizukami, Aline M. Reali, Claudia Reyes, Emilia
      Level                                                                       Lima, Regina Tancredi, Roseli Mello, Federal University of Sao
      12:50 pm to 1:30 pm                                                         Carlos
Chair: Lynda S. Idleman, Idleman & Associates                                  20. GraSUS: Professional Development in Mathematics and Science
Tables:                                                                           Through School-University Collaboration.
   7. Mail and Web Surveys: A Comparison of Demographic                           North Dakota State University;
      Characteristics and Response Quality When Respondents Self-                 State University; Debra J. Tomanek, University of Arizona;
      Select the Survey Administration Mode. Dawn M. Mackety,                     Dogan Comez, North Dakota State University; Kim McVicar,
                                                                                  North Dakota State University; Canan Bilen, North Dakota State
   8. Enhanced Reporting of Survey Data: A Psychometric Approach.                 University
      Andrew Swanlund, Stacie Ann Hudgens, Chloe R. Hutchinson,                21. A District-University Research Partnership Model. Marco A.
      Learning Point Associates                                                   Munoz, Jefferson County (Ky) Public Schools; Paul A. Winter,
   9. Measuring Individual Preferences for Counselor Characteristics.             University of Louisville; Patricia Diane Ricciardi, Clemson
      Jennifer Ann Weber, University of Kentucky; Kelly D. Bradley,               University
      University of Kentucky                                                   22. Conducting Research That Practitioners Think Is Useful. Robert
   10. Methodological Aspects of Educational Survey Research: A                   Martin Reardon, Virginia Commonwealth University
      Brief Historical Review.                                                 23. Performing Action, Observing Reaction: Technology Integration
      State University                                                            Through Teacher-Researcher Collaboration.
   11. Square Pegs in Round Holes: Are We Using the Appropriate                   St. John Fisher College
      Statistical Methods to Evaluate the NSSE and Other Surveys?              24. Bringing College-Level Curriculum Into the High School
                                             ; Jeffrey D. Kromrey,                Setting: Educational Technology, Dual-Enrollment Programs.
      University of South Florida; James T. Coraggio, University of               Sharman Siebenthal, University of Michigan - Flint; Jeff P.
      South Florida;                                        ; Linda                                                           ; Gary Weisserman,

   12. E-Learning Systems as Research Platforms: Results From
                                                                            17.022. Second and Foreign Language Education Research - Paper
      the Networked Education Database (NED) Project. Gary J.
                                                                                  Discussions, Session II. SIG-Second Language Research
      Natriello, Matthew Pittinsky, Hui Soo Chae, Anthony Cocciolo,
                                                                                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      Teachers College, Columbia University
                                                                                  Level
                                                                                  12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
      - Paper Discussion 2. SIG-Research on the Education of Asian          Tables:
                                                                               25. A Novice Learner’s Mediating Tools in Acquiring English.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold                Ching-Fen Wu, National Chiayi University
      Level                                                                    26. A Qualitative Study: How Does Video Task-Based Teaching
      12:50 pm to 1:30 pm                                                         Change Chinese High School Students’ EFL Classroom
Tables:                                                                           Interaction? Jingbo Huang, Teachers College, Columbia
   13. What Causes Asian-American High Academic Achievement?                      University
      Family and Cultural Perspectives. Wei Wen Chen, University of            27. Adult ESL Learners in the “Hot Seat”: Ad-Hoc Conductive
      California - Santa Barbara                                                  Feedback in Grammar Instruction. Florin Marius Mihai,
   14. Remembering the 1.5 Generation: Korean-American                            University of Central Florida; Justin Edward Jernigan, Florida
      Experiences in School. Heekyong Teresa Pyon, University of                  State University
                                                                               28. Building Bridges: Using Dual-Language Books in the
   15. Filipino and Laotian Perspectives of the Model Minority                    Kindergarten Classroom. Rahat Naqvi, University of Calgary
      Stereotype: A Case Study Examination. Renee R Mudrey,                    29. When Objectives Collide: An Activity-Oriented Approach to
      University of Akron
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        Second-Language Classroom Interaction.                              17.025. Contextual and Personal Variables in the Process of Career
        Florida State University                                                  Development. SIG-Career Development
                                                                                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
        Beliefs and English Performance. Huei-Yu Chen, Florida State              Level
        University; Deborah J. Hasson, Florida State University                   12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                            Tables:
17.023. Service Learning Impacts. SIG-Service Learning and
                                                                               1. A Longitudinal Model of Educational Attainment and Career
      Experiential Education
                                                                                  Development. Jon D. Miller, Northwestern University; Linda G.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                  Kimmel, Northwestern University; Beatriz C. Clewell, Urban
      Level
                                                                                  Institute
      12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                               2. College Students’ Career Development: The Process of Becoming
Tables:
                                                                                  Aware of “Self”. SungAh Bae, University of Illinois - Urbana-
   31. Academic Service Learning as a Strategy Promoting Student
                                                                                             ; Klaus Witz, University of Illinois - Urbana-
      Success. Raymond W Francis, Central Michigan University
                                                                               3. Closing the Achievement Gap: Affective Correlates of Effective
        University Students and Community Citizens. Reese H. Todd,
                                                                                  High School Transition. Amanda Smith, University of Wisconsin
        Texas Tech University
                                                                                  - Milwaukee; Scott H. Solberg, University of Wisconsin -
                                                                                  Milwaukee
        Mentors of Small Children: Preliminary Results. Hansel Burley,
        Catherine Polydore,                    Doug D. Hamman, Eli
                                                                                  Women Selecting a Career in the Sciences. Priya Subra Mani,
        Boroda, Texas Tech University
                                                                                  University of Manitoba
     34. Helping Others and Helping Oneself: A Review of Service
        Learning Programs. Christine I. Celio, Loyola University -          17.026. Gender Issues in Higher Education. SIG-Research on
        Chicago;                                             ; Roger P.            Women and Education
        Weissberg, University of Illinois - Chicago                                Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
     35. Project HOPE: Using Service-Learning to Link Classroom to                 Level
        Community. Rachel Sutz Pienta, Wakulla High School; Nancy                  12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
        Floyd Richardson, Wakulla High School                               Tables:
     36. Service-Learning Research: A Review of the Last 25 Years.             5. A Hidden Form of Harassment: Workplace Bullying Among
        Robert D. Shumer, University of Minnesota                                  Faculty.
                                                                               6. “It’s Not Like I Have an Agenda or Anything”: Ideology, Identity,
17.024. What Constitutes the Exceptional Educator? Self-Study
                                                                                   and Retreat Among Young, White Female Preservice Teachers.
      Pedagogy. SIG-Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices
                                                                               7. Whose Web of Knowledge Is It Anyway? The Impact of Feminist
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                   Articles on the Field of Higher Education. Jennifer L. Hart,
      Level
                                                                                   University of Missouri - Columbia; Amy S. Metcalfe, University
      12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                                   of British Columbia
Tables:
                                                                               8. Teaching Graduate Students to Become Effective Protégés. Linda
   37. A Teacher Educator Engages Student Teachers’ Hearts and
                                                                                   J. Searby, University of Alabama - Birmingham;
      Minds in the Struggle to Address (Il)literacy in Content-Area
                                                                                   Bradley University
      Classrooms. Christianna L. Alger, San Diego State University
                                                                               9. Graduate Student Response to a Gender-Issues-in-Education
   38. Exceptional Educators: Understanding the Dimensions of Their
                                                                                   Course. Lynda R. Wiest, University of Nevada - Reno
      Practice. Avraham A. Cohen, University of British Columbia;
                                                                               10. Gender-Related Differences in Student Achievements in Primary
      Marion Porath, University of British Columbia
                                                                                   Teacher Education. Gerda Geerdink, Vocational University of
   39. Experiencing Self-Study Research: Students’ Perspective.
                                                                                   Arnhem and Nijmegen; Theo C. M. Bergen, Radboud University
      Ayesha Bashiruddin, Aga Khan University, Institute for
                                                                                   Nijmegen;
   40. Self-Study Networks: Scaffolding the Generative Capacity of          17.027. Hispanic Research Issues - SIG Roundtable (Session 1).
      Teacher Leaders. Roger B. Peckover, Suzanne Peterson, Pat                   SIG-Hispanic Research Issues
      Christiansen, Marilyn Jacobson, Saint Mary’s University of                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      Minnesota                                                                   Level
   41. Voyeurisms and Validations: Initiating and Sustaining a Self-              12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
      Study Group in a Teacher Education Faculty. Garry F. Hoban,           Tables:
      Pauline Harris, Irina Verenikina, Doug Reid, Lisa Kervin,                11. Making Education Available, Affordable, and Accessible:
      Deslea Konza, Raelene Anderson,                       Dianne                Discourses of Educational Equity in Struggle for Higher
      Allen, Honglin Chen, University of Wollongong                               Education. Armando L. Trujillo, University of Texas - San
   42. What Does Students’ Silence “Say”? Learning to “Read” Our                  Antonio
      Teacher Education Students. Carolyn P. Panofsky, Rhode Island            12. A Community College Case Study: Exploring Transfer
      College; Lesley Bogad, Rhode Island College                                 Outcomes for Latino Students.
Discussants: Mary P. Manke, University of Wisconsin - River Falls;                University of California - Berkeley
                                                                  ;            13. Access to the University of California for Graduates of
   Barbara A. Henderson, San Francisco State University; Rosemary                 California Low-API High Schools. Lisa Chavez, Gabino
   Anne Turner-Bisset, Middlesex University; Patience A. Sowa,                    Arredondo,
   Rockhurst University; Colleen M. Conway, University of Michigan                - Berkeley
                                                       Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                          87


   14. Cholo to “Me”: From Peripherality to Practicing Student               28. Faculty Perceptions and Actions to Promote Academic Integrity.
      Success for a Chicano Former Gang Member. Reynaldo Reyes                  Sandra G. Nadelson, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
      III, University of Texas - El Paso                                     29. Making a Case for Morally Good Teaching and Morally Good
   15. Classroom Learning Environment and Instructional Differences             Teachers.
      Between Resilient and Nonresilient Hispanic Students. Hector H.        30. Patterns and Connections: The Teacher’s Role in Moral
      Rivera, University of Houston; Hersh C. Waxman, Texas A&M                 Classrooms in Kindergarten. Martha J. Lash, Kent State
      University                                                                University
   16. Listening to Voices of Latina/o Youths: Secondary Latina/             31. Preservice Teachers’ Conceptions of Character Education and
      o Students’ Knowledge and Perceptions About American                      Civic Education.
      Citizenship. Drinda Benge Cherukuri, North Carolina State                 University; Cheryl A. Franklin, Boise State University
      University
                                                                          17.031. Teachers, Professional Learning, and Educational Reform.
17.028. Interests, Politics, and Policy. Division L-Educational Policy          SIG-Educational Change
      and Politics                                                              Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold              Level
      Level                                                                     12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
      12:50 pm to 1:30 pm                                                 Tables:
Tables:                                                                      32. Building a Professional Learning Community: A Way of Teacher
   17. New Labour Education Policy and the Rise of School                       Participation in Mexican Public Elementary Schools. Manuel
      Leadership in England. Helen Gunter, University of Manchester;            Flores Fahara, Tecnologico de Monterrey;
      Gillian Forrester, University of Manchester                               Rodriguez Bulnes, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo Leon;
   18. More Boots on the Ground: The Expansion of the Junior                    Magda Garcia Quintanilla, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo
                                         Ross Emmerson Collin,                  Leon
      University of Wisconsin - Madison                                      33. Creating Professional Learning Communities in Schools:
   19. The Landscape of Homeschooling Regulation: Ideals and                    Professional Development for Teacher Collaboration With a
      Realities. Robert Kunzman, Indiana University                             Focus on Learning.
                                                                                Monique Sanchez, University of California - Los Angeles
17.029. International Perspectives on Literature Learning:
                                                                             34. Disequilibrating Concerns in Professional Development
      Literature SIG. SIG-Literature
                                                                                Implementation. Benjamin Haywood Dotger, Syracuse University
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                             35. Reform Barriers for University Faculty. Charles R. Henderson,
      Level
                                                                                Western Michigan University; Melissa H. Dancy, University of
      12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                                North Carolina - Charlotte
Tables:
                                                                             36. Responding to New Populations of Students. Jo Bennett,
   20. Building Really Useful Engines: Thomas the Tank Engine’s
                                                                                University of Texas - Austin
      New Curriculum. Jacqueline Bach, Louisiana State University
                                                                             37. Teachers’ Adaptations to English-Only Legislation. Maria
   21. Conversational Genres as Teaching: Four Conversational Genres
                                                                                Teresa Sanchez, Boston College
      in the Teaching of Literature.
   22. Embracing Ambiguity: Dialogic Methods in Secondary English         17.032. The Lives and Careers of Teachers. SIG-Lives of Teachers
      Classrooms. Mary Suzanne Ladky, Trent University                          Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
   23. Portrayal of Themes and Topics in the Literary and Visual Arts:          Level
      The Case of Textbooks for Learning Literature. Yael Poyas,                12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
      Haifa University; Billie Eilam, University of Haifa                 Tables:
   24. Preservice Poetry Teaching: Can the Pursuit of “Quality” Also
      Embrace Creativity? Sue Dymoke, University of Leicester                   Through ArtTalk.
   25. The Resurgence of Literature? The Place of Literature in the             University
      Teaching of English After 10 Years of Domination by the                39. Improving an Urban School District Through a Graduate Degree
      Literacy Strategy. Andrew C. Goodwyn, University of Reading               Program for Inservice Teachers: A Study of Teacher Change.
                                                                                James A. Muchmore, Western Michigan University;
17.030. Moral Education Roundtables II. SIG-Moral Development
                                                                                Western Michigan University; Gary E. Marx, Eastern Michigan
      and Education
                                                                                University;                                           ; Ronald A.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                Crowell, Western Michigan University
      Level
                                                                             40. Journey of the Hare or the Tortoise? The Learning Trajectories
      12:50 pm to 1:30 pm
                                                                                of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Student Teachers. Kathleen
Tables:
                                                                                Martina Horgan, Mary Immaculate College
   26. An Investigation Into the Ethical Development of Undergraduate
                                                                             41. Lives of Second-Career Teachers: Competing Discourses. Susan
      Peer Tutors.
                                                                                G. Schroeder, Medaille College - Buffalo, NY
      - Manchester
                                                                             42. No Turning Back: The Tipping Point in Teachers’ Life Histories.
   27. Analyzing Approaches to Moral Education. Matthew N. Sanger,
                                                                                                                    ; Shirley Van Nuland,
      Idaho State University;
      State University
                                                                             43. Portrait of an Alternative School: Exploring Teacher-Student
                                                                                Relationships. Debra L. Yates, Albertson College of Idaho
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                          Monday, 1:00 pm                                      The Linguistic Human Rights of the Deaf Students: Another
                                                                                  Apartheid. Timothy Reagan, University of the Witwatersrand
              AERA Governance Meetings and Events                           Discussants:                                                        ;
                                                                               Martha A. Montero-Sieburth, University of Massachusetts - Boston
18.001. AERA 2006-2007 Council Meeting. AERA
      Sheraton, Mayfair, Level 2                                            19.011. Critical Perspectives on the “Boy Crisis” in U.S. Schools.
      1:00 pm to 3:45 pm                                                           Committee on Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity
Chair: Eva L. Baker, University of California - Los Angeles                        (SAGE)
                                                                                   Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section F - Fifth Floor
                                                                                   2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
18.010. Conducting and Evaluating Research That Responds                    Chair:
      to Legal Challenges to K-12 and Higher Education Race-                Participants:
      Conscious Policies. Professional Development Training                    “Reading Isn’t Fun”: Boys, Schools, and the Shame of Reading.
      Fairmont, Chancellor Room, Third Level                                       Todd Dixon, Teach For America
      1:00 pm to 5:00 pm                                                       Which Boys? Which Girls? Gender, Social Class, and the Politics of
Director: Patricia Marin, Civil Rights Project, Harvard University                 the “Boy Crisis”. Mary L. Madden, University of Maine; Lyn M.
Instructors: John T. Yun, University of California - Santa Barbara;                Brown, Colby College
   Angelo Ancheta, Santa Clara University School of Law; Stella M.             From “SpongeBob” to the “Mook”: Media, Masculinity, and the
   Flores, Harvard Graduate School of Education; Erica Frankenberg,                “Boy Crisis”.                                ; Keegan Albaugh,
   Harvard Graduate School of Education                                            Colby College
                                                                            Discussant: Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower, University of North Dakota
18.011. Empowerment Evaluation Workshop. Professional
      Development Training                                                  19.012. GSC Division E Fireside Chat: The Personal Meets
      Fairmont, Regent Room, Third Level                                          Professional - Intersections of Lived Identities Within the
      1:00 pm to 5:00 pm                                                          Culture of Academe. Graduate Student Council
Director: David M. Fetterman, Stanford University                                 Hyatt, Regency Ballroom, Section B, West Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
18.012. Professional Development Workshop for OERL (Online
                                                                            Chairs:                                         ; Rebecca Joan
      Evaluation Resource Library). Professional Development
      Training
                                                                            Participants: Namok Choi, University of Louisville; Dorothy L.
      Fairmont, Ambassador Room, Second Level
                                                                                         , University of Illinois; Patricia L. Hardre, University
      1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
                                                                                             ;                 , Howard University; James W.
Directors: Geneva D. Haertel, SRI International; Melissa J. Koch, SRI
                                                                               Lichtenberg, University of Kansas
   International
Instructors: Edys S. Quellmalz, Daniel R. Zalles,                                  19.013. International Perspectives on Quality Educational
   Judi Fusco, Melissa J. Koch, SRI International; Deh-I Hsiung,                   Research That Supports Students’ Learning in Reading and
   National Science Foundation; Thomas Gaffney, SRI International                  Mathematics. International Relations Committee
                                                                                   Sheraton, Mississippi, Level 2
18.013. The Qualitative Analysis of Video: A Practical Guide, Part
                                                                                   2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
      II. Professional Development Training
                                                                            Chair: Debra L. Panizzon, University of New England
      Fairmont, International Ballroom, Second Level
                                                                            Participants:
      1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
                                                                               Current Research Supporting the Development of Improved Literacy
Directors: Kay Uchiyama, Colorado State University; David Woods,
                                                                                   and Numeracy Skills in Low-Achieving Students: An Australian
   Wisconsin Center for Education Research
                                                                                   Experience. John E. Pegg, University of New England; Debbie
                          Monday, 2:15 pm
                                                                                                            ;
                                                                               Phonological Awareness and Rapid Word Recognition Training With
19.010. Linguistic Human Rights (LHR) and Language                                Adult Neoliterates in Burkina Faso. James Royer, University of
        Discrimination in Education. Presidential Session                         Massachusetts - Amherst
        Sheraton, Chicago Ballroom, Section VI, Level 4                        The Development of an Example of Intervention Research in
        2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                        Australian Schools. Lorraine J. Graham, University of New
 Chair: Francois V. Tochon, University of Wisconsin - Madison                     England; Jennifer Hudson Thomas, SiMERR
 Participants:                                                                 Progress in the Development of an Integrated, Computer-Based
    Language Discrimination in Education: A Brief Introduction.                   Assessment and Intervention System. Rachel E. Wing, University
        Francois V. Tochon, University of Wisconsin - Madison                     of Massachusetts
    English, French, and the Disappearance of African Languages.            Discussant: Helen Abadzi, The World Bank
       Research                                                             19.014. Linking Research and Activism for Social Justice in
     Revitalizing Indigenous Languages: The Contribution of                        Chicago: An Invitation to Dialogue. Social Justice Action
       Collaborative Research in Sociolinguistics. Jose Antonio Flores             Committee
                                                                                   Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section C - Fifth Floor
                                                                                   2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
     Recovering From Language Slavery: The New Recognition of               Chair:
       Creole in French West Indies Teacher Education. Christian Alin,      Presentations:
       Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maitres de Lyon                 Teachers for Social Justice Chicago.
                                                         Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                       89


   Chicago Area Curriculum Exchange.                                              Texas - Austin; Bruce D. Baker, University of Kansas
   Kenwood Oakland Community Organization.
                                                                                  Which Students Get Excluded, and, More Importantly, Why?
19.015. Educational Leadership: Identity Orientation and Cultural
                                                                                  Kathryn Bell McKenzie, Texas A&M University; Ricardo Lozano,
       Responsiveness. Division A-Administration, Organization, and
                                                                                  Texas A&M University
       Leadership
                                                                               School-Level Leadership and Organization: Affecting the Practice
       Marriott, Iowa, Sixth Floor
                                                                                  and Quality of Teaching. Daria E. Buese, University of
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                  Maryland; Linda R. Valli, University of Maryland
Chair: Thomas L. Alsbury, North Carolina State University
                                                                               Network Embeddedness of New Teachers: The Social Networks
Participants:
   “Is That a Wedding Ring?” A Look at the Panopticons of Identity
                                                                                  Ted R. Purinton, National-Louis University; Daria C. Waetjen,
       Politics Lived by Closeted Gay School Administrators Serving
                                                                                  University of Southern California
       Homophobic Communities. Autumn K. Tooms, Kent State
       University
                                                                                  Achievement: A Multilevel Examination. Daniel Berebitsky,
   A Diverse Group of Principals in High-Performing Schools
                                                                                  Roger D. Goddard, David Michael Leahy, Christine Neumerski,
       Using a Relational Identity Orientation to Improve Academic
                                                                                  Serena Jean Salloum, University of Michigan
       Achievement for Students of Color and Economically
                                                                            Discussant: Hanne B. Mawhinney, University of Maryland - College
       Disadvantaged Students. Nick Cormier, Park University; Bret D.
                                                                               Park
       Cormier, University of Texas - Austin
   Latino Principal Racial Identity: Supporting and Inhibiting School       19.018. Findings From the Survey Phase of the International
       Contexts. Frank Hernandez, Iowa State University                            Successful School Principalship Project. Division A-
   Schooling con Cariño: Leadership for Culturally Responsive                      Administration, Organization, and Leadership
       Schools. Mary E. Gardiner, University of Idaho - Boise; Carolyn             Marriott, Lakeview, Second Floor
       Hondo, University of Idaho;                                                 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       - Boise                                                              Chair:
Discussant: Jeffrey S. Brooks, Florida State University                     Participants: David M. Gurr, University of Melbourne; Conny
                                                                               Bjorkman, Mid Sweden University; Lawrence George Drysdale,
19.016. Examining How Ethics, Motivation, Intentionality, and
                                                                               University of Melbourne; Helen Margaret Goode, University of
       Communication Are Elements in Principal Leadership
                                                                               Melbourne; Jonas Hoog,                                     ;
       Preparation. Division A-Administration, Organization, and
                                                                               Johansson, Umeå University; Lauri Johnson, State University of
       Leadership
                                                                               New York - Buffalo; John Krejsler, Danish University of Education;
       Marriott, Kansas City, Fifth Floor
                                                                               Jorunn Moller,                    ; Lejf Moos, Danish University
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                               of Education; Bill Mulford, University of Tasmania; Guri Skedsmo,
Participants:
                                                                                                  ; Kam-cheung Wong, University of Hong Kong;
   Applying Goal Orientations in an Exploration of Student
                                                                               Rose M. Ylimaki, State University of New York - Buffalo
       Motivations in the Domain of Educational Leadership. Daniel
       Lawrence McCollum, University of Houston - Clear Lake;               19.019. Aesthetic Perspectives on Curriculum. Division B-
       Lawrence T. Kajs, University of Houston - Clear Lake                        Curriculum Studies
   Language as an Indicator of Principals’ Intentionality. Joanne R.               Marriott, Los Angeles, Fifth Floor
       Chesley, University of North Carolina - Greensboro; Larry                   2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       Canady, University of North Carolina - Greensboro                    Chair: Thomas Carl Turner, Arizona State University
   Special Education Experience: Do Principals Need It to Get a Job?        Participants:
       Pamela Hudson Baker, George Mason University; Susan C. Bon,             Drama (Post) Structures: Performing Identities Within and Outside
       George Mason University                                                     Drama Worlds. Sarah Jane Twomey, University of British
   The Forgotten Dimension of Communication: Examining the                         Columbia; Carmen Medina, University of British Columbia
       Listening Skills of School Administrators. Jerry Woods, North           Experiences From Aesthetic Learning in Mathematics: What
                                        ; Alan R. Shoho, University of             Difference Does It Make in Teacher Education? Anna Palmer,
       Texas - San Antonio; Page A. Smith, University of Texas - San               Institute of Education, Stockholm
       Antonio                                                                 Playing for the Curriculum Cup: Aesthetic Literacies in World
   The Impact of the TERA Ethics Training Program on Educational                   Educational Policy and Implementation. Kedrick P. A. James,
       Administrators’ Professional Development. Lyse Langlois,                    University of British Columbia
       Université Laval;                                                       Wherefore Art Thou? Recovery of the Self Through a Pedagogy of
       L’Education-Université Laval; Lucie Heon, Université Laval                  the Blues. Shirley J Wade Mcloughlin, Keene State College
Discussant: Madeline M. Hafner, University of Utah                          Discussant: Teresa J Rishel, Kent State University
19.017. Examining and Supporting Teacher Quality. Division A-               19.020. Bordered Landscapes of Critical Issues in Literacy
       Administration, Organization, and Leadership                                Education: Community, Collaboration, Self-Determination,
       Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section D - Fifth Floor                         and Sovereignty. Division B-Curriculum Studies
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                          Marriott, Illinois, Sixth Floor
Chair: Beverly J. Irby, Sam Houston State University                               2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
Participants:                                                               Chair: Kyle D. Shanton, New Mexico State University
   Examining the Relationship Between Principal Attributes and              Participants:
       School-Level Teacher Quality in Texas. Edward J. Fuller,                Cultural Literacy in Bilingual Education Con Entendimiento. Maria
       University of Texas - Austin; Michelle D. Young, University of              D. Mercado, New Mexico State University
90                                                        Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007


     Reading the (De)Colonized World: Cultural Literacy for Laguna              Processing Information and Generating Solutions to Problem Tasks:
       Pueblo Students. Jeanette Haynes Writer, New Mexico State
       University                                                                 Affective States. Mary D. Ainley, University of Melbourne
     Challenging Freedom: Critical Literacy for Rural Students. Heather         Goal Priming and the Emotional Experience of Students With

