FEW-NEXUS 2018 Poster Session
Doug Lombardi and Shondricka Burrell were able to represent SLRG at the 2018 Food-Energy-Water Nexus. The conference entitled, Innovating Teaching and Learning in the Food-Energy-Water-Nexus: Toward a National Collaborative for Food, Energy, & Water Systems Education (NC-FEW), was designed to foster collaboration amongst scientists, science education researchers, educators, and social scientists towards instructional design and educational research around FEW-related issues.
Doug presented a poster featuring the wetlands MEL and the freshwater resources baMEL. Poster title: Facilitating Students’ Critique, Evaluation, and Argument about Freshwater Resources
Lombardi 2018 FEW-NEXUS Poster
Shondricka presented a poster focused on water quality. Poster title: Use of a Water-Quality Themed, Place-based, Transformative Learning Experience to Support Student Interest Development, Self-efficacy, and Knowledge Construction
Burrell 2018 FEW-NEXUS Poster
SLRG members Doug and Shondricka will present research at the upcoming Food-Energy-Water Nexus scheduled for May 22-23rd in DC.
Doug’s poster will feature the freshwater MEL and baMEL and is entitled: Facilitating Students’ Critique, Evaluation, and Argument about Freshwater Resources
Shondricka’s poster will feature water quality and is entitled: Use of a Water-Quality Themed, Place-based, Transformative Learning Experience to Support Student Interest Development, Self-efficacy, and Knowledge Construction
SLRG team members Janelle, Shondricka, Tim and Doug, along with Amity (advised by Janelle) and Noelle (advised by Doug) presented research at NARST 2018. Their project titles are listed below.
Elementary Student Perception of their Teacher’s Self-Efficacy, Interest, and Enjoyment in Science and Science Teaching. Poster: Noelle A. Luccioni and Doug Lombardi, Sandra K. Abell Institute 2017 Poster Symposium
Development of Professional Noticing Skills in Preservice Science Teachers Poster: Amity Gann, Graduate Student Research Symposium
Alignment of Students’ Discussion with Their Written Scientific Explanations Poster: Timothy Klavon, Graduate Student Research Symposium
Towards a Geoscience Pedagogy: A Socio-cognitive Model Poster: Shondricka Burrell, Graduate Student Research Symposium
Graduate Student Research Symposium Development of a Model Describing Scientific Thinking in Earth Science Students Poster: Shondricka Burrell, Doug Lombardi, Elliot S. Bickel, Janelle M. Bailey, Strand: Science Learning, Understanding and Conceptual Change