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Mathematics and Science Education – Doctoral Student Work

PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS BY DOCTORAL STUDENTS IN THE MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATION PH.D.
Laura Grant
  • Grant, L.,Lightner, L., Witters, A., Magña, M., & Wood, S. (2015, March). A systematic review of discourse:  Its influence on English language learners in the elementary mathematics and science classroom.  Poster session presented at the Washington State University Academic Showcase.  Pullman, WA.
  • Grant, L. (August, 2015). Supporting English language learners in the argument based classroom:  Student produced videos to document claims. Poster session presented at the International Argument Based Inquiry Conference.  Spokane, WA.
  • Lightner, L., Grant, L. & Witters, A. (August, 2015).  A review of discourse’s outcomes for English language learners in K-12 mathematics and science. Poster session presented at the International Argument Based Inquiry Conference.  Spokane, WA.
  • Grant, L. (October, 2015).  Supporting English language learners in the mathematics classroom:  Student-produced videos to support mathematical reasoning.  Poster session presented at the Washington State University Tech-Ed Conference.  Pullman, WA.
  • Morrison, J., Firestone, J., Grant, L. (January, 2016). The first year of an innovative STEM elementary school. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Reno, NV.
  • Firestone, J., Morrison, J., Grant, L. (January, 2016).  Transplanted stems:  Teachers’ changing beliefs about STEM at a new elementary STEM school. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Reno, NV.
Lindsay Lightner
  • Ardasheva, Y., Newcomer, S. N., Ernst-Slavit, G., Morrison, S. J., Morrison, J. A., Carbonneau, K. J., & Lightner, L. K. (in press). Decision-making practices of experienced upper-elementary teachers during small group instruction to support English learners.  The Elementary School Journal. https://doi.org/10.1086/704392
  • Lightner, L. K. & Morrison, J. A. (2019, August).  Science teaching self-efficacy in newly qualified primary teachers with extant school-based work experiences.  Poster to be presented at the European Science Education Research Association Conference, Bologna, Italy.
  • Lightner, L. K., & Morrison, J. A. (2019, April).  The transition from paraprofessional to teacher: The paraprofessional’s voice.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Toronto, ON.
  • Newcomer, S., Morrison, S., Ernst-Slavit, G., Morrison, J. A., Lightner, L. K., Ardasheva, Y., & Carbonneau, K. J. (2019, April).  “This was the first time anybody had ever invited me”: The power of school/family engagement.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Toronto, ON.
  • Ernst-Slavit, G., Morrison, J., Lightner, L., Morrison, S., Newcomer, S., Ardasheva, Y., & Carbonneau, K. (2019, February).  Alternative routes to teacher certification for paraprofessionals: One program’s example. Paper presented at the Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference, Airway Heights, WA.
  • Lightner, L. K., & Morrison, J. A. (2019, January).  The relationship of teaching beliefs to paraprofessional preservice teachers’ self-efficacy for teaching elementary science.  Paper presented at the Association for Science Teacher Education International Conference, Savannah, GA.
  • Newcomer, S. N., Ernst-Slavit, G., Morrison, S. J., Ardasheva, Y., Morrison, J. A., Lightner, L. K., & Carbonneau, K. J. (2018, November).  Exploring our educational imagination: Stories of journeying toward teaching. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Jose, CA.
