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Nicole Zapparrata, Prof. Patricia Brooks, and Alumna Teresa Ober to present at BUCLD and receives Paula Menyuk Award!
Nicole M. Zapparrata PhD student Nicole Zapparrata, Professor Patricia Brooks, and Alumna Dr. Teresa Ober will present at the Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) during Poster Session 2 on Friday November 5th (12:30 – 2:00pm). Their poster is titled “Is Developmental Language Disorder associated with slower processing speed across domains?” (more…)
Symposium on Teaching Statistics November 2 @ 2 pm (ET)
Feedback Matters: Best Practices for Designing & Delivering Effective and Equitable Feedback–Ed Psych Lecture Series
Dr. Anastasiya Lipnevich (Ed Psych PhD Program Grad Center & Queens College) and Dr. Ernesto Panadero (Deusto University & IKERBASQUE Basque Foundation for Science) will present at the Queens College Ed Psych Lecture Series on October 27th from 12:15 to 1:15 PM. To register for the Zoom lecture, click here.
R in an Hour with Dr. Keith Markus
Join Dr. Keith Markus for an introduction to R Data Analysis Software!
Colloquium December 7th at 2pm: “Using a participatory approach to improve autism understanding and help autistic adolescents and adults thrive”
On Tuesday, December 7, 2pm (via Zoom and in person), Professor Kristen Gillespie-Lynch, College of Staten Island and Graduate Center, will present “Using a participatory approach to improve autism understanding and help autistic adolescents and adults thrive.” Zoom link, room information, and abstract to follow.
Colloquium October 26th at 2pm: “From Talk to Text: Dialog as a Path to Critical Thinking and Writing”
On Tuesday, Oct 26, 2pm (via Zoom), Professor Deanna Kuhn and Mariel Halpern, Teachers College, Columbia, and Juanita Martin, Graduate Center will present “From Talk to Text: Dialog as a Path to Critical Thinking and Writing” Zoom link and abstract to follow.
Open House October 4th and November 4th!
Are you interested in using psychological and advanced statistical methods to study how we learn? Our department is having an open house on October 4th at 6pm and November 4th at 4pm! Click here to register During the open house, you will learn more about: Curriculum and Requirements Applying to the Program Research Opportunities Graduate […]
Open House for the Educational Psychology PhD Program on June 7th!
Are you interested in using psychological and advanced statistical methods to study how we learn? Our department has 3 open house sessions this year! (more…)
“Risk, Self-Regulation, and The Promise of Education” Dr. Steven Holochwost Colloquium on May 24th!