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Archived Faculty and Student Presentations > 2005-06 Faculty & Student Presentations

2005-06 Faculty & Student Presentations

Papers presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA, April, 2006.

Black, J. (Co-Author; Non-Presenter). Is Television Making Us Smarter? A Mental Model Approach to Examining the Cognitive Complexity of Today's Television Shows. Black, J. (Co-Author; Non-Presenter). Learning Newtonian Mechanics With an Animation Game: The Role of Presentation Format. Black, J. (Co-Author; Non-Presenter). Using a Factorial Design Framework to Promote a Mental Model of Children's Mathematical Cognition. Black, J. (Co-Author; Non-Presenter). Young Children's Comprehension of a Novel Interface: How Cognitive Development and Previous Computer Experience Come into Play Cammack, D. (Author; Presenter). Mediating Malcolm: An Activity Theory Analysis of Hypertext and African-American History. Kapur, M. (Co-Author; Presenter). Interactional Predictors of Group Performance in Computer-Supported, Collaborative Problem Solving. Kinzer, C. K. (Author; Presenter). Mediating Multimedia Case Studies: Internal and External Factors in the Use of a Designed Learning Environment. Kinzer, C. K. (Co-Author; Presenter).Interactional Predictors of Group Performance in Computer-Supported, Collaborative Problem Solving. Lin, P. (Co-Author; Non-Presenter). Studying the Effectiveness of the Discussion Forum in Online Professional Development Courses. Lin, X. (Co-Author; Presenter). Toward Teachers' Adaptive Metacognition. Lohnes, S. (Author; Presenter). (De)Constructing the NetGen: A Spatial Analysis of the Technology Practices of Liberal Arts College Students. Lowes, S. (Co-Author; Presenter). Studying the Effectiveness of the Discussion Forum in Online Professional Development Courses Meier, E. (Co-Author; Non-Presenter). Designing and Using Video Case Studies for Professional Development on Inclusion in Elementary Mathematics Classroom. Meier, E. (Author; Presenter). Evaluating Technology Integration: Raising the Return on Our Investment. Mejia, B. (Co-Author; Non-Presenter). An Evaluation of Dynamic Pedagogy on Third-Grade Mathematics Achievements of Ethnic Minority Children. Vasudevan, L. (Author; Presenter). Pedagogies and Pleasures: How Multimodal Play Helps Us Reimagine and Represent Adolescent's Literacies. Vasudevan, L. (Chair). Media, Learning, and Sites of Possibility. Wang, Y. (Co-Author; Non-Presenter). Studying the Effectiveness of the Discussion Forum in Online Professional Development Courses. Wang, Y. (Author; Presenter). Do Multiple Perspectives Lead to Perspective Change?


Papers presented at the Serious Games Summit/Games Developers Conference, San Jose, CA, March, 2006.

William Crosbie and Jessica Hammer (Co-Presenters). The Great Divide: Seven Core Tensions Between Schools and Games. John Black (Presenter). Designing Games with Explanatory Transparency for better Learning and Understanding. Michael Hillinger and Charles K. Kinzer (Co-Presenters). CO2FX: A Web-based Game for Teaching about Issues Underlying Global Climate Change.