SoE Faculty and Students Present at 2017 SREE
SoE faculty and students presented at the Society for Research in Educational Effectiveness (SREE) Spring 2017 Conference, held in Washington, DC from March 1-4, 2017. SREE “endeavors to advance research relevant to practice, from early childhood through the transition to higher and continuing education. The Society strives to generate knowledge and facilitate applications in new contexts and across fields. SREE organizes conferences and professional development courses that bring together diverse audiences.”
The 2017 conference theme was “Expanding the Toolkit: Maximizing Relevance, Effectiveness and Rigor in Education Research.”
SoE Presentations (presented alphabetically by title)
"Assessing the Correspondence between Student-Level Fidelity Data and Observational Measures of Classroom Instructional Content"
Authors: Joshua Lawrence, Alex Lin, & Catherine Snow
"Beyond the Average Treatment Effect: Differential Effects of an Intervention on Growth Trajectories of Literacy Skills as a Function of Student Characteristics"
Authors: Young-Suk Kim & Benjamin Piper
"Competencies That Research Suggests Are Related to College Success"
Author: Greg Duncan
"Evolution of the Pathway Project Intervention and Defining Key Components for Replication"
Author: Carol Booth Olson
"Meta-Analysis of Random Assignment Studies of Interventions Targeting the Identified Competencies"
Author: Sabrina Solanki
"Middle School Language Classification Effects on High School Achievement and Behavioral Outcomes"
Author: Marcela Reyes & NaYoung Hwang
"Kindergarten Language Status and Achievement Growth among Hispanics"
Author: Summer Wang
"Suspension and Achievement: Do the Effects Vary by Type and Frequency?"
Author: NaYoung Hwang
"Unintended Consequences: Does the Effort to Reduce Suspensions Harm Learning Environments?"
Author: NaYoung Hwang
"Using Fidelity Data to Elucidate the Results of a Quasi-Experiment on Assessment-2-Instruction Technology"
Authors: Carol Connor & Karen Taylor
"When Data and Theory Collide: Designing and Evaluating Successful Interventions for Young Children's Comprehension-Related Processes"
Authors: Christopher J. Lonigan, Carol M. Connor, Beth M. Phillips, & Young-Suk Kim
In addition to presenting, the following are serving in organizational capacities:
- Chair: Carol Connor, "Promoting Academic Achievement among Diverse Vulnerable Populations"
- Discussant: Young-Suk Kim, "Educational Effectiveness in Global and Immigration-Related Contexts Symposium"
- Organizer of Research Practice Symposium: Tyler Watts, "Analyzing Fidelity of Implementation Data in Educational Interventions"