  • Ardasheva, Y., Newcomer, S. N., Ernst-Slavit, G., Morrison, S. J., Morrison, J. A., Carbonneau, K. J. & Lightner, L. K. (2018, November).  Experienced teachers’ small group instruction decision-making practices. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Jose, CA.
  • Ardasheva, Y., Newcomer, S. N., Ernst-Slavit, G., Morrison, S. J., Carbonneau, K. J., Morrison, J. A., & Lightner, L. K. (2018, April). Upper-elementary teachers’ use of small group strategies across content areas to support English learners. Roundtable paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.
  • Lightner, L. K. & Morrison, J. A. (2018, March).  Striking balances: Influences on paraprofessional preservice elementary teachers’ science teaching self-efficacy. Poster presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching International Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Lightner, L. K., & Morrison, J. A. (2018, January).  Exploring the influence of situated work experiences on paraprofessional preservice teachers’ science teaching self-efficacy.  Paper presented at the Association for Science Teacher Education International Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Lightner, L. K., & Morrison, J. A. (2017, January).  What are the science teaching self-efficacy beliefs of paraprofessionals enrolled in an alternate route teacher certification program?  Paper presented at the Association for Science Teacher Education International Conference, Des Moines, IA.
  • Morrison, J., & Lightner, L. (2017).  Putting paraeducators on the path to teacher certification.  Phi Delta Kappan, 98(8), 43-47.  https://doi.org/10.1177/0031721717708294
  • Lightner, L. K., Grant, L. E., & Witters, A. J. (2016, January).  A systematic review of discourse’s outcomes for English language learners in K-12 mathematics and science classrooms.  Poster presented at Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) International Conference, Reno, NV.
Michele Haberlach
  • Haberlach, M., & Leitz, S. (2014).  Building Effective Community College Partnerships that Promote College Access for All Students. Gear Up West 2014 Conference, Seattle, Washington.
  • Carney, R., Haberlach, M., & Leitz, S. (2015).  Practitioner Perspective: Leadership for College and Career Readiness.  Gear Up Professional Development Workshop, Seattle, Washington.
  • Haberlach, M., Petterson, A. (2015).  Making College the Expectation, Not the Exception. University of Washington Gear Up Educator Development Initiative Summer Institute, Seattle, Washington.
Michele Haberlach
  • George, D. J., & Hammer, N. I. (2014). Studying the Binomial Distribution Using LabVIEW. Journal of Chemical Education92(2), 389-394.
Margarita Vidrio Magana
  • Roth McDuffie, A., Drake, C., Choppin, J., Davis, J., Magaña, M.V. & Carson, C. (in press). Middle school mathematics teachers’ perceptions of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and related assessment and teacher evaluation systems. Educational Policy.
  • Roth McDuffie, A., Drake, C., Choppin, J., Davis, J., Brown, J., & Magaña, M.V. (2015, April). Case studies of teachers’ perceptions of CCSSM and use of curriculum materials. In C. Drake (Chair) Exploring Middle School Teachers’ Use of Curriculum Materials in the Context of the Common Core Symposium. Paper presented as part of a symposium at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL.
  • Roth McDuffie, A., Drake, C., Carson, C., Choppin, J., Davis, J., & Magaña, M.V. (2015, February). Middle school mathematics teachers’ perceptions of the Common Core, related assessments, and teacher evaluation systems. Presentation at the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Presentation at the Academic Showcase for Washington State University, March 2015.
Clif Marr
  • Presentation at the Association of Science Teacher Education conference.
  • Co-author of paper at the American Educational Research Association conference.
Rachel Halsey

