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College of Education well-represented at annual AERA conference

Many University Park faculty and graduate students are authors or co-authors of papers being presented in symposia, paper sessions, roundtable sessions or poster sessions at the American Education Research Association (AERA) meeting April 13 to 17 in New York City.

AERA conference logo**Editor's note: Contributors are listed by date, in the order they appear in the AERA program. This list does not include session discussants, chairs or moderators.

The following University Park faculty and graduate students are authors or co-authors of papers being presented in symposia, paper sessions, roundtable sessions or poster sessions at the American Education Research Association (AERA) meeting April 13 to 17 in New York City:

Friday, April 13:

Executive Function Deficits in Kindergarten Predict Repeated Academic Difficulties Across Elementary School. Paul L. Morgan, The Pennsylvania State University; George Farkas, University of California - Irvine; Yangyang Wang, The Pennsylvania State University; Marianne Hillemeier, The Pennsylvania State University; Yoonkyung Oh, The Pennsylvania State University; Steven Maczuga, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Reciprocal Longitudinal Relations Between Externalizing and Internalizing Problems in Childhood. Yoonkyung Oh, The Pennsylvania State University; Mark T. Greenberg, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Failed Connections Between Psychological Principles and Use of Classroom Management Strategies. Huiqing (Helen) Hu, The Pennsylvania State University; Rayne A. Sperling, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

The Comprehensive Assessment of Leadership for Learning as a Predictor of Performance on Accountability Measures. Jason Salisbury, University of Illinois at Chicago; Marsha E. Modeste, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Characterizing Super-Posters in a MOOC for Teachers' Professional Development. Fernanda Cesar Bonafini, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

The Rural Turn: Principal Stability Across Geographic Locale. Andrew Pendola, The Pennsylvania State University; Ed Fuller, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Teaching in the Time of Testing and Technology: An Ethnographic Approach. Kathryn M. Bateman, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

The Picturebook Project: Addressing Tensions in a Micro/Ethnographically Informed Case Study. Laura Anne Hudock, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

Preferences, Proximity, and Controlled Choice: Examining Families' School Choices and Enrollment Decisions in Louisville, Kentucky. Erica Frankenberg, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

"We're the Kids Nobody Wants": Navigating Discourses of Failure in an Alternative High School. Hilario Junior Lomeli, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Using Educational Data Mining to Explore Time Dimensions of Participation in Online Learning. Hengtao Tang, The Pennsylvania State University; Wanli Xing, Texas Tech University, paper session.

From Students to Democratic Citizens: Embedding Student Voice in Education Decision Making. Samantha Elizabeth Holquist, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities; Dana L. Mitra, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Look Who's Talking: Factors for Considering the Facilitation of Very Young Children's Voices. Kate Wall, University of Strathclyde; Claire Cassidy, University of Strathclyde; Lorna Jane Arnott, University of Strathclyde; Mhairi Beaton, Leeds Beckett University (nee Leeds Metropolitan University); Caralyn Blaisdell, University of Strathclyde; Elaine Hall, Legal Education and Professional Skills; Gerard McKernan, Glasgow City Council; Dana L. Mitra, The Pennsylvania State University; Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson, Goteborg University; Carol Robinson, University of Sussex, roundtable session.

"Sometimes It's Cute but Sometimes It's Annoying": Children's Emotional Experiences of Disability and Inclusion. Alex Collopy, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Student Learning in an Introductory Physics Course Using an Online Learning Courseware for Assignments. Christine Leow, Pearson Education, Inc.; Kenneth Tae Han Lee, University of California-Irvine; Louis Leblond, The Pennsylvania State University; Eric Hudson, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

The Early Erosion of Teacher Autonomy. Sarah Anne Eckert, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Educational Accountability, Historically Considered. David A. Gamson, The Pennsylvania State University; Sarah Anne Eckert, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Saturday, April 14:

Toward a Schizoanalytic Approach to Educating the Disabled Inhuman. Gail M. Boldt, The Pennsylvania State University; Joseph Michael Valente, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

Beginning Teacher Attrition in Texas by Route to Certification. Ed Fuller, The Pennsylvania State University; Hajime Mitani, Rowan University; Liz Hollingworth, University of Iowa, paper session.

Writing for Your Life in Academia: A Publishing Workshop. Jeanine M. Staples, The Pennsylvania State University, workshop.

The American Journal of Distance Education. Adnan Quayyam, The Pennsylvania State University, in Meet Journal Editors: invited roundtable session.

Journal of Research in Rural Education. Karen Eppley, The Pennsylvania State University, in Meet Journal Editors: invited roundtable session.

