The last time I presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) conference was 2016 - in Baltimore! This year, it is in Chicago, and I am presenting several projects with doctoral students and colleagues.
A Bayesian Approach to Making Sense of Uncertainty in the Science Classroom Uncertainty and Sensemaking in Science Classrooms, 1:00-2:30pm Wednesday, 19 April, 2023 (with Marcus Kubsch, Mine Dogucu, and E.J. Wagenmakers
A Curriculum Analysis of The Sources of Data and Data Engagements of Science Students, 10:30am-12:00pm Thursday, 20 April, 2023 (with Amanda Garner)
Distributing Epistemic Functions and Tasks – Towards a Methodological Approach for Using ML in Science Education, 1:10-2:40pm Thursday, 20 April, 2023 (with Marcus Kubsch and Christina Krist)
Make Graphs? A Survey of Teachers on How Their Students Analyze and Interpret Data Strengthening Science Teachers’ NGSS-Aligned Instruction by Focusing on Students, 8:25-9:55am Wednesday, 19 April, 2023 (with Omiya Sultana, Aaron Reedy, Elizabeth Schultheis, and Melissa Kjelvik)
I’m happy to be (back) in Chicago for NARST; it has been fun to catch up with friends I haven’t seen in awhile. It also is helpful to engage with the science education field in this venue deeply - different from at AERA, which is a more general (and education-wide) conference.