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EERA 2003
Hilton Head, SC
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2003
JRE Editorial Board Meeting
Board Meeting
Registration
Welcome Reception/Social Hour
Bayleys Baroney
Woodward
West Registration
Ballroom J
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2003
Registration
Coffee Hours
Regional Representatives Meeting
Division & SIG Directors Meeting
Opening Session (Town Meeting)
Sessions 1-27
Special Session-Journal Future
Students’ Gathering
Reception/Social Hour
West Registration
Ballroom Foyer West
Woodward
Fairfield
Ballroom GHI
(see program)
Woodward
President Brogan’s Suite
Ballroom J and West Hall
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.
12:00 p.m. - 4:20 p.m.
12:00 p.m. – 1:20 p.m.
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2003
Registration
Coffee Hours
Professional Development Session
Special Session-EERA Web Site
Sessions 28-61
Luncheon Banquet
Professional Development Session
General Business Meeting
West Registration
Ballroom Foyer West
Lords Proprietors
Woodward
(see program)
Ballroom J and West Hall
Woodward
Ballroom J
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.
10:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.
8:30 a.m. - 4:50 p.m.
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m. - 4:50 p.m.
5:00 p.m. - 6:20 p.m.
SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 2003
Registration
Coffee Hours
Sessions 62-82
Professional Development Session
Board of Directors Meeting
West Registration
Ballroom Foyer West
(see program)
Lords Proprietors
Ballroom D
7:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
8:00 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.
8:00 a.m. - 9:20 p.m.
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
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EERA 2003
Hilton Head, SC
2001- 2003 Board of Directors
President
Bernard R. Brogan
Widener University
1 University Place
Chester, PA 19013
(610) 499-4622
[email protected]
Treasurer
Robert Colesante
Siena College
515 Loudon Rd.
Loudonville, NY 12211
(518) 782-6564
[email protected]
Past President
John F. vonEschenbach
State University of West Georgia
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Carrollton, GA 30118-5110
(770) 836-6559
[email protected]
Secretary
Carol Strax
Dominican College
470 Western Highway
Orangeburg, NY 10962
(845) 359-3577
[email protected]
President-Elect
Michael Green
University at Albany
ED–239/1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY 12222
(518) 442-4992
[email protected]
Director of Special Programs
Steve O. Michael
Kent State University
College of Education
404 White Hall
Kent, Ohio 44242
(330) 672-0646
[email protected]
Vice-President for Conference Planning
Doris White
Virginia Commonwealth University
1015 West Main St.
Richmond, VA 23284-2020
(804) 828-1305
[email protected]
Director of Publicity
Roger Briscoe
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
246 Stouffer Hall
Indiana, PA 15705
(724) 357-3789
[email protected]
Program Chair
Marshall Strax
College of St. Elizabeth
2 Convent Road
Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 290-4367
[email protected]
Director of Membership
David Shannon
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
(334) 844-3071
[email protected]
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Director of Communications
Barbara Beyerbach
SUNY Oswego
100 Poucher Hall
Oswego, NY 13126
(315) 312-2650
[email protected]
Historian
Ralph Darr
715 Doramor Street
Kent, Ohio 44240
(330) 678-4751
[email protected]
Editor, Journal of
Research & Education
Donald A. Biggs
University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.,ED210
Albany, NY 12222
(518) 442-5044
[email protected]
Director of Regional Representatives
Dennis R. King
University of Maine
College of Education&Human Devel.
5766 Shibles Hall
Orono, ME 04469-5766
(207) 581-2439
[email protected]
Newsletter Editor
Rayne Sperling
Pennsylvania State University
ESPSE
201 Cedar Building
University Park, PA 16801
(814) 863-2261
[email protected]
Director of Divisions & SIGs
Jack Campbell
Mount St. Mary’s College
Education Department
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
(301) 447-5371
[email protected]
Director of Development
Abbot L. Packard
State University of West Georgia
143 Education Annex
Carrollton, GA 30118
(770) 838-3180
[email protected]
Director of Student Services
Christina Cruz
University at Albany
P.O. Box 405
Williamstown, MA 01267
(413) 597-3004
[email protected]
Director of Awards
Diane M. Lee
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD 21250
(410) 455-2859
[email protected]
Director of Ethics
Andrea Clements
East Tennessee State University
Human Development & Learning
Dept. Box 70548
Johnson City, TN 37614
(423) 439-7682
[email protected]
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http://www.govst.edu/eera
EERA WEB MASTER
Jeffrey Kaiser
Governors State University
529 East Maple Lane
Mequon, WI 52092
(262)-241-8347/Fax: (262)-241-8348
[email protected]
PAST PRESIDENTS
Mervin Lynch (EERA Founder)
Northeastern University
Martin Sharp
Pennsylvania State University
Philip Merrifield
Emeritus, New York University
Virginia C. Shipman
University of New Mexico
Joseph Ryan
Arizona State University-West
John F. vonEschenbach
State University of West Georgia
Janice Scheuneman
Board of Medical Examiners
Philadephia, PA
Susan Zelman
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Ohio Department of Education
Betty Yarborough
Emerita, Old Dominion University
C. Thomas Gooding
Emeritus, SUNY Oswego
James T. Fleming
Emeritus, University at Albany
Carol Lee Lynch
Waldwick (NJ) Public Schools
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EERA 2003
Hilton Head, SC
2002 - 2004 Division Directors
Division 1: Curriculum & Instruction
Kathleen Serafino
Fordham University
634 Quackenbush Ave.
Wyckoff, NJ 07481
(201) 848-0594
Division 7: Health Services Education
Rita Guare
Fordham University
113 West 60th St.
New York, NY 10023
(212) 636-6421
Division 2: Measurement, Evaluation,
Research & Statistics
Isadore Newman
University of Akron
College of Education
Akron, Ohio 44325-4205
(330) 972-6955
Division 8: Special Populations
Donna R. Graham
District of Columbia Public Schools
8609 Bradford Rd.
Silver Springs, MD 20901
(301) 585-4759
Division 3: Human Development
Roxana Della Vecchia
Towson University
College of Education
Towson, MD 21252
(410) 704--2422
Division 9: Professional Development
Jack Campbell
Mt. St. Mary’s College
103 Knott Academy Center
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
(301) 447-5371 ext. 4461
Division 4: Educational Management
George Michel
South Carolina State University
113 Bent Bough Circle
Columbia, SC 29212-2301
(803) 536-8381
Division 10: Educational Psychology
John Burton
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Educational Technology Laboratory
Blacksburg, VA 24061
(540) 231-5587
Division 5: Affective Education
Mervin D. Lynch
Northeastern University
67 Lake Hall
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 373-5250
Division 11: Clinical & Counseling
Psychology
John Charlesworth
State University of West Georgia
Dept. of Counseling & Ed. Psychology
Carrollton, GA 30118
(770) 836-6554
Division 6: Social Context of Education
Carol Strax
Dominican College
470 Western Highway
Orangeburg, NY 10962
(845) 359-3577
Division 12: Education & Technology
W. Michael Reed
New York University
Suite 300 – 239 Greene Street
New York, NY 10003
(212) 998-5176
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Division 13: Teacher Education
Margaret A. Moore-Hart
Eastern Michigan University
314 Q Porter
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
(734) 487-7120 ext. 2625
[email protected]
Division 14: Urban Education
Patricia Russo
Curriculum & Instruction Dept., Poucher Hall
SUNY Oswego
Oswego, NY 13126
(315) 312-2632
[email protected]
Charmaine Johnson
Detroit Public Schools
5035 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 494-2044 or (313) 494-2251
[email protected]
Division 15: Qualitative Research
Ellen Barber
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Mark Hopkins Hall
375 Church Street
North Adams, MA 01247
(413) 662-5383
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2002-2004 Special Interest Group Chairs
Self-Concept/Division of
Affective Education
Robert J. Drummond
University of North Florida
4567 St. Johns Bluff Road South
Jacksonville, FL 32224
(904) 646-2838
Moral and Spiritual Formation in
Education/Div. of Human Development
Thomas Perterson
State University of West Georgia
135 Education Annex
Carrollton, GA 30118
770-836-4401
Educational Politics and Policy/
Division of Educational Management
George Michel
South Carolina State University
113 Bent Bough Circle
Columbia, SC 29212-2301
(803) 732-2532
Research Ethics/Division of the Social
Context of Education
Virginia C. Shipman
University of New Mexico
College of Education, Family Studies
Albuquerque, NM 87131
(505) 277-4063
Issues in Higher Education/Division of
Professional Development *
Glenn M. Nelson
University of Pittsburgh
5S40 Forbes Quadrangle
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
(412) 648-7106
Professional Development Schools
Division of Teacher Education
Barbara Palmer
Mount St. Mary’s College
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
(301) 447-5371
Early Childhood Education/Division of
Human Development
Ithel Jones
Florida State University
Dept. Educ. Theory & Practice
115 Stone Building
Tallahassee, FL 32306
(850) 644-8468
Minority Curriculum/Division of Urban
Education
Charmaine D. Johnson
Detroit Public Schools
5035 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 494-2251
Teacher Induction/Division of Teacher
Education
Janet T. Bercik
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
CLS 4023
Chicago, Il 60625
(773) 442-5330
Issues in Reading/Division of
Curriculum & Instruction
Rosemary Lonberger
State University of New York, Buffalo
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14222 .
(716) 878-5916
* This SIG will be a Division for the 2004 conference pending Council approval
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Issues in Administration, K-12/Division of
Educational Management
Dianne S. Monteith
South Carolina State University
Dept. of Education Administration, Box 7515
Orangeburg, SC 29117
(803) 536-8211
Faculty Development/Division of
Professional Development
Law & Education/Division of Educational
Management
Gus Douvanis
State University of West Georgia
Educational Leadership
Carrollton, GA 30118
(770) 838-3041
Teaching Research Methods and
Statistics/Division of Measurement,
Evaluation, & Statistics
Abbot L. Packard
State University of West Georgia
143 Education Annex
Carrollton, GA 30118
(770) 838-3180
Children & Adults with Disabilities/
Division of Special Populations
Marshall Strax
College of St. Elizabeth
2 Convent Rd.
Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 290-4367
Ethics in Education/Division of Social
Context of Education
Marshall Strax
College of St. Elizabeth
2 Convent Rd.
Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 290-4367
International & Global Issues/Division of
Special Populations
Claire Lacattiva
St. John’s University
Grand Central and Utopia Parkways
Jamaica, NY 11439
(718) 990-6161
Supervision of Student Teachers/
Division of Teacher Education
Janet G. Moss
Rowan University
509 Chanticleer Dr.
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
(856) 256-4500 ext. 3806
Creativity & Problem Solving/Division of
Educational Psychology
Richard E. Ripple
Cornell University
Kennedy Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-4203
(607) 255-9260
School Climate/Division of Affective
Education
Paula Lester
Long Island University
230 Garth Road
Scarsdale, NY 10853
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VACANT
EERA 2003
Hilton Head, SC
2002-2004 Regional Representatives
Region I: Canada, Maine, New Hampshire,
Vermont
Dennis R. King
University of Maine
5766 Shibles Hall
Orono, ME 04469-5766
Region II: Connecticut, Rhode Island,
Massachusetts
Ellen Barber
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Mark Hopkins Hall - 375 Church St.
North Adams, MA 01247
Region III: New York
Carol Strax
Dominican College
470 Western Highway
Orangeburg, NY 10962
Region IV: New Jersey
Shannon Riley-Ayers
College of New Jersey
P.O. Box 7718
Ewing, NJ 08628-0718
Region V: Delaware, Maryland, D.C.
Evelyn M. Dailey
Towson University
College of Education
Towson, MD 21252
Region VI: Virginia, West Virginia
Neal Shambaugh
West Virginia University
504-J Allen Hall, PO Box 6122
Morgantown, WV 26506
Region VII: North & South Carolina
Linda R. McIntyre
South Carolina State University
PO Box 7488, 300 College Street
Orangeburg, SC 29117
Region VIII: Florida, Georgia,
Caribbean
Thomas A. Peterson
State University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118-5160
Region IX: Louisiana, Mississippi,
Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee
Jill Salisbury-Glennon
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849-5221
Region X: Ohio & Pennsylvania
Glenn M. Nelson
University of Pittsburgh
5540 Forbes Quadrangle
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Region XI: Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana
Michigan, Others
Jeffrey Kaiser
Governors State University
529 East Maple Lane
Mequon, WI 53092
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2003 Journal of Research in Education
Editorial Board
Editor
Donald A. Biggs
University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY 12222
Associate Editor/Operations
Michael S. Green
University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY 12222
Associate Editor/Circulation & Subscriptions
Steve O. Michael
Kent State University
Kent, Ohio 44242
Assistant to the Editor
Sheila Meissner
University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY 12222
Editorial Board Members
Barbara Beyerbach
Neal Shambaugh
Pat Russo
David Shannon
John vonEschenbach
Doris White
Bernard Brogan
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Consulting Editors
Barbara Beyerbach
Karen B. Mauck Cicmanec
Stephen Jenkins
Andrew Katayama
Judith Meloy
Michael Miller
Isadore Newman
Margaret Ross
Neal Shambaugh
Korynne Taylor-Dunlop
Darla Twale
David Shannon
Jill Salisbury-Glennon
EERA 2003
Hilton Head, SC
Wednesday Overview
2/26/03
JRE EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING
Bayleys Baroney
Wednesday, 2/26/03
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ MEETING
Woodward
Wednesday, 2/26/03
12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
REGISTRATION
West Registration
Wednesday, 2/26/03
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
WELCOME RECEPTION
Ballroom J
Wednesday, 2/26/03
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
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THURSDAY OVERVIEW
2/27/03
REGISTRATION
West Registration
Thursday, 2/27/03
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
COFFEE HOURS
Ballroom Foyer West
Thursday, 2/27/03
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Regional Representatives Meeting
Woodward
Thursday, 2/27/03
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Division & SIG Directors Meeting
Fairfield
Thursday, 2/27/03
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
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TOWN MEETING
All Members Are Invited and Encouraged to Attend
Introduction: Bernard Brogan – Widener University
The Role of the Academy in Waging Peace
Dr. David Johnson – University of Minnesota
Ballroom GHI
Thursday, 2/27/03
10:00 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.
STUSTU
STUDENTS’
GATHERING
President Brogan’s Suite
Check EERA Registration Desk for Details
Thursday, 2/27/03
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
RECEPTION/SOCIAL HOUR
ALL MEMBERS ARE WELCOME
AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
Ballroom J and West Hall
Thursday, 2/27/03
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
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THURSDAY
2/27/03
TOWN MEETING
All Members Are Invited and Encouraged to Attend
Introduction: Bernard Brogan – Widener University
The Role of the Academy in Waging Peace
Dr. David Johnson – University of Minnesota
Ballroom GHI
Thursday, 2/27/03
10:00 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.
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Session 1: Paper Presentation
Bayleys Baroney
Thursday, 2/27/03
12:00 – 1:20
Division 3:
Human Development
SIG:
Early Childhood
Session Title:
Achievement Matters
Facilitator: Karen Robertson – Towson University
1.
The Effects of Looping on the Academic Achievement of Elementary School Students
Vada Bogart – East Tennessee State University
Russell West – East Tennessee State University
2.
The Determinants of Achievement in Very Young Children and the Role of the Teacher
Judith Stull – Temple University
3.