     Critical Literacies “Para Los Niños” in the Borderlands. Kyle D.              Emotional Stroop Paradigm. Georgios D. Sideridis, University
        Shanton, New Mexico State University                                       of Crete; Maria Siakali, University of Crete; Maria Georgiou,
                                                                                   University of Crete; Ioanna Irakleous, University of Crete
19.021. Adaptive Expertise: Its Development and the Role of
                                                                                Achievement Goals Predicting Affective Change Over Time. David
       Transfer. Division C-Learning and Instruction
                                                                                   E Conroy, Pennsylvania State University; Lindsey H. Schantz,
       Hyatt, Acapulco, West Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                   Pennsylvania State University
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                             Discussant:
Chair: John D. Bransford, University of Washington
Participants: Vanessa Svihla, University of Texas - Austin; Taylor           19.024. Beyond Measuring Up: Using TIMSS to Examine Why the
   Martin, University of Texas - Austin; Nancy J. Vye, University of                United States Is Being Left Behind in Mathematics. Division
   Washington;                       , University of Texas - Austin;                C-Learning and Instruction
   Anthony Petrosino, University of Texas - Austin; Karen Rayne,                    Hyatt, Burnham, West Tower - Silver Level
   University of Texas - Austin; Drue J. Gawel, University of                       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
   Washington; Susan K. Mosborg, University of Washington; Joan              Chair: Hans Wagemaker, International Association for the Evaluation
   M.T. Walker, Long Island University; Leslie R. Herrenkohl,                   of Educational Achievement
   University of Washington; Brigid J. S. Barron, Stanford University;       Participants:
   Veronique Mertl, University of Washington; Timothy Kieran                    TIMSS 2003 Achievement in Mathematics Cognitive Domains. Ina
               , University of Washington; Kenneth R. Diller, University            V. S. Mullis, Boston College
   of Texas;                         , Northwestern University; Na’ilah         Examining the Problem-Solving Achievement of U.S. Eighth-Grade
   Suad Nasir, Stanford University; Emma M. Mercier, Stanford                       Students in TIMSS 2003. Alka Arora, Boston College
   University                                                                   What the United States Has Learned About Mathematics
Discussants: Valerie Crawford, SRI International;                                   Achievement From Four Decades of International Assessments.
   Vanderbilt University
                                                                             Discussants: Graham Ruddock, NFER; Valena White Plisko, U.S.
19.022. Afterschool: A Context for Investigating the Language and
       Cultural Resources of Latinos/as in Mathematics. Division
       C-Learning and Instruction                                            19.025. New Learning Technologies: Affordances for Authoring,
       Hyatt, Addams, West Tower - Silver Level                                     Assessment, and Research. Division C-Learning and Instruction
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                           Hyatt, DuSable, West Tower - Silver Level
Chair: Lena Licon Khisty, University of Illinois - Chicago                          2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
Participants:                                                                Chairs: Janice Gobert, Concord Consortium; James D. Slotta,
   The Afterschool: Shifting Paradigms for Latinos/as Learning                  University of Toronto
       Mathematics. Hector Morales, University of Illinois - Chicago;        Participants:
       Javier Diez-Palomar, University of Arizona                               Through the Looking Glass and What We Found There: A Logging
   Cross-Generational Mathematics Learning in an Afterschool Setting:               Infrastructure for Investigating Students’ Inquiry Processes.
       The Interdependence of Context, Networks, and Resources.                     Janice Gobert, Barbara C. Buckley, Paul Horwitz, Concord
       Eugenia Vomvoridi-Ivanovic, University of Illinois - Chicago;                Consortium
       Maura Varley, University of Arizona                                      Consistency and Change in High School Students’ Exploration of
   Changing Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Mathematics                         Connected Chemistry Models. Sharona T. Levy, University of
       Education With Latinos/as Through Afterschool Experiences.                   Haifa; Uri J. Wilensky, Northwestern University
       Ksenija Simic, University of Arizona; Javier Diez-Palomar,               New Opportunities for International Exchanges: When They’re
       University of Arizona                                                        Worth It, and How Can We Help Them Succeed? James D.
Discussant:                                                                         Slotta, University of Toronto;
                                                                                CIEL: Setting the Stage for Integrated Inquiry Learning. Wouter R.
19.023. An In-Depth Analysis of Achievement Goals and Emotions:
                                                                                    van Joolingen, University of Twente; Ton de Jong, University of
       Implications for Theory and Practice. Division C-Learning
                                                                                    Twente; Sarah A. Manlove, University of Twente
       and Instruction
                                                                                Investigating Students’ Behaviors, Patterns, and Learning in a
       Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section A, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                    Multi-User Virtual Environment Designed Around Inquiry. Jody
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                    E. Clarke, Harvard Graduate School of Education; Diane Jass
Chairs: Lisa A. Linnenbrink-Garcia, Duke University; Reinhard
                                                                                                                 ; Brian C. Nelson, Arizona State
   Pekrun, University of Munich
                                                                                    University; Benjamin Eric Erlandson, Arizona State University;
Participants:
                                                                                    Edward Dieterle, Harvard Graduate School of Education; Chris
   Achievement Goals and Students’ Discrete Achievement Emotions:
                                                                                    J. Dede, Harvard University
       A Theoretical Model and Prospective Field Studies. Reinhard
                                                                                Enabling Technologies From the Pittsburgh Science of Learning
       Pekrun, University of Munich; Andrew J. Elliot, University of
                                                                                    Center. Kenneth R Koedinger, Carnegie Mellon University
       Rochester; Markus A. Maier, University of Munich
                                                                                Using Intelligent Tutoring to Support Educational Research: The
   Reactions to Challenge: The Interplay Between Achievement Goal
                                                                                    ASSISTments Platform. Jozsef Patvarczki, Kai Rasmussen,
       Orientations and Affect. Lisa A. Linnenbrink-Garcia, Duke
                                                                                    Michael Pucaro, Mingyu Feng, Leena Razzaq, Neil T
       University; Diana F. Tyson, Duke University
                                                                                    Heffernan, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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Discussants: James W. Pellegrino, University of Illinois - Chicago; Roy    19.029. Mixed Methods in Educational Research. Division D-
   D. Pea, Stanford University                                                    Measurement and Research Methodology
                                                                                  Marriott, Cook, Third Floor
19.026. Novel Interfaces for Education: Dynamic and Virtual
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       Reality Modalities. Division C-Learning and Instruction
                                                                           Chair: Thomas Greckhamer, Louisiana State University
       Hyatt, New Orleans, West Tower - Gold Level
                                                                           Participants:
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                              Mixed Methods and Missing Metaphors. Howard A. Smith, Queen’s
Chair: Eric N. Wiebe, North Carolina State University
                                                                                  University
Participants:
                                                                              Mixed-Methods Literacy Research: Creative and Quantum. Marzieh
   Students’ Conceptions of Congruency Through the Use of Dynamic
       Geometry. Gloriana Gonzalez, University of Michigan; Patricio
                                                                              Mixed-Method Analytic and Integration Strategies in the Study of
       G. Herbst, University of Michigan
                                                                                School Success in Challenging Circumstances. Eunice Eunhee
   Effects of Desktop Virtual Reality on Learner Performance and
                                                                                Jang, Monique Bernadette Herbert, Dawn Pollon, Pia Russell,
                                                    ; Floyd B. Ausburn,
                                                                              Text Mining in Qualitative Data Analysis: A Collaboration. Karen
                                                                                 D. King, New York University;
   Using a 3D Virtual Environment to Foster College-Community
                                                                           Discussant: Mirka E. Koro-Ljungberg, University of Florida
      Connections. Clement Chau, Tufts University; Marina U. Bers,
      Tufts University                                                     19.030. Multidimensional Item Response Theory. Division D-
Discussant: Eva E. Toth, Duquesne University                                      Measurement and Research Methodology
                                                                                  Marriott, Dupage, Third Floor
19.027. Transcending Space and Time: International Perspectives
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       on the Use of Technology in Education. Division C-Learning
                                                                           Chair: Jennifer E. V. Lloyd, University of British Columbia
       and Instruction
                                                                           Participants:
       Hyatt, Grand Suite 5, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                              A New Goodness-of-Fit Index for the Multidimensional Item-
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                  Response Model. Shu-chuan Kao, Michigan State University;
Chair: Yuliang Liu, Southern Illinois University
                                                                                  Mark D. Reckase, Michigan State University
Participants:
                                                                              Hierarchical Multidimensional IRT Models. Yanyan Sheng, Southern
   Identity Characteristics of Power-Users-of-Technology Youth. Susan
                                                                                  Illinois University - Carbondale;
       A. Yoon, University of Pennsylvania;
                                                                                  of Missouri
       of Pennsylvania
                                                                              Investigating the Validity of Customized Norms From a
   Building Online Global Communities of Inquiry in Middle Schools:
                                                                                  Multidimensional Item Response Theory Perspective. Xiaohui
       Two Perspectives. Allan Zahara, Athabasca University; Winifred
                                                                                  Zhao, University of Iowa; Tim Miller, ACT, Inc.
                                                                              Modeling Cross-Grade Construct Shift Using Multidimensional
   Teacher Belief and Practice: Investigating the Technology
                                                                                  Item Response Theory. Tianli Li, Michigan State University;
      Integration of Taiwanese High School Teachers. Chao-hsiu Chen,
                                                                                  Mark D. Reckase, Michigan State University;
      University of Texas - Austin; Todd C. Reimer, University of Texas
      - Austin
                                                                              The Effects of Nonorthogonality in Multidimensional Item
   Multisite Videoconferencing Between Developed and Less-
                                                                                 Response Theory Linking. Haniza Yon, ETS; Corwin S. Sullivan,
      Developed Countries to Build and Sustain Educational Research
                                                                                 Harvard University
      Collaborations. Virginia L. Gordon, Robert A. Lecusay, Michael
                                                                           Discussant: Brian T. Habing, University of South Carolina
      Cole, University of California - San Diego
Discussant: Thomas C. Reeves, University of Georgia                                                                                    Division
                                                                                  D-Measurement and Research Methodology
19.028. Linking/Scaling Issues. Division D-Measurement and
                                                                                  Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section B - Fifth Floor
       Research Methodology
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       Marriott, Bucktown, Second Floor
                                                                           Chair: Linda A. Bond, CTB/McGraw-Hill
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                           Participants:
Chair: Jerry L. Gorham, ETS
                                                                              Nonparametric, IRT-Based Approach to Validating Cutscore.
Participants:
                                                                                  Abdullah A. Ferdous, Measured Progress; Barbara S. Plake,
   Evaluation of Calibration/Linking Approaches to Mixed-Format
                                                                                  University of Nebraska - Lincoln
       Writing Assessments. Kooghyang Ro Um, Pearson Educational
                                                                              An Adaptive Scoring Protocol to Enhance Accuracy of Performance
       Measurement; Dong-In Kim, CTB/McGraw-Hill; Ahmet Turhan,
                                                                                                 Mark Jonathan Darby, University of North
       Pearson Educational Measurement
                                                                                  Carolina - Greensboro; Matthew David Finkelman, Measured
   A Comparison of Fixed Common-Precalibrated Parameter Method,
                                                                                  Progress; Michael L. Nering, Measured Progress
       Linking Separate Calibration, and Concurrent Calibration for
                                                                              Assessing Consequences of Varying Response Probability Values
       Linking Different Groups. Zhonghua Zhang, Chinese University
                                                                                  on Achievement via Multinomial Logistic Regression. Canda D.
       of Hong Kong; Yujing Ni, Chinese University of Hong Kong
                                                                                                                              ; Vicki D. Peyton,
   Examining Linking Item Diagnostic Tools With Noisy Data. Seon-
                                                                                  University of Kansas
       Hi Shin, Harcourt Assessment, Inc.;
                                           ; Michael J. Young, Harcourt
                                                                                 With Pattern Scoring. Dong-In Kim, CTB/McGraw-Hill; Karen
       Educational Measurement
                                                                                 Barton, CTB/McGraw-Hill; Jungnam Kim, University of Iowa
      Information. Rochelle S. Michel, Florida International University
Discussant: Dianne Henderson-Montero, ETS
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   Using Person Fit in a Body of Work Standard Setting. Matthew                Looking Through the Lens of a Camera in the Early Childhood
      David Finkelman, Measured Progress; Wonsuk Kim, Measured                   Classroom. Narelle Lemon, University of Melbourne
      Progress                                                                 Boys’ Assemblages of Learning. Gerald Bain King, University of
Discussant: Samuel A. Livingston, ETS                                            Melbourne; Julianne Moss, University of Melbourne
                                                                               Real Policy, Real Change: Transforming Secondary School Cultures
19.032. Adult Development Issues. Division E-Counseling and
                                                                                 Through Image-Based Research. Suzanne Barbara Carrington,
       Human Development
                                                                                 Queensland University of Technology
       Swissôtel, Engelberg, Third Floor
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                   19.036. Schooling Against Oppression and for Social Justice in
Chair: Patricia A Jennings, Garrison Institute                                     Local Contexts. Division G-Social Context of Education
Participants:                                                                      Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section C, East Tower - Gold Level
   Career Development in the Workplace. Daniel Troy Suitor,                        2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       University of Kansas; Karen D. Multon, Charles Decedue, JoAnn        Participants:
       Smith, Marvin Hunt, Jean Redeker, Karen Krumme, University              Locating Bias in Elementary Classrooms: An Analysis of Classroom
       of Kansas                                                                   Interaction in Language Arts. R. L’Heureux Lewis, University of
   Peer and Instructor Relations, Attachment, Curiosity, and Learning              Michigan
       Among Adults. Thomas G. Reio, University of Louisville; Joanne          What’s the Difference Between an “A” and an “A”? High School
       Sanders-Reio, University of Maryland                                        Students’ Conceptions of “Good Work.” Matthew Laurence
   Quality of Work Life and Perceived Mission Effectiveness Among                  Goldwasser, Consortium for Policy Research in Education; Amy
                                                                    ;              Bach, University of Pennsylvania
                                                                               Art Education in Women’s Prisons: Lessons From the Inside.
   Validity of the Faith Maturity Scale: Accumulating Evidence. David              Candace H. Lacey, Nova Southeastern University
                                         ; Jody L. Newman, University          “They Were Just Trying to Get Rid of Me”: School and the Co-
                    ;                                                              Construction of Dropout. Tara Marie Brown, University
Discussant:                                                                        of Maryland - College Park; Louie F. Rodriguez, Florida
                                                                                   International University
19.033. Understanding George Herbert Mead’s Contribution to the
                                                                               Detracking in Middle School Science: An Analysis at the
       Development of Pragmatism in Education. Division F-History
                                                                                   Institutional, Classroom, and Individual Levels. Mary Antony
       and Historiography
                                                                                   Bair, Grand Valley State University
       Swissôtel, Vevey, Third Floor
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                   19.037. Shoptalk in the Classroom. Division G-Social Context of
Chair: Gert J. Biesta, University of Exeter                                        Education
Participants: Gert J. Biesta, University of Exeter; Daniel Troehler,               Hyatt, Grand Suite 3, East Tower - Gold Level
   University of Zurich;                        , University of Wisconsin          2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
   - Madison; David F. Labaree, Stanford University; Eric Bredo,            Chair: Yolanda Majors, University of Illinois - Chicago
   University of Virginia                                                   Participants:
                                                                               “Don’t Send Her to Her Daddy”: Teaching and Learning in
19.034. Re(Examining) Relationships Among Latina/o and
                                                                                   Community Context. Yolanda Majors, University of Illinois -
       Indigenous Young Adults Within Educational Contexts.
                                                                                   Chicago
       Division G-Social Context of Education
                                                                               “No Matter What Color They Are, They Should Still Be Our Kids”:
       Hyatt, Horner, West Tower - Silver Level
                                                                                   Cultural Formats Traversing School and Community. Jung E.
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                   Kim, University of Illinois - Chicago
Chair: David A. Quijada, University of Utah
                                                                               Community-Based Cultural Socialization Among Urban
Participants:
                                                                                   Adolescents: Repertoires of Practice for Interpreting Word and
                                                                                   World. Sana Ansari, University of Illinois - Chicago
      Schooling Experiences and Possible Academic Success. Leticia
      Alvarez, University of Wyoming                                        19.038. The Early Education of Immigrant Children in the United
   Pueblo Youth Re(examine) How Educational Policies Impact                        States: Adaptations and Implications. Division G-Social
      Identity Development. Patricia Del Carmen Quijada, University                Context of Education
      of Texas - San Antonio                                                       Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section G, East Tower - Gold Level
   Latino Adolescents’ High School Social Integration and Subsequent               2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
      Involvement in Higher Education. Rebecca M. Callahan,                 Chair: Angela E. Arzubiaga, Arizona State University
      University of Georgia                                                 Participants: Angela E. Arzubiaga, Arizona State University; Delia
   Taking My Community With Me: Successes and Challenges of                    Tamara Fuster, Arizona State University; Cristy Salazar, Arizona
      Tribal College Science Majors in Mainstream Universities.                State University; Jennifer Adair, Arizona State University;
      Tiffany S. Lee, University of New Mexico                                 J. Tobin, Arizona State University; Ariana Mangual, University
Discussant: David A. Quijada, University of Utah                               of California - Berkeley; Laurie Mireles, University of California
                                                                               - Berkeley
19.035. Researchers in Education Working - Visually, Digitally,
                                                                            Discussant: Bruce Fuller, University of California - Berkeley
       Spatially. Division G-Social Context of Education
       Hyatt, San Francisco, West Tower - Gold Level                        19.039. A K-20 Perspective on the “Nation’s Highest Honor” for
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                         Mathematics and Science Teaching Excellence. Division H-
Participants:                                                                     School Evaluation and Program Development
   Researching Education Visually, Digitally, Spatially. Julianne Moss,           Marriott, Houston, Fifth Floor
       University of Melbourne                                                    2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                         Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                          93


Chair: Glenn F. Nyre, Westat, Inc.                                          Participants:
Participants:                   , Westat, Inc.; Katylee Hoover, Westat,        Artifact Creation: The Role of Moebius Strip Expertise in the
   Inc.; Myles Boylan, National Science Foundation; Celeste Pea,                   Creative Industry. D. Guile, Institute of Education, University of
   National Science Foundation                                                     London
Discussant: Conrad G. Katzenmeyer, University of Central Florida               On the Making of Networked Expertise: Developing Webs of
                                                                                                                                     Geoff F.
19.040. Evaluating Literacy Programs in Urban Settings. Division
                                                                                                                ;
       H-School Evaluation and Program Development
                                                                               Enhancing Expertise Through Interagency Working. Anne Edwards,
       Marriott, Denver, Fifth Floor
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                            Participants: Geoff F. Hayward,                 ; Anne Edwards,
Chair:
                                                                                                  ; Ioanna Kinti,               ; D. Guile,
Participants:
                                                                               Institute of Education, University of London
   A Multilevel, Multisite Outcomes-by-Implementation Evaluation of
                                                                            Discussant: King D. Beach, Florida State University
       the Voyager Universal Literacy System. Keith Zvoch, University
       of Nevada - Las Vegas; Larry Letourneau, University of Nevada        19.043. Academic Success: Motivation, Remediation, and
       - Las Vegas;                                                                Validation. Division J-Postsecondary Education
   An Evaluation of the Reading Recovery Intervention Program in an                Marriott, Printers Row, Second Floor
       At-Risk Urban Setting.                                           ;          2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                  ;                         Chair: Tatiana Melguizo, University of Southern California
       Dominion University; James Carl Wohlleb, Little Rock School          Participants:
       District; Karen Dejarnette, Little Rock School District; Ed R.          A Tale of Two Systems: Race, Inequality, and Remediation. Tara
       Williams, Little Rock School District; Steven M. Ross, University           L Parker, University of Massachusetts - Boston; Leticia T.
                   ; Linda Dorn, University of Arkansas - Little Rock              Bustillos, University of Southern California
   Can Brain Research and Computers Improve Literacy? A                        Multivariate Analysis: Age, Self-Regulated Learning, and Academic
       Randomized Field Trial of Fast ForWord Language. Geoffrey D.                Performance Among Community College Developmental
       Borman, University of Wisconsin - Madison; James G Benson,                  Education Students. Douglas Bailer, Northeast Alabama
       University of Wisconsin - Madison                                           Community College; Leslie Henrickson, Touro University
   Reading First: Year 2 Formative Evaluation and Research Study                   International
       Results.                                          ; John A.             Opening Pandora’s Box: A Multicase Study of the Motivations
                                           ; Ying Huang, University of             of Developmental Reading Students in Community College.
                 ;                                        ; Guler Boyraz,          Diane Dieckmeyer, University of Southern California; Myron H.
                                                                                   Dembo, University of Southern California
   The Starfall Reading Program: An Evaluation of a Web-Based                  Validation Experiences and Persistence Among Community College
     Beginning Reading Program. Mya L Martin-Glenn, Mid-                           Students. Elisabeth Barnett, Teachers College, Columbia
     continent Research for Education and Learning; Helen S.                       University
                                                                            Discussant: Barbara K. Townsend, University of Missouri - Columbia
Discussant: Karen Banks,
                                                                            19.044. Book Symposium: Privilege and Diversity in the Academy,
19.041. Reading First: Findings From Three National Studies.                       Frances A. Maher and Mary Kay Tetrault. Division J-
       Division H-School Evaluation and Program Development                        Postsecondary Education
       Marriott, Great America, Sixth Floor                                        Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section H - Fifth Floor
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                          2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
Participants:                                                               Chair: Susan F. Semel, City College of New York
   The U.S. Department of Education’s Perspective. Beth Franklin,           Participants:
                                                                               The Rationalization of the University: Stanford University, the
      Services                                                                     World University System, and the Challenges of Diversity.
   Findings From the Analysis of State K-3 Reading Standards and
      Assessments.                                                             Equity and Excellence in Higher Education: Rutgers University-
      Policy and Program Studies Services                                         Newark and the Challenges of Diversity. Alan R. Sadovnik,
   The Reading First Implementation Evaluation: First-Year Survey                 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
      Results and Student Reading Achievement. Beth A. Boulay, Abt             Race, Gender, and Diversity in Higher Education: The University of
      Associates Inc.; Marc Moss, Abt Associates Inc.                             Michigan and the Challenges of Diversity.
   Findings From the Study of Reading First and Special Education                 University of Michigan
      Participation Rates. Eleanor L. Johnson, Social Science Research      Discussants: Frances A. Maher, Wheaton College;
                                                                               Tetrault, University of Portland
19.042. Professional Learning for Negotiating Expertise Across
       Professional Boundaries. Division I-Education in the                          and Implications of a Decade of Experience. Division J-
       Professions                                                                   Postsecondary Education
       Marriott, Huron, Tenth Floor                                                  Marriott, Avenue Ballroom, Fourth Floor
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                            2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
Chair:                                                                      Chair:
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Participants:                                                                  Dispositions Reconsidered: Teacher Candidates’ Beliefs About Their
   UC Admissions, Proposition 209, and the California Master Plan.                Own Learning as Predictors of Beliefs About Teaching. Allison
       Saul Geiser, University of California - Berkeley                           J. Kelaher Young, Andrea L. Beach, Elizabeth S Bradshaw,
                                                                                  Michele McGrady, Western Michigan University
      Action. Eric Grodsky, University of California - Davis                Discussant:
   Winners and Losers: Changes in Texas University Admissions Post-
                                                                            19.049. On the Distribution and Equity Effects of Pedagogical
      Hopwood. Mark Long, University of Washington
                                                                                   Quality: Implications for Teacher Education. Division K-
   College Destinations for Freshmen Admitted to the University of
                                                                                   Teaching and Teacher Education
      California: Fall 2005. Susan Wilbur, University of California
                                                                                   Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section I, East Tower - Gold Level
Discussant:
                                                                                   2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
19.046. “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Attrition and Job                   Chair: M. Bruce King, University of Wisconsin - Madison
       Satisfaction and Teachers. Division K-Teaching and Teacher           Participants:
       Education                                                               On the Social Distribution of Pedagogical Quality.
       Hyatt, McCormick, West Tower - Silver Level                                 University of Newcastle; Wendy Anne Amosa, University of
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                          Newcastle
Participants:                                                                  An Examination of the Relationship Between the Quality of
   Before Burnout: Principled Leavers of High-Poverty Schools. Doris               Pedagogy and Student Achievement. James G. Ladwig,
       A. Santoro Gomez, Bowdoin College; Lisa Morehouse, San                      University of Newcastle; Max Smith, New South Wales,

     Elementary Teachers’ Perceptions on Job Satisfaction and Retention.       Equity Effects of a Multidimensional Model of Pedagogy. Wendy
        Beverly A. Perrachione, Truman State University; George J.                Anne Amosa, University of Newcastle; James G. Ladwig,
        Petersen, California State Polytechnic University; Vicki J.               University of Newcastle
        Rosser, University of Missouri - Columbia                              Variations in Pedagogical Quality and Their Social Effects:
     High-Stakes Testing and Teacher Motivation: A Discriminant                   Implications for Teacher Education. Jennifer M. Gore, University
        Analysis. Carolyn Pearson, University of Arkansas - Little Rock;          of Newcastle;
        Sherri Zimmerman, University of West Florida                        Discussant: Mark A. Berends, Vanderbilt University
     Teacher Resiliency in High-Attrition Urban Schools. Andrew M.
                                                                            19.050. Preparing Leaders and Teachers for Diversity in Schools.
        Sokatch, New Teacher Project
                                                                                   Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
19.047. Deliberating About Social Justice: Why Must It Be an                       Hyatt, Hong Kong, West Tower - Gold Level
       Explicit Goal of Teaching and Teacher Education? Division                   2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       K-Teaching and Teacher Education                                     Chair: Annette M. Henry, University of Washington
       Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section E, East Tower - Gold Level             Participants: Ana Maria Villegas, Montclair State University; Jennifer
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                      Robinson, Montclair State University; Lila Jacobs, California State
Participants:                                                                  University - Sacramento; Pia I. Wong, California State University -
   Deliberating About Social Justice: Why Must It Be an Explicit Goal          Sacramento; Margarita I. Berta-Avila, California State University -
       of Teaching? Teacher Education? Nona M. Lyons, University               Sacramento; Lisa Yvette William-White, California State University
       College - Cork                                                          - Sacramento; Harold M. Murai, California State University
   Quality in Social Justice Teacher Education: A Sample Meta-                 - Sacramento
       Analysis. Vicki K. LaBoskey, Mills College
                                                                            19.051. Stitching the Seams: Toward a Broad View of Teachers’
   Education Quality Related to Social Justice: What Does NCATE
                                                                                   Learning, Development, and Expertise. Division K-Teaching
       Got to Do With It? Ann K. Schulte, California State University
                                                                                   and Teacher Education
       - Chico
                                                                                   Hyatt, Ogden, West Tower - Silver Level
   Teaching for Social Justice: Documenting the Process. Helen
                                                                                   2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       Freidus, Bank Street College of Education
                                                                            Chair:
Discussant: D. Jean Clandinin, University of Alberta
                                                                            Participants:
19.048. Dispositions Reexamined Among Preservice Teachers.
       Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education                                  Theory Through Practice. J. John Loughran, Monash University
       Hyatt, Stetson Conference Center, Suite E, West Tower - Purple          After Graduation - What? Renee T. Clift, Raul A. Mora, Patricia E.
       Level
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                      Teacher Learning and Professional Development: A Situated
Chair: Jennifer J. Mueller, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee                   Perspective. Hilda Borko, University of Colorado - Boulder
Participants:                                                                  Diagnosing the Teacher Quality Problem: The Role of Occupational
   Dispositions, Diversity, and Dichotomies: Confronting                          and Organizational Context. Richard Ingersoll, University of
       Ethnocentrism and Imposed Morality in Preparing Diverse                    Pennsylvania
       Teacher Candidates. Honorine D. Nocon, University of Colorado        Discussant: Kenneth Zeichner, University of Wisconsin - Madison
       - Denver; Deanna J. Sands, University of Colorado - Denver
                                                                            19.052. Strategies and Implications to Inform and Improve
   Developing Moral Sensibility in Preservice Teachers. Sharon M.
                                                                                  Preservice Teacher Preparedness. Division K-Teaching and
       Chubbuck, Marquette University; Terry J. Burant, Marquette
                                                                                  Teacher Education
       University;
                                                                                  Hyatt, Wright, West Tower - Silver Level
   Lesson Study in an Initial Teacher Education Program: Challenges
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                     Caroline Chassels, University of Toronto
                                                                            Chair: Neelam Kher, Michigan State University
                                                       Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                      95


