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Dr. Michael Coyne becomes the Editor of the Elementary School Journal

 

Dr. Michael Coyne has been selected to be Co Editor-in-Chief of the Elementary School Journal. Dr. Suzanne Wilson and Dr. Sarah Woulfin from the Neag School  will be Associate Editors.  Congratulations, Drs. Coyne, Wilson, and Woulfin for bringing this influential journal to Neag!

The Elementary School Journal has served researchers, teacher educators, and practitioners in the elementary and middle school education for more than one hundred years. ESJ publishes peer-reviewed articles that pertain to both education theory and research and their implications for teaching practice. In addition, ESJ presents articles that relate the latest research in child development, cognitive psychology, and sociology to school learning and teaching.” See here for more information about the Elementary School Journal.

Dr. Lisa Sanetti recently publishes a new article in “Psychology in the Schools”

 

Dr. Lisa Sanetti recently publishes an article with Neag alumni Drs. Melissa Collier-Meek and Lindsay Fallon in “Psychology in the Schools”  – Incorporating Applied Behavior Analysis to Assess and Support Educators’ Treatment Integrity. Congratulations, and thank you for your contributions!

To see more CBER researchers’ publications, please see here.

Join us for our next Breakfast Brown Bag event on Monday, March 20th – “Squeezing water from a stone: Getting research from school collaborations.”

Monday, March 20
9:00 – 10:00 Gentry 101
Dr. Adam Feinberg and Dr. Devin Kearns

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This interactive panel discussion will focus on the opportunities and challenges of conducting research and getting publications from school collaboration and demonstration projects. Panel members will provide examples of current partnerships with teachers, schools, and districts and lead a conversation about strategies for asking and answering research and practice questions in complex applied settings.

Description of B3 Series: CBER’s Breakfast Brown Bag (B3) Series is designed to provide an early window into innovative research conducted by, or in collaboration with, CBER research scientists. Researchers are invited to share current work, and audience members are encouraged ask questions, engage in problem solving, and discuss issues in applied research with CBER researchers. Faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students interested in applied research are welcome.

Bring along your breakfast and join us for our new B3 series on March 20th!