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College of Education faculty present research at AERA

Boise State College of Education faculty showed strong representation at the 2021 Virtual American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference, April 8 – 12. At this year’s conference, 14 faculty shared their research across 15 presentations. Congratulations to all who presented.

A Typology of Becoming, Arturo Rodriguez

Celebrate Online Teaching and Learning!, Dazhi Yang

Characteristics Influencing Teacher Intervention in Bullying Situations: A Study in Idaho Elementary Schools, Brett Shelton

Developing a Capacity for Change as a Foundation for Teacher Retention, Jennifer L. Snow, Sherry Dismuke

Developing a Validity Argument for Teacher Observation Tools, Evelyn Johnson

Developing an Equity Stance Toward Teaching and Learning in the Clinical Experience Through Equity-Based Feedback, Sherry Dismuke, Jennifer L. Snow

Developing the Test of Early Arabic Literacy Skills, Evelyn Johnson

Development and Validation of the Team Mind-Set Scale, Soo Jeong Han

Difference-in-Differences, Propensity Score Matching, and Propensity Score Waiting in School-Level Natural Experiments, Peter Boedecker

Drinking from a Fire Hose: Lessons Learned About Online Teaching in the Wake of COVID-19, Patrick Lowenthal

Faculty Perceptions of Using Synchronous Video-Based Communication Technology, Patrick Lowenthal

Game-Based Digital Learning on EFL/ESL Learners’ Vocabulary Acquisition: Scoping Review of the Literature, Daibao Guo

Intellectual Leadership and Social Justice, Arturo Rodriguez

Operationalizing Constructs within Validity Arguments for K-12 Teacher Observational Measures, Angela Rae Crawford, Michele Carney, Joe Champion

Socioeconomic Status and Executive Function: Direct and Indirect Effects with Reading Achievement, Peter Boedecker

Studying Reflection as a Self-Assessment Tool for Online Learning, Ya Mo

Boise State College of Education representation at 2017 AERA