Education Department Publications and Talks for 2016-2017 Academic Year
Names with "*" are graduate students. Last updated: March 16, 2017.
Arya, D.J., & Maul, A. (2016). The building of knowledge, language, and decision making about climate change science: A cross-national program for secondary students. International Journal of Science Education, 38, 1-20.
Arya, D.J., Balos*, N., Baker, D. & Green, J. (2017). Exploring ethnography as epistemology: The role of abductive logic and reflexivity. National Council of Teachers of English, Assembly on Research (NCTEAR), February 11, 2017. San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA.
Arya, D.J., Balos*, N. & Napoli, M. (2016). Constructing an ethnographic logic of inquiry to determine the literate practices of STEM-related thinking, being and mind-set. 2016 Literacy Research Association 66th Annual Conference, November 30, 2016. Nashville, TN.
Arya, D.J., Balos*, N. & McBeath*, J. (in press). Engaging latino middle school students in literacy-based makerspace activities to enhance STEM practices and engagement. Proceedings for the 2017 Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu.
Arya, D.J., Buckley, P., Moore, B., Boardman, A. & Maul, A. (in press). Validating a fidelity scale to understand intervention effects in classroom-based studies. American Education Research Journal.
Arya, D.J. Harlow, D. Hansen*, A. McBeath*, J. Pulgar*, J. (in press). Innovative Youth: An Engineering and Literacy Integrated Approach. Science Scope.
Arya, D.J. & Sperling*, J. (forthcoming). "I don't like reading . . . it's my speciality, but I don't like it": Youth speak(s) identities. 2017 Annual Meeting for the American Education Research Association. San Antonio, TX.
Arya, D.J., Balos*, N. & Napoli, M. (forthcoming). Studying social systems in the making: A telling case of researching an engineering pathways program. 2017 Annual Meeting for the American Education Research Association. San Antonio, TX.
Chun, D. M. (2017). Research methods for investigating technology for language and culture learning. In C. Chapelle & S. Sauro (Eds.), The handbook of technology in second language teaching and learning. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
Chun, D.M. Keynote address "Challenges for Learners and Teachers in Telecollaborative Intercultural Exchanges" to be presented at the Asia-Pacific Virtual Exchange Association (APVEA) Conference, Princeton University, on March 25, 2017.
Gottfried, M.A., Wright, A. & Le, V. (in press). A Kindergarten Teacher Like Me: The Role of Student-Teacher Race in Social-Emotional Development. American Educational Research Journal [centennial issue].
Dewar, T. Experiencing Textual Difficulties: Supporting Students Reading Complex Texts. California Association of Teachers of English (CATE) 58th Annual Statewide Convention in Santa Clara, CA, February 18, 2017. This presentation was done with six current credential candidates.
Marcoulides, G.A., K-H., Wai, C., & Bentler, P.M. (2016). Assessing structural equation models by equivalence testing with adjusted fit indexes. Structural Equation Modeling, 23, 319-330.
Marcoulides, G.A. & Raykov, T. (2016). On the relationship between classical test theory and item response theory: From one to the other and back. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 76, 325-330.
Marcoulides, G.A., Raykov, T., & Lee, C-L. (2016). Examining normality in incomplete data sets: A note on a multiple testing approach. Structural Equation Modeling, 23, 595-600.
Marcoulides, G.A. (November, 2016). New developments and techniques in educational assessment. Annual Meeting of the Association for Educational Assessment (AEA) Europe, Limassol, Cyprus.
Maul, A., L., Torres Irribarra, D., & Wilson, M. (2016). Quantities, quantification and the necessary and sufficient conditions for measurement. Measurement. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.measurement.2016.12.050
Maul, A., Penuel, W., Dadey, N., Gallagher, L., Podkul, T. & Price, E. (2016). Measuring experiences of interest-related pursuits in connected learning. Educational Technology Research & Development. doi:10.1007/s11423-016-9453-6
Maul, A., & McGrane, J. Quantitative attributes, interval scales, and the representational fallacy. National Council for Measurement in Education, San Antonio, April 26-30, 2017 (planned).
