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College Board Advanced Placement Program Innovate Kentucky: Create a Spark Little Learners, Big Ideas

Kentucky Association for Gifted Education (housed at The Center for Gifted Studies at WKU)

World Council for Gifted & Talented Children (housed at The Center for Gifted Studies at WKU)

National Association for Gifted Children

The Association for the Gifted

The Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky (located at WKU)

Presentations

Baxter, D. (2012, October). Beyond the humanities: Bringing creativity to the science classroom. Presented at National Science Teachers Association Area Conference, Louisville, KY.

Baxter, D., Bemiss, A., & Smith, J. (2012, March). Teaching young innovators: Bringing creativity to the science classroom. Presented at National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Crowley, B.M., Wininger, S.R., Gregory, A., & Duck, K. (2013, May). Examination of Pre-Service Teachers’ Self-Regulation of Learning: An Intervention Study. Poster presented at the 2013 Society for Study of Motivation, Washington, DC.

Duck, K., Wininger, S.R., Duffin, L., & Tassell, J. (2014, November). Effect of problem-based learning on interest in mathematics across time for higher achieving students. Paper presented at the 2014 NAGC Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Inman, T. (2010, October). Project GEMS: An Update of Findings. Department of Education Jacob K. Javits Meeting, Washington, DC.

Inman, T., & Crowley, B. (2013, August). The effects of problem-based learning in math and science on high potential elementary school students. Session presented at The 20th Biennial Conference for the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Louisville, KY.

Inman, T., Crowley, B., & Wininger, S. (2013, August). Teacher identification of children with high ability in math and science. Session presented at The 20th Biennial Conference for the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Louisville, KY.

Inman, T., Roberts. J., Wininger, S., & Crowley, B. (2014, April). Project GEMS: Results of a Study in Problem-Based Learning (poster session). Session presented at 2014 Council for Exceptional Children National Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Inman, T., & Wininger, S.R., (2012, November). The effects of problem-based learning in math and science on high potential elementary school students. Session presented at 2012 NAGC Conference, Denver, CO.

Roberts, J. L. (2012). Project GEMS (Gifted Education in Math and Science): The effects of problem-based learning on high-ability children. European Council for High Ability Conference, Muenster, Germany.

Roberts, J. L., Tassell, J. L., Zimmer, M., Hume, C., Heming, A., & Howard, R. (2011, February). Problem-based science for elementary children. Presented at the Kentucky Association for Gifted Education annual conference, Lexington, KY.

Sheffield, L., Tassell, J. L., Roberts, J. L., & Inman, T. (2011, February). Project GEMS and Mentoring Mathematical Minds. Presented at Kentucky Association for Gifted Education annual conference, Lexington, KY.

Tassell, J. L., Roberts, J. L., Bemiss, A., Baxter, D. & Inman, T. (2010, November). Project GEMS: Javits grant supporting PBI for math and science. Session presented at 2012 NAGC Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Tassell, J. L., Roberts, J. L., Wininger, S. & Inman, T. (2011, November). Jazzed about Javits: GEMS data showing impact on student learning in math and science. Session presented at 2011 NAGC Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Tassell, J. L., & Sheffield, L. (2011, October). Do I really need a book? Lessons learned from WKU Project GEMS and EXPLORE grants. Presented at Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics annual conference, Bowling Green, KY.

Tassell, J. L., & Sheffield, L. (2009, October). Project GEMS and Mentoring Mathematical Minds. Presented at Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics annual conference, Lexington, KY.

Wininger, S.R., & Benningfield, S. (2014, August). Effects of Gender and Implicit Theories on Elementary Students’ Achievement and Interest in Science. Poster presented at the 2014 APA Convention in Washington, D.C.

Wininger, S.R., & Hendricks, J. (2013, May). Examination of Implicit Theories of Math Ability, Gender, and Math Achievement. Poster presented at the 2013 Society for Study of Motivation, Washington, DC.

Wininger, S., Inman, T., & Roberts. J. (2013, November). Evaluation of Problem-Based Learning and PBL Plus a Pull-Out Program on Math and Science Achievement for High Achieving Students Over the Course of Four Years. National Association for Gifted Children Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Wininger, S.R., Inman, T., & Roberts, J. (2012, November). Development and utilization of a teacher identification form of student interest in mathematics. Session presented at 2012 NAGC Conference, Denver, CO.

Wininger, S. R., Snow, G., Jones, E., Roberts, J., & Inman, T. (2011, August). Development of the student interest in mathematics scale. Poster presented at the 2011 APA Conference, Washington, DC.

  

Papers 

Benningfield, S. (2013). The effects of gender and implicit theories on science achievement and interest in elementary-aged students. Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1254. Bowling Green, KY: Western Kentucky University.

Crowley, B. (2015). The effects of problem-based learning on mathematics achievement of elementary students across time. Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1446. Bowling Green, KY: Western Kentucky University.

Duck, K. (2014). The effects of problem-based learning on interest in mathematics for elementary students across time. Masters Thesis & Specialist Projects. Paper 1354. Bowling Green, KY: Western Kentucky University. 

Frassinelli, G. (2011). Development of a math interest inventory to identify gifted students from underrepresented and diverse populations. Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Bowling Green, KY: Western Kentucky University.

Hendricks, J. (2012). The effect of gender and implicit theories of math ability on math interest and achievement. Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1147. Bowling Green, KY: Western Kentucky University.

Inman, T. F. (2011). The effects of problem-based learning in math and science on high potential elementary school students. Dissertations. Paper 14. Bowling Green, KY: Western Kentucky University.

Thompson, S. E. (2010), Development of a teacher identification form of student interest in mathematics. Masters Theses & Special Projects. Paper 186. Bowling Green, KY: Western Kentucky University.

Wininger, S.R., Adkins, O., Inman, T. F., & Roberts, J. (2014). Development of a Student Interest in Mathematics Scale for Gifted and Talented Programming Identification. Journal of Advanced Academics, 25, 403-422.

Zirchelbach, A. C. (2011). Identifying gifted students in science. Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1057.  Bowling Green, KY: Western Kentucky University.

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