Review of Educational Research. P. Karen Murphy, The Pennsylvania State University, in Meet Journal Editors: invited roundtable session.

The Ambassador Program: An Emerging Strategy for Community-Driven Educational Justice Organizing. Kristen P. Goessling, The Pennsylvania State University - Brandywine; Shivaani Aruna Selvaraj, The Pennsylvania State University; Kendra Brooks; Caitlin Elizabeth Fritz, The University of Pennsylvania; Zakia Royster-Morris, symposium.

Augmenting Learning About Local Geoscience in a Children's Garden With Mobile Technologies. Susan M. Land, The Pennsylvania State University; Heather Toomey Zimmerman, The Pennsylvania State University; Chrystal Maggiore, The Pennsylvania State University; Soo Hyeon Kim, The Pennsylvania State University; Jessica Briskin, paper session.

School Inequality in Shanghai's Secondary Education: Evidence From PISA 2009 and 2012. Yifan Bai, American Institutes for Research; Huacong Liu; Soo-yong Byun, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Mobile Media: A Review of Opportunities to Learn and Emerging Participation Gaps. Christian Ehret, McGill University; Ty Hollett, The Pennsylvania State University; Luka Ciklovan, McGill University, symposium.

Spot-Hunting and Street Riding: Reading, "Riding," and Making Place on the Move. Ty Hollett, The Pennsylvania State University; Robert Hein, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

Are Students With Disabilities Disproportionately Suspended From U.S. Schools? Paul L. Morgan, The Pennsylvania State University; George Farkas, University of California - Irvine; Marianne Hillemeier, The Pennsylvania State University; Steven Maczuga, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Hidden Behind the Model Minority Stereotype: Disparities in Asian Parent Empowerment and Their Children's College Enrollment. Jungnam Kim, Ball State University; Julia Bryan, The Pennsylvania State University; Gitima Sharma, California State University – Fresno, paper session.

Making Science and Gender in Kindergarten. Alicia M. McDyre, The Pennsylvania State University, structured poster session.

Applying Multimodal Analysis Tools for STEM Education Research: Example From an Elementary Engineering Design Challenge. Carmen Vanderhoof, The Pennsylvania State University, structured poster session.

Discourse of Professional Pedagogical Vision in Preservice Teacher Education. Arzu Tanis Ozcelik, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan University; Scott McDonald, The Pennsylvania State University, structured poster session.

In the Middle: Exploring the Challenges of Research Brokers in Education. Elizabeth N. Farley-Ripple, University of Delaware; Joseph C Tise, The Pennsylvania State University; Karen Seashore Louis, University of Minnesota, symposium.

Superintendent Tenure and Turnover in Texas: 1990–2015. Ed Fuller, The Pennsylvania State University; Liz Hollingworth, University of Iowa; Andrew Pendola, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Workplace Learning Measures in Human Resource Development: Review and Summary. Sunyoung Park, Louisiana State University; Jae Young Lee, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Teachers' Understandings and Actions Toward China's New Curriculum Reforms in the Context of Examination-Oriented Education. Jinyan Bai, The Pennsylvania State University; Roger C. Shouse, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Time Really Matters: Revisiting Forum Participation Patterns in MOOCs. Hengtao Tang, The Pennsylvania State University; Wanli Xing, Texas Tech University, poster session.

Sculpting Social Justice Concepts to Uncover Implicit Meanings. Joe Norris, Brock University; Kimberly Anne Powell, The Pennsylvania State University, off-site visit.

American Journal of Education. Eric McGinnis, The Pennsylvania State University; Dana L. Mitra, The Pennsylvania State University; Gerald K. LeTendre, The Pennsylvania State University; Andrew Pendola, The Pennsylvania State University; Rachel Lynn Montgomery, The Pennsylvania State University, invited roundtable.

Navigating the Quicksand: Understanding the Influence of Affirmative Action Developments on Racial Diversity Work. Liliana M. Garces, University of Texas at Austin; Darkhan Bilyalov, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Collaborative Learning Through Collegiate E-Sports: Investigating Communication, Reflection, and Mastery During Competitive Gaming. Gabriela T. Richard, The Pennsylvania State University; Robert William Ashley, The Pennsylvania State University; Zachary McKinley, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

School Choice and Fragmentation in Two Communities: The Ideal School. Karen Eppley, The Pennsylvania State University; Michael J. Corbett, Acadia University, paper session.

The Effects of the Science Writing Heuristic on Student Engagement for Students With Disabilities. Jonte' C. Taylor (JT), The Pennsylvania State University; James Stocker, University of North Carolina - Wilmington; Brian Hand, University of Iowa; William J. Therrien, University of Virginia, roundtable session.

