Publications and Presentations

Publications and Presentations

 

Publications

Alozie, N., Eklund, J., Rogat, A., & Krajcik, J. (2010). Genetics in the 21st century: the benefits & challenges of incorporating a project-based genetics unit in biology classrooms. The American Biology Teacher, 72(4), 225-230.

Duncan, R. G., Rogat, A. D. and Yarden, A. (2009), A learning progression for deepening students' understandings of modern genetics across the 5th–10th grades. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 46: 655–674.

Krajcik, J. S., Codere, S., Dahsah, C., Bayer, R., & Mun, K. (2014). Planning Instruction to Meet the Intent of the Next Generation Science Standards. Journal of Science Teacher Education.

Lee, J., Adler, I., Bayer, R., & Reichsman, F. (2018). Health in Our Hands: What controls my health? Making sense of gene-environment interactions using on-line simulation. Michigan Science Teacher Association (MSTA) Winter 2018 Newsletter.

 

In process

Adler, I., Bayer, I., Morales, C.J., Tal, T., & Krajcik, J. (To be submitted April, 2020, JRST). Health in Our Hands: A community-inspired project-based learning approach to support social and emotional learning. Journal of Research in Science Teaching (JRST

Adler, I., Bayer, I., Morales, C.J., Tal, T., & Krajcik, J. (to be submitted in 2020). Using participatory approaches to engage schools, families, and community members in a community of practice to  support science learning

 

Blogs 

Norris, C., Adler, I., Bayer, R., Soloway, E., (2019). NGSS Curricula is for all teachers: Use our roadmaps! THE Journal https://thejournal.com/articles/2019/04/23/ngss-curricula.aspx 

 

Technical Reports

Modell, S. & Bayer, I.S. (2020) Summary SEPA Evaluation Report, 6th through 8th Grades – “A New Genomic Framework for Schools and Communities” Curriculum: Health in Our Hands. CREATE for STEM Institute Michigan State University/University of Michigan School of Public Health, Unpublished.

 

International Conferences

Modell, Stephen, Bayer, I.S., Green-Moton, E., Kardia, S. (2021, October). Impact of Diabetes and Addiction Project-based Learning in Genetics Education Program for Underserved Schools and Communities. Abstract accepted to the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual conference, California, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, I., Morales, C.J. (2021, April) Teachers’ perspectives of Three-dimensional Formative Assessments Embedded within a Curriculum: An Initial Study National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2021 virtual annual conference, USA. 

Modell, Stephen, Bayer, I.S. (2021, April). T4 Translation in the Classroom: Teaching Genetics through Projects-based Learning in  Underserved Schools and Communities. Midwest Clinical and Translational Research Meeting

Bayer, I.S., Alexander, B., Greene-Moton, E., Jarosewich, T., Morales, C., and  Adler, I. (2020, November). Bridging science education and public health research perspectives to understand the impact of a community-inspired science curriculum. Abstract submitted to the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual conference, California, USA.

Bayer, IS, Alexander, B., Greene-Moton, E., Jarosewich, T., Morales, C., and  Adler, I. (2020, November). Bridging science education and public health research perspectives to understand the impact of a community-inspired science curriculum. Abstract submitted to the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual conference, California, USA.

Adler, I., Greene-Moton, E., Bayer, I., Modell, S., Tal, T., & Citrin, T. (2018, November). Developing a community-health-educational partnership through CBPR as a means to develop, enact and sustain a health-focused science curriculum. Presented at a roundtable at the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual conference, California, USA.

Bayer, I., Greene-Moton, E., Modell, S., Adler, I., Tal, T., & Citrin, T. (2018, November). Impact and lessons learned from a school-community-academic partnership in sharing urban youth community research projects on type-2 diabetes as a health promotion strategy. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual conference, California, USA.

Modell, S., Bayer, I., Adler, I., Greene-Moton, E., Tal, T., Citrin, T., Kardia, S. (2018, November). How Project-Based Learning in a Middle School Science Curriculum Promotes Healthy Lifestyle Choices in a Racially Diverse Urban School District. Presented as a poster at the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual conference, California, USA.

Modell, S, Greene-Moton E, Bayer IS, Adler I, Citrin T. (2018, March). How Project-Based Learning in a Middle School Science Curriculum Promotes Healthy Lifestyle Choices in a Racially diverse Urban School District. Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center Research Symposium, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Tal, T., Bayer, I., Lee, J., Modell, S., Greene-Moton, E., Citrin, T., & Krajcik, J. (2018, July). “Models in action”: Using scientific knowledge for social action to support science learning. Poster presented at the European Researchers in Didactics of Biology (ERIDOB) annual conference, Spain.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Lee, J., Meyer, J., & Soloway, E. (2018, March). The added value of technology in scaffolding students' learning and modeling practices. Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) annual conference, Georgia, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Lee, J., & Krajcik, J. (2018, March). Scaffolding students when constructing models of phenomena in a project based learning environment. Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) annual conference, Georgia, USA. 

