Room 137, Bureau of Mines Building, Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-2929
March 4, 2013 — The University of Wyoming College of Education Research Forum, an annual event highlighting scholarly activities by College of Education faculty and graduate students, is scheduled Friday, March 8.
Concurrent sessions will run in Room 308 and Room 318 in the Education Annex, from 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. All sessions are free and open to the public.
The symposium “provides a potentially instructive opportunity to prepare and rehearse presentations accepted for a forthcoming national or state conference,” according to symposium organizer Martin Agran, UW College of Education professor of professional studies.
Participants can choose to take part in one of three ways: paper presentations, panel presentations or poster presentations.
Among the topics on this year’s schedule are:
-- What to do about cyberbullying? Implications for leaders.
-- Engagement theory: Reconceptualizing early education.
-- Challenges in diagnosis and couples work: An ethical decision making model.
-- Student and instructor perceptions of trust-building in online courses.
-- Assessing preservice elementary teachers’ beliefs about mathematics.
To read or download a copy of the symposium speaker schedule, visit http://bit.ly/15Udtw4.