Publications from the School of Education faculty at the University of Rhode Island.

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Submissions from 2016

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Let's Get Personal: Balancing talk with technology to truly personalize learning, Julie Coiro

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Personal Inquiry and Online Research: Connecting Learners in Ways That Matter, Julie Coiro, Jill Castek, and David Quinn

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Teachers' and Students' Views of Reading Fluency: Issues of Consequential Validity in Adopting One-minute Reading Fluency Assessments, Theresa A. Deeney and Minsuk K. Shim

Submissions from 2015

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The Magic of Wondering: Building Understanding Through Online Inquiry, Julie Coiro

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Like Terms: What’s in a Name?, Cornelis de Groot and Meredith Boyajian

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When Products are Sums, Cornelis de Groot and Nicole Hersey

Submissions from 2014

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Online Reading Comprehension: Challenges and Opportunities, Julie Coiro

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Common Core-­less?: A Critical Review of the Common Core State Standards Research, Diane Kern

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Teaching Discussion in the English Methods Seminar: Climbing the Stairs to the High School Classroom, Diane Kern, Kathryn L. Johnson, and Padma Venkatraman

Submissions from 2013

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Zombie Ideas in Education: High-Stakes Testing and Graduation Policies, Diane Elliott Kern

Submissions from 2011

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Conversation Currents: Digital Footprints, Julie Coiro and Sara Kajder

Submissions from 2010

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Examining the Effect of Teachers' Adaptations of a Middle School Science Inquiry-Oriented Curriculum Unit on Student Learning, Jay Fogleman, Katherine L. McNeill, and Joseph Krajcik

Submissions from 2009

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Leaves: Nature’s Solar Collectors, Aaron D. Isabelle and Cornelis de Groot

Submissions from 2008

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Alternate Conceptions of Preservice Elementary Teachers: The Itakura Method, Aaron D. Isabelle and Cornelis de Groot

Submissions from 2006

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Sustaining Innovations Through Lead Teacher Learning: A Learning Sciences Perspective on Supporting Professional Development, Jay Fogleman, Barry Fishman, and Joseph Krajcik

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Professional development and teacher learning: Using concept maps in inquiry classrooms, Beth Kubitskey, Barry J. Fishman, Jon Margerum-Leys, Jay Fogleman, Stein Brunvand, and Ronald W. Marx