PRESENTATIONS

  • Presentation at The Teaching Academy of the Consortium of West Region College of Veterinary Medicine Biennial Summer Conference: Teaching Experiments  “Using a multimedia approach to prepare students for a complex multiday learning experience”  July 13, 2017.
Kalei Titcomb

CONFERENCES

  • Co-Director of the Oregon Invitations Math Tournament. May 2014.
  • Student Cordinator of the Infinite Possibilities Conference. May 2015.
  • AP Exam Grader for AP Calculus. 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017.
Christine McManus
  • National Presentation at Washington State University Tech-Ed Conference (Pullman, WA) October 2015. Using Virtual Field Trips to Expand the Diversity of the Classroom for K-12 Educators (Practitioner).
  • Poster Presentation at Gerontechnology I Poster Presentation Washington State University (Pullman, WA) December 2015. Ambulatory Circuit Research at St. Luke’s Research Institute.
  • International Presentation: International Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference (Airway Heights, WA). February 2016. Using Virtual Field Trips to Expand the Diversity of the Classroom for K-12 Educators (Researcher).
  • Poster Presentation at Gerontechnology II Poster Presentation. UI Development Digital Memory Notebook. Washington State University (Pullman, WA) May 2016.
  • Lamb, R., Firestone, J., & McManus, C. (2016). Examination of the Impacts of Dimensionality on the Cognitive Dynamics Associated Educational Video Game Play, Poster Presented at Washington State University Academic Showcase. Pullman, WA.
  • National Co-PIs:  (2016). McManus, C., Lamb, R., Firestone, J.B. & Westhoff, G. Steelcase Active Learning Furniture Grant. $62,000.00. Steelcase Education (Reviewed).
  • Lamb, R., Firestone, J., & McManus, C. (2016). Principles and applications of Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy. Paper presented at the National Science Foundation Laboratory Collaborative Network. Gainesville FL & Boston, MA.
Melissa Graham
  • Graham, M. & Lesseig, K. (March, 2017). Examining teacher learning through Mathematics Studio. Poster presented at WSU Showcase, Pullman, WA, March 31, 2017.
  • Graham, M., & Lynn, K. (October, 2016). What the standards for mathematical practice look like in a college classroom. The Northwest Mathematics Conference, Yakima, WA October 21-23, 2016.
  • Alvin, B., Lane, J., Coomes, J., & Graham, M. (May, 2011). Strategies for improving students’ motivation and learning in developmental and first college mathematics courses. Assessment, Teaching, and Learning Conference, Spokane, WA.
  • Gentle, R. & Graham, M. (October, 2010). Archimedean Solids. The Northwest Mathematics Conference, Spokane, WA.
Charlotte Waters
  • Nelson, T. H., LeBard, L, & Waters, C. (summer, 2010). How to create a professional learning community. Science and Children, p. 36-40
  • Nelson, T. H., Waters, C., & LeBard, L. (2009). Using classroom-based data to inform teaching. One hour interactive presentation at the National Science Teachers Association regional conference, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Nelson, T. H., LeBard, L., & Waters, C. (2009). Collaborative inquiry in PLCs: Using focus questions and classroom-based data to improve teaching and learning. One hour interactive presentation at the National Science Teachers Association regional conference, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Nelson, T. H. & Waters, C. (2009). Using classroom-based data to inform teaching. Invited symposium participant on Engaging with Teachers around Science Education. Research at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Garden Grove, CA.
  • Wanderscheid, S., Williams, M., Eldred, S., Waters, C., & Nelson, T. (2008). The Challenges and Successes of Supported Collaborative Inquiry. One-hour interactive presentation at the National Science Teachers Association regional conference. Portland, OR.
  • Waters, C. & Nelson, T. H. (2008). Collaborative inquiry in professional learning communities: Collecting and analyzing classroom data. Interactive Presentation at the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Summer Institute. Tacoma, WA.
  • Nelson, T. H., Laurence, W. L., LeBard, L., Wanderscheid, S., Waters, C., & Williams, M. (March, 2008). Improving our practice: Teachers’ stories about supported collaborative inquiry. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Baltimore, MD.
  • Laurence, W. L., LeBard, L., Nelson, T. H., Wanderscheid, S., Waters, C., & Williams, M. (March, 2008). Empowering teachers: Teachers advancing learning through inquiry. One-hour interactive presentation at the National Science Teachers Association national conference. Boston, MA.
  • Slavit, D., Archer, T., White, K., Waters, C, Irwin, B., & Laurence, W. (March, 2007). PRiSSM PLC – Analyzing practice through collaboration. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association, St. Louis
  • Nelson, T. H., Waters, C., & White, K. (January, 2007). Professional learning communities in science and mathematics: Collaborative inquiry for improving teaching and learning. Poster presentation at the Association for Science Teacher Education international conference. Clearwater, FL.
Roxanne Moore

PUBLICATIONS

  • Groves Prices, P., Moore, R. (under review). (Re)claiming an activist identity in criticalmathematics education: addressing anti-black racism because #BlackLivesMatter. Latin American Journal of
    Ethnomathematics: sociocultural perspective of mathematics education, ?(?), ?-?.
  • Moore, R., & Slavit, D. (under review). Why “embedding culture in mathematics” is the wrong approach. Journal of Mathematics and Culture, ?(?), ?-?.
  • Moore, R., & Groves Price, P. (2015). Developing A Positive Mathematics Identity For Students Of Color: Epistemology And Critical Antiracist Mathematics. Proceedings from The 8th Mathematics Education and Society Conference, Portland, OR.

