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The Impact of Multimedia Educative Curriculum Materials (MECMs) on Teachers' Beliefs about Scientific Argumentation

Recent reform efforts in science education include a focus on science practices. Teachers require support in integrating these practices into instruction. Multimedia educative curriculum materials (MECMs), digital materials explicitly designed to support teacher learning, offer one potential resource for this critical need. Consequently, the authors investigated how teachers used MECMs and whether that use impacted their beliefs about the practice of scientific argumentation. They conducted a randomised experimental study with 90 middle school science teachers in the USA.

Author/Presenter: 
Suzanna Loper
Katherine L. McNeill
María González-Howard
Lisa M. Marco-Bujosa
Laura M. O’Dwyer
Year: 
2019
Short Description: 
Authors discuss how teachers used MECMs and whether that use impacted their beliefs about the practice of scientific argumentation.

How Viewers Orient Toward Student Dialogue in Online Math Videos

Online math videos for student learning are abundant; yet they are surprisingly uniform in their monologic, expository mode of presentation and their emphasis on procedural skill. In response, we created an alternative model of online math videos that feature the unscripted dialogue of secondary school students, who convey sources of confusion and resolve the dilemmas that arise during problem solving.

Author/Presenter: 
Joanne Lobato
Carren Walker
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Year: 
2019
Short Description: 
Authors describe an alternative model of online math videos that feature unscripted dialogue of secondary school students, who convey sources of confusion and resolve the dilemmas that arise during problem solving.

Using a video club design to promote teacher attention to students' ideas in science

Science education stakeholders worldwide are engaged in efforts to support teachers' noticing and making sense of students' thinking in science. Here we introduce the design of a science teaching video club and present a study of its implementation. The current design extends prior research on video clubs as a form of professional development for supporting mathematics teachers. Results indicate that the current design supported science teachers in noticing and discussing students' thinking in sustained and meaningful ways.

Author/Presenter: 
Melissa J. Luna
Miriam Gamoran Sherin
Year: 
2017
Short Description: 
In this article, authors introduce the design of a science teaching video club and present a study of its implementation.
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Examining the Impact of Lesson-Analysis Based Teacher Education and Professional Development across Methods Courses, Student Teaching, and Induction

Author/Presenter: 
Christopher Wilson
Molly Stuhlsatz
Connie Hvidsten
Betty Stennett
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Year: 
2017
Short Description: 
Presentation on ViSTA at the 2017 NARST conference in San Antonio, Texas. The ViSTA Plus project is a multi-year preservice teacher education program for elementary teachers that spans the methods course, student teaching, and the first year of teaching.

2016 Video Showcase: Advancing STEM Learning for All

Event Date: 
Tue, 05/17/2016 - 8:00am to Mon, 05/23/2016 - 5:00pm

On May 17th – 23rd, 2016, more than 150 projects will showcase three-minute videos of their innovative work broadening participation and access to STEM. We invite researchers, practitioners, administrators, policy makers and the general public to view the videos and to interact with each of the presenters online. We look forward to your participation!

http://stemforall2016.videohall.com/

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The Question of Dissemination: Using Video to Draw Broader Audiences to NSF Research

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Day: 
Thu

Consider the role project videos can play in dissemination of research with OSPrI describing their video experience, and NSF situating the work within their efforts to improve policymakers’ understanding of DR K–12 research and development.

Date/Time: 
2:15 pm to 3:45 pm
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A challenge for researchers and federal research funding institutions in the 21st century is how to get the word out on how research is pertinent and being used in by the field. According to Neild (2016, p1):

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Mathematics for All: Facilitator

Access Mathematics for All: Participant at http://www.corwin.com/books/Book233325

Author/Presenter: 
Babette Moeller
Barbara Dubitsky
Marvin Cohen
Karen Marschke-Tobier
Hal Melnick
Linda Metnetsky
Andrea Brothman
Randi Cecchine
Year: 
2012
Short Description: 
Developed by Bank Street College of Education and the Education Development Center, this comprehensive professional development resource contains all the materials you need to conduct workshops that will show general and special education teachers how to collaborate to provide a high-quality, standards-based mathematics education to all students, including those with disabilities. The materials will deepen the understanding of both the facilitators and of the participants in these workshops. This resource will enable schools and school districts to increase the expertise of their math and special education leaders and provide their own workshops for teachers rather than hire outside consultants to do so. The Math for All learning experiences detailed in the enclosed books and DVDs help teachers •Assess students' strengths and needs •Use multiple instructional strategies to teach specific math concepts •Tailor lessons based on individual students' strengths and needs to help them achieve high-quality learning outcomes in mathematics The authors emphasize how the neurodevelopmental demands of a math lesson interact with individual students' strengths and needs. They also provide step-by-step guidance for adapting materials, activities, and instructional strategies to make lessons accessible to all students. This comprehensive resource includes two DVDs: one with PowerPoint presentations and embedded classroom videos, and a second DVD with just the video portion that shows examples of how teachers in Grades 3-5 have made math lessons accessible to students—including those with physical, learning, and language challenges. Also enclosed is the Math for All Participant Book, which includes the corresponding handouts and reproducibles for the program.

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