Dr. Linda Hanrahan, Chair of Graduate Programs in Education, opens the conference with a welcome and discussion of teacher research.
A Childhood Education student shares her research on facilitating student engagement across modalities.
An M.A.T. student presents his research on the use of formative assessments in mathematics teaching/learning.
An English Education M.A.T. student discusses her efforts to encourage student engagement in literature response groups.
In a discussion of his research on inviting movement and sound into his teaching, a Childhood Education student shares tips for motivating learners.
A Childhood Education teacher candidate explains how to use small groups during mathematics instruction.
Conference participants enjoy snacks and conversation during a break in the program.
A teacher candidate explores how teachers can foster dynamic-frame thinking and social imagination with young learners.
A Physics Education M.A.T. student discusses the application of formative assessments as tools to improve a physics teacher's practice and students' learning.
Student-centered approaches to classroom management are explored by a teacher candidate in Social Studies Education.
A future French teacher discusses her teacher inquiry project on homework.
Conference participants vist between sessions.
Dr. Copenhaver-Johnson introduces the day's keynote speaker, Dr. Katy Crawford-Garrett, and shows Dr. Crawford-Garrett's new book.
The 2012 to 2013 M.A.T. cohort offers appreciation to their colleagues and faculty for a wonderful year.
The Childhood Education cohort looks back on a year of study, practice, and teamwork.
Dr. Peter Martin accepts the Childhood Education cohort's gift to the faculty.
At the end of the day, Dr. Hanrahan congratulates the new graduates and encourages them to continue engaging in teacher research throughout their careers.
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