Analysis of Science Instructional Coaching and Use of Wearable Technologies for Elementary Students STEM Learning

Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools
Faculty Advisor
Dr. Gwen Nugent
Contact Email
Potential UCARE Research Position?
Yes
Start Date
10/30/2017 but flexible
Paid or Volunteer
Paid
Paid Rate
$9/hour
Hours Per Week
10

Student will have the opportunity be involved in research covering a variety of instructional topics and approaches.  Responsibilities will include data collection, entry and analysis, including coding of video-recorded instructional coaching sessions using observation software.  Students will learn about educational development and research, and work with faculty from a variety of disciplines, including educational psychology, engineering, and extension.

 Topics of current projects include: a) the analysis of science instructional coaching at the middle and high school level, b) the use of wearable technologies (e-textiles) with upper elementary students, and c) the use of “big data” to ascertain differences in the use of online instruction by credit and noncredit students.

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