Fall 2017 - Interdisciplinary Training Seminar in Education Sciences
While this is a required course for ITP fellows, members of the university community are welcome to attend.
Instructor: Eric Grodsky
ELPA 940 (section 6), 1 cr.
Fridays, 12-1:30 pm, unless noted
259 Education Sciences, unless noted
See the schedule on the ITP Google Calendar
SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS AND READINGS
Special ITP Fellows/Faculty Meeting
This session is a round table introduction for ITP Fellows and affiliated Faculty
Associate Professor, UW Madison Psychology
"Understanding, Measuring, and Assessing the Development of Interpersonal Skills in 4K"
David Williamson Shaffer
Professor, UW Madison Education Psychology
"An Introduction to Quantitative Ethnography"
Assistant Professor, UW Madison Education Psychology
"Understanding Fractions: A Case Study in Educational Neuroscience"
Program Director, Field Day Lab at the Wisocnsin Institute for Discovery
"Games and Learning 101: Using Situated and Social-Cultural Learning Theory to Understand the Power of Video Games for Learning"
Associate Professor, UW Madison Educational Policy Studies
Associate Professor, UW Madison Educaitonal Leadership and Policy Analysis
"Evaluating the Impact of Performance Funding"
Readings: "Evaluating the impact of performance funding in Ohio and Tennessee"; "Experts see flaws in Scott Walkers plan for UW System performance funding";" Methods for Evaluating Changes in Health Care Policy: The difference-in-differences approach"
Special Location - The Wisconsin Idea Room
Cosponsored by the Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions
University of Iowa, Sociology & College of Education
"Moving the Needle in Wisconsin: High schools helping economically disadvantaged students get to college"
November 24: Thanksgiving - No ITP
UW Madison ITP Fellow, Psychology
UW Madison, School of Social Work
Assistant Professor, UW Madison Sociology and Educational Policy Studies
"Racial Differences in Students' Achievement Returns to Parental Income, 1960-2009"
Lewis, M., Matthews, P., Hubbard, E. "Neurocognitive Architectures and the Nonsymbolic Foundations of Fractions Understanding"