Leadership for the New Age: The Case of Margaret Naumburg
Blythe Hinitz – The College of New Jersey
4.
Why Preschoolers Make Judgments Under the Influence of Color
Ithel Jones – Florida State University
Andrew D. Katayama – United States Air Force Academy
Barbara Warash – West Virginia University
AnaGloria Rodriquez – West Virginia University
Kara Bodnovivh – West Virginia University
Session 2: Symposium
Fairfield
Thursday, 2/27/03
12:00 – 1:20
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Understanding How District School, Teacher, and Student Factors
Influence Technology Uses in Schools
Facilitator: Michael Russell—Boston College
Michael Russell—Boston College
Damian Bebell—Boston College
Laura O’Dwyer—Boston College
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Session 3: Paper Presentation
Ballroom G
Thursday, 2/27/03
12:00 – 1:20
Division 14:
Urban Education
SIG:
Minority Curriculum
Session Title:
Factors Which Influence Career Perceptions
Facilitiator: Raymond L. Paquin – Bryant College
1.
Perceptions of Science Career by African American Males
Erika Ijames – Cobb County Public Schools
2.
Staffs’, Parents’ and Principals’ Perception of the Summer Learning Academies
Charmaine D. Johnson – Detroit Public Schools
3.
Not Many Feet Fit the Slipper of Public School Choice in Urban Education
Doris A. White – Virginia Commonwealth University
4.
Comprehensive School Reform in Philadelphia Schools
William Evans – Temple University
Jim Sheffer – Pennsylvania Department of Education
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Session 4: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Thursday, 2/27/03
12:00 – 1:20
Division 4:
Education Management
SIG
Educational Politics
Session Title:
Ways of Reducing School Violence
Facilitator: Launcelot S. Brown - Duquesne University
1.
Athletics vs. Academic Achievement
Feng S. Din - Union College
David Ernst - Union College
Stacy Okayk - Lincolnway High School District
2.
Weapons, Zero Tolerance, and Due Process in the Public Schools
J. Kevin Jenkins - University of Georgia
John Dayton - University of Georgia
3.
Law Enforcement and Other Policies for Reducing School Crimes
George J. Michel - South Carolina State University
Session 5: Paper Presentation
Ballroom I
Thursday, 2/27/03
12:00 – 1:20
Division 9:
Professional Development
SIG:
Higher Education
Session Title:
Planning & Leadership in Higher Education
Facilitator: Connie Monroe- Mount Saint Mary’s College
1.
If High Achieving Students Stumble, Must They Fall?
Joshua S. Smith- University at Albany
2.
Organizational Commitment Among Urban University Faculty
Cheryl D. Daly- University of Massachusetts, Boston
Jay R. Dee- University of Massachusetts, Boston
3.
Conflict Management & Departmental Leadership: New Strategies for Chairs
Jay R. Dee- University of Massachusetts, Boston
Carole Singleton Henkin- University of Northern Iowa
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Session 6: Paper Presentation
Captain Jack Stoney
Thursday, 2/27/03
12:00 – 1:20
Division 2:
Measurement, Evaluation, Research & Statistics
Session Title:
Geriatric Concerns in Teaching and Assessment
Facilitator: Carole Newman – The University of Akron
1.
A Q Factor Analysis of Cardiac Rehabilitation Patients: Implications for Development of
Tailor-Made Programs
Heather Guthrie - The University of Akron and SUMMA
Aimee Thomas - The University of Akron and SUMMA
Donna Waechter - The University of Akron and SUMMA
Isadore Newman - The University of Akron and SUMMA
James Rosneck - The University of Akron and SUMMA
Richard Josephson - The University of Akron and SUMMA
2.
Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Using Computerized Administration of the SF-36 on
the Old-Old (75+ years)
Donna Waechter - The University of Akron and SUMMA
Isadore Newman - The University of Akron and SUMMA
James Rosneck - The University of Akron and SUMMA
Heather Guthrie - The University of Akron and SUMMA
Aimee Thomas - The University of Akron and SUMMA
Richard Josephson - The University of Akron and SUMMA
3.
An Investigation of Three Patient Teaching Methods in Achievement of Cognitive
Learning Objectives in Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation
Jim Rosneck – SUMMA
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Session 7: Paper Presentation
Lords Proprietors
Thursday, 2/27/03
12:00 – 1:20
Division 8:
Special Populations
SIG:
Children and Adults With Disabilities
Session title:
Inclusion of Students with Disabilities
Facilitator: Marshall Strax – College of Saint Elizabeth
1.
Adjustment to the Academic Expectations of First-Year Residential Students with
Specific Learning Disabilities
Wanda M. Hadley – University of Dayton
Darla J. Twale - University of Dayton
James H. Evans - University of Dayton
2.
The Diagnostic Utility of Response Speed on the Category Test in Identifying LD
Readers
Gurmal Rattan - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Jo Ann Coslett - Cumberland Valley School District
Tina M. Rattan - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
3.
The Co-Teaching Experience: Joint Planning and Delivery in the Inclusive Classroom
Ann Hazlett – Penn-Delco School District
Bernard Brogan – Widener University
4.
Creating an Inclusive Classroom Environment
Carol Strax – Dominican College
Session 8: Special Session
Woodward
Thursday, 2/27/03
12:00 – 1:20
Special Meeting: What Should Be the Future of
The Journal of Research in Education
Conversation Facilitated By:
Donald Biggs – University at Albany
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Session 9: Special Presentation
Palmetto Room
Thursday, 2/27/03
12:00 – 1:20
A Conversation with
Dr. David Johnson – University of Minnesota
(Town Meeting Key Note Speaker)
Session 10: Symposium
Bayleys Baroney
Thursday, 2/27/03
1:30 – 2:50
Division 13:
Teacher Education
SIG:
Professional Development Schools
Session Title:
Standards for Professional Development Schools
Facilitator: Barbara Palmer - Mount St. Mary's College
Standards for Professional Development Schools
Barbara Palmer - Mount St. Mary's College
Maggie Madden - Maryland State Department of Education
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Session 11: Paper Presentation
Fairfield
Thursday, 2/27/03
1:30 – 2:50
Division 4:
Educational Management
Session Title:
Leading, Controlling, and Relational Leadership
Facilitator: Robert J. Egley - University of South Florida - St. Petersburg
1.
Administrative Decision-Making and Organizational Change
Arthur Shapiro - University of South Florida,
William Benjamin - University of South Florida,
Jack Hunt - Florida Atlantic University
Sue Shapiro - Hillsborough Community College
2.
School Leadership in an Environment of Central Control and Limited Resources - A
Look at Education in a Developing Country
Launcelot I. Brown - Duquesne University
Dennis Conrad – State University of New York, Potsdam
3.
Measuring and Assessing Relational Leadership
James Carifio - University of Massachusetts - Lowell
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Session 12: Paper Session
Ballroom G
Thursday, 2/27/03
1:30 – 2:50
Division 3:
Human Development
Session Title:
The Development of the Preservice Teacher
Facilitator: Diane Lee – University of Maryland Baltimore County
1.
Let’s Talk About Sex: A Study of Preservice Teachers’ Knowledge Regarding Human
Sexuality and Human Development
Kara Loving – Marshall University
James M. Sottile, Jr. – Marshall University
2.
What Do Preservice Elementary Education Teachers Think About Mathematics: Is Selfefficacy Really an Issue?
Ruth Murphy – Marshall University
Thelma Isaacs – Marshall University
3.
What Characteristics Do Preservice Teachers Report a ‘Good’ Teacher Should Have to
Empower Learners?
Thelma Isaacs – Marshall University
Ruth Ann Murphy – Marshall University
James Sottile, Jr. – Marshall University
Paula Lucas – Marshall University
4.
Using Manipulatives: Is it Worth it? The Impact on Student Development
James Sottile, Jr. – Marshall University
Carl Johnson – Marshall University
Ruth Ann Murphy – Marshall University
Thomas Klein – Marshall University
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Session 13: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Thursday, 2/27/03
1:30 – 2:50
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Technology Learning Environments I
Facilitator: Cecil Burgett - Old Dominion University
1.
The Effects of Different Modalities and Learner Differences on Second Language
Listening Comprehension in a Multimedia Environment
Sylvia Sepulveda Hernandez - New York University
2.
Supporting Writing Through Assistive Technology
Evelyn M. Dailey - Towson University
3.
Teaching Music Through Self-Generated Images in Online and Hypermedia
Environments
George Henik - New York University
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Session 14: Paper Presentation
Ballroom I
Thursday, 2/27/03
1:30 – 2:50
Division 5:
Affective Education
SIG:
School Climate
Session Title:
Status of Educational programs
Facilitator: Mervin Lynch - Northeastern University
1.
The Status of Character Education in West Virginia Schools
Clete Bulach - State University of West Georgia
2.
At Risk Students Perceptions of School and Classroom Climate: A Pre-Post Test
of Character Education.
Regina Gresham - State University of West Georgia
3.
The Effect of Locus of Control and Stability on Academic Achievement in Eighth
Grade Students From North Central West Virginia
Tasneem Edwards - Marshall University and West Virginia University
4.
“Flinging the Piano” of Critical Post Avant-Garde Arts Based
Inquiry: Collages from the Curriculum Edge
Morna McDermott – Towson University
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Session 15: Paper Presentation
Captain Jack Stoney
Thursday, 2/27/03
1:30 - 2:50
Division 6:
Social Context of Education
Session Title:
Social Issues in K-12 Schooling
Facilitator: Tommy Williford – University of Georgia
1.
What Community-Based Literacy Programs Can Do that State Programs Can’t
Diane Vreeland – University of Georgia
2.
Part-time Work in High School and School-related Outcomes
Kusum Singh – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Myrna Ransome – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Steve Holmes – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Sandra Dika – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
3.
The Rhetoric of Team Names, Mascots, and Logos: Sociobiology and American Sports –
The NFL as Exemplar
Roy Mumme – Florida Gulf Coast University
Bill Halverson – Western Oregon University
David R. Mumme – Medtronic-Xomed Medical Technologies
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Session 16: Paper Presentation
Lords Proprietors
Thursday, 2/27/03
1:30 – 2:50
Division 15:
Qualitative Research
Session Title:
Leadership, Feminism and Assessment: Student Perceptions
Facilitator: Linda Evans – University of South Florida
1.
Exploring Leadership Development Characteristics of Students in a Roan Scholars
Leadership Program
Nancy Dishner - East Tennessee State University
Hal Knight– East Tennessee State University
2.
A Self-Reflective Study of Graduate Students’ Early Experiences with Qualitative
Research in a Feminist Framework
Ana Puig – University of Florida
3.
First Year Student Perceptions of Academic Advisement: A Qualitative Study and
Reality Check
Joshua Smith – University at Albany
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Session 17: Paper Session
Woodward
Thursday, 2/27/03
1:30 – 2:50
Division 10:
Educational Psychology
Session Title:
Self Regulation and Self Monitoring
Facilitator: David Halpin – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
1.
An Investigation into the Achievement Goal Orientation and Self-regulated Learning
Strategies Used by Fourth and Fifth Graders in Mathematics and Language
Melanie L. Missildine - Auburn University
David M. Shannon - Auburn University
Rebecca Robichaux - Auburn University
Toni Taylor - Auburn University
2.
Prompted Self-Monitoring and Student Performance in Educational Psychology
Li Cao - State University of West Georgia
John Nietfeld - State University of West Georgia
3.
Effects of Various Technology-Enhanced Instructional Supplements in Learning
Measurement and Basic Statistics
Rayne Sperling – Pennsylvania State University
Michele M. Dornisch – Long Island University – CW Post Campus
Session 18: Roundtable
Palmetto Room
Thursday, 2/27/03
1:30 – 2:50
Table A
Division 9:
Professional Development
Session Title:
How Can Faculty and Students Work Together to Improve Their
Professional Writing
Facilitator: Donald Biggs – University at Albany
How Can Faculty and Students Work Together to Improve Their Professional Writing
Donald Biggs – University at Albany
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Session 19: Paper Presentation
Bayleys Baroney
Thursday, 2/27/03
3:00 – 4:20
Division 13:
Teacher Education
Session Title:
Diversity Issues in Educational Practice
Facilitator: Margaret A. Moore-Hart - Eastern Michigan University
1.
Exploring the Needs of Students with Disabilities in a First Course in Professional
Education
C. Kenneth Murray - West Virginia University
2.
Mainstream First-Grade Teachers' Strategies for Accommodating the Special Needs of
English Language Learners
Clare E. Hite - University of South Florida
Linda Evans - University of South Florida
3.
Assessing the Effectiveness of the Teacher Education Diversity Strand
AnaGloria Rodriguez - West Virginia University
Session 20: Paper Session
Fairfield
Thursday, 2/27/03
3:00 – 4:20
Division 14:
Urban Education
Session Title:
Pre-teacher and Teacher Development in Urban Schools
Facilitator: Barbara Beyerbach – SUNY Oswego
1.
Preparing Teachers for Urban Schools: Past Reflections, Future Directions
Carolyn Talbert-Johnson - University of Dayton
Beverly Tillman – University of Dayton
2.
Impacting the Understanding of Urban Middle Schoolers Through Teacher
Empowerment
Holly Thornton – University of North Carolina, Greensboro
3.
Monitoring the Implementation of Federal Programs: A Case Study
Greg Martin – Federal Programs, Edinboro, PA
Deborah Sturm – Union City Area School District, PA
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Session 21: Paper Presentation
Ballroom G
Thursday, 2/27/03
3:00 – 4:20
Division 10:
Educational Psychology
Session Title:
Computers in College, School and in the Home
Facilitator: T. McClendon Amiel – University of Georgia
1.
Communities of Practice: Message Boards and Learning in Foster Parenting
Christine DiFeliciantonio – Georgia State University
2.
The Creation of an Ebook on Learning and Instructional Theory: The Process of
Creation and the Book Itself
Michael Orey – University of Georgia
4.
From College to School: Examining the Transfer of Pre-service Teacher Technology
Skills
Barbara B. Lockee - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
John K. Burton - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Ken Potter – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
4.
Design Models for Online Leadership Development
Randy Hollandsworth – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
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Session 22: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Thursday, 2/27/03
3:00 – 4:20
Division 11:
Clinical and Counseling Psychology
Session Title:
Assessments and Interventions
Facilitator: Mervin Lynch – Northeastern University
1.
Attitudes Toward Spiritual Interventions in Professional Counseling
Linda Painter – State University of West Georgia
2.
School Counseling Students’ Evaluation of a Solution-Focused Brief Counseling
Practicum.
Jack Charlesworth – State University of West Georgia
3.
Using The “DISC” Assessment Instrument to Analyze Pre-Service Administrator Team
Decision Making Within a Real-World Oriented Case Study Activity Employing a
Distance Learning Format
Jack Klotz – University of Central Arkansas
Thelma Roberson – University of Southern Mississippi
Wanda Maulding – University of Southern Mississippi
John Marshak – SUNY Cortland
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Session 23: Paper Presentation
Ballroom I
Thursday, 2/27/03
3:00 – 4:20
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Instructional Technology
Facilitator: James Takacs—University of Michigan
1.
The Influence of Learning Style on Technology-Based Instructional Development and
Evaluation
W. Michael Reed—New York University
2.