Participants:                                                                   by Teachers. Robert J. Bracewell, Carmen Sicilia, Jonghwi Park,
   A Conceptual Analysis of the Teacher Work Sample: Implications               I-Pei Tung, McGill University
       for Teaching, Revising the Prompt, and Making Program                 Case Study 2: Evaluation of a Student-Owned Laptop Program in a
       Improvements. John E. Henning, University of Northern Iowa;              Secondary School. Therese Laferriere, Laval University
       Frank Kohler, University of Northern Iowa                             Case Study 3: Iterative Cycles of Transformation in a Student-
                                                                                Owned Teacher Education Program. Paul E. Resta, University of
      Responsibility to Certify Critically Conscious Teachers. Debra B.         Texas - Austin
                                                                          Discussant: Barry J. Fishman, University of Michigan
   Investigating Preservice Teachers’ Dispositions About Elementary
                                                                          19.056. The Professional Life Cycle of a Teacher: International
      Students’ Diversity to Inform Teacher Preparation Programs.
                                                                                Perspectives From Longitudinal Studies. Division K-Teaching
      Kimberly A. Rombach, State University of New York - Cortland
                                                                                and Teacher Education
   Teacher Education Program Admission Criteria, Student Teaching,
      and Preservice Teacher Preparedness.
                                                                                 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
      University of Toronto;
                                                                          Chair: Peter A. Youngs, Michigan State University
      Toronto
                                                                          Participants:
   Using an Evidence-Based Assessment System to Demonstrate
                                                                             Choosing Initial Teacher Preparation (ITP) in England: Why Student
      Candidate Quality in a Preservice Teacher Education Program.
                                                                                 Teachers Undertake ITP and Why They Choose Particular
                                             ;
                                                                                 ITP Pathways. Ange Malderez, University of Leeds; Andrew
      Lutheran University
                                                                                 Hobson, University of Nottingham; Louise Tracey, University of
Discussant: Jody Z. Priselac, University of California - Los Angeles
                                                                                 Nottingham; R. Pell, University of Leeds
19.053. Teaching for New Times: Challenges and Tensions in                   Choosing to Become a Secondary Teacher in New Zealand:
       Teacher Education and Teacher Research. Division K-                       Findings From a National Study. Ruth Kane, University of
       Teaching and Teacher Education                                                    ;
       Hyatt, Toronto, West Tower - Gold Level                               Student Teachers’ Experiences of Undertaking and Withdrawing
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                        From Initial Teacher Preparation in England. Andrew Hobson,
Participants: Alan D. Amtzis, College of New Jersey; Patricia C. Paugh,          University of Nottingham; Ange Malderez, University of Leeds;
   University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Alexandra M. Miletta, City             Gary Chambers, University of Leeds; Louise Tracey, University
   College of New York; K. Nicola Williams, George Mason University;             of Nottingham
   Elizabeth Anne Robinson, University of Massachusetts - Amherst            Induction Into the Profession: Findings From New Zealand
Discussants: Robert A. Fecho, University of Georgia; Sandra                      Beginning Teachers. Glenda Anthony, Massey University; Mavis
   Hollingsworth, San José State University                                      Haigh, University of Auckland; Beverley Bell, University of
                                                                                 Waikato;
19.054. The Practices of Critical Literacy in Urban Classrooms:
                                                                             “AKO”: Being a Teacher, Being a Learner, Being Part of a
       From Case Studies to Grounded Theory. Division K-Teaching
                                                                                 Learning Profession. Marie Cameron, New Zealand Council for
       and Teacher Education
                                                                                 Educational Research; Robyn Baker, New Zealand Council for
       Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section K, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                 Educational Research; Susan Lovett, Christchurch College of
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                 Education
Chair: Ernest D. Morrell, University of California - Los Angeles
                                                                          Discussant: Susan M. Johnson, Harvard University
Participants:
                                                                          19.057. The World of Educational Quality: Emerging Issues in
      “The Cay” Through Critical Literacy and Global Concepts.                   Social Justice, Culture, and Gender. Division K-Teaching and
      Jodene M. Kersten, California State Polytechnic University                 Teacher Education
   Rewriting the Pages of Our Lives: Urban Youth Reclaiming Their                Hyatt, Crystal Ballroom, Section C, West Tower - Green Level
      Voices Through the Spoken Word. Shiv Desi, University of                   2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
      California - Los Angeles                                            Chair: Ceola Ross Baber, University of North Carolina - Greensboro
   That Which the Soul Lives By: Critical Literacy and Critical           Participants:
      Pedagogy in an Urban Secondary English Classroom. Stacie               Getting to Know You: Cross-Cultural Pen Pals to Expand Children’s
      Tate, University of Massachusetts - Amherst                                World View. Hibajene Monga Shandomo, State University of
   Honoring Home Literacies: An Examination of English Educators’                New York - Buffalo
      Practices. Paula Carbone, University of California - Los               How Do You Live It? Novice Teachers’ Constructions of Social
      Angeles; Rema Ella Reynolds, University of California - Los                Justice Teaching. Tyrone C. Howard, Cynthia Pineda, Kendra
      Angeles                                                                    L. Weber, University of California - Los Angeles; Sara Dolezal
Discussant: K. Wayne Yang, University of California - San Diego                  Kersey, Michigan State University
                                                                             New Visions for Early Childhood Teacher Education: Attending to
19.055. The Problem of Wide-Scale Implementation of Effective
                                                                                 Family, Culture, and Community.                      Elizabeth
       Use of Information and Communication Technologies for
                                                                                 P. Quintero, Francesco G Pignatosi, David Cohen, Helen
       Instruction: Activity Theory Perspectives. Division K-
                                                                                 Friedlander, Pat Romandetto, New York University
       Teaching and Teacher Education
                                                                             Rethinking Teacher Education: The Role of Gender in a
       Hyatt, Crystal Ballroom, Section A, West Tower - Green Level
                                                                                 Multicultural Context. Tonda Liggett, Washington State
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                 University - Vancouver
Chair: Barry J. Fishman, University of Michigan
                                                                          Discussant:
Participants:
   Case Study 1: Tracking Adoption and Nonadoption of ICT Activities
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19.058. Assessing the Quality of Educational Research. Division            Discussants: Larry V. Hedges, Northwestern University; Colm
       L-Educational Policy and Politics
       Sheraton, Colorado, Level 2
                                                                           19.061. Increasing the Rigor and Relevance of District Evaluations
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                  Through Federal Policy: Do Randomized Experiments Fill
Chair:
                                                                                  the Bill? Division L-Educational Policy and Politics
Participants:
                                                                                  Sheraton, Chicago Ballroom, Section VIII, Level 4
   Research Quality in Education and the Republic of Science. Michael
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                           Chair:
     A Comparison of National Systems of Research Quality: The United
                                                                           Participants:
        Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. Tina Besley, California
                                                                              The District Motivation and Design Constraints of Experimental
        State University - San Bernardino
                                                                                  Evaluations.
     Internationalization and the Assessment of Research Quality in
                                                                              Challenges in Implementing Randomized Experiments to Support
        Education. Fazal A. Rizvi, University of Illinois
                                                                                  School District Decision Making. Jane David, Bay Area
     Problems for Indigenous Research and Education Policy in Times
                                                                                                   ;
        of Globalization. James D. Marshall, University of Auckland and
                                                                              Conceptions of Evidence-Based Practice in School Districts: Where
                                                                                  Do Experimental Methods Fit In? Cynthia E. Coburn, University
Participants: Michael A. Peters, University of Illinois - Urbana-
                                                                                  of California - Berkeley; Joan E. Talbert, Stanford University
               ; Tina Besley, California State University - San
                                                                              Conducting Random Assignment Studies in Education: Lessons for
   Bernardino; Fazal A. Rizvi, University of Illinois; James D.
                                                                                  Knowledge Building.
   Marshall, University of Auckland and University of North Carolina
                                                                           Discussants:                                            ; Michael W.
Discussant:
                                                                           19.062. Informing School Reform: The Role of Research in Shaping
19.059. Can No Child Left Behind Improve Access to Highly
                                                                                  Chicago Small High School Reform. Division L-Educational
                             Division L-Educational Policy and Politics
                                                                                  Policy and Politics
       Sheraton, Erie, Level 2
                                                                                  Sheraton, Huron, Level 2
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
Chair: Beatrice F. Birman, American Institutes for Research
                                                                           Chair:
Participants:
                                                                           Participant:
   Do NCLB’s Teacher Quality Provisions Ensure High Quality and
                                                                              Implementation and Outcomes: A Study of Small High Schools in
       Equity? Beatrice F. Birman, Mengli Song, Kwang Suk Yoon,
                                                                                  Chicago.                                         Maria Luisa
       Kerstin A. Carlson Le Floch, American Institutes for Research
                                                                                  de la Torre, Consortium on Chicago School Research
   State Actions to Reduce Teacher Quality Gaps. Cynthia Prince,
                                                                           Participants: Meredith I. Honig, University of Washington; Pat Ford,
                                                                              Chicago High School Redesign Initiative
   Statewide Assessment and Accountability Policies of the 1990s and
                                                                           Discussant: John Q. Easton, Consortium on Chicago School Research
      Instructional Quality in Low-Income Schools.
      University of California - Los Angeles; Jennifer Flashman,           19.063. Bilingual Education From the Top Down to the Bottom Up:
      University of California - Los Angeles                                      Policy, Leadership, and Practices in New York City. SIG-
   Has NCLB Improved Teacher and Teaching Quality for                             Bilingual Education Research
      Disadvantaged Students? Laura M. Desimone, Peabody College,                 Swissôtel, Grand Ballroom, Section I - Ballroom Level
      Vanderbilt University; Thomas M. Smith, Vanderbilt University;              2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
      David Frisvold, University of Michigan                               Participants: Victoria Hunt, Teachers College, Columbia University;
Discussants: Joan Baratz-Snowden, American Federation of Teachers;            Tatyana Kleyn, City College of New York; Kate Menken, City
   Mary M. Kennedy, Michigan State University                                 University of New York
19.060. Education Research That Makes a Difference: Who                    19.064. Educational Neuroscience: Philosophy and Theory. SIG-
       Produces It and What Can We Learn From Their Successes?                    Brain, Neurosciences, and Education
       Division L-Educational Policy and Politics                                 Sheraton, Michigan, Level 2
       Marriott, McHenry, Third Floor                                             2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                  Chair: Read M. Diket, William Carey University
Chair: Janice H. Earle, National Science Foundation                        Participants:
Participants:                                                                 A Proposed Theory of the Neurological Limitations of Cognitive
   Knowledge Production in the Public Interest: The Role of                       Transfer. Michael Atherton, University of Minnesota
       Collectives in the Conduct and Accumulation of Educational             An Embodied View of Mind-Body Correlates.
       Research. Barbara L. Schneider, Michigan State University;                 Simon Fraser University; Kerry Handscomb, Simon Fraser
       Sarah-Kay McDonald, University of Chicago; Sarah Stewart                   University
       Makela, University of Chicago; David C. Schalliol, University of       The Somatic Appraisal Model of Affect: A Framework for
       Chicago                                                                    Neuropedagogy. Kathryn Elizabeth Patten, Simon Fraser
   Assessing the Impacts of Knowledge-Producing Organizations.                    University
                                                                           19.065. Computer-Mediated Communication and Communities.
                                                                                 SIG-Computer and Internet Applications in Education
        and Evidence-Based Education: The Need and Prospects for
                                                                                 Sheraton, Executive Center, Parlor F, Level 3
        Translational Research. Sarah-Kay McDonald, University of
                                                                                 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
        Chicago
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Chair: Theo Bastiaens, Fernuniversität in Hagen                                  Racial/Ethnic Groups.
Participants:                                                                    Maryland - College Park
   Moderating Skills in Synchronous, Computer-Mediated Discussions.           Lessons From the Front Line: Teaching About Race in
       Shufang Shi, State University of New York - Cortland; Punya               Postsecondary Classrooms. Beverly-Jean M. Daniel, York
       Mishra, Michigan State University; Curtis J. Bonk, Indiana                University
       University;
   Perceptions and Practice: Preparing Our Future Teachers for Diverse           Resistance: A Study of Chicana College Students. Valerie
       Schools Through Online Learning Communities. Lynne R.                     Talavera-Bustillos, California State University - Los Angeles
       Schrum, George Mason University; Mary D. Burbank, University        Discussant: Eboni M. Zamani, Eastern Michigan University
       of Utah;
                                                                           19.068. The Transformation of Traditional Educational Practices:
   Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Instant Messaging in Two
                                                                                  Historical and Migration Perspectives. SIG-Cultural-Historical
       Educational Contexts. Aaron Doering, University of Minnesota;
                                                                                  Research
       Cynthia J. Lewis, University of Iowa; George Veletsianos,
                                                                                  Swissôtel, Grand Ballroom, Section III - Ballroom Level
       University of Minnesota; Kristen Michelle Nichols, University of
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       Minnesota
                                                                           Chair: Barbara Rogoff, University of California - Santa Cruz
Discussant: Steven R. Terrell, Nova Southeastern University
                                                                           Participants:
19.066. Cooperative Learning in University Settings. SIG-                     A Cultural/Historical Examination of Schooling in Organizing
       Cooperative Learning: Theory, Research and Practice                        Mayan Childhood. Maricela Correa-Chavez, University
       Swissôtel, Grand Ballroom, Section II - Ballroom Level                     of California - Los Angeles; Barbara Rogoff, University of
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                         California - Santa Cruz
Chair: David W. Johnson, University of Minnesota                              Cultural Continuities and Transformations in Western and
Participants:                                                                     Indigenous Mexican Practices.
   Achieving 21st-Century Student Outcomes From Innovation                        of California - Santa Cruz; Rebecca Mejía Arauz, Instituto
       Implementation. Maria Lourdes De Hoyos, University of Texas;                                                                     ; Barbara
                                                               ; Paul             Rogoff, University of California - Santa Cruz
       E. Resta, University of Texas - Austin; Carlos Enrique Gonzalez        Mexicano Immigrants Building Engagement With U.S. Schools.
       Negrete, University of Texas - Austin; Lazaro Barajas, Instituto           Richard P. Duran, University of California - Santa Barbara;
                                                           ; Gene E.              Graciela Fernandez, University of California - Santa Barbara;
       Hall, University of Nevada - Las Vegas                                     Megan Lange, Latin American and Iberian Studies Program
   Hope as a Predictor of Performance of Graduate-Level Cooperative           Reconstructing Educational Practice After Migration. Mariette
       Groups in Research Methodology Courses. Kathleen M. Collins,               Haan, de, University of Utrecht; Inge Wissink, University of
       University of Arkansas;                                                    Utrecht
       South Florida; Qun G. Jiao, Baruch College                             Managing Others’ Learning: Teacher Strategies Versus Informal
   The Effects of Cooperation Scripts and Technology on Cooperative               Assistance. Ruth Paradise, Centro de Investigacíon y de Estudios
       Learning. Guan-Yu Lin, University of Missouri - Columbia;                  Avanzados;
       James M. Laffey, University of Missouri; Kristin A. Buss,                                                     ; Katie G. Silva, Amy Luree
       University of Missouri - Columbia; Xinxin Huang, University of             Dexter, Barbara Rogoff, University of California - Santa Cruz
       Missouri - Columbia
                                                                           19.069. Intersections: Dis/ability, Gender, Race, and Class. SIG-
   Effectiveness of Cooperative Learning on Hispanic Developmental
                                                                                  Disability Studies in Education
       Reading: Students’ Reading Achievement and Attitude. Angelica
                                                                                  Fairmont, Moulin Rouge, Lobby Level
       Fuentes, Paula Parson, Bobbette M. Morgan, University of Texas
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       - Brownsville
                                                                           Participants:
                                                                              “These People Are Messing With My Baby”: Schools and the
      Gender Socialization Issues During Structured Controversy.
                                                                                  Intersection of Race and Autism. Susan A. Hetherington,
      Judith M. Puncochar, Northern Michigan University; Susan
                                                                                  University of Rochester
      Roehrich, University of Minnesota; Anna Kerr, Northern
                                                                              “The Special Ed. Girl”: (En)gendering Disability Experiences of
      Michigan University
                                                                                  Urban Working Class Women of Color. David J. Connor, Hunter
Discussant: Laurie Stevahn, Seattle University
                                                                                  College; Beth A. Ferri, Syracuse University
19.067. Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender in                    Discourses of Essentialism: Implications for Disabled African-
       Postsecondary Education. SIG-Critical Examination of Race,                 Americans and Their Schooling. Dymaneke D. Mitchell,
       Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in Education                                  University of Alabama
       Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section G - Fifth Floor                 Discussant: Susan E. Baglieri, Teachers College, Columbia University
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                           19.070. Authentic Early Literacy Assessment: Providing a More
Chair: Chris Clark, University of Maryland - College Park
                                                                                  Accurate Picture of Young Children’s Knowledge and Their
Participants:
                                                                                  Classroom Environment. SIG-Early Education and Child
   A Racial Cultural Perspective: African-American Women
                                                                                  Development
       Participating in an Online Course Setting. Jianxia Du,
                                                                                  Hyatt, Regency Ballroom, Section C, West Tower - Gold Level
                                   ; James D. Anderson, University of
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                     ;
                                                                           Chair:
       University
                                                                              Foundation
   Examining the Applicability of an Integrated Conceptual Model
       to the Study of Postsecondary Educational Aspirations Across
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Participants:                                                                    Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Paul H. Gathercoal,
   Assessment of Early Literacy Skills Through Storybook Reading.                California Lutheran University
                                                                              The Relationship Between Faculty Teaching Stress and Faculty
       Foundation                                                                Characteristics. Te-Sheng Chang, National Hualien University of
   Assessing Preschoolers’ Invented Spelling. Donald J. Richgels,                Education
       Northern Illinois University                                        Discussant: Ruth C. Gannon-Cook, DePaul University
   Extending the Usefulness of the ELLCO: Using Videography,
                                                                           19.074. Innovative Multilevel Models for Program Evaluations
       Digital Imaging, and Computer Technology. Cynthia Gehrie,
                                                                                  With Complex Intervention and Data Structures. SIG-
                                        ; Elizabeth Landerholm,
                                                                                  Hierarchical Linear Modeling
       Northeastern Illinois University
                                                                                  Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section A - Fifth Floor
Participant: Marijata C. Daniel-Echols,
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
   Research Foundation
                                                                           Chair: Brian Gong, Center for Assessment
Discussant: Susan B. Neuman, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
                                                                           Participants:
19.071. Examining the Role of Philanthropy in Connecting                      Applying Multilevel Discrete-Time Hazard Analysis to Extended
       Education Research to Broader Public Policy Debates on                                                                                  Pete
       School Finance Reform. SIG-Education and Philanthropy                      G. Goldschmidt, University of California - Los Angeles; Denise
       Sheraton, Chicago Ballroom, Section X, Level 4                             Huang, University of California - Los Angeles
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                     Teacher Effect Change Model: Latent Variable Regression 5-Level
Chair:                                                                            Hierarchical Model. Kilchan Choi, University of California - Los
Participants: Jorge L. Ruiz-de-Velasco, Stanford University; Rick                 Angeles
   Miller,                                     ; Cyrus Driver, Ford           Implementation Matters: The Effect of “Connected Classroom”
   Foundation                                                                     Technology and Conditions for Successful Implementation. Hye
Discussant: Norm Fruchter, Annenberg Institute for School Reform                  Sook Shin, University of California - Los Angeles; Christy Kim
                                                                                  Boscardin, University of California - Los Angeles
19.072. Leadership and School Reform. SIG-Educational Change
                                                                              Methodological Challenges of Studying the Causal Effect of
       Fairmont, Embassy Room, Second Level
                                                                                  Different Treatment Doses: The Impact Evaluation of an
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                  Afterschool Program. Marjorie H. Chinen, University of
Chair: Lori E. Scroggs, Bradley University
                                                                                  California - Los Angeles
Participants:
                                                                           Discussant: Michael H. Seltzer, University of California - Los Angeles
   External Agent Support to K-12 Schools: Principals’ Perceptions on
       Educational Change.                                          ;      19.075. Latino Voices From the Field. SIG-Hispanic Research Issues
                                                                                  Sheraton, Ontario, Level 2
       Schools                                                                    2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
     Leadership Practices and Results in Underperforming Schools.          Chair: Craig A. Hughes, Central Washington University
       Pamela D. Tucker, University of Virginia; Michael Salmonowicz,      Participants:
       University of Virginia                                                 A Chicana Looking Out, Looking In: The Methodological
     Measuring Comprehensive Reform as Social Change: Issues at the               Implications of Insider Research on Educational Studies in
       Nexus of Qualitative and Quantitative Data Analysis. Darnella              Racially and Ethnically “Other” Communities. Christina Chavez,
                                                                                  California State Polytechnic University
   Planning to Change: Strategic Planning and Comprehensive School            Disproportionate Enrollment of Females at Higher Education
      Reform. Camille Rutherford, Brock University                                Institutions in Puerto Rico. Victor E. Bonilla,
   Discipline Innovation: Application of the Next Practice                        de Mendez, Madelyn E. Cintron, Rosa L. Roman, Solangel
      Methodology to System Reform. David S. Jackson, National                    Ramirez, University of Puerto Rico
                                    ; Valerie Hannon, DfES Innovation         Financial Aid Online: Practices and Perceptions of Low-Income,
      Unit                                                                        Urban, Latino High School Students. Kristan M. Venegas,
Discussant: Circe L. Stumbo, West Wind Education Policy, Inc.                     University of Nevada - Reno; Pedro Villarreal, Pennsylvania
                                                                                  State University
19.073. Examining Teaching in Higher Education at the Level of
                                                                              Fostering a Latino Academic Consciousness: Fourth-Grade
       the Individual Instructor. SIG-Faculty Teaching, Evaluation
                                                                                  Students’ Experiences in a College Preparatory Curriculum.
       and Development
                                                                                                                                  ; Claudia Maria
       Inter-Continental, Burnham, Eighth Floor
                                                                                  Canizales, University of San Francisco
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                           Discussant: Lourdes Diaz Soto, University of Texas - Austin
Chair: Elaine Romberg, University of Maryland Dental School
Participants:                                                              19.076. Alternative Perspectives on the World of Educational
   Disciplinary Differences in Implicit Conceptions of Authenticity               Quality: Speaking Out Across Borders of Tribal Sovereignty,
       in University Teaching Held by Educators and Undergraduate                 Nationalism, and Democracy. SIG-Indigenous Peoples of the
       Students: A Repertory Grid Study. Carolin Kreber, University               Americas
       of Edinburgh;                                                ;             Inter-Continental, Exchange, Eleventh Floor
       Velda McCune, University of Edinburgh; Sian Bayne, University              2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       of Edinburgh; Miesbeth Knottenbelt, University of Edinburgh         Chair: Timothy Begaye, Arizona State University
   The Instructional Design of a First-Year Graduate Teaching              Participants: Carolyn A Bordeaux, University of St. Thomas; Sandy
       Assistant: A Case Study. Jingli Cheng, Indiana University              M. Grande, Connecticut College; Graham H. Smith, University of
   The Judicious Professor: A Learner-Centered Philosophy for                 British Columbia; Eve Tuck, City University of New York
                                                       Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                           99


19.077. Instructional Media: Issues, Investigations, and Impact.          Participants:
       SIG-Instructional Technology                                          Making Writing Visible: Using a Cognitive Model to Analyze
       Inter-Continental, Holabird, Eighth Floor                                 Teacher Candidates’ Written Descriptions to Mathematical Tasks.
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                        David K. Pugalee, University of North Carolina - Charlotte;
Chair: Ronald D. Zellner, Texas A&M University                                   Patricia Douville, University of North Carolina - Charlotte
Participants:                                                                New Literacies for New Middle School Teachers: An Ongoing Case
   The HIV Is Still a Big-Deal Project, Online: The Effective Design             Study. William R. Kist, Kent State University
       and Evaluation of a Dramatic Video Vignette. Francine B.              Literacy Motivation and School/Nonschool Literacies Among
       Shuchat-Shaw, New York University; Mary Ann Chiasson,                     Students Enrolled in a Middle School ESOL Program. Elizabeth
       Medical and Health Research Association of NYC                            G. Sturtevant, George Mason University; Grace Kim, George
   The Effects of Time-Compressed Audio on Learner Performance                   Mason University; Constanza Loriz, George Mason University
       and Satisfaction.                                     Ann E.          Making Middle Grades Work Through Arts Integration. Howard
       Barron, University of South Florida                                       Victor Coleman, University of North Carolina - Wilmington
   Effects of the PowerPoint Presentation Software in College             Discussant: Mary F. Roe, Washington State University
       Teaching. Yukiko Inoue, University of Guam
                                                                          19.082. Conceptual Frameworks for Character Education. SIG-
   Does Editing Digital Video Encourage Deeper Thinking About
                                                                                 Moral Development and Education
       Personal Teaching Episodes? Brendan D. Calandra, Georgia
                                                                                 Marriott, Michigan State, Sixth Floor
       State University; Laurie Dias, Georgia State University; John
                                                                                 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       K. Lee, North Carolina State University; Dana L. Fox, Georgia
                                                                          Chair: Jay W. Brandenberger, University of Notre Dame
       State University
                                                                          Participants:
Discussant:
                                                                             Developmental Science and the Conceptual Framework for
19.078. Anthropologies and Ethnographies of Education                            Character Education.
       Worldwide. SIG-International Studies                                      Dame
       Sheraton, Ohio, Level 2                                               Character Education in Public Schools: The Quest for a Suitable
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                        Ontology. Craig A. Cunningham, National-Louis University
Chair: Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt, University of Michigan - Dearborn         Cultivating Good Character: An Integrative Approach. Darcia F.
Participants: Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt, University of Michigan -               Narvaez, University of Notre Dame
   Dearborn;                 , Free University of Berlin; Maria Rosa      Discussant: Theresa A. Thorkildsen, University of Illinois - Chicago
   Neufeld, University of Buenos Aires; Francesca Gobbo, University
                                                                          19.083. Curricular Concerns in Music Education. SIG-Music
   of Turin
                                                                                 Education
Discussant:
                                                                                 Marriott, Indiana, Sixth Floor
19.079. The John Dewey Society Annual Symposium: The Way Out                     2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       of the Educational Confusion. SIG-John Dewey Society               Chair:
       Fairmont, Gold Room, Second Level                                  Participants:
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                    Charter Schools: Embracing or Excluding the Arts? James R. Austin,
Chair: Larry A. Hickman, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale               University of Colorado; Joshua Alexander Russell, University of
Participants: David C. Berliner, Arizona State University; Susan                 Colorado - Boulder
   H. Fuhrman, Teachers College, Columbia University; Peter S.                                                                              Janet
   Hlebowitsh, University of Iowa; Daniel Tanner, Rutgers, The State             R. Barrett, Northwestern University
   University of New Jersey; William G. Wraga, University of Georgia         The Role of the Music Specialist in an Integrated Curriculum.
                                                                                                                                   ; Nancy H.
19.080. Mentoring Practices Session 1: Retaining Faculty and
                                                                                                                                 ; Michael A.
       Students. SIG-Mentorship and Mentoring Practices
                                                                                                                 ; Bryan L. Duke, University of
       Marriott, Kane, Third Floor
                                                                                                    ; Diane H. Jackson, University of Central
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
Chair: Susan J. Thomas, IBM
                                                                          Discussant: Sandra L. Stauffer, Arizona State University
Participants:
   An Exploration of Beginning Teacher Mentoring in the Context           19.084. Philosophical Approaches to Problems in Professional
       of Teacher Standards. Tom Ganser, University of Wisconsin -               Education for Teachers. SIG-Philosophical Studies in
       Whitewater; Ulla Lindgren, Umeå University                                Education
   Conceptions of Mentoring Among Senior Faculty at a Research-                  Inter-Continental, King Arthur Court, Third Floor
       Intensive University. Susanna Calkins, Northwestern University;           2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       Gregory J. Light, Northwestern University                          Chair: Matthew P Pamental, Northern Illinois University
   Refocusing the Mentoring Dialogue: Best Practices for Retaining        Participants:
       Students of Color. James Coaxum, Rowan University; Catherine          Future Teachers? Teacher Candidates? Prospective Teachers?
       Mack, Cumberland County College                                           Examining the Split Identities of Preservice Teachers. Jacqueline
Discussant: Ruben Garza, Texas State University - San Marcos                     Bach, Louisiana State University
                                                                             Teacher Quality and the Spectacle of Fear: The Mythology of
19.081. Exemplary Curricula and Practice in Middle Grades
                                                                                 Contemporary School Reform. David Andrew Granger, State
      Education. SIG-Middle-Level Education Research
                                                                                 University of New York - Geneseo
      Fairmont, Crystal Room, Third Level
                                                                             The Positive Nature of Uncertainty: A Discussion on the Philosophy
      2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                 of Education as a Quality Discipline. Justin G York, University of
Chair: Francine C. Falk-Ross, Northern Illinois University
100                                                     Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007


   The Quandry of a Professional Ethos for Educators: Professional         19.089. Women’s Colleges Respond to the Challenge of
      Ethics or Disposition Development? Pamela J. Konkol,                        Coeducation. SIG-Research on Women and Education
      University of Illinois - Chicago                                            Sheraton, Arkansas, Level 2
Discussant: Christine L. McCarthy, University of Iowa                             2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                           Chair: Leslie Miller-Bernal, Wells College
19.085. Aced Out: Censorship of Qualitative Research in the Age of
                                                                           Participants:
                                         SIG-Qualitative Research
                                                                              Women’s Colleges Over Time. Leslie Miller-Bernal, Wells College
       Inter-Continental, Renaissance Ballroom, Fifth Floor
                                                                              Texas Women’s University: Coeducation and the Challenges of
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                  Maintaining a Mission Primarily for Women. Claire L. Sahlin,
Participants: Deborah A. Ceglowski, University of North Carolina
                                                                                  Texas Woman’s University
   - Charlotte; Nancy Higgins, Donald Beasley Institute; Jude
   MacArthur, Donald Beasley Institute; Leah Goldstein Moses, The
                                                                                  Prudence A. Moylan, Loyola University - Chicago
                                                                              Simmons College: Preparing Women for “An Independent
Discussant: Frederick D. Erickson, University of California - Los
                                                                                  Livelihood” in the 20th Century. Susan L. Poulson, University of
   Angeles
                                                                                  Scranton
19.086. An Investigation of the Freedom School Way: Community,             Participant: Leslie Miller-Bernal, Wells College
       Culture, and Commitment for Black Children’s Education.             Discussant: Ann Harrington, Loyola University - Chicago
       SIG-Research Focus on Black Education
                                                                           19.090. STL-SIG Symposium: Formal and Informal Assessment in
       Hyatt, Atlanta, West Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                  Science. SIG-Science Teaching and Learning
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                  Marriott, Navy Pier, Tenth Floor
Chair: Charles M. Payne, Duke University
                                                                                  2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
Participants:
                                                                           Chair:
   Harambee as a Generator of Positive Emotional Energy for Teens
                                                                           Participants:
       at an Urban Freedom School. Gale A. Seiler, University of
                                                                              Assessing the Effectiveness of an Inquiry-Based Simulation
       Maryland - Baltimore County
                                                                                  Designed to Promote Students’ Conceptual Understanding of
   A Summer of Service, A Lifetime of Commitment: Learning to
                                                                                  Genetics. France Gagnon, University of British Columbia
       Teach in Freedom Schools.
                                                                              Assessment of Students’ Conceptual Systems of Force and Motion:
       South Carolina
                                                                                  A Characterization of Thagard’s Conceptual Change Model.
   Telling Their Side of the Story: Mississippi Freedom Schools and
                                                                                  Rodelyn Padua Stoeber, College Universitaire de Saint-Boniface;
       the Educational Development of Black Students. Kersha Smith,
                                                                                  Jazlin Ebenezer, Wayne State University
       City University of New York
                                                                              Examining and Validating Preservice Science Teachers’ Electronic
Discussants: Theresa Perry, Wheelock College; Violet J. Harris,
                                                                                  Portfolio Experiences.
                                                                                  Akron; Xin Liang, University of Akron
19.087. Research on Mathematics Teachers and Professional                     Measuring Reform-Oriented Instructional Practice in Science:
       Development. SIG-Research in Mathematics Education                         Reliability and Validity of an Innovative, Portfolio-Based
       Hyatt, Regency Ballroom, Section A, West Tower - Gold Level                Approach.                                                        ;
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                                                            ; Hilda Borko, University of
Chair: Tonya Bartell, University of Delaware                                      Colorado - Boulder
Participants:                                                                 Using Formative Assessment to Improve Achievement in General
   Supporting Teachers in Situating Children’s Mathematical Thinking              Chemistry.                                                 John
       Within Their Lived Experience. Mary Q. Foote, Queens College               Schiller, Mark Schwartz, Judith C. Stull, Donald D. Titus, Lynne
       - City University of New York
   Mathematical Caring Relations in Action. Amy J. Hackenberg,             Discussant: Allan Feldman, University of Massachusetts
       Portland State University
                                                                           19.091. Bilingual and Bicultural Learners: Language Development
   Teachers’ Views and Experiences of Multiple Curriculum Reforms
                                                                                  and Maintenance. SIG-Second Language Research
       in Mathematics. Shirley Mary Yates, Flinders University
                                                                                  Hyatt, Plaza Ballroom, Section B, East Tower - Green Level
19.088. Qualitative Research on Democratic Citizenship Education:                 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
       Constructing an Agenda for Future Research. SIG-Research            Chair: Soyoung Lee, Fordham University
       in Social Studies Education                                         Participants:
       Hyatt, Plaza Ballroom, Section A, East Tower - Green Level             Maintaining One’s Heritage Language: A Multiple Case Study of
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm                                                         Additive Bilinguals. Jin-Sook Lee, University of California -
Chair: Judith Pace, University of San Francisco                                   Santa Barbara
Participants:                                                                 Transitions to Biliteracy: Beyond Spanish and English. Kathy
   Variations in Teaching for Citizenship in 12th-Grade Government                Escamilla,
       Classes. Judith Pace, University of San Francisco                          - Boulder
   Constructing Political Identity: Youth-Led Civics Education at an          Monolingual to Bilingual: English Speakers Who Become
       Urban Continuation High School. Kysa Nygreen, University of                Successful World Language Users. Mary E. Curran, Rutgers,
       California - Santa Cruz                                                    The State University of New Jersey
   Developing a Passion for Politics: Urban Youth Find Their Voices in        Second Language Acquisition in School and Out of School.
       Chicago. Janet S. Bixby, Lewis & Clark College                             Koeller, Humboldt University - Berlin; Ulrich Trautwein, Max
                                                                                                                          ; Jurgen Baumert, Max-
                                                                                  Planck Institut Fuer Bildforschung
                                                                           Discussant: Shih-Chieh Chien, University of Cambridge
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19.092. Accountability Texas Style: Student Outcomes and                        Assessment. Paula A. Magee, Indiana University - Purdue
       Experiences in a High-Stakes Testing Context. SIG-Sociology                                     ; Jennifer M. Conner, Indiana
       of Education
       Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section E - Fifth Floor
                                                                          19.095. Writing as a Social Practice: Pedagogies That Engage
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                 Multigenres and Multiple Viewpoints. SIG-Writing and
Chair:
                                                                                 Literacies
Participants:
                                                                                 Marriott, Halsted, Fourth Floor
   Introduction.
                                                                                 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
   School Games: Does Playing the System Affect Students’ Academic
                                                                          Chair: Mary M. Juzwik, Michigan State University
       Achievement? Jennifer Booher-Jennings, Columbia University;
                                                                          Participants:
       Andrew A. Beveridge, Queens College - City University of New
                                                                             Effects of Collaborative Planning on the Representation of Multiple
       York
                                                                                 Viewpoints in Persuasive Essays. Rebecca Addleman, George
   Tracking the Loss of Low-Income and Urban Minority Students
                                                                                 Fox University
       Under a High-Stakes Accountability Policy. Julian Vasquez-
                                                                             Multigenre Papers as Critical Ontologies: Implications for Writing
       Heilig, University of Texas - Austin
                                                                                 Pedagogy as Transformative Practice. David L. Carlson, Hunter
   The Accountability System’s Back Door: Raising School Ratings by
                                                                                 College
       Losing Low-Income and Minority Youth. Judy A. Radigan, Rice
                                                                             Righting Writing: What the Social Accomplishment of Error
       University
                                                                                 Correction Tells About School Literacy. Christina R. Davidson,
   Additive Pressures: The Multiple Effects of the Texas
                                                                                 Central Queensland University
       Accountability System on High School Students’ Experience in
                                                                             What Do Children Write in Science Lessons? Examining the Genre
       School and Their Persistence to Graduation.
                                                                                 Set of Primary-Grade Science Instruction. Sheryl L. Honig,
       Rice University
                                                                                 University of Illinois - Chicago
   Where Do We Go From Here? Linda Darling-Hammond, Stanford
                                                                          Discussant:
       University
Discussant: Linda Darling-Hammond, Stanford University                    19.096. Charter School Research and Evaluation - SIG Paper
                                                                                Discussion (Session 2). SIG-Charter School Research and
19.093. Implications of Instructional Approaches for
                                                                                Evaluation
       Comprehension by Students With Disabilities. SIG-Special
                                                                                Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
       Education Research
                                                                                2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
       Swissôtel, William Tell Theatre, Second Floor
                                                                          Tables:
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
Participants:
                                                                                Competition? Evidence From Michigan. Yongmei Ni, Michigan
   A Comparative Analysis of Number Sense Instruction in Traditional
                                                                                State University
       and Reform-Based Mathematics Textbooks. Sheetal Sood,
                                                                             2. Understanding the Origin of Charter School “Best Practices.”
       Lehigh University; Asha K. Jitendra, Lehigh University
                                                                                Vanessa Eleni Kass, University of Connecticut; Casey D. Cobb,
   Chess as an Affective, Cognitive, and Academic Enhancer for
                                                                                University of Connecticut
       Students With Physical or Developmental Cognitive Disabilities.
                                                                             3. Charter School Board Composition and School Performance.
       Saahoon Hong, University of Minnesota; William M. Bart,
                                                                                Charisse Atibagos Gulosino, Teachers College, Columbia
       University of Minnesota
                                                                                University; Elif Sisli Ciamarra, New York University
   Teaching Conceptual, Model-Based, Word-Problem-Story Grammar
                                                                             4. Beyond the Charter School House Door: Teacher-Perceived
       to Enhance Mathematics Problem Solving.
                                                                                Autonomy. Marytza A. Gawlik, Wayne State University
       University; Ben Wiles, Purdue University; Yuying Lin, Purdue
       University; Xiaoning Zheng, Purdue University                      19.097. Developments in Multiple Intelligences. SIG-Multiple
                                                                                 Intelligences: Theory and Practice
      Hard-of-Hearing Students Studying Earth Science. Patricia J.               Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                      ; Michele L. Cooke, University             2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
      of Massachusetts; Mary Ellsworth, Modern Secondary School for       Tables:
      the Deaf                                                               5. Instructional Practices of Elementary Teachers in Schools That
   The Impact of Inclusion on the Language and Literacy of AAC                   Use Multiple Intelligences Theory. Nithya Narayanaswamy Iyer,
      Users: A Comparative Study.                                                                                       ; Suzanne Wegener Soled,
      Northern Iowa; Beth E. Foley, Utah State University                        University of Cincinnati
Discussant:                                                                  6. A Study on the Bridge of Music Intelligence to Chinese
                                                                                 Comprehension: Hope and Limitation? Wei-Yu Liu, National
19.094. Urban Teachers: Collaboration in Practice. SIG-Urban
                                                                                 Hualien University of Education
       Learning, Teaching, and Research
                                                                             7. Development of Emotional Intelligence in College Students:
       Marriott, Lincolnshire, Sixth Floor
                                                                                 Cross-Sectional Analysis of Latent Structure and Means. Zeng
       2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                 Xiaofang, James Madison University
Participants:
                                                                             8. DISCOVER in Lebanon: A Pilot Study.
   Are We There Yet? Perspectives From Partners in a Community of
                                                                                 Lebanese American University
       Practice.
                                                                          Discussant: Ken E. Martin, University of Cincinnati
   Urban Teacher Retention: The Impact of University-School
       Partnerships.                                                      19.098. Division G, Section 1: Roundtable Session I. Division G-
       Hill                                                                     Social Context of Education
   Using the Video Case Method in Teacher Education Programmatic                Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
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Tables:                                                                             Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
   9. African Heritage and Latina Student Engagement. Ericka J.                     2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
      Fisher, College of The Holy Cross                                       Tables:
   10. Orgullo y Respeto: Chicago Elementary Students Speak on                   23. Bridging Parent-Family Partnerships Through Preservice,
      Immigration Policies in Classroom Contexts. Jacquelin Arroyo,                 Internship, and Inservice Connections. Margaret M. Ferrara,
      University of Illinois - Chicago; Yesenia Gonzalez, University                University of Nevada - Reno
      of Illinois - Chicago; Della R. Leavitt, University of Illinois -          24. Building Bridges to Avoid Troubled Waters: Teaching Family-
      Chicago                                                                       School Partnership Skills to Doctoral Preservice School
   11. Secondary Teachers’ Treatment of Muslim Identity and                         Psychologists. Marjorie R. Leon, National-Louis University
      Multiculturalism in a Changing World.                                      25. Discrete Distance and Unquestioning Support: Understanding
      University of Michigan - Flint                                                Korean Parents’ Perception of Parent Involvement in the United
   12. Teacher Identities: Negotiating Structures of Whiteness and                  States. Koeun Kim, Hoewook Chung, Soowon Lee, University of
      Professionalism. Caryn C. Terwilliger, Bloomsburg University                  Wisconsin - Madison
                                                                                 26. Immigrant Children’s Learning and Schooling From
         in At-Risk Children. Christine R. Hughes, University of Miami;             Grandparents’ Perspectives.
         Laura Bolzani Dinehart, Florida International University;                  Toronto
         Dionne Dobbins, The Finance Project; Marygrace Yale-Kaiser,             27. Classroom Parental Involvement at the Elementary Level:
         University of Miami                                                        A Qualitative Study of Teachers’ Motivations and Practices.
      14. Why Afterschool Jobs Matter for Black and Brown Youth.                    Rollande Deslandes, Université du Québec - Trois-Rivières;
         Pamela Ellis, Stanford University                                          Lucie Paratte, Université du Québec - Trois-Rivières; Carol
                                                                                    Landry, Université Laval
19.099. Educational Measurement Applications II. SIG-Rasch
      Measurement                                                             19.102. Issues in Hierarchical Linear Modeling. SIG-Hierarchical
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level                  Linear Modeling
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm                                                            Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
Tables:                                                                             2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
                                                                              Tables:
         School Students. Qiong Fu, University of Illinois - Chicago;            28. Comparing Univariate and Multivariate, Multilevel Meta-
         Man-Tak Yuen, University of Hong Kong; Everett V. Smith,                   Analysis Methods. Sema Kalaian, Eastern Michigan University;
         University of Illinois - Chicago                                           Rafa Kasim, Kent State University
                                                                                 29. Construction of School Characteristics Using Multilevel
         of State Massage Therapy Boards. Donna J. Surges Tatum,                                                  Ellen D’Haenens, Jan A. van
         Meaningful Measurement, Inc.; Johnna Gueorguieva, University
         of Illinois - Chicago                                                   30. Distributed Multilevel Modeling. David Afshartous, University
      17. Development of a Diagnostic Reading Assessment Battery                    of Miami; George Michailidis, University of Michigan
         Using Rasch Measurement. Kim H. Koh, Nanyang Technological              31. Imputation Methods for Missing Data in HLM. Anne Catherine
         University; Susan Bee-yen Gwee, National Institute of Education            Black, University of Connecticut
                                                                              19.103. Issues in Large-Scale Assessment. SIG-Large Scale
19.100. Educational Statisticians’ Eclectica: Multilevel Modeling                   Assessment
      Applications and an Evaluation of SIBTEST. SIG-Educational                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      Statisticians                                                                 2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level            Tables:
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm                                                         32. A Preequating Study Using Large-Scale Assessment Data.
Tables:                                                                             Che-Ming A. Lau, Harcourt Assessment, Inc.; Alvaro J. Arce-
   18. Improving the Quality of Use of Educational Achievement Data.                Ferrer, Harcourt Assessment, Inc.; Michael J. Young, Harcourt
      Sean W. Mulvenon, University of Arkansas; Ross Santy, U.S.                    Educational Measurement; Jennifer Escobar, Harcourt
                                                                                    Assessment, Inc.;
      19. An Exploration of the Relationship Between Selected Models             33. Gender and Cultural Unity and Diversity in PISA 2003
         of School Effectiveness and School Demographics. Jessica A.                Mathematics Items. Leslie Rutkowski, University of Illinois;

