Below are relevant publications