This session will feature presentations by graduate students and post-doctoral fellows in advance of the NARST (National Association for Research in Science Teaching) 2014 Annual Conference.
1:00 pm Hannah Miller, PhD Student, Teacher Education
Learning Trajectories of Principle-Oriented Level 3 and Fact-Oriented Level 3 Science Learners
1:30 pm Li Ke, PhD Student, Teacher Education
Examining Elementary Students' Attention to Mechanism as They Engage in Scientific Modeling across Content Areas
2:00 pm Kristin Mayer, PhD Student, Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education (CITE)
Analysis of Students' Models of Electric Interactions and Atomic Structure
2:30 pm Ibrahim Delen, PhD Student, Teacher Education
Supporting Students’ Scientific Explanations: A Case Study Investigating the Synergy between Teacher’s Practices and Using Mobile Devices
3:00 pm May Lee, PhD Student, Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education (CITE)
Analyzing Fifth-Grade Students’ Engagement in Scientific Modeling: Changes in Students’ Epistemologies in Practice over Time
3:30 pm Jane Lee, Post Doctoral Fellow, CREATE for STEM Institute
How do teachers use computer-based material to support students’ in building models
Grad students and post-docs who have abstracts accepted for presentation at the upcoming NARST conference can reserve for 30-minute slots on a first-come first-serve basis by signing up below (15 minutes for presentation; 15 minutes for feedback discussion with faculty and peers).ONE SLOT IS AVAILABLE. If you have any questions, message Renee Bayer, email@example.com.
Check back at this site as we update the presentation schedule as the slots are reserved.