Causal Directionality of Longitudinal Relations Between Parent School Involvement and Children's Social-Behavioral and Academic Performance. Yoonkyung Oh, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

School Context and the Gender Gap in Math Achievement, Self-Efficacy, and STEM Majors. HyoJung Jang, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Fostering High School Students' Scientific Argumentation and Conceptual Understanding Through Quality Talk Discussions. P. Karen Murphy, The Pennsylvania State University; Jeff A. Greene, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; Ana Butler, The Pennsylvania State University; Elizabeth Marie Allen, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; Sara Baszczewski, Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education; Amanda Swearingen, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; Liwei Wei, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Sunday, April 15:

Effects of Immigrants' Age at Arrival on Academic Performance: From a Cross-National Perspective. Kyung Sun Chung, The Pennsylvania State University; Youngsik Seo, University at Buffalo – SUNY, paper session.

Dismantling the White Supremacist Patriarchy Working Against Black Boys and Men, One Teacher at a Time. Jeanine M. Staples, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

Toward a Thick Description of a Controversial Local Land Issue and Its Curricular Possibilities. Mark T Kissling, The Pennsylvania State University; Jonathan Bell, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Preservice Teachers' Scientific Information Search: Implications for Instruction. Alexandra List, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Promoting Students' Multifaceted Literacy Competence Through Quality Talk: A Quasi-Experimental Study. P. Karen Murphy, The Pennsylvania State University; Jeff A. Greene, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; Carla Marie Firetto, The Pennsylvania State University; Mengyi Li, American Institutes for Research; Rebekah F Duke, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; Rachel Miriam Vriend Croninger, The Pennsylvania State University; Nikki G. Lobczowski, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, poster session.

School and Residential Segregation in Districts With Voluntary Integration Policies. Jeremy Anderson, The Pennsylvania State University; Kendra Taylor, The Pennsylvania State University; Erica Frankenberg, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

"This Is Research, Boy!" Emerging and Be(com)ing With Objects in an Early Childhood Literacy Workshop. Kortney B. Sherbine, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Mapping Political Coalitions and the Advancement of Ideas in the Reform of Special Education Policy. Laura E. Bray, The Pennsylvania State University; Joshua Childs, The University of Texas – Austin, roundtable session.

The Role of Peers and Instructional Quality in Preschool Children's School-Readiness Skills. Bridget E Hatfield, Oregon State University; Rebecca Madill, Pennsylvania State University; Stephanie Margaret Jones, Harvard University; Tamara Gail Halle, Early Childhood Research Child Trends; Bridget Kathleen Hamre, University of Virginia; Catherine Worrell; Erika Blackburn; Katina Kearney-Edwards, District of Columbia Public Schools, poster session.

"Ditch Your ASL Interpreters and Read Our Lips!" How the Civil Rights Model of Inclusion Fails Us. Joseph Michael Valente, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

Story Walks. Kimberly Anne Powell, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

Closed for Business, Open for Critique: For-Profit Closures in Higher Education. Kevin Kinser, Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Rural Space, Place, and Education: A Critical Pedagogy of Rural Place. Ian Burfoot-Rochford, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Violent Domesticity: The Symbolic, Linguistic, and Physical Violence of South African Domestic Workers. Anna Kaiper, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

The Relationship Between Principals' Distributed Leadership and Teacher Turnover. Maria Jose Barros, The Pennsylvania State University; Michael Cook, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, poster session.

Monday, April 16:

Understanding How Youths and Adults Are Positioned as Intellectual Leaders Within Family Inventing Activities. Heather Toomey Zimmerman, The Pennsylvania State University; Soo Hyeon Kim, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Furthering Inclusivity in Making: A Framework for Accessible Design of Makerspaces for Learners With Disabilities. Jooyoung Seo, The Pennsylvania State University; Gabriela T. Richard, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Multimodal Making: A Framework for Understanding the Implicit Learning Affordances of Different Digital and Physical Maker Tool Kits. Gabriela T. Richard, The Pennsylvania State University; Sagun Giri, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Changing Conceptions of Equal Educational Opportunity: Poverty and Achievement in the Progressive Era. David A. Gamson, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Dynamic Identities: Exploring the Development of Dually Certified Preservice Teachers' Professional Identities. Laura E. Bray, The Pennsylvania State University; Sheila Conway, University of Pittsburgh, paper session.

Meta-Analysis of Video-Based Instruction to Teach Mathematics to Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Elizabeth M. Hughes, The Pennsylvania State University; Gulnoza Yakubova, University of Maryland, paper session.

