Fairness in Testing Webinar Series: Putting the Score First – Selection of Test Accommodations for IEP Teams, 5/11/2018

Putting the Score First: Selection of Test Accommodations for IEP Teams with Dr. Ryan J. Kettler May 11, 2018 (Friday), 11:00-12:30 CDT Educational testing accommodations are often selected in practice solely by considering whether they are likely to increase scores; this method does little to distinguish the selected accommodations from an award of bonus points. … Continue reading Fairness in Testing Webinar Series: Putting the Score First – Selection of Test Accommodations for IEP Teams, 5/11/2018

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Dissertation Defense: Melissa Bradford, 6/1/2018

Dear Doctoral Students, On Friday, June 1, Melissa Bradford will defend her dissertation titled, “Friends in The Orchid Room: Dialogic Inquiry Toward Value Creation in Education.” The abstract can be found here. Her chair is Dr. Jason Goulah. Date: June 1st Time: 1:00PM Location: COE  260 Dissertation defenses are open to all members of the COE … Continue reading Dissertation Defense: Melissa Bradford, 6/1/2018

Summer Camps in the COE Education and Counseling Center

Make a difference and get experience working with youth and families this summer in the Education and Counseling Center! Please volunteer for one of the following summer camps: Any help you can give is appreciated! We cannot facilitate these opportunities without your help. Any additional ideas for the camps are always welcome! We have a … Continue reading Summer Camps in the COE Education and Counseling Center

Call for Proposals: Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning

The main purpose of this series is to publish current scholarship and practices related to teaching and learning. The main aim of the series will be to showcase literature reviews, narratives, case studies, and other types of qualitative and quantitative research studies that explain how faculty and institutions are using innovative teaching and learning practices … Continue reading Call for Proposals: Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning

AERA 2018: EdD Student Opportunity Guide

AERA 2018: EdD Student Opportunities Divisions and SIG: AERA has a wide variety of divisions and special interest groups (SIGs). Throughout the conference, many divisions and DIGs host events for graduate students. For example, mentoring session (Div. D), graduate student reception (Div. J), graduate student breakfast (SGI: Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class and Gender), and dialogic … Continue reading AERA 2018: EdD Student Opportunity Guide