Entries tagged with ‘education’

Lisa Dembouski and Michele Koomen (Education)

Lisa Dembouski and Michele Koomen presented a paper titled “Voices of students with disabilities in science education” at the national Disability Studies in Education conference.

Michele Koomen (Education)

Michele Koomen was elected to serve as Minnesota Science Teacher Association President. Koomen also presented a session at the Minnesota Educator Academy.

Lisa Dembouski (Education)

Lisa Dembouski is publishing a chapter titled “The Instructor is Partially Def: Hard of Hearing Professing in Higher Education” in Routledge Interdisciplinary Studies Series. She will also be part of a panel of chapter authors presenting their chapters at the National Communication Association annual conference in November, 2017.

Michele Koomen (Education)

Michele Koomen, Kristen Matthews ’18, Elisabeth McCabe ’18, and Laura Katchmark ’18 will present a session at the Minnesota Conference on Science Education on November 10, 2017.

Lisa Dembouski (Education)

Lisa Dembouski is publishing a chapter, “The Instructor is Partially Def: Hard of Hearing Professing in Higher Education,” in Routledge Interdisciplinary Studies Series. She will also be part of a panel of chapter authors presenting their chapters at the National Communication Association annual conference in Dallas, TX, in November 2017.

Dan Moos (Education)

Dan Moos published a book chapter, “Emerging classroom technology: Using self-regulation principles as a guide for effective implementation” in Self-Regulation of Learning and Performance (2017). He also presented “Concurrent Think-Alouds: Using trace data to understand self-regulated learning” at the international American Educational Research Association Conference in Texas (2017). Moos presented at the symposium “The Intersection […]

Michele Koomen (Education)

Michele Koomen, Lizzy Schutz ’16, and Ali Hoffman ’17 presented a paper at the Association of Science Teacher Education: “Practices of Science and Developing Scientific Explanations with Independent Student Directed Science Fair Projects.” Koomen also published an article: “Inclusive Science Education: Learning from Wizard” in Cultural Studies of Science Education. In addition, she and colleagues […]

Catering to the Needs of ALL Learners: Educating the World’s Future Leaders

Merging of Powerful Teaching Approaches means Greater Learning Options for ALL Learners In this day and age, more than ever, there is greater need for catering to the needs of ALL learners irrespective of what their learning needs may be. Everyone is a learner, e.g. in a rapidly changing world, we all are compelled to […]

Michele Koomen (Education)

Michele Koomen published an article with Gustavus graduates Lauren Pauley’15 and Kendra (Weege) Carlson ’15 in Science and Children: Native Plants and Seeds, Oh My!

Taking the Quest for Social Justice and Equity to another Level

A Fervent Need and Desire for Affirmation of Diversity There is a fervent need and desire for affirming diversity and insisting on equity and social justice in our communities, schools and other public places. In a paper I published, I addressed the various ways in which society, our schools, leaders and teachers attempt to bring […]