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Promote an understanding of neuroscience research within the educational community. We hope to achieve this goal by promoting neuroscience research that has implications for educational practice and by providing a forum for the issues and controversies connecting these two fields.

Monday, August 21, 2017
2011 Annual Meeting - New Orleans

Brain, Neurosciences, and Education SIG Sessions
AERA Annual Meeting, Denver 2010

Symposium

Educational Neuroscience: Three Reports From Research Pioneers
Scheduled Time: Saturday Morning, April 9, 10:35 am to 12:05 pm
Building/Room: Astor Crowne Plaza, Second Level Mezzanine, Toulouse B
Title Displayed in Event Calendar: Educational Neuroscience: Three Reports From Research Pioneers
Session Organizer/Chair: George G. Hruby, University of Kentucky
Participants:
  • The View from Pittsburgh: Consolidating Progress from Neuroscience on Reading. Charles Perfetti, University of Pittsburgh
  • The View From London: Language and Causal Reasoning in Science. Andrew Kenneth Tolmie, Institute of Education - London
  • The View From Nashville: Neuroimaging Approaches to Understanding the Emergence of Early Elementary School Math Skills. Bruce McCandliss, Sackler Institute - Weill Cornell Medical College

Business Meeting

Business Meeting Overview
Scheduled Time: Friday Evening, April 8, 6:15 pm to 7:45 pm
Building/Room: Astor Crowne Plaza, Second Level Mezzanine, Bienville
Title Displayed in Event Calendar: Brain, Neurosciences, and Education SIG Business Meeting: Meeting of the Brains
Session Organizer: Jeffrey W. Gilger, Purdue University

**Members should attend. Nonmembers and interested parties are also welcome**

Symposium

The Centrality of Task Design and Analysis for Documenting the Neural Basis for Mathematics Learning
Scheduled Time: Saturday Afternoon, April 9, 4:05 pm to 5:35 pm
Building/Room: Astor Crowne Plaza, Second Level Mezzanine, Bourbon
Title Displayed in Event Calendar: The Centrality of Task Design and Analysis for Documenting the Neural Basis for Mathematics Learning
Session Organizer/Chair: Stephen R. Campbell, Simon Fraser University
Participants:
  • The Importance of Task Design and Analysis for Sophisticated Statistical Modeling of Learning. Anthony E. Kelly, George Mason University
  • Experimental Design of Natural Cognition in Educational Neuroscience. Mary Layne Kalbfleisch, KIDLAB
  • Task Design for Educational Neuroscience of Mathematical Thinking and Learning. John Y. Baek, Oregon State University; Richard Lesh, Indiana University
  • Spanning Mathematics Education Research and Cognitive Neuroscience: Conceptual, Epistemological, Methodological Divergences. Michael E. Martinez, University of California - Irvine; Mary Layne Kalbfleisch, KIDLAB
Discussant: Stephen R. Campbell, Simon Fraser University

**Members should attend. Nonmembers and interested parties are also welcome**

2011 BNE-SIG Planned Program

Poster Session

Poster Session Overview
Scheduled Time: Sunday Afternoon, April 10, 12:25 pm to 1:55 pm
Building/Room: Sheraton, Fifth Level, Grand Ballroom C
Title Displayed in Event Calendar: Educational Neuroscience: Investigations, Insights, and Issues
Posters:
  • An Event-Related Potentials’ Study on Mental Rotation in Two-Dimensional Tasks of Chemical Structures’ Learning. Chia-Ju Liu, National Kaohsiung Normal University; Houn-Lin Chiu, National Kaohsiung Normal University
  • How the Brain’s Performance During Mathematics and Reading Fluency Tests Compare. Enrique Ortiz, University of Central Florida
  • The Effects of Choice and Achievement Goals on Task Performance and Reward Awareness: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study. Cheon-woo Han, University of Texas - Austin; Sung-Il Kim, Korea University
  • Educational Neuroscience: Methodology and Its Discontents. George G. Hruby, University of Kentucky


Paper Session

Educational Neuroscience: Four Exemplary Levels of Analysis
Scheduled Time: Friday Afternoon, April 8, 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Building/Room: Astor Crowne Plaza, Second Level Mezzanine, Bourbon
Title Displayed in Event Calendar: Educational Neuroscience: Four Exemplary Levels of Analysis
Session Organizer: George G. Hruby, University of Kentucky
Papers:

Educational Neuroscience: An Example in the Context of the Integers.

Jessica Tsang, Stanford University; Kristen Pilner Blair, Stanford University; Laura Bofferding, Stanford University; Miriam Rosenberg-Lee, Stanford University; Daniel L. Schwartz, Stanford University

 

Teachers and Counselors Teaming to Teach National Institutes of Health (NIH) Neuroscience Curriculum for Drug Prevention.

Kris Bosworth, The University of Arizona

 

Qualitative Research in Educational Neuroscience: What Can Be Gleaned From a Single Trial?

Stephen R. Campbell, Simon Fraser University; Olga V.Shipulina, Simon Fraser University; O. Arda Cimen, Simon Fraser University

 

Educators’ Beliefs about Neuroscience and Education: What They Think and Why. Debby M. Zambo, Arizona State University

Ron Zambo, Arizona State University

Discussant: Jeffrey W. Gilger, Purdue University

 

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