Deborah Rivas-Drake, Stephanie J. Rowley Collegiate Professor of Education and Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan, will deliver a May 3 keynote presentation titled, “Promoting Socioemotional Development in Racially Minoritized Youth.”Full Article
Do you manage research or administrative data? Do you collect data from schools, teachers and families? Do you export and analyze those data and need them to be connected? Are easily understandable visuals crucial to sharing information with your audience?Full Article
Treatment fidelity is a multifaceted concept that can be very difficult to measure well. During his presentation, Bovaird drew parallels between treatment fidelity and general psychological and educational measurement, focusing on the concepts of construct explication, reliability, validity and the potential benefits of utilizing treatment fidelity information — or the consequences of failing to do so.Full Article
Research collaborations and partnerships are essential for early childhood researchers.
During a Dec. 5 NAECR Networking event, Jocelyn Bosley, UNL research impact coordinator, shared her strategies for coordinating research impacts, including the facilitation of research partnerships.Full Article
Through all the societal changes of the past few years, the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools has remained focused on impacting lives through research that advances learning and development.
With diverse partners in research, practice and policy, the center continues to work to address the social, behavioral and educational needs of communities in Nebraska and beyond, leveraging research and collaboration to make a difference in the lives of others — from birth to adulthood.Full Article
Establishing and sustaining productive research partnerships is critical for early childhood researchers, but these can sometimes be difficult to create.
A panel of University of Nebraska early childhood researchers and community partners from across Nebraska led a virtual discussion Nov. 17 about the importance of creating and maintaining research partnerships in the first NAECR Knowledge event of the fall.Full Article
Andy Garbacz, associate professor of educational psychology and co-director of the School Psychology Program in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin, led the first presentation of the Fall 2022 Methodology Applications Series Sept. 30.Full Article