Spring 2018 - 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
January 26: Translational Workshop
"Using Wisconsin’s Longitudinal Data System to Increase Capacity, Inform Practice, and Close Gaps"
Presented in collaboration with ASAC
Presenters: WI Department of Public Instruction, Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative, The Network, Professor Eric Grodsky
February 2: Translational Workshop
Change in location: Education Sciences Room 253
Director, Regional Education Laboratory Mid-West
"Changing the Model of Knowledge Creation and Use Through Research-Practice Partnerships"
Assistant Professor, UW Madison Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis
"The Roles of Neonatal Health and Race in Special Education Identification"
Professor, UW Madison School of Social Work
"Leveraging Meta-Analytic Methods to Inform Successful Early Childhood Education"
No ITP - WCER Poster Fair at the WID
Assistant Professor, Cornell University Sociology
Cosponsored by UW-Madison Sociology Department
"Complexity and Constraint: College Attitudes and Expectations among Teens of the Prison Boom"
Professor, UW Madison Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
Professor, University of Minnesota Sociology
"When Should Researchers Use Inferential Statistics When Analyzing Data on Full Populations?"
Associate Professor, Stienhardt School of Education
Cosponsored by the Center for Early Childhood Education Research
"The Impacts of Social-Emotional Learning Programs: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial"
March 30: No ITP - Spring Break
Professor, UW Madison Public Affairs and Social Work
PhD Candidate, UW Madison Sociology
April 13: No Seminar - AERA
April 20 :
Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin Psychology
Assistant Researcher, Value Added Reserarch Center
"Gifted Programming can be a Benefit to All: Theory and Empirical Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in the U.S."