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ITLS Participation at AERA 2019

Matthew Havertz

03/28/2019

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Faculty and students in the Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences (ITLS) Department will share their research and participate at the AERA Annual Meeting in Toronto from April 5th to April 9th 2019. According to their website, "The American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting is the world’s largest gathering of education researchers and a showcase for groundbreaking, innovative studies in an array of areas." The conference will be at Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

This conference is the perfect opportunity for faculty and students to share the research projects they have been working on via poster sessions, presentations, workshops, and more. It is also an opportunity to learn from other scholars' research and build opportunities to collaborate.

Below is a list of participation from ITLS community members:


ITLS Constituent Presentation Type Time Location Title
Friday April 5th
Dr. Andrew Walker Paper Session Apr 5,
4:20 to 6:20pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 600 Level, Room 601A An Informed Synthesis of Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Computer-Based Scaffolding Research
Saturday, April 6th
Dr. Kristin Searle, Dr. Breanne Litts Symposium Apr 6,
8:00 to 9:30am
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 700 Level, Room 709 Learning to Take No for an Answer: Co-Designing Digital Experiences With Indigenous Youth in the Southwestern United States
Dr. Jody Clarke-Midura, Chonging Sun, Megan Hamilton, Katarina Pantic, Federick Poole MTCC Roundtable Session Nine Apr 6,
10:25 to 11:55am
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Hall F Near-Peer Mentoring as a Way to Foster Self-Efficacy in Informal Computer Science Environments
Dr. Jody Clarke-Midura Paper Session Apr 6,
12:20 to 1:50pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 200 Level, Room 205C Design Features That Promote Children's Awareness of the Affordances in Digital Math Games
Dr. Breanne Litts Invited Speaker Session Apr 6,
12:20 to 1:50pm
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Mezzanine, Pine East New Directions in Culture, Motivation, and Learning
Dr. Jennifer Blaney Paper Session Apr 6,
12:20 to 1:50pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 200 Level, Room 202A Refocusing Gender Inquiry: How Women in STEM Make Meaning of Research on Women in STEM
Dr. Jody Clarke-Midura MTCC Poster Session 15 Apr 6,
12:20 to 1:50pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 300 Level, Hall C Relationship Between Children's Enjoyment, Mathematics Awareness, Strategies, and Learning With Digital Games
Dr. Breanne Litts Structured Poster Session Apr 6,
2:15 to 3:45pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Room 801A Designing E-Textiles Together: Creating More Equitable Collaborative E-Textiles Projects for High School Classrooms
Dr. Kristin Ann Searle Structured Poster Session Apr 6,
2:15 to 3:45pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Room 801A E-Textiles as a Vehicle for Shifting Teachers' Private Conceptions About Student Ability and Race
Dr. Deborah Fields Structured Poster Session Apr 6,
2:15 to 3:45pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Room 801A Stitching the Loop: An E-Textiles Curriculum for Exploring Computer Science
Dr. Breanne Litts, Julie Lamarra, Chase Mortensen Structured Poster Session Apr 6,
4:10 to 6:10pm
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Lower Concourse, Sheraton Hall E Examining Learners' Failure Trajectories Across Their Computational Design Processes
Dr. Deborah Fields Structured Poster Session Apr 6,
4:10 to 6:10pm
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Lower Concourse, Sheraton Hall E Persevering Through Failures in Making E-Textiles: Contextual and Classroom Supports for Learning
Soojeong Jeong, Kaylee Liston, Dr. David F. Feldon MTCC Roundtable Session 14 Apr 6,
4:10 to 5:40pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Hall G Role of Doctoral Training Environments in Scholarly Productivity: Moderation From Sense of Belonging and Research Self-Efficacy
Sunday, April 7th
Dr. Deborah Fields Structured Poster Session Apr 7,
8:00 to 9:30am
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Lower Concourse, Sheraton Hall E Case Studies of Connected Learning With E-Textiles: Examining Social, Structural, and Ideational Supports
Dr. Victor Lee Paper Session Apr 8,
8:00 to 10:00am
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 700 Level, Room 713B Constructivist Learning Environments and Participants' Reasoning
Chonging Sun, Dr. Jody Clarke-Midura MTCC Roundtable Session 16 Apr 7,
8:00 to 9:30am
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Hall G Testing the Efficacy of a Near-Peer Mentoring Model for Recruiting Youth Into Computer Science
Dr. Mimi Recker Governance Session Apr 7,
9:55 to 11:25am
InterContinental Toronto Centre, Lower Level, Ballroom A American Educational Research Journal Closed Editorial Board Meeting
Dr. David Feldon Paper Session Apr 7,
9:55 to 11:25am
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Second Floor, Kent Beyond "Best" Practices: Using Evidence-Based Comparisons to Support Outcomes for Doctoral Students of Color
Katarina Pantic, Dr. Jody Clarke-Midura MTCC Roundtable Session 18 Apr 7,
9:55 to 11:25am
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Hall G Designing CS Experiences to Encourage Participation for Girls From Low Socioeconomic Backgrounds
Dr. Deborah Fields Structured Poster Session Apr 7,
11:50am to 1:20pm
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Lower Concourse, Sheraton Hall E Scaling Up Equity With E-Textiles: Stitch the Loop Unit Results in Exploring Computer Science
Megan Hamilton Invited Speaker Session Apr 7,
3:40 to 5:10pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 700 Level, Room 717B Grad Camp: Collaborative Conversations About Current Topics in Education
Monday, April 8th
Megan Hamilton Invited Speaker Session Apr 8,
8:00 to 10:00am
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Mezzanine, Birchwood Ballroom Division C Shark Tank: Graduate Students Pitch Equity and Inclusion–Focused Research Designs (for Money)
Kaylee Liston, Dr. Jennifer Blaney, Dr. David Feldon Roundtable Session Apr 8,
10:25 to 11:55am
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Lower Concourse, Grand Centre Research Self-Efficacy Stability Over Time: Considering the Experiences of Underrepresented Minority (URM), Women, and First-Generation Doctoral Students
Dr. Andrew Walker Paper Session Apr 8,
12:20 to 1:50pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Room 802A Pressing Forward: Innovations and Deep Study
Dr. Breanne Litts MTCC Roundtable Session 28 Apr 8,
12:20 to 1:50pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Hall G Reading the Violences of the World of School: A Secondary Literacy Teacher's Changing Perceptions
Dr. Aubrey Rogowski, Dr. Mimi Recker, Dr. Victor Lee Paper Session Apr 8,
2:15 to 3:45pm
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Mezzanine Level, Maple East Design Capacity for Informal Learning Within Schools: An Analysis of School Librarians and Maker Activities
Dr. Jina Kang Paper Session Apr 8,
2:15 to 3:45pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 Level, Room 802A Student Gestural Interaction Patterns Within an Embodied Science Simulation
Dr. Breanne Litts Paper Session Apr 8,
2:15 to 3:45pm
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Mezzanine Level, Maple East The Design of Making Environments
Tuesday, April 9th
Dr. Jennifer Blaney Paper Session Apr 9,
2:15 to 3:45pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 200 Level, Room 202A Developing Tech Leaders: How Undergraduate Women Make Meaning of Their Leadership Experiences
Dr. Mimi Recker Paper Session Apr 9,
8:00 to 9:30am
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 200 Level, Room 205A Designing and Implementing Sensor-Based Science Units That Incorporate Computational Thinking
Ji-Eun Lee, Dr. Mimi Recker Poster Session Apr 9,
2:15 to 3:45pm
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 300 Level, Hall C Examining the Validity and Instructional Value of a Rubric for Evaluating Online Course Quality

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