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Non Tech Sessions M-F



Friday, March 28

Session 1: 8:15am to 9:45am


Division C-Learning and Instruction
64.022. New Media Literacies: Methodological Approaches and Theoretical Perspectives.
Participants:

  • Remixing Media: What Fans' Anime Music Videos Have to Teach Us About New Literacies. Michele Knobel, Montclair State University
  • New Literacies in Old Literacy Skins. Kevin M. Leander, Vanderbilt University; Gail M. Boldt, University of Iowa
  • Amateur Cultural Production and Peer-to-Peer Learning. Mizuko Ito,
  • Instructional Environments Designed to Increase Quality of Access to Technology and Expertise in the New Social Futures. Kimberley Gomez, University of Illinois - Chicago; Kimberly Austin, University of Chicago; Jolene Zywica, ; Paula K. Hooper, TERC; Nichole D. Pinkard, University of Chicago
  • Taking Up and Transforming Opportunities for Learning: An Examination of the Role of Social Learning Networks and Resources for Imagination. Brigid J.S. Barron, Stanford University; Maryanna Rogers, Stanford University; Caitlin Kennedy Martin, Stanford University
Discussant: Allan M. Collins, Northwestern University
8:15 am to 9:45 am Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Executive Conference Center, Conference Room H, Lower Lobby


Division J-Postsecondary Education
64.036. Media and Technological Mirages in Higher Education.
Chair: Kimberly Griffin, University of California - Los Angeles
Participants:

  • Online Identities Disclosed: A Content Analysis of Facebook Profiles in Higher Education. Eric J. Anctil, Washington State University - Pullman; Jason Michael Roesler, Washington State University - Pullman
  • Public U. for Private Gain: The Selling of Exclusion in University Advertising. Michael S. Harris, University of Alabama; Brian Bourke, University of Alabama
  • Solving Old Problems With New Tricks? Consequences of Technological Innovation in Undergraduate Education. Mary Edna Antonaros, University of Michigan; Allison Bell, University of Michigan; Eric L. Dey, University of Michigan
  • Traits of Millennial Students: Meaningful or Misleading? Benita J. Barnes, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Elizabeth A. Williams, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Kelly A. Gray, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Discussant: Alan R. Foley, University of Wisconsin – Madison
8:15 am to 9:45 am New York Marriott Marquis Times Square, Brecht Room, 4th Floor


SIG-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning
64.076. Teacher Technology Use.
Chair:
Joette Stefl-Mabry, SUNY - University at Albany
Participants:

  • Does Technology Integration "Work" When Key Barriers Are Removed? Deborah Lowther, University of Memphis; Jack Daniel Strahl, University of Memphis; Fethi A. Inan, Texas Tech University; Steven M. Ross, University of Memphis
  • Teachers Collaborating Using Blogs and Wikis. John K. Lee, North Carolina State University; Carl A. Young, North Carolina State University
  • Technology and Pedagogical Beliefs of Teachers: A Cross-Case Analysis. Kelly F. Glassett, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
  • Technology-Mediated Professional Development for a High School Transition Program. Diane Profita Schiller, Loyola University - Chicago; Fred Siegeltuch, Loyola University - Chicago
Discussant:
Walter F. Heinecke, University of Virginia
8:15 am to 9:45 am Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Central Park West, 2nd Floor


Session 2: 10:35am to 12:05pm


Division C-Learning and Instruction
66.019. Behavioral, Cognitive, and Affective Engagement in Real and Virtual Classrooms.
Chair: Ellen L. Usher, University of Kentucky
Participants:

  • Connecting Classroom Quality and Reading Achievement: The Role of Behavioral Engagement in Kindergarten. Timothy Walter Curby, University of Virginia; Claire Cameron Ponitz, University of Virginia; Sara E. Rimm-Kaufman, University of Virginia; Kevin J. Grimm, University of California - Davis
  • Enactment of Self-Regulated Learning in Junior High School Students. Irit Aharon, Haifa University; Billie Eilam, University of Haifa; Moshe Zeidner, University of Haifa
  • New Strategies for Enhancing Engagement and Learning in Academic Gaming Environments. Daniel T. Hickey, Indiana University - Bloomington; Adam Ingram-Goble, Indiana University - Bloomington; Ellen Maureen Jameson, Indiana University - Bloomington; Eun Ju Kwon, Indiana University - Bloomington
Discussant: Lynley Anderman, The Ohio State University
10:35 am to 12:05 pm Hilton New York, Sutton Complex, Beekman Parlor, 2nd Floor


