Friday, April 8, 2016 to Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Washington, D.C.

Tricia Maas is presenting CRPE's latest research at the centennial annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Washington, D.C. This year’s event focuses on “Public Scholarship to Educate Diverse Democracies.”

Sunday, April 10

Tricia Maas, Presenting Author
Session: Using Digital Technology to Create Unique Learning Spaces
Time and Location: 2:45 to 4:15pm, Building/Room: Marriott Marquis, Level Two, Marquis Salon 14
Related Paper: The Implementation and Impacts of Blended Learning in Catholic and Jewish Community Day Schools
Abstract: This research explores the implementation and impacts of blended learning in nine independent schools. We draw on interviews, focus groups, surveys, student performance data, and financial and administrative documents to better understand schools’ approaches to blended learning implementation, stakeholder experiences, student outcomes, and impacts on schools’ financial needs.

Findings suggest that blended learning can support academic learning and non-cognitive skill development. However, blended learning implementation demands significant teacher time and teachers require support, especially around data use. Early student outcomes analysis suggests that blended learning is associated with test score increases in math, particularly for students that began the academic year performing low academically. Blended learning has not yet helped schools in this study to substantially freeze or reduce costs.

Tuesday, April 12

Tricia Maas, Panelist
Symposium: Lessons Learned From the Design and Implementation of Personalized Learning in K-12 Schools
Time and Location: 2:15 to 3:45pm, Building/Room: Convention Center, Level One, Room 146A
Related Paper: Creating a System for Innovation: Districts Redesign to Support Personalized Learning

For full conference information, visit AERA's website.

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