REPORTS

  • Moore, R., Purkeypyle, D., Hohman, H., Perez, T., Borland, M. (2016). The state of the deprivation of liberty constituting a violation of international law for reasons of discrimination in the United States. United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention: Global Case Competition, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R., Thornton, M. (2016). GPSA & Graduate School Professional Development Initiative: Executive Summary, Washington State University Office of the Provost.

PRESENTATIONS
Peer Reviewed Conference Presentations

  • Moore, R., Lamb, R., & Carbonneau, K. (2016, November). Values Or Frequency: Exploring The Relationship Between Values And Frequency In Secondary Mathematics Classrooms In Hawai’i. Poster presented at the 38th Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Tucson, Arizona.
  • Moore, R., Lamb, R., & Carbonneau, K. (2016, July).  Measuring Student Values: What Secondary Students In Hawai’i Value In Mathematics Learning. Poster presented at the 13th International Congress on Mathematical Education, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Groves Prices, P., Moore, R. (2016, July).  A Critical Race Theory Analysis Of Critical Mathematics Education.Poster accepted to the 13th International Congress on Mathematical Education, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Petrie, K., & Moore, R. (2016, February). Developing Culturally Responsive STEM Summer Camp Curriculum for Middle and High School Students. Paper presented at the International Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference, Spokane, WA.
  • Barouch Gilbert, A., & Moore, R. (2016, February). Academic Probation and Student Engagement. Poster presented at the International Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference, Spokane, WA.
  • Barouch Gilbert, A., & Moore, R. (2016, February). Self-Efficacy, Academic Probation, Student Retention. Poster presented at the International Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference, Spokane, WA.
  • Moore, R., & Groves Price, P. (2015, June). Developing A Positive Mathematics Identity For Students Of Color: Epistemology And Critical Antiracist Mathematics. Paper presented at The 8th Mathematics Education and Society Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Moore, R. (2015, April). Values and Mathematics in Hawai’i: An Examination of the Negotiation of Values in Secondary Mathematics Classrooms. Invited speaker session at the 2015 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Moore, R., & Groves Price, P. (2015, March). Developing A Positive Mathematics Identity For Students Of Color: Epistemology And Critical Antiracist Mathematics. Poster presented at Washington State University’s 2015 Academic Showcase, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R., Groves Price, P. (2015, February). The Role of Epistemology and Critical Antiracist Mathematics in Developing a Positive Mathematics Identity for Students of Color. Paper presented at the International Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference, Spokane, WA.
  • Silva, C., Abustan, P., Sataraka, J., Carvajal, N., Benjamin, C., Moore, R., & Groves Price, P. (2015, February). Multicultural education around the world: Race & Education in Cuba. Paper presented at the Critical Questions in Education Conference 2015, San Diego, CA.
  • Groves Prices, P., Moore, R. (2015, February). Changing the way we do math:  Critical antiracist mathematics in the post-civil rights era. Paper presented at the Critical Questions in Education Conference 2015, San Diego, CA.
  • Moore, R. (2014, June). Dewey, Dispositions and Mathematics. Paper presented at the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators Conference 2014, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R., McKiernan, A., & Higgins, A. (2014, June). How Does Peer Questioning Affect Students’ Ability To Reason Mathematically In A Context Where Strategic Peer-Questioning Is Explicitly Taught To Elementary Students? Paper presented at the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators Conference 2014, Pullman, WA.
  • Klosterman, P., Rapone, B., Moore, R., Clay, J., Knott, L., Adams, A., & Ely, R. (2014, June). Professional Development Model to Help Teachers to Use Common Core Math Practices in Their Instruction. Paper presented at the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators Conference 2014, Pullman, WA.

Non-Peer Reviewed Presentations

  • Moore, R., Thornton, M. (2016, February). GPSA & Graduate School Professional Development Initiative. Report presented to Washington State University Co-Provosts and College Deans, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R. (2015, April). Values and Mathematics in Hawai’i. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Educational Research and Practice 2015, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R., McKiernan, A., & Higgins, A. (2014, June). How Does Peer Questioning Affect Students’ Ability To Reason Mathematically In A Context Where Strategic Peer-Questioning Is Explicitly Taught To Elementary Students? Paper presented at the International Symposium on Educational Research and Practice 2014, Pullman, WA.

