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NCE Faculty Participate at 2018 AERA Annual Meeting

This year's meeting is taking place April 13-17 in New York City, with a theme about "The Dreams, Possibilities, and Necessity of Public Education."  The Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) is the largest gathering of scholars in the field of education research.  It's a showcase for ground-breaking, innovative studies in a diverse array of areas -- from early education through higher education, from digital learning to second language literacy.

NCE faculty participation at this year's AERA Annual Meeting includes: 

  • Cultural Considerations of Mentoring Teachers in Diverse School Settings
    Sara Efrat Efron, Jeffrey Winter, Sherri Bressman
  • The Necessity of Service-Learning Engagement: Dreams, Possibilities, and Realities of Community Engagement as Curriculum
    Kate Zilla, Todd Price, Virginia Jagla
  • Resisting "Mas o Menos":A School-University Partnership to Boost Latina/o Success in Advanced Coursework
    Ryan McCarty
  • Enhancing Teacher Candidates' Experience and Competencies: A Two-Year Pilot Implementation of Adaptive Cycles of Teaching
    Xiuwen Wu
  • Utilizing Principal Coach Reflections to Co-Develop an Effective Coaching Strategyin a Large Urban School District
    Harrington Gibson, Gloria McDaniel-Hall
  • A First Look at the Impact of Selecting and Supporting Cooperating Teachers on Preservice Teachers
    Kavita Matsko
  • Building a Knowledge Base for Elementary Teacher Education
    Kavita Matsko
  • A Tale of Two Pathways: How Pathway Features Shape Learning to Teach
    Kavita Matsko
  • Capturing the "Context": Learning With and From the Development of a Survey for "Urban" Settings
    Kavita Matsko
  • Life Education, Curricular Reflections, and Radical Educators
    Todd Price
  • Rural Spaces of Longing and Protest
    Todd Price
  • Fighting for Social Justice and New Possibilities: Unveiling Teachers' Ideological Racialization of English Learners
    Mariana Ricklefs
  • Evaluation of an Online Early Mathematics Professional Development Program for Early Childhood Teachers
    Xiaoli Wen

Also, Elizabeth Minor and Kavita Matsko will attend the Editorial Board Meeting of the American Educational Research Journal to be held during the conference.

Browse additional details of NCE faculty participation by Person and by Session Type.

Locations
  • CHICAGO DOWNTOWN CAMPUS

    NLU’s Chicago campus on South Michigan Avenue occupies five floors of the historic Peoples Gas Building. This landmark building, across the street from the Art Institute of Chicago and Grant Park, is easily accessible by train, bus and car and is surrounded by restaurants, parking lots/garages and shops.

    122 S. Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60603
    (888) 658.8632
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  • ELGIN

    Conveniently located in a fast-growing business district off I-90 and Route 31, NLU Elgin features 10 classrooms with high-tech media equipment; a computer lab with high-speed Internet access; two conference rooms; and comfortable student lounges. Parking is free at this recently remodeled and upgraded teaching site, which now includes wireless Internet access.

    620 Tollgate Road
    Elgin, IL 60123
    (888) 658.8632
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  • NORTH SHORE

    Opened in the summer of 2006, NLU North Shore at Skokie is a state-of-the-art modern campus located just off the Edens Expressway near the Old Orchard Shopping Center. The campus includes 44 wireless classrooms equipped with high-tech media equipment; four computer labs with high-speed Internet access, including a walk-in lab in the library; six conference rooms; a public café for beverages and snacks; a student welcome center; a library for research and study; and multiple, comfortable student lounge areas.

    5202 Old Orchard Road
    Skokie, IL 60077
    (888) 658.8632
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  • LISLE

    Located just minutes from the East-West Tollway (I-88), NLU Lisle features 42 wireless classrooms equipped with high-tech media equipment; four computer labs with high-speed Internet access, including a separate walk-in lab in the library; a café for beverages and snacks; a student welcome center; a library for research and study; conference rooms; and six comfortable student lounge areas with wireless access.

    850 Warrenville Road
    Lisle, IL 60532
    (888) 658.8632
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  • WHEELING

    Located in one of Chicago's major northwest suburbs, the newly renovated NLU Wheeling includes 20 classrooms with high-tech media equipment, four conference rooms, four computer labs with high-speed Internet access, large student lounge areas with wireless capabilities and interactive video capabilities, and an extensive research library. The site also houses the university library research collection.

    1000 Capitol Drive
    Wheeling, IL 60090
    (888) 658.8632
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  • FLORIDA (TAMPA)

    Established in 1988 and located in one of Tampa's major business districts, NLU's Florida Regional Center serves students in 13 counties in central Florida. In addition to its classrooms, the National Louis University Tampa Regional Center features a computer lab, student lounges, and conference room.

    5110 Sunforest Drive, Suite 102
    Tampa, FL 33634
    (800) 366.6581
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