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Penn State Presentations at 2014 CIES Annual Meeting

Listing of faculty and student presentations at the 2014 CIES Annual Meeting

Monday, March 10th

1:00 – 5:00

Smith, W. Large Scale Cross National Studies Workshop: Strengthening the analysis of large scale international studies: First outcomes of the Thomas J. Alexander Fellowship programme (Willow East Room)

Tuesday, March 11th

9:30 – 10:15

Sousa, E., Sausner, E., Fernandez, F. & Chen, Z. A higher goal: Extending EFA to tertiary education (City Hall Room)

10:15 – 11:45

Smith, W. The effect of national testing policies on school structures and student outcomes. (Roosevelt Room)

Campbell, K. 1964-2014: Re-imagining the Afri-Caribbean Diaspora: Conversations on the role of place in knowledge construction for Trinbagonian migrants to Brooklyn, New York (Mackenzie Room)

Lindsay, B., Simeon, E., Kadaryanto, B., Asino, T. & Rahman, B. STEM for ALL in Comparative Contexts: The Importance of Language and Culture (Dominion Ballroom South)

Liu, J. & Zhao, Q. Change of Teachers’ Collegiality in the Reform -- Examples from Two Districts in Beijing (York Room)

1:45 – 3:15

Fraser, P. The Progressive Ideology impact on the Chilean Educational debates and reforms at the beginning of the Twentieth Century (Kent Room)

3:30 – 5:00

Yan, Y. Implementing “Flipped Classroom” in Chinese Classroom (Davenport Room)

Wednesday, March 12th

8:00 – 9:30

Anderson, E. The Social Media Construction of Education for Women's Empowerment (Peel Room)

Stager, S., Obeysekare, E. & Asino, T. Are Massively Open Online Courses a way for developing countries to realising EFA goals or another ICT tool for the privileged (Elgin Room)

Brezicha, K.: Examining Immigrant Students Feelings of Belonging and their Political Socialization in the Nordic Countries (Yorkville West)

Wik Hung, P. The Role of Instruction under Test-Based Accountability Policy (Yorkville West)

Chung, H.J. Uncovering the Cross-National Differences in Shadow Education (Yorkville West)

Tao, Y. Cross-National Analysis of the Role of School Choice in Educational Inequality (Yorkville West)

Parvin, R. & LeTendre, G. ICT for Learning- Transforming Children’ Future (Spruce Room)

Tang, H. Cultural Awareness Impacts Chinese Learners’ Perceptions of MOOCs (Elgin Room)

8:00 – 12:45

Fraser, P. New Scholars Dissertation Workshop: The Worldwide Diffusion of Teacher Professional Autonomy (Davenport Room)

12:00 – 1:30

Tiwari, A. & Shouse, R. Corporal punishment is banned in schools? Status of global movements to outlaw corporal punishment (Elgin Room)

1:45 – 3:15

Anagiotos, C. Cypriot, Greek-Cypriot or Turkish-Cypriot? How young adults in Cyprus learn their national identity (Cedar Room)

3:30 – 5:00

Baker, D. Author Meets Critics: The Schooled Society: The Educational Transformation of Global Culture (Oxford Room)

5:15 – 6:45

Buchko O.V. Exemplary Leadership Competencies Viewed From a Cross-Cultural Perspective (Peel Room)

7:30 – 10:30

Penn State Reception (Elgin Room)

Thursday, March 13th

8:00 – 9:30

Shouse, R. & Ma, C. Creative Learning and Leading in East Asian Schools (Yorkville East Room)

Ye, X. Challenges Chinese Non-immigrant and Immigrant Parents Experienced in Developing their Children’s Emergent Literacy in the U.S. (Yorkville West Room)

8:00 – 11:45

Jeon, H. New Scholars Dissertation Workshop: Varying Education Gradient on Immigrants' Obesity in the United States: Concerns of Sending Countries' Nutrition Transition and Immigrants' Arrival Time (Davenport Room)

Brezicha, K. New Scholars Dissertation Workshop: Examining the relationship between immigrant students' feelings of belonging and political socialization in America and Canada (Davenport Room)

12:00 – 1:30

Munoz, D. & Queupil, J.P. Inter-Institutional Collaboration Networks in Education among Chilean Higher Education Institutions: A Social Network Analysis (Huron Room)

Owiny, S. Environmental scan of literacy practices in Uganda and the role public libraries play to match EFA goals (Oxford Room)

Post, D. & Levitan, J. Student achievement, ethnicity, and after-school work: A comparative study (Spruce Room)

1:45 – 3:15

Henck, A. NGOs and the global ideology of childhood: Interpreting and reproducing world culture through an education policy in Nepal (York Room)

1:45 – 3:15

Lee, J. & Horvatek, R. (De)constructing images of childhood during conflict (York Room)

3:30 – 5:00

Sausner, E. & Brezicha, K. Questioning the metrics: International civic measures and youth political actions in Chile and Colombia (Maple East Room)

Semali, L. The Challenges to Implement EFA Goals for Quality Education in Science Curriculum Reforms in East Africa (Simcoe Room)

Friday, March 14th

8:00 – 9:30

Lee, P.W. The awareness of multicultural education transforms the current practices in museums (Spruce Room)

LeTendre, G., Ikoma, S., Guodong, L. & Akiba, M. Gender Differences in Outside-School Academic Activity: Homework vs. Work at Home (Carleton Room)

10:15 – 11:45

Park, H., Jeon, H. & Byun, S. Do different motivations to become a teacher lead to different results in their student achievement?: The case of South Korea (Mackenzie Room)

Leon, J. & Miranda, A. Bridging the gaps: The role of educational process variables on mitigating achievement differences in Peru (Peel Room)

Zhao, Q. & Liu, J. How to Evaluate Parents’ School Satisfaction: An Analysis of a Quantitative Tool (Oxford Room)

12:00 – 1:30

Cueto, S., Leon, J. & Miranda, A. Classroom composition and the effect of peers on student achievement and socio-emotional characteristics in Peru (Maple East Room)

1:45 – 3:15

Persson, A., Smith, W. & Brezicha, K. Within and Between Generation Assimilation of Immigrant Students in Traditional Settlement Countries (Kensington Room)

Kim-Bossard, M. Exploring imponderabilia: An ethnographic study on Korean immigrant children and their families (Kensington Room)

3:30 – 5:00

Horvatek, R. How does education affect attitudes towards conflict? (Chestnut Room West)

Krupar, A. Rethinking policy in post-conflict adult education in South Sudan and Afghanistan (Chestnut Room West)

Perera, K. Affective similarities and active differences: An analysis of discourses of discipline and control in Sri Lankan academia (Chestnut Room West)

Saturday, March 15th

8:00 – 9:30

Galinova, E. Promoting holistic global citizenship education: What globally engaged students have to say to their schools (Simcoe Room)

10:15 – 11:45

Kryst, E., Kotok, S. & Bovoski, K. Rural /urban disparities in science achievement in post-socialist Eastern European countries: The whole story? (Willow Center)

Ma, C. & Shouse, R. Film Leaders: The Expression of Non-formal "Lingdao" in Chinese Cinema (Peel Room)