 

Invited Talks

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Greene-Moton, E., Elder, S., & Drzal, N. (2018, April). Health in Our Hands: What controls my health?  A strategic health & science educational partnership to design, enact and sustain a middle school science curriculum). Michigan Department of Education (MDE) –Top 10 in 10 innovations Roadshow, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R. (2018, January). How STEM is being and should be taught given the Next Generation Science Standards . Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) Staff, Michigan State University, USA.

Adler, I., Greene-Moton E., & Elder, S. (2017, May). Health in Our Hands: What controls my health? A new genomic framework for schools and communities. Michigan Department of Education (MDE) – Top 10 in 10 innovations Roadshow, Michigan, USA.

 

Presentations, Seminars and Professional Conferences 

Adler, I., Bayer, R., & Morales, C.J. (2019, April). Examining middle school students’ knowledge attitudes and behavior following participation in the Health in Our Hands curriculum. Poster presented at NIH SciEd: The Annual Conference for NIH Science Education Projects, Washington DC, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Lee, J., Morales, C., & Krajcik, J. (2019, April). Getting through the modeling cycle: Supporting students in sense-making of phenomena. The workshop was conducted at the NARST sponsored session at NSTA annual conference, Missouri, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Greene-Moton, E., Elder, S., & Morales, C. (2019, March). Health in Our Hands: How Project-Based Learning in a Middle School Science Curriculum Promotes Healthy Lifestyle Choices in a Racially Diverse Urban School District. Paper presented at Healthy Flint Research Coordination Center (HFRCC), annual research symposium, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Morales, C., Sparks, A. (2019, March). Getting through the modeling cycle: Supporting students in sense-making of phenomena. Workshop conducted at the Michigan Science Teacher Association (MSTA) annual conference, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., & Morales, C. (2019, February). Health in Our Hands: A community inspired project-based learning approach to teaching and learning science. Paper presented at CREATE for STEM Seminar Series, CREATE for STEM Institute, Michigan State University, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Hug, B., & Stark, L. (2018, May). Sometimes it takes more than two to tango: Successes and challenges of partnerships for curriculum development, enactment, and dissemination. Workshop conducted at NIH SciEd: The Annual Conference for NIH Science Education Projects, Washington DC, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., & Elder, S. (2018, May). Developing a partnership through a Community-based Participatory Research approach to develop, enact and sustain a health-focused science curriculum. Poster presented at NIH SciEd: The Annual Conference for NIH Science Education Projects, Washington DC, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Lee, J., & Krajcik, J. (2018, March). Building middle school students' experience with scientific practices using gene-environment interactions to make sense of Type 2 diabetes. Workshop conducted at the National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) annual conference, Georgia, USA. 

Adler, I., Bayer, R., McClendon, D. (2018, March). Health in Our Hands: A free life science middle school curriculum. Workshop conducted at the Michigan Science Teacher Association (MSTA) annual conference, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., McClendon, D. (2018, March). Health in Our Hands: Using online simulations to explain phenomena. Workshop conducted at the Michigan Science Teacher Association (MSTA) annual conference, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., McClendon, D. (2018, March). Health in Our Hands: Using a Driving Question board to explain phenomena. Workshop conducted at the Michigan Science Teacher Association (MSTA) annual conference, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., McClendon, D., & Elder, S. (2017, July). Using online simulations for inquiry in class. Workshop conducted at the Flint Summer Symposium, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., McClendon, D., & Elder, S. (2017, July). A driving Question Board: A pedagogical tool to engage students in making sense of phenomena. Workshop conducted at the Flint Summer Symposium, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Hug, B., Bayer, R., & Krajcik, J. (2017, May). Curriculum Development and the NGSS: Connecting science with the lived world of our students. Workshop conducted at NIH SciEd: The Annual Conference for NIH Science Education Projects, Washington DC, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Citrin, T., & Krajcik, J. (2017, May). Weaving together schools and communities through models in action. Poster presented at NIH SciEd: The Annual Conference for NIH Science Education Projects, Washington DC, USA.

Adler, I., Bayer, R. (2017, March). How can a sand-rat simulation investigate human health? Workshop conducted at the Michigan Science Teacher Association (MSTA) conference, Michigan, USA.

Adler, I., Lee, J., Damery, K., Bayer, R., & Krajcik, J. ( 2017, February). Weaving together schools and communities through models in action. Poster presented at the CREATE for STEM mini conference, Michigan State University, USA.

Adler, I., Lee, J., Damery, K., Bayer, R., Krajcik, J., Meyer, J., & Soloway, E. (2017, February). Getting there: Where, why, and how? Visualization tools to keep students on track and stimulate motivation. Poster presented at the CREATE for STEM mini conference, Michigan State University, USA.

 

Webinars

Adler, I., Bayer, R., Soloway, E., (2019). A Deep Dive from the Teacher’s perspective into a Middle School NGSS-Aligned Curricula: “Health in Our Hands”. THE journal.   https://steamuniverse.com/webcasts/2019/03/ngss-elementary-grades-part-…;