An Investigation into the Relationships among Instructional Design, Delivery Mode,
Sense of Community, Learning Predisposition, and Achievement
Richard C. Overbaugh—Old Dominion University
LeeAnn Rikard—Old Dominion University
3.
Learning Orientation, Sense of Community, and Achievement in Local and Distributed
Learning Environments
Richard C. Overbaugh—Old Dominion University
Cecil Burgett—Old Dominion University
4.
Student Characteristics, Sense of Community, and Achievement in Traditional and
Distributed Learning Environments
Richard C. Overbaugh—Old Dominion University
ShinYi Lin—Old Dominion University
LeeAnn Rikard—Old Dominion University
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Session 24: Paper Presentation
Captain Jack Stoney
Thursday, 2/27/03
3:00 – 4:20
Division 2:
Measurement, Evaluation, Research & Statistics
Session Title:
NCATE Evaluation and Statewide Reading Assessment Issues
Facilitator: Sharon Valente – Ashland University
1.
The Relationship between Presenters’ Attitudes and the Perceived Effectiveness of the
Training Experience: A Paradox
Susan Heiser - The University of Akron
James Salzman - Cleveland State University
Isadore Newman - The University of Akron
David Newman - The University of Akron
2.
The Evaluation of the Experience and Preparation for NCATE Standard 4 (Diversity):
Our Approach and What We Learned
Lisa Lenhart - The University of Akron
Jaci Wilbands - The University of Akron
Susan Clark - The University of Akron
Linda Perosa - The University of Akron
Sean Cai - The University of Akron
3.
Application of the General Evaluation Model (GEM) to the Post Graduation Assessment
of Candidates as Part of the Unit Assessment Requirement by NCATE Standard II
Louis Trenta - The University of Akron
Isadore Newman - The University of Akron
Karen Herrington - The University of Akron
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Session 25: Paper Presentation
Lords Proprietors
Thursday, 2/27/03
3:00 – 4:20
Division 8:
Special Populations
SIG:
Children and Adults With Disabilities
Session Title:
Learning and Communication Disorders
Facilitator: Howard Gordon – Marshall University
1.
Genetic Factors in Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
John Lavach – College of William and Mary
Michael McDonough – College of William and Mary
2.
Effective Teaching for Children with Cochlear Implants
Michelle Cutler – University of Georgia
Joan Laughton – University of Georgia
Session 26: Paper Presentation
Woodward
Thursday, 2/27/03
3:00 – 4:20
Division 1:
Curriculum and Instruction
Session Title:
Primary Literacy Development
Facilitator: Terry Cicchelli – Fordham University
1.
Elementary Students’ Written Responses to Poetry: Exploring the
Concepts of Entertainment and Empathy
Laura Steele – West Virginia University
2.
A Framework for Assessment of Change in Reading Engagement
Martha W. McGovern – West Virginia University at Parkersburg
3.
Study of Curriculum Effectiveness in Social Studies
Catherine A. Little – College of William and Mary
4.
Real World Mathematics: Exploring the Use of Reality-Based
Instruction to Increase Student Math Achievement and Interest
In Math-Based Careers
Raymond L. Paquin – Bryant College
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Session 27: Poster Session
Palmetto Room
Thursday, 2/27/03
3:00 – 4:20
Division 6:
Social Context in Education
Session Title:
Potpourri
Poster A
Facilitator: Mathew P. Quirk – University of Georgia
Do 2nd and 3rd Grade Students Make Causual Inferences When Reading Expository
Texts?
Mathew P. Quirk – University of Georgia
Poster B
Facilitator: Maki Kobori – University of North Carolina – Wilmington
Global Citizenship: How Does Multicultural Education Help Young Students to Build
Positive Attitude Toward Other Countries
Maki Kobori – University of North Carolina – Wilmington
Edward Caropreso - University of North Carolina – Wilmington
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STUDENTS’ GATHERING
President Brogan’s Suite
Check EERA Registration Desk for Details
Thursday 2/27/03
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
RECEPTION/SOCIAL HOUR
ALL MEMBERS ARE WELCOME AND
ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
Ballroom J and West Hall
Thursday, 2/27/03
6:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
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FRIDAY OVERVIEW
2/28/03
REGISTRATION
West Registration
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
COFFEE HOURS
Ballroom Foyer West
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 a.m.– 10:30 a.m.
Professional Development Session
Using Common Software to Handle Research Tasks
Abbot Packard – State University of West Georgia
Myrna Gantner – State University of West Georgia
Lords Proprietors
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.
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Special Session
A Discussion of Services Provided on the EERA Web Site
And a Discussion About Future Possibilities
Presented by Jeffrey Kaiser – Webmaster
Woodward
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00 a.m.– 11:20 a.m.
LUNCHEON BANQUET
(INCLUDED IN YOUR REGISTRATION FEE)
ALL MEMBERS ARE
ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
DISTINGUISHED PAPER AWARD
AND OTHER PRESENTATIONS
Ballroom J and West Hall
Friday, 2/28/03
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION
How To Mentor A Doctoral Dissertation
Isadore Newman – University of Akron
Woodward
2:00P.M
Friday,
2/28/03
3:30 p.m.– 4:50 p.m.
GENERAL BUSINESS MEETING
ALL EERA MEMBERS ARE INVITED
AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
Ballroom J
Friday, 2/28/03
5:00 p.m. - 6:20 p.m.
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FRIDAY
2/28/03
Division 14:
Session 28: Paper Session
Bayleys Baroney
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30– 9:50
Urban Education
SIG:
Minority Curriculum
Session Title:
Understanding Higher Education Learners in Urban Settings
Facilitator: Dennis Parsons – SUNY Oswego
1.
Retention and Performance of Non-Traditional Students: Are They Doing Better or
Worse?
Doris C. Withers – Medgar Evars College, CUNY
Eva Chan - Medgar Evars College, CUNY
2.
Understanding African American Adult Learner’s Preferences for Classroom Social
Environment
Sonya L. Thomas – Fort Valley State University
3.
Race Ideology and Non-cognitive Factors: Predictors of Academic Outcome for African
Americans at Predominantly Black and Predominantly White Institutions
Charles Lockett – James Madison University
4.
Poverty and Achievement in New York’s Large Urban School Districts
Stuart E. Smith – Alfred University
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Session 29: Paper Presentation
Fairfield
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 – 9:50
Division 3:
Session Title:
Human Development
Imperative for Change
Facilitator: Thomas Proffitt – Towson University
1.
Culture Change in Schools: Building a Learning Community Through Leadership and
Collaborative Teams
Larry Froman – Towson University
2.
A Proposal for Documenting and Guiding Health Providers’ Post Training Behaviors
When Close Monitoring of Performance and Feedback Are Difficult to Provide
Wesley Petersen – Mayo Clinic
Mary Alice Trapp – Mayo Clinic
3.
Effectiveness of Pre-Baccalaureate Health Careers Opportunity Programs
(HCOP) for Disadvantaged Students in Three Southern States
Virley Lewin - East Tennessee State University
Hal Knight - East Tennessee State University
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Session 30: Paper Presentation
Ballroom G
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 – 9:50
Division 2:
Measurement, Evaluation, Research, and Statistics
Session Title:
Legal Issues & Mediation: Evaluation Practices
Facilitator: Susan Heiser – The University of Akron
1.
Cooperation in the Classroom: An Application of Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma
Jeffrey Russell – Ashland University
2.
Plaintiff and Defense Attorneys’ Perceptions of Mediation: An Evaluation of the
Components that Make it Effective
Donna Waechter - The University of Akron
Isadore Newman - The University of Akron
Tom Waechter - Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
3.
The Practice of Peer Grading
Rhonda Baldwin - State University of West Georgia
Luke Cornelius - State University of West Georgia
Session 31: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 – 9:50
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Learner Traits and Technology
Facilitator: LeeAnn Rikard—Old Dominion University
1.
A Conceptual Analysis of the Relationship Between SRL and Collaborative Learning in
Online Education
Euikil Lee—SUNY Albany
2.
Using Technology to Restore Self-Expression and Self-Concept
Jennifer Vermillion—College of William and Mary
Robert D. Hannafin—College of William and Mary
3.
Students’ Learning Styles and Their Perceptions of Web-Based Instruction
Liyan Song—University of Georgia
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Session 32: Paper Presentation
Ballroom I
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 – 9:50
Division 13:
Teacher Education
Session Title:
Technology Issues Related to Preservice and Inservice Teaching
Facilitator: Carole Newman --- University of Akron
1.
Supporting Teachers in their Integration of Technology with Literacy
Margaret A. Moore-Hart --- Eastern Michigan University
2.
Threading Technology Through a Curriculum Program
Karyn E. Schweiker-Marra --- Frostburg State University
3.
Extent of Technology Use in Lessons Taught by Student Teachers:
Estimates and Examples
Scott W. Bower --- West Virginia University
Session 33: Paper Presentation
Captain Jack Stoney
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 – 9:50
Division 6:
Social Context of Education
Session Title:
Social Constructions of Meaning in Education
Facilitator: John vonEschenbach – State University of West Georgia
1.
Mumia Abu-Jamal and the American Pedagogy of Oppression: Justice, Freedom, and
Indoctrination
Tommy Williford – University of Georgia
2.
Oppression in Psychological Intervention: Inequalities in the Delivery of Psychological
Services
Marshall Strax – College of Saint Elizabeth
3.
Measuring Progress on Diversity Agenda: A Study of Leaders’ Use of Diversity
Indicators
Steve O. Michael – Kent State University
Valerie Brooks – Kent State University
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Professional Development Session
Using Common Software to Handle Research Tasks
Abbott Packard – State University of West Georgia
Myrna Gantner – State University of West Georgia
Lords Proprietors
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.
Session 34: Paper Presentation
Woodward
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 – 9:50
Division 10:
Educational Psychology
Session Title:
Science
Facilitator: ShinYi Lin – Old Dominion University
1.
Socio-demographic and Affective Correlates of Science Achievement: Analysis of 12th
Grade Students Data From TIMSS
Kusum Singh - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Than Than Zin – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
2.
Affective Variables and Science Achievement: A Review of the Empirical Literature
Kusum Singh - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Than Than Zin – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
3.
The Nature of Scientific Revolutions from the Vantage Point of Chaos Theory
Rocco Perla - University of Massachusetts Lowell
James Carifio - University of Massachusetts Lowell
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Session 35: Unrelated Roundtables
Palmetto Room
Friday, 2/28/03
8:30 – 9:50
Table A
Division 3:
Human Development
SIG:
Early Childhood Education
Session Title:
Gifted Students Explain Posters of Self as Scientist
Facilitator: Lynn Cole – Towson University
1.
Gifted Students Explain Posters of Self as Scientist
Gail Gasparich - Towson University
Lynn Cole – Towson University
Table B
Division 7:
Health Service Education
Session Title:
Intervention and Prevention Programs
Facilitator: Bernard Brogan – Widener University
1.
Developing a Plan to Reduce Unplanned Pregnancies Among College Women.
Deborah J. Mathis - University of Pennsylvania
Shannon D.Huffaker - University of Pennsylvania
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Session 36: Paper Session
Bayleys Baroney
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00– 11:20
Division 6:
Social Context of Education
SIG:
Ethics in Education
Session Title: School Boards and School University Partnerships
Facilitator: Korynne Taylor-Dunlop – Dowling College
1.
“Talk” For Professional Development: Superintendents and Professors
Terry Cicchelli – Fordham University
Sheldon Marcus – Fordham University
Max Weiner – Fordham University
2.
School Board Members’ Attitudes Towards Team Learning and Professional Governance
Robert Manley – Dowling College
Richard Hawkins – William Floyd Public Schools, New York
Charles Rudiger – Dowling College
Lloyd K. Bishop – Dowling College
3.
School-based Mentoring and its Impact on School Culture: A Case Study of Three Urban
School-University Academic Mentor Programs
Jonathan Hughes – St. John’s University
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Session 37: Paper Presentation
Fairfield
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00 – 11:20
Division 10:
Educational Psychology
Session Title:
On-line Masters I
Facilitator: Gary Whitt – Roanoke College
1.
Instructional Technology Program
David Halpin – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Ken Potter – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
2.
Student Work Submission Patterns in an Online Master’s Program
Amy Kellogg – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Hope Liu – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
3.
Contextualizing the Changing Faces of Online Master’s Students
Hope Liu – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Amy Kellogg – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
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Session 38: Paper Presentation
Ballroom G
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00 – 11:20
Division 3:
Human Development
Session Title:
Development Issues for Special Education
Facilitator: Sam DellaVecchia – Towson University
1.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Facing the Developmental Issues that Impact
Teachers, Parents, and Children
Darlene Fewster – Towson University
Amy Grabner – Essex Elementary School
2.
Inclusion for All: What to do for Young Children with Diverse Needs in the General
Education Classroom
Darlene Fewster – Towson University
Amy Grabner – Essex Elementary School
3.
Empowering Children Who Have Sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury: Examining the
Developmental Issues
Darlene Fewster – Towson University
Session 39: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00 – 11:20
Division 6:
Social Context of Education
SIG:
Law and Education
Session Title:
Legal and Political Developments in Public Schools
Facilitator: Bernard Brogan – Widener University
1.
“Zero Tolerance” Disciplinary Policies
Myrka A. Gonzalez – Dowling College
2.
The Debate Never Ends: Recent Legal and Political Developments Regarding The
Teaching of Evolution in the Public Schools
Luke M. Cornelius – State University of West Georgia
3.
Is Georgia Statue 20-2-145 Valid?
Catherine P. Waczkowski – Coweta County School System
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Session 40: Paper Presentation
Ballroom I
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00 – 11:20
Division 9:
Professional Development
Session Title:
Educators and Students
Facilitator: Elizabeth Monahan- Mount Saint Mary’s College
1.
Status of African American Counselor Educators: A Study of CACREP
Carla R. Bradley- University of North Carolina Charlotte
2.
International Students Impression of American Education at West Virginia University
Angela M. Derk- West Virginia University
3.
Instructional Technology: Building Toward a Higher Level
Christine Weigandt – West Virginia University
Deniz Palak - West Virginia University
John G. Wells- West Virginia University
4.
Development and Initial Validation of the Encouraging Statistics Professor Scale
Freda Watson- University of South Florida
Jeffery Kromrey - University of South Florida
John Ferron- University of South Florida
Robert Dedrick- University of South Florida
Kristine Hogarty- University of South Florida
Tom Lang- University of South Florida
Melinda Hess- University of South Florida
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Session 41: Paper Presentation
Captain Jack Stoney
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00 – 11:20
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Technology Use in the Classroom
Facilitator: ShinYi Lin—Old Dominion University
1.
Take a Field Trip to the K-12 Schools: Field Experiences for Instructional Technology
Tricia Ryan—Towson University
2.
Infusing Technology into the Classroom
David Wizer—Towson University
Robert Wall—Towson University
Tammy Banerjee—Towson University
3.
Integration of Instructional Technologies and Change in Teacher Practice
Amy L. Kuhn—West Virginia University
Chifundo N. Lemani—West Virginia University
Deborah L. Wells—West Virginia University
Katherine J. Mitchem—West Virginia University
John G. Wells—West Virginia University
4.
What are Teachers’ Attitudes Toward Web Quests as a Method of Teaching?
