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2018 Conference papers and presentations

2018

Anderson, C. W. (2018, December). Crosscutting concepts as epistemic heuristics in learning progression research and curriculum design. Written for the Summit for Examining the Potential of Crosscutting Concepts to Support Three-dimensional Learning, Arlington, VA.

Anderson, C. W., and the Carbon TIME project (2108, March). Systemic Change in Science Education: How Can We Get People, the Standards, and the Materials Working Together? Presentation at Michigan State University sponsored by CREATE for STEM and the Department of Teacher Education.

de los Santos, E. X., & Chapoton, C. (2018, March). How to support biology students in constructing explanations about carbon-transforming processes. A presentation at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association. Atlanta, GA. Slides: NSTA2018_delosSantos_Chapoton.pdf


NARST Poster Session

Anderson, C. W., and the Carbon TIME project (2018, March). Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Atlanta. Poster: NARST2018_CTIME_Intro.pptx

Edwards, K. D., Scott, E. E., & Anderson, C. W. (2018, March). Designing curriculum to support student engagement in inquiry practices. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Atlanta. Poster: 1_Edwards_Inquiry_poster.pptx

Parker, J., Kohn, C., Covitt, B., Lee, M. & Anderson, C. W. (2018, March). Curriculum materials supporting 3-dimensional learning about the global carbon cycle. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Atlanta. Poster: 2_Parker_large_scale_poster.pptx

Thomas, J., Kim, J., & Draney, K. (2018, March). Machine scoring and IRT analysis. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Atlanta. Poster: 3_Thomas_Scoring_poster.pptx

Lin, Q., Kim, J., Holste, E., Bathia, S., Draney, K., & Frank, K. A. (2018, March). Teacher effectiveness and their Carbon TIME practices and knowledge. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Atlanta. Poster: 4_Lin_HLM_poster.pptx

Zhao, P., Scott, E. E., Anderson, C. W., Kim, J., & Draney, K. (2018, March). How Chinese and American students construct explanations of carbon-transforming processes. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Atlanta. Poster: 5_Zhao_China_poster.pptx

de los Santos, E., Marshall, S., Hancock, J. B., Bodbyl, S., Forsyth, A., Lin, Q., Penuel, W., 2 & Anderson, C. W. (2018, March). Teachers’ sensemaking about accountability and assessment. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Atlanta. Poster: 6_de_los_Santos_Interview_poster.pptx

Covitt, B. A., Morrison Thomas, C., Bodbyl, S., Lin, Q., Hancock, J. B., Kohn, C., de los Santos, E., & Anderson, C. W. (2018, March). Characterizing Discourse Patterns of Assessing and Scaffolding with Evidence from Carbon TIME Classroom Video. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Atlanta. Poster: 7_Covitt_Discourse_poster.pptx


Michigan Science Teachers Association Conference

Edwards, K. D. (2018, March). Using texts to engage students in threedimensional science. Presented at the annual meeting of the Michigan Science Teachers’ Association.

Slides and handouts: Kirsten_Readings_2018.zip

Johnson, W. R., & Morrison Thomas, C. (2108, March). Teaching about climate change in biology. Presented at the annual meeting of the Michigan Science Teachers’ Association.

Slides and handouts: Wendy_Christie_Climate_Change_2018.zip

Morrison Thomas, C. (2108, March). Scaffolding three-dimensional science using Carbon TIME units. Presented at the annual meeting of the Michigan Science Teachers’ Association.

Slides: CarbonTIMEScaffolding3DScienceMSTA18.pptx