Investigating the Relationship of Enacted Assessments in the English Language Arts Classroom With Learners and Their Learning. Xenia Hadjioannou, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

The Femur Is the Biggest One: Using Graphic Novels to Teach Science. Carla K Meyer, Duquesne University; Elizabeth M Hughes, The Pennsylvania State University; Laura M. Jimenez, Boston University; Dawnmarie Ezzo, Duquesne University, poster session.

More Than Cookies and Crayons: Head Start's Importance in Mississippi's Black Freedom Struggle. Crystal R. Sanders, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

Healing in Social Studies: Reflections on Learning, Then Confronting, Our Columbus Replacement Narratives. Ana Carolina Diaz Beltran, The Pennsylvania State University; Mark T Kissling, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Wage Dispersion, Salary Referents, and Principal Turnover Behavior. Andrew Pendola, The Pennsylvania State University; Yifan Bai, American Institutes for Research, roundtable session.

Racial and Income Segregation at Multiple Geographic Scales in Large U.S. School Districts. Kendra Taylor, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

(Re)Constructing Identities: South African Domestic Workers, English Language Learning, and Power. Anna Kaiper, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Fostering Connections Between Science and Everyday Life: The Role of Narratives in Library Programs. Heather Toomey Zimmerman, The Pennsylvania State University; Lucy R. McClain, The Pennsylvania State University; Michele Crowl, Discovery Space of Central PA; Soo Hyeon Kim, The Pennsylvania State University; Torri H. Withrow, The Pennsylvania State University; Emily Daigle; Xinyun Peng, Pennsylvania State University; Susan M. Land, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

The São Paulo Teachers Union, Educational Change, and Political Strategy in Brazil. Rebecca Tarlau, Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

An Occasion of Two Governments: MAPS for Kids and the Fate of Urban School Renewal. William C. Frick, University of Oklahoma; Dana L. Mitra, The Pennsylvania State University; Angela Urick, The University of Oklahoma; Sara Doolittle, University of Oklahoma; Gregg A. Garn, University of Oklahoma, roundtable session.

The Benefits of Question Generation to Support Multiple Document Learning. Chelsea Cameron, The Pennsylvania State University; Ian S. Cameron; Peggy N. Van Meter, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Writing With Purpose: Navigating Writing Spaces From Unconventional Platforms to Traditional Venues. Graduate Student Council. Ashley N. Patterson, The Pennsylvania State University; Erica K. Dotson, Clayton State University; Alyssa Hadley Dunn, Michigan State University; Stephanie Behm Cross, Georgia State University; Nadia Behizadeh, Georgia State University, invited speaker session.

Commoning, Sovereignty, Resilience: Learning With Wendell Berry, Ivan Illich, and Gandhi. Dana L. Stuchul, The Pennsylvania State University; Madhu Suri Prakash, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Revitalizing the Linguistic Commons: The Integration of a Commons-Based Pedagogy Into English Language Teacher Education. John Katunich, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Personal, Community Parent Empowerment and Postsecondary Enrollment: Racial and Socioeconomic Differences in College Enrollment. Jungnam Kim, Ball State University; Julia Bryan, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Eisner's Understanding of Knowledge: 1967 Through Today. Sarah Anne Eckert, The Pennsylvania State University; David A. Gamson, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Interactions Between Reader and Text: Contributions of Executive Function, Strategy Use, and Text Cohesion to Comprehension of Expository Science Text. D. Jake Follmer, Salisbury University; Rayne A. Sperling, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

iSTART: Moderating Effects of Prior Knowledge and Metacognitive Awareness on Self-Explanation Training. Peggy N. Van Meter, The Pennsylvania State University; Danielle Waters, Pennsylvania State University; Alexa Marie Kottmeyer, The Pennsylvania State University; Jacqueline Maguire, The Pennsylvania State University; Michelle Hepfer; John R Waters, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

The Model of Domain Learning: Construct Interplays in Academic Development. Michelle Hepfer; Jonna M. Kulikowich, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Knowledge and the Model of Domain Learning: What We Knew, What We Know, and What Remains Unknown. P. Karen Murphy, The Pennsylvania State University; Carla Marie Firetto, The Pennsylvania State University; Mengyi Li, American Institutes for Research, poster session.

A Meta-Analysis of Strategy Use and Performance in the Model of Domain Learning. Daniel Dinsmore, University of North Florida; Courtney Hattan, University of Maryland - College Park; Alexandra List, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Knowledge and Belief Change in Academic Development. Yuting Sun, University of Maryland - College Park; Patricia A. Alexander, University of Maryland - College Park; P. Karen Murphy, The Pennsylvania State University, poster session.