Robert Perkins—College of Charleston
Meg McKnight—College of Charleston
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Session 42: Paper Presentation
Lords Proprietors
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00 – 11:20
Division 2:
Measurement, Evaluation, Research, and Statistics
Session Title:
The Use of Action Research to Improve Reflective Teaching Practices
Facilitator: Louis Trenta – The University of Akron
1.
Parent/Guardian Perceptions of the Boys and Girls Club Educational Activities
Kelly Harkcom - Auburn University
David Hodge - Auburn University
Jiunn-Ger Li - Auburn University
Jennifer Wynn - Auburn University
Kathy Cassil - Auburn University
Leah Stover - Auburn University
2.
Participant Perceptions of the Boys and Girls Club Educational Activities
Melanie Missildine - Auburn University
Margaret Ross - Auburn University
Alan Miller - Auburn University
Mary Ann Taylor-Sims - Auburn University
Lexie Turnipseed - Auburn University
Anthony Philadelphia - Auburn University
3.
Nordonia Teachers Take the Next Step: Using Classroom Research to Improve
Reflective Practice and Quality of Instruction
Carole Newman - The University of Akron
Elaine Beno - Nordonia City Schools
Kelly Boebel - Nordonia City Schools
Alecia Glorioso - Nordonia City Schools
Kathy Goodson - Nordonia City Schools
Amy Grezlik - Nordonia City Schools
Goksu Kretch - Nordonia City Schools
Jan Robinson - Nordonia City Schools
Gennell Schvartz - Nordonia City Schools
Kristen Sykora - Nordonia City Schools
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Session 43: Special Presentation
Woodward
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00 – 11:20
A Discussion of Services Provided on the EERA Web Site
And a Discussion About Future Possibilities
Presentation and Discussion Facilitated By:
Jeffrey Kaiser – Webmaster
Session 44: Unrelated Roundtables
Palmetto
Friday, 2/28/03
10:00 – 11:20
Table A
Division 8:
Special Populations
Session Title:
Adult Offenders
Facilitator: Howard Gordon – Marshall University
1.
Impact of Career and Technical Education Programs on Adult Offenders: Learning
Behind Bars
Howard Gordon – Marshall University
Bracie Weldon – Marshall University
Table B
Session Title:
Primary Teacher Education
Facilitator: Mary Alice Barksdale
1.
Comparative Perspectives on Primary Teacher Education and the Teaching of Reading
and Writing in Malawi
Mary Alice Barksdale - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Josiah Tlou - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Patricia Proudfoot Kelly - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Jerome Niles - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Manuel Kazembe - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Edith Mmela – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
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LUNCHEON BANQUET
(INCLUDED IN YOUR REGISTRATION FEE)
ALL MEMBERS ARE
ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
DISTINGUISHED PAPER AWARD
AND OTHER PRESENTATIONS
Ballroom J and West Hall
Friday, 2/28/03
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Session 45: Paper Session
Bayleys Baroney
Friday, 2/28/03
2:00 – 3:20
Division 6:
Social Context of Education
SIG:
Ethics in Education
Session Title:
Creating a Learning Community and Team Learning
Facilitator: Kusum Singh - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
1.
How Do We Create a Learning Community of “We The People?”
Korynne Taylor-Dunlop - Dowling College
Robert Manley - Dowling College
Stephanie Tatum - Dowling College
2.
Education and Business Partnerships: Reducing Conflicts and Facilitating a Learning
Community
John R. Savarese – Dowling College
3.
Bonding With Sharks, Manatees, and Dolphins: Schooling as a “Sea-World” of Play,
Games, Sport, Leisure or a “Land-World” of Competition?
Roy I. Mumme - Florida Gulf Coast University
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Session 46: Paper Presentation
Fairfield
Friday, 2/28/03
2:00 – 3:20
Division 3:
Human Development
Session Title:
Renewing Priorities in Education
Facilitator: Sam DellaVecchia – Towson University
1.
Where Are the Winds of Change Taking Us?
Diane Lee – University of Maryland Baltimore County
2.
Dream Catching
Roxana DellaVecchia – Towson University
3.
Home-schooling and the African American Community
Arnita Hicks McArthur – Towson University
Session 47: Paper Presentation
Ballroom G
Friday, 2/28/03
2:00 – 3:20
Division 8:
Special Populations
SIG:
International and Global Issues
Session Title:
International Issues
Facilitator: John Lavach – College of William and Mary
1.
Global Education: Content Standards for Individual and Societal Welfare
Edward Jadallah – The University of Maine
2.
Ideological Forces Behind Internationalizing Higher Education: A Case Study of a
Research University in the Midwest
Ludmila Cravcenco – Kent State University
Steve O. Michael – Kent State University
3.
A Tale of Two CST’S: The Impact of Placement Decisions on Two African American
Friends
Elizabeth Cramer – Florida International University
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Session 48: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Friday, 2/28/03
2:00 – 3:20
Division 4:
Educational Management
Session Title:
The Effectiveness of Different School Management Structures
Facilitator: Jack Campbell – Mount St. Mary’s College
1.
Moving Southwood Elementary School Toward Constructivism
Arthur Shapiro - University of South Florida
Leanna Isaacson - Southwood Elementary School
2.
Do Year-Round Schools Enhance the Learning Environment?
Susan Cockrell - University of North Carolina -Wilmington
Edward Caropreso - University of North Carolina -Wilmington
3.
Exploring Alternatives to Current Funding Sources for Building Maintenance and
Construction of School Buildings in the State of Pennsylvania
Scott Ballantyne - Alvernia College
William Harst - Alvernia College
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Session 49: Paper Presentation
Ballroom I
Friday, 2/28/03
2:00 – 3:20
Division 13:
Teacher Education
Session Title:
The Role of Mentoring in Preservice and Inservice Teachers' Practice
Facilitator:
W. Scott Bower - West Virginia University
1.
A Case Study of the Support and Challenge Offered in Mentoring
Janine L. Certo - Virginia Commonwealth University
2.
A Study of the Reflective Practice of Preservice Teachers in their Final Internship
Mary C. Draper - Spurgeon Baptist Bible College
3.
Extending the Learning Community: The Birth of a New Teacher Support Group
Donna R. Sanderson - West Chester University of Pennsylvania
4.
New Teacher Participants’ Alumni Survey: Where Are They Today? Are They
“Surviving”? Are They Teaching?
Janet Bercik – Northeastern Illinois University
Session 50: Symposium
Captain Jack Stoney
Friday, 2/28/03
2:00 – 3:20
Division 5:
Affective Education
SIG:
Self-Concept
Session Title:
The Role of School Administrators and Teachers in the Inclusion of
Children with Disabilities: Self Concept and Disabilities
Facilitator: Marshall Strax, College of St. Elizabeth
Mervin Lynch – Northeastern University
Marshall Strax – College of Saint Elizabeth
Carol Strax – Dominican College
Roger Tesi – William Patterson University
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Session 51: Paper Presentation
Lords Proprietors
Friday, 2/28/03
2:00 – 3:20
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Technology and Learning Theories
Facilitator: John A. Hollenbeck - Old Dominion University
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The Multimedia Mind: Assessing Cognitive Load in Multimedia Learning
Robert R. Whelan - New York University
2.
The Effect of Different Types of Scaffolding on Students’ Ability to Define
Complex Problems
Janet Mannheimer Zydney - New York University
3.
Limits of Acceptable Change: A Step-by-Step Interactive Guide to a Forestry
Problem Applying Theories of Cognitive Constructivism
Kakali Bhattacharya - University of Georgia
Michael Tarrant - University of Georgia
Liyan Song - University of Georgia
4.
On-line Versus Traditional Course Students: Personality, Attitude, and
Motivation
Stephen J. Jenkins - Georgia Southern University
Elizabeth Downs - Georgia Southern University
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Session 52: Paper Presentation
Woodward
Friday, 2/28/03
2:00 – 3:20
Division 2:
Measurement, Evaluation, Research & Statistics
Session Title:
Meta-Analysis and Policy Implementation
Facilitator: Aimee Thomas - The University of Akron
1.
Meta-Analysis Research: Cautions and Limitations
Anthony Onwuegbuzie - Howard University
Nancy Leech - University of Colorado at Denver
2.
Meta-Analysis of Cognitive Functioning: Reverse 7's, Delayed Recall and Immediate
Recall
Karen Saenz - University of Central Florida
Linda Speranza - University of Central Florida
Scott Ramus - University of Central Florida
Chen-Yuan Lee - University of Central Florida
Jim Katt - University of Central Florida
Wendy Shore - University of Central Florida
Chris Karper - University of Central Florida
E. Lea Witta - University of Central Florida
3.
Governance Characteristics of Higher and Lower Performing Urban School Districts in
Ohio: A Study Toward the Development of Criteria Useful in Determining the Content
Validity of an Instrument for Evaluating Urban School District Governance
Louis Trenta - The University of Akron
Luvern Cunningham - The University of Akron
Sharon Kruse - The University of Akron
Susan Printy - Michigan State University
Diana Hunn - The University of Dayton
Frank Aquila - Cleveland State University
Philip Griswold - East Stroudsburg University
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Session 53: Unrelated Roundtables
Palmetto Room
Friday, 2/28/03
2:00 – 3:20
Division 6:
Social Context of Education
SIG:
Research Ethics
Table A
Session Title:
Requirements for Training in the Ethical Treatment of Human
Research Subjects: Implications for Educational Researchers
Facilitator: Andrea D. Clements- East Tennessee State University
1.
Requirements for Training in the Ethical Treatment of Human
Research Subjects: Implications for Educational Researchers
Andrea D. Clements- East Tennessee State University
Division 13:
Teacher Education
SIG:
Professional Development Schools
Table B
Session Title:
Internships in Professional Development Schools
Facilitator: Patricia Farrell - Mt. St. Mary's College
1.
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Regular and Special Education Internships in Professional Development Schools
Patricia Farrell - Mt. St. Mary's College
Colette Kalil - Mt. St. Mary's College
Margaret Hogan - Mt. St. Mary's College
Susan Collins - Mt. St. Mary's College
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Session 54: Paper Presentation
Bayleys Baroney
Friday, 2/28/03
3:30 – 4:50
Division 4:
Educational Management
Session Title:
Leadership and Trust in Education
Facilitator: Arthur Shapiro - University of South Florida
1.
Building School Leadership Capacity - The Changing Role of the Principal
Patricia Miller - University of Charleston
Brenda Roughton - Harborview Elementary School
2.
The West Georgia Leadership Academy - Working with Novice Principals
James Berry - State University of West Georgia
Ronnie Williams - State University of West Georgia
3.
Toward a Model of Trust in Schools
Alan Henkin - University of Iowa
Carole Singleton - University of Northern Iowa
Fred Holman - St. Thomas University
Jay R. Dee - University of Massachusetts - Boston
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Session 55: Paper Presentations
Fairfield
Friday, 2/28/03
3:30 – 4:50
Division 4:
Educational Management
Session Title:
The Principal' s Views on APs, Resources, and Management
Facilitator: Wilbur Rich - Wellesley College
1.
Problems Facing Today’s First Year Assistant Principals
Robert J. Egley - University of South Florida - St. Peterburg
Lynnette Fields - University of South Florida - St. Peterburg
2.
The Principal’s Viewpoint: The Effectiveness of Site-Based Management Teams as a
Strategy for School Improvement
Raymond Naylor - Widener University
3.
A Study of the Quality of a Special Education Teacher from the Elementary Principal’s
Perspective
Barbara White - Widener University
Session 56: Paper Presentation
Ballroom G
Friday, 2/28/03
3:30 – 4:50
Division 10:
Educational Psychology
Session Title:
Modalities and Cognitive Styles
Facilitator: Melanie L. Missildine – Auburn University
1.
Instructional Effectiveness of Varied Animated Enhancement Strategies
Chih-Lung Lin – National Pintung Teachings College, Taiwan
Francis Dwyer – The Pennsylvania State University
2.
The Effects of Assessment Modality on Long-term Memory for Speech
Gary Whitt – Roanoke College
Sarah Simmons – Roanoke College
3.
The Effect of Contextual Background and Presentations Order on Cognitive Style
Mike Moore – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
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Session 57: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Friday, 2/28/03
3:30 – 4:50
Division 2:
Measurement, Evaluation, Research & Statistics
Session Title:
Logistic Regression, Confidence Bands, and the Delphi Method
Facilitator: Anthony Onwuegbuzi – Howard University
1.
Discriminant Analysis versus Logistic Regression: Questions Researchers and
Practitioners Should Address When Making This Decision
John Fraas - Ashland University
2.
Participants' Comments Regarding the Strengths and Weaknesses of the Delphi Method
Sally Winterton – West Chester University of Pennsylvania
3.
Confidence Bands for Standardized Mean Differences: A Comparison of Nine
Techniques Under Non-normality and Variance Heterogeneity
Melinda Hess – University of South Florida
Jeffrey Kromrey – University of South Florida
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Session 58: Paper Session
Ballroom I
Friday, 2/28/03
3:30 – 4:50
Division 13:
Teacher Education
Session Title:
Promoting Effective Teaching Practice
Facilitator: Mary C. Draper - Spurgeon Baptist Bible College
1.
The Role of Teacher Associates in Cyberspace
Louise M. Soares - University of New Haven
Anthony Soares - University of Bridgeport
2.
Children, Traumatic Exposure, and Mathematics Achievement
Rosalind Duplechain - State University of West Georgia
Jill Mizell - State University of West Georgia
3.
Supporting Inquiries and Literacies of Young Children Through Academic Service
Learning and/or Fieldwork in Preservice Education
Mary Rearick - Eastern Michigan University
4.
Who’s Learning From Whom Here? Scaffolding the Literacies of Young Children,
University Volunteers, and Reading Educators
Marion Dokes-Brown – Eastern Michigan University
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Session 59: Symposium
Captain Jack Stoney
Friday, 2/28/03
3:30 – 4:50
Division 3:
Human Development
SIG:
Spiritual and Moral Development
Session Title:
The Spiritual Classroom
Facilitator: Roxana DellaVecchia – Towson University
1.
The Spiritual Classroom
Thomas Peterson – State University of West Georgia
2.
Teaching for Wisdom
Tobin Hart – State University of West Georgia
3.
Spirituality in the Classroom: The Foundation of Reflection
Timothy Kerlin – Wright State University
Session 60: Paper Presentation
Lords Proprietors
Friday, 2/28/03
3:30 – 4:50
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Technology Learning Environments II
Facilitator: William A. Sugar - East Carolina University
1.
Democratic Learning Environments on the Internet
John A. Hollenbeck - Old Dominion University
2.
Using Web-Based Computer Games to Meet the Demands of Today’s High Stakes
Testing: A Mixed Method Inquiry
Kathleen K. McDonald - College of William and Mary
Robert D. Hannafin - College of William and Mary
3.
Audio-Enhanced Internet Courses: The Impact on Affect and Achievement
Peggy K. Jones - University of South Florida
Cynthia G. Parshall - University of South Florida
J. Christine Harmes - University of South Florida
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Professional Development Session
How To Mentor A Doctoral Dissertation
Isadore Newman – University of Akron
Woodward
Friday, 2/28/03
3:30 p.m.– 4:50 p.m.
Session 61: Panel Discussion
Palmetto Room
Friday, 2/28/03
3:30 – 4:50
Division 6:
Social Context of Education
SIG:
Research Ethics
Title:
The Role of Diversity in Educational Research and Practice
Facilitator: Virginia Shipman – University of New Mexico
The Role of Diversity in Educational Research and Practice
Virginia Shipman – University of New Mexico
GENERAL BUSINESS MEETING
ALL EERA MEMBERS ARE INVITED
AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
Ballroom J
Friday, 2/28/03
5:00 p.m. - 6:20 p.m.
