Presentations & Publications


Conferences

Moving from Standards to Practice: Leading Tomorrow’s Mathematics and Science Education in South Carolina (Feb. 24-25, 2013)

Keynote #1–Mark Windschitl

–Keynote #2–Denise Spangler

Content-Embedded Inquiry-Preparing Mathematics Teachers for the New Standards        

Content-Embedded Inquiry-Preparing Science Teachers for the New Standards

–Panel Discussion:  The Next Five Years-The Future of Mathematics and Science Education in South Carolina

Assessing Mathematics Knowledge—Details about Smarter Balance

Reframing the Discussion about CCSS/NGSS and Students with High Incidence Disabilities

Tools and Resources for Mathematics and Science Practice

Content Literacy Tied to the New Standards           

 

Getting to Work: What does the implementation of the new standards look like? How do we know when students have been successful?

–Math-Dr. Denise Spangler    |   Second Document–What they need to know    |     Mathematical Practices Poster               

–Science–Dr. Mark Windschitl                                    

 

Teacher Effectiveness: What are first steps for you and your colleagues? How do we make sure teachers know what the new standards truly mean for their classroom?  How do we get them to engage students in rigorous learning based on the standards?

–Math–Dr. Denise Spangler                                                                     

–Science–Dr. Mark Windschitl                                 

 

Scaffolding Teacher Effectiveness in Mathematics and Science Education

Methods of Inquiry and the New Standards: A Teacher’s Perspective

–Panel Discussion: Helping Mathematics and Science Teachers Meet Expectations for the New Standards

–Getting Started with the Mathematical Practices–Tomorrow!                

A Framework for Effectively Integrating Students with High Incidence Disabilities into CCSS/NGSS

Using Puzzling Phenomena to Anchor Units of Instruction                   

Connection between Assessment and Practice–How to Avoid a Return to Drill and Kill

–Challenges, Opportunities, and Solutions for the New Standards          

 

Industry and Education: Working Together to Strengthen the Workforce of Tomorrow (Feb., 2008)

conference-agenda.pdf | Powerpoint of conference | Overview of Inquiry in Motion  | Tom Kurfess’ PowerPoint

Recent Presentations

Roth, K.; Marshall, J. C.; Taylor, J.; Wilson, C.; & Hvidsten, C. (2014, Apr.). Impact of Science Professional Development on Student Learning: Four Studies Awaken Dialogue. Research symposium presented at National Association of Researchers of Science Teaching. Pittsburg, PA.

Marshall, J. C.; Alston, D. M. (2014, Jan.). Transitioning to a New Level of Excellence: How to Bridge from NGSS to New Instructional Practice. Research presentation at Association of Science Teacher Education. San Antonio, TX.

Alston, D. M.; Marshall, J. C. (2014, Jan.). Inquiry in Motion: A Quantitative and Qualitative Look at How a Professional Development Program Can Change Teachers’ Beliefs about Inquiry-Based Instruction. Research presentation at Association of Science Teacher Education. San Antonio, TX.

Marshall, J. C. (2014, Mar.). A New Era of Learning: Transforming Math and Science Practice. Research presentation at Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). Los Angeles, CA.

Alston, D.M.; Marshall, J. C. (2014, April). Producing Productive Participants: Developing Teacher Leaders through Sustained Professional Development. Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. Boston, MA.

Marshall, J. C. (2014, April). ASTE: A Paradigm Shift is Underway—Are You and Your Students Ready? Research Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. Boston, MA.

Nugent, G. C.; Marshall, J. C.; Pedersen, J.; Minner, D.; & Delisi, J. (2013, April). Understanding Inquiry Classroom Practice through Measurement of Teacher Inquiry Skills. Research Presentation at National Association of Researchers of Science Teaching. Puerto Rico.

Marshall, J. C. (2013, April). Giving up Before the Finish Line: Teacher Transformation Resulting in Improved Student Achievement Takes Time. Research Presentation at National Association of Researchers of Science Teaching. Puerto Rico.

Marshall, J. C. (2012, Oct.) The Keys to Improved Learning: 19 Ways to Transform Teacher Performance. Plenary presentation given at Noyce Conference, Indianapolis, IN

Smart, J. & Marshall, J. C. (2012, April). Comparative Analysis of Two Inquiry Observational Protocols: Striving to Understand the Quality of Inquiry-Based Instruction. Research paper presented at AERA. New Orleans, LA.

Marshall, J. C. & Higdon, R. (2012, Mar.). Moving from Activity-Mania to Meaningful Learning. Research Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. Indianapolis, IN.