Okamoto, Y. & Zhang, Y. (2017). Encoding “10ness improves first graders’ estimation of numerical magnitudes. Journal of Numerical Cognition, 2, 202-219.
Okamoto, Y., Bruce, C., Davis, B., Sinclair, N., McGarvey, L., Hallowell, D., Hawes, Z., Moss, J., Mulligan, J., Whiteley, W., & Woolcott, G. (2016). Understanding gaps in research networks: Using “spatial reasoning” as a window into the importance of networked educational research. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1-19. doi:10.1007/s10649-016-9743-2.
Okamoto, Y., Pieng, P., & La Joy, J. (2016) Exploring gender differences and developmental changes in Japanese adolescent and young adult self-concept. In D. Sharps (Ed.), Handbook of Comparative and International Studies in Education (pp. 495-514). A volume in the series: International Perspectives on Educational Policy, Research and Practice. Editor: Gustavo E. Fischman. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Okamoto, Y., Liang, Y., & Brenner, M. E. (2016). Raising only children in urban China: Do parents hold gender-differentiated expectations? In D. Sharps (Ed.), Handbook of Comparative and International Studies in Education (pp. 515-538). A volume in the series: International Perspectives on Educational Policy, Research and Practice. Editor: Gustavo E. Fischman. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Okamoto, Y. & Pieng, P. (April, 2017). Exploring young children’s understanding of the situations, thoughts, and prosocial responses related to jealousy. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, Texas.
Okamoto, Y., Zhang, Y., Gerber, M. M., & Brenner, M. E. (April, 2017). Promoting K-1 students’ numerical learning—Investigating the effect of instructional intervention. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, Texas.
Okamoto, Y. & Zhang, Y. (April, 2017). Learning 10ness horizontally improves first graders’ estimation of numerical magnitudes. Poster to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, Texas.
Okamoto, Y. & Hallowell, D. (September, 2016). Spatial reasoning in early years: How children interpret 2D and 3D geometric shapes. Paper presented in a symposium, Spatial reasoning and its development (S. Takahira, chair). The British Psychological Society Developmental Section Annual Conference, Belfast, UK.
Okamoto, Y. (submitted). Effects of mathematics language on children’s achievement and central conceptual knowledge. In D. Berch (Ed.), Language and culture in mathematical cognition. San Diego, CA: Elsevier.
Okamoto, Y., Francis, K., Bruce, C., Davis, B., Drefs, M., Hallowell, D., Hawes, Z., McGarvey, L., Moss, J., Mulligan, J., Sinclair, N., Whiteley, W., & Woolcott, G. (in press). Multidisciplinary perspectives on a video case of children designing and coding for robotics. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education.
Emeriti Faculty Publications
Green, J. & Gumperz, John. in Street, B. (Ed). (In press). International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, Language and Education.
Green, J. & Bloome, D. Ethnography. (In press). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement,and Evaluation.
Green, J. & Chian, M. Triangulation. (In press). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation.
Green, J. & Katz, L. (In press). Researching the intersection of program supervision and field placements:Interactional Ethnographic Telling Cases of reflexive decision-making process., In Peters, M, Cowie, B., and Menter, I, (Eds.).
Green J. & Baker, W.D. (2016). On Transdisciplinary Dialogues Through Interactional Ethnographic Studies: A Commentary on Skinner, Mind, Culture & Society, Special Issues Edited by B. Weber & J. Vadeboncoeur (Eds.), Engaged Philosophical Inquiry (EPI).
Rumberger, R: The Hidden Costs of California's Harsh Discipline: And the Localized Economic Benefits From Suspending Fewer High School Students (with Daniel Losen), California Dropout Research Project and the Civil Rights Project, forthcoming.