Nov
6
3:00 pm15:00

Thank you and closing

Thank you and Closing: Department Chair Jay Parkes; College of Education; University of New Mexico

Location: Alvarado FGH

Nov
6
1:30 pm13:30

Keynote Speaker

The Role of Rewards in Motivation and Learning: Multiple Perspectives

Dr. Suzanne Hidi

Introduced by Dr. Terri Flowerday

Location: Alvarado FGH

Dr. Hidi obtained her PhD in Educational Psychology in 1976 (University of Toronto). She was an Associate Professor and a member of the Graduate Faculty of the University of Toronto. Currently, she is a founding member of the Senior College of the University of Toronto. Her early research and publications focussed on reasoning and academic writing, followed by investigations of students’ motivation in general and interest in specific.

More recently, she has been interested in linking research of educational/social psychologists with those of neuroscientists in the area of motivation and rewards.  Dr. Hidi is one of the three Editors of Interest in Mathematics and Science Learning (2015) sponsored by the American Educational Research Association. Her paper, co-authored by Ann Renninger, The Four-Phase Model of Interest Development (2006), is being widely used as a conceptual framework for on-going research in interest development and motivation in both school and out of school settings. Their book “Power of Interest for Motivation and Engagement” is in press (Routledge).  

Nov
6
10:30 am10:30

Morning Session II

10:30-11:45      Working Session

Session A:  SCIPIE History and Future Directions

Location: Alvarado FGH

Session Topic: The Founding of a Consortium in the Southwest: A Discussion of the Past, Present and Future of SCIPIE

  • Content Experts: Lisa Bendixen, Terri Flowerday, Benjamin Heddy, Jenefer Husman, Douglas Kauffman, Ralph Reynolds, Gale Sinatra & Jessica Summer

Session Facilitator: Jenefer Husman

Nov
6
9:00 am09:00

Morning Sessions I

9:00—10:15     Working Sessions

Session A: Teacher Identity and Culture

Location: Alvarado A

Session Topic:  Exploring Teacher Identity and Belief Systems in and Outside the Context of Culture: A Methodological Perspective

  • Content Experts: Tryphenia Peele-Eady, Laura Haniford & Tenley Ruth

Session Facilitators: Tryphenia Peele-Eady & Martin Jones

Session B: Conceptual Change

Location: Alvarado B

Session Topic: Stirring the Pot and Adding Ingredients: A Recipe for Changing Conceptual Change

  • Content Experts: Louis Nadelson, Ben Heddy & Suzanne Jones

Session Facilitators: Kristyna Looney, Christina Sias, Jeff Gunther

Nov
5
3:00 pm15:00

Afternoon Sessions II

3:00 - 4:15 Working Sessions

Session A: Investigating Student Motivation Engagement and Achievement using Secondary Data Sets

Location: Alvarado A

Session Topic: Reading Engagement and Motivation as Predictors of Reading Achievement: Patterns for Ethnic Groups and SES

  • Content Experts: Stephen Whitney & David Bergin

Session Topic: Differential Relationships between Mathematics Achievement, Parental Involvement and Student Noncognitive Factors: Findings from 4th Graders in the United States and in Taiwan

  • Content Experts: Jingfei Liu & Ze Wang

Session Facilitator: Jonathan Hilpert

Session B: Peer Interaction and Collaboration

Location: Alvarado B

Session Topic: A Sociocultural Perspective on Identity: Marginal Identity Trajectories in Collaborative Learning

  • Content Expert: Karlyn Adams-Wiggins

Session Topic: Did I hear what you Said or what I Thought?

  • Content Expert: Angela O’Donnell

Session Facilitator: Jessica Summers

Readings: 

Faircloth (2012) ‘‘Wearing a mask’’ vs. connecting identity with learning

Eccles & Roeser (2011) Schools as Developmental Contexts During Adolescence

O'donnell (2004) Shared and unshared knowledge resources

O'donnell & OKelly (1994) Learning from Peers: Beyond the Rhetoric of Positive Results

 

Nov
5
1:30 pm13:30

Afternoon Sessions I

1:30-2:45          Working Sessions

Session A: Discipline Based Educational Research

Location: Alvarado A

Session Topic: DBER in the Middle: Education Research in Disciplinary Contexts by Content Experts, Psychologists and Education Researchers

