Interdisciplinary Training Seminar in Education Sciences
Adam Gamoran, Sociology 875
Fridays 12:00-1:30 p.m.
Room 259, Education Sciences bldg
SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS AND READINGS
Thomas DiPrete, Sociology, “Educational Pathways to Majoring in Science: A Gender Comparison.”
Peter Steiner, Educational Psychology, “Conditions Under Which Propensity Score Analyses Work in Practice.”
Pamela Herd, Sociology and Lafollette School of Public Affairs, “The Relationship between Early Life Schooling and Late Life Health.”
Herd (2010). "Education and Health in Late-Life among High School Graduates"
Stefanie DeLuca, Johns Hopkins University, “Connecting Housing and Education: Residential Mobility, Neighborhoods and Family."
Megan Brown, Psychology, “Dialect and Lexical Access: An Investigation Into Dialect Density and Word Knowledge.”
NO MEETING -- SREE
Shanta Hattikudur, Pscychology, “The Role of Comparison in Learning Procedures and Concepts in Math.”
NO MEETING--SPRING BREAK
NO MEETING--SOCIOLOGY GRAD STUDENT VISIT DAY
NO MEETING--SRCD CONFERENCE
NO MEETING--AERA CONFERENCE
Paul Hanselman, Sociology, “How Is Teacher Turnover Related to Student Learning?”
Meghan Condon, Political Science, “Practice Makes Participants: How Skills Acquired in School Affect Political Engagement.”
Dominique Dust, Rachel Fish, Jared Knowles, Katie Lupo & Pooja Sidney, ITP Internship Reports:
Abt Associates, Washington, D.C.
An Efficacy Trial of Two Interventions to Reduce Stereotype Threat Vulnerability, Madison, WI
Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., Princeton, NJ
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Madison, WI
The Math Center, Madison, WI
Kaplan & Turner, Statistical Matching of PISA and TALIS
Cook, T. D., Steiner, P. M., & Pohl, S. (2009). How bias reducation is affected by covariate choice, unreliability, and mode of data analysis: Results from two types of within-study comparisons. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 44:6, 828-847.
DeLuca, S., & Rosenblatt, P. (2010). Does moving to better neighborhoods lead to better opportunities? Parent school choice in an experimental housing voucher program. Teachers College Record 112(5): 1443-1491.
Gasper, J., DeLuca, S., & Estacion, A. (2010). Coming and going: Explaining the effects of residential and school mobility on adolescent delinquincy. Social Science Research 39: 459-476.
Gasper, J., DeLuca, S., & Estacion, A. (2011). Switching schools: Reconsidering the relationship between school mobility and dropout. Unpublished manuscript.
Herd, P. (2010). Education and Health in Late-life among High School Graduates: Cognitive versus Psychological Aspects of Human Capital. Journal of Health and Social Behavior 51(4) 478-496.
Kaplan, D., & Turner, A. (2011). Statistical Matching of PISA and TALIS. Unpublished, funded proposal.
Race to the Top Phase 2: Application for Initial Funding, Massachusetts. Submitted by: Governor Deval Patrick, Commissioner Michell D. Chester, Maura Banta, Chair, Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. CDFA Number: 84.395A
Race to the Top Program Executive Summary. U.S. Department of Education (November 2009).
Steiner, P. M., & Cook, D. (forthcoming). Matching propensity scores. The Oxford Handbook of Quantitative Methods.