Classroom #12 Registration Main Conference Room Continental Breakfast provided by Qualtrics
9:00 to 9:50 a.m. – Opening Plenary Session
Main Conference Room The Decision Center for Educational Excellence: Helios Education Foundation’s New Education Research Initiative. Joe O’Reilly and Paul Perrault, Arizona State University and Helios Education Foundation.
10:00 to 10:50 a.m. – Concurrent Sessions
Classroom #2 Symposium: Educational Interventions Changing Hesitant Voices: Using Gifted Group Counseling Strategies to Enhance Gifted Middle School’s Girls’ Attitudes and Intentions about STEM Studies and Careers. Ms. Shalae Clemens, Mr. Walid Mohammed, Ms. Ariel Roller, Ms. Lisa Jones and Dr. Gerald Taylor, Connolly Middle School, Tempe Elementary School District.
Classroom #3 Papers: Analyses of Student Achievement
Not Just Academics: Effects of Perceived Classroom Environment on Math Achievement. Jake Winfield, Dillon McGill, Arizona State University, Teach for America.
Examining the Proximity Effects Between School Shootings and Academic Achievement in Florida Secondary Schools. Eric Ambroso, Lydia Ross, Kathryn P. Chapman, and Joseph D. Sweet, Arizona State University.
Large Conference Room Symposium: Educational Partnerships
Community Design Labs: Conducting Use-Inspired Deweyan Inquiry Through School-university Partnerships. Ben Scragg, Lisa Wyatt, Christina Ngo, Punya Mishra, Arizona State University.
11:00 to 11:20: Concurrent Sessions
Classroom #2 Paper: Teaching and Learning in Post-Secondary Settings Does Gender Impact Our Self-Efficacy? The Influence Gender Identity Has On Student Success in College Composition. Parvati (Paris) Ryan, San Diego Community College District, Southwestern Community College District, and Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District.
Classroom #3 Papers: Educational Policy Examining Undergraduate Engineering Students’ Attitudes Towards Affirmative Action Admissions Policies in Higher Education. Lydia Ross, Arizona State University.
Classroom #4 Paper: Public Engagement with Research Experts and Amateurs Leading Public Engagement: How a Mixed Design Team Used a Participatory Story-Making Game to Initiate Dialogue. Mathew D Evans, Katherine Ball, and Kenneth Eklund, Arizona State University.
11:30 – Lunch
Main Conference Room Catered lunch provided by Assessment Technology, Incorporated
12:00 to 12:50 – Luncheon Plenary Session
Main Conference Room Tools for Collaborative Research: Helping Districts and Charters to Identify and Track Essential Standards. Christine Guerrera Burnham, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, ATI.
1:00 to 1:50 – Concurrent Sessions
Classroom #2 Symposium: Measurement/Research Transition of a Standardized English Language Proficiency Assessment in Arizona to Online: Challenges and Opportunities. Hirotaka Fukuhara, Karen Lochbaum, and Audra Ahumada, Pearson, Arizona Department of Education.
Classroom #3Papers: Post-Secondary Access
Foster Care Alumni First Year Experience: Creating and Implementing an Innovative Bridge Program, Course and Academic Support For First Year Students. Kalah Villagrana and Jeanne Hanrahan, Arizona State University.
The Relationship Between College Payment Strategies and GPA. Xavier Gonzalez, Armando Rodriguez, Travis Brandon, and Brandon Wierzbinski, Estrella, Mountain Community College.
Classroom #4 Papers: School Improvement
School Turnaround Success: A Case Study of Red Mesa Junior High School. Jessica Makowske, Eric Berschback, Center for Student Achievement.
Student Engagement and School Improvement. A Systematic Review. Lucía Fernandez-Terol, University of Granada.
Classroom #5 Papers: Social Context of Education
Look Who’s Coming to School: Student Performance, Movement and School Choice in Arizona. Dr. Ildiko Laczko-Kerr, Kelly Powell, Arizona Charter Schools Association.
Separate and Unequal: A Description of Racial Discipline Trends in Arizona Schools. Dillon McGill, Teach for America.
2:00 to 2:30 – Poster Session and Refreshment Break
Main Conference Room
Poster 1: Improving Teacher Questioning in Science Using ICAP Theory. Joshua Morris, Arizona State University. Poster 2: A Decade of Research Literature in Sports Coaching (2005-2015) Janelle Griffo, Melissa Jensen, Chantel Anthony, Timothy Baghurst, Pamela Hodges Kulinna, Arizona State University.
2:30 to 3:20 – Concurrent Sessions
Classroom #2 Symposium (How) Will the 2018 Midterm Elections affect Arizona Education? Kathryn Chapman, Sherman Dorn, Angel Molina, Kristin Roberts, Arizona State University, Phoenix Union High School District.
Classroom #3 Papers: New Perspectives on Teacher Evaluation
Examining the Factor Structure Underlying the TAP System for Teacher and Student Advancement. Edward F. Sloat, Audrey Amrein-Beardsley, Kent E. Sabo, Arizona State University.
Four Million Evaluations of Teachers: The Bad, the Good, and the Very Odd. Jeffrey B. Holmes, David Berliner, Mari Koerner, Carlos Valcarcel, and Brian Drake.
Classroom #4 Papers: Teacher Education
Making Research Relevant and Useful: An Applied Program Evaluation of a Large-Scale, Student Teacher Support Process. Audrey Amrein-Beardsley, Clarin Collins, Dawn Demps, Byoung-gyu Gong, Emeka Ikegwuonu, Sarah M. Salinas, and Stephen Santa-Ramirez, Arizona State University.
Transforming the Teacher Pipeline: A Nonprofit, University, and School Partnership to Strengthen Pre-Service Preparation. Handrea Logis, Patricia Cruz, Tanée Hudgens, Carrie Lloyd, Pam Harris, Josh Barnett, National Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Arizona State University
Large Conference Room Interactive Session: Data Visualization School Quality Dashboards for Education Stakeholders. Eric Berschback and Kelly Powell, Center for Student Achievement.
3:30 – Award Presentations and AERO Board Meeting
Main Conference Room Award Presentations Graduate Student Paper Award sponsored by Pearson. AERO Board Meeting immediately to follow – new members always welcome!
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