         Connecticut
      20. A Multilevel Longitudinal Study on the Effects of the Success             Factor Analysis of the TIMSS 2003 Scores. Ha Phan, University
         Challenge Programs on Student Retention. Haiyan Bai,                       of South Florida; Jeffrey D. Kromrey, University of South Florida
         University of Central Florida; Wei Pan, University of Cincinnati        35. The Effects of Participation in a Credit-by-Examination Program
      21. Growth Models in the Age of Educational Reform:                           on Postsecondary Behavior. Sheryl F Rosenthal, Fordham
         Understanding the Policy and Math. Sean W. Mulvenon,                       University; Sandra M. Barbuti, The College Board; Deanna Lynn
         University of Arkansas                                                     Morgan, The College Board
      22. Varying the Regression Correction in SIBTEST to Better
                                                                              19.104. Learning in Educational Psychology Contexts. SIG-
         Remove Impact and Bias. Alan J. Klockars, University of
                                                                                    Teaching Educational Psychology
         Washington; Shin-Ping Tsai, University of Washington
                                                                                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
19.101. Issues and Insights Into Family, School, Community                          2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
      Partnerships I. SIG-Family, School, Community Partnerships              Chair: Virginia Navarro, University of Missouri - St. Louis
                                                       Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                     103


Tables:                                                                          and Obstacles. Joanna R. Smith, University of Southern
   36. Enhanced Self-Regulation and Teacher Quality: One Teacher’s               California;
                                                              Connie             Center
      M. Moss, Duquesne University; Sarah E. Peterson, Duquesne              7. Finding the Fit: Preferences of North Carolina’s Charter and
      University; Natalie Wetzel, Western Jefferson Hills School                 Traditional Public School Leaders When Making Teacher Hiring
      District                                                                   Decisions. Erin Grogan, Michigan State University
   37. Mentoring Cadets in an Educational Psychology Course With             8. “Why Isn’t My Teaching Good Enough?” The Journey of Charter
                                                                                                                         Laura Reynolds-Keefer,
      Study. Andy D. Katayama, Mark Jordan, Camilo Guerrero,                     University of Michigan
      Kailin Tuscano, U.S. Air Force Academy
                                                                          19.108. Crossing Borders (1): From Environmental Education
   38. Teaching Educational Psychology to Students in the New
                                                                                Teaching to Evaluation. SIG-Ecological and Environmental
      Millenium. Darlene DeMarie, University of South Florida
                                                                                Education
19.105. The Effects of School Culture and Student Achievement.                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      Division A-Administration, Organization, and Leadership                   Level
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level              2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm                                                  Tables:
Tables:                                                                      9. From the University to the Kindergarten: Environmental
   39. Cultural Capital for Diverse High School Students’ Transition            Pedagogy in the U.S.-Mexico Border Area. Rodolfo Rincones,
      to College: Implications for School Principals. Brad W Kose,              University of Texas - El Paso; Sandra Bustillos-Duran,
                                                 ; Steven R. Aragon,            Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juarez
                                                                             10. Teaching Sustainability: Connecting the Environment, the
   40. Education for Polity: An Argument Against Democracy. Robert              Economy, and Society.
      W. Howard, University of Washington - Tacoma                              Gailmarie Kimmel, Brett Bruyere, Peter Newman, Colorado
   41. School Choice in South Korea: The Effect of High School                  State University; Hillary Mizia, Consultant
      Equalization Policy (HSEP). YouGeon Lee, University of                 11. Crossing Academic Boundaries: What Does It Mean to Practice
      Wisconsin - Madison; Kyung keun Kim, Korea University; Soo-               Transdisciplinary Teaching in Postgraduate Environmental
      Yong Byun, University of Minnesota                                        Education? Sherie L. Mc Clam, Center for Equity & Innovation
                                                                                in Early Childhood; Emma Maria Flores, University of
19.106. Career and Technical Education - SIG Roundtable Session.
                                                                                Washington
      SIG-Career and Technical Education
                                                                             12. Using Evaluation Data to Redesign an Ecology Center. Robert
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                Coulter, Missouri Botanical Garden; Rachel Becker-Klein, PEER
      Level
                                                                                Associates;
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
                                                                             13. “MEERA” - A Web-Based Clearinghouse for Advancing
Chairs: Edgar I. Farmer, Pennsylvania State University; Richard M
                                                                                Environmental Education Evaluation. Michaela T. Zint, School of
   Joerger, University of Minnesota
                                                                                Natural Resources and Environment
Tables:
                                                                          Discussants: J. William Hug, Montana State University; Annelise
   1. Rigorous Curriculum: The Neoconservative Challenge to Career
                                                                             Carleton-Hug, Montana State University; Jutta Nikel, University
      and Technical Education. Richard D. Lakes, Georgia State
                                                                             of Bath; Julia T. Broussard, Harvard University; Michael J. Brody,
      University
                                                                             Montana State University
   2. Evaluation of Leadership Development and Program
      Improvement: A 15-Year Study. James Patrick Greenan, Purdue         19.109. Democratic Citizenship in Education - Paper Discussion I.
      University                                                                SIG-Democratic Citizenship in Education
   3. Preparing for the Future: Understanding the Changes of E-                 Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      Learning and Career Technical Education in Globalization.                 Level
                                                                                2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
   4. The Impact of Career and Technical Education on Dropouts.           Tables:
      James R. Stone, National Research Center for Career and                14. Exploring the Links Among Civic Education, Civic Knowledge,
      Technical Education - University of Minnesota;                            and Democratic Participation.
      Aliaga, National Research Center for Career and Technical                 University; Michael Jensen, Arizona State University
      Education-University of Minnesota                                      15. Learning to Participate: How Students Appropriate the Tools for
                                                                                Authentic Participation. Angela Booker, Stanford University
19.107. Charter School Research and Evaluation - SIG Paper
                                                                             16. Preparing Democratic Citizens: Certain Classroom
      Discussion (Session 1). SIG-Charter School Research and
                                                                                Conversations.
      Evaluation
                                                                                - Reno; Julie L. Pennington, University of Nevada - Reno; Angela
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      Level
                                                                             17. Programs for Democratic Citizenship Education in Latin
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
                                                                                America: A Critical Overview. Bradley A. Levinson, Indiana
Tables:
                                                                                University; Juan Berumen, Indiana University
   5. A Study of Bay Area KIPP Schools: Findings From Analyses of
                                                                             18. Quality Participation and Deliberative Democratic Practices.
      Student Achievement.                                          ;
                                                                                Brooke Michael Shannon, Wright State University; Graham E.
      Katrina R. Woodworth, SRI International; Jane David, Bay Area
                                                                                Higgs, Columbia College of Missouri; John Budd, University of
                      ; Roneeta Guha, SRI International
                                                                                Missouri
   6. Charter School Facility Financing in California: Opportunities
                                                                             19. Rethinking a Deliberative Context for Teacher Education From
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      the Aims of Citizenship Education in the New Québec Education             First-Year College Students. Bryant Hutson, University of North
      Program. Marc-Andre Ethier, Université de Montréal; David                 Carolina - Greensboro; Ye He, University of North Carolina -
      Lefrançois, Université du Québec - Trois-Rivières                         Greensboro
                                                                             33. Development Research of a Teacher’s Performance Support
19.110. Engaging and Educating Learners With Media. SIG-Media,
                                                                                System: The Practices of Design, Development, and Evaluation.
      Culture and Curriculum
                                                                                Wei Chen Hung, Northern Illinois University; Ifeng Jeng,
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                Indiana University; Feng-Ru Sheu, Indiana University
      Level
                                                                             34. Emotional Design in Multimedia Learning. Chaoyan Dong, New
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
                                                                                York University
Chair: David G. Darts, New York University
                                                                             35. Raising Learner Expectations by Improving Instructional Help.
Tables:
                                                                                                                                 ; Kent Edward
   20. “I Threw a Party and 5 Million People Showed Up”: A Website
                                                                                Robinson, Brigham Young University
      Owner and Operator as Model for New Literacies Teaching.
      Kelly M Keegan, D’Youville College                                  19.113. Aesthetics of Instruction: Meaning and Assessment in the
   21. Cross-Cultural, Computer-Mediated Communication: Does                     Arts. SIG-Arts and Learning
      Gender Make a Difference? Wei-Hsin Lu, University of Missouri              Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      - Columbia; Hsinyi Peng, National Chiao Tung University; Po-Ya             Level
      Chuang, National Chiao Tung University                                     2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
   22. Engaging in Media Pedagogies With Media Myths/Mediated             Chair: J. David Betts, University of Arizona
      Meanings. Radha - Iyer, Queensland University of Technology         Tables:
   23. Media/Arts/Critical Literacy Curriculum: Learning and Teaching        1. A Thing of Beauty: Students Search for Beauty Locally and
      in the Jail School. Eleanor Binstock, National-Louis University;           Globally Through Art and Literacy. Morna M. McDermott,
      Pierre Tchetgen, Teaching in Technology Consultant                         Towson University; Nancy Rankie Shelton, University of
   24. The Importance of Audience and Agency to Represent: Urban                 Maryland - Baltimore
      Youth Media Producers in the Bay Area. Linda Charmaraman,              2. Connecting Assessment, Aesthetics, and Meaning-Making in a
      Wellesley Centers for Women                                                General Education University Theatre Course. Robin A. Mello,
   25. Videogames and Interactive Art: New Genres and a New Era in               University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
      Media Education.                                                       3. Case Study Research: Examining Cutting-Edge Virtual Visual Art
      Angeles                                                                    Programs. Joanna Miriam Black, University of Manitoba
Discussant: Heather M. Pleasants, University of Alabama                      4. Instructional Supervision as Aesthetic: Attending to the Art of
                                                                                                              Zach Kelehear, University of South
19.111. Research Studies in Music Education. SIG-Music Education
                                                                                 Carolina
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                             5. Lessons Learned: The Rise and Fall of an Arts Integration School.
      Level
                                                                                 Brenda M. Wheat, University of North Carolina - Wilmington;
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
                                                                                 Howard Victor Coleman, University of North Carolina -
Tables:
                                                                                 Wilmington
   26. A Case Study in Multiple IRB Interactions: A Call to Question
      in Educational Research. Linda C. Thornton, Pennsylvania State
                                                                                Academic Learning Through Arts-Integrated Instruction. Lynn A.
      University
                                                                                Waldorf, Waldorf & Associates
   27. Teaching Music in Illinois: A Survey. Roseanne K. Rosenthal,
                                                                             7. The Arts as an Instructional Strategy to Improve Self-Regulation
      Vandercook College of Music
                                                                                in the Classroom.
   28. Preparing Doctoral Students for Their Roles as Music Teachers.
      Susan Wharton Conkling, Eastman School of Music; Warren             19.114. Merging Media, Culture, and Curriculum. SIG-Media,
      Henry, University of North Texas                                           Culture and Curriculum
   29. The Relationships Among Interpersonal Communication Skills,               Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      Teaching Effectiveness, and Conducting Effectiveness of Music              Level
      Education Students. Lisa R Hunter, State University of New York            2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
      - Buffalo                                                           Chair:
                                                                          Tables:
19.112. Varieties of Technology Experiences: Performance Support,
                                                                             8. An Examination of Latent Threads and Themes in the Catalyst,
      Virtual Advising, Instructional Help, and More. SIG-Design
                                                                                 1969-1971. Christina Blasingame, Dee Brown, Texas Tech
      and Technology
                                                                                 University; Lee S. Duemer, Birgit Green, Belinda Richardson,
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 Texas Tech University
      Level
                                                                             9. Boys to Men: Pedagogies of Black Male Masculinity in the Film
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
                                                                                 “Boyz n the Hood.” Regina Young, University of Maryland -
Tables:
                                                                                 College Park
   30. A Case Study of an Interdisciplinary Approach to Developing a
                                                                             10. Citizen Journalism: The Future of News? Mark A. van ‘t Hooft,
      Virtual Manipulative. Linda Merillat, ALTEC; Richard Branham,
                                                                                 Kent State University
      University of Kansas
   31. A Study of Students’ Motivation, Gender Bias, and Their
                                                                                Feedback on Professional Development. Aimee Dorr, Valerie
      Relationship in Design and Technology Education in Singapore.
                                                                                Hall, Sandra M. Irlen, University of California - Los Angeles
      Che Ming Yau, National Institute of Education; Yi Lin Wong,
                                                                             12. Contemporary Constructions of English Texts: A Departmental
      National Institute of Education
                                                                                Case Study of Secondary English Domains. Lydia Brauer,
   32. An Outcome Evaluation of a Virtual Advising Program for
                                                       Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                        105


   13. Facilitating Inquiry Virtually: A Look at Professional             19.117. Teachers, Students, and the Place of Instructional
      Development and Inquiry-Based Learning Online. Aliya E.                   Technology. SIG-Instructional Technology
      Holmes, St. John’s University                                             Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
   14. Making the True Story of Education: The Media Constructing               Level
      Education Policy.                                                         2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
Discussant: Pilar Lacasa, University of Alcalá                            Tables:
19.115. Perspectives in American Indian Education. SIG-Indigenous
                                                                                Their Learning in an Online Environment: A Case Study. Eunmi
      Peoples of the Americas
                                                                                Shin Kim, Northern Illinois University
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                             30. Student Teachers’ Perspectives on Using Information
      Level
                                                                                Technology for Teaching and Learning in Their Classrooms: A
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
                                                                                Singapore Study. Doris Choy, National Institute of Education;
Tables:
                                                                                                                                          ; Ping
   15. Closing the Distance: Partnering With the Indigenous Peoples
      on Whose Lands We Earn Our Living. Diane M. Caracciolo,
                                                                             31. The Intersection of Learner Characteristics and Technology
                                                                                Capabilities: Implications for Online Learning. Barbara J.
   16. Leadership for Inclusive Education: A Case Study of School
      Leadership and Special Education in a Tribally Controlled
                                                                                Samora, State University of New York - Buffalo
      School. Susan C. Faircloth, Pennsylvania State University;
                                                                             32. Examining the Impact on Academic Performance of Online
      Susan C. Bon, George Mason University
   17. Muscogee (Creek) Women’s Perceptions of Leadership. Barbara
                                                                                                                            Jason Huett,
      B. Kawulich, University of West Georgia
                                                                                University of West Georgia; Leslie Moller, University of South
   18. Project MAISA: Building Quality in American Indian Schools.
                                                                                Dakota
                                                Maria Luisa
                                                                             33. The Role of Creativity in the Design Experience of Instructional
      Gonzalez, Anthony R. Fairbanks, New Mexico State University
                                                                                Design and Development Graduate Students. Gregory Neil
   19. Results of the 2005 National Indian Education Study, Part II.
                                                                                Clinton, University of Georgia
      Frances Stancavage, American Institutes for Research; Taslima
                                                                             34. Using Myers-Briggs Personality Preferences to Understand
                                             ; Donna Sabis-Burns,
                                                                                Different Online Teaching Styles. Maria D. Avgerinou,
                                                                                DePaul University; Anne L. Russell, Queensland University of
   20. Politics, Power, and the Social Construction of American Indians
                                                                                Technology
      in Four Southwestern States’ Higher Education Strategies. Viola
                                                                             35. Research-Oriented Faculty Members and Course Management
      Fuentes, Arizona State University
   21. Reading Intervention for Navajo Elementary School Children.
                                                                                Instructional Technologies. Reginald D’Silva, University of
      Amy Morris, University of Nevada - Las Vegas;
                                                                                British Columbia
      Reynolds, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
19.116. Sit Around a Table and Talk About Educational Theory                                       Monday, 3:05 pm
      With These Philosophers. SIG-Philosophical Studies in
                                                                          20.010. Analyses of Principal and Teacher Practices: A Roundtable.
      Education
                                                                                 Division L-Educational Policy and Politics
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      Level
                                                                                 Level
      2:15 pm to 2:55 pm
                                                                                 3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
Chair: Michael G. Gunzenhauser, University of Pittsburgh
                                                                          Tables:
Tables:
                                                                                                                                Gina U. Barclay-
   22. Learning Science: The Very Idea. Liam Rourke, Athabasca
                                                                                 McLaughlin, University of Tennessee - Knoxville; Susan Benner,
      University; Norm Friesen, Simon Fraser University
                                                                                 University of Tennesee; Susan Newsom, University of Tennessee;
   23. Michel Serres and Silence: The Role of Language in the
                                                                                 Elizabeth Toth, Knox County Public Schools
      Classroom. Hillary Procknow, Louisiana State University
                                                                             2. Do Principals Matter for Effective Teachers’ Professional
   24. Rhetoric for Research: Rhetorical Studies as an Epistemological
                                                                                 Development (TPD)?
      Alternative to Social Sciences for Classroom Inquiry. Lynn
                                                                                 University
      Fendler, Michigan State University
                                                                             3. Teacher Unions and the Distribution of Student Achievement: A
   25. The Implications of Knowledge by Presence for Educational
                                                                                 Multilevel Approach. Joshua M. Cowen, University of Wisconsin
      Philosophy and Educational Practices. Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi,
      University of British Columbia                                      20.011. Educational Reform in the Age of Accountability: System,
   26. Welcoming Eros to Pedagogy. Alexandra Fidyk, National-Louis              School, and Teacher Perspectives. SIG-Educational Change
      University                                                                Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
   27. Complementary Educational Visions of Tagore and Dewey:                   Level
      Implications for Contemporary Education. Francis A. Samuel,               3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
      Dowling College                                                     Tables:
   28. Dialogue and the Limits of Violence: Some Thoughts on                 4. A Leveraged Emergent Approach to School-Based Change in a
      Responsible Action.                                                       Systemic Transformation Effort. Charles M. Reigeluth, Indiana
      Policy Studies, South Africa                                              University
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      5. Canon and Capacity: How Prepared Are Schools to Use Evidence         20.014. Mentoring Practices Paper Discussion 2: A Diversity of
          to Inform Decisionmaking? Judy M. Parr, University of                     Perspectives. SIG-Mentorship and Mentoring Practices
          Auckland;                                                                 Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      6. Conversations Across Cultures: Chinese and American                        Level
          Perspectives on Curriculum, Creativity, Culture, and Conformity.          3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                       ; M. Jayne Fleener,    Chair: Karen Hamlin, Willamette University
          Louisiana State University                                          Tables:
      7. Do Principals Take National Policy Language Seriously? The              19. Implementing a Leadership Course and Mentor Model for
          Swedish Case. Monika Tornsen, Umeå University                             Students Involved in the National Student Nurses’ Association.
      8. Examining Loose Coupling in the Professional Culture of Charter            Elaine A. Gardner, University of Arkansas; Cheryl K. Schmidt,
          Schools: Issues of Leadership and Equity. Lucretia Peebles,               University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Nursing
          Loyola Marymount University                                            20. It Takes a Village to Raise a Volunteer Mentor: Exploring
      9. “Have We Really Changed?”: An Initial Approximation to                                                                   Karyl Jacqueline
          Describe Structural Change in System-Wide Initiatives.                    Shand Askew, University of North Carolina
          Eduardo Flores-Kastanis, Tecnologico de Monterrey; Gabriela            21. Mentoring: A Solution to At-Risk Behavior? Lessons Learned
          Farías, Tecnologico de Monterrey; Ileana Ruiz, Tecnologico de             From a Tribal Early-Learning Opportunities Program. Annie
                                                                                    Woo, Northwest Regional Educational Lab
                                                                                 22. My Sister’s Keeper: Mentoring for Black Women in the World
20.012. Higher Education Access and Attainment. Division L-
                                                                                    of Academia. Lynette Danley Land, University of Utah; Lori
      Educational Policy and Politics
                                                                                    Denise Patton, Iowa State University; Chamara Kwakye,
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                                                               ; Sharon Holmes,
      Level
                                                                                    Binghamton University
      3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                 23. On Becoming Educational Researchers: The Importance
Tables:
                                                                                    of Cogenerative Mentoring. Judith B. Harris, Tamara Lynn
                                                                                    Freeman, Pamela Aerni, College of William & Mary
                            Edward P. St. John, Anna Chung, Britany
                                                                                 24. Proximal Mentoring: Model for Implementation in Graduate
         Affolter-Caine, University of Michigan
                                                                                    Studies.
      11. The Role of Community Colleges in Bachelor Degree
                                                                                    Peggy Perkins, University of Nevada – Las Vegas
         Attainment and Teacher Labor Supply. Michelle Reininger,
                                                                              Discussant: Horace R. Hall, DePaul University
         Stanford University
      12. Variation in Returns to College Degree by Gender and Transfer       20.015. Moral Education Roundtables I. SIG-Moral Development
         Status. Po Yang, Teachers College, Columbia University                     and Education
                                                                                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
20.013. Making Connections: Linking Out-of-School Time
                                                                                    Level
      Programs to Academic Achievement and Parent Involvement.
                                                                                    3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
      SIG-Out-of-School Time
                                                                              Tables:
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 25. Addressing the Relationships Among Authenticity,
      Level
                                                                                    Nonprejudice, Moral Judgment, and Volunteerism. William
      3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                    Pitt Derryberry, Western Kentucky University; Ryan Mulvaney,
Tables:
                                                                                    Kentucky Wesleyan College; Jeff Brooks, Indiana University -
   13. An Exploratory Study on Effective Practices in Afterschool
                                                                                    South Bend; Chris Chandler, Western Kentucky University
      Math and Reading Programs. Denise Huang, University of
                                                                                 26. Analyzing the Mechanisms of Bandura’s Theory of Moral
      California - Los Angeles; Deborah Donnelly, SEDL;
                                                                                    Disengagement With Acts of Physical and Sexual Aggression in
                                                      ; Joe Parker,
                                                                                    a College-Age Population. Jessica Ashley Carroll, University of
      SEDL;
                                                                                    Alabama
      Lab; Errin McComb, SERVE; Eve McDermott, Northwest
                                                                                 27. Comparing Middle School Learning Motivations With Ethical
      Regional Educational Lab; Danette Parsley, Mid-continent
                                                                                    Attitudes and Behaviors. Jenny L Vaydich, Vladimir T. Khmelkov,
      Research for Education and Learning; Arthur Smith, WGBH,
                                                                                    Darcia F. Narvaez, University of Notre Dame
      Educational Productions
                                                                                 28. Relating Economic Contexts to Social Convention and Moral
   14. Linking 21st-Century Community Learning Centers to School
                                                                                    Understandings. Alan B. Bates, Illinois State University; Thomas
      Day Classrooms. Tara S. Donahue, Michigan State University
                                                                                    A. Lucey, Illinois State University
   15. Afterschool Science: Strategies for Assessing Project-Based
                                                                                 29. Storytelling Events as Vehicles for Moral Deliberation. Cheryl A
      Science. Kabba E. Colley, George Mason University; Wesley
                                                                                    Hunter, Indiana University
      Pitts, City University of New York
                                                                                 30. Studying Children’s Social Understanding Through Literature:
   16. Afterschool Parents Learn to Be Problem Solvers: An
                                                                                    A Practice-Embedded Method. Bernadette Hickman Maynard,
      Unintended Twist. Judith F. McVarish, St. John’s University;
                                                                                    Harvard Divinity School; Robert L. Selman, Harvard University
      Margot Ely, New York University
   17. Crafting an Internal Evaluation for Out-of-School Time:                20.016. Motivation in Education - SIG Paper Discussion Session I.
      Applying Theory to University Transition Programs. Brianna                    SIG-Motivation in Education
      Kennedy, University of Southern California                                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
   18. Investigating Out-of-School-Time Experiences: Background,                    Level
      Attitudes, Values, and Beliefs. Michael C. Rodriguez, Taeho                   3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
      Jung, Yukiko Maeda, Anna Hernandez, University of Minnesota
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Tables:                                                                          Kisber, McGill University; Ramona Parkash-Puni, McGill
   31. Motivating Students: Etic and Emic Considerations. Marianna               University
                                                                           20.019. An Intellectual Cafe of Ideas About Race, Class, Gender,
   32. Do African-American and White Students Conceptualize
                                                                                  and Sexuality in Curriculum Studies. Division B-Curriculum
      Achievement Goals Differently? A Measurement Invariance
                                                                                  Studies
      Study. Carol L. Barry, Jilliam Nadine Joe, Hilary Lynne Kissel,
                                                                                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      Sara J. Finney, James Madison University
                                                                                  3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
   33. Value-Based Motivation for Physical Activity and Physical
                                                                           Tables:
      Education: A Case of College Students in China. Xinlan Liu,
                                                                              1. A Developing Framework for Understanding the Meaning
      Southeastern University
                                                                                  and Impact of Education for Liberation. Susan Wilcox, The
   34. Testing a Model of Student Persistence for Doctoral Students at
                                                                                  Brotherhood/Sister Sol; Tara Mack, The Brotherhood/Sister Sol
      Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
                                                                              2. Diversifying Science? The Undergraduate Science Education of
      Howard University
                                                                                  Federal Minority Scholars. Eva Ritter, University of California
   35. Multidimensional Appraisal Processes in Technology-Based
                                                                                  - Riverside
      Scenarios.
                                                                              3. Explorations in the Politics of Gender Equity Curriculum in
                                                                                  Taiwan.
      Achievement Motivation of Underprepared College Students.
                                                                                  Education
      Seth Randall Langley, University of Minnesota; William M. Bart,
                                                                              4. Just Who Do You Think You Are? Latina Teacher Candidates
      University of Minnesota
                                                                                  Struggle for a Place in Teacher Education. Mary Louise Gomez,
   37. What Do We Mean by “Apathy”? Comparing Research-Based
                                                                                  University of Wisconsin - Madison
      Conceptualizations With “Folk” Descriptions of School-Related
                                                                              5. Teaching Race: Making the Invisible Concrete. Yolanda Sealey-
      Apathy in Middle and High School Students. Michelle M
                                                                                  Ruiz, New York University
      Riconscente, University of Maryland
                                                                           20.020. Division A Roundtable Session. Division A-Administration,
20.017. Narrative Conceptualizations. SIG-Narrative and Research
                                                                                 Organization, and Leadership
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      Level
                                                                                 3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
      3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                           Tables:
Tables:
                                                                              6. A Study of School Teams: Democratically Functioning or
   38. Americanizing Identities: A Case Study From German-
                                                                                 Malfunctioning.                                         ; Carl
      Americans in the Rural Midwest.
                                                                                 E. Hanssen, Western Michigan University; Deann Huinker,
      California - Berkeley
                                                                                 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
   39. Collaborative Identities: Understanding Teacher Identity
                                                                              7. Adoption of an Instructional Management System: Factors
      Formation Through Story Sharing. David W. Schaafsma,
                                                                                 Promoting Integration. Erin K. Jurgensen, Catherine C. Schifter,
      University of Illinois; Gian S. Pagnucci, Indiana University
      of Pennsylvania; Edel M. Reilly, Indiana University of
      Pennsylvania; Randi Dickson, Queens College
                                                                                 Classroom. Douglas Charles Arnold, East Stroudsburg Area
   40. Equity! Whose Truth Is It? Mothers of Public School Children
                                                                                 School District; Alan M. Levine, Marywood University; Lois K.
      Seek to Understand Their Mis/Fit in Their Children’s School
                                                                                 Draina, Marywood University; Ann M. Jablonski, Marywood
      Lives. Connie Lynn White, California State University -
                                                                                 University
      Northridge
                                                                              9. Exploring School Effects on the College Preparation of California
                                                                                 High School Students. Sukkyung You, University of California
      Teacher Preparation Partnership. Cathy K. Zeek, Lasell College;
                                                                                 - Santa Barbara
      Carole L. Walker, Texas A&M University - Commerce
                                                                              10. Factors Affecting Teaching Style in Block-Scheduled
   42. Singing Through Terror and Hope. Loretta Niebur Walker, Weber
                                                                                 Classrooms.
      State University
                                                                                 of Education
   43. Teachers as Curriculum Makers and Metaphor Makers: A
      Knowledge Community Experience. Dixie K. Keyes, Arkansas             20.021. International Studies in Mathematics Education. Division
      State University                                                           C-Learning and Instruction
                                                                                 Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
20.018. Qualitative Inquiry In and Through the Arts. SIG-Arts-
                                                                                 3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
       Based Educational Research
                                                                           Tables:
       Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                              11. A Longitudinal Analysis of Immigrants’ Math Performance and
       Level
                                                                                 Class Arrangement. Mido Chang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
       3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                 and State University; Kusum Singh, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Chair:
                                                                                 and State University
Tables:
                                                                              12. A Meta-Analysis of Studies on U.S. and Chinese Mathematics
   44. A Balancing Act: Walking a Qualitative Line in a Quantitative
                                                                                 Achievement and Implications for U.S. Mathematics Education
       World. Laura Janelle Royster, University of North Carolina -
                                                                                 Reform. Jian Wang, University of Nevada - Las Vegas; Emily
                                                                                 Lin, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
   45. The Dynamics of Formative Assessment Demand Artistic
                                                                              13. Seeking Understanding and Making Connections: Mathematical
      Vision. Margaret A. Macintyre Latta, University of Nebraska
                                                                                 Tasks in English, French, and German Textbooks.
      - Lincoln; Gayle A. Buck, Indiana University
                                                                                 University of Manchester;
   46. Uses of Poetry Clusters in Qualitative Inquiry. Lynn Butler-
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      14. The Mathematical Content of and Discourse Surrounding                      Opportunities Do They Provide?
         Students’ Errors in U.S. and Chinese Elementary Instruction.                State University
                                                    ; Megan
                                               ; Michelle Perry, University          Inquiry Into the Processes of Vocabulary Acquisition. Yu-Min Ku,
         of Illinois; Linda M. Sims, University of Illinois - Urbana-                National Central University; Wan-Chen Chang, National Central
                                                                                     University
      15. Beliefs of University Teachers of Mathematics: Revisited as
         Epistemological World Views. Guenter Toerner, University of                 Words and Preschoolers’ Vocabulary Ability From Read-Alouds.
         Duisburg - Essen; Bettina Roesken, University of Duisburg -                 Cynthia B. Leung, University of South Florida - St. Petersburg
         Essen                                                                    30. Using Television to Expand the Vocabulary of Beginning
                                                                                     Readers. Daniel H. Shanahan, Sirius Thinking, Ltd.
20.022. Papers on Educational Research Using National Datasets.
      SIG-Advanced Studies of National Databases                               20.025. Classroom Assessment Research II. SIG-Classroom
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level                    Assessment
      3:05 pm to 3:45 pm                                                              Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
Tables:                                                                               Level
   16. A Comparative Analysis of Academic Orientation and Reading                     3:05 pm to 3:55 pm
      Literacy Between Voluntary and Involuntary Minority Students:            Tables:
      The Case of African-American and Black-Immigrant Students.                  1. Can Morning Snack Improve Test Performance? Jessica L.
      Shelby G. Gilbert, Florida International University; Marvin P.                  Sammons, Cedarville University; Chi-En Hwang, Cedarville
      Dawkins, University of Miami                                                    College
   17. An Examination of the Relationship Between Professional                    2. Educational Leaders’ Perceptions About Ethical Assessment
      Development and Teacher Turnover. Stacy Johnson Erickson,                       Practices. Robert L. Johnson, University of South Carolina;
                                                                                                                        ; Do-Hong Kim, University of
      18. The Impact of Technology Use on Low-Income and Minority                     North Carolina - Charlotte;
         Students’ Academic Achievement. Byron C. Havard, University              3. Essential Classroom Assessment Knowledge and Skills of School
         of West Florida;                                                             Leaders: A Professional Development Agenda. Janet K. Pilcher,
      19. Excellence Through Diversity: HLM Analysis of Productivity                  University of West Florida; Robin Largue, University of West
         and Satisfaction in Minority Faculty. Wenfan Yan, Indiana                    Florida;
         University of Pennsylvania                                               4. Information-Based Educational Practice in the Classroom:
      20. Who Is Conducting Teacher Research? Karen L. Yanowitz,                      Lessons Learned From a Statewide Initiative. Daniel M. Jesse,
         Arkansas State University; Debbie L. Hahs-Vaughn, University of                                          ;
         Central Florida                                                              of Colorado - Denver; R. Marc Brodersen, RMC Research
20.023. Spirituality and Education: Roundtables 2. SIG-Spirituality
                                                                                  5. The Effect of Testing Accommodation on the Performance of
      and Education
                                                                                     Deaf Students on a Standardized Mathematics Test. Fawzy A.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                     Ebrahim, Florida Atlantic University
      3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                  6. The Principal’s Role in Assessment Reform. Brian W. Noonan,
Tables:
                                                                                     University of Saskatchewan; Pat Renihan, University of
   21. Assessment and Development of Moral Character in Higher
                                                                                     Saskatchewan
      Education. Sandra G. Nadelson, University of Nevada - Las
      Vegas                                                                    20.026. Division G, Section 1: Roundtable Session II. Division G-
   22. Neuroscience Perspective on Spirituality and Education. Linda                 Social Context of Education
      B. Caviness, La Sierra University                                              Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
   23. Reconceptualizing Spirituality in Light of Educating Young                    Level
      Children. Kathleen I. Harris, Kent State University                            3:05 pm to 3:55 pm
   24. The Moral of Marlon: A Rhizomatic Analysis of Naughty                   Tables:
      Moments in Kindergarten. Sheri L. Leafgren, Kent State
      University; Richard P. Ambrose, Kent State University                          Unclear We Are and Why It Matters. Howard Glasser, Michigan
   25. The Role of Spirituality in the Lives of Individuals With                     State University; John P. Smith, Michigan State University
      Asperger’s Syndrome.                                          ;             8. Evaluating Model of Learning in ESL Reading Domain: The
      Nick Dubin, Doctoral Student Center for Humanistic Studies
                                                                                     Processing on Cognitive Performance in Reading. Qun Guan,
20.024. Studies of Vocabulary Instruction and Acquisition. SIG-
                                                                                     Florida State University; Wanjin Meng, China National Institute
      Vocabulary
                                                                                     for Educational Research; Chia-I Chen, Florida State University
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                  9. Quality Perceptions in a Samoan Preschool. Brenda Mary
      3:05 pm to 3:45 pm
                                                                                     Sherley, Victoria University of Wellington
Tables:
                                                                                  10. Social Movement Theory and Curriculum Contention:
   26. “Sounds Right,” “Makes Sense”: A Case Study of Vocabulary
                                                                                     Challenger Strategies and School Responses. Steven Paul
      and Writing Composition in a Fifth-Grade Reading-Writing
                                                                                     Camicia, University of Washington
      Classroom. Christine Ann Mallozzi, University of Georgia;
                                                                                  11. Teacher Practices and School Status: Does School Status
      James F. Baumann, University of Georgia; Donna B. Ware,
                                                                                     Correlate With First-Year Teacher Classroom Performance?
      Athens-Clarke County Schools
                                                                                     Jessie Nichole Kosorok, Thomas L. Good, Mary M. McCaslin,
   27. Books in Preschools: What Kinds of Vocabulary Learning
                                                                                     University of Arizona
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                                                                           20.029. Research on Bilingualism and Bilingual Education. SIG-
                                                            Susanne               Bilingual Education Research
      S. Croasdaile, Virginia Commonwealth University                             Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                  Level
20.027. ELL and Students With Disabilities in Large-Scale
                                                                                  3:05 pm to 3:55 pm
      Assessments. SIG-Inclusion and Accommodation in Large-Scale
                                                                           Chair:
      Assessment
                                                                           Tables:
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                              26. Parent’s Guide to Early Second Language Acquisition: Spanish/
      Level
                                                                                  English. Aileen A. Hale, Boise State University
      3:05 pm to 3:55 pm
                                                                              27. A Successful Case of Language-Minority Education: A
Tables:
                                                                                  Slovenian High School in Italy. Carla Paciotto, Western Illinois
   13. A Comparison of Performance of ELL and Non-ELL Students
                                                                                  University
      on an Achievement Test.
                                                                              28. Integrating Content and Language Acquisition Through
      Assessment, Inc.; Michelle Boazeman, Harcourt Assessment, Inc.
                                                                                  Developing Library Classrooms for a Multilingual Spanish
   14. Alternate Assessment Results Among a National Sample
                                                                                  School. Cynthia R. Houston, Western Kentucky University
      of Students With Disabilities. Anne-Marie Knokey, SRI
                                                                              29. Korean Heritage Language Education in Phoenix: Challenges,
      International; Renee Cameto, SRI International
                                                                                  Recommendations, and Prospects. Byeong-keun You, Arizona
   15. An Analysis of Virginia’s Plain English Mathematics Standard
                                                                                  State University
      of Learning for Students With Disabilities. Julie A. Crawford,
                                                                              30. Latino Parents’ Attitudes Toward Bilingual Education. Pete
      George Washington University
                                                                                  Farruggio, University of Texas - Pan American
   16. Culturally Appropriate Context: Unlocking the Potential of
                                                                              31. Los Colores de la Familia: Cultural Metaphors in Latino
      Response to Intervention for English Language Learners.
                                                                                  Parental Involvement. C. Ruth Bosch, Wayne State University
      Yaoying Xu, Virginia Commonwealth University; Elizabeth R.
      Drame, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee                           20.030. Teacher and Student Perspectives and Beliefs About
   17. EL Assessment: The Role of Academic Language in System                    Classroom Management. SIG-Classroom Management
      Alignment.                                                 ;               Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 Level
   18. Examining the Factorial Equivalence of Accommodations on a                3:05 pm to 3:55 pm
      Statewide Science Achievement Test. Do-Hong Kim, University          Tables:
      of North Carolina - Charlotte; Christina Schneider, South               32. A Comparison of Teachers’ Families’ Child-Rearing Practices
                                        ; Theresa G. Siskind, South              and Their Later Preferences for (Orientation Toward) a
                                                                                 Classroom Discipline Model. Cynthia A. Lundeen, Florida State
   19. Reading Achievement for ELLs With Disabilities Across Years.              University; Charles H. Wolfgang, Florida State University
                                                                              33. Attitudes and Beliefs Regarding Classroom Control: Is There a
                                                                                                                                Nancy K. Martin,
20.028. Research in Reading and Literacy II. SIG-Research in
                                                                                 University of Texas - San Antonio; Zenong Yin, University
      Reading and Literacy
                                                                                 of Texas - San Antonio; Hayley J. Mayall, Northern Illinois
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 University
      Level
                                                                              34. Differential Achievement and Classroom Task Structures. Esin
      3:05 pm to 3:55 pm
Tables:
                                                                              35. Perspectives on Caring in the Classroom: Do They Vary
   20. The Effect of Attending Kindergarten on Literacy Performance
                                                                                 According to Ethnicity or Grade Level? Tracey L. Garrett, Rider
      in First Grade.
                                                                                 University; Terri Rothman, Monmouth University; Jason J. Barr,
   21. A Portraiture of a Mexican-American’s Use of Literacy. Robert
                                                                                 Monmouth University
                                        ;
                                                                              36. Teachers’ Perceptions of Classroom Management Beliefs in
      University
                                                                                 Elementary Schools. Aslihan Uludag, Florida State University;
   22. A Qualitative Examination of Kindergarten Students’ Reading
                                                                                 Zafer Unal, University of South Florida - St. Petersburg
      Behaviors. Tulay Atay-Turhan, Middle East Technical University;
                                                                              37. Peer Group Processing Model: Adolescent Peer Group
      Zubeyde Dogan, Florida State University
                                                                                                                                   Perry Thomas
   23. Becoming Self-Regulated Readers: A Longitudinal Study of
                                                                                 LaRoque, University of Wisconsin - Madison
      the Development of Young Children’s Strategy Use. Linda E.
      Martin, Ball State University; Sherry E. Kragler, University of      20.031. Teaching in Educational Administration: Perspectives
      South Florida - Lakeland                                                   on Preparation Outcomes. SIG-Teaching in Educational
   24. Early Reading Predictors of Literacy Achievement for English              Administration
      Learners: A Longitudinal Study.                                            Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      State University - Los Angeles; Diane S. Haager, California State          Level
      University - Los Angeles; Michelle P. Windmueller, PLUS Project            3:05 pm to 3:55 pm
   25. What’s Possible for First-Grade, At-Risk Literacy Learners          Tables:
      Receiving Early Intervention Services. Janet Bufalino,                  38. Who Chooses the Vision for the Principalship? Another Effort
                               ; Chuang Wang, University of North                to Promote Collaboration and Partnerships. John C. Daresh,
      Carolina - Charlotte; Francisco Gomez-Bellenge, National Data              University of Texas - El Paso
      Evaluation Center                                                       39. Confronting the Unknown: Principal Preparation Training
                                                                                 in Issues Related to Special Education. Pamela S. Angelle,
                                                                                 University of Tennesee; Lisa Bilton, University of Tennessee
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                                                                              Participants:
         Improve Their Performance. Judith Kerrins, California State             Connecting the Research World: Global Community Building and
         University - Chico; Kay S. Cushing, University of Arizona                   Collaboration.
      41. How New Principals Solve Problems of Practice. Faye E.                     Network Initiatives in California
         Patterson, University of Tennessee - Knoxville                          Linking University Communities in Innovative Learning
      42. Leadership Learning: What Happens After They Get the                       Opportunities: The Thematic School Approach to Professional
         License? Kevin Fahey, Salem State College                                   Development for Researchers.
      43. Educational Quality Indicators in Principal Preparation: Cues              University; Judith L. Green, University of California - Santa
         From State Demographics on New Principals. Patricia Diane                   Barbara; Maria L. Castanheira, Federal University of Minas
         Ricciardi, Clemson University; Jane C. Lindle, Clemson                      Gerais;
         University                                                              Reaching Teachers and Researchers in New Ways Within and
                                                                                     Outside Brazil: CEALE’s Portal and Literacy Initiatives. Maria
                            Monday, 4:05 pm                                          L. Castanheira, Federal University of Minas Gerais
                                                                                 Researching Learning Beyond Disciplinary Borders: Introduction
                AERA Governance Meetings and Events                                  to CICERO Projects.
                                                                                     Helsinki; Leena Krokfors, University of Helsinki
21.001. AERA Committee on Scholars of Color in Education -
                                                                                 Challenges to Success in Technology Support, Inter-Professional
      Closed Meeting. AERA
                                                                                     Communication, and Cross-platform Connectivity. Richard P.
      Sheraton, Illinois Executive Boardroom, Level 2
                                                                                     Duran, University of California - Santa Barbara;
      4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
Chairs:
                                                                                   California
21.002. AERA SIG Leadership Seminar I. AERA                                      Challenges for the Future for AERA and Research Collaborations.
      Hyatt, Grand Suite 3, East Tower - Gold Level
      4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                              21.013. Graduate Student Council (GSC) Orientation to the Annual
Chairs: Schuyler W. Huck, University of Tennesee - Knoxville; Barbara
                                                                                    Meeting. Graduate Student Council
   B. Levin, University of North Carolina - Greensboro; Phoebe H.
                                                                                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Section B, East Tower - Gold Level
   Stevenson, American Educational Research Association
                                                                                    4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
21.003. AERA Task Force on Data Sharing - Closed Meeting. AERA                Chairs: Hugo Garcia, Claremont Graduate University; Stacy L.
       Sheraton, Executive Center, Parlor B, Level 3                             Dezutter, Washington University - St. Louis
       4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
                                                                              21.014. Division A: New Members’ Reception. Division A-
Chair:
                                                                                    Administration, Organization, and Leadership
                                                                                    Sheraton, Superior, Level 2
21.010. Brains, Genes, and Environments: New Findings on Nature                     4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
        and Nurture and Challenges for Education Research.
        Presidential Session                                                  21.015. Educational Leadership and Spirituality: Creating a
        Sheraton, Chicago Ballroom, Section VIII, Level 4                            Relevant Research Paradigm. Division A-Administration,
        4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                           Organization, and Leadership
 Chair: Michael J. Feuer, National Research Council                                  Marriott, Houston, Fifth Floor
 Participants:                                                                       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
    Self-Control and the Developing Brain: Implications for Education.        Participant:
                                                                                 Educational Leadership and Spirituality: Creating a Relevant
   IQ-Environment Reciprocal Effects and the Meaning of General                      Research Paradigm. Michael E. Dantley, Miami University;
      Intelligence. William Dickens, Brookings Institution                                                                                  ;
Discussant: Adam Gamoran, University of Wisconsin - Madison                          Khaula Murtadha, Indiana University - Purdue University
                                                                                                   ; Carolyn M. Shields, University of Illinois -
      21.011. Internationalizing Conceptions of Quality.                                                 ; Robert J. Starratt, Boston College
      Presidential Session                                                    21.016. Exploring the Complex Chain Linking Leadership to
      Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section K, East Tower - Gold Level                       Student Learning. Division A-Administration, Organization,
      4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                             and Leadership
Chair: Susan H. Fuhrman, Teachers College, Columbia University                       Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section B - Fifth Floor
Speaker:                                                                             4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
   Barry McGaw, University of Melbourne                                       Chair:
Discussants: Patricia C. Gándara, University of California - Davis;           Participants:
   David C. Berliner, Arizona State University
21.012. International Research Collaborations and the Digital                      Analysis. Kyla L. Wahlstrom, University of Minnesota; Karen R.
      Highway: Possibilities, Innovations and Challenges. AERA                     Seashore, University of Minnesota
      Sessions co-sponsored with Organization of Institutional                   The Effects of Total Leadership on Student Achievement. Blair
                                                                                                                        ; Kenneth A. Leithwood,
      Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section C, East Tower - Gold Level
      4:05 pm to 6:05 pm                                                         Patterns of Leadership Distribution and Student Achievement.
Chairs: Jane Close Conoley, University of California - Santa Barbara;                                                          ; Suzanne M.
  Gerald Sroufe, American Educational Research Association                          Stiegelbauer, Southwest Texas State University - San Marcos;
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                                                          ; Shawn            Chair: Denise Egea-Kuehne, Louisiana State University
                                                                             Participants:
                                                                                Changing Pedagogy: Teachers’ Conceptions and Practices of Social
      Explaining the Gap Between Participatory Theory and Practice.                 Justice Education. Magda Lewis, Queen’s University
      Karen R. Seashore, University of Minnesota; Molly Gordon,
      University of Minnesota                                                     Curriculum of Story and Storytelling. Amrita Zahir, University of
                                                                                  Washington - Bothell
21.017. Curriculum-Leadership: Homo(genized), Bi(furcated),
                                                                                Curricular Social Justice Enactments in Beginning Teachers’
       Trans(ferred). Division B-Curriculum Studies
                                                                                  Classrooms. Ruchi Agarwal,
       Marriott, Wisconsin, Sixth Floor
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                                   Columbia University
Chair:
                                                                                Mobilizing Anger for Social Justice: The Politicization of Emotions
Participants:                           , University of Central Florida;
                                                                                   in Education.
   Louise A. Allen, South Carolina State Universtiy; Patrick Slattery,
                                                                                   Michigan State University
   Texas A&M University; Jeanne F. Brady,                              ;
                                                                             Discussant:
   Jennifer L. Milam, Texas A&M University
                                                                                Milwaukee
21.018. Developing Social Justice Mathematics Curriculum in a
                                                                             21.022. Affordances for Learning in Multimedia Learning
       Chicago Public School. Division B-Curriculum Studies
                                                                                    Environments. Division C-Learning and Instruction
       Marriott, O’Hare, Tenth Floor
                                                                                    Hyatt, Toronto, West Tower - Gold Level
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                                    4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
Chair: Eric H. Gutstein, University of Illinois - Chicago
                                                                             Chair: Ton de Jong, University of Twente
Participants: Patricia Buenrostro, University of Illinois - Chicago; Phi
                                                                             Participants:
   Pham, Downtown Charter School; Joyce Sia, Greater Lawndale
                                                                                “Getting the Picture”: The Effects of Representational Format on
   School for Social Justice; Eric H. Gutstein, University of Illinois
                                                                                    Combinatorics Learning. Bas Kolloffel, Ton de Jong, Tessa
   - Chicago
                                                                                    Eysink, University of Twente
21.019. Media in the Classroom: Friend or Foe? Division B-                      How to Optimize Learning From Animated Expert Models. Pieter
       Curriculum Studies
       Marriott, Watertower, Tenth Floor                                           Universiteit Nederland
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
Chair:                                                                             Formats and Different Levels of Learner Control. Maria
Participants:                                                                                                                      ; Peter Gerjets,
   Interrogating Racialized Representations in Popular Culture. James              Knowledge Media Research Center; Katharina Scheiter,
                                                                                   University of Tuebingen
   Understanding Community: A Nonlinguistic Research Methodology                Multirepresentational Solutions, an Integration Aid, and Scaffolding
     for Revealing and Analyzing Student and Community Needs and                   Self-Explanation Prompts All Foster Understanding. Kirsten
     Strengths. Nancy VanKannel-Ray, Midwest Educational Reform                    Regine Berthold, ETH Zürich; Rolf Schwonke, University of
     Consortium (MERC) GEAR-UP; Esther M. Newlin-Haus,                             Freiburg; Alexander Renkl, University of Freiburg
     Midwest Educational Reform Consortium (MERC) GEAR-UP                       Representations in Multimedia Learning Arrangements: An Analysis
   Connecting With Literature: Using a DVD Reading Aid to Enhance                  Across Instructional Approaches. Tessa Eysink, University of
     Engagement in Secondary English Classrooms. Ginger Goldman                    Twente; Ton de Jong, University of Twente
     Malin, DePaul University                                                Discussants: Richard E. Mayer, University of California - Santa
   How Do We Know? Students Examine Issues of Credibility                       Barbara; John Sweller, University of New South Wales
     With a Multimodal Text. Mark C. Baildon, National Institute
                                                                             21.023. Different Perspectives on Problem Solving and Learning.
     of Education; James S. Damico, Indiana University; Gerald
                                                                                    Division C-Learning and Instruction
                                                                                    Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section E, East Tower - Gold Level
Discussant: Cathy C. Leogrande, Lemoyne College
                                                                                    4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
21.020. Reexamining Secondary Education in America: Celebrating              Chair: Katharina Scheiter, University of Tuebingen
       the 75th Anniversary of the Eight-Year Study. Division B-             Participants:
       Curriculum Studies                                                       Prompting Students to Justify Their Responses While Problem
       Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section C - Fifth Floor                          Solving: A Nested, Mixed-Methods Study. Mary C. Bodvarsson,
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                           St. Cloud State University
Chair: William Schubert, University of Illinois - Chicago                       Relationship of Cognitive Abilities, Cognitive Styles, and Learning
Participants: Robert V. Bullough, Brigham Young University; Janet                   Preferences and Their Effect on Multimedia Learning. Roxana
   L. Miller, Teachers College, Columbia University; Craig Kridel,                  Moreno, University of New Mexico; Jan L. Plass, New York
   University of South Carolina; William C. Ayers, University of                    University
   Illinois - Chicago; Ann Lieberman, Carnegie Foundation for the               The Effect of Different Types of Worked Examples on Student
   Advancement of Teaching                                                          Learning and Transfer of a Problem-Solving Task. Xiaoxia
Discussant: Kate B. Rousmaniere, Miami University
21.021. Sources of a Social Justice-Infused Curriculum. Division
                                                                                   Bob Hoffman, University of Central Florida; Gregory Schraw,
      B-Curriculum Studies
                                                                                   University of Nevada - Las Vegas
      Marriott, Denver, Fifth Floor
      4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
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   Learning With Multirepresentational Worked-Out Examples: What           Chair:
      Eye Movements Can Tell Us - A Pilot Study. Rolf Schwonke,            Participants: Andrew C. Porter, Vanderbilt University; John Smithson,
      University of Freiburg; Kirsten Regine Berthold, ETH Zürich;            Wisconsin Center for Education Research;                        ,
      Alexander Renkl, University of Freiburg                                                                ; A. C. Colares, Wisc Center for
   Problem-Solving Strategies in the Context of Video Games. Sheryl           Education Research
      F Rosenthal, Fordham University; Fran C. Blumberg, Fordham           Discussant:
      University; John D. Randall, Rutgers, The State University of
                                                                           21.027. Research Design Meets Real-World Educational Contexts.
      New Jersey
                                                                                  Division D-Measurement and Research Methodology
Discussant: Katharina Scheiter, University of Tuebingen
                                                                                  Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section A - Fifth Floor
                                                                                  4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
       Learning. Division C-Learning and Instruction                       Chair: Andrew A. White, Institute of Education Sciences
       Hyatt, DuSable, West Tower - Silver Level                           Participants:
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                     An Investigation of Design and Analysis Issues Confronted by
Chair: Yuan-Chung (Joan) Lang, University of Southern California                  Group Randomized Studies.
Participants:                                                                     Michigan
   Argumentation Vee Diagrams Enhance Argument/Counterargument                Heterogeneity of Impact Estimates in Group Randomized Trials:
       Integration in Writing Opinion Essays. E. Michael Nussbaum,                Sensitivity of Inferences About Differential Treatment Impacts
       University of Nevada - Las Vegas                                           to Modeling Assumptions. Andrew P. Jaciw, Stanford University;
   Help-Seeking Attitudes and Behaviors Among Graduate Students in                Xin Wei, Stanford University
       Online Courses: An Examination of Students’ Interactions With          Propensity Score Models for School-Level Assignment Using
       Resource Lists and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Melissa              Penalized Maximum Likelihood Estimation and Optimal
       Kelly, University of West Florida; L. K. K. Curda, University of           Matching.                                                   ;
       West Florida                                                               Yevgeniya Kleyman, University of Michigan
   Instructor Credibility and Learner-Centered Practices. Stacy               Selection of Comparison Schools for South Carolina’s Reading
                                       ; Cynthia J. MacGregor, Missouri           First, Using Match It With Follow-Up HLM Analysis. Tammiee
       State University; Robert Lewis Watson, Missouri State University           S. Dickenson, University of South Carolina - Columbia; Jessalyn
   Interpersonal Knowledge in Virtual Seminars.                                   Smith, University of South Carolina; Joanna Angeline Gilmore,
       Ludwig-Maximilians University - Munich; Birgitta Maria                     University of South Carolina; Robert L. Johnson, University of
                                                       ; Heinz Mandl,             South Carolina
       University of Munich                                                   Using the Multiple Sets of Matched Samples and Statistical Controls
   Self-Determination Theory Revisited: Autonomy, Belongingness,                  to Evaluate a Reading Intervention Program. Yu Nu Yang,
       and Psychological Adjustment. Mark J. Van Ryzin, University of             Prince George’s County Public Schools; Yuan Hwang Li, Prince
       Minnesota                                                                  George’s County Public Schools
Discussant:                                                                   Measuring the Black-White Achievement Gap in Racially Isolated
                                                                                  Schools. Terran Leon Brown, University of California - Santa
21.025. Technology Research: A Survey of the Research of the Use
                                                                                  Barbara; Rebecca Zwick, University of California - Santa
       of Games in Education. Division C-Learning and Instruction
                                                                                  Barbara
       Sheraton, Arkansas, Level 2
                                                                           Discussant: Edward W. Wiley, University of Colorado - Boulder
       4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
Chair: Meredith K. DiPietro, University of Florida                         21.028. Cultural and Ethnic Studies. Division E-Counseling and
Participants:                                                                     Human Development
                                                                                  Swissôtel, Engelberg, Third Floor
      Study. Elisabeth R. Hayes, University of Wisconsin - Madison                4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
   Computer-Based Game Playing Within Alternative Classroom                Chair: Sherryl B. Graves, Hunter College
      Goal Structures on Fifth-Graders’ Math Learning Outcomes:            Participants:
      Cognitive, Metacognitive, and Affective Evaluation and                  A Comparative Study of the Relationship Between Separation-
      Interpretation. Fengfeng Ke, University of New Mexico                       Individuation and Adjustment in White and South Asian College
   Thinklets for Mathematics Education: Reusing Computer Game                     Undergraduates. Anita Sankar, State University of New York
      Characteristics in Educational Software. Vincent Jonker,                    - Buffalo
      Freudenthal institute, Utrecht University                               Shame and Guilt in Response to Academic Failure: Evidence From
   The Acquisition of Skill and Expertise in Massively Multiplayer                Cross-Cultural Research. Temi Bidjerano, State University of
      Online Games. Peter G. Schrader, University of Nevada - Las                 New York - Albany
      Vegas; Michael McCreery, University of Nevada - Las Vegas               Stories of Achievement: Tanzanian Street and Nonstreet Children’s
   Learning in One’s Own Imaginary World. Xin Bai, John B. Black,                 Understandings of Education.
      Lance Vikaros, Jonathan Vitale, Daoquan Li, Qing Xia, Seokmin               Graduate School of Education
      Kang, Sungbong Kim, Teachers College, Columbia University               White Racial Identity as a Function of Emotional Intelligence.
Discussants: Robert L. Bangert-Drowns, State University of New York               Sachin Jain, University of Texas - Pan American; Mary Alice
   - Albany; Kurt D. Squire, University of Wisconsin - Madison                    Bruce, University of Wyoming
                                                                           Discussant: Cynthia A. Hudley, University of California - Santa
21.026. Advances in Alignment Analysis as a System Measure and
                                                                              Barbara
      a Change Measure. Division D-Measurement and Research
      Methodology                                                          21.029. Life Stories and School Life, 1840 to 1960. Division F-
      Hyatt, Plaza Ballroom, Section B, East Tower - Green Level                 History and Historiography
      4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
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       Swissôtel, Vevey, Third Floor                                      Chair: Gunilla Holm, Western Michigan University
       4:05 pm to 6:05 pm                                                 Participants:
Chair: Scott Alan Metzger, Pennsylvania State University
Participants:                                                                   Video Program for New Immigrant Children. Sandra S. Andrews,
   “Today Is My Examination Day. Oh, Dear!” Teacher Assessment in               Samuel DiGangi, Angel Kay Jannasch-Pennell, Arizona State
       19th-Century New England. Jo Anne Preston, Tufts University              University
   Building the Polyglot Boardinghouse: The Heyday of Public                 Understanding the Resiliency and Academic Success of Refugees
       Bilingual Schooling in the United States, 1840-1880. Paul                From Limited/Interrupted Formal-Schooling Backgrounds. Anne
                                                                                P. Dahlman, Minnesota State University
   The Home Front: Women’s Writing, Education, and the Civil War.            Tales of Trauma: The Immigrant and Refugee Experience in an
                                                                                Inner-City School in Toronto. Grace Feuerverger, University of
   The Story Untold: Understanding the Life Stories of Six African-             Toronto
      American Women. Lowell Kent Davis, Indiana University                  Who Really Wants “The Poor, the Tired, and the Huddled Masses”
   Dual Emancipations: Constructing Modern Spaces for Women’s                   Anyway? Individualized Responses of Teachers to Refugee
      Lives as Teachers in Black Schools, 1861-1876. Ronald E.                  Students in Public School Classrooms. Kevin C. Roxas, Michigan
      Butchart, University of Georgia                                           State University
Discussant: Mary Rose McCarthy, Pace University                           Discussant: Vivian Louie, Harvard Graduate School of Education
21.030. Resisting Racialized Identities. Division G-Social Context of     21.033. Spatial Analyses of Educational Inequality: Examining
      Education                                                                  Evidence on Race, Class, Power, and Place in Public Schools.
      Hyatt, Grand Suite 5, East Tower - Gold Level                              Division G-Social Context of Education
      4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                         Hyatt, Burnham, West Tower - Silver Level
Chair: Jite Eferakorho, Indiana University - Purdue University -                 4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                          Chair:
Participants:                                                             Participants:
   Managing Whiteness: Racialized Performances and Pedagogies                Urban/Suburban Differences in High School Attainment, 1940-
       of “Successful” White Teachers in Predominantly Black                     1980. John L. Rury, University of Kansas
       Classrooms. Heather A. Harding, Annenberg Institute for School
       Reform                                                                   Prophecy: A Spatial Analysis of “Urban Education” in New York
   Critical Racial Awareness, Racialized Aspects of School Culture,             City. Amy Stuart Wells, Teachers College, Columbia University;
       and Academic Achievement: Listening to the Voices of Black               Janelle T. Scott, New York University; Jacquelyn Nely Duran,
       High School Students. Daren Graves, Simmons College                      Teachers College, Columbia University
   “Proving Myself”: Countering Stereotype Threat in a Predominantly         Disinvesting in Alameda Corridor High Schools: A Historical
       White High School. Dorinda Joy Carter, Michigan State                    Spatial Analysis of the Impact of Changing Demographics on
       University                                                               Public High Schools Along the Alameda Corridor. Daniel Gilbert
   Whose Life Is It? Cultural Models of Self-Determination. David W             Solorzano, University of California - Los Angeles; Veronica Nelly
       Leake, University of Hawai’i - Manoa                                     Velez, University of California - Los Angeles
Discussant: Dorinda Joy Carter, Michigan State University                    The Spatial Politics of School Finance in Metropolitan Connecticut,
                                                                                1945-2005. Elisabeth Pennington, Trinity College; Emily Steel,
21.031. Rethinking Language and Literacy Learning in Globalized
                                                                                Trinity College; Jack Dougherty, Trinity College - Hartford
       Contexts. Division G-Social Context of Education
                                                                          Discussants:                                           ; Mary Pattillo,
       Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section A, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                             Northwestern University
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
Chair: Wan Shun Eva Lam, Northwestern University                          21.034. Improving Quality of Reporting: Editors’ Perspectives.
Participants:                                                                    Division I-Education in the Professions
   Changing Communicative Relationships, Revised Pedagogical                     Marriott, Avenue Ballroom, Fourth Floor
       Priorities. Suresh Canagarajah, Baruch College                            4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
   Language, Literacy, and Learning With Transnational-Diaspora           Chair: Georges Bordage, University of Illinois
       Media. Wan Shun Eva Lam, Northwestern University; Enid             Participants: Geoffrey R. Norman, McMaster University; Jack R .
       Rosario, Northwestern University                                      Lohmann, Georgia Institute of Technology; Jerry A. Colliver,
   Translocal Hip-Hop Music, Cantonese Verbal Art, Informal                  Southern Illinois University; Carol J. Burger, Virginia Polytechnic
       Literacies, and Critical Public Pedagogies. Angel Lin, Chinese        Institute and State University
       University of Hong Kong                                            Discussant: David A. Cook, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
   Multiliteracies, Identity, and “Pop-Cosmopolitanism” in Online
                                                                          21.035. Advancing Women in Science and Engineering. Division
                           Rebecca Black, University of California -
                                                                                 J-Postsecondary Education
       Irvine
                                                                                 Marriott, Dupage, Third Floor
   Local Articulations in Transcultural Communication Environments.
                                                                                 4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
       Steven Thorne, Pennsylvania State University
                                                                          Chair: Abigail J. Stewart, University of Michigan
Discussants: Carmen Luke, University of Queensland; Michele Knobel,
                                                                          Participants: Ruth Dyer, Kansas State University; Beth Montelone,
   Montclair State University
                                                                             Kansas State University; Diana Bilimoria, Case Western Reserve
21.032. Refugees and Schooling: Resiliencies and Traumas. Division           University; Danielle LaVaque-Manty, University of Michigan; Janet
      G-Social Context of Education                                          Malley, University of Michigan
      Hyatt, Field, West Tower - Silver Level                             Discussant: Abigail J. Stewart, University of Michigan
      4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
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21.036. Analysis Using Large Data Sets. Division J-Postsecondary            Rowan University; Clifton F. Conrad, University of Wisconsin -
       Education                                                            Madison
       Marriott, Illinois, Sixth Floor                                   Discussant: Deborah F. Carter, University of Michigan
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
Chair: Angela Diane Bell, University of Georgia
                                                                                Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
Participants:
                                                                                Hyatt, San Francisco, West Tower - Gold Level
   Analyzing Trends in Higher Education Funding Using Curvilinear
                                                                                4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
       Regression. W. Paul Vogt, Illinois State University; Edward R.
                                                                         Participants:
       Hines, Illinois State University
   Institutional Characteristics and Degree Completion Across Student
                                                                               the Language Skills of Language Minority Students. Karen
       and College Types. Lisbeth Goble, Ann Person, James E.
                                                                               Patricia Harris, Kennesaw State University
       Rosenbaum, Northwestern University
   The Global Importance of the U.S. University Laboratory: A
                                                                               Achievement at the High School. Greg S. Goodman, Kathleen
       Network Analysis of University Patenting Activities. Margaret
       M. Clements, Indiana University
                                                                               Ellermeyer, Patricia Kolencik, John Colantonio, Marilyn Howe,
   Investments in Graduate and Professional Degree Education:
                                                                               Sonja Heeter, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
       Impacts on State Workforce Productivity Growth. Nasrin Fatima,
       EPI Canada
                                                                               Novice Teachers in Grades 3 to 5. Amanda Rabidue Bozack,
Discussant: Scott L. Thomas, University of Georgia
                                                                               Mary M. McCaslin, Thomas L. Good, University of Arizona
21.037. Are Institutional Graduation Rates Valid Measures of
       Community College Performance? Division J-Postsecondary
                                                                                Teacher Education. Division K-Teaching and Teacher
       Education
                                                                                Education
       Marriott, Huron, Tenth Floor
                                                                                Hyatt, Wright, West Tower - Silver Level
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                                4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
Chair: Thomas R. Bailey, Teachers College, Columbia University
                                                                         Chair: Andrew M. A. Allen, University of Windsor
Participants: Clifford Adelman,                           ; Laura
                                                                         Participants:
   Horn, MPR Associates, Inc.; Davis Jenkins, Community College
                                                                            Centering Social Justice and Equity in Action Research: Pedagogical
   Research Center, Teachers College, Columbia University
                                                                                Challenges for Teacher Educators. Kathryn G. Herr, Montclair
21.038. Assessment of Student Learning: The Gradebook and                       State University; Jeremy N. Price, Montclair State University
       Beyond. Division J-Postsecondary Education
       Marriott, Great America, Sixth Floor                                    Autoethnography in Teacher Education. Heewon Chang, Eastern
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                      University
Chair: Beverly G. Dyer, University of Alabama                               Culture and Classroom Management: Grounded Theory From a
Participants:                                                                  High-Poverty, Predominately African-American Elementary
                                                                               School. Diane B. Marks, University of Florida
      Excellent? Sean W. Mulvenon, Michael Miller, Dan Ferritor, Jon        Revisiting Multiculturalisms: Ethnographic and Autobiographic
      Johnson, University of Arkansas                                          Research on Subjectivities, Personal Narratives, and Teacher
   Leadership and Learning to Build Collaborative Assessment:                  Education. Valerie F. Kinloch, Teachers College, Columbia
      Common Sense, Craft, and Research-Oriented Approaches.                   University; En-Shu Liao, Teachers College, Columbia University
      Dianne C. Gardner, Illinois State University                       Discussant: Lee A. Bell, Barnard College
   Contradictions of Assessment for Learning in Higher Education.
                                                                         21.043. Conceptualizing and Empirically Investigating
      Steinar Kvale, University of Aarhus
                                                                                Transformative Professional Development. Division K-
   Sources of Agreement and Disagreement in PhD Thesis
                                                                                Teaching and Teacher Education
      Examination. Allyson P. Holbrook, Sidney F. Bourke, Terry
                                                                                Hyatt, Acapulco, West Tower - Gold Level
      Lovat, Hedy Margaret Fairbairn, University of Newcastle
                                                                                4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
Discussant:
                                                                         Chair: Jennie A. Whitcomb, University of Colorado - Boulder
21.039. Qualitative Longitudinal Findings on Effects of Teaching-        Participants: Daniel Liston, Kimberly Bunning, Laura L. Aachey Susan
       Related Professional Development on STEM Doctoral                    Jurow, Kathryn L. Byrnes, Kimberly E. Geil, University of Colorado
       Students and Postdocs. Division J-Postsecondary Education            - Boulder
       Marriott, Kansas City, Fifth Floor                                Discussants:                                   ; Hilda Borko,
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                   University of Colorado - Boulder; Carol R. Rodgers, State
Chair: Norman L. Webb, University of Wisconsin - Madison                    University of New York - Albany
Participants: Susan B. Millar, Mark R. Connolly, Jana Bouwma-
                                                                         21.044. Designing Teacher Learning to Develop Literacies in the
   Gearhart, Shihmei Barger, University of Wisconsin - Madison
                                                                                Academic Disciplines. Division K-Teaching and Teacher
Discussant: Ann E. Austin, Michigan State University
                                                                                Education
21.040. Research Across the Color Line: Challenges and                          Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section G, East Tower - Gold Level
       Opportunities. Division J-Postsecondary Education                        4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
       Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section H - Fifth Floor               Chair: Ruth Schoenbach, WestEd
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                Participants:
Participants: Marybeth Gasman, University of Pennsylvania; Rachelle         Building Teacher Capacity for Responsive Teaching of Disciplinary
   Winkle Wagner, University of Pennsylvania;                  ,                Literacies Through Strategic Inquiry Engagements. Cynthia L.
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      Greenleaf, WestEd; Ruth Schoenbach, WestEd                               No One Said There Would Be Days Like This: Preparing Preservice
   Disciplinary Literacy: Cognitive Apprenticeship for Secondary                  Teachers for the Realities of Urban Teaching. Nasiah Cirincione-
      School Teachers and Students. Lauren B. Resnick, Gaea                       Ulezi, Chicago State University
      Leinhardt, Anthony Robert Petrosky, University of Pittsburgh             The Realities of Inclusion in Urban Settings. Carl Lawson, Chicago
   Becoming What We Are Not Yet: The Development of Teacher                       State University
      Expertise to Work With Adolescent English Learners. Aida                 Thinking Versus Remembering: Preparing Minority Student
      Walqui, WestEd                                                              Teachers Through an Inquiry-Based Program. Lynne El-Amin
Discussant: Judith Warren Little, University of California - Berkeley             Waheed, Chicago State University
                                                                               Assessing Teacher Education Programs for Urban Schools. Jerald L.
21.045. Engaging Learning Ecologies With Technology: Perceptions
                                                                                  Henderson, Chicago State University
       and Use of Time, Space, Digital Stories, and Technologies.
       Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education                            21.048. Preparing Teachers for Dialectally Diverse Classrooms
       Hyatt, Stetson Conference Center, Suite E, West Tower - Purple              Through Sociolinguistic Approaches. Division K-Teaching and
       Level                                                                       Teacher Education
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                          Hyatt, Horner, West Tower - Silver Level
Chair: Joan E. Hughes, University of Minnesota                                     4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
Participants:                                                               Participants:
   Beginning Teachers’ Technology Use: First-Year Teacher                      Learning From Teaching: Effective Professional Development for
       Development and the Institutional Context of New Teachers’                  Sociolinguistic Diversity. Julie Sweetland, Stanford University/
       Instructional Technology Use. Jon M. Clausen, Ball State                    Center City Consortium
       University                                                              “My Dog Name Is Bear”: How to Foster Mainstream Literacy in the
   How Preservice Teachers Perceive Their ICT Competencies. Ruth                   Dialectally Diverse Classroom.
                                                                                   University
                                                                               Bridging Community and School Dialects: Linguistics-Based
      Teachers’ Technophobia. Arzu Arikan, Anadolu University                      Teacher Professional Development in a Dialectally Diverse High
   Teaching With Technology: Does Teaching Experience Matter?                      School. Amanda J. Godley, University of Pittsburgh
      Jessica Erin Vick, University of Maryland; Roger Azevedo,             Discussant: Angela E. Rickford, San José State University
                             ; Neil Hofman, University of Maryland
                                                                            21.049. Preparing Teachers for English Language Learners:
   The Critical Mythology of Teacher Education. Stefanie K. Kendall,
                                                                                   Building on Students’ Funds of Knowledge. Division K-
      Michigan State University; H James Garrett, Michigan State
                                                                                   Teaching and Teacher Education
      University
                                                                                   Hyatt, Hong Kong, West Tower - Gold Level
   Understanding Technology Adoption in Schools: A Social Approach.
                                                                                   4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
      Bo Yan, Michigan State University
                                                                            Chair: M. Beatriz Arias, Arizona State University
   Web 2.0: What Is It and How Can It Apply to Teaching and Teacher
                                                                            Participants:
      Preparation?
                                                                               Sociocultural Framework for Teachers Working With ELLs. M.
Discussant: Chrystalla Mouza, University of Delaware
                                                                                   Beatriz Arias, Arizona State University
21.046. Grow Your Own Teachers in Illinois: Community                          University School Partnerships That Support Student Teachers.
       Resources at Work in Local Schools. Division K-Teaching and                 Alexandria Terese Estrella, Arizona State University
       Teacher Education                                                       Novice Teachers Learning to Teach ELLs. Nancy Murri, Arizona
       Funston Elementary School, Community Center                                 State University
       4:05 pm to 7:35 pm                                                      Coaching Student Teachers for ELLs. Erminda Garcia, Isaac School
Chair: Mark R. Warren, Harvard Graduate School of Education                        District
Participants:                                                               Participants: M. Beatriz Arias, Arizona State University; Alexandria
   Funds of Knowledge as a Basis for Producing High-Quality                    Terese Estrella, Arizona State University; Erminda Garcia, Isaac
       Teachers. Joanna Brown, Logan Square Neighborhood                       School District; Nancy Murri, Arizona State University
       Association                                                          Discussant: Eugene E. Garcia, Arizona State University
   School Research Demonstrates the Need for GYO Teachers. Diana
                                                                            21.050. Tight but Loose: Scaling Up Teacher Professional
                                                                                   Development in Diverse Contexts. Division K-Teaching and
   The Evolution of GYO Teachers Illinois. Anne Hallett, Grow Your
                                                                                   Teacher Education
                                                                                   Hyatt, Columbus Hall, Section I, East Tower - Gold Level
   GYO Students at the University: A Network of Mutual Support.
                                                                                   4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
       Elizabeth A. Skinner, Chicago State University
                                                                            Chair:
Participants: Luis C. Moll, University of Arizona; Angela Mojekwu,
                                                                            Participants:
                    ; Maureen Gilette, Northeastern Illinois University;
                                                                               Tight but Loose: A Conceptual Framework for School Reform.
   Brian D. Schultz, Northeastern Illinois University
                                                                                                             ; Dylan R. Wiliam, Institute of
21.047. Preparing Minority Students for Urban Teaching. Division                   Education, University of London
       K-Teaching and Teacher Education                                        Teachers Driving Innovation in Assessment for Learning. Diane
       Hyatt, McCormick, West Tower - Silver Level                                 Mardy, HoHoKus, NJ School District; Laura D. Goe, ETS
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                      Keeping Learning on Track as a State-Sponsored Pilot Project. Gail
Chair: Cathryn Busch, Chicago State University                                                                              ; Cynthia Tocci, ETS
Participants:                                                                  Letting Go of the Reins: Learning About Scalability in the Context
   Urban Student Teaching: A Look at Inequity. Timothy Harrington,                 of One Districtwide Implementation. Maureen Gannon, Math
       Chicago State University
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                                                   ; Donna Cleland,         21.054. Challenges, Practices, and Contexts for Dual Immersion
                                                        ; Christine                Programs. SIG-Bilingual Education Research
      Lyon, ETS                                                                    Swissôtel, Grand Ballroom, Section I - Ballroom Level
   Keeping Learning on Track in New Teacher Induction. Jeff Maher,                 4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
      St. Mary’s County Public Schools; Dylan R. Wiliam, Institute of       Chair: Margarita Gonzalez, University of California - Santa Barbara
      Education, University of London                                       Participants:
   Keeping Learning on Track in an Urban District’s Low-Performing             Integration in Two-Way Immersion Education: Equalizing
      Schools.                                                                                                        Ester J. Dejong, University
      District;                                                                    of Florida; Elizabeth R. Howard, Harvard Graduate School of
   Scaling Up Across Diverse Contexts: Lessons Learned From Five                   Education
      Implementations of Keeping Learning on Track. Judith Z.                  Promoting Tolerance Among White and Latino Students:
      Ellsworth, University of Wyoming; Laura D. Goe, ETS; Dawn
      Leusner, ETS                                                                Bilingual Program. Annette M. Daoud, California State
Discussant: Michael Fullan, University of Toronto                                 University - San Marcos;
                                                                                  State University - San Marcos
21.051. California School Finance and Governance: Getting Down
                                                                               Sustaining Dual-Language Programs: One Model School. Iliana
       to Facts. Division L-Educational Policy and Politics
                                                                                  Alanis, University of Texas - San Antonio; Mariela A. Rodriguez,
       Sheraton, Colorado, Level 2
                                                                                  University of Texas - San Antonio
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
Participants: Michael W. Kirst, Stanford University; Dominic J.
                                                                                  Lessons From a Dual-Immersion Program. Higinia Torres
   Brewer, University of Southern California; Susanna Loeb, Stanford
                                                                                  Rimbau, University of St. Thomas
   University
                                                                               Toward an Expanded Understanding of Two-Way Bilingual
Discussant: Marshall S. Smith, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
                                                                                  Immersion Education. Sharon A. Reyes, Loyola University -
21.052. Intentions and Tensions of Accountability Under No Child                  Chicago; Trina Lynn Vallone, Trinity Christian College
       Left Behind. Division L-Educational Policy and Politics              Discussant: Rafael Lara-Alecio, Texas A&M University
       Sheraton, Huron, Level 2
                                                                            21.055. Cooperative Learning K-12. SIG-Cooperative Learning:
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                                   Theory, Research and Practice
Chair:
                                                                                   Swissôtel, Grand Ballroom, Section II - Ballroom Level
Participants:
                                                                                   4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
   State Accountability Trends Under NCLB. Ellen E. Forte, EdCount,
                                                                            Chair: Laurie Stevahn, Seattle University
       LLC
                                                                            Participants:
                                                                               Closing the Achievement Gap Through CLAD: Collaborative
         Support for Improvement. Kerstin A. Carlson Le Floch, Jennifer
                                                                                   Learning Assessment Through Dialogue. E. Frank Fitch,
                                                                                   University of Cincinnati, Clermont College; Kathleen M. Hulgin,
        Christine L. Padilla, SRI International
                                                                               Effects of Cooperative Learning on Elementary School Students’
      Accountability and Classroom Practices.
                                                                                  Achievement: A Meta-Analysis. Cary James Roseth, David W.
                                                                                  Johnson, Roger T. Johnson, Fang Fang, Caroline Lual Hilk,
Discussants: Margaret E. Goertz, University of Pennsylvania; Xavier
                                                                                  Michelle A. Fleming, University of Minnesota
   Botana, Chicago Public Schools
                                                                               Fostering a Collaborative Knowledge-Building Culture:
21.053. Perspectives on the Adequacy and Equity of State School                                                    Hyo-Jeong So, Nanyang
       Funding. Division L-Educational Policy and Politics                        Technological University
       Sheraton, Erie, Level 2                                                 Constructive Controversy: A Means to Increase Moral Development.
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                         Michelle L. Tichy, St. Norbert College
Chair: James W. Guthrie, Vanderbilt University
Participants:                                                                     Organizers and Question Generation.
   Estimating the Adequacy of School District Facilities: Evidence                Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
       From Michigan. David D. Arsen, Michigan State University;            Discussant: James M. Mitchell, California State University - East Bay
       Thomas Davis, Michigan State University
                                                                            21.056. Against the Tyranny of Standardization: A Rethinking
   Vertical Equity and Adequacy in K-12 Finance and Costs of
                                                                                   School Review of Three Critical Literacy Initiatives in Public
       Improving Matriculation to Two- and Four-Year Colleges Across
                                                                                   School Settings. SIG-Critical Educators for Social Justice
       Educational Settings and Children. Bruce D. Baker, University of
                                                                                   Marriott, Indiana, Sixth Floor
       Kansas; Scott L. Thomas, University of Georgia
                                                                                   4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
   Balancing Equity and Local Control in the Wisconsin Educational
                                                                            Participants:
       Funding System, 1970-2005. Deb Gurke, University of Wisconsin
                                                                               La Escuela Fratney: Critical Literacy Within a Multicultural,
       - Madison
                                                                                   Antiracist Curriculum. Rita Tenorio, La Escuela Fratney,
   Reconciling State Aid and Property Tax Relief for Urban Schools:
                                                                                   Milwaukee, WI
       Birthing a New STAR in New York State. Kieran M. Killeen,
                                                                               The “Tech Squad” at W.E.B. Du Bois High School - Student
       University of Vermont; Tae Ho Eom, Rutgers, The State
                                                                                   Reporters Take on Social Justice Issues. Larry Miller, W.E.B. Du
       University of New Jersey
                                                                                   Bois High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Discussant: Douglas N. Harris, University of Wisconsin - Madison
                                                                               An Overview of the Struggle for Critical Literacy Instruction in
                                                                                   Public Schools. Wayne Au, University of Wisconsin - Madison
                                                       Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                          117