  • Content Experts: Lisa Benson, Jonathan Hilpert, Michelle Jordan, Kaatje Kraft, Adam Kirn, Katherine Muto-Nelson

Session Facilitators: Duane Shell & Jenefer Husman

Readings:

Singer et al. (2012) Discipline-based educational research

Session B: Teacher-Student Dynamics

Location: Alvarado B

Session Topic: Motivation in Context: Merging Perspectives on the Dynamic Interplay between Teachers and Students

  • Content Experts: Angela Miller & Melissa Broeckelman-Post

Session Topic: Reframing Teaching from a Listening Perspective

  • Content Experts: Kersti Tyson, Allison Hintz & Andrea English

Session Topic: Collective Efficacy Through a Developmental Lens: Cross Case Exploration of Classroom Interactions

  • Content Experts: Suzanne H. Jones, LeAnn G. Putney & Brett Campbell

Session Facilitator: Gwen Marchand

Nov
5
10:30 am10:30

Morning Sessions II

10:30-11:45      Working Sessions

Session A: Place-Based Research in the Southwest

Location: Alvarado A

Session Topic: Examining the Role of Place-based Research in the Graduate Professional Preparation Curriculum in Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences

  • Content Experts: Jan Armstrong, Tryphenia Peele-Eady, Kersti Verna Tyson, Veronica Lane Lee, Alicia Gonzales, Almut Zieher & Bethany Hale

Session Facilitators: Jan Armstrong & Terri Flowerday

Readings:

Gruenewald (2003) Foundations of Place: A Multidisciplinary Framework for Place-Conscious Education

Dorner (2012) The Life Course and Sense-Making: Immigrant Families’ Journeys Toward Understanding Educational Policies and Choosing Bilingual Programs

Session B: Metacognition and Calibration

Location: Alvarado B

Session Topic: Calibration of Self-efficacy -- a Tale of Two Disciplines

  • Content Expert: Glenda Stump

Session Topic: Metacognitive Monitoring: Measurement and Application

  • Content Expert: Antonio Gutierrez

Session Facilitators: Jonathan Hilpert & Gwen Marchand

Readings:

Gutierrez & Schraw (2015) Effects of Strategy Training and Incentives on Students’ Performance, Confidence, and Calibration

Schraw, Kuch, & Gutierrez (2013) Measure for measure: Calibrating ten commonly used calibration scores

Schraw, Kuch, Gutierrez, & Richmond (2014) Exploring a Three-Level Model of Calibration Accuracy

Nov
5
9:00 am09:00

Morning Sessions I

9:00—10:15     Working Sessions

Session A: Epistemic Cognition

Location: Alvarado A

Session Topic: How can research in epistemic cognition inform our understanding of individuals’ world views, perceptual filters and multiple perspectives?

  • Content Experts: Lisa Bendixen, Ben Heddy, Jeffrey A. Greene, Doug Lombardi, Gale M. Sinatra

 Session Facilitators: Robert Danielson, Ananya Mukhopadhyay, Ian Thacker, Tyron Young

Readings:

Green (In press) Interacting Epistemic Systems Within and Beyond the Classroom

Hofer (in press) Epistemic Cognition as a Psychological Construct

Sinatra (in press) Thoughts on Knowledge about Thinking about Knowledge

Session B: Socially Shared Regulation in Discipline Based Research

Location: Alvarado B

Session Topic:  Finding Shared Regulation in Qualitative Data from a Learning Studio

  • Content Experts: Vanessa Svihla, Victor Law, Aurora Pun, Sushilla Knottenbelt, Gary A. Smith, Audriana M. Stark & Damien Sanchez

Session Topic: Project Based Learning & Imperfect Literacy

  • Content Experts: Jamie Collins & Michelle Jordan

Session Facilitator: Michelle Jordan

Readings

Hadwin & Oshige (2011) Self-Regulation, Coregulation, and Socially Shared Regulation

*Note:  Please bring an electronic device such as a laptop, tablet, or smart phone if you are participating in this session that will allow you to contribute to our Googledoc:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KVPWNJiN5mdoX0hj2ztitQZ45hzQ9YNvCzuLY8KJ3xI/edit?usp=sharing.