Publications & Presentations

Publications:

Thomas, C. N., van Garderen, D., Sadler, K., Decker, M. A., & Hanuscin, D.  (in press). Applying a Universal Design for Learning framework to meet the language demands of science. In M. Koomen, S. Kahn, C. Atchinson, & T. Wild (Eds.) Toward Inclusion of All Learners Through Science Teacher Education.

Hanuscin, D., Lipsitz, K., Cisterna, D., Arnone, K.A., van Garderen, D., de Araujo, Z., & Lee, E.J. (2016). Developing coherent conceptual storylines: Two elementary challenges. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 27(4), 393-414. DOI 10.1007/s10972-016-9467-2

Arnone, K., & Morris, B. (2014). "Sounds" Like Science. Science and Children. v51 n6, 82-84.

Hanuscin, D., van Garderen, D., Menon, D., Davis, J., Lee, E. J., & Smith, S. R. (2013). Quality Elementary Science Teaching: A           Professional Development QUEST. In R. A. Yager (Ed.) Exemplary science: Best practices in professional development. NSTA Press:           Arlington, VA.

van Garderen, D., Hanuscin, D., Lee, E., Kohn, P. (2012) QUEST: A collaborative professional development model to meet the needs of           diverse learners in K-6 science. Psychology in the Schools 49(5), 429-443.

Hanuscin, D., van Garderen, D., Menon, D., Davis, J., Lee, E. J., & Smith, S. R. (2011). Teacher? Learner? Both! Science and Children. v48 n6           p55-59.

Presentations:

van Garderen, D., Thomas, C. N., Sadler, K. (2017, April). Universal Design for Learning: Reaching ALL Students in Science.  Presentation at the annual meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, Boston, MA.

Lipsitz, K. Hanuscin, D., & Cisterna, D., (2017, March) ASTE-Sponsored Session: Crafting Coherent Conceptual Storylines: Lessons in Designing Lessons. Presentation at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association. Los Angeles, CA.

Hanuscin, D., Cisterna, D., & Lipsitz, K. (April, 2017) Characterizing Elementary Teachers' Initial PCK for Teaching Structure and Properties of Matter in Related Paper Set: Teachers' PCK for Structure and Properties of Matter: Methodological and Practical Considerations, presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. San Antonio, TX.

Hanuscin, D. & Zangori, L. (April, 2017) Making Sense of the NGSS: Preservice Teachers' Practical Knowledge. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. San Antonio, TX.

Hanuscin, D., de Araujo, Z., Cisterna, D., Ehlert, M., & Lipsitz, K. (2017, April) Quality Elementary Science Teaching (QuEST): A University-
Based Elementary Summer Science Camp. Paper presented in Symposium: Examining the Impacts of Practicum-Based Professional Development at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Antonio, TX.

Hanuscin, D. & Cisterna, D. (2016, October) Developing Conceptual Storylines. Session presented at the annual meeting of the Science
Teachers of Missouri (STOM). Columbia, MO.

King, K., Hanuscin, D., Kremenak, J., & Williams, W. (2016, October) What's the matter with models of matter?Session presented at the annual meeting of the Science Teachers of Missouri (STOM). Columbia, MO.

Gillstrom (Lipsitz), K.., Hanuscin, D., Cisterna, D. (2016, April). Universal Design for Learning: An powerful way to teach electrical                                     currents. Presentation at the National Science Teachers Association conference, Nashville, TN.

van Garderen, D., Hanuscin, D., Arnone, K., Hager, T., O'Day, B. (2015, December). Universal Design for Learning: An attractive way to                           teach magnetic interactions. Presentation at the National Science Teachers Association area conference, Kansas City, MO.

van Garderen, D., Hanuscin, D., & Gilstrom, K. (2015, November Science for ALL: Barriers and Solutions. Faculty Research Discussion                               Series, The BRIDGE, College of Education, University of Missouri, MO.

Thomas, C. N. (2015, October). Physics for All: Inclusive Quality Elementary Science Teaching (QuEST). Interactive paper at the 37th                                annual International Conference on Learning Disabilities, Las Vegas, NV.

Romance, N., et al. (2015, April) Toward Building a Foundation for Teaching and Learning in Elementary Science: Highlighting Six NSF                   Projects. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of NARST: A Worldwide Organization for Improving Science Teaching and                   Learning through Research. Chicago, IL.

Hanuscin, D., de Araujo, Z., Lee, E.J., Arnone, K.A., Gillstrom, K. (2015, April) Conceptual Storylines: Examining Teachers' Criteria for                     Evaluating Lessons. Paper presented at the annual meeting of NARST: A Worldwide Organization for Improving Science Teaching                         and Learning through Research. Chicago, IL.

Lee, E.J., & Hanuscin, D. (2015, January). Conceptual Storylines: Another Dimension of Teachers’ Understanding of the 5E Learning                     Cycle. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education. Portland, OR.

Arnone, KA, de Araujo, Z., Hanuscin, D., & Gillstrom, K. (2015, January). Assessing elementary teachers' PCK for magnetism: Challenges and           insights.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education. Portland, OR. [click here]

Lee, E., van Garderen, D., & Hanuscin, (2013, October). They are not dumb: They are different. Workshop presented at the Science Teachers            of Missouri (STOM) Fall Conference, Columbia, MO.

Hanuscin, D. L., van Garderen, D., & Lee, E. (2013, January). The QUEST for quality elementary science teaching for all students. Paper            presented at the ASTE International Conference, Charleston, SC.

Hanuscin, D. L., van Garderen, D., Lee, J. E., Presley, M., Hill, T., Sinha, S., & Cite, S. (2013, January). Breaking the Cycle: Supporting            Elementary Teachers’ Understanding and Ability to Apply 5E Model. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for            Science Teacher Education. Charleston, SC.

Hanuscin, D., van Garderen, D., Hager, T. (2012, October). Supporting Quality Elementary Science Teaching for ALL. Session presented
           at the Science Teachers of Missouri annual conference. St. Louis, MO.

Hanuscin, D. van Garderen, D., Hager, T., Arnone, E., Menon, D., Lee, E., Hill, T. (2012, March). QUEST: Quality Elementary Science            Teaching. Session presented at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association. Indianapolis, IN.

Hanuscin, D., van Garderen, D., Lee, E., & O’Day, B. (2012, March). Meeting the Needs of all Students in Science Classrooms: A Collaborative            QUEST. Session presented at the annual meeting of the association for Science Education for Students with Disabilities.
           Indianapolis, IN.

Hanuscin, D., van Garderen, D., Menon, D., Lee, E., Cite, E., Sinha, S., Hill, T., Presley, M. (2011, October). Supporting Quality Elementary            Science Teaching for ALL. Session presented at the Science Teachers of Missouri annual conference. Columbia, MO.

Hanuscin, D., Menon, D., Lee, E., & Cite, S. (2011, January). Developing PCK for teaching teachers through a mentored internship in teacher            professional development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education. Minneapolis, MN.

Menon, D.,  Hanuscin, D., & van Garderen, D. (2010, July). QUEST: Quality elementary science teaching. Contributed poster at the 2010            Physics Education Research Conference. Portland, OR. 

Hanuscin, D., van Garderen, D., Menon, D., Hager, T., Smith, R., Davis, J., Lee, E. J., (2010, October) QUEST: Quality Elementary Science            Teaching. Session presented at the NSTA Area Conference on Science Education: Kansas City, MO.

van Garderen, D., Hanuscin, D., Menon, D., Hager, T., Smith, R., Davis, J., Lee, E. J., & Kohn, P. (2010, January). Science for ALL: Designing           instruction for diverse learners. Annual conference of the University of Missouri Student Council for Exceptional Children: Columbia,           MO.

Hanuscin, D., van Garderen, D., Menon, D., Hager, T., Smith, R., Davis, J., & Lee, E. J. (2009, October). QUEST: Quality elementary science           teaching. Session presented at the annual meeting of the Science Teachers of Missouri: Jefferson City, MO.

Hanuscin, D., van Garderen, D., & Menon, D. (2009, October). From idea to implementation: The QUEST for quality professional           development. Mathematics and Science Education Colloquium. University of Missouri.



 

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