Student Research

A listing of recent student presentations

Presentations


Note: We have been informed about the following papers authored and/or co-authored by graduate students in the College of Education. In addition, a number of other recent talks co-authored with faculty were presented.


Benson, S. (Nov. 2007). Authentic audiences for beginning writers: A first grade correspondence project. Presentation at the conference of the National Council of Teachers of English, New York.

Chestnut, J. (Nov. 2007). Undergraduates’ views on future work with families: Perceptions, fears, and strengths. Presentation at the National Association for the Education of Young Children Annual Conference, Chicago.

Graves, S. (Nov. 2007). Influences of preservice teachers’ beliefs about family involvement: An exploration of mentoring. Presentation at the National Association for the Education of Young Children Annual Conference, Chicago.

Patte, M., & Johnson, J. (Nov. 2007). Examining preservice teacher perceptions of family/school partnerships: Implications for teacher preparation programs. Presentation at the National Association for the Education of Young Children Annual Conference, Chicago.

Raley, J. (Nov. 2007). "Not that kind of writing”: Audience analysis and what counts as writing for a high school senior. Presentation at the conference of the National Council of Teachers of English, New York.

Torres-Crespo, M. (Nov. 2007). The parents’ perspectives on family involvement in the classroom: Definitions, expectations, and more. Presentation at the National Association for the Education of Young Children Annual Conference, Chicago.