SLIDER Publications & Presentations

Presenter Venue Title

Stefanie Wind
Jessica Gale

Science Education                     6/2015 

Diagnostic Opportunities Using Rasch Measurement in the Context of a Misconceptions-Based Physical Science Assessment

Marion Usselman
​Mike Ryan
Jeff Rosen
Jayma Koval
Sabrina Grossman
Anna Newsome
Marcela Moreno

American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition

Seattle, WA                                6/2015

Robotics in the Core Science Classroom: Benefits and Challenges for Curriculum Development and Implementation
Mike Ryan
Marion Usselman
Sabrina Grossman
Jessica Gale
Beth Kostka
Anna Newsome
Brian Gane
Jayma Koval
Jeff Rosen

American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition

Seattle, WA                                6/2015


Science Learning with Design, Engineering and Robotics (Curriculum Exchange)
Stefanie Wind

International Outcomes Measurement Conference

Chicago, IL                                4/2015


Examining the Psychometric Quality of Multiple-Choice Assessment Items with Mokken Scale Analysis
Stefanie Wind
Meltem Alemdar
Jessica Gale
Jeremy Lingle
Roxanne Moore

American Education Research Association

Chicago, IL                                4/2015

Developing an Engineering Design Process Assessment Using Mixed Methods: an Illustration with Rasch Measurement Theory and Cognitive Interviews
Jayma Koval
Sabrina Grossman

West Georgia RESA STEM Conference

Peachtree City, GA                     3/2015

Teaching Physical Science Through Robotics and Engineering Design

Jayma Koval
​Beth Kostka

Georgia Science Teacher Association

Macon, GA                                2/2015

Scientific Argumentation Inquiry and Immersion

Mike Ryan
Sabrina Grossman
Jayma Koval
​Jason Fiorito 
Russell Johnson
Lynn Torrance
 

Georgia Science Teacher Association

Macon, GA                                    2/2015

Teaching Physical Science Through Robotics and Engineering Design
Marion Usselman
Mike Ryan
Engineering Curricula Ready to Go!
 
SLIDER: Student Learning: Integrating Design, Engineering and Robotics
 

Sabrina Grossman
Jayma Koval
Jason Fiorito

Georgia STEM Forum

Athens, GA                             10/2014

Teaching Physical Science Through Robotics and Engineering Design

 

Stefanie Wind
Jessica Gale

International Objective Measurement Workshop

Philadelphia, PA                      04/2014        

Diagnostic Opportunities with Distractor-Driven Multiple-Choice Items in the Context of a Physical Science Assessment
Sabrina Grossman
Jayma Koval
Mike Ryan
National Science Teachers Association Conference

Boston, MA                                 04/2014
Teaching Physical Science Through Robotics and Engineering Design

Stefanie Wind
Jessica Gale
Joe Dagosta

Georgia Tech STEM Education Research Expo

Atlanta, GA                                 03/2014
Examining Student Misconceptions in Physical Science Using Rasch Measurement Theory
Anna Newsome

Georgia Tech STEM Education Research Expo

Atlanta, GA                             03/2014

Making LEGO Work: Mitigating the Challenges of LEGO Robotics with a Unique Management System
   Marion Usselman
   Mike Ryan
   Brian Gane
   Sabrina Grossman 
   Jeff Rosen
   Storm Robinson
   Fred Stillwell

American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

Atlanta, GA                       6/2013

Integrating K-12 Engineering and Science; Balancing Inquiry, Design, Standards and Classroom Realities

Marion Usselman
Mike Ryan
Brian Gane
Sabrina Grossman

National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 

Rio Grande, Puerto Rico 4/2013

Innovating Science Curricula with Engineering: A Balancing Act

Sabrina Grossman
Mike Ryan
Brian Gane

Marion Usselman    

National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 

Rio Grande, Puerto Rico 4/2013

Supporting Teachers Adopting an Engineering-Based, PBL Middle School Science Curriculum

Barbara Fasse
Cher Hendricks

American Society for Engineering Education  

San Antonio, TX       6/2012

The impact of a problem-based learning launcher unit on eight grade students' motivation and interest in science

Brian Gane
Cher Hendricks

American Educational Research Association  

Vancouver, BC          4/2012

Implementing a problem-based learning curriculum in a university-school collaborative project for improving middle school science education: Lesson from year one on fidelity of implementation

Sabrina Grossman
Mike Ryan

Marion Usselman

National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 

Indianapolis, IN 03/25/2012

Facilitating and Assessing Science Learning Within an Engineering Design-Focused Project-Based Curriculum

Donna Llewellyn
Marion Usselman

Oak Ridge Associated Universities (OARU)  

Oak Ridge, TN     03/14/2012

Some Lessons Learned: Researching and Evaluating STEM Teaching & Learning in K-12 Higher Education

Rich Millman

University of Colorado, Denver                     

Denver, CO                   01/20/2012

STEM Education through Race to the Top and SLIDER (NSF) as Examples

Jeff Rosen

Cobb County Chamber of Commerce Meeting

Cobb County, GA
08/10/2010

 

Rich Millman

Colloquium          

Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Carbondale, IL
04/1/2010

Mathematical Academic Outreach to K-12: ALGEBRA3, SLIDER, and GIFT
 

Rich Millman

Special Session on Mathematics Outreach

University of Kentucky

Lexington, KY
03/27/2010

Discussing Mathematics Outreach as Working with a Variety of Stakeholders on Math Content

 

Donna Llewellyn

Engineering and Science Education Seminar

Clemson University, Clemson, SC  02/5/2010

The Research Rationale and Process for the SLIDER  Project at Georgia Tech

Mike Ryan
Jeff Rosen
Brian Gane

Teaching Day

Georgia Tech

Atlanta, GA
03/18/2009

SLIDER Curriculum Poster Teaching Day