TERC at AERA Annual Meeting 2017

More than 15,000 researchers and experts in the field will convene April 27 – May 1 in San Antonio for the AERA Annual Meeting, Knowledge to Action—Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity.

The AERA Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of scholars in the field of education research. It is a showcase for ground-breaking, innovative studies in a diverse array of areas — from early education through higher education, from digital learning to second language literacy. It is where to encounter ideas and data that will shape tomorrow’s education practices and policies, and where to connect with leading thinkers from the U.S. and around the world.

TERC staff will be there to participate is symposiums, roundtables, and poster sessions.

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Thursday April 27th

Making Spaces for Youth From Nondominant Communities: New Approaches for Supporting Equitable and Consequential Experiences. Division C–Learning and Instructions; Structured Poster Session

“He Knows a Lot of Things”: Youth Meshwork Mapping in Making Spaces. Brian E. Gravel, Tufts UniversityEli Tucker-Raymond, TERCAditi Wagh, Tufts University

Engaging Youth Through STEAM Projects. Division G– Social Context of Education; Roundtable Session

The “Name” Project: Learning in a Team of High School Students Addressing a Climate Mitigation Challenge. Gillian M. Puttick, TERCBrian E. Drayton, TERC

Advancing Mathematics Education Through the National Science Foundation’s Discovery Research PreK–12 (DRK-12) Program. Division C–Learning and Instructions; Structured Poster Session

Evaluating the Developing Mathematical Ideas Professional Development Program. James K. L. Hammerman, TERC

Sunday April 30th

The Role of Real-World Contexts for Learning Mathematics. Division C–Learning and Instructions; Paper Session

Kindergarten and Grade 1 Students’ Use of Variable Notation to Represent Indeterminate Quantities. Barbara M. Brizuela, Tufts UniversityMaria Blanton, TERC

Monday May 1st

Climate Science Learning Technologies and Assessments. Division C–Learning and Instructions; Roundtable Session

Teacher Facilitation of Participatory Pedagogy as Middle Schoolers Design Computer Games About Climate Change. Michael Patrick Cassidy, TERCGillian M. Puttick, TERC

“I Broke Your Game”: Critique Among Middle Schoolers Designing Computer Games About Climate Change. Eli Tucker-Raymond, TERCGillian M. Puttick, TERC; Casper Harteveld, Northeastern UniversityMichael Patrick Cassidy, TERC

Suspension Bridges: Cultural Historical Activity Theory as a Tool for Understanding Productive Tensions Across STEM Learning Communities. SIG-Science Teaching and Learning; Symposium

Crossing the Bridge: Tensions in Developing Identities as Mentors Across Dual Activity Systems. Deana Scipio, TERC

Sunday April 30th

Research in Mathematics Education SIg Poster Session. SIG-Research in Mathematics Education; Poster Session

Teachers’ Interpretations of a Linear Equation Regarding Physical Quantities. Chunhua Liu, Tufts UniversityDavid W. Carraher, TERCSarah Bray, University of Michigan–Ann ArborAnalucia D. Schliemann, Tufts University

Sunday April 30th

Exploring Varied Approaches to Supporting Responsive Teaching in Science and Mathematics. Division K–Teaching and Teacher Education; Structured Poster Session

Cultivating Interpretive Power in Science Teaching. Ann Rosebery, TERC; Beth M. Warren, Boston UniversityEli Tucker-Raymond, TERC