Division C-Learning and Instruction
66.022. Motivation, Affect, and Engagement in Game-Based Learning Environments.
Chair: Len Annetta, North Carolina State University
Participants:

  • Learning and Emotion in Serious Games. Arthur C. Graesser, University of Memphis; Patrick Chipman, University of Memphis
  • Effect and Motivation in Narrative-Centered Learning Environments. James Lester, North Carolina State University; Scott McQuiggan, North Carolina State University
  • Engagement, Academic Dispositions, and Success in Game-Based Learning Environments. Hiller A. Spires, North Carolina State University; Kim A. Turner, North Carolina State University
  • How Attaining Special "Powers" Affects Student Engagement and Learning in an Immersive, Collaborative Simulation. Jody E. Clarke, Harvard University; Chris J. Dede, Harvard University; Edward Dieterle, Harvard University; Diane Jass Jass Ketelhut, Temple University; Brian C. Nelson, Arizona State University
Discussant: Richard E. Mayer, University of California - Santa Barbara
10:35 am to 12:05 pm Hilton New York, Sutton Complex, Sutton Center, 2nd Floor


Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
66.049. Technology Use in Teacher Education.
Chair: Nancy Jane Allen, Qatar University
Participants:

  • Examining the Effects of Selected Computer-Based Scaffolds on Preservice Teachers' Levels of Reflection as Evidenced in Their Online Journal Writing. Guolin Lai, ; Brendan D. Calandra, Georgia State University
  • Googling Creativity: An Investigation of How Preservice Mathematics Teachers Use the Web to Generate Creative Ways to Teach. Michael Deschryver, Michigan State University; Punya Mishra, Michigan State University
  • Helping or Hindering? How the Affordances and Constraints of Technology Impact Pedagogical Goals. Joseph R. Freidhoff, Michigan State University
  • Using Online Discussion to Nurture the Reflective Judgment of Preservice Teachers. Debbie Samuels-Peretz, Wheelock College
Discussant: Susan E. Crichton, University of Calgary
10:35 am to 12:05 pm Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Madison Suite 1, 5th Floor


SIG-Computer and Internet Applications in Education
66.054. Educational Technology-Supported Teaching: The Effect of Curriculum and Instructional Support.
Chair: Sara L. Dexter, University of Virginia
Participants:


  • Facilitating Technology Integration: Results From an Evaluation of West Virginia's Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) Model School Project. Jonathan D. Becker, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Can Computational Technology Improve Students' Historical Thinking? Experience From the Virtual Historian. Stephane Levesque, University of Ottawa
  • Curriculum at Forty Below: A Phenomenological Inquiry of an Educator Explorer's Experience With Adventure Learning in the Arctic. Charles DeVaughn Miller, University of Minnesota; George Veletsianos, University of Minnesota; Aaron Doering, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Neal Strudler, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
10:35 am to 12:05 pm Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Madison Suite 5, 5th Floor


Session 3: 12:25pm to 1:55pm


Division C Learning and Instruction
67.019. New Media and Instruction in the 21st Century.
Chairs: Dianne M. Gut, Ohio University; Kurt D. Squire, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Participants:


  • Technological Literacy Development: A Model for Understanding Student Progress. Arthur Langer, Columbia University; L Lee Knefelkamp, Columbia University
  • TPCK and Digital Storytelling. Bernard R. Robin, University of Houston
  • Video Games in Education: Why and How. Len Annetta, North Carolina State University
  • Centers of Expertise for Academic Learning Through Video Games. Kurt D. Squire, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Benjamin Mitchell Devane, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Shree Durga, University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • Equal Access: Assistive Technology Services for Students With Disabilities. Hwa Lee, Bradley University; Rosalyn A. Templeton, Marshall University
  • Technology and Reform-Based Science Education. Danielle E. Dani, Ohio University; Kathleen Koenig, Wright State University
  • Children's Media Use and Its Implication for Media Literacy Education. Guofang Wan, Ohio University; Dianne M. Gut, Ohio University
  • Digital Cheating and Plagiarism in Schools. Jane Ma, Salisbury University; Eric Lu,
  • Incorporating Multimedia-Assisted Project-Based Learning in Teaching. Kay Kyeongju Seo, University of Cincinnati; Rosalyn A. Templeton, Marshall University
Discussant: Guofang Wan, Ohio University
12:25 pm to 1:55 pm Hilton New York, Concourse F, Concourse Level


