PRESENTATIONS

Conference Presentations-Selected

Invited Campus Lectures--Selected

2016    Luck, J. & Lee, B. Transforming words into Lyrics. Literacy Research Association, Nashville, TN.

 

2016    Edmiston, B. & Lee, B. Drama and literacy work group. Literacy Research Association, Nashville, TN. 

 

2016    Lee, B. & Enciso, P. Playing with words from page to stage. Part of a symposium submitted by Schallert, D. Literacy Research Association, Nashville, TN. 

 

2016    Lee, B. & Enciso, B. I’m Trying to Save Some Lives Here!:  An Activist CHAT Analysis of Dramatic Inquiry. American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.

 

2016    Lee, B. & Enciso, P. A meta-analysis of the effects of drama-based pedagogies on student literacy outcomes. American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.

 

2015    Lee, B., Luck, J., Singleton, S. & Dike, C. Evaluating the evaluation of arts and literacy programming. Literacy Research Association, Carlsbad, CA.

 

2015    Edmiston, B. & Lee, B. Drama and literacy work group. Literacy Research Association, Carlsbad, CA.

 

2015    Lee, B., Enciso, P. & Sharp, J. Creating the stage for meaning: New findings on the value of rehearsal room practices for reading complex texts. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

 

2014    Lee, B., Enciso, P. & Luck, J. Literacy to Life: Using drama-based pedagogy to impact writing and imagination in 3rd grade Title I classrooms.  Literacy Research Association. Marco Island, FL.

 

2014    Enciso, P., Edmiston, B., Gartside, R., Lee, B., Dallaqua, A., Ballinger, M., Sharp, J. & Aukerman, M. Comprehending complex texts: Active, dialogic, and dramatic approaches in research and practice with middle and secondary students. Literacy Research Association. Marco Island, FL.

 

2014    Lee, B., Patall, E. & Cawthon, S. A meta-analysis of the effects of drama-based pedagogy: Translating research into practice. American Alliance for Theatre and Education. Denver, CO. (Dissertation Award Finalist)

 

2014    Hartman, J. L., Dike, C., Lee, B. Literacy to Life and closing the achievement gap. American Alliance for Theatre and Education. Denver, CO.

 

2014    Lee, B. & Enciso, P. The effects of drama-based pedagogies on achievement and 21st century skills outcomes for adolescents. Society for Research on Adolescence.  Austin, TX.

 

2014    Lee, B. & Enciso, P. Rehearsal room pedagogy and adolescent student attitudes toward school, Shakespeare, and reading. Society for Research on Adolescence.  Austin, TX.

 

2014    Lee, B., Patall, E., Cawthon, S. & Steingut, R. The effects of drama-based pedagogies on psycho/social outcomes in K-16 educational settings: A meta-analysis of research since 1985. Society for Personality and Social Psychology.  Austin, TX.

 

2014    Lee, B., Patall, E., Cawthon, S. & Steingut, R. The effects of drama-based pedagogies on achievement and 21st century skills outcomes in K-16 educational settings: A meta-analysis of research since 1985. American Educational Research Association.  Philadelphia, PA.

 

2014    Lee, B. Pre-Service educators’ beliefs and value of the arts and arts integration. American Educational Research Association.  Philadelphia, PA.

 

2013    Enciso, P., Gartside, R., & Lee, B. Rehearsal room pedagogy and its effects on student reading outcomes. National Council of Teachers of English. Boston, MA.

 

2013    Lee, B., Enciso, P., Patall, E. & Cawthon, S. A meta-analysis of the effects of drama-based pedagogy on English Language Arts outcomes. Literacy Research Association. Dallas, TX.

 

2013    Lee, B., Cawthon, S., Dawson, K. Teacher self-efficacy and pedagogical conceptual change in a drama-based professional development program. American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.

 

2012    Lee, B., Johnston, T., Barker, L., & Hobson, S. Drama-based pedagogies in teacher education and classroom learning. Panel discussion at American Educational Research Association. Vancouver, B.C.

 

2012    Lee, B. Teacher self-efficacy and pedagogical conceptual change in professional development. Consortium of Research on Teacher Education. Austin, TX.

 

2011    Lee, B. Engaging students and creating authentic learning environments through drama-based instructional and learning strategies. Lilly Conference on College Teaching. Oxford, OH.

 

2011    Lee, B. & Dawson, K. How do we reflect on and talk about what just happened? Developing a critical response protocol for teaching artists and teachers who collaborate in the classroom. American Alliance for Theatre and Education. Chicago, IL.

 

2011    Lee, B., Cawthon, S. & Dawson, K. What happens when the apprentice is also the master? A qualitative analysis of graduate students in a cognitive apprenticeship in the Drama for Schools professional development program. American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA.

2014    Preparing and analyzing data for a meta-analysis, The Ohio State University. Methods Colloquium.

 

2012    Analyzing active learning strategies through different learning theories, The University of Texas at Austin. Cognition, Human Learning, Motivation: Instructor: Marilla Svinicki, Ph.D. Fall, Spring 2012-2013.

 

2012    Innovative uses of technology in the elementary classroom, The University of Texas at Austin. Applied Human Learning, Instructor: Marie Suizzo, Ph.D.

 

2012    Assessment and testing in the elementary classroom, The University of Texas at Austin. Applied Human Learning, Instructor: Marie Suizzo, Ph.D.

           

2012    Self-regulation in the classroom through image work, The University of Texas at Austin. Cognition, Human Learning, Motivation, Instructor: Marilla Svinicki, Ph.D.

 

2012    Cognitive processing model through embodied learning, The University of Texas at Austin. Cognition, Human Learning, Motivation, Instructor: Marilla Svinicki, Ph.D.

 

2012    Critical research design: How to be a conscious consumer of research, The University of Texas at Austin. Research Design Methods in the Arts, Instructor: Kathryn Dawson.

 

2011    Classroom management application using motivational theories, The University of Texas at Austin. Cognition, Human Learning and Motivation: Instructor: Marilla Svinicki, Ph.D.

 

2011    Cognitive and social constructivist learning theories and application in the preK-2 classroom, The University of Texas at Austin. Applied Human Learning, Instructor: Erika Patall, Ph.D. Fall, Spring, 2011-12.

 

2011    Technology in the preK-2 classroom, The University of Texas at Austin. Applied Human Learning, Instructor: Erika Patall, Ph.D. Fall, Spring, 2011-12.

           

2009    Drama-based pedagogy: Activating learning for adolescents, The University of Texas at Austin. Adolescent Psychology, Instructor: Stephanie Cawthon, Ph.D.

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