VIRTUAL PRESENTATION: ISQE | Making Sense of Collocated Teamwork Activity: The Multimodal Matrix as a Quantitative Ethnography Methodology
Vanessa Echeverria; Gloria Milena Fernandez-Nieto; Roberto Martinez-Maldonado; Simon Buckingham Shum, Politécnica del Litoral, Guayaquil; University of Technology Sydney; Monash University; University of Technology Sydney
ITP | Collectively Confronting COVID-19: Teachers’ Unions’ Response to a Global Pandemic
Lesley Lavery; Sara Dahill-Brown, Associate Professor of Political Science, Macalester College; Associate Professor of Politics & Interntional Studies, Wake Fores
CCWT Presents: A conversation with Dr. Jenny Chan on Internships and Labor in China
Dr. Jenny Chan, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
ICQE2020-21 | International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography 2020-21 @ICQEConf
Simon Buckingham Shum; Abigail Wooldridge, University of Technology Sydney; University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
CCWT Presents: Uneven Experiences and Rewards in the Intern Economy: The Case of Arts and Design Graduates
Dr. Alex Frenette , Vanderbilt University
WCER Communications, Nov 18
WCER Communications, Nov 11
WCER Communications, Oct 30
The Cap Times, Oct 29
Western News, Oct 29
WMTV, Oct 26
“Equity and Quality in Digital LearningRealizing the Promise in K–12 Education,” Carolyn J. Heinrich, Jennifer Darling-Aduana, and Annalee G. Good, Harvard University Press, 2020.
“Improving the Transition to Kindergarten Through Information Sharing,” Lauter, L., Woo, M., Grodsky, E. & Graue, Madison Education Partnership, October 2020.
Ross J. Benbow and Changhee Lee, October 2020
“Exploring college faculty development in 21st century skill instruction: an analysis of teaching focused personal networks,” Ross J. Benbow, Changhee Lee, Matthew T. Hora, Journal of Further and Higher Education, Sept. 28, 2020
“Using Improvisation to Increase Graduate Students’ Communication Self-Efficacy,” Anne Lynn Gillian-Daniel, Benjamin L. Taylor, and Donald L. Gillian-Daniel, Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 52, no. 4 (2020): 46-52.
Sadhana Puntambekar has received a grant of $500,035 from the National Science Foundation, in a subcontract from the University of Colorado-Boulder, for “AI Institute: Institute for Student-AI Teaming (iSAT)” through August 14, 2025. (112520)
Percival Matthews has been awarded $12,496 from the Institute of Education Sciences, in a subcontract from Kent State University, for “An Educational Intervention to Combat Whole Number Bias in Risk Perceptions in Ambiguous Health Context: COVID-19” through Aug. 31, 2021. (112320)
Zhe Gigi An has received a grant of $15,294 from the Department of Human Health Services, in a subcontract from the University of Massachusetts - Boston, for “Challenging Behavior and Social-emotional Competence for Children in Head Start Classrooms: Is there Evidence of Teacher Implicit Bias?” through March 29, 2022. (112020)