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SATURDAY OVERVIEW
3/1/03
REGISTRATION
West Registration
Saturday, 3/1/03
7:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
COFFEE HOURS
Ballroom Foyer West
Saturday, 3/1/03
7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Professional Development Session
The Dual Aspect Theory of Moral Competence
and the Moral Judgment Test
Donald Biggs – University at Albany
Robert Colesante – Siena College
Lords Proprietors
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 a.m. – 9:20 a.m.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Bsllroom D
Saturday, 3/1/03
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
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SATURDAY
3/1/03
Session 62: Symposium
Bayleys Baroney
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 – 9:20
Division 14:
Urban Education
SIG:
Minority Curriculum
Session Title: Middle School Urban/Rural Exchange Project
Facilitator: Carolyn Talbert-Johnson - University of Dayton
Place, Space and Identity: Multitextual Representations As Dialog and Reflection(s) in the Role
of Mentoring Students From Urban and Rural Settings.
Estela Morel - Corlears JHS 56, Manhattan
Kelly Glusovich - Corlears JHS 56, Manhattan
Patty Wilson - Williamstown Middle School, NYS
Colleen Ryan - SUNY Oswego
Dennis Parsons, SUNY Oswego
Barbara Beyerbach - SUNY Oswego
Pat Russo - SUNY Oswego
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Session 63: Paper Presentation
Fairfield
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 – 9:20
Division 9:
Professional Development
SIG:
Higher Education
Session Title:
Evaluation and Assessment in Higher Education
Facilitator: Darla Twale- University of Dayton
1.
A Proposed Framework for Developing Institution Quality Assessment
John L. Yeager- University of Pittsburgh
Glen M. Nelson- University of Pittsburgh
2.
Formal Administrator Evaluation Program: An Overview of Current Practices
Glen M. Nelson- University of Pittsburg
3.
Testing An Evaluative Strategy for Sabbatical Leave Programs
Michael Miller- San Jose State University
Session 64: Paper Presentation
Ballroom G
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 – 9:20
Division 10:
Educational Psychology
Session Title:
Concepts, Constructions, and Critical Thinking
Facilitator: Ross Perkins - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
1.
The Super Majority Rule of Constructivism
Louise M. Soares - University of New Haven
Anthony T. Soares - University of Bridgeport
2.
Tracking “Frozen” Concepts: Mapping Alternate Conceptions
Richard S. Croft - Eastern Oregon University
3.
Critical Thinking and Intrinsic Motivation
Gerald L. Points - University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Edward Caropreso - University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Karen Wetherill - University of North Carolina, Wilmington
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Session 65: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 – 9:20
Division 3:
Human Development
Session Title:
Leaving No One Behind
Facilitator: James Sottille – Marshall University
1.
A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Teacher Preparation on Teacher Retention and
Student Achievement
Thomas Proffitt – Towson University
2.
K-16 Perspectives on No Child Left Behind
Joann Ericson – Maryland State Department of Education
3.
Understandings of the Stakeholders in Professional Development Schools
Karen Robertson – Towson University
Session 66: Paper Presentation
Ballroom I
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 – 9:20
Division 4:
Educational Management
Session Title:
Accountability, Testing, and Teachers
Facilitator: Alan Henkin - University of Iowa
1.
Is High Stakes Testing Right for Florida? Teachers Speak Out
Brett Jones - University of South Florida - St. Peterburg
Robert Egley - University of South Florida - St. Peterburg
Danielle Hogan - University of South Florida - St. Peterburg
2.
The Carrot and the Stick: How Testing Affects Teachers’ Job Satisfaction
Brett Jones - University of South Florida - St. Petersberg
3.
No Child Left Behind Act of 2002- Challenges for Classroom Teachers
Wilbur Rich - Wellesley College
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Session 67: Paper Presentation
Captain Jack Stoney
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 – 9:20
Division 9:
Professional Development
SIG:
Faculty Development
Session Title:
Critical Contributions of Faculty
Facilitator: Jack Campbell- Mount Saint Mary’s College
1.
Gear Up: A Collaborative Model for Improvement of Student Achievement
Kathleen Bands- Hood College
Judy Johnstone-Mount Saint Mary’s College
2.
The Impact of State and National Teacher Reform on Faculty Reward Practices
Marie Finn- Hood College
Kathleen Bands-Hood College
3.
Thrown in the DeepEnd : Teachers’ Voices on Professional Preparedness for ED
Students
Christopher Blake- Mount Saint Mary’s College
Professional Development Session
The Dual Aspect Theory of Moral Competence
and the Moral Judgment Test
Donald Biggs – University at Albany
Robert Colesante – Siena College
Lords Proprietors
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 a.m. – 9:20 a.m.
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Session 68: Symposium
Woodward
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 – 9:20
Division 15:
Qualitative Research
Session Title:
Voice, Theory and Theater: A Qualitative Look at Presentation
Facilitator: Joshua Smith - University at Albany
1.
The Portrayal of Gender and a Description of Gender Roles in Selected Modern and
Postmodern Plays
Bonny Copenhaver - Mountain Empire Community College
Hal Knight - Mountain Empire Community College
2.
Voices of Veteran Teachers
Linda Evans - University of South Florida
3.
The Role of Theory in Qualitative Research: Transforming Ideology into Practice
Mirka Koro-Ljungberg - University of South Florida
Session 69: Meeting
Palmetto Room
Saturday, 3/1/03
8:00 – 9:20
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Division 12 Business Meeting
Facilitator: W. Michael Reed - New York University
All EERA members interested in educational technology may attend.
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Session 70: Paper Presentation
Bayleys Baroney
Saturday, 3/1/03
9:30 – 10:50
Division 2:
Measurement, Evaluation, Research & Statistics
Session Title:
Testing Issues and Anxiety
Facilitator: Susan Heiser – The University of Akron
1.
What Do State Assessments Measure, Ability or Achievement?
Kathy Burson – Middleton Area School District
Robert Wright – Widener University
2.
The Relationship between Test-taking Skill and Attitudes toward the Use of Tests
Estelle Gellman – Hofstra University
Mina Berkowitz – Long Island University
3.
Toward a Conceptual Model for Statistics Anxiety Intervention
Freda Watson – University of South Florida
Jeffrey Kromrey – University of South Florida
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Session 71: Paper Presentation
Fairfield
Saturday, 3/1/03
9:30 – 10:50
Division 9:
Professional Development
SIG:
Higher Education
Session Title:
Planning Religious Orientation & Ethical Participation
Facilitator: Michael Miller- San Jose State University
1.
Developing Learning Communities in Private Religious Institutions
Darla J. Twale- University of Dayton
Jean Mulhorn- Wilberforce University
Susan Price- Kettering College of Medical Arts
Paula Remes- Kettering College of Medical Arts
Lisa Brown-University of Dayton
Cheryl Wood- University of Dayton
2.
Strategic Planning in American Catholic Higher Education
Moya R. Kaporch-Holy Family College
3.
An Examination of Black Male Participation, Retention & Graduation Rates in the
University System of Georgia
Jennifer E. Fairchild-Pierce- Georgia State University
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Session 72: Symposium
Ballroom G
Saturday, 3/1/03
9:30 – 10:50
Division 14:
Urban Education
Session Title:
Toward a Framework of K-16 Equity Standards: The Work of the
New York Consortium for Professional Development
Facilitator: Dennis Parsons - SUNY Oswego
Pamela Abder - New York University
Carol Blunt-White - New York State K-16 Aliance
Margaret Boyle - Pace University
Ellen Goldstein - City College of New York
Issa Salame - City College of New York
Elizabeth Kosky - Manhattan College
Karen Nicholson - Manhattan College
Sue Marsa - Hunter College
Bill Rosenthal - Hunter College
Alysan Slighter - New York State Education Department
Valerie Washington - Lehman College, CUNY
Elliot Weitz - Lehman College, CUNY
Barbara Beyerbach - SUNY Oswego
Pat Russo - SUNY Oswego
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Session 73: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Saturday, 3/1/03
9:30 – 10:50
Division 10:
Educational Psychology
Session Title:
On-Line Learning
Facilitator: Amy Kellogg - Virginia Polytechnic Institute
1.
Continuing Down the Yellow Brick Road
Abbot Packard – State University of West Georgia
Glen Holmes – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
2.
It’s About Time!: A Case Study of Student Time Use and Behaviors in a Synchronous
Virtual Classroom
T. McClendon Amiel - University of Georgia
Michael Orey – University of Georgia
Session 74: Symposium
Ballroom I
Saturday, 3/1/03
9:30 – 10:50
Division 3:
Human Development
SIG:
Spiritual and Moral Development
Session Title:
The Courage and Calling to Teach
Facilitator: Wesley Petersen – Mayo Clinic
1.
Affirming Purpose in a Noble Profession: Teaching as a Calling
Myrna Gantner – State University of West Georgia
2.
Listening to the Heartbeats Within: An Elementary School Teacher’s Endeavor to Honor
the Sacred Ground
Sara Nalley – Vaughan Elementary School
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Session 75: Paper Presentation
Captain Jack Stoney
Saturday, 3/1/03
9:30 – 10:50
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Technology and Pre-service and In-service Teachers
Facilitator: Connie J. S. Monroe - Mount St. Mary’s College
1.
Beliefs about Learning and Instruction and Technology in Primary and Upper Elementary
Teachers
Nicole J. Kurz - College of William and Mary
Robert D. Hannafin - College of William and Mary
2.
Pre-service Teachers’ Skills, Attitudes, and Technology Achievement
Paul Jones - Towson University
Leiping Liu - University of Nevada
Robert Wall - Towson University
3.
Teachers in the Trenches: Creating Virtual Environments in Teacher Education
Carolyn Talbert-Johnson - University of Dayton
Judith Oberlander - University of Dayton
4.
The Effects of Technology Training, Learning Styles, and Prior Computer Experience on
Elementary Education Pre-service Teachers’ Technology Attitudes
James Takacs - University of Michigan
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Session 76: Paper Presentation
Lords Proprietors
Saturday, 3/1/03
9:30 – 10:50
Division 2:
Measurement, Evaluation, Research, and Statistics
Session Title:
Evaluation Issues
Facilitator: John Fraas – Ashland University
1.
Developing Fidelity Measure Estimates: An Example for Evaluating a State-wide
Professional Development Model in Reading
James Salzman – Cleveland State University
Isadore Newman – The University of Akron
David Newman – The University of Akron
2.
Stakeholder Survey of an Alternative Educational Delivery System
Wendy Dickinson – University of South Florida
Bruce Hall – University of South Florida
Tanice Knopp – University of South Florida
3.
The Relationship of Poverty and Percent of Minorities to State NAEP Scores
Stuart Smith – Alfred University
Special Student Symposium
Woodward
Saturday, 3/1/03
9:30 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.
Facilitator: Roger Tesi – William Patterson University
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A Study of Highly Effective Teachers
Sonjia Yerovi - William Patterson University
2.
Field Trips Do Matter
Stephanie Pace - William Patterson University
3.
Are Caldecott Books Award Winning?
Donna Harris - William Patterson University
4.
Regular Education Teachers Views of Inclusion Practices
Marjorie Hanus - William Patterson University
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Session 77: Roundtable
Palmetto Room
Saturday, 3/1/03
9:30 – 10:50
Division 1:
Curriculum and Instruction
Session Title:
Language Arts Instruction
Table A
Facilitator: Grace S. Bass – Elon University
1.
A School/University Partnership to Determine Change in
Achievement, Attitude and Motivation of Second Graders
Grace S. Bass – Elon University
Table B
Facilitator: Elaine Roberts –State University of West Georgia
1.
Impact of Hypermedia Literacy Instruction on Preservice
Teachers’ Motivation and Self-Efficacy
Elaine Roberts –State University of West Georgia
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Session 78: Paper Presentation
Bayleys Baroney
Saturday, 3/1/03
11:00 – 12:20
Division 1:
Curriculum and Instruction
Session Title:
Student – Teacher Relationships
Facilitator: Roger Briscoe – Indiana University of Pennsylvania
1.
Relationship of Classroom Environment to Growth in Critical
Thinking in First Year College Students
Judith Parker Ruland – University of Central Florida
2.
The Effects of Using Contingency Contract to Reduce Student Tardiness
Feng S. Din – Union College
3.
Trusting Relationships with Teachers and their Impact on
Struggling Writers in an Alternative Middle School
Kathleen Smith-McIlwain – Downtown Middle School
4.
In Their Own Words: How High School Students Describe Their Best Classes
Janine Certo – Virginia Commonwealth University
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Session 79: Paper Presentation
Fairfield
Saturday, 3/1/03
11:00 – 12:20
Division 10:
Educational Psychology
SIG:
Creativity and Problem Solving
Session Title:
On-line Masters II
Facilitator: Richard E. Ripple – Cornell University
1.
Adapting an American Online Graduate Program to Malawi
Simeon Gwayi – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Mapopa Sanga – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Paxton Zozie – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
2.
A Case Study of Distance Learning in Turkey
Murat Cinar – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Harun Yilmaz – Virginia Polytechnic Institute
3.
Creative Perception in Preservice Teachers and Its Relationship to Supporting
Creative Characteristics in Students
James Reffel – Valdosta State University
4.
The Relationship of Efficacy, Self-Esteem, and Problem Solving Attitude to
“Ordinary Creativity” Among a Hong Kong Chinese Sample
Jeanne E. Jenkins – John Carroll University
Yue Xiaodong – City University, Hong Kong
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Session 80: Paper Presentation
Ballroom G
Saturday, 3/1/03
11:00 – 12:20
Division 12:
Educational Technology
Session Title:
Technology as Support Systems
Facilitator: Nancy Kaplan - Hofstra University
1.
Revisiting the Web Page Accessibility Issue: Are Colleges and Universities Making
Their Sites Available to People with Disabilities?
Robert Perkins - College of Charleston
Kara Tison - College of Charleston
2.
Faculty Perceptions of the Role of Technology in Higher Education
Connie J. S. Monroe - Mount St. Mary’s College
3.
Increasing Faculty Use of a Web-Based Course Management System
Sherri K. Leyden - West Virginia University
David J. Ayersman - West Virginia University
4.
Instructional Technologist as “Coach”: Serving Technology Integration Needs of
Teachers
William A. Sugar - East Carolina University
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Session 81: Paper Presentation
Ballroom H
Saturday, 3/1/03
11:00 – 12:20
Division 2:
Measurement, Evaluation, Research & Statistics
Session Title:
Statistical Method Concerns and Assessment
Chair and Discussant: Aimee Thomas – The University of Akron
1.
The Relationship of Psychosocial Variable in a Child and Adolescent Weight
Reduction Program: An Investigation of Six Years of Data
David Newman - The University of Akron and Children’s Hospital of Akron
Phillip Buckenmeyer - The University of Akron and Children’s Hospital of Akron
Garth Schoffman - The University of Akron and Children’s Hospital of Akron
MaryJo MacCracken - The University of Akron and Children’s Hospital of Akron
Bonna Sullivan - The University of Akron and Children’s Hospital of Akron
Kelly Morring - The University of Akron and Children’s Hospital of Akron
Cindy Bennett - The University of Akron and Children’s Hospital of Akron
J. Congeni - The University of Akron and Children’s Hospital of Akron
2.
