EdTech’s Patrick Lowenthal will present a prodigious amount of research next month at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) in New York. City.
He and co-authors Laurie Cavey, Michele Carney, Jason Libberton, and Tatia Totorica will present on Preparing secondary mathematics teachers using video cases of student thinking with a focus on functional reasoning.
Then he and EdTech Associate Chair Chareen Snelson will present In Search of a Better Understanding of Social Presence: An Investigation into how Researchers Define Social Presence.
Lowenthal teams up with EdTech doctoral graduate Glori Hinck and EdTech colleagues Kerry Rice and Ross Perkins on Quality Assurance in Online MBA Programs: An Investigation of Key Stakeholder Perceptions.
Finally, he and Joanie Dunlap of the University of Colorado-Denver present on Teaching Online: An analysis of online educators’ lessons learned designing and facilitating online courses.