   “The Roving Readers” - Parental Empowerment Through Enriching          21.060. State of the States and Provinces, 2007. SIG-Fiscal Issues,
     Literacy Instruction. David Paul Levine, University of North                Policy and Education Finance
                                                                                 Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section F - Fifth Floor
                                                                                 4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
21.057. Negotiating Race and Class in a Middle School Context:
                                                                          Chair: Catherine C. Sielke, University of Georgia
       1980-2006. SIG-Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class,
                                                                          Participants: Michael F. Addonizio, Wayne State University; Jack
       and Gender in Education
                                                                             G. Blendinger,                               ; Mary L. Boscardin,
       Marriott, McHenry, Third Floor
                                                                             University of Massachusetts - Amherst;                   , University
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                             of Rochester;                     , University of Wisconsin -
Chair:
                                                                             Milwaukee; Karen DeMoss, University of New Mexico; Merle J.
Participants:
                                                                             Farrier, University of Montana; Lawrence S. Getzler, Virginia
   “We Shouldn’t Rest on Our Laurels”: Class and Race in the 1980
                                                                                                                   ; Carolyn D. Herrington,
       Anderson School. Diana T. Slaughter Defoe, University of
                                                                             University of Missouri - Columbia; Patrice Iatarola, Florida State
       Pennsylvania
                                                                             University;                            , University of Kentucky;
   Effecting Organizational Change Favoring Racial Diversity: Critical
                                                                             Barbara Y. Lacost, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Jeff Maiden,
       Change Agent Seeks Consensus. Carol Ann Stowe, Columbia
                                                                                                      ; William J. Mathis, Rutland Northeast
       College - Chicago
                                                                             Schools;                      , North Carolina Agricultural and
   From Silence to Speech: Making Space for Cross-Racial Dialogue
                                                                             Technical State University; Gary Peevely, Tennessee State
       in School. Cory Stutts, Ancona Montessori School
                                                                             University; Frank Peters, University of Alberta;                      ,
   “It’s About Race... No It Isn’t!” Politics of Silence and Con/
                                                                             University of Southern California; Margaret L. Plecki, University
       Divergent Voices Constructing Youth Identities. Enora R. Brown,
                                                                             of Washington; Gary W. Ritter, University of Arkansas; David L.
       DePaul University
                                                                             Silvernail, University of Southern Maine; Scott R. Sweetland,
Discussants: Barbara L. Schneider, Michigan State University; Adah L.
                                                                             State University; Deborah A. Verstegen, University of Nevada;
                                                                             Linda R. Vogel, University of Northern Colorado
21.058. Challenges to Community: Lessons Learned? SIG-Critical
                                                                          21.061. Perspectives on Latino Education. SIG-Hispanic Research
       Perspectives on Early Childhood Education
                                                                                 Issues
       Sheraton, Mississippi, Level 2
                                                                                 Marriott, Cook, Third Floor
       4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
                                                                                 4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
Participants:
                                                                          Chair:
   Access Interrupted: Exploring the Social Organization of
                                                                          Participants:
       Community-Based Early Learning Programs. Rosamund
                                                                             Resistance and Resilience: The Stories of Veteran Chicana Teacher
       Kathryn Stooke, Simon Fraser University; Pamela J. McKenzie,
                                                                                 Activists. Joyce H. Burstein, California State University
                                     ; Suzanne Smythe, University of
                                                                                 - Northridge; Theresa Montano, California State University -
       British Columbia
                                                                                 Northridge
   Developing a Sense of Community: A Critical Look at a Cross-
                                                                             “This Is America and in America, We Speak English”: Linguistic
       Cultural, Cross-National Early Childhood Center. Diane E. Lang,
                                                                                 Exclusion and Educational Denial. Martha A. Montero-Sieburth,
       Manhattanville College
                                                                                 University of Massachusetts - Boston
   The Community Standard: Exploring the Disciplinary Power of
                                                                             Methodological and Conceptual Challenges in Studies of Mexican-
       Classroom Community Ideals in Early Childhood. Debora B.
                                                                                 American Fathers.                                            ;
       Wisneski, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Discussant: Valerie Polakow, Eastern Michigan University
                                                                             Preparing Teachers to Succeed With Latino Students and Families:
21.059. New Faculty, New Universities, New Roles: Responding to                 Liberating Literacy Despite Oppressive Mandates. Myriam N.
       Changing Expectations. SIG-Faculty Teaching, Evaluation and              Torres, New Mexico State University
       Development                                                        Discussant: Toni Griego-Jones, University of Arizona
       Inter-Continental, Burnham, Eighth Floor
                                                                          21.062. Tools and Practice in Blended Learning Environments.
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                                 SIG-Instructional Technology
Chair: Suzanne Young, University of Wyoming
                                                                                 Inter-Continental, Holabird, Eighth Floor
Participants:
                                                                                 4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                          Chair: Gayle V. Davidson-Shivers, University of South Alabama
      Demands, and Values. Barbara J. Johnson, Jackson State
                                                                          Participants:
      University
                                                                             Understanding Effective Facilitation of Learning in a Blended
   Faculty Socialization Through a Learning Community. Rod Rock,
                                                                                 Model of Instruction: The West Virginia Virtual Spanish
      Saginaw Intermediate School District
                                                                                 Program. Maura J. Pereira, Indiana University; Kay Sloan,
   Improving Quality by Improving Learning in Education in
                                                                                 Rockman Et Al
      Postapartheid South Africa.
                                                                             Promoting a Synchronous Audio Interaction in a Blended Course.
                              ; Ana Naidoo, Nelson Mandela
                                                                                 Yun Jeong Park, Indiana University; Curtis J. Bonk, Indiana
                              ; Jean E. McNiff, St. Mary’s University
                                                                                 University
      College
   Supporting Pretenure Faculty Through a Faculty Development
                                                                                of Web-Enhanced Tools in Science Classrooms. Minchi Kim,
      Program. Melissa J. Luna, Northwestern University; Gregory J.
                                                                                New York University;
      Light, Northwestern University
Discussant: Harriet R. Morrison, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community
   College
118                                                     Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007