Division C-Learning and Instruction
67.023. Youth Media and Literacy: Issues in Research, Pedagogy, and Production.
Chair: Dana J. Wilber, Montclair State University
Participants:

  • Media and Young Children's Literacy: A Meta-Analyses of Scientifically Based Reading Research on the Impact of Various Media on Literacy Skills. Shelley Pasnik, EDC Center for Children and Technology; William R. Penuel, SRI International; Carlin Llorente, SRI
  • Professionalized Pedagogies and Youth Media Production: An Exercise in Tactics and Strategies During Documentary-Making. Paul R. Teske, University of Washington - Seattle
  • Filmmaking as Identity Exploration: A Multimodal Analysis of Youth- Produced Films. Erica Halverson, University of Wisconsin – Madison
12:25 pm to 1:55 pm Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Madison Suite 4, 5th Floor


Division C-Learning and Instruction
67.021. Social Artifacts and Learning.
Chair: Brett E. Shelton, Utah State University
Participants:

  • A Frankenstein Approach to Open Source: The Construction of a 3D Game Engine as Meaningful Educational Process. Brett E. Shelton, Utah State University; Jon Scoresby, Utah State University
  • Differences in Children's Verbal Responses and Behavioral Interactions With Anthropomorphic Artifacts. Andrea Ploucher Francis, Michigan State University; Punya Mishra, Michigan State University
  • Learning With Teachable Agents: A Look at Production Feedback. Catherine Chi Chase, Stanford University; Doris B. Chin, Stanford
  • Podcasting in Postsecondary Education: Exploring Readiness and Attitudes Using Two Forms of Podcasting Technology. Stephen Marc Walls, University of Texas - Austin; Joshua D. Walker, University of Texas - Austin; Taylor Wayne Acee, University of Texas - Austin; John V. Kucsera, University of Texas - Austin; Nate K. Mcvaugh, University of Texas - Austin; Daniel H. Robinson, University of Texas - Austin
12:25 pm to 1:55 pm Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Executive Conference Center, Conference Room C, Lower Lobby


Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
67.042. Technology, Schools, Communities, and Neighborhoods.
Chair: Concepcion M. Valadez, University of California - Los Angeles
Participants:

  • Creating Communities of Practice: Integrating Technology and Bridging Social Inequities. Finney Cherian, University of Windsor; Yvette Daniel, University of Windsor
  • Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Teacher Education for Increasing Global Awareness. Sarah Mcpherson, New York Institute of Technology; Shiangkwei Wang, NYIT; Hui-Yin Hsu, New York Institute of Technology; Mengping Tsuei, Taipei Municipal University of Education, Taiwan; Ruth Wood, Kingston University
  • School Environment Contributing to Successful Technology. Ruiling Lu, Old Dominion University; Richard C. Overbaugh, Old Dominion University; Shinyi Lin, Ching Kuo Institute of Management and Health
  • The TERMS Project: Technology for Educational Renewal in the Middle School. Vanessa Elaine Domine, Montclair State University
  • Transnational Computer Use in Urban Latino Immigrant Communities: Implications for Teaching and Learning. Patricia Sanchez, University of Texas - San Antonio; Malena Salazar, University of Texas – San Antonio
12:25 pm to 1:55 pm Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Liberty Suite 5, 3rd Floor


SIG-Middle-Level Education Research
67.053. Navigating New Literacies and Learning in Middle Grades Education.
Chair: Chris J. Dede, Harvard University
Participants:

  • Young Adolescents and Online Social Gaming. John K. Lee, North Carolina State University
  • New Media Literacies in the U.S. and China: Middle Grade Teachers Confront the Issues. Hiller A. Spires, North Carolina State University; Kim A. Turner, North Carolina State University; Degang Li, Beijing Normal University
  • Music As a New Literacy in Middle Grades Education. Lodge McCammon, North Carolina State University
  • Multigenre Reading and Writing: A Catalyst for Multimodal and Multimedia Transformations of Text. Carl A. Young, North Carolina State University
Discussant: Chris J. Dede, Harvard University
12:25 pm to 1:55 pm Hilton New York, Gramercy Suite A, 2nd Floor


SIG-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning
67.062. Digital Literacy.
Chair: Teresa S. Foulger, Arizona State University
Participants:

