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ENHP Well Represented at New England Educational Research Organization Meeting
ENHP Associate Professor Karen Case accompanied six doctoral students in educational leadership and two alumni who presented their completed dissertation research and research in progress at the 44th Annual Meeting of the New England Educational Research Organization (NEERO) in Portsmouth, N.H., in May 2012.
NEERO is a regional affiliate of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and provides a forum for the dissemination of scholarship. See a list of the research presentations by the doctoral students and alumni.
Faculty member Suzi D’Annolfo from ENHP’s Department of Education and two of her colleagues presented at the conference on two different topics. In the first, "Implementation of Building Blocks for Student Engagement: Looking Through the Eyes of the Learner," D’Annolfo co-presented with Jeffery A. Schumann from the Newington Public Schools. The two collaborated with Gregory Farley of East Stroudsburg University/Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District on a second presentation, "A Comprehensive Effective Teaching Template for Planning, Observing and Reflection."