1st Annual Joint Seminar on Educational Research

Abstracts

 

  1. Akerson Valarie L., Erumit Banu Avsar, Kaynak Naime Elcan, School of Education, Indiana University, Teaching Nature of Science through Literacy: An Early Childhood Preservice Teacher Study
  2. Andrychowicz-Trojanowska Agnieszka, Faculty of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw, Eye-tracking as a Tool Helping to Increase the Effectiveness of Didactic Materials and Educational Outcomes.
  3. Buck Gayle A., Akerson Valarie L., School of Education, Indiana University, Supporting New Members as They Transition into our Science Education Community of Practice
  4. Francis Dionne Cross, Rogers Meredith Park, School of Education, Indiana University, Examining the Effect of Combining Mathematics and Science Professional Development on Teachers’ Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching and Quality of Instruction.
  5. Francis Dionne Cross, Tan Verily, Nicholas Celeste, School of Education, Indiana University, Integrated STEM Learning in a Workplace Simulation.
  6. Glazewski Krista, Brush Thomas, School of Education, Indiana University, Supporting Complex Problem Solving in Socioscientific Inquiry: Where Scaffolding Meets Technology.
  7. Hawrot Anna, Institute of Psychology, Maria Curie Skłodowska University, Jasińska-Maciążek Aleksandra, Marchlik Paulina, Tomaszewska-Pękała Hanna, Faculty of Education, University of Warsaw, Disappointment, Failure or Change of Life Plans? Reasons for Leaving Upper Secondary School by Polish Young Adults.
  8. Herbst Mikołaj, Euroreg, University of Warsaw, Bożykowski Marek, Jasiński Mikołaj, Zając Tomasz, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw, School teachers – best of the best, or too weak to work outside school? Verifying myths on the teaching profession in Poland.
  9. Hmelo-Silver Cindy, Šabanović Selma, Gomoll Andrea, Francisco Matthew, School of Education, Indiana University, How Can robots Help? Learning Outcomes from a Human Centered Robotics Curricula.
  10. Hurwitz Sarah, School of Education, Indiana University, Is Special Education Effective? A longitudinal examination of academic outcomes for students with disabilities
  11. Kościńska Justyna, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw, School: Sad Duty or Enriching Necessity? Effects of Long-Established Norms on Educational Attitudes.
  12. Lilpop Joanna, Chrzanowski Marcin M., Zachwatowicz Maria, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, Biology Education Practice in Polish Secondary Schools from the Perspective of Scientific Method.
  13. Lubienski Christopher, School of Education, Indiana University, Quasi-Markets, Educational Organization, and Access/Exclusion.
  14. Lubienski Sarah, School of Education, Indiana University, Bold Problem Solving: A New Construct for Improving Mathematics Achievement & Equity.
  15. Maltese Adam, School of Education, Indiana University, Working with educators in Poland and the US to infuse making into formal and informal education.
  16. Marciniak Martyna, Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw, Paradowski Michał B., Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw, Department of Second Language Studies, Indiana University, Zhu Meina, School of Education, Indiana University, Improving the Reliability of Peer Assessment in Pronunciation MOOCs: The Case of Japanese.
  17. Modrzejewska Ewa, Institute of Applied Polish Studies, University of Warsaw, Education for Democratic Citizenship with NGO: MamPrawoWiedziec.pl.
  18. Nelson Laird Thomas F., School of Education, Indiana University, Disciplinary Differences in Deep Approaches to Learning and the Connection of these Approaches to Student Outcomes.
  19. Nijakowska Joanna, University College of English Language Teacher Education, University of Warsaw, Inclusive Teaching Practices with Dyslexics: Online Training-Induced Changes in Foreign Language Teachers’ Self-efficacy, Attitudes, and Concerns.
  20. Nyikos Marta, School of Education, Indiana University, An Investigation of Guided Teacher Reflection with Novice and Experienced Language Teachers to Foster High-Leverage Teaching Methods.
  21. Radwan-Röhrenschef Magdalena, PAFF and UW School of Education, University of Warsaw, Towards Teacher Professionalism: Polish-American Freedom Foundation and University of Warsaw School of Education Curriculum.
  22. Samborska Maria, PAFF and UW School of Education, University of Warsaw, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Incorporating Mathematical Discussions into Classroom Practice by In-service Teachers.
  23. Swat-Pawlicka Magdalena, Białek Kinga, PAFF and UW School of Education, University of Warsaw, Argumentation Skills – to What Extent Do Textbooks Determine the Way They Are Introduced?
  24. Wojcieszek Maria, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw, Can Emotions Be Measured as Educational Outcomes?
  25. Wysłowska Olga, Faculty of Education, University of Warsaw, Cadima Joanna, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Porto, Pauline Slot, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Utrecht, How and Under what Conditions Does Quality in Early Education and Care Matter? A Study Across Four European Countries – First Results from Poland.
  26. Ząbecki Krzysztof, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, University of Warsaw, The Challenges of Indigenous Education in a Multicultural Metropolis: the Case of Mexico City.
  27. Zielińska Anna, Brzosko-Barratt Katarzyna, Faculty of Education, University of Warsaw, The Development of Teachers’ Autonomy through The Analysis of the Polish Experiences.
  28. Ziembowicz Karolina, The Robert B. Zajonc, Institute for Social Sciences, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Applied Social Sciences, The Maria Grzegorzewska Pedagogical University, Virtual Reality in the Classroom – How Virtual Reality Can Support the Process of Learning-by-Doing.
Poster

 

  1. Akerson Valarie L., Erumit Banu Avsar, Kaynak Naime Elcan, School of Education, Indiana University, Teaching Nature of Science through Literacy: An Early Childhood Preservice Teacher Study
  2. Buck Gayle A., Akerson Valarie L., School of Education, Indiana University, Supporting New Members as They Transition into our Science Education Community of Practice
  3. Glazewski Krista, Brush Thomas, School of Education, Indiana University, Supporting Complex Problem Solving in Socioscientific Inquiry: Where Scaffolding Meets Technology
  4. Kościńska Justyna, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw, School: Sad Duty or Enriching Necessity? Effects of Long-Established Norms on Educational Attitudes.
  5. Lilpop Joanna, Chrzanowski Marcin M., Zachwatowicz Maria, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, Biology Education Practice in Polish Secondary Schools from the Perspective of Scientific Method.
  6. Modrzejewska Ewa, Institute of Applied Polish Studies, University of Warsaw, Education for Democratic Citizenship with NGO: MamPrawoWiedziec.pl.
  7. Wojcieszek Maria, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw, Can Emotions Be Measured as Educational Outcomes?