Master of Arts in Education Annual Research Presentation – June 4

campus_entryThis year’s Master of Arts in Education “Public Conversations & Poster Session” will take place on Wednesday, June 4, 4:30–7:30pm, at the AUSB campus in Room #343. Each year, the Master’s candidates share their theses and research projects with the public at this informal public “conversation.”

This year, the following eight topics will be presented:

• “Using Multiple Intelligence Concepts to Differentiate Instruction” – Ali Alvarado
• “Motivation in Special Day Classes” – Luvina Ruiz
• “Reading Aloud as an Instructional Tool” – Amy Kroes
• “Evaluating Programs for Underrepresented Students” – Ysenia Perez
• “Evaluating Characteristics of Resilience in Freshman Community College Students” – Alejandra Martinez
• “Data Analysis and Survey Design” – Amanda Andersen
• “Latino Parent Involvement in Education” – Magda Flores
• “Differentiated Math Instruction for Students of Poverty” – Gaby Reyes

Guests will be able to join in the conversations of their choice. Antioch’s Master’s students benefit greatly from these conversations! As they describe – and sometimes defend – their work, their understanding of their topics deepens. The insights they get from these conversations informs their research and helps them understand the implications of their research for the “Discussion” chapter of the thesis. Your presence is welcomed and valued; please join us.

The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

 

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