Invited Presentations

  • Moore, R. (2016, April).  Transitioning to Graduate School. Panel presentation for the TRIO SSS Program from Lewis and Clark State College hosted by Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R. (2016, March). TMfSJ and the demands to TEACH differently. Presented to Washington State University Teacher Education Candidates, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R. (2015, November). Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice. Presented to Washington State University Teacher Education Candidates, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R., Holt, R. (2015, June). Beadwork Design: The mathematical thinking behind Coeur d’Alene beadwork design. Presented to Washington State University Coeur d’Alene Tribe STEM, Leadership, and Sports Camp, Pullman, WA.
  • Beutel, M., Moore, R. (2015, June). Oxygen Levels in Water: The science behind fish respiration. Presented to Washington State University Coeur d’Alene Tribe STEM, Leadership, and Sports Camp, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R., Beutel, M., (2015, June). Oxygen Levels in Water: The mathematics behind fish respiration. Presented to Washington State University Coeur d’Alene Tribe STEM, Leadership, and Sports Camp, Pullman, WA.
  • Petrie, K., Moore, R. (2015, June). Bioacoustics: The mathematics and science behind sound and song. Presented to Washington State University Coeur d’Alene Tribe STEM, Leadership, and Sports Camp, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R. (2015, March). What does TfSJ demand that I DO differently? Presented to Washington State University Teacher Education Candidates, Pullman, WA.
  • Moore, R., Thompson, Y., Muldrow, A. (2015, February). Black Graduate Students at a Predominantly White Institution. Panel presentation to Washington State University Black Student Union, Pullman, WA.
Allison deVincenzi
  • Slavit, D., deVincenzi, A., Lesseig, K., Nelson, T.H., & Ernst-Slavit, G. (2014). Developing an improving stance toward research in preservice teachers. In P. Blessinger & J. M. Carfora (Eds.) Inquiry-Based Learning for the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences: A Conceptual and Practical Resource for Educators (pp. 455-474). Bingley, U.K.: Emerald Publishing.
  • deVincenzi, A., & Slavit, D. (October, 2015). Teleconferencing, online learning, and instructional software in a middle level mathematics program. Presentation at the Washington State University TECH-Ed Conference. Pullman, WA.
  • deVincenzi, A., & Slavit, D. Middle level mathematics endorsement program assessment project. Washington State University Office of Assessment of Teaching and Learning. April, 2016 ($500).
Libby Grace
  • Bestelmeyer, S., Grace, E., Haan-Amato, S., Pemberton, R. & Havstad, K. In press. Broadening the impact of K-12 science education collaborations in a shifting science education landscape. BioScience.
  • Forester, S., Bestelmeyer, S., & Grace, E. In press. Fun with data and art: data jams promote data literacy and science engagement through STEAM. The Science Teacher.
Henri Burns
  • Burns, H., Lesseig, K., & Staus, N. Girls’ Interest in STEM. Paper presented at Frontiers in Education Conference, Erie, PENN: October 2016. [ACCEPTED]. Also conference paper reviewer and session chair.
  • Burns, H., Lesseig, K., & Staus, N. STEM Interest. Interactive poster presentation at National Science Teachers/American Science Teachers Association Conference, Portland, OR: November 2016. [ACCEPTED].
  • Burns, H., Lesseig, K., Staus, N, & Lamb, R. Math as a Moderator for STEM Interest. Poster Presentation at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX: April 2017. [SUBMITTED].
Kathy Nitta
  • Nitta, K. (2016, November). Teaching the Nature of Science and Field Investigations in an Elementary Science Methods Course: Explicitly Connected. Poster presented at the Portland FarWest and Northwest Association of Science Teacher Education session, Portland, OR.
  • Case, A., Nitta, K. (2016, February). Intensive Field Experiences as Living Curriculum: Uncovering Hope in “Tough Classrooms”. Paper presented at American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Nitta, K., (2015, October). APPlying Technology: Supporting Preservice Teachers’ Integration of Digital Tools in Elementary Science Lessons. Paper presented at Technology-Enhanced Curricula in Higher Education Conference, Pullman, WA.