Personality in the Schools
James Schuerger – Cleveland State University
3.
The Necessity of Considering Interaction When Testing Family Therapy Models: An
Example Avoiding a Type Six Error
Beth Rogerson – The University of Akron
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Session 82: Paper Presentation
Ballroom I
Saturday, 3/1/03
11:00 – 12:20
Division 14:
Urban Education
SIG:
Minority Curriculum
Session Title:
Understanding K-12 Learners in Urban Settings
Facilitator: Charmaine D. Johnson – Detroit Public Schools
1.
Creating Cultures of Accomplishment
David Strahan – University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Anita Ware – University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
2.
Home Literacy Practices of Low-Income Haitian American, Jamaican American, and
Cuban American Families with their First Grade Children
Lydia Barza – University of Miami
3.
Exploring Curricular and Community Activities to Increase Math Achievement and
Career Awareness Among Minority High School Students
Raymond L. Paquin – Bryant College
Bernard Blumenthal - Bryant College
Session 83: Meeting
Captain Jack Stoney
Saturday, 3/1/03
11:00 – 12:20
Division 13:
Teacher Education
Session Title:
Business Meeting
Facilitator: Margaret A. Moore-Hart - Eastern Michigan University
All EERA members interested in teacher induction may attend.
Thank You for Attending the Conference
Hope to See You Next Year in Clearwater, FL
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INDEX OF SESSIONS ACCORDING TO DIVISIONS
Division 1: Curriculum & Instruction
26, 77, 78
Division 2: Measurement, Evaluation, Research, & Statistics
6, 24, 30, 42, 52, 57, 70, 76, 81, 82
Division 3: Human Development
1, 12, 29, 35, 38, 46, 59, 65, 74,
Division 4: Educational Management
4, 11, 48, 54, 55, 66
Division 5: Affective Education
14, 50
Division 6: Social Context of Education
15, 27, 33, 36, 39, 45, 53, 61
Division 7: Health Services Education
35
Division 8: Special Populations
7, 25, 44, 47
Division 9: Professional Development
5, 18, 40, 63, 67, 71
Division 10: Educational Psychology
17, 21, 34, 37, 56, 64, 73, 79
Division 11: Clinical and Counseling Psychology
22
Division 12: Education & Technology
2, 13, 23, 31, 41, 51, 60, 69, 75, 80
Division 13: Teacher Education
10, 19, 32, 49, 53, 58, 83
Division 14: Urban Education
3, 20, 28, 62, 72, 82
Division 15: Qualitative Research
16, 68
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INDEX OF SESSIONS ACCORDING TO SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP
Children and Adults with Disabilities
7, 25
Creativity & Problem Solving
79
Early Childhood Education
1
Educational Politics & Policy
4
Ethics in Education
36, 45
Faculty Development
66
International & Global Issues
47
Issues in Higher Education
5, 18, 63, 71
Law and Education
39
Minority Curriculum
3, 28, 62, 82
Moral & Spiritual Formation in Education
59, 74
Professional Development Schools
10, 53
Research Ethics
53, 61
School Climate
14
Self Concept
50
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INDEX OF PRESENTERS AND SESSION NUMBERS
A
Abder, P., 72
Amiel, T., 21, 73
Aquila, F., 52
Ayersman, D., 80
B
Baldwin, R., 30
Ballantyne, S., 48
Bands, K., 67
Banerjee, T., 41
Barksdale, M. A., 44
Barza, L., 82
Bass, G. S., 77
Bebell, D., 2
Benjamin, W., 11
Bennett, C., 81
Beno, E., 42
Bercik, J., 49
Berkowitz, M., 70
Berry, J., 48, 54
Beyerbach, B., 62, 72
Bhattacharya, K., 51
Biggs, D., 9, 18
Bishop, L., 36
Blake, C., 67
Blumenthal, B., 82
Blunt-White, C., 72
Bodnovivh, K., 1
Boebel, K., 42
Bogart, V., 1
Bower, W. S., 32, 49
Boyle, M. T., 72
Bradley, C., 40
Briscoe, R., 5
Brooks, V., 33
Brogan, B., 7, 39
Brown, L., 4, 11, 71
Buckenmeyer, P., 81
Bulach, C., 14
Burgett, C., 13, 23
Burson, K., 70
Burton, J., 21
C
Cai, S., 24
Campbell, J., 48, 67
Cao, L., 17
Carifio, J., 11, 34
Caropreso, E. K., 48, 64
Cassil, K., 42
Certo, J., 49, 78
Chan, E., 28
Charlesworth, J., 22
Cicchelli, T., 26, 36
Cinar, M., 79
Clark, S., 24
Clements, A. D., 53
Cockrell, S., 48
Cole, L., 35
Collins, S., 53
Congeni, J., 81
Copenhaver, B., 68
Cornelius, L., 30, 39
Coslett, J., 7
Cramer, E., 47
Cravcenco, L., 47
Croft, R. S., 64
Cunningham, L., 52
Cutler, M., 25
D
Daily, E. M., 13
Daly, C., J., 5
Dayton, J., 4
Dee, J. R., 5, 54
Derick, R., 40
Derk, A., 40
DellaVecchia, R., 46, 59
DellaVecchia, S., 38, 46
Dickinson, W., 76
DiFeliciantonio, C. D., 21
Dika, S., 15
Din, F. S., 4, 78
Dischner, N., 16
Dokes-Brown, M., 58
Downs, E., 51
Dornisch, M., 17
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Draper, M. C., 49
Duplechain, R., 58
Dwyer, F., 56
E
Edwards, T., 14
Egley, R., 11, 55
Ericson, J., 65
Ernst, D., 4
Evans, J., 7
Evans, L., 16, 19, 68
Evans, W., 3
F
Fairchild-Pierce, J. E., 71
Farrell, P., 53
Ferron, J., 40
Fewester, D., 38
Fields, L., 55
Finn, M., 67
Fraas, J., 57, 76
Froman, L., 29
G
Gantner, M., 74
Gasparich, G., 35
Gellman, E., 70
Glorioso, A., 42
Glusovich, K., 62
Goldstein, E., 72
Gonzalez, M., 39
Goodson, K., 42
Gordon, H., 25, 44
Grabner, A., 38
Gresham, G., 14
Grezlik, A., 42
Griswold, P., 52
Guthrie, H., 6
Gwayi, S., 79
H
Havley, W., 7
Hall, B., 76
Halpin, D., 17,37
Halverson, B., 15
Hannafin, R. D., 31, 60, 75
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Harmes, C., 60
Harkcom, K., 42
Harst, W., 48
Hart, T., 59
Hawkins, R., 36
Hazlett, A., 7
Heiser, S., 24, 30, 70
Herrington, K., 24
Hinitz, B., 1
Henik, G., 13
Henkin, A., 5, 4, 66
Henkin, C. S., 5, 54
Hess, M., 40, 57
Hernandez, S. S., 13
Hite, C., 19
Hodge, D., 42
Hogan, M., 53
Hogarty, K., 40
Hollandsworth, R., 21
Hollenbeck, J., 51, 60
Holman, F., 54
Holmes, S., 15, 73
Huffaker, S., 35
Hughes, J., 36
Hunn, D., 52
I
Isaacs, T., 12
Ijames, E., 3
J
Jadallah, E., 47
Jenkins, Jeanne, 79
Jenkins, J. Kevin, 4
Jenkins, S. J., 51
Johnson, C., 12
Johnson, C., 3, 82
Johnson, S., 9
Johnstone, J. R., 67
Jones, B., 66
Jones, I., 1
Jones, P., 75
Jones, P. K., 60
Josephson, R., 6
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K
Kaiser, J., 43
Kalil, C., 53
Kaplan, N. F., 80
Kaporch, M. R., 71
Karper, C., 52
Katayama, A. D., 1
Katt, J., 52
Kazembe, M., 44
Kellogg, A., 37, 73
Kelly, P. P., 44
Kerlin, T. F., 59
Klein, T., 12
Klotz, J., 22
Knight, H., 16, 29, 68
Knopp, T., 76
Kobori, M., 27
Koro-Ljungberg, M., 68
Kosky, E. M., 72
Kretch, G., 42
Kromrey, J., 40, 57, 70
Kruse, S., 52
Kuhn, A. L., 41
Kurz, N., 75
L
Lang, T., 40
Laghton, J., 25
Lavach, J., 25, 47
Lee, C. Y., 52
Lee, D. M., 12, 46
Lee, E., 31
Leech, N., 52
Lemani, C. N., 41
Lenhart, L., 24
Lewin, V., 29
Leyden, S. K., 80
Li, J. G., 42
Lin, C. L., 56
Lin, S. Y., 23, 34, 41
Little, C. A., 26
Liu, H., 37
Liu, L., 75
Lockee, B., 21
Lockett, C., 28
Loving, K., 12
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Lucas, P., 12
Lynch, M., 14, 22, 50
M
MacCracken, M. J., 81
Madden, M., 10
Manley, R., 36, 45
Marcus, S., 36
Marsa, S., 72
Marshak, J., 22
Martin, G., 20
Mathis, D., 35
Maulding, W., 22
McArthur, A. H., 46
McDermott, M., 14
McDonald, K. K., 60
McDonough, M., 25
McGovern, M. W., 26
McKnight, M., 41
Michael, S. O., 33
Michel, G., 4, 47
Miller, A., 42
Miller, P., 54
Miller, M. T., 63, 71
Missildine, M. L., 17, 42, 56
Mitchem. K., 41
Mizell, J., 58
Mmela, E., 44
Monahan, E., 40
Monroe, C., 5,75, 80
Moore, M., 56
Moore-Hart, M. A., 19, 32, 83
Morel, E., 62
Morring, K., 81
Mulhorn, ,J., 71
Mumme, D., 15
Mumme, R., 15, 45
Murphy, R. A., 12
Murray, C. K., 19
N
Nalley, S., 74
Naylor, R., 55
Nelson, G., 63
Newman, C., 6, 32, 42
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Newman, D., 24, 76, 81
Newman, I., 6, 24, 76
Nicholson, K., 72
Nietfeld, J., 17
Niles, J., 44
O
Oberlander, J., 75
O’Dwyer, L., 2
Okay, K. S., 4
Onwuegbuzie, A., 52, 57
Orey, M., 21, 73
Overbaugh, R., 23
P
Packard, A., 73
Painter, L., 22
Palmer, B. M., 10
Paquin, R. L., 3, 26, 82
Parshall, C. G., 60
Parsons, D., 28, 62, 72
Perkins, R., 64
Perkins, R. F., 41, 80
Perla, R. J., 34
Perosa, L., 24
Petersen, W., 29, 74
Peterson, T., 59
Philadelphia, A., 42
Potter, K., 21, 37
Price, S., 71
Printy, S., 52
Proffitt, T., 29, 65
Puig, A., 16
Q
Quirk, M. P., 27
R
Ramus, S., 52
Ransome, M., 15
Rattan, G., 7
Rattan, T., 7
Reames, P., 71
Rearick, M., 58
Reed, W. M., 23, 69
Reffel, J., 79
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Rich, W., 55, 66
Rikard, L. A., 23, 31
Ripple, R., 79
Roberson, T., 22
Roberts, E., 77
Robertson, K., 1, 65
Robichauz, R., 17
Robinson, J., 42
Rodriguez, A. G., 1, 19
Rogerson, B., 81
Rosenthal, B., 72
Rosneck, J., 6
Ross, M., 42
Roughton, B., 54
Rudiger, C., 36
Ruland, J. P., 78
Russell, J., 30
Russell, M., 2
Russo, P., 62, 72
Ryan, C., 62
Ryan, T., 41
S
Saenz, K., 52
Salame, I., 72
Salzman, J., 24, 76
Sanderson, D. R., 49
Sanga, M., 79
Savarese, J., 46
Scheffer, J., 3
Schoffman, G., 81
Schuerger, J., 81
Schvartz, G., 42
Schweiker-Marra, K. E., 32
Shannon, D. M., 17
Shapiro, A., 11, 48, 54
Shapiro, S., 11
Shipman, V., 61
Shore, W., 52
Simmons, S., 56
Singh, K., 15, 34, 45
Slighter, A., 72
Smith, J., 5, 16, 68
Smith, S., 28, 76
Smith-McIlwain, K., 78
Speranza, L., 52
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Sperling, R., 17
Song, L., 31, 51
Soares, A. T., 58, 64
Soares, L. M., 58, 64
Sottile Jr., J. M., 12, 65
Stover, L., 42
Strahan, D., 82
Strax, C., 7, 50
Strax, M., 7, 33, 50
Steele, L., 26
Stull, J., 1
Sturm, D., 20
Sugar, W., 60, 80
Sullivan, B., 81
Sykora, K., 42
T
Takacs, J., 23, 75
Talbert-Johnson, C., 20, 62, 75
Tarrant, M., 51
Tatum, S., 45
Taylor, T., 17
Taylor-Dunlop, K., 36, 45
Taylor-Sims, M. A., 42
Thomas, A., 6, 52, 81
Thomas, S. L., 28
Thorton, H., 20
Tillman, B., 20
Tison, K., 80
Tlou, J., 44
Trapp, M. A., 29
Trenta, L., 24, 42, 52
Turnipseed, L., 42
Twale, D. J., 7, 63, 71
V
Valente, S., 24
Vermillion, J. R., 31
VonEschenbach, J., 33
Vreeland, D., 15
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W
Waczkowski, C., 39
Waechter, D., 6, 30
Waechter, T., 30
Wall, R., 41, 75
Warash, B., 1
Ware, A., 20, 82
Washington, V., 72
Watson, F., 40, 70
Weiner, M., 36
Weitz, E., 72
Weldon, B., 44
Wells, D. L., 41
Wells, J. G., 40, 41
West, R., 1
Wetherill, K., 54
Whelan, R. R., 51
Whitt, G., 37, 56
White, B., 55
White, D. A., 3
Wilbands, J., 24
Williams, R., 54
Williford, T., 15, 33
Wilson, P., 62
Winterton, S., 57
Withers, D. C., 28
Witta, E. L., 52
Wizer, D., 41
Wood, C., 71
Wright, R., 70
Wynn, J., 42
X
Xiaodong, Y., 79
Y
Yeager, J. L., 63
Yilmaz, H., 79
Z
Zin, T. T., 34
Zozie, P., 79
Zydney, J. M., 51
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DIRECTORY OF PRESENTERS
This directory was created from disks that were submitted to the program chair by Division Directors
Pam Abder
New York University
239 Greene Street-637 East Building
New York, NY 10012
Grace S. Bass
Elon University
CB2105
Elon, NC 27244
T. McClendon Amiel
The University of Georgia
Department of Instructional Technology
607 Aderhold Hall
Athens, GA 30602-7144
Damian Bebell
332 Campion Hall
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA, 02467
Frank Aquila
Cleveland State University
191 Winchester Road
Fairlawn, OH 44333
David J. Ayersman
Mary Washington College
1301 College Avenue
Fredericksburg, VA. 22401-5358
Rhonda Baldwin
State University of West Georgia
8950 Edinburgh Drive
Winston, GA 30187
Kathleen C. Bands
Hood College
401 Rosemont Avenue
Frederick, MD 21701
Tammy Banerjee
Department of Reading, Special Education,
and Instructional Technology
College of Education
Towson University
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Mary Alice Barksdale
Virginia Tech
314 War Memorial Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061
Lydia Barza
School of Education
Post Office Box 248065
University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL 33124
90
Elaine Beno
Nordonia City Schools
Nordonia, OH 44067
Janet T. Bercik
Northeastern Illinois University
1521 Lake Avenue
Whiting, IN 46374
Mina Berkowitz
Long Island University
Brooklyn Campus
7 Est 14th Street
New York, NY 10003
Barbara Beyerbach
Oswego State University
Curriculum and Instruction
Oswego, NY 13126
Kakali Bhattacharya
University of Georgia
Educational Psychology
Aderhold Hall, Room 629
Athens, GA 30602
Chris Blake
Knott Academic Center
Mount St. Mary’s College
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Bernard Blumenthal
C/O RIEAC
Bryant College
1150 Douglas Pike
Smithfield, RI 02917-1284
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Carol Blunt-White
New York State K-16 Alliance
7509 Antoinette Court
Schnectady, NY 12303
Philip Buckenmeyer
SUMMA
55 Arch Street
Akron, OH 44067
Kelly Boebel
Nordonia City Schools
Nordonia, OH 44067
Clete Bulach
Professional Development and Assessment Center
7256 Confederate Lane
Villa Rica, GA 30180
Vada Bogart
East Tennessee State University
Pittman Center Road
Sevierville, TN 37876
Melanie Bold
Virginia Polytehnic Inst. & State University
Suite 316
Blacksvurg, VA 24061-0316
W. Scott Bower
West Virginia University
PO Box 6122-602 Allen Hall
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Margaret T. Boyle
Center for Urban Education
Pace University – Park Row
New York, NY 10038
Susan Bracken
Pennsylvania State University
1020 Back Road
Allenwood, PA 17810
Carla Bradley
UNC Charlotte
Counseling, Special Education
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223
Letty Bridges
State University of West Georgia
245 Education Annex
Carrollton, GA 30118
Cecil Burgett
Old Dominion University
617 Raff Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Kathy Burson
Middletown Area School District
400 Alison Avenue
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
John Burton
Virginia Polytechnic Inst. & State Univ.
