WCER and its projects host dozens of lectures, panel discussions and other events throughout the academic year.
You can view video recordings of these lecture series on our website:
Or, you can browse all our videos here!
Wisconsin Public Radio, Aug 18
Education Dive, Aug 8
The Atlantic, Aug 8
WCER Communications, Aug 7
The Capital Times, Jul 14
Lab Manager, Jul 13
"Does Presentation Format Modulate Adults’ Automatic Processing of Proportions?," Rui Meng & Percival Matthews, 2017.
"Evidence for Overt Visual Attention to Hand Gestures as a Function of Redundancy & Speech Disfluency," Amelia Yeo and Martha Alibali, 2017.
"Relations Between Patterning Skill and Differing Aspects of Early Mathematics Knowledge," Emily R.Fyfe, Julia L.Evans, Lauren Eisenband Matz, Kayla M.Hunt & Martha W.Alibali, Cognitive Development, 2017.
"Pulling PreK into a K-12 Orbit: the Evolution of PreK in the Age of Standards," M. Elizabeth Graue, Sharon Ryan, Amato Nocera, Kaitlin Northey and Bethany Wilinski, Early Years: An International Research Journal, 2017.
"Educational Goods: Values, Evidence and Decision Making," Harry Brighouse, Helen F. Ladd, Susanna Loeb, and Adam Swift, 2017
David Gagnon (PI) was awarded $59,102 by the National Science Foundation for the project "Exploring the Universe from Antartica" through 2018.
David Shaffer (PI) was awarded $973,173 from the National Science Foundation for the project "ECR: Assessing Complex Collaborative STEM Learning at Scale with Epistemic Network Analysis" through 2022
Ana Stephens (PI) received $27,297 from the University of Texas-Austin for the project "Identifying Effective Instructional Practices that Foster the Development of Algebraic Thinking in Elementary Schools" through 2021.