   Optional Use of Lecture Resources: Resource Use, Examination               Encounters of Ethos: Students’ Experiences With the Chinese Film
      Performance, and Attendance. Mark D. Grabe, University of                  “To Live”.                                      ; Carola Conle,
      North Dakota                                                               University of Toronto
Discussant: Karen P. Swan, Kent State University                              Stories That Boys Tell: What Visual Narratives Can Reveal About
                                                                                 Schooling and Masculinities.
21.063. Academic Performance of Students in Developing
                                                                                 Immaculate College
       Countries Not Participating in International Testing: East
                                                                              The Use of Animated Sketches in Constructing Narratives of
       Timor, India, Honduras, and Guatemala. SIG-International
                                                                                 Geometry Teaching. Wendy Rose Aaron, University of Michigan;
       Studies
                                                                                 Patricio G. Herbst, University of Michigan
       Sheraton, Ohio, Level 2
                                                                           Discussant: Thomas E. Barone, Arizona State University
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
Chair:                                                                     21.067. Decolonization and Qualitative Inquiry. SIG-Qualitative
Participants:                                                                     Research
   Timor-Leste Education: From Independence to Sustained                          Inter-Continental, Renaissance Ballroom, Fifth Floor
       Improvement. Pete G. Goldschmidt, University of California                 4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
       - Los Angeles                                                       Chair: Elsa M. Gonzalez Y Gonzalez, Texas A&M University
   Improving Secondary Education in India. Christy Kim Boscardin,          Participants:
       University of California - Los Angeles                                 When Data Analysis Goes Awry: Decolonizing Qualitative Research
   A Study of Grade 3 Students in Honduras: From the Perspectives of              in Transnational Contexts. Kakali Bhattacharya, University of
       Students, Teachers, and Principals. Jia Wang, Public Works, Inc.
   Equity and Student Achievement in Guatemala. Marjorie H. Chinen,           “Spanish Is a Loving Tongue ...”: Performing Qualitative Research
       University of California - Los Angeles; Motoaki Hara, University          Across Languages, A Performance Piece. Yvonna S. Lincoln,
       of California - Los Angeles                                               Elsa M. Gonzalez Y Gonzalez, Carmen Aroztegui-Massera, Texas
Discussant: Kin Bing Wu, The World Bank                                          A&M University
                                                                              Toward Performance Methodology: Crafting Research Tools
21.064. The John Dewey Society Annual Lecture: Is Culture
                                                                                 From Local Knowledge.
       Responsible? Jane Addams Calls It to Account. SIG-John
                                                                                 Wilhelm Van Rensburg, Sarah Johanna Gravett, University of
       Dewey Society
                                                                                 Johannesburg
       Fairmont, Gold Room, Second Level
       4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
                                                                                 Research. Dalia Rodriguez, Syracuse University
Chair: Larry A. Hickman, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
                                                                           Discussant:
Participant: Charlene Haddock Seigfried, Purdue University
                                                                           21.068. Research in Social Studies Preservice and Inservice Teacher
21.065. Moral Reasoning. SIG-Moral Development and Education
                                                                                  Education. SIG-Research in Social Studies Education
       Marriott, Halsted, Fourth Floor
                                                                                  Hyatt, Plaza Ballroom, Section A, East Tower - Green Level
       4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
                                                                                  4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
Chair: Victor Battistich, University of Missouri - St. Louis
                                                                           Chair: S. G. Grant, State University of New York - Buffalo
Participants:
                                                                           Participants:
   The Relationships Among Moral Judgment Development,
                                                                              Correlates of Globalmindedness Among Elementary and Secondary
       Developmental Phase, and Intermediate Concepts.
                                                                                  Teacher Candidates. Toni Fuss Kirkwood-Tucker, Florida
       Thoma, University of Alabama; Muriel J. Bebeau, University of
                                                                                  Atlantic University; John D. Morris, Florida Atlantic University
       Minnesota
                                                                              Framing Inquiry: A Case Study of Experienced Social Studies
   Strengths and Weaknesses of the MJT: An Examination of Its Use
                                                                                  Teachers Conducting Teacher Research. Meghan M. McGlinn
       With Samples in the United States. Robert J. Colesante, Siena
       College; Donald A. Biggs, Siena College
                                                                              Preparing Social Studies Teachers for the Middle Level: Promise
   The Effect of Affect: Exploring the Relevance of Sadness and
                                                                                 and Problems in Two Divergent Pathways. Hilary Gehlbach
       Anger to Macromoral Reasoning and Judgment. William Pitt
                                                                                 Conklin, University of Georgia
       Derryberry, Western Kentucky University; Brian David Barger,
                                                                              Supports and Struggles in Teaching for Social Justice: Implications
       Western Kentucky University; Jeff Brooks, Indiana University
                                                                                 for Social Studies Teacher Educators. Rahima C. Wade,
       - South Bend; Ryan Mulvaney, Kentucky Wesleyan College
                                                                                 University of Iowa
   Effects of Service Learning on the Moral Reasoning of College
                                                                           Discussant: Jada Kohlmeier, Auburn University
       Students. James M. Lies, University of Minnesota; Tonia Bock,
       University of St. Thomas; Jay William Brandenberger, University     21.069. Understanding Physical Education: Perspectives of
       of Notre Dame                                                              Teachers and Principals. SIG-Research on Learning and
Discussant: Carla R. Monroe, University of Georgia                                Instruction in Physical Education
                                                                                  Marriott, Kane, Third Floor
21.066. Artistic Representations in Visual Narrative. SIG-Narrative
                                                                                  4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
       and Research
                                                                           Chair:
       Inter-Continental, King Arthur Court, Third Floor
                                                                           Participants:
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                              Barriers to Teacher Engagement With Curricula and Students.
Chair: Vera F. Caine, University of Alberta
                                                                                  Pamela H Kulinna, Arizona State University; Donetta J.
Participants:
                                                                                  Cothran, Indiana University; Deirdra Bycura, Arizona State
   Beating the Odds: “Storying” the Journey to Higher Education.
                                                                                  University; Char Darst, Arizona State University; Rachelle
       Jessica Geier, University of Texas - Austin;
                                                                                  Jones, Arizona State University
       University of Massachusetts
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   Folk Dance and Geography as Interdisciplinary Subject Matter: A                Margaux Brown, George Washington University
      Study of Negotiating Multiple-Cultural Communities. Inez C.           Discussant: Edward G. Fierros, Villanova University
      Rovegno, University of Alabama; Madeleine Gregg, University
                                                                            21.072. Spirituality in Teaching for Diversity and Equity in
      of Alabama
                                                                                   Secular Higher Education Settings: Interactive Session. SIG-
   Teachers’ Perspectives on the Qualities and Roles of an Effective
                                                                                   Spirituality and Education
      Mentor Teacher. Donetta J. Cothran, Indiana University; Nathan
                                                                                   Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section E - Fifth Floor
      A. McCaughtry, Wayne State University; Sarah Smigell, Wayne
                                                                                   4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
      State University; Alex C Garn, Indiana University; Pamela H
                                                                            Chair: Robert H. London, California State University - San Bernardino
      Kulinna, Arizona State University; Roberta E. Faust, Eastern
                                                                            Participants: Elizabeth Tisdell, Pennsylvania State University
      Michigan University; Jeffrey Martin, Wayne State University
                                                                               - Harrisburg; Laura I. Rendon, Iowa State University; Riyad
Discussant: Catherine D. Ennis, University of Maryland
                                                                               Shahjahan,
21.070. Collaboration and Cooperation in Self-Study Research: The
                                                                            21.073. Robust Methods in Structural Equation Modeling. SIG-
       Conversation Continues. SIG-Self-Study of Teacher Education
                                                                                   Structural Equation Modeling
       Practices
                                                                                   Marriott, Bucktown, Second Floor
       Inter-Continental, Exchange, Eleventh Floor
                                                                                   4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
       4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
                                                                            Chair: Rachel T. Fouladi, Simon Fraser University
Chair: Mary P. Manke, University of Wisconsin - River Falls
                                                                            Participants:
Participants:
                                                                               Testing Latent Variable Interactions Under the Condition of Latent
   Creating the Invisible Researcher: A Drama of Collaborative Self-
                                                                                   Variable Nonnormality: Applying Mattson’s Method. Shaojing
       Study. Cynthia Ann Lassonde, Carolyn Frances Chryst, Zanna
                                                                                   Sun, Timothy R. Konold, Xitao Fan, University of Virginia
                                                                               New Structural Equation Modeling Method With Ordinal and
   Exploring Teaching, Learning, and Learning to Teach in Urban
                                                                                   Continuous Data Based on Maximum Pairwise Likelihood.
      Settings Through Collaborative Conversations. Francine P.
                                                                                   Juanmei Liu, University of California - Los Angeles; Peter M.
      Peterman, Cleveland State University
                                                                                   Bentler, University of California - Los Angeles
   Personal, Institutional, and Collective Self-Study: What Did We
                                                                               A Comparison of Three Techniques for Estimating Covariance
      Learn About the Impact of Our Preservice Teacher Education
                                                                                   Structures With Nonnormal Data. Christine DiStefano,
      Program Through Longitudinal Research? Clare M. Kosnik,
                                                                                   University of South Carolina; Michael Seaman, University of
      University of Toronto;
                                                                                   South Carolina
   Take Two: Meaningful Collaboration That Is Not Consensus or
                                                                               A Structural Equation Model for Testing Whether Data Are Missing
      Even Consensus-Seeking: A Self-Study of Professional Learning.
                                                                                   Completely at Random. Craig K. Enders, Felix Thoemmes,
      Christine L. Canning, University of Northern Iowa; Jennifer
      Johnson, Augustana College; Linda M. Fitzgerald, University of
                                                                               A Numerical Approach to the Categorization Effect on the Moments
      Northern Iowa; Catherine M. Miller, University of Northern Iowa
                                                                                  Estimates of the SEM Indicators. Jaehwa Choi, George
   Takin’ It to the Streets: A Collaborative Self-Study of Field-Based
                                                                                  Washington University; Gregory R. Hancock, University of
      Teacher Education. Jason K. Ritter, University of Georgia; Dave
                                                                                  Maryland
      Powell, University of Georgia; Todd S. Hawley, TheUniversity of
                                                                            Discussant:
      Geogria
Discussant: Kathryn M. Benson, Southern Arkansas University                 21.074. Students Learning With Technology: New Considerations.
                                                                                   SIG-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and
21.071. Characteristics of and Services for Students With
                                                                                   Learning
       Disabilities. SIG-Special Education Research
                                                                                   Marriott, Iowa, Sixth Floor
       Swissôtel, William Tell Theatre, Second Floor
                                                                                   4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                            Chair:
Participants:
                                                                            Participants:
   Educational Experiences and Persistence in High School Among
                                                                               Who Needs Textbooks? Exploring Reading and Writing Through
       Individuals With Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Cheryll A.
                                                                                   Multiple Literacies. Melda N Yildiz, Gerri Mongillo, Kathleen
                                                                                   Malu, Salika Lawrence, William Paterson University
                                                                               “Timber for President”: Adventure Learning and Motivation.
   Preschoolers and Elementary-Age Children With Disabilities:
                                                                                   Eric Riedel, Walden University; Aaron Doering, University of
      Similarities and Differences in Characteristics, Services, and
                                                                                   Minnesota; Cassandra Scharber, University of Minnesota; David
      Levels of Functioning. Elaine Carlson, Westat, Inc.; Jose
                                                                                   Ernst, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
      Blackorby, SRI International
                                                                               Technology Tools for Student Assessment: Preservice Teachers’
   Raising a Child With Intellectual Disabilities in Ethiopia: What
                                                                                   Knowledge, Beliefs, and Assessment Practices in a Senior-Year,
      Do Parents Say?                                              ;
                                                                                   Onsite Program. Jane L. Howland, University of Missouri; Judy
                                                               ; Ann I.
                                                                                   Wedman, University of Missouri
      Nevin, Florida International University
                                                                               Using a Weblog as a Portfolio Tool to Support Self-Regulated
                                                                                   Learning in Elementary School. Iolie Nicolaidou, Concordia
     Risk Youth. Mary-Elizabeth Glass, Cheryl Hanley-Maxwell,
                                                                                   University; Johannes Strobel, Concordia University
     Perry Thomas LaRoque, University of Wisconsin - Madison
                                                                            Discussant: Walter F. Heinecke, University of Virginia
   Working With Troubled Girls: A Synthesis of Quantitative Research
     and Results of Qualitative Analyses. Elisabeth K. Hess, George         21.075. TICL 1: Advances in Knowledge Representation. SIG-
     Washington University; Esther Merves, George Washington                      Technology, Instruction, Cognition & Learning
     University; Rebecca Metzger, Lower Marion Public Schools;
                                                                                  4:05 pm to 6:05 pm
120                                                      Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007


Chair:                                                                         4. Assessing Intercultural Communicative Competence (IC3)
Participants:                                                                      Through Action Research. Cathy Smeltzer Erb, Eastern
   Closing the Gap in Knowledge Representation: From High-                         Mennonite University; Daniel W. Wessner, Eastern Mennonite
       Level Conceptualizing in Instructional Science to Operational               University
       Instructional Systems.                                                  5. Competing Discourses: Preservice Action Research as a Scaffold
       Pennsylvania                                                                for Negotiating Student Teaching. Kevin M. Carr, George Fox
   The Role of Case-Based Reasoning in Ill-Structured Problem                      University
       Solving. David H. Jonassen, University of Missouri - Columbia           6. Individualized and Context-Based Assessment.
   The Use of Ontologies for eLearning Environments on the Semantic                Majake, Bulumko Senior Secondary School; Jean E. McNiff, St.
       Web. Gilbert Paquette, Tele-Universite                                      Mary’s University College
   Representing Growing Disposition Toward Participating in                    7. Investigating Educational Leadership Doctoral Candidates’
                           Janet L. Kolodner, Georgia Institute of                 Learning of Data-Driven Decisionmaking (DDDM). Art W.
       Technology                                                                  Bangert, Montana State University
21.076. Teacher Licensure Exam Performance and Student                      21.079. Division G, Section 4: Roundtable IV. Division G-Social
       Achievement. SIG-Test Validity Research and Evaluation                      Context of Education
       Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section D - Fifth Floor                         Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm                                                          Level
Chair: Herbert J. Walberg, University of Illinois - Chicago                        4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
Participants:                                                               Tables:
   Everyone’s Doing It, But What Does Teacher Testing Tell Us About            8. Intractable Difference, Strategic Essentialism, and Subversions
       Teacher Effectiveness? Dan Goldhaber, University of Washington              That Matter: What the Postcolonial Subaltern Can Offer to
                                                                                   Studies of Multiculturalism. Thu Suong Thi Nguyen, University
         Elementary Education. Joshua Boots, American Board for the                of Missouri - Columbia
                                                                               9. Parents and Students Exposing the Structural Inequalities of a
   Teacher Licensure Exams: ABCTE and ETS.                                         University. Alicia P. Rodriguez, University of Illinois - Urbana-
       Steven Glazerman, Gail Baxter, Mathematica Policy Research,                             ; Iris Carrillo, University of Illinois; Veronica Kann,
       Inc.                                                                        University of Illinois; Cathy Acevedo, University of Illinois
Participants: Dan Goldhaber, University of Washington; Duncan D.               10. The Construction of High School Space for Identity
            , Mathematica Policy Research; Joshua Boots, American                  Development Among Heterosexual and LBQ Women. Donna L.
                                                                                   Imhoff, Community College of Allegheny County
Discussants: Richard J. Tannenbaum, ETS; Drew H. Gitomer, ETS                  11. The Democratic Values of American Teachers.
                                                                                   Texas A&M University
21.077. Quality in Educational Administration and Management.
                                                                               12. The Israeli Educational System’s Response to Current Societal,
       Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and
                                                                                   Economic, and Political Changes. Miriam Ben-Peretz, University
       Management
                                                                                   of Haifa; Billie Eilam, University of Haifa
       Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Section G - Fifth Floor
                                                                               13. Title IX: An Examination of New Challenges to Gender Equality
       4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                                   in Athletics. Paul G Perrault, University of Michigan
Chair: Charles Webber, University of Calgary
                                                                               14. “Making Space” for Diverse Identities: Black Students’ Critical
Participants:
                                                                                   Responses to Accountability Reform. Lance Trevor McCready,
   Authentic Leadership: A Critique of Benevolent Authority. Erin
                                                                                  of Toronto; Terah T. Venzant, University of Illinois - Urbana-
      Feeling Good: How Far Can the Experience of the Public Health
         Sector Inform Change Management in Education? Summer
         Kenesson, University of Strathclyde                                21.080. Power and Resistance in Discourses About Children:
      The Risk of At-Risk Policy Processes: High-Stakes Accountability            Questions and Paradoxes. SIG-Critical Perspectives on Early
         in School Leadership. Michele Schmidt, Simon Fraser University           Childhood Education
                                                                                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
         Canada: Leadership Implications. Charles Webber, University of           Level
         Calgary; Bill Mulford, University of Tasmania                            4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
                                                                            Tables:
21.078. Action Research Paper Discussions 1. SIG-Action Research
                                                                               15. Child Beating, Ethics, and the Construction of “the Other”:
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                  Situating the Law From 1979 Against Child Beating in Some
      Level
                                                                                  Swedish Emancipating and Normalizing Discourses. Kajsa Elin
      4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
Tables:
                                                                               16. Countering the Standardization of Early Childhood Education.
   1. Action Research as Transitional Space for Preservice Teachers’
                                                                                                                                    ; Beth Smith
      Identity Construction.
                                                                                  Feger, University of Texas
   2. Action Research at the Center of Professional Development
                                                                               17. Global and Local Problematics of Vouchers: An Example of
      for Teachers of English Language Learners. Sarah Anderson,
                                                                                  Educational Reform Discourses Toward Educational Quality.
      Pamela R. Clinkenbeard, Anne Durst, University of Wisconsin
                                                                                  I-Fang Lee, Hong Kong Institute of Education
      - Whitewater
                                                                               18. Lessons in Power and Privilege: The Effects of Race and Social
   3. Action Research in a Preservice Teacher Education Program:
                                                                                  Class on Peer Relationships. Patricia G. Ramsey, Mount Holyoke
      Effects Over Time on Five Variables. Ron Zambo, Arizona State
                                                                                  College; Lauren Mednick, Mount Holyoke College
      University; Debby M. Zambo, Arizona State University
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   19. “To Leave Family or to Live with Family? That is Problem”:                                    ; Polly Hubbard, TERC; Marjorie Woodwell,
                                                                                 TERC
                                                                              34. Teacher Learning, Math Manipulatives, and Lesson Study: A
   20. Becoming Culturally Critically Conscious in an Urban Early                Collective Case Study. Laurel D. Puchner, Southern Illinois
      Childhood Setting. Miranda Lin, Florida State University                   University; Ann R. Taylor, Southern Illinois University; Barbara
   21. Quality Conversations: Rethinking Child-Adult Conversations
      as Aesthetic Experiences. Jeanne Marie Iorio, Teachers College,         35. Learning to Teach With Information Technology: Ten Preservice
      Columbia University                                                        Teachers’ Perspectives and Experiences Across Three Semesters.

      Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education                            21.083. Professional Development: The Effects on Teaching and
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold               Learning Content. Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
      Level                                                                      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      4:05 pm to 4:45 pm                                                         Level
Tables:                                                                          4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
   22. Teacher Research as a Habit of Mind. Gail V. Ritchie, George        Tables:
      Mason University                                                        36. Developing Communities of Practice Utilizing Lesson Study as
   23. Development and Validation of an Instrument to Assess the                 a Vehicle for Technology Integration. Janis Slater, University of
      Cultural Beliefs/Awareness of Urban Teachers. Patricia Fay                            ;
      Walter-Roberts, Prathiba Natesan, Texas A&M University;                 37. Immersion in a Developing Country and Its Effects on the
      Norvella P. Carter, Texas Southern University; Gwendolyn C.
      Webb-Johnson, Texas A&M University                                         and Change.
   24. Including Children With Disabilities in the World of Educational       38. Project ICAN: Linking Teachers and Students’ Conceptions
      Quality. Glenda C. Moss, Indiana University - Purdue University                                                             Norman G.
      - Fort Wayne; Jane M. Leatherman, Indiana University - Purdue              Lederman, Illinois Institute of Technology; Judith S. Lederman,
      University - Fort Wayne                                                    Illinois Institute of Technology; Byoung-Sug Kim, Roosevelt
   25. An Issue of Self-Agency: The Link Between Teacher                         University; Eun-Kyung Ko, Illinois Institute of Technology
      Professionalism and Adaptation to Change. Elizabeth A.                  39. The Effects of Teacher Development in Science on Student
      Truesdell, California State Polytechnic University                         Achievement. Rick Vanosdall, Tennessee State University; Larry
   26. Shared Journey: A Novice Teacher’s Struggle to Improve.                   V. Hedges, Northwestern University; Kathryn Sloane Weisbaum,
      Margaret Schmidt, Arizona State University; Jelani A. Canser,
      Mesa Public Schools                                                     40. The Impact of Long-Term Professional Development and
   27. The Ruby Payne Debate: A Case Study of a High School                      Systemic Reform on K-16 Science Teaching and Learning.
      Implementing the Ruby Payne Framework. Beth Hatt, Illinois                 Margaret Gail Shroyer, Teresa Northern Miller, Cecilia M
      State University; Valentine Walker, Normal Community West                  Hernandez, Kansas State University
      High School
   28. Partnerships in Pedagogy: Refocusing Classroom Lenses. Geoff              on Teaching and Learning in Writing.
      Wake, University of Manchester;                                            Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
      Manchester; Andrew John Howes, University of Manchester                 42. The Role of Professional Development in Achieving Fidelity
                                                                                 of Implementation in a Literacy Intervention Program. Deanna
21.082. Professional Development: Lesson Study and Teacher
                                                                                 D. Birdyshaw, University of Michigan; Elizabeth Crowe, Phyllis
      Learning. Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
                                                                                 Underwood, Kay Wallace, Florida State University
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      Level                                                                21.084. Advanced Applications of Multilevel Modeling Techniques.
      4:05 pm to 4:45 pm                                                         SIG-Hierarchical Linear Modeling
Tables:                                                                          Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
   29. Beginning Teacher Sustainability: An Examination of Induction             Level
      and Enculturation Into the Profession. Lorenzo Cherubini, Brock            4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
      University; Louis M. Volante, Brock University                       Tables:
   30. Contextualization and Adaptation of Japanese Lesson Study:             1. A Multivariate, Multilevel Growth-Curve Analysis of Gender
      A Case of Lesson Study Implementation in Singapore.                        Differences in Academic Self-Concept and Language
                                                        ; Christine              Achievement. Bieke De Fraine, Jan A. van Damme, Patrick Mjl
      Lee, Nanyang Technological University; Edmund Lim, Nanyang
      Technological University                                                2. Creating and Using Neighborhood Variables as Intake
   31. Evaluating the Numeracy Development Project: A Contextually               Characteristics of School in HLM to Predict Student
      Responsive Approach. Sandi Lynn McCutcheon, Joanna Higgins,                Achievement. Rebel Palm, University of New Mexico
      Brenda Mary Sherley, Victoria University of Wellington                  3. Growth Trajectory of Psychological Well-Being: A Study of
   32. From Lesson Study to Lesson Link: Classroom-Based                         Multiple Indicator, Multilevel Growth Modeling. Yan Liu, Amery
      Professional Development.                                                  Dai Ling Wu, Bruno D. Zumbo, University of British Columbia
                                     ; Cindy Kratzer, Santa Monica-           4. Multilevel Modeling Analysis of the Effect of Master’s Degree on
                                                                                 Teacher Salary. Qiu Wang, Michigan State University
   33. Lesson Study for Accessible Science. Gillian M. Puttick,               5. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Standardized Assessment
      TERC; Karen Mutch-Jones, TERC; Erica Jablonski,                            Processes Examined via Explanatory Item Response Theory.
                                    ;                                            Leslie Rutkowski, University of Illinois; Susan P. Proctor, Boston
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      University School of Public Health; Jennifer Vasterling, Tulane      Tables:
      Medical School                                                          17. Social-Emotional Learning in Secondary English Education:
                                                                                 Implications for Preparing Preservice Teachers. David L.
21.085. Crossings Borders (2): Examining and Reexamining
                                                                                 Carlson, Hunter College
       Environmental Education Practice and Research. SIG-
       Ecological and Environmental Education
                                                                                 Implications for Understanding Classroom Dynamics. Dan W.
       Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 Rea, Georgia Southern University
       Level
                                                                              19. The Artful Doctoral Journey: Riding the Crests, Troughs, and
       4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
                                                                                 Choosing Tack. Gail Thornton, University of Toronto; Vicki
Tables:
                                                                                 Kelly, University of Toronto
   6. Border Crossings: Art, Research, and Teaching in a Web-Based
                                                                              20. The Seven Liberal Arts in the 12th Century: A
       Hypermedia Project. Marcia Diane McKenzie, University of
                                                                                 Preinstitutionalized Model of Holistic Education. Elizabeth
       British Columbia; Nora Timmerman, University of British
       Columbia
                                                                              21. What a Holistic Approach to Consciousness Reveals About
   7. Toward the Greening of Feminist Pedagogy: A Reexamination of
                                                                                 Educational Quality. Irina Yurievna Blekhman, Reynolds School
       Ecofeminism. Huey-Li LI, University of Akron
                                                                                 District
   8. An Analysis of Sustainable Development Themes in Science
       Curriculum Standards. Michelle Tenam-Zemach, Florida                21.088. Museums as Contexts for Learning: Families, Teachers,
       International University; Hilary C. Landorf, Florida                      Teenagers, and Children. SIG-Informal Learning Environments
       International University                                                  Research
   9. Secondary Students’ Understandings of Groundwater. Daniel                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                              ;                                  Level
       Dominion University                                                       4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
   10. “I’m Not an Environmental Activist”: An Exploration of Identity     Tables:
       and Commitment to Issues of Sustainability. Tiffany M. Simons,         22. How Activity Structures Affect Family Conversations in
       Northwestern University                                                   Museums. Camellia Wynona Sanford, University of Pittsburgh
   11. “Sitting on an Old Grey Stone”: Meditations on Emotional
       Understanding. Bob Jickling, Lakehead University                          Phenomena to Develop a Narrative-Based Science Exhibit.
Discussants: Arjen E. Wals, Wageningen University; Amy N. Cutter-                                                                  ; Phyllis
   Mackenzie, Monash University; Robert B. Stevenson, State                      Newbill, Radford University; Katherine S. Cennamo, Mitzi
   University of New York - Buffalo; Mary Jeanne (M. J.) Barrett,                Vernon, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University;
   Faculty of Education - University of Regina; Paul Hart, University
   of Regina; Alan Reid, University of Bath                                   24. Teenagers’ Views on Learning in Science Centers. Vaike Maria
                                                                                 Fors, Lulea Technical University
21.086. Hispanic Research Issues - Roundtable (Session 2). SIG-
                                                                              25. Longitudinal Outcomes of an Aquarium Visit in the Adult
      Hispanic Research Issues
                                                                                 Members of Family Groups. Adriana Briseno Garzon, University
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 of British Columbia; David Anderson, University of British
      Level
                                                                                 Columbia
      4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
                                                                              26. Learner-Centered Planning and Instruction: Using “Informal”
Tables:
                                                                                 Learning Environments to Promote Best Practices for
   12. Mexican-Origin Students’ Perceptions of Their Parents’
                                                                                 Prospective Teachers. Melissa J. Mercer-Tachick, Albion College
      Contributions to Their Educations.
      Veronica Nelly Velez, University of California - Los Angeles         21.089. Queer Studies - SIG Paper Discussion 2. SIG-Queer Studies
   13. Silenced Struggles: The Experiences of Latina and Latino                  (formerly Lesbian and Gay Studies)
      Undocumented College Students in California. Lindsay Perez                 Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      Huber, University of California - Los Angeles; Maria C.                    Level
      Malagon, University of California - Los Angeles                            4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
   14. Supportive Schooling: Latino Immigrant Students in a Quality        Tables:
      Educational Environment. Kristin Percy Calaff, University of            27. Dykes Take Over: Urban Public School Lesbian Gangs as
      Washington                                                                 Responses to Homophobia and Sexual Harassment. Dominique E
   15. The Think-Aloud Method to Validate Evaluation Instruments
      With English- and Spanish-Speaking Youth. Michael C.                    28. Pedagogical Practices and the Performance of Failure, or What
      Rodriguez, University of Minnesota; Maria Pabon, University                Does Queer Knowledge Do? Nishant Shahani, Washington State
      of Minnesota; David A. Tafur, University of Illinois - Chicago;            University
      Nydia F. de Alba-Johnson, University of Minnesota                       29. Queer Perspectives on Mathematics Education. Kathleen Rands,
   16. Two Worlds: Educators’ Perspectives on the Educational
      Disparities of Latinas/os in Rural and Urban Communities. Jose          30. Teaching “Out”: Investigating the Effects of Queer Professor
      Villalba, University of North Carolina - Greensboro; Maria                 Disclosure Upon Student Evaluations of Professor Teaching.
      Brunelli, University of North Carolina - Greensboro                        Todd Jennings, California State University - San Bernardino
                                                                              31. The Workplace Climate of LGBT Teachers. Nancy J. Smith,
21.087. Holistic Education Paper Discussions (2). SIG-Holistic
                                                                                 Millersville University; Cole Reilly, Pennsylvania State
      Education (formerly ‘Wholistic Education’)
                                                                                 University;                                           ; Jennifer R.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      Level
      4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
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21.090. World Perspectives on Peace, Human Rights, and Social                 8. Cambiando la Cultura de Avalúo: From Compliance to
       Justice. SIG-Peace Education                                              Continuous Improvement at University of Puerto Rico-
       Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold              Mayagüez. Sandra L. Dika, University of Puerto Rico -
       Level                                                                     Mayaguez; Anand Sharma, University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez
       4:05 pm to 4:45 pm                                                     9. Evolving Public Policies in Higher Education in SubSaharan
Chair:                                                                           Africa: The Case of Private Universities. Kingsley Banya,
Tables:                                                                          Florida International University
   32. A Factor Analysis of Worldmindedness: Preliminary Evidence             10. Exploring New Worlds: West Indian Undergraduate Students’
       for a Higher Order Structure.                                             Perceptions of Their Summer Research Program Experience.
       University                                                                Roy Anthony Charles, Rebecca A. Zulli-Lowe, Henry T. Frierson,
   33. Canadian and American Teachers’ Perspectives About Human
       Rights Education (HRE). Kevin Chin, McGill University                  11. Measurement Issues in International Surveys in Educational
   34. Teaching Lives: Peace and Social Justice in Malawian Teacher              Research: A Focus on SubSaharan Africa. Gibbs Yanai
       Autobiographies. Steve Lawrence Sharra, Michigan State                    Kanyongo, Duquesne University; Launcelot I. Brown, Duquesne
       University                                                                University;
   35. Remembering Mass Destruction in Rwanda: Teacher Candidate              12. Through the Looking Glass: Moving Beyond International
       Perspectives.                                                             Aid to National Possibilities in Nigerian Basic Education.
   36. A Symbol of Peace and Peace Education: The Genbaku Dome in                Denis A. Mildon, Consultant; Gilles Maurice Fournier, Educan
       Hiroshima. Kanako Ide, University of Illinois                             Management and Assessment
                                                                           Discussant: Audrey P. Watkins, Western Illinois University
      Practices Through Portfolios.                                        21.093. Research in Mathematics Education: Discussion Paper
      Teaching and Teacher Education                                             Session 1. SIG-Research in Mathematics Education
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level               Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      4:05 pm to 4:45 pm                                                         4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
Tables:                                                                    Chair: Jody Z. Priselac, University of California - Los Angeles
   1. Building a Plane While Flying It: Course Portfolio of Teaching       Tables:
      the Self-Study Research Methodology. Anastasia P. Samaras,              13. Effects of Curricular Change in a Freshman Applied College
      Mary Adams-Legge, Deanna Breslin, Jennifer Magaha                          Algebra Course. Robert Lee Mayes, University of Wyoming;
                                                                                                                         ; Vennessa Walker, West
      University                                                                 Virginia University
   2. Exit Portfolio Assessment: A Facilitator for Growth in                  14. How Does Math Methods Instruction Differ at Teaching
      Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions.                                       Colleges Versus Research Institutions? Andrea M. Lachance,
      University;                                                                State University of New York - Cortland
                                                                              15. When It Comes to the Mathematical Experiences of African-
                                                             Joan                Americans and Latinos, Race Matters.
      Y. Pedro, University of Hartford; Ann Courtney, University of              University of Illinois - Chicago
      Hartford                                                                16. The Impact of Unbalanced Development Between Conceptual
   4. Enhancing Portfolio Development With Evidence-Based Decision               Understanding and Procedural Skills. Ahyoung Kim, Linda
      Support Methods.                                                           S. Hernandez, M. Colleen Megowan-Romanowicz, James A.
      Georgia;                                            ; Arthur M.            Middleton, Younsu Kim, Kateryna Ellis, Arizona State University
      Recesso, University of Georgia                                          17. Review of Research Methodology in Mathematics Education
   5. Thinking About Classroom-Based Informal Assessment Practices               Research With a Focus on Mixed Methods, 1995-2005. Lynn
      in a Testing Climate. Carole Janisch, Texas Tech University;
                                             ; Xiaoming Liu,                     University
      Pennsylvania State University - Harrisburg; Elizabeth Diaz-             18. Mathematics Pedagogical Practice in Singapore. Ridzuan Abd
      Cortez, Texas Tech University                                              Rahim, Nanyang Technological University; Yan Liu, Nanyang
   6. The World of Student Teachers’ Professional Development:                   Technological University
                                                      Annie Malo,
                                                                           21.094. Research in Reading and Literacy IV. SIG-Research in
                                                                                 Reading and Literacy
Discussants: Denise M. McDonald, University of Houston - Clear Lake;
                                                                                 Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
   Nathan Bond, Texas State University; Rebecca K. Fox, George
                                                                                 4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
   Mason University
                                                                           Tables:
21.092. Measuring and Monitoring Progress. SIG-Research Focus on              19. Teachers’ Experiences Using a “One Size Fits All “ Remedial
      Education in the Caribbean and Africa                                      Reading Program. Arlene Grierson, Brock University; Tiffany L.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level               Gallagher, Brock University; Vera E. Woloshyn, Brock University
      4:05 pm to 4:45 pm                                                      20. A Portraiture of a Mexican-American’s Use of Literacy. Robert
Chair: Rosemary Lukens Traore, University of North Carolina -                                                     ;
   Charlotte                                                                     University
Tables:                                                                       21. A Qualitative Examination of Kindergarten Students’ Reading
   7. A Framework for Understanding Decisionmaking Among                         Behaviors. Tulay Atay-Turhan, Middle East Technical University;
      High School Teachers in Kenya: Activity Theory Framework.                  Zubeyde Dogan, Florida State University
                                                                              22. Becoming Self-Regulated Readers: A Longitudinal Study of
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         the Development of Young Children’s Strategy Use. Linda E.                                   Monday, 4:55 pm
         Martin, Ball State University; Sherry E. Kragler, University of
                                                                              22.010. Applications of Mixed Methods Research: Multiple
         South Florida - Lakeland
                                                                                    Perspectives. SIG-Mixed Methods Research
      23. Early Reading Predictors of Literacy Achievement for English
                                                                                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
         Learners: A Longitudinal Study.
                                                                                    Level
         State University - Los Angeles; Diane S. Haager, California State
                                                                                    4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
         University - Los Angeles; Michelle P. Windmueller, PLUS Project
                                                                              Tables:
      24. What’s Possible for First-Grade, At-Risk Literacy Learners
                                                                                 1. Applying Transformative Perspective in Mixed-Methods
         Receiving Early Intervention Services. Janet Bufalino,
                                                                                    Research.
                                  ; Chuang Wang, University of North
                                                                                    Kawamura, University of Alabama - Birmingham
         Carolina - Charlotte; Francisco Gomez-Bellenge, National Data
                                                                                 2. Utilizing Cohen’s Kappa to Establish Interrater Reliability
         Evaluation Center
                                                                                    for Nominal/Qualitative Data: Multiple Rater Procedures
21.095. Social Justice, Educational Practice, and Qualitative                                    John L. Rausch, John Carroll University
      Inquiry. SIG-Qualitative Research                                          3. Epistemology and Methodology for Evaluating Program Impact.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level                  Niels C. Brouwer, ILS Graduate School of Education
      4:05 pm to 4:45 pm
Tables:                                                                             Schools in Texas Made the Grade. Jonathan J. Doll, Texas A&M
   25. Enhancing the Dynamics of Focus Group Interviews: Images                     University
      and Stories of Aspiring Math Teachers. Catherine D. Bruce,                 5. Using Spectral Analysis and Phenomenological Inquiry to
      Trent University                                                              Develop Community-Based Suicide Prevention Programming.
   26. Videotaping Classrooms Using Head-Mounted Cameras on                         Regina T. Praetorius, University of Texas - Arlington; Krisanna
      Students. Kathryn B. Chval, University of Missouri;                           L. Machtmes, Louisiana State University
      Chavez, University of Missouri - Columbia
                                                                              22.011. Diverse Approaches to Peace Education. SIG-Peace
   27. Cultivating Public Intellectuals in Newark: The ALI Youth
                                                                                    Education
      Media Symposium. Junius Williams, Rutgers, The State
                                                                                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      University of New Jersey; Yanique Taylor, Rutgers, The State
                                                                                    Level
      University of New Jersey
                                                                                    4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
   28. The Politics and Praxis of Poststructuralism in Education:
                                                                              Chair: Edyth J. Wheeler, Towson University
      Explorations of Theory and Methodology #1. Jennifer Lee
                                                                              Tables:
      Lindsay, University of Washington
                                                                                 6. A Case Study of the Implementation of an Anti-Bullying and
   29. The Politics and Praxis of Poststructuralism in Education:
                                                                                    -Teasing Program in Two Early Childhood Education Centers.
      Explorations of Theory and Methodology #2. Caryn C. Park,
                                                                                    Blythe F. Hinitz, College of New Jersey
      University of Washington
                                                                                 7. Forgiveness for Adoptive Families With a Special-Needs Child.
   30. The Politics and Praxis of Poststructuralism in Education:
                                                                                    Thomas W. Baskin, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Paula
      Explorations of Theory and Methodology. Chris J Ward,
      University of Washington
                                                                                 8. Fusing Peace Education, Art Education, and Content-Area
21.096. Social Studies Teaching and Learning: Lessons From the                       Education: A Triadic Approach.
      Field. SIG-Research in Social Studies Education                                School
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level               9. Improving Academic Achievement Through Peace Education:
      4:05 pm to 4:45 pm                                                             A Study of a Recovering “Failed” (AYP) School District. Linda
Tables:                                                                              Pickett, Debbie Snow, Susanne Chandler, University of Michigan
   31. Deliberating Common Lessons: Preservice Teachers Explore                      - Flint
      Elementary Social Studies Teaching With Uncommon Results.
      Sherry L. Field, University of Texas; Mary Lee Webeck,                        Making. Mary F. Wright, University of Minnesota - Duluth; Jean
      University of Texas - Austin; Brent E. Hasty, University of Texas             Myers Stevenson, University of Minnesota - Duluth
      - Austin;
                                                                              22.012. Investigations of Middle Grades’ Teachers and Students.
      College; Janet E. Alleman, Michigan State University
                                                                                    SIG-Middle-Level Education Research
   32. Native American Perspectives on Citizenship. Leisa A. Martin,
                                                                                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
      Florida State University
                                                                                    Level
   33. Technology and Social Studies: Teacher Integration of
                                                                                    4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
      Technology and Student Achievement. Crystal Beshears,
                                                                              Chair: Kimberly J. Hartman, University of North Carolina - Charlotte
      University of Arkansas - Fayetteville; Charles E. Stegman,
                                                                              Tables:
      University of Arkansas; Sean W. Mulvenon, University of
                                                                                 11. Professional Growth Toward Adaptive Expertise: Case Studies
      Arkansas
                                                                                    in Middle-Level Teacher Development. David B. Strahan,
   34. Two Perspectives on Interactive Social Studies Websites for
                                                                                    Western Carolina University; Russell Binkely, Western Carolina
      Elementary Students. Beverly Milner Bisland, Queens College
                                                                                    University
      - City University of New York; Michelle C. Fraboni, Queens
                                                                                 12. A Matter of Semantics: Supporting Teachers’ Language and
      College - City University of New York
                                                                                    Vocabulary Instruction for Diverse Middle-Level Students.
   35. Why Don’t They Teach About the Holocaust? Latvian Teachers
                                                                                    Francine C. Falk-Ross, Northern Illinois University
      on Instructional Impediments. Thomas J. Misco, Miami
                                                                                 13. Discourse to Promote Understanding in Middle Grade
      University
                                                                                    Mathematics Classes. Mary Patricia Truxaw, University of
   36. White Students’ Resistance to Talking About Race. Mary Pat
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      Connecticut; Thomas C. DeFranco, University of Connecticut           Tables:
   14. Relationships Among Elementary School Students’                        26. Becoming Part of the Team: A Critical Study of “Boys Being
      Epistemological Beliefs, Metacognitive Skills, and Constructivist          Boys”. Adam Howard, Hanover College
      Learning Environment Perceptions.                                       27. Out in the Text: Queer Issues in Introduction to Education
      Yuzuncu Yil University;                                                    Textbooks.
      Technical University                                                    28. Qu(e)er(y)ing the Policy-Suicide Nexus: The State and
   15. “America is Confusing”: The Schooling Experiences of Young                Education, and the Biopolitics of a Will to Live. Erik L.
      Adolescent Immigrant and Refugee Students in One Small Town.               Malewski, Purdue University
      Kathleen Marie Brinegar, University of Vermont                          29. Using Socially Constructed Memory to Design Holocaust
                                                                                 Education for Queer Youth. Daniel M. Cohen, Northwestern
22.013. Location and Informal Learning Opportunities for Adults
                                                                                 University
      and Children. SIG-Informal Learning Environments Research
                                                                              30. Working With Transgendered Youth. Markus Bidell, San
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 Francisco State University; Chav Doherty, San Francisco State
      Level
                                                                                 University; Laura Strom, San Francisco State University
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
Tables:                                                                    22.016. Selected Papers in the Politics of Education. SIG-Politics of
   16. The Impact of Location on an Informal Learning Opportunity.               Education
      David Edward Morelock Bucy, Bucy Associates                                Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
   17. Motivated by Design: Making Meaning of Participant                        Level
      Movement in an Out-of-School Learning Environment.                         4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
      D. Matthew Boyer, Michigan State University; Cherice M.              Tables:
      Montgomery, Southeast High School; Carrie Anna Courtad,                 31. Excellence Versus Equity: Political Push and Pull in Education
      Michigan State University; Dean J. Grosshandler, Michigan                  of Gifted Students.
      State University; Punya Mishra, Michigan State University                  Mary College; Elissa F. Brown, College of William & Mary
   18. Mapping Stories: Video Games Hit the Trail. John Martin,               32. Majoritarian Rule and Interest Convergence in Education
      University of Wisconsin - Madison                                          Language Policy. Lirio Patton, University of Wisconsin -
   19. Can the “Time Machine” Teach? A Rapid Ethnography of Living               Madison
      History Sites. Thomas Kluwin, Gallaudet University                      33. Metropolitan School Desegregation and Housing Integration.
   20. Examining Dialogue at Public Engagement Events on Socio-                  Douglas E. Mitchell, University of California - Riverside;
                                                                                 Michael Batie, University of California - Riverside
      Ellen McCallie, King’s College - London                                 34. Re-Christianizing Georgia’s Schools: A Case Study of Gay-
                                                                                 Straight Student Clubs. Richard D. Lakes, Georgia State
22.014. Mentoring Practices Paper Discussion 1: Teacher
                                                                                 University
      Preparation. SIG-Mentorship and Mentoring Practices
                                                                              35. The Culture of Fear and the Politics of Education. Rick
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 Ginsberg, University of Kansas
      Level
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                   22.017. A Roundtable of Curricular Policies. Division L-Educational
Chair: Luise P. McCarty, Indiana University                                      Policy and Politics
Tables:                                                                          Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
   21. An Examination of Novice Science Teachers’ Instructional                  Level
      Abilities as Perceived by Their Mentors. Anita M. Greenwood,               4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
      University of Massachusetts - Lowell;                                Tables:
      Regional High School                                                    1. Promise and Problems: An Analysis of the California Framework
   22. Online Mentoring as a Tool for Professional Development of                and Standards Tests for History-Social Science. Bradley Fogo,
      Novice and Experienced Teachers: A Brazilian Experience. Aline             Stanford University
      M. Reali, Universidade Federal De Sao Carlos; Regina Tancredi,          2. Strategies and Barriers to Educational Reform: Introducing
      Federal University of Sao Carlos; Maria da Graca N. Mizukami,              School-Based Curriculum and Assessment for Learning. Lai Wah
      Federal University of Sao Carlos                                           Yu, Hong Kong Institute of Education
                                                                              3. Evaluation of the Texas Technology Immersion Pilot (eTxTIP):
      School: Connecting Mentors to Their Context. Kami M. Patrizio,             Findings From Year 2.
      University of Vermont                                                      Sheehan,; Catherine Maloney, Briana Huntsberger, Fanny
   24. Building Mentorship Practices in Preservice Teacher Education:            Caranikas-Walker, Texas Center for Educational Reseach
      A Collaborative Approach to Early Field Experiences in a PDS
                                                                           22.018. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping Related to Learning. SIG-Stress
      Learning Community.
                                                                                  and Coping in Education
   25. Mentees’ Perceptions of Technology Mentoring Designed to
                                                                                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      Address ISTE Standards. Linda L. Larson, McNeese State
                                                                                  Level
      University
                                                                                  4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
Discussant: John C. Daresh, University of Texas - El Paso
                                                                           Tables:
22.015. Queer Studies - SIG Paper Discussion 1. SIG-Queer Studies             4. Triune Model of Anxiety Reduction for Learning. Shoaleh
      (formerly Lesbian and Gay Studies)                                          Bigdeli, Simon Fraser University; Heesoon Bai, Simon Fraser
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D North, East Tower - Gold                University
      Level                                                                   5. Strategies Utilized by Gifted Students to Cope With Stress
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                          Associated With Participation in an International Baccalaureate
126                                                       Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007


          Program. Elizabeth Shaunessy, Shannon M. Suldo, Jessica                  Dawnene D. Hassett, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Melissa
          Michalowski, Robin Hardesty, Emily Shaffer, University of South          B. Schieble, University of Wisconsin - Madison
          Florida                                                            Discussant: Carolyn P. Panofsky, Rhode Island College
      6. Juxtaposing Self-Compassion With Perceived Need for Support
                                                                             22.022. NAEP Special Studies Research. SIG-NAEP Studies
          and Perceived Availability of Support in Understanding College
                                                                                    (formerly Research Using NAEP Data)
          Students’ Well-Being. Michelle Neely, Diane L. Schallert,
                                                                                    Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
          Sarojani S. Mohammed, Rochelle A. Mendiola, Yu-Jung Chen,
                                                                                    Level
          Rebecca Hsiang-Ning Chu, Laura M. Pelton-Sweet, University of
                                                                                    4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
          Texas - Austin
                                                                             Chair:
      7. How the Stress of Immigration and Women’s Poverty Affect
                                                                             Tables:
          Their Children’s U.S. Education. Rebecca A. Robles-Pina, Sam
                                                                                                                                           James
          Houston State University
22.019. Developing a Culture of Research: How a Private
       University Encouraged a Practitioner-Oriented Faculty to                    Roey, Westat, Inc.;
       Write. SIG-Faculty Teaching, Evaluation and Development                     Education/NCES
       Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold             19. The Impact of the Hands-On Task on the NAEP Science
       Level                                                                       Assessment Scale. Dorota Staniewska, ETS;               ;
       4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                          Steven Isham, ETS; Jason Baldeau, ETS
Table:                                                                          20. The Path to Challenging Courses: Findings From the NAEP
   8. Developing a Culture of Research: How a Private University                   2005 High School Transcript Study. Joy Angeles Mordica,
       Encouraged a Practitioner-Oriented Faculty to Write. Susan R.               Westat, Inc.;
                                                                                   NCES;
                                                                             Discussant: Young Chun, American Institutes for Research
22.020. Investigations of Technology Use in and Models for
      Literacy Instruction. Division C-Learning and Instruction              22.023. Research in Disability Studies in Education II. SIG-
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold                 Disability Studies in Education
      Level                                                                        Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                           Level
Tables:                                                                            4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
   9. Computer-Assisted Reading Tutoring: The Impact on Motivation           Tables:
      and Engagement of Struggling Readers, Grades 2 and 3.                     21. Exploring Intersectionality in Education: The Intersection of
      Deborah P. Berrill, Trent University                                         Gender, Race, Disability, and Class. Amy J Petersen, University
   10. Computer-Supported Contrasting Models. Sang Kyung Kim,                      of Northern Iowa
      Pratt Institute                                                           22. Social Understanding in Lived Experiences of Friendship. Karin
   11. Effects of Electronic Texts on the Independent Reading                      G Steiner, Steiner International
      Comprehension of Second-Grade Students. Cathy J. Pearman,                 23. The Social Construction of Deviance: Effects of Labeling
      Missouri State University; Shirley A. Lefever-Davis, Wichita                 Students With Learning Disabilities. Dawn Berlin, California
      State University; Kimberly Dawn McDowell, Wichita State                      State University - Dominguez Hills
      University                                                                24. Who Has the Power? Family and Professional Interactions in
   12. The Impact of Television Messages About Literacy on Young                   Special Education. Azure D. Smiley, Indiana University; Jeffrey
      Children’s Literacy Attitudes. Annie Moses, Michigan State                   A. Anderson, Indiana University; Robert James Helfenbein,
      University
22.021. Literacy and Meaning-Making Processes: Mediational                   22.024. Research on the Superintendency. SIG-Research on the
      Tools and Image-Text Relations. SIG-Cultural-Historical                      Superintendency
      Research co-sponsored with SIG-Language and Social Processes                 Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold                 Level
      Level                                                                        4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                     Tables:
Chair: Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur, University of British Columbia                 25. A Multicase Study of the Ethical Practices of Superintendents.
Tables:                                                                            Sherry DeVore, Branson Public Schools; Barbara Nell Martin,
   13. Young L2 Learners’ Literacies: Using Languages and Other                    Sandy L. Hutchinson, Michael Jinks, Central Missouri State
      Symbolic Tools in Playful Activities. Mi Song Kim, McGill                    University
      University                                                                26. Servant Leadership: A Case Study of the Phenomenon in a K-
   14. Reading, Writing, Playing, and “Just Makin’ Stuff”: Nexus                   12 School Setting.                                           ;
      of Practice in School and Peer Cultures. Karen E. Wohlwend,                  Barbara N. Martin, University of Central Missouri; Gwen Burns,
      University of Iowa
   15. Concept Development in Action: Adolescent Development in                 27. The Effectiveness of the Superintendent as an Evaluator of
      One Student-Made Video From a Vygotskian Perspective. Lara                   Principal Performance. Mary Lynne Derrington, Western
      M. Beaty, City University of New York                                        Washington University
   16. Constructing Meaning Through Image/Text Relations: New
      Texts, New Contexts, and Implications for Literacy Instruction.              Social Justice. Valerie J. Janesick, University of South Florida
                                                        Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007                                                       127


22.025. Stages of Encounters in Postcolonial Pedagogic Practices.             39. Web Identities and Digital Literacies in an Out-of-School
      SIG-Postcolonial Studies and Education                                     Program. James Marshall, University of Georgia; Donna E.
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold               Alvermann, University of Georgia
      Level                                                                   40. A Study of Equity in the Afterschool Environment. Dana R.
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                         Fusco, York College
Chair: Hannah M. Tavares, University of Hawai’i - Manoa
                                                                           22.029. Beginning Teacher Mentoring and Induction. SIG-Research
Tables:
                                                                                  on Teacher Induction
   29. A Postcolonial Engagement With U.S. Education (E)quality.
                                                                                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      Jeong-Eun Rhee, Long Island University;
                                                                                  4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
      State University
                                                                           Tables:
   30. Memory Palimpsest Against Imperialist Nostalgia. Miranda
                                                                              1. Beginning Teacher Support: Disparities in Perceptions of
                                                                                  Teachers and Administrators. Shirley P. Andrews, Valdosta State
   31. Public Pedagogy, Troubled Time: Temporal Disruption
                                                                                  University; Linda S. Gilbert, University of Georgia; Ellice P.
      in Postcolonial Popular Media. Aliya M. Rahman, Purdue
                                                                                  Martin, Valdosta State University
      University; Sybil Durand, Purdue University
                                                                              2. Internationally Educated Teachers: Bringing the World Into Public
   32. Using Postcolonial Theory to Think Differently About Cultural
                                                                                  Education.
      Diversity Within Science Education. Lyn Catherine Carter,
                                                                              3. Metaphors for Student Teaching. Tom Ganser, University of
      Australian Catholic University;
                                                                                  Wisconsin - Whitewater
      Catholic University
                                                                              4. Teacher Induction: New Venues/New Voices/New Values. Carole
22.026. Universal Design for Instruction Meets Adult Learning                     L. Walker, Texas A&M University - Commerce; Cathy K. Zeek,
       Theory in a Blended Online Preservice Teacher Course:                      Lasell College
       Lessons and Challenges. SIG-Faculty Teaching, Evaluation and           5. Teacher Retention and Teacher Induction: Longitudinal Study of
       Development                                                                a Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Consortium. Linda
       Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold               D. Scott Hendrick, University of California - Riverside; Deborah
       Level                                                                      L. Huston, University of California - Riverside
       4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                     6. The Effects of Induction Support in Enhancing Professional
Table:                                                                            Development and Preventing Attrition: A Longitudinal Study.
   33. Universal Design for Instruction Meets Adult Learning Theory               Maureen Killeavy, University College - Dublin; Sheelagh Mary
       in a Blended, Online Preservice Teacher Course: Lessons and                Drudy, University College - Dublin
       Challenges.                                                            7. The Role of State Policy on Variations in a New Teacher Support
       Parker, University of Connecticut                                          Program.
                                                                                  Cruz; Adele C. Barrett, University of California - Santa Cruz
22.027. Urban Education: Practices to Increase Student
      Achievement. SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research              22.030. Division G, Section 1: Roundtable Session III. Division G-
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold               Social Context of Education
      Level                                                                      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                         4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
Tables:                                                                    Tables:
   34. Silenced No More: Examining Reading Instruction Through                8. Are Financial Discourses Gendered? Explorations of Men’s
      the Eyes of Urban Teachers. Monika Williams Shealey, Florida               and Women’s Sense-Making of Personal Finance. Valerie L.
      International University                                                   Farnsworth, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Laura Black,
   35. Picking the Perfect Picture Book: Selecting High-Quality,                 Pauline S. Davis, Afroditi Kalambouka,
      Urban-Themed Literature to Engage Beginning Readers. Jane                  University of Manchester
      Fleming, University of Illinois - Chicago; Lisa Jordan, University      9. Fearing Peers and Trusting Friends: Relational Resistance in an
      of Missouri - St. Louis; Tracy Reynolds, University of Missouri            Urban High School. Susan Rakosi Rosenbloom, Drew University
      - St. Louis; Ashley Smith, University of Illinois - Chicago
   36. Language, Power, Oppression, and Social Justice: The Enforced             Advancement in an Engineering Curriculum: A Qualitative
      Use of a Non-Native Language as a Medium of Instruction: A                 Investigation. Mica Ann Hutchison, Deborah Follman, George
      Case-Study Approach to the Struggle for Educational Equity.                Bodner, Purdue University
      Judy Jackson May, Bowling Green State University                        11. Cultural and Social Capital Exemplars: Examining the Views
                                                                                 of Teachers and Administrators in a Public School. RoSusan D.
22.028. Youth Identities, Diversity, and Equity in Out-of-School
      Time (OST) Programs. SIG-Out-of-School Time
                                                                              12. Learning to Construct Meaning Through Narrative Practice in
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections C-D South, East Tower - Gold
                                                                                 the Social Context of Kindergarten. Liv Gjems, Vestfold College
      Level
                                                                                 University
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                              13. Procedural Practices in a Small, Student-Led Literacy Group
Tables:
                                                                                 Context. Tanya M. Christ, State University of New York - Buffalo
   37. De-MIST-ifying Youth Programs: Postive Youth Development
                                                                              14. The Interactions Among Identity, Power, and Inclusive
      and Muslim Adolescents. Shaza Khan, University of Rochester
                                                                                 Practice in a Minority-Language School. Carla Lisa DiGiorgio,
   38. Through a New Looking Glass: Social Interactions of
                                                                                 University of Prince Edward Island
      Adolescents With Disabilities Through an Educational/
      Sociological Perspective. Rene E Wroblewski, St. Bonaventure         22.031. Innovative Spaces, Places, and Themes in Writing
      University                                                                 Research. SIG-Writing and Literacies
128                                                        Monday Afternoon, April 9, 2007


      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level            Tables:
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                         29. Alternate Interview Strategies for Eliciting Children’s Ideas
Tables:                                                                             About Science. Ann Sherman, University of Calgary; A. Leo
   15. “indnpride:” Online Spaces of Transnational Youth as Sites of                Macdonald, Saint Francis Xavier University
      Creative and Sophisticated Literacy and Identity Work. Theresa             30. Joining Forces: Recruiting Parent and Preservice Teacher
      A. McGinnis, Andrea Goodstein, Elisabeth Costa, Hofstra                       Support and Involvement in Elementary School Science
      University                                                                    Partnerships. Cynthia A. Lundeen, Florida State University; Sibel
                                                                                    Kaya, Florida State University
         Skills in Struggling Student Writers. Wendy J. Glenn, University        31. Newton’s Misconceptions: The Personal Struggle to Understand
         of Connecticut                                                             Science. Michael E. Martinez, University of California - Irvine;
      17. From Hip-Hop to Reggaeton: New Literacies for New                         Brad Hughes, University of California - Irvine
         Generations. Estanislado Stan Barrera, Kim Skinner, Nancy J.            32. Primary Teachers’ Narratives in the Development of Subject
                                                                                    and Pedagogic Knowledge in Science. David Stewart Heywood,
      18. No Child Left Behind and Writing Instruction: Views From                                                        ; Joan Parker, Manchester
         Four States. Sarah J. McCarthey, University of Illinois - Urbana-
                     ; Yeonsun Ellie Ro, University of Illinois - Urbana-
                                                                                    Science.                                          ; Maurice
      19. Personhood and Negotiating Who I Am: “Writing Yourself” in                                            ; G. Michael Bowen, Mount Saint
         an Afterschool Writing Program. Mandy B. Smith, Samara D                   Vincent University
                                                                                 34. The Impact of Participating in Physics Olympics Competitions
      20. Writing Outside the Lines: Exploring Kindergarten Children’s              on Student Emotions and Motivations. Rachel F. Moll, University
         Multimodal Writing Practices on “Pages” and “Screens.”                     of British Columbia; Samson M. Nashon, University of British
                                                                                    Columbia; David Anderson, University of British Columbia
         Teachers College, Columbia University                                   35. Collaborative Learning in Science Discussions: Where
      21. Audience, Purpose, and Identity in Doctoral Student Writing.              the Whole Is More Than the Sum. Ai Choo Jennifer Yeo,
         Patricia D. Irvine, San Francisco State University                         Nanyang Technological University; Seng Chee Tan, Nanyang
                                                                                    Technological University; Yew-Jin Lee, National Institute of
22.032. Mathematics and Science Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions,
                                                                                    Education; Kok Sing Tang, Nanyang Technological University
      Concepts, and Skills in the Classroom. Division K-Teaching
      and Teacher Education                                                   22.034. Student-4. Division J-Postsecondary Education
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level                  Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm                                                            4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
Tables:                                                                       Tables:
   22. Adapting Lesson Study to Meet the Needs of Elementary                     36. Breaking the Cycle of Segregation: How College Students’
      Preservice Mathematics Students. Patricia Margerm, York                       Diversity Experiences Can Interrupt Perpetuation Effects. Victor
      University; Margaret Sinclair, York University                                Saenz, University of California - Los Angeles
   23. Different Conceptions of the Nature of Science Among
      Preservice Elementary Teachers of Two Countries. Do-Yong
      Park, Illinois State University; Yong Bok Lee, Seoul National                 Predominantly White University. Andre M. Green, Virginia
      University of Education                                                       Polytechnic Institute and State University; George E. Glasson,
   24. Improving Assessment Design and Accountability in School                     Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Brenda R.
      Mathematics: Preservice Teachers’ Introduction to Formative                   Brand, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
      Assessment Through the Use of Technology.                                  38. Hispanic Students in Postsecondary Education: AVID High
      Carmona, University of Texas - Austin                                         School Graduates Enrolled in a Four-Year University. Doris
   25. Preservice Science Teachers’ Perceptions About Science Process               Mendiola, University of Texas - Pan American; Karen M. Watt,
      Skills and Their Practices.                                  ;                University of Texas - Pan American
                                                                                 39. Hurricane Event-Related Stress, Perceived Exertion, and
      26. The Mathematics Knowledge Expected of Preservice Middle
         School Teachers. William S. Bush, Vivian R. Moody, Maggie                  Activity Among Southern College Freshmen. Kim Barrilleaux
                                                                                    Brannagan, Nicholls State University; Amy Barrilleaux
         Louisville
                                                                                 40. Student Perceptions of Faculty Incivility in Nursing Education:
         Portfolio.                                        ; Marielle               A Phenomenological Study. Cynthia M. Clark, Boise State
                                                                                    University; Mary E. Gardiner, University of Idaho - Boise;
      28. Using Performance Assessments to Guide Preservice Teacher                 Russell A. Joki, University of Idaho - Boise
         Planning and Performance in the Mathematics Classroom. Leigh            41. The PhD as Journey: A Qualitative Exploration of Cognitive
         A. van den Kieboom, Marquette University; Susan R. Monaghan,               Development in Doctoral Students. Susan K. Gardner, Louisiana
         Marquette University                                                       State University; G. Todd Vanek, Washington State University;
                                                                                    Cheryl Walker Fruge, Louisiana State University; Xyanthe N.
22.033. Science Teaching and Learning (STL-SIG) - Paper
                                                                                    Neider, Washington State University
      Discussion Session II. SIG-Science Teaching and Learning
                                                                                 42. Undergraduate Student Parents’ Advice to Their Children’s
      Hyatt, Grand Ballroom, Sections E-F, East Tower - Gold Level
                                                                                    College Instructors. Kathryn R Branscomb, University of Illinois
      4:55 pm to 5:35 pm
                                                                                                          ; Brent A. McBride, University of Illinois

								
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