Join SRI Education at AERA 2022!

SRI Education researchers are excited share their work at the 2022 American Education Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting from April 21-26, 2022 in San Diego, CA.

Our work covers a range of topics: early childhood learning and development, disability and inclusion, multilingual learners, student behavior and well-being, teaching quality, digital learning, STEM and computer science, school and district reform, literacy and language arts, and college and career pathways. We believe diversity in our organization and project teams leads to better and more equitable research and technical assistance, resulting in improved outcomes for all.

Read on for a list of our sessions below. We look forward to seeing you at #AERA2022. Follow us on Twitter @SRI_Education.
Download a PDF of the list with locations of where to find us. (All times Pacific.)

Thursday, April 21

  • 8:00-9:30am: Automated Teacher Feedback From a Game-Based Formative Assessment Targeting Data Science Concepts (Satabdi Basu, Daisy Rutstein)
  • 9:45-11:15am: Implementing Next Generation Science Standards–Designed Curriculum Materials: Promising Results From an Efficacy Study (Daisy Rutstein)
  • 4:15-5:45pm: An Efficacy and Replication Study of Molly of Denali: Supporting the Use of Informational Text (Claire Christensen)

Saturday, April 23

  • 8:00-9:30am: Impacts and Implications for Remote Data Collection in High School Classrooms (Maddie Cincebeaux, Carl Sumi)
  • 8:00-9:30am: Lessons From Ready to Learn Research: The Molly of Denali Efficacy Study (Claire Christensen)
  • 11:30-1:00pm: Supporting Middle School Computer Science Teachers Using Standards-Aligned Educative Resources (Satabdi Basu, Arif Rachmatullah, Carol Tate, Daisy Rutstein)

Monday, April 25

  • 8:00-9:30am: The “Heart Work” of Extended Education: Utilizing Compassion Organizing to Understand Responses in COVID (Patrik Lundh)
  • 11:30-1:00pm: The Soft Realities of Hard Policies: A Systems Study of After-School Continuous Quality Improvement (Bowyee Gong, Mindy Hsiao, Patrik Lundh)
  • 11:30-1:00pm: Design and Methodology Issues in Learning-Based Assessments (Howard Everson)
  • 2:30-4:00pm: Developing a Formal Assessment of Transition Skills for Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities (Renee Cameto, Christopher Sanford)
  • 2:30-4:00pm: An Analysis of Factors Related to Receipt of Supports by Postsecondary English Learners With Disabilities (Lynn Newman)
  • 4:15-5:45pm: Exploring Middle School Students’ Interests in Computationally Intensive Science Careers: Computationally Intensive Science Career Interests Instrument Validation and Intervention (Arif Rachmatullah)

Tuesday, April 26

  • 11:30-1:00pm: Latent Transition Analysis for Intervention Students (Ryan Grimm)

*Note: many presentations listed are collaborative efforts with researchers from other institutions. Due to space constraints, only SRI Education staff
are listed.

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