AERA Conference in Washington, DC

Kinghorn, B. E., & Britton, E. D. (2016, April). Content needs of early-career secondary science teachers. Proceedings of the 2016 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, D.C. http://www.aera.net/DesktopModules/NOAH_Common/Dialogs/DownloadRepFile.aspx?docID=1062101&Version=1&fileExtension=.pdf Kinghorn, B. E., & Peterson, J. (2016, April). … Continue reading →

Chaminade University Psychology Student Research Conference

Last night my students presented our research at The 1st Chaminade University Psychology Student Research Conference along with other students from BYU-Hawaii, ChaminadeUniversity, and Hawaii Pacific University. It was a wonderful conference. Thanks to Dr. Tracy Treverow and Chaminade University for … Continue reading →

AEPC Poster: Classroom Practices that Facilitate or Hinder Learning Science Content Through Teaching

I spent a wonderful weekend at the inaugural Advances in Educational Psychology Conference (AEPC) in Fairfax, VA last weekend. The conference was sponsored by Division 15 (Educational Psychology) of the American Psychological Association (APA). The format of this conference was … Continue reading →

APS Poster: Relationships Between Middle-School Science Teachers’ Prior Knowledge and their Knowledge Gaps

I just finished attending my first Association for Psychological Science (APS) annual conference in San Francisco. It was wonderful to be back in the city and a great opportunity to mingle with other psychological scientists. I made some great connections … Continue reading →

Video: “Baby Steps to Inquiry” presentation at BYU-Hawaii Symposium on Learning and Teaching

All Things Shall Become New: Becoming the Best Teacher in You, Again and Again Brigham Young University-Hawaii Symposium on Learning and Teaching February 27-28, 2014 As a member of the advisory committee for the Center for Learning and Teaching at Brigham … Continue reading →