  • Cox, J., Nitta, K., Salina, C., (2015, June). Higher Education: Changing Roles in Reform. Paper presented at Northwest Association of Teacher Educators Conference (NWATE), Pullman, WA.
  • Nitta, K., (2014, October). Engineering Design Challenges in the Elementary Classroom. Presentation at the Washington State Science Teachers Conference (WSTA), Spokane, WA.
  • Zach, R., Nitta, K., (2014, October). The Science in Action! Program: Connecting Local Schools and Universities. Presentation at the Washington State Science Teachers Conference (WSTA), Spokane, WA.
Kaylan Petrie
  • Slivensky, K., Damery, A., Petrie, K. Astronomy after hours: Reinventing the observatory experience.  Session to be presented at the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) annual conference, Hartford, CT: September 2018.
  • Slivensky, K., Damery, A., Petrie, K., Todd, K. Visitor survey: Astronomy after hours program. Poster to be presented at the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) annual conference, Hartford, CT: September 2018.
  • Petrie, K. The value of repeated interactions between science museums and elementary schools. Session presented at the North Carolina Association of Elementary Educators (NCAEE) conference, Charlotte, NC: October 2017.
  • Petrie, K. Discovery Place Nature planetarium revitalization project. Session presented at the Carolina Association of Planetarium Educators (CAPE) conference, Gastonia, NC: August 2017.
  • Petrie, K. Including astronomy in urban nature education. Session presented at the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP) conference, St. Louis, MO: December 2016.
  • Petrie, K., Ricard, E., Gallego, J., Miller, K. Hacking the Planetarium: Creative informal astronomy education in and out of the dome. Session presented at the Association of Science and Technology Centers conference (ASTC), Tampa, FL: September 2016.
  • Petrie, K., Moore, R., Groves-Price, P.  Developing Culturally Responsive STEM Summer Camp Curriculum for Middle and High School Students. Session presented at the Globalization, Diversity & Education Conference, Spokane, WA: February 2016.
  • Petrie, K. Math and science in everyday life: An integrated and experiential statistics, biology, language arts, and social studies curriculum Poster presented at the Globalization, Diversity & Education Conference, Spokane, WA: February 2016.
  • Petrie, K. Informal science education and community outreach in an elementary teacher preparation program. Session presented at the National conference of Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Reno, NV: January 2016.
  • Petrie, K. (2015). Patterns in the Sky. Science & Children53(4), 34–41.
  • Petrie, K. Planetarium & Observatory Summer Camp for Middle and High School Students in Washington State. Poster presented at the Association of Science and Technology Centers conference (ASTC), Montreal, QC Canada: October 2015.
  • Neafus, D., Petrie, K., Yu, K. C., Wyatt, R.  Beyond the Dome: Planetariums and Astronomy Education in the 21st Century. Session presented at the Association of Science and Technology Centers conference (ASTC), Montreal, QC Canada: October 2015.
  • Petrie, K.  Planetarium technology in traditional classrooms: Nurturing free choice learning in Earth & Space Science. Poster presented at the Washington State University Technology- Enhanced Curricula in Higher Education conference, Pullman, WA: October 2015.
  • Petrie, K., Ziegler, K., Dittus, S.  Bridging the Great Divide: Creating Meaningful and Sustainable Relationships Between Your Museum and Local Schools.  Session presented at the Idaho Heritage Conference, Moscow, ID: September 2015.
  • Petrie, K. Lamb, R., Vallett, D., Annetta, L., Cheng, R., Shapiro, M., Matthews, B. Examination of individual differences and moderators of science content and 21st Century Skill acquisition. Poster presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching conference (NARST), Chicago, IL: April 2015.
  • Lamb, R., Annetta, L., Vallett, D., Firestone, J., Petrie, K., Shapiro, M., Matthews, B., Lamb, R. E., Cunningham, K.R., Hilliker, H. Factors Influencing STEM Major and Career Selection, poster presented at Washington State University Academic Showcase. Pullman, WA: March 2015.
