Publications & Presentations

Publications

Authors Citation Title and PDF
Mike Ryan
Jessica Gale
Marion Usselman
2016 International Journal of Engineering Education, Special Issue Integrating Engineering into Core Science Instruction: Translating NGSS Principles into Practice through Iterative Curriculum Design
Jessica Gale
Jayma Koval
Stefanie Wind
Joe Dagosta
Mike Ryan
Marion Usselman
2016 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference paper Exploring Student Understanding of Force and Motion Using a Simulation-Based Performance Assessment
Mike Ryan
Marion Usselman
Jessica Gale
2016 National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) conference paper Curriculum Developers’ Design Challenge: Integrate Engineering and Science Via Robotics
Stefanie Wind
Jessica Gale
Science Education, 99: 721–741. doi: 10.1002/sce.21172 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
Proceedings of the 2015 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition Robotics in the Core Science Classroom: Benefits and Challenges for Curriculum Development and Implementation
Marion Usselman
Mike Ryan
Engineering Curricula Ready to Go!, Sneider, C. (Ed.), CA: Corwin Press, tdousand Oaks, CA, 2015, pp. 53-65.   SLIDER: Student Learning: Integrating Design, Engineering and Robotics
Mike Ryan
Marion Usselman
Sabrina Grossman
Beth Kostka
Nancy Newsome
Brian Gane
Jayma Koval
Jeff Rosen  
Proceedings of the 2014 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition Science Learning with Design, Engineering and Robotics (Curriculum Exchange)
Marion Usselman
Mike Ryan
Brian Gane
Sabrina Grossman
Jeff Rosen
Storm Robinson
Fred Stillwell
Proceedings of the 2013 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition   Integrating K-12 Engineering and Science; Balancing Inquiry, Design, Standards and Classroom Realities
Marion Usselman
Mike Ryan
Brian Gane
Sabrina Grossman
2013 National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) conference paper Innovating Science Curricula with Engineering: A Balancing Act
Sabrina Grossman
Mike Ryan
Brian Gane
Marion Usselman    
2013 National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) conference paper Supporting Teachers Adopting an Engineering-Based, PBL Middle School Science Curriculum
Barbara Fasse
Cher Hendricks
Proceedings of the 2012 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition. the impact of a problem-based learning launcher unit on eight grade students' motivation and interest in science
Brian Gane
Cher Hendricks
2012 American Educational Research Association Conference paper   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
2012 National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) conference paper   Facilitating and Assessing Science Learning within an Engineering Design-Focused Project-Based Curriculum

Presentations

Presenter Venue and Date Title  
Mike Ryan National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference (NARST) Baltimore, MD 4/2016 Curriculum Developers’ Design Challenge: Integrate Engineering and Science Via Robotics
Jessica Gale American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, April, 2016, Washington D.C. Exploring Student Understanding of Force and Motion Using a Simulation-Based Performance Assessment
Mike Ryan
Marion Usselman

 
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
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 Metdods: 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
Sabrina Grossman
Jayma Koval
Jason Fiorito
Georgia STEM Forum, Athens, GA   10/2014 Teaching Physical Science through Robotics and Engineering Design
Mike Ryan
Marion Usselman
Jeff Rosen
American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition Indianapolis, IN 6/2014 Science Learning with Design, Engineering and Robotics (Curriculum Exchange)
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
American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition 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) Annual Conference, 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) Annual Conference, 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 Annual Conference and Exposition. 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 Conference, 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) Conference.  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    01/20/2012 STEM Education through Race to the Top and SLIDER (NSF) as Examples
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 Matd 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