The School of Education well Represented at the American Educational Research Association
The University of Redlands School of Education was well represented by both faculty and students at this year’s annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
The AERA meeting was held April 30 through May 2 in Denver. Seven Redlands professors and three students were among who present at the widely attended international conference. Redlands presenters included:
- Assistant Professor Gary M. Stiler, “Expanding the Dimensions of Leadership for Social Justice: Sen and Nussbaum on Capabilities and Social Minimums;
- Associate Professor Suzanne Langford, student Sara Adams and student Anke Pilz, “Collaborative Narrative Writing: Effects on Adolescent English-Language Learners’ Literacy Learning and Attitude;”
- Student Jennifer Berdan, “Using Economic Indicators to Predict Undergraduate and Graduate Enrollments in Public Universities (New York and California);”
- Assistant Professor Janee Both Gragg, Professor Rodney K. Goodyear and Associate Professor Ronald D. Morgan, “Relationship of School Counselors’ Teaching Experience to Satisfaction, Perspective and Behavior;”
- Goodyear, Assistant Professor Pauline J. Reynolds, and Gragg, “University Faculty Experiences of Classroom Incivilities: A Critical-Incident Study;”
- Assistant Professor Ross E. Mitchell will co-present “Assessing Multiethnic Segregation: Measurement and Interpretation.”
The AERA is the most prominent international professional organization working to advance educational research and its practical application.
The group has more than 25,000 members including educators, administrators, directors of research, counselors, graduate students, professors and behavioral scientists.