Brownbag Series - Winter 2011 Schedule

Days, Times, and Locations: See Schedule Below

Monday 
January 10
12:00-1:30
Education 2024

Craig Willey
University of Illinois at Chicago

Topic: Teachers Developing Mathematics Discourse Communities with Latinas/os

Wednesday
January 12
12:00-1:30
Education 2024

Tesha Sengupta-Irving
UCLA CONNECT

Topic: Experiencing Change: Examining Student and Teacher Learning When Implementing New Research-Based Practices in Math

Friday 
January 21
12:00-1:30
Education 3238

Kelly Ryoo
UC Berkeley

Topic: Learning Science, Talking Science: Using Technology to Improve Linguistically Diverse Students' Biology Learning

Monday  
January 24
12:00-1:30
Education 2024

Catherine Chase
Stanford University

Topic: Supporting Science Learning and Student Motivation with Technology: A Demonstration of the Protégé Effect

Tuesday  
January 25
11:30-1:00
Education 2024

Jill Castek
UC Berkeley

Topic: Literacy Learning with Laptops: Scaffolding Online Reading Comprehension and Content Knowledge

Friday, January 28 
January 28
12:00-1:30
Education 2024

William F. Tate
Washington University in St. Louis

Topic: STEM Attainment and Social Disparities: Beyond the Business of Parallel Play

Wednesday
February 2
12:00-1:30
Education 2024 

Christine Doe
Queens University, Ontario, Canada

Topic: Unhinging the Instructional Potential of a Language Test: Examining the Validity of a Large-Scale Test for Diagnostic Purposes

Monday
February 7
12:00-1:00
Education 2024 

Steve Graham
Vanderbilt University

Topic: Meta-Analysis: A Tool for Synthesizing Writing Research and Getting Policy Makers' Attention

Monday
February 14
12:00-1:30
Education 2024

Avishag (Abby) Reisman
Stanford University

Topic: Reading Like a Historian: A Document-Based History Curriulum Intervention in Urban High Schools

Wednesday
February 16
12:00-1:30
Education 2024

Joshua Lawrence
Harvard University

Topic: Language Proficiency, Home-Language Status, and English Vocabulary Development: A Longitudinal Follow-up of the Word Generation Program

Monday 
February 28
12:00-1:00
MPAA 320

Karen Harris
Vanderbilt University

Topic: Research on Self-Regulated Strategy Instruction for Struggling Writers and Students with Disabilities

Monday   
March 7
12:00-1:00
MPAA 320

Anna Bargagliotti, Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Memphis

Topic: Do First Grade Teachers Engage in Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices?