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Human Development and Quantitative Methodology

Joint colloquium hosted by Educational Psychology and Developmental Science.

The Empirical Child? A Framework for Investigating How Children Learn to Engage in the Scientific Process

 

Peter Steiner (HDQM)

Ways out of the replication crisis

 

Prompting Rural Students' Use of Prior Knowledge and Experience

to Support Comprehension of Unfamiliar Content

 

Educational Psychology Colloquium

Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology

Courtney Hattan 

 

12:20pm - lunch served
12:45pm - talk
1:30pm - Q&A

Title: The Road Less Travelled: Non-Academic Careers

Abstract: TBD 

Bio: Jenessa Malin is an SRCD Policy Fellow at Administration for Children and Families. 

 

 


How children reason about evidence in a social world

12:20pm - lunch served
12:45pm - talk
1:30pm - Q&A

Title: Bridging Between Child Development Research and Policy: The Role of the Society for Research in Child Development

Abstract: TBD


Reconceptualizing Adolescent Literacy in the Age of Information Saturation, Multitasking, and "Fake News"

 


National Center on Improving Literacy: A Collaborative Effort to Support Outcomes for Students with Literacy-Related Disabilities

How do hot and cool executive skills contribute to the development of reading comprehension in skilled and less skilled comprehenders across the lifespan?


Understanding the Relationships Between Language Proficiency and Spoken Fluency

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