220 War Memorial Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0313
Sean Cai
Zook Hall
University of Akron
Akron, OH 44325
Jack Campbell
Mount St. Mary’s College
16300 Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Li Cao
CEP State University of West Georgia
1600 Maple St.
Carrollton, GA 30118
James Carifio
255 Princeton St.
N. Chelmsford, MA 01863
Karen Probst
Fordham University
113 West 60th Street
New York, NY 10023
Edward K. Caropreso
Watson School of Education
UNCW
601 South College Rd.
Wilmington, NC 28903
Lisa Brown
University of Dayton
300 College Parkway
Dayton, OH 45469-0530
Kathy Cassil
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
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Janine Certo
Virginia Commonwealth University
Academic Campus
Oliver Hall, 1st Floor
1015 West Main Street
PO Box 842020
Richmond, Virginia 23284-2020
Eva Chan
Institutional Research
Medgar Evers College, CUNY
1650 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225
John Charlesworth
State University of West Georgia
Dept. of Counseling & Ed Psychology
Carrollton, GA 30126
Murat Cinar
220 War Memorial Hall
Education Technology Lab
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0313
Susan Clark
Zook Hall
University of Akron
Akron, OH 44325
Andrea D. Clements
East Tennessee State University
Box 70548
Johnson City, TN 37614
Susan Collins
Mount St. Mary’s College
Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
J. Congeni
SUMMA
55 Arch Street
Akron, OH 443304
Bonnie Copenhaver
Mountain Empire Community College
Big Stone Gap, VA
Luke Cornelius
State University of West Georgia
Education Annex-149, ELPS
Carrollton, GA 30118-5160
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Elizabeth Cramer
Florida International University
University Park ZEB 242 A
Miami, FL 33199
Ludmila Cravcenco
Kent State University
91121 Ranch Road #1301
Streetsboro, OH 44241
Richard S. Croft
Eastern Oregon University
School of Arts & Sciences
LH 228
LaGrande, OR 97850
Michelle Cutler
University of Georgia
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Athens, GA 30602-7152
Evelyn M. Dailey
Towson University
Dept. of Reading, Special Education, & Technology
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
Cheryl J. Daly
University of Massachusetts Boston
Boston, MA 02125
Robert Dedrick
University of South Florida
4202 Foller Ave.
Tampa, FL 33620
Jay R. Dee
GCOE
University of Massachusetts Boston
Boston, MA 02125
Angela Derk
215 Hampton Rd.
Fairmont, WV 26554
Roxana DellaVecchia
College of Education
Towson University
8000 York Rd.
Towson, MD 21252
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Sam DellaVecchia
Towson University-College of Education
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
Linda Evans
University of South Florida
3433 Winter Lake Road
Lakeland, FL 33803
Wendy Dickinson
University of South Florida
4202 East Fowler
Tampa, FL 33620
William Evans
Laboratory of Student Success
Temple University
2331 Pennsylvania Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Christine D. DiFeliciantonio
Georgia State University
109 Ashling Dr.
LaGrange, GA 30240
Feng S. Din
Union College
310 College Street
Barbourville, KY 40906
Nancy Dishner
East Tennessee State University
PO Box 70685
Johnson City, TN 37614
Elizabeth Downs
P.O. Box 8131
College of Education
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30460
Mary C. Draper
Spurgeon Baptist Bible College
4440 Spurgeon Dr.
Mulberry, FL 33860
Rosalind Duplechain
State University of West Georgia
Education Annex Room 214
Carrollton, GA 30118
Francis Dwyer
The Pennsylvania State University
310 B Keller Building
University Park, PA 16803
Tasneem Edwards
Marshall & West Virginia Universities
233 Bradley Street
Morgantown, WV 26505
Joann Ericson
Maryland State Department of Education
Office of Certification
200 W. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-2595
Jennifer E. Fairchild-Pierce
Georgia State University
3114 Leeland Rd.
Decatur, GA 30032
Patricia Farrell
Mount St. Mary’s College
Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
John Ferron
University of South Florida
4202 Foller Ave.
Tampa, FL 33620
Darlene Fewster
Towson University
College of Education
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Marie E. Finn
Hood College
401 Rosemont Ave
Frederick, MD 21701
John Fraas
Ashland University
401 College Avenue
Ashland, OH 44805
Larry Froman
Towson University
Department of Psychology
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Myrna Gantner
State University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118
Estelle Gellman
CRSR Department, 212 Mason Hall
124 Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY 11549
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Alecia Glorioso
Nordonia City Schools
Nordonia, OH 44067
Kelly Glusovich
Corlears JHS 56
220 Henry Street
New York, NY 10002
Ellen Goldstein
Center for Teaching and Learning
NAC 5/302
City College of New York
138th Street and Covent Avenue
New York, NY 100031
Myrka Gonzalez
104 Monroe Ave.
Patchogue, NY 11772
Kathy Goodson
Nordonia City Schools
Nordonia, OH 44067
Howard Gordon
Marshall University
One John Marshall Drive
Dept. ATE (434 HH)
Huntington, WV 25755
Amy Grabner
Essex Elementary School
100 Mace Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21221
Gina Gresham
State University of West Georgia
College of Education-244 Education Annex
Carrollton, GA 30118-5110
Amy Grezlik
Nordonia City Schools
Nordonia, OH 44067
Philip Griswold
East Stroudsberg University
Hilton Head, SC
David Halpin
220 War Memorial Hall
Education Technology Lab
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0313
Robert D. Hannafin
College of William and Mary
PO Box 8795
Williamsburg VA 23187-8795
Christine Harmes
University of South Florida
College of Education
4202 E. Fowler Ave.
Tampa, Fl 33620-5650
Kelly Harkcom
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
Karen Herrington
University of Akron
Zook Hall 210
Akron, OH 44325
Tobin Hart
Department of Psychology
State University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118
Susan Heiser
University of Akron
Zook Hall
Akron, OH 44325
Blythe Hinitz
The College of New Jersey
P.O. Box 348
Feasterville, PA 19053-0348
George Henik
Suite 300, East Building
New York University
239 Greene Street
New York, New York 1003
Heather Guthrie
University of Akron
Carroll Hall
Akron, OH 44325
Carole Singleton Henkin
University of Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls, IA 50614
Bruce Hall
University of South Florida
4202 East Fowler
Tampa, FL 33620
Melinda Hess
University of South Florida
4202 Foller Ave.
Tampa, FL 33620
94
EERA 2003
Hilton Head, SC
Sylvia Sepulveda Hernandez
New York University
9 Rovitz Place
New Hempstead, NY 10977
Jeanne E. Jenkins
John Carroll University
20700 North Park Blvd.
University Heights, OH 44118
Clare E. Hite
University of South Florida
3433 Winter Lake Rd.
Lakeland, FL 33803
Stephen J. Jenkins
P.O. Box 8144
College of Education
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30460
David Hodge
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
Margaret Hogan
Mount St. Mary’s College
Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Kristine Hogarty
University of South Florida
4202 Foller Ave.
Tampa, FL 33620
John Hollenbeck
Darden College of Education
Room 165-2
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529-0161
Diana Hunn
University of Dayton
272 Napolea Drive
Dayton, OH 45429
Eriks Ijames
Cobb County Public Schools
1920 Clay Road
Austell, GA 30106
Thelma Isaacs
Marshall University
Jenkins Hall 132
1 John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755-2480
Edward Jadallah
University of Maine
5766 Shibles Hall
Orono, ME 04469
Erika Ijames
Cobb County Public Schools
Carl Johnson
Marshall University
119 Jenkins Hall
1 John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755
Charmaine D. Johnson
Detroit Public School
Wayne County Community College
8251 Pinehurst
Detroit, Michigan 48204
Judy R. Johnstone
Mount St. Mary’s College
16300 old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Tampa, FL 33620-5650
Paul Jones
Towson State University
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Peggy K. Jones
University of South Florida
6232 Savannah Breeze Ct., #302
Tampa, FL 33625
Richard Josephson, MD
SUMMA
55 Arch Street
Akron, OH 44304
Colette Kalil
Mount St. Mary’s College
Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Nancy F. Kaplan
123 Dempster Hall
School of Communication
Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY 11549
95
EERA 2003
Moya R. Kaporch
Holy Family College
Philadelphia, PA
Chris Karper
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32816
Andrew D. Katayama
HQ USAFA/DFBL
2354 Fairchild Drive 6LLL101B
USAF Academy, CO 80840-6228
Jim Katt
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32816
Manuel Kazembe
1826 Grayland Street, Apt 6
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Amy Kellogg
220 War Memorial Hall
Virginia Tech - Education Technology Lab
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0313
Hilton Head, SC
Mirka Koro-Ljungberg
University of Florida
1414 Norman Hall
PO Box 117047
Gainesville, FL 32611-7047
Elizabeth M. Kosky
Graduate Education Programs
Manhattan College
Riverdale, NY 10471
Goksu Kretch
Nordonia City Schools
Nordonia, OH 44067
Jeffrey Kromrey
The University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave. EDU 162
Tampa, FL 33620
Sharon Kruse
University of Akron
Zook Hall 301
Akron, OH 44325-4208
Patricia Proudfoot Kelly
Virginia Tech
225 War Memorial Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061
Amy L. Kuhn
West Virginia University
TREK-21, Advanced Educational Studies
PO Box 6122
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Timothy F. Kerlin
Wright State University
490 Allyn Hall
Dayton, OH 45459
Nicole Kurz
College of William and Mary
2511 Lakefield Mews CT Apt D
Richmond, VA 23231
Thomas Klein
Marshall University
Jenkins Hall 132
1 John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755-2480
Thomas Lang
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave., EDU 162
Tampa, FL 33620-5650
Jack Klotz
University of Central Arkansas
Conway, AR 72035-0001
Hal Knight
East Tennessee State University
PO Box 70685
Johnson City, TN 37614
Tanice Knopp
University of South Florida
4202 East Fowler
Tampa, FL 33620
96
Joan Laughton
University of Georgia
Department of Communication Sciences and
Disorders
Athens, GA 30602-7152
John Lavach
School Psychology Program
School of Education
College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, VA 23185
EERA 2003
Chen-Yuan Lee
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32816
Diane M. Lee
University of Maryland/Baltimore County
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD 21250
Euikil Lee
SUNY—Albany
20C Old Hickory Dr., #2A
Albany, NY 12204
Nancy Leech
University of Colorado at Denver
School of Education
Campus Box 106
Denver, CO 80217
Chifundo N. Lemani
West Virginia University
TREK-21, Advanced Educational Studies
PO Box 6122
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Lisa Lenhart
Zook Hall
University of Akron
Akron, OH 44325
Sherri K. Leyden
West Virginia University
Colson Hall G40, PO Box 6801
Instructional Technology Resource Center
Morgantown, WV 26506-6801
Jiunn-Ger Li
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
ShinYi Lin
Old Dominion University
4607 Hampton Blvd.
Norfolk, VA 23529
Catherine A. Little
The College of William and Mary
Post Office Box 8795
Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795
Hilton Head, SC
Hope Liu
220 War Memorial Hall
Education Technology Lab
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0313
Leping Liu
Towson University
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
Barbara Lockee
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ.
