Selected Publications, Articles & Presentations
Vasilyeva, M., Casey, M. B., Ganley, C., Dulaney, A. Tillinger, M. & Anderson, K. L. (2013). Cognition and Instruction. How children determine the size of 3-D structures: Investigating factors influencing strategy choice.
Mooney, S.M., & Anderson, K.L. (summer 2011). Transformative learning and teaching of environmental science, from college sophomores to urban children, Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal. p. 38-43.
Anderson, K.L., Casey, M.B., Thompson, W.L., Burrage, M.S. Pezaris, E, & Kosslyn, S.M. (2008, December). Performance on middle school geometry problems with geometry clues matched to three different cognitive styles. Mind, Brain, and Education. p. 187-196.
Yang, E., Anderson, K. L. and Burke, B.** (2012, June). The impact of service-learning on teacher candidates’ self-efficacy in teaching STEM content to diverse learners. Presentation at the International Center for Service-Learning in Teacher Education (ICSLTE) Conference, Durham, North Carolina.
Anderson, K.L. (2011, November) Four year olds are NOT just small ten year olds, Part II. Invited Address for the Massachusetts Audubon Society Department of Education and Diversity, Belmont, Massachusetts.
Anderson, K.L. (2011, July) Understanding and fostering early math development. Invited address for the Early Childhood Leadership Series: Reflect, Renew, Re-energize. Rhode Island and Maine Training and Technical Assistance Project. Warwick, Rhode Island.
Martin, D.M. and Anderson, K.L. (2011, March) KWL+ 4-R’s and inquiry = Science success. Presentation at The National Conference on Science Education, National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), San Francisco, California.
Anderson, K.L., Mooney, S., Martin, D.M., Gilfeather**, D., Klemonsky**, N., and Montano**, B., (2010, March) Project-based learning and the 4Rs of inquiry: Engaging students in urban explorations. Short Course presented at The National Conference on Science Education, National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
(** Indicates work done in conjunction with Stonehill College students)