Presentations

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equip-presentation

Mentzer, G.A., and Duckett, T.R. (2016).

The Well-EQUIPped Classroom: Using the Electronic Quality of Inquiry Protocl to evaluate effects of science inquiry professional development on PreK-3 classroom practice.

American Evaluation Association national conference. Atlanta, GA: October 24-29.

 
 
 
Develop TL

Mentzer, G.A., and Struble, J. (2012).

Developing science teacher leaders to facilitate the implementation of project-based science in schools: Preliminary findings.

National Association for Research in Science Teaching national conference. Indianapolis, IN: March 25-28.

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Exploring Effectiveness of TLMentzer, G. A., Brooks, L., Czerniak, C. M., and Czajkowski, K. (2012).

Exploring the effectiveness and utilization of teacher leader support and resources through social network analysis.

National Science Foundation Math Science Partnership annual conference.  Washington, D.C., January 22-24.

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IMPACT

Mentzer, G.A., and Czerniak, C.M. (2012).

What do secondary school students in high needs urban schools think of science? A survey of student perceptions of the value of science.

Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI, January 4-8.

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Integration of Eval

Mentzer, G. (2010).

The long and winding road: How the integration of evaluation performance measures and results can lead to better quality evaluations.

Paper presented at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX, November 10-13.

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measure effect

Mentzer, G. (2009).

Measuring the effectiveness of an introduction to urban teaching course: Correcting commonly held stereotypes.

Paper presented at the Ohio Program Evaluators’ Group annual conference, Columbus, OH, May 15.

 

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“Accuracy of observation is the equivalent of accuracy of thinking.” – Wallace Stevens