CSOTTE

Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education

Three graduate students from the School of Education's department of Curriculum & Instruction made presentations at the CSOTTE conference in San Antonio on October 21st. Each student presented her action research, done during her Intern year, in a poster presentation format in the Emerging Scholars Track of the conference.

The girls (from l to r below) and their presentation titles were:

Katie Nelson: Does Letter Formation Matter?

Laura Haigler: The Effect of Whole-Class versus Small Group Discussion on Student Comprehension of Poetry.

Michelle Solomon: Analyzing the Causes of Underachievement in a Gifted and Talented Student

CSOTTE group


Leanne L. Howell, PhD, from the department of Curriculum and Instruction, was their faculty sponsor.

CSOTTE

katie nelson
laura haigler
2013-10-21 Katie HDR
michelle solomon
2013-10-21 Laura HDR
2013-10-21 laura
2013-10-21 michelle and laura
2013-10-21 michelle presents HDR
katie presenting
laura and doug
michelle presenting
2013-10-21 10.11.54 HDR