Seven PhD in Education students presented at UCI's Associate Graduate Students (AGS) Symposium on April 20th. The symposium, held yearly in the spring, provides a venue for UCI to showcase outstanding graduate and professional student research to the public. Students are challenged to take the results of thousands of hours of academic research and discovery and present it in terms that a general audience can understand and appreciate.
School of Education presenters are listed below, alphabetically by last name. Click on the presentation title to access the accompanying abstract.
Presenter: Melissa Callaghan
Title: The Preschool App Market: Does It Support Early Learning?
Presenter: Bianca Cung
Title: Scheduling Unscheduled Online Courses
Presenter: Jacob Kepins
Title: The Role of School Minority Composition In Determining Teacher Perceptions of Schoolwide Misbehavior
Presenter: Peter McPartlan
Title: Improving the “Social Status” of Online Education
Presenter: Yenda Prado
Title: Tool of Empowerment: Using Digital Text Scaffolding to Promote Positive Literacy Attitudes in Struggling and Reluctant Readers
Presenter: Rachel Stumpf
Title: Smooth Sailing or Rough Waters? How Students Navigate College Writing
Presenter: Joanna Yau
Title: Is Texting like Talking? Sharing Emotions Online
l-r: Bianca Cung, Jacob Kepins, Peter McPartlan, Yenda Prado, Rachel Stumpf, Melissa Callaghan, Joanna Yau
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