  • Adolescent Literacy and Online Discussions: Enhancing Learning Opportunities in the English Classroom. Erica C. Boling, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; Jeanine M. Beatty, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; Jessica Roseanne Partin, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • An American Indian Academic, Blogging for Social Justice. Debbie A. Reese, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
  • Computer Technology and Pedagogical Support in the Learning Environment. Gretchen M. Lowerison, Concordia University - Montreal; Richard F. Schmid, Concordia University – Montreal
  • Digital Students in a Book-Oriented School: Students' Perceptions of School and the Usability of Digital Technology in Schools. Yifat Kolikant, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Discussant: Ann D. Thompson, Iowa State University
12:25 pm to 1:55 pm Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Lenox Ballroom, 2nd Floor


Session 4: 1:15pm to 1:55pm


SIG Design and Technology
69.010. Design of Educational Environments: Research, Instructional Strategies, Environmental Support, and Transfer of Learning.
Tables:

  1. Employing an Intelligent Conversational Agent in an Online Course: Educational and Design Implications. Theano Yerasimou, Indiana University - Bloomington
  2. Designing a Tool to Support Critical Web Reading. Marisa Elana Exter, Indiana University - Bloomington; Ying Wang, Indiana University - Bloomington; Max Frederick Exter, Indiana University - Bloomington; James S. Damico, Indiana University - Bloomington
  3. Designing Far Transfer Into the Design Process: Lessons Learned From the Field. Pamela Marie Dixon, Colorado State University; Karen Kaminski, Colorado State University
  4. Connecting Parent & Teachers. Zafer Unal, University of South Florida - St. Petersburg; Aslihan Uludag, Florida State University
  5. A Framework for Designing Electronic Educational Games. Yuxin Ma, University of Louisiana - Lafayette; Douglas Williams, University of Louisiana - Lafayette; Steven Feist, University of Louisiana - Lafayette; Charles Richard, University of Louisiana - Lafayette; Louise Prejean, University of Louisiana - Lafayette
  6. Gathering Data From the Field: Ethical and Practical Issues for Instructional Technology Researchers and Designers. Michael A. Evans, Virginia Tech; Liesl M. Combs, Virginia Tech
  7. Designing a Blended Learning Environment for Future Science Teachers. Brian Horvitz, Western Michigan University; R. Paul Vellom, The Ohio State University
1:15 pm to 1:55 pm Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Metropolitan Ballroom, Metropolitan East, 2nd Floor


Session 5: 2:15pm - 3:45pm


Division C Learning and Instruction
70.019. Intelligent Tutoring Systems: What Do We Do Next?
Chairs: Natalie K. Person, Rhodes College; Sidney K. DMello, University of Memphis
Participants:

  • When Is Tutorial Dialogue More Effective Than Less Interactive Instruction? Kurt VanLehn, University of Pittsburgh; Pamela Jordan, University of Pittsburgh
  • How Expert Human Tutors Can Inform ITS Development. Natalie K. Person, Rhodes College; Whitney L. Cade, Rhodes College; Jessica L. Copeland, Rhodes College
  • Intelligent Multilayered Regulatory Learning Environments for Fostering Complex Learning. Roger Azevedo, University of Memphis
  • Monitoring Emotions While Students Learn With AutoTutor. Sidney K. DMello, University of Memphis; Arthur C. Graesser, University of Memphis
  • Motivating Students in the Frustration Window. Scott McQuiggan, North Carolina State University; James Lester, North Carolina State University
Discussant: Arthur C. Graesser, University of Memphis
2:15 pm to 3:45 pm Hilton New York, Gibson Suite, 2nd Floor


Division K-Teaching and Teacher Education
70.038. Technology, Supervision, and Mentorship.
Chair: Teresa S. Foulger, Arizona State University
Participants:

  • Diverse Issues at the Teaching-Practice Site: Challenge to Quality Teaching-Practice Experience. Hyacinth P. Rose, Andrews University
  • eSupervision: A New Model for Student Teaching Supervision. Christianna L. Alger, San Diego State University; Nancy Farnan, San Diego State University
  • Strategies for Facilitating the Development of Student Teachers' Beliefs About Technology. Hua Bai, SUNY - Potsdam
  • Teacher Technology Mentors. Karen P. Swan, Kent State University - Kent; Annette Kratcoski, Research Center for Educational Technology; Patricia Mazzer, Research Center for Educational Technology
2:15 pm to 3:45 pm Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Madison Suite 2, 5th Floor