Higdon, R. & Marshall, J. C. (2012, Mar.). Transforming Classroom Interactions for Meaningful Science Learning Experiences. Research Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. Indianapolis, IN.

Marshall, J. C. (2012, Mar.). The Keys to Improved Learning: 19 Ways to Transform Teacher Performance. Research Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. Indianapolis, IN.

Marshall, J. C. (2012, Mar.). 5 Keys to Facilitating Classroom Discourse that Improves Student Achievement. Research Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. Indianapolis, IN.

Marshall, J. C. & Smart J. (2012, Jan.). Interactions between Classroom Discourse, Teacher Questioning, and Student Cognitive Engagement in Middle School Science. Research paper given at Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE) international conference. Clearwater, FL.

Marshall, J. C.; Lotter, C.; & Smart, J. (2012, Jan.). Measuring the Quality of Inquiry-based Instruction: Comparative Analysis of Two Inquiry Observational Protocols. Research paper given at Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE) international conference. Clearwater, FL.

Marshall, J. C.; Smart, J.; & Lotter, C. (2011, April). Comparative analysis of two inquiry observational protocols: Striving to understand the quality of inquiry-based instruction. Research paper presented at NARST. Orlando, FL.

Smart, J. & Marshall, J. C. (2011, April). Discourse and Related Student Cognitive Engagement in Middle School Science Classrooms. Research paper presented at NARST. Orlando, FL.

Marshall, J. C. (2011, Mar). Uniting Formative Assessment, Reflective Practice, and Inquiry to Strengthen Instruction. Research presentation at Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). San Francisco, CA.

Marshall, J. C. (2011, Jan). Teachers’ Transformation to Inquiry-Based Instructional Practice. Research paper given at Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE) international conference. Minneapolis, MN. PowerPoint | Paper

Marshall, Jeff C. (2011, Jan) Inquiry Instruction that Facilitates Improved Student Achievement. Workshop led at ASTE, Minneapolis, MN.

Marshall, J. C. (2010, March). The Relationship of Teacher Facilitated Inquiry-Based Instruction to Student Higher-Order Thinking. Research paper presented at NARST. Philadelphia, PA

Marshall, J. C. (2010, March). EQUIP: A Valid Measure for Assessing Inquiry-Based Instruction. Research paper presented at NARST. Philadelphia, PA.

Marshall, J. C. (2010, March). EQUIPping Teachers to Achieve Meaningful Inquiry-based Teaching and Learning. Research Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. Philadelphia, PA. EQUIP NSTA 2010 Presentation

Marshall, J. C. (2010, March). Inquiring Minds Want to Grow: Building Intentional Practice. Research Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. Philadelphia, PA.

Marshall, Jeff C. (2009, Nov.). Building and Implementing a Formative Plan to Improve Inquiry-Based Instruction. Paper presented at South Carolina Science Council’s annual meeting. Myrtle Beach, SC. EQUIP Abbreviated |PowerPoint

Marshall, J. C. (2009, April). The Creation, Validation, and Reliability Associated with the EQUIP (Electronic Quality of Inquiry Protocol): A Measure of Inquiry-Based Instruction. Research paper presented at National Association of Researchers of Science Teaching (NARST) conference. Orange County, CA. PowerPoint | Research Paper

Cronin, J., Marshall, J. C., & Xiang, Y. (2009, April). Assessing the effectiveness of a science and mathematics teacher development program through use of Virtual Comparison Groups. Paper presented at the National Association of Researchers of Science Teaching (NARST) National Conference. PowerPoint | Research Paper

Smart, J. & Marshall, J. C (2009, April). Three Teachers’ Approaches to Content Embedded Inquiry-Based Instructional Practice. Research paper presented at AERA conference. San Diego, CA.

Marshall, J. C. (2009, Mar.). 4 Steps for Improving Inquiry-Based Teaching and Learning. Research Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. New Orleans, LA.

Marshall, J. C. (2009, Mar.). An Innovative Approach to Web-Based, Inquiry-Based Lesson Planning. Research Presentation at National Science Teacher’s Association. New Orleans, LA.

Marshall, J. C. (2009, Jan.). K-12 Science and Mathematics Teachers’ Beliefs About and Use of Inquiry in the Classroom. Paper presented at Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE) international conference. Hartford, CT.

