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Our latest presentations
Come see us presenting at the AERA 2016 in Chicago:
Contextual Understandings in
the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) Framework
Thursday, April 16, 2015, 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM
TPACKing: A Constructivist
Framing of the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK)
Thursday, April 16, 2015, 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM
Prompting Connections Between a
Fraction Game and School Mathematics
Friday, April 17, 2015, 10:35 AM - 12:05 PM
Promoting Spatial Language in
Mathematics Through a Body-Based Task
Saturday, April 18, 2015, 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM
The Role of Action in the
Development of Angle Concepts
Monday, April 20, 2015, 12:25 PM - 1:55PM
- Downes, J.M., & Bishop, P.A. (in press). The intersection between the middle school concept and technology integration research in middle level research online.
- Becker, R. & Bishop, P. (in press) Think bigger about science: using twitter for learning in the middle grades. Middle School Journal.
- Downes, J., & Bishop, P. (forthcoming). 21st century parent involvement. AMLE Magazine, 1(6), 42-44.
- Smith, C., & King, B. et al (2014). Learning angles through movement: critical actions for developing understanding in an embodied activity. The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 36: 95-108.
- Smith, C., & Neumann, M. et al (2014). iSTEM: Scratch it out! Enhancing geometrical understanding. Teaching Children Mathematics, 21(3).
- Smith, C., Berland, M. et al (2014). Playing Robot: Exploring how students alternate perspectives in IPRO. In Learning Technologies and the Body: Integration and Implementation in Formal and Informal Learning Environments. Routledge.
- Bishop, P., & Downes, J. (2014). Building stronger teams through technology. AMLE Magazine, 1(5), 44-45.
- Gale, J., & Bishop, P. (2014). The work of effective middle grades principals: Responsiveness and relationship. Research on Middle Level Education Online, 37(9), 1-23.
- Bishop, P. & Downes, J. (2013) Technology and learning in the middle grades. In P.G. Andrews (Ed.). Research to guide practice in middle grades education. 267-302.Westerville, OH: Association for Middle Level Education.
- Bishop, P. & Downes, J. (2013). Authentic assessment through technology. AMLE Magazine, 1(1), 44-45.
- Nelson, E. & Bishop, P. (2013). Students as action research partners: A New Zealand example. Middle school journal 45(2), 19-26.
- Downes, J., & Bishop, P. (2012). Responsive technologies for young adolescents. In F. Miller (Ed.). Transforming learning environments: Strategies to shape the global generation. Emerald Publishing, pp. 153-169.
- Andrews, C., & Bishop, P. (2012). Middle years transitions across the globe. Middle School Journal, 44(1), 8-14.
- Downes, J., & Bishop, P. (2012). Engaging digital natives: Learning from young adolescents? technology lives. Middle School Journal, 43(5), 6-15.
- Bishop, P. (2012). Multiple discourses and missing voices. In M. Vagle (Ed.). Not a stage! A critical re-conception of young adolescent education. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 163-174
- Advancing the Long View of Middle Grades Education: Leading through Research. Symposium on Middle Level Teacher Education. (November 2013).
- What Research Says about Technology in the Middle Grades: Learning from 1:1 Programs. Association for Middle Level Education Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN. (November 2013).
- Engaging Learners Through Digital Credentialing. Association for Middle Level Education Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN. (November 2013).
- ePortfolios and Badges: A New Framework for Learner Engagement.
VermontFest. Killington VT. (November 2013)
- Virtual Pictures at an Exhibition: Augmented Reality in the Classroom. VermontFest. Killington VT. (November 2013).
- ARIS Through the Looking Glass: Hands-On With Game Creation. VermontFest. Killington VT. (November 2013)
- Social Reading. VT Department of Libraries Annual Conference, Lake Morey, VT. (May 2013).
- Engaging Learners Through Badges and ePortfolios. University of Vermont College of Education and Social Services Scholarship Symposium. Burlington VT (May 2013).
- DCF Book Run: a Mobile iOS Game of Reading Comprehension. University of Vermont College of Education and Social Services Scholarship Symposium. Burlington VT (May 2013)
- A Praxis of Participatory Action Research: Creating 21st Century Learning Opportunities for Young Adolescents. Paper presentation at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (April 2013).
- Curriculum Issues in Middle Level Schools. Paper presentation at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (April 2013).
- The Impact of Technology on Student Engagement in a Middle School Classroom. New England Educational Research Organization Annual Conference. Portsmouth NH. (April 2013).
- The Effects of Game Play and Collaboration on Student Engagement. New England Educational Research Organization Annual Conference. Portsmouth NH. (April 2013).
- Engaging Learners Through Participatory Action Research. American Middle Level Educators. Portland OR. (November 2012).
- ARIS in Wonderland: How we're building mobile place-based games with students. VermontFest, Killington VT. (November 2012).
- Beyond Success: 1:1 As A Transformative Journey. Keynote speech, VT
1:1 School Conference, Lake Morey VT. (September 2012).
- Beyond Google - Capture and Curate Current Content/Conversations with Paper.li, Scoop.it, Diigo, and Twitter. Susan Hennessey. Presented at Dynamic Landscapes 2012
- Cool Stuff To Do in Google Apps (That Your Students Will Really Enjoy). Susan Hennessey and Jeffrey Jarrad (Union Elementary School). Presented at the Vermont Association of Social Studies Teachers annual conference, 2012.
- Using social media with UVM websites. Audrey Homan. Presented for the CESS Communications Committee at UVM. April 2012.
- Bookmapping. Susan Hennessey. Presented at the Dorothy Canfield Fisher Awards, 2012. Originally presented as a Tech Tips session in November 2011.
- Reading Level: finding texts along a lexile range. Susan Hennessey. Webinar, November 2011.
- Technology in the math classroom: beyond the online textbook. Meredith Swallow (Tarrant Institute graduate research assistant). Presented as a Tech Tips session. October 2011.
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