Christina Carroll successfully defended her dissertation, Teachers’ Learning Orientation Scale Development and Validation. Congratulations, Dr. Carroll!
Silvia Guerrero Moreno, the Early Development Lab's Fall 2022 visiting scholar from Madrid, Spain, will be a professor at the Complutense University of Madrid in the School of Psychology!
Our lab members presented at the American Education Research Association Conference in Chicago, IL in April, 2023! See what they presented:
Dr. Angeline Lillard presented the papers "Racial and Ethnic Parity in Preschool: Public Montessori vs. Lottery Waitlist Alternatives" and "The Preschool Learning Study: Preliminary Findings from a Survey of Montessori and Control Teachers". Christina Carroll presented the paper "Likert-scale Measures Assessing Teacher Learning Orientations: A Literature Review". Lee LeBoeuf gave talks titled "Longitudinal Analysis of Racial Disparities Using Multilevel Modeling: A Demonstration Using Suspension Data" and "Examining Racial Equity in Montessori Lesson Presentation and Mastery Rates".
Christina Carroll presented the poster, Openness and Teacher Beliefs Among Conventional Montessori Teachers, at the American Montessori Society Conference in Boston, MA in March 2023. Click here to see the poster!
Abby Krissinger was accepted to the Educational Psychology- Applied Developmental Science: M.Ed. program in UVA's School of Education and Human Development to begin in June 2023!
Lee Leboeuf was recently awarded the Max Planck LIFE fellowship! Learn more about Lee, the LIFE fellowship, and the Max Planck Research School on the Life Course here.
Corey Borgman spoke about leveraging research for equity and access at the annual conference of the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector in May, 2022. An all access pass to view recorded conference sessions can be purchased here.
Christina Carroll and Lee LeBouef were co-recipients of the American Montessori Society MA thesis prize for 2022.