Student Voices About Teaching in Higher Education: An Italian Perspective. Monica Fedeli, University of Padova; Edward Woodbury Taylor, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Teachers' Strikes Against the Coup in Brazil: How Educators Engage in Political Mobilization. Dalila Andrade Oliveira, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Rebecca Tarlau, Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

Public Versus Private School Students' Performance in Mainland China, Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam. Chi Nguyen, The Pennsylvania State University; Chao Su, Pennsylvania State Education Association, roundtable session.

Research-to-Policy Gap: A Systemic Review of the Special Education Research. Meghan Burke, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Maria Lewis, The Pennsylvania State University; Janet R. Decker, Indiana University – Bloomington, roundtable session.

— Does the Length and Timing of Special Education Service Receipt Predict Children's Social-Emotional Adjustment? Adrienne D. Woods, University of Michigan; Paul L. Morgan, The Pennsylvania State University; George Farkas, University of California – Irvine, roundtable session.

Instigating Change in Preservice Teacher Cognition About English Learners in Content-Area Classrooms Through Virtual Interactions. Laura J. Mahalingappa, Duquesne University; Nihat Polat, Duquesne University; Elizabeth M. Hughes, The Pennsylvania State University; Cebrail Karayigit, Pittsburg State University, roundtable session.

Tuesday, April 17:

Suburban Jurisdictional Boundaries: How Policies Contribute to Racial and Economic Segregation Between School Districts. Heather Bennett, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

The Contribution of Attendance Boundary Segregation to School District Segregation in Large U.S. School Districts. Kendra Taylor, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

School Segregation and School Enrollment Patterns Amid Neighborhood Gentrification. Erica Frankenberg, The Pennsylvania State University; Kendra Taylor, The Pennsylvania State University; Bryan Mann, University of Alabama, paper session.

Can Artificial Intelligence Teach Preservice Teachers to Respond More Effectively to Bullying? Deborah L. Schussler, The Pennsylvania State University; Jennifer L Frank, The Pennsylvania State University; Tsan-Kuang Lee, The Pennsylvania State University; Michelle Wright, The Pennsylvania State University; Julia Mahfouz, University of Idaho; Ko Un Choi, The Pennsylvania State University; Emily Sturtz, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Characterizing Prospective Secondary Mathematics Teachers' Experience of Creating Video Lessons Using iPad. Fernanda Cesar Bonafini, The Pennsylvania State University; Younhee Lee, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Trying to Excel in the Golden State: Anti-Immigrant Sentiment and Achievement of Immigrants in California. Volha Chykina, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Effects of College Selectivity and Major on Highbrow Cultural Participation. SuYeong Shin, The University of Iowa; Soo-yong Byun, The Pennsylvania State University, paper session.

Affective Flows in the Clinic and the Classroom. Gail M. Boldt, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

The Relative Contribution of School Districts and Places to Metropolitan Racial Segregation. Kendra Taylor, The Pennsylvania State University; Erica Frankenberg, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Racial Formation U: How University Websites Routinize, (Re)Present, and Transform Race Categories. Karly Ford, The Pennsylvania State University; Ashley N. Patterson, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Cops, Robbers, and Jail Reimagined: African American Head Start Teachers' Perspectives on Dramatic Play. Allison Sterling Henward, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Examining the Dimensionality of School Counseling College-Going Culture: New or Old Construct. Alberto F. Cabrera, University of Maryland; Julia Bryan, The Pennsylvania State University; Elizabeth Kurban, University of Maryland - College Park, paper session.

Rural School Closure and Consolidation. Karen Eppley, The Pennsylvania State University, symposium.

Transversing Spiderman and the Hulk via DeafCrit: From a Politics of Identity Toward a Politics of Affirmation. Joseph Michael Valente, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

Development of a Morphology Intervention to Enhance Literacy Outcomes for Adolescent English Learners. Amy C. Crosson, The Pennsylvania State University; Margaret G. McKeown, University of Pittsburgh; Pui-Wa Lei, The Pennsylvania State University; Weiyi Cheng, The Pennsylvania State University; Kathleen J. Brown, University of Utah; Kelly P. Robbins, roundtable session.

An Alternative Learning Space: The Case of Mancala Board Game Players. Rebecca Yvonne Bayeck, The Pennsylvania State University, roundtable session.

The Rise of Measurement: Assessing Science and the Implications for Students With Special Needs. Jonte' C. Taylor (JT), The Pennsylvania State University; Karen Rizzo, Pennsylvania State University-Behrend, roundtable session.