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Winter 2012 E-Certi Newsletter, Center For Educational Research And Teaching Innovation Dec 2012

Winter 2012 E-Certi Newsletter, Center For Educational Research And Teaching Innovation

CAFE Faculty Newsletters

Hello S&T instructors: Another semester has rushed by at nano speed! Don’t forget to take a moment to enjoy what you have accomplished, as well as the accomplishments of some of your colleagues, which are highlighted in this issue. Also check out tips for handling interruptions and increasing class participation in discussion, as well as a feature on Dr. Martin Bohner.


Fall 2012 E-Certi Newsletter, Center For Educational Research And Teaching Innovation Aug 2012

Fall 2012 E-Certi Newsletter, Center For Educational Research And Teaching Innovation

CAFE Faculty Newsletters

Hello S&T instructors: The fall semester is here and with it a time of saying farewell to Vice Provost Harvest Collier. Read a tribute to him here. Also, read about how Hank Pernicka teaches rocket science and consistently garners teaching awards, plus, find out little known facts about S&T’s Woman of the Year and details of this year’s Curators’ Teaching Summit. Welcome back!


Wright State University College Of Education And Human Services Annual Report, 2011-2012, College Of Education And Human Services Jun 2012

Wright State University College Of Education And Human Services Annual Report, 2011-2012, College Of Education And Human Services

College of Education and Human Services Annual Reports

This Wright State University College of Education and Human Services annual report is from 2011 through 2012.


Spring 2012 E-Certi Newsletter, Center For Educational Research And Teaching Innovation Mar 2012

Spring 2012 E-Certi Newsletter, Center For Educational Research And Teaching Innovation

CAFE Faculty Newsletters

Hello S&T instructors! It’s definitely Spring outside and that means another semester is winding to a close. In this issue, we’re sharing about the new eStudio and what it can do, how to apply for mini-grant funding for educational research, and a tool for helping students read for understanding. Additionally, enjoy an article about Reza Zoughi sharing what he likes to do best.


Testing An Instrument Using Structured Interviews To Assess Experienced Teachers’ Tpack, Judi Harris, Neal Grandgenett, Mark J. Hofer Jan 2012

Testing An Instrument Using Structured Interviews To Assess Experienced Teachers’ Tpack, Judi Harris, Neal Grandgenett, Mark J. Hofer

Book Chapters

In 2010, the authors developed, tested, and released a reliable and valid instrument that can be used to assess the quality of inexperienced teachers’ TPACK by examining their detailed written lesson plans. In the current study, the same instrument was tested to see if it could be used to assess the TPACK evident in experienced teachers’ planning in the form of spoken responses to semi-structured interview questions. Interrater reliability was computed using both Intraclass Correlation (.870) and a score agreement (93.6%) procedure. Internal consistency (using Cronbach’s Alpha) was .895. Test-retest reliability (score agreement) was 100%. Taken together, these ...


Tpack Research With Inservice Teachers: Where’S The Tck?, Mark J. Hofer, Judi Harris Jan 2012

Tpack Research With Inservice Teachers: Where’S The Tck?, Mark J. Hofer, Judi Harris

Book Chapters

Researchers are increasingly exploring the development and expression of experienced teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK). While the majority of extant studies focus on evidence and growth of TPACK holistically, some have begun to distinguish teacher knowledge in TPACK’s subdomains, including technological pedagogical knowledge (TPK) and technological content knowledge (TCK). In reviewing this literature, one pattern has become apparent: teachers’ TPK is documented considerably more often than their TCK across studies that have disaggregated results according to these subdomains. This paper reviews the studies that together illustrate this trend, offering potential explanations and suggestions for further investigation.


12 Museum Theorists At Play, Marian Howard, Lauren Appel, Nicole Ferrin, David Vining, Katherine Hillman, Marissa Corwin, Berry Stein, Nicole Keller, William Elliston, David Bowles, Tiffany Reedy, Kathryn Eliza Harris, Liat Olenick Jan 2012

12 Museum Theorists At Play, Marian Howard, Lauren Appel, Nicole Ferrin, David Vining, Katherine Hillman, Marissa Corwin, Berry Stein, Nicole Keller, William Elliston, David Bowles, Tiffany Reedy, Kathryn Eliza Harris, Liat Olenick

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations


Introduction by Lauren Appel
1. Learning by Do-weyan, by Marian Howard, with Nicole Ferrin
2: Dewey Defines Himself and Education, by David Vining
3. Benjamin Ives Gilman: Arts in People’s Lives, by Katherine Hillman
4. John Cotton Dana: The Social Construction of Museums, by Marissa Corwin
5. Piaget in the Art Museum: Constructing Knowledge Through Active Engagement, by Berry Stein
6. Lev Vygotsky: The Social Aspects of Learning, by Nicole Keller
7. Paulo Freire: Literacy, Democracy, and Context, by Nicole Keller
8. Maxine Greene: Aesthetic Education, by Lauren Appel
9. Howard Gardner and Multiple Intelligence Theory: A Practical Application ...