Smart, J. & Marshall, J. C. (2009, Jan.). Electronic Quality of Inquiry Protocol (EQUIP): Assessing the quality of inquiry-based instructional practice. Paper presented at Association of Science Teacher Education (ASTE) international conference. Hartford, CT. | Paper | PowerPoint |

Marshall, Jeff C. (2008, Oct.). A Dynamic Web-Based, Inquiry-Based Lesson Planning Tool. Paper presented at Southeastern Association for Science Teacher Education. Columbia, SC

Articles and Books

Marshall, J. C. (In Press) Overcoming Student Apathy: Succeeding with All Learners. 2nd Ed. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Alston, D. M.; Marshall, J. C.; & Zambak, V. S. (In Review) Improving inquiry instructional practice in middle school science classes: Applying Vroom’s VIE theory to motivation. Science Educator.

Zambak, V. S.; Alston, D. M.; Marshall, J. C.; & Tyminski, A. M. (In Review) Convincing science teachers for a practical change towards inquiry-based instruction: Revisiting Guskey’s staff development model. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education.

Marshall, J. C. (2013). Succeeding with Inquiry in Science and Math Classrooms. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Marshall, J. C., Padilla, M. J., & Horton, R. M. (2013). Improving and sustaining inquiry-based teaching and learning in South Carolina middle school science programs. In B. Wojnowski & C. Pea (Eds.). Models and Approaches to STEM Professional Development. Arlington, VA: NSTA.

Marshall, J. C. & Smart, J. (2013). Teachers’ Transformation to Inquiry-Based Instructional Practice. Creative Education, 4(2), 132-142. doi: 10.4236/ce.2013.42019.

Smart, J. B., & Marshall, J. C. (2013). Interactions between classroom discourse, teacher questioning, and student cognitive engagement in middle school science. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 24(2), 249-267.

Marshall, J., Crenshaw, K., & Higdon, R. (2012). Are we looking at the same sun? Exploring the seasons using data analysis. Science Scope, 36(1), 54-60.

Marshall, J. C. & Horton, R. M. (2009) Developing, assessing, and sustaining inquiry-based instruction: A guide for math and science teachers and leaders. Germany: VDM Verlag.

Marshall, J. C. (2008) Overcoming Student Apathy: Motivating Students for Academic Success. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Marshall, J. C., Smart, J., Lotter, C., & Sirbu, C. (2011). Comparative analysis of two inquiry observational protocols:  Striving to better understand the quality of teacher facilitated inquiry-based instruction. School Science and Mathematics, 111(6), 306-315.

Quigley, C., Marshall, J. C., Deaton, C., Cook, M., & Padilla, M. (2011). Challenges to Inquiry Teaching and Suggestions for How to Meet Them. Science Educator, 20(1), 63-70.

Marshall, J. C., Smart, J., & Horton, R. M. (2011). Tracking perceived and observed growth of inquiry practice: A formative plan to improve professional development experiences. Science Educator, 20(1), 14-25.

Marshall, J. C., & Horton, R. M. (2011). The relationship of teacher facilitated inquiry-based instruction to student higher-order thinking. School Science and Mathematics, 111(3), 93-101.

Marshall, J. C., Smart, J., & Horton, R. M. (2010). The design and validation of EQUIP: An instrument to assess inquiry-based instruction. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 8(2), 299-321.

Marshall, J. C., Horton, B., & Smart, J. (2009). 4E x 2 Instructional Model: Uniting three learning constructs to improve praxis in science and mathematics classrooms. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 20(6), 501-516.

Marshall, J. C., Horton, B., & White, C. (2009). EQUIPping teachers: A protocol to guide and improve inquiry-based instruction. The Science Teacher, 76(4), 46-53.

Marshall, J. C., Horton, R. M., Igo, B. L., & Switzer, D. M. (2009). K-12 science and mathematics teachers’ beliefs about and use of inquiry in the classroom. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 7(3), 575-596.

Marshall, J. C. (2009). Know it, lead it, revise it: The key to success in physics education. The Physics Teacher, 47(6), 337-338.

Horton, R. M., Wiegert, E. M., & Marshall, J. C. (2008). Squaring matrices: Connecting mathematics and science. Mathematics Teacher, 102(2), 102-106.

Marshall, J. C. (2008). An explanatory framework detailing the process and product of high-quality secondary science practice. Science Educator, 17(1), 49-63.

Smart, J., & Marshall, J. (2007). A geometric scavenger hunt: Math and science blend in this integrated outdoor exploration Science and Children, 45(2), 36-40.

Marshall, J., Horton, B., & Austin-Wade, J. (2007). Giving meaning to the numbers—An integrated physics-math class. The Science Teacher, 73(2), 36-41.

Marshall, J. (2006) Building knowledge and intrigue. Science Scope, 30(2), 34-39.

Marshall, J. (2004). Racing the sun—Inquiry approach to teaching physics. The Science Teacher, 71(1), 40-43.