  • Petrie, K., Lamb, R., Vallett, D., Annetta, L., Cheng, R., Shapiro, M., Matthews, B. Examination of individual differences and moderators of science content and 21st Century Skill acquisition. Paper presented at the National conference of Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Portland, OR: January 2015.
  • Lamb, R. Vallett, D., Annetta, L., Petrie, K., Cheng, R., Shapiro, M., Matthews, B. Latent class profile transition analysis of student STEM career selection using Serious Educational Games. Paper presented at the National conference of Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Portland, OR: January 2015.
  • Lamb, R.E., Lamb, R., & Petrie, K. Exploration of an elementary STEM program. Paper presented at the National conference of Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Portland, OR: January 2015.
  • Lamb, R., Akmal, T., & Petrie, K. (2015). Development of a cognition-priming model describing learning in a STEM classroom. Journal of Research in Science Teaching52(3), 410–437.
  • Petrie, K.  Exploring 7th-12th Grade Attitudes, Motivation, and Content Knowledge in Astronomy. Paper presented at the Astronomical Society of the Pacific Annual (ASP) Conference, Burlingame, CA: August 2014.
  • Petrie, K. Early Childhood Learning in Preschool Planetarium Programs. Poster presented at the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) conference, Seattle, WA: May 2014.
Heidi Rhodes
  • With Kristin Lesseig, Rebekah Elliott & Wendy Aaron. School-embedded professional development models to advance instructional practice. Presentation at the NCTM Research Conference, March 2015.
Ryan Seidel
  • Seidel, R.A. and Roth McDuffie, A. (2018) Using cultural and community contexts to support equitable teaching and learning of mathematical modeling. Presentation at Globalization, Diversity and Education Conference. Airway Heights, WA.Seidel, R. A. (2017). An exploration of  embedded research and teacher professional development.  Presentation for Washington State University Teaching and Learning Faculty and Student Seminar, Spokane, Wa.
  • Seidel, R. A. (2017).  Using Desmos as a medium for inquiry based learning. Presentation at Northwest Mathematics Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Seidel, R. A. (2016). Discourse as a tool for literacy across disciplines: Strategies and examples from the math classroom. Curriculum in Context.  Retrieved from: http://wsascd.org/wp-content/uploads/10-Seidel_v42n1.pdf
  • Seidel, R. A. (2016). Task Adaptation for Rigorous Learning. Presentation at Northwest Mathematics Conference, Yakima, WA.
  • Seidel, R. A., Lesseig, K., Nelson, T. H., & Slavit, D. (2016). Research to Practice Article: Implementing STEM Design Challenges in Classrooms. School Science and Mathematics.  Retrieved from: http://ssma.play-cello.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/April2016Seidel-et-al-STEM-Design-Challenges-1.pdf
  • Lesseig, K. Nelson, T. Slavit, D. Seidel R. (2016). Supporting middle school teachers’ implementation of STEM design challenges. School Science and Mathematics.
  • Nelson, T. Lesseig, K. Slavit, D. Seidel, R. (2015). Middle school teachers’ learning about STEM education through the implementation of design challenges. Washington State University Academic Showcase. Pullman Washington.
  • Seidel, R.  (2015). Product vs. process: A framework for teacher focus in math and science lesson design. Presentation for Washington State University Teaching and Learning Faculty and Student Seminar, Spokane, WA.
Angela Witters
  • Roth McDuffie, A., Turner, E., Aguirre, J., Bartell, T., Drake, C., Foote, M., Stoehr, K., Sugimoto, A., & Witters, A. (2015, April). Leveraging multiple mathematical knowledge bases in the first and second years of full time teaching. In J. Aguirre (Chair), Supports, Challenges and Practices of Early Career K-8 Mathematics Teachers to Enact Equitable Mathematics Teaching. Paper presented as part of a symposium at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL.
  • Grant, L., Lightner, L., Witters, A., Vidrio-Magaña, M. (2015, March). A Systematic Review of Discourse: It’s influence on English language learners in the elementary mathematics and science classrooms. Poster session presented at the Academic Showcase for Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
Washington State University