Highlights of AERA 2019 Toronto Canada

At the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) in Toronto, Canada, RLDL lab members were engaged in various programs and presentations. Our members had eight presentations:

Paper Sessions

Bloom’s digital taxonomy scale: A validation study
Vongkulluksn, V., Lu, L., & Xie, K., Paper Session in SIG-Instructional Technology.

Revisiting teacher beliefs about technology integration: expectancy-value perspectives
Cheng, S.L., Lu, L. & Xie, K., & Vongkulluksn, V., Paper Session in SIG-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning.

Teachers’ value beliefs profiles: antecedents and associations with technology integration practices
Vongkulluksn, V., Hawk, N.A., & Xie, K., Paper Session in SIG-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning.

The implementation of student trackers for desire2learn and canvas lmss for learning analytics for engagement
Chen, S.B. & Xie, K., Paper Session in SIG-Design and Technology.

Roundtable Session

Preparing college students for online learning: design to improve motivation and self-regulation
Lu, L., Jiang, Z. & Xie, K., Roundtable Session in SIG-Design and Technology.

Poster Sessions

Examining learning engagement in context using experience-sampling method
Xie, K., Vongkulluksn, V., & Heddy, B.C., Symposium Session in Division C Learning and Instruction.

PD exposure and teachers’ use of instructional technology: The mediating role of teacher beliefs
Bowman, M., Vongkulluksn, V., & Xie, K., Poster Session in Division K Teaching and Teacher Education.

Individual and contextual factors influence on technology use for cognitive tasks across content areas
Hawk, N.A., Vongkulluksn, V., & Xie, K., Poster Session in SIG-Instructional Technology.

Best Paper Awards

Nathan Hawk won the Best Paper Award from the Special Interest Group-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning (SIG-TACTL). Sheng-Lun Cheng won a Richard C. Anderson Graduate Student Research Award from the National Consortium for Instruction and Cognition (NCIC).

Professional Service

Our lab director Dr. Kui Xie served as a co-chair for Division C New Faculty Mentoring Program and as a mentor for SIG-Design and Technology. He served as the discussant for two paper sessions. He also served as a panelist in the SIG-Design and Technology business meeting. In addition, he was elected as the chair for Special Interest Group-Instructional Technology. Nathan Hawk also served as a chair for a paper session.