220 War Memorial Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0313
Charles Lockett
School of Psychology
MSC 7401
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
Kara Loving
143 Kelly Drive
Barboursville, WV 25504
Paula Lucas
Marshall University
119 Jenkins Hall
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755-2480
Mervin Lynch
Northeastern University
School of Education - 54 Lake Hall
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Mary Jo MacCracken
SUMMA
55 Arch Street
Akron, OH 44304
Maggie Madden
Program Approval Specialist
Maryland State Department of Education
200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Sue Marsa
Department of Curriculum and Teaching
Room W1106
Hunter College
New York, NY 10021-5085
97
EERA 2003
John Marshak
SUNY-Cortland
Syracuse, NY 13203
Greg Martin
Federal Programs - Intermediate Unit 5
252 Waterford Street
Edinboro, PA 16412
Wanda Maulding
University of Southern Mississippi
Long Beach, MS 39560
Arnita Hicks McArthur
Towson University
College of Education
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
Morna McDermott
Towson University
5720 Calverton Street
Catonsville, MD 21228
Kathleen K. McDonald
College of William and Mary
PO Box 8795
Williamsburg VA 23187-8795
Michael McDonough
School of Education
College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, VA 23185
Martha W. McGovern
West Virginia University at Parkersburg
300 Campus Drive
Parkersburg, WV 26104
Kathleen Smith McIlwain
Downtown Middle School
2428 Hoyt Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Meg McKnight
College of Charleston
School of Education
Charleston, SC 29424
Steve O. Michael
College of Education
Kent State University
404 White Hall
Kent, OH 44242
98
Hilton Head, SC
Alan Miller
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
Michael T. Miller
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0071
Melanie L. Millildine
Auburn University
Educational Foundations, Leadership &
Technology
4036 Haley Center
Auburn University, AL 36830-9989
Katherine L. Mitchem
West Virginia University
Educational Theory and Practice
PO Box 6122
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Jill Mizell
State University of West Georgia
Education annex 240
Carrollton, GA 30118
Connie J. S. Monroe
Department of Education
Mount St. Mary’s College
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Edith Mmela
1803 Grayland Street, Apt 5
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Elizabeth Monahan
Mount St. Mary’s College
165300 Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Connie Monroe
Mount St. Mary’s College
16300 Old Emmitsburg Road
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Margaret A. Moore-Hart
Eastern Michigan University
314Q Porter Building
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Estela Morel
Corlears JHS 56
220 Henry Street
New York, NY 10002
EERA 2003
Kelly Morring
SUMMA
55 Arch Street
Akron, OH 44304
Jean Mulhorn
Wilberforce University
Wilberforce, OH
Roy I. Mumme
College of Education
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Blvd – South
Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565
Hilton Head, SC
John Nietfeld
State University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118
Linda M. Noble
New York University
School of Education
300 East Building
239 Greene Street
New York, NY 10003
Karen Nicholson
Education Department
Manhattan College
Riverdale, NY 10471
Ruth Ann Murphy
Marshall University
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755-2480
John Nietfeld
State University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118
C. Kenneth Murray
West Virginia University
604-D Allen Hall
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Jerome Niles
Virginia Tech
260 Wallace Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061
Sara Nalley
Vaughan Elementary School
5950 Nichols Road
Powder Springs, GA 30127
Judith Oberlander
Institute for Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL)
The University of Dayton
300 College Park
Chaminade 202D
Glenn M. Nelson
University of Pittsburgh
5540 Posvar Hall
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Carole Newman
University of Akron
Zook Hall
Akron, OH 44325
David Newman
SUMMA
55 Arch Street
Akron, OH 44304
Dianna Newman
Indian Quad B-7
University at Albany/SUNY
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12214
Isadore Newman
University of Akron
Zook Hall
Akron, OH 44325
Dayton, OH 45469-0525
Jerry Obiekwe
The University of Akron-Wayne College
P.O. Box 411
Orville, OH 44667
Laura O'Dwyer
332 Campion Hall
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA, 02467
Anthony Onwuegbuzie
School of Education
2441 Fourth Street
Washington, DC 20059
Michael Orey
The University of Georgia
Department of Instructional Technology
607 Aderhold Hall
Athens, GA 30602-7144
99
EERA 2003
Richard C. Overbaugh
Old Dominion University
159 Education
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529
Abbot L. Packard
Educational Leadership and Professional Studies
College of Education
143 Educational Annex
State University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118-5160
Linda Painter
State University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30126
Barbara Martin Palmer
Mount St. Mary’s College
104 Academic Center
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Raymond L. Paquin
C/O RIEAC
Bryant College
1150 Douglas Pike
Smithfield, RI 02917-1284
Cynthia G. Parshall
University of South Florida
College of Education
4202 E. Fowler Ave.
Tampa, Fl 33620-5650
Dennis Parsons
Curriculum & Instruction Department
Poucher Hall
SUNY Oswego
Oswego, NY 13126
Robert F. Perkins
College of Charleston
Charleston, SC 29424
Rocco J. Perla
University of Massachusetts Lowell
35 Academy Rd.
Leominster, MA 01453
Linda Perosa
Zook Hall
University of Akron
Akron, OH 44325
100
Hilton Head, SC
Wesley Petersen
Mayo Clinic Cancer Center
200 1st St., SW
Rochester, MN 55905
Thomas Peterson
University of West Georgia
Educational Leadership & Professional Studies
Carrollton, GA 30118
Anthony Philadelphia
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
Gerald L. Points
University of North Carolina - Wilmington
Department of Specialty Studies
601 South College Rd.
Wilmington, ND 28403-5980
Ken Potter
220 War Memorial Hall
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ.
Blacksburg, VA 240061-0313
Susan Price
College of Medical Arts
Dayton, OH 45469-0530
Susan Printy
Michigan State University
Michigan
Thomas Proffitt
Towson University-College of Education
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Ana Puig
University of Florida
1215 Norman Hall
PO Box 117046
Gainesville, FL 32611-7046
Matthew P. Quirk
University of Georgia
136 Grady Avenue-APT D6
Athens, GA 30601
Scott Ramus
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32816
EERA 2003
Paula Reames
Kettering College of Medical Arts
Dayton, OH 45469-0530
Hilton Head, SC
Bill Rosenthal
Department of Curriculum and Teaching
Hunter College - Room W1102
New York, NY 10021-5085
Mary Rearick
Department of Teacher Education
Eastern Michigan University
314 Porter Building
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Jim Rosneck
SUMMA
55 Arch Street
Akron, OH 44304
W. Michael Reed
New York University-305 East Building
239 Greene Street
New York, NY 10003
Margaret Ross
4036 Haley Center
Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849-5221
James Reffel
Valdosta State University
Department of Psychology & Counseling
1500 North Patterson St.
Valdosta, GA 31698-0100
Judith Parker Ruland
College of Health & Public Affairs
University of Central Florida
Post Office Box 162210
Orlando, FL 32816-2210
Lee Ann Rikard
145 Education
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529
Jeffrey Russell
Ashland University
103 Gill Center
Economics Department
Ashland, OH 44805
Thelma Roberson
University of Southern Mississippi
Hattiesburg, MS
Karen Robertson
Towson University
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
Rebecca Robichauz
Auburn University-4036 Haley Center
Educational Foundations, Leadership &
Technology
Auburn University, AL 36830-9989
Jan Robinson
Nordonia City Schools
Nordonia, OH 44067
Michael Russell
332 Campion Hall
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA, 02467
Pat Russo
Curriculum & Instruction Department
Poucher Hall
SUNY Oswego
Oswego, NY 13126
Colleen Ryan
Project SMART
217 Swetman Hall
SUNY Oswego
Oswego, NY 13126
Ana Gloria Rodriguez and
The Task Force Assessment Subcommittee
West Virginia University
P.O. Box 6122, Allen Hall
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Tricia Ryan
Towson University
College of Education
Department of Reading, Special Education, and Instructional
Technology
Towson, Maryland 21252
Beth Rogerson
University of Akron
8261 Bradfords Gate
Olmsted Falls, OH 44138
Karen Saenz
University of Central Florida
Post Office Box 162210
Orlando, FL 32816
101
EERA 2003
Issa Salame
Center for Teaching and Learning
NAC 5/302
City College of New York
138th Street & Convent Avenue
New York, NY 100311
James Salzman
Cleveland State University
Cleveland, OH 44120
Donna R. Sanderson
West Chester University
25 Pickwick Lane
Malvern, PA 19355
Jim Scheffer
Division of Federal Programs
Pennsylvania Department of Education
33 Market Street
Harrisburg, PA
Garth Schoffman
SUMMA
55 Arch Street
Akron, OH 44304
James Schuerger
Cleveland State University
13900 Shaker Boulevard, # 910
Cleveland, OH 44120
Hilton Head, SC
Kusum Singh
315 E. Eggleston
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0302
Alsan Slighter
Nw York State Education Department
Albany, NY
Joshua Smith
Advisement Service Center
University at Albany
ASC/US Li-36
Albany, NY 12222
Stuart Smith
Alfred University
55 Pine Hill Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Linda Speranza
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32816
Liyan Song
604 Aderhold Hall
Dept. of Instructional Technology
College of Education
The University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
Gennell Schvartz
Nordonia City Schools
Nordonia, OH 44067
Anthony T. Soares
University of Bridgeport
111 Teeter Rock Rd.
Trumbull, CT 06611
Karyn E. Schweiker-Marra
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 221532-1099
Louise M. Soares
University of New Haven
111 Teeter Rock Rd.
Trumbull, CT 06611
David M. Shannon
Auburn University
Educational Foundations, Leadership & Technology
4036 Haley Center
Auburn University, AL 36849-5221
James M. Sottile, Jr.
Marshall University
Jenkins Hall 119
1 John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755-2480
Wendy Shore
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32816
Laura Steele
West Virginia University
385 Dillie Street
Morgantown, WV 26505
Sarah Simmons
Roanoke College
221 College Lane
Salem, VA 24153
102
Leah Stover
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
EERA 2003
David Strahan
School of Education
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC 27402
Leah Stover
Auburn University.
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
David Strahan
School of Education
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC 27402
Marshall Strax
College of St. Elizabeth
2 Convent Road
Morristown, NJ 07960
Judith Stull
Temple University/Laboratory for Student Success
9th Floor, Ritter Annex, TUCRHDE
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Deborah Sturm
Union City Area School District
Union City, PA
William Sugar, Ph.D.
Program Director, Instructional Technology East
Carolina University
Department of Librarianship, Educational Technology &
Distance Instruction
116 Joyner East
Greenville, NC 27858
Bonna Sullivan
SUCCA
55 Arch Street
Akron, OH 44304
Kristen Sykora
Nordonia City Schools
Nordonia, OH 44067
James Takacs
University of Michigan-Dearborn
4901 Evergreen Road
School of Education #134
Dearborn, MI 48128-1491 USA
Hilton Head, SC
Carolyn Talbert-Johnson
The University of Dayton
300 College Park
228C Chaminade
Dayton, OH 45469-0525
Michael Tarrant
University of Georgia
Educational Psychology
Aderhold Hall, Room 629
Athens, GA 30605
Mary Ann Taylor-Sims
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
Toni Taylor
Auburn University
Educational Foundations, Leadership & Technology
4036 Haley Center
Auburn University, AL 36830-9989
Aimee Thomas
University of Akron - Carroll Hall
Akron, OH 44325
Sonya L. Thomas
Fort Valley State University
3383 Seaton Drive
Macon, GA 31204
Holly Thorton
333A Curry Building
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC 27402
Beverly Tillman
The University of Dayton
300 College Park
228C Chaminade
Dayton, OH 45469-0525
Kara Tison
College of Charleston
School of Education
Charleston, SC 29424
Josiah Tlou
Virginia Tech
319 War Memorial Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061
103
EERA 2003
Hilton Head, SC
Mary Alice Trapp
Mayo Clinic
200 First Street, SW
Rochester, MN 55905
Freda Watson
University of South Florida
4202 Foller Ave. EDU 348
Tampa, FL 33620
Louis Trenta
University of Akron
Zook Hall 301
Akron, OH 44325
Elliot Weitz
Early Childhood and Childhood Education
Carman Hall B-07
Lehman College, CUNY
250 Bedford Park Blvd. West
Bronx, NY 10468
Lexie Turnipseed
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
Darla J. Twale
University of Dayton-Counselor Education
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-0530
Jennifer R. Vermillion
College of William and Mary
2202 Richelieu Ave. # 3
Roanoke, VA 24014
Donna Waechter
SUMMA
41 Arch Street
Akron, OH 44304
Tom Waechter
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
4496 Lahn Drive
Akron, OH 44138
Robert Wall
Department of Reading, Special Education, and
Instructional Technology
College of Education
Towson University
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Anita Ware
Center for School Leadership Development
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Campus Box 3335
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3335
Valerie Washington
Early Childhood and Childhood Education
Carman Hall B-07
Lehman College, CUNY
250 Bedford Park Blvd. West
Bronx, NY 10468
104
Bracie Weldon
8335 Four World Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45321
Deborah L. Wells
West Virginia University
TREK-21, Advanced Educational Studies
PO Box 6122
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
John G. Wells
West Virginia University
TREK-21, Advanced Educational Studies
PO Box 6122
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Russel West
East Tennessee State University
Pittman Center Road
Seiverville, TN 37876
Karen Wetherill
Dean, School of Education
601 South College Rd.
Wilmington, NC 28403-5980
Robert R. Whelan
New York University
Suite 300, East Building
239 Greene St.
New York, New York 10003
Doris A. White
Division of Teacher Education
Virginia Commonwealth University
1010 Main Street
Richmond, VA 23284
Gary Whitt
Roanoke College
221 College Lane
Salem, VA 24153
EERA 2003
Jaci Wilbands
Sally Winterton
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
15 Cambridge Road
Downington, PA 19335
Patty Wilson
Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Middle School
NY
Doris C. Withers
Medgar Evers College, CUNY
1650 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225
Hilton Head, SC
Yue Ziaodong
City University
Hong Kong
Tan Tan Zin
315 E. Eggleston
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0302
Janet Mannheimer Zydney
New York University
35 Eastern Pkwy Apt. 6D
Brooklyn, NY 11238
E. Lea Witta
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32816
David Wizer
Department of Reading, Special Education, and
Instructional Technology
College of Education
Towson University
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Cheryl Wood
University of Dayton
300 College Parkway
Dayton, OH 45469-0530
Bob Wright
Widener University
One University Place
Center for Education
Chester, PA 19013
Jennifer Wynn
Auburn University
4036 Haley Center
Auburn, AL 36849
John L. Yeager
5T 16WWPH
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Harun Yilmaz
220 War Memorial Hall
Education Technology Lab
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0313
105
EERA 2003
Additional Presenters:
Lloyd Bishop
Dowling College
Oakdale, NY
Valerie Brooks
College of Education
Kent State University
Kent, Ohio 44242
Terry Cicchelli
Fordham University
New York, NY
Luke Cornelius
State University of West Georgia
Carrolton, GA 30118
Jo Ann Coslett
Cumberland Valley School District
Cumberland, PA
Sandra Dika
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Blacksburg, VA 24061
James Evans
University of Dayton
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-0530
Myrka Gonzales
Dowling College
Oakdale, NY
Wanda Hadley
University of Dayton
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-0530
Bill Halverson
College of Education
Western Oregon University
Monmouth, Oregon 97361
MarjorieHanus
William Patterson University
Donna Harris
William Patterson University
Richard Hawkins
Superintendent of Schools
William Floyd Public Schools
106
Hilton Head, SC
EERA 2003
Hilton Head, SC
Mastic Beach, NY
Ann Hazlett
Penn-Delco School District
95 Concord Road
Aston, PA 19014
Steve Holmes
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Blacksburg, VA 24061
Jonathan Hughes
St. John’s University
107 Long Fellow Lane
Port Jefferson, NY 11777
Maki Kobori
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
408-3 Grace Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
Robert Manley
Dowling College
Oakdale, NY
Sheldon Marcus
Fordham University
New York, NY
David Mumme
Medtronic-Xomed Medical Technologies
Stephanie Pace
William Patterson University
Deniz Palak
West Virginia University
Advanced Educational Studies
Technology Education Program
P.O. Box 6122
807 Allen Hall
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Myrna Ransome
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Blacksburg, VA 24061
Gurmal Rattan
Department of Educational and School Psychology
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, PA 15705-1087
Tina Rattan
Department of Educational and School Psychology
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, PA 15705-1087
107
EERA 2003
Elaine Roberts
State University of West Georgia
Maple Street
Carrollton, GA 30118
Charles Rudiger
Dowling College
Oakdale, NY
John Saverese
Dowling College
Oakdale, NY
Carol Strax
Dominican College
470 Western Highway
Orangeburg, NY 10962
Stephanie Tatum
Dowling College
Oakdale, NY
Korynne Taylor-Dunlop
Dowling College
Oakdale, NY
Roger Tesi
William Patterson University
Diane Vreeland
University of Georgia
Department of Adult Education
850 College Station Road
Athens, GA 30602
Catherine Waczkowski
Coweta County School System
Christine Weigandt
West Virginia University
Advanced Educational Studies
Technology Education Program
P.O. Box 6122
807 Allen Hall
Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Tommy Williford
University of Georgia
300-A Midway Road
Athens, GA 30605
Sonjia Yerovi
William Patterson University
108
Hilton Head, SC
EERA 2003
Hilton Head, SC
109
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