Four School of Education faculty members present research findings at California Educational Research Association Meeting in Anaheim

Monday, December 5, 2011

Last week four School of Education faculty members make presentations about their research projects at the California Educational Research Association (CERA) meeting in Anaheim, CA. The four were Dr. Conni Campbell (, Associate Dean for Undergraduate programs on her research about "effecting grading practices in K-12 classrooms."  Dr. Corey McKenna (, Associate Professor at Bakersfield and Program Director of the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program presented in the teacher effectiveness track on the topic of "There's an App for That:  The effectiveness of iPads as learning tools in elementary classrooms." Dr. Josh Emmett (, assistant professor at Bakersfield and Dean McGee, Bakersfield adjunct  and Principal of Bakersfield West High School together presented on an a research project at McGee's School under the title: "Investigating 'think gold': A student achievement program to promote performance for high-stakes testing."  Specific information on their presentations can be obtained by contacting the individual faculty members at their email addresses.