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College of Education

Claudius G. Clemmer

Brown Bag Lunch Research Sessions provide an opportunity for faculty to share their research with the college community. Bring your lunch and join us for a variety of presentations on topics of interest to students, faculty and staff.


 


 

Information about upcoming Brown Bag Research Sessions coming soon!

 

 

Previous Brown Bag Sessions

Single Case Design

Featuring Dr. John Wheeler

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Collaborations Between The Center of Excellence for Sport Science, Coach Education, and SERK

Featuring Drs.  Meg Stone and Mike Ramsey

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Exploring College Women's Gender Identity and Drinking Choices Through Phenomenology  

Featuring Dr. Elizabeth Likis-Werle

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Descriptive Research

Featuring Dr. Jim Fox


Quasi-Experimental Research

Featuring Dr. John Stone


Trend Analysis, Periodic Data Display for Monitoring

Featuring Dr. Kimi Sato

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Conducting Meta-Analysis

Featuring Dr. Carol Trivette

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Correlational Research

Featuring Dr. Allison Barton

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Qualitative Ethnography

Featuring Dr. Karin Keith and Dr. Renee Moran

Drs. Keith and Moran on presented information on Qualitative Research including Ethnography and Grounded Theory.

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Nov. 10 Research Design Flyer

Research Design Panel Brown Bag Session

Featuring Dr. Alison Barton, Dr. James Fox, Dr. Karin Bartoszuk, Dr. John Wheeler, Dr. John Stone, Dr. Bethany Flora, Dr. Karin Keith, Dr. Renee Moran, Dr. Carol Trivette, Dr. Kimi Sato

This presentation provided a brief overview of educational research design. Faculty listed below gave a short presentation on the listed topic. Full session presentations will be provided for each research design in the Spring.

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Research Designs included:

  • Correlational Research – Dr. Alison Barton
  • Descriptive Studies – Dr. James Fox
  • Randomized Control Trial –Dr. Karin Bartoszuk
  • Single Case Design – Dr. John Wheeler
  • Quasi-Experimental – Dr. John Stone
  • Qualitative
    • Phenomenology – Dr. Bethany Flora
    • Ethnography –Dr. Karin Keith & Dr. Renee Moran
    • Grounded Theory – Dr. Bethany Flora
    • Case Study – Dr. Bethany Flora
    • Narrative – Dr. Bethany Flora
  • Meta-Analysis – Dr. Carol Trivette
  • Trend analysis, periodic data display for monitoring – Dr. Kimi Sato

 

IRB Discussion Flier

 

College Conversation: Painless IRB Review

Dr. William Duncan — Vice Provost for Research,
Dr. Stacey Williams — IRB Chair,
Janine Olive — IRB Director,
Linda Zerby — Campus IRB Coordinator

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Science Brown Bag Research Session

 

Science Teacher Candidates Learn from
Science Education Research!

Andrew Baker, Jessie Crowe, Rachel Denney, Ashlynne Fezell, Daniel Noel, Susan Olmsted, Katie Weinman, Elizabeth Williams, and Rawan Youssef

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Technical Research Support Flier

 

IT Support from Research Computing Services

Featuring Dr. David Currie, Dr. Janet Keener, and Vincent Thompson

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October 7 Brown Bag flyer

A Survey of School Administrators’ and Teachers’ Views of Discipline Referrals for Students With and Without Disabilities

Featuring Leslie Church, Amanda Burton, and
Dr. Jim Fox

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RDC Brown Bag Session

 

How to Write a Successful RDC Grant for Funding: Lessons from a Panel of Awardees

Dr. David Hurley, Chair of the RDC grants
Featuring Drs. Hong, Moran, Nivens, Robertson, and Sato

If you were unable to make it to the RDC Brown Bag session with Dr. Hurley and panel members from our college, please see the RDC website for further information about due dates for RDC small grants, RDC major grants, and the RDC interdisciplinary grant for the 2016-2017 academic year. www.etsu.edu/research/rdc/

 


 

Drs. Hudson and Marks

Teaching Writing Skills in Low-SES, Rural Classrooms: The Impact of Evidence-based Practices on Teacher Pedagogy and Student Achievement

Presented by Dr. Tina Hudson, Dr. Lori Marks, Dr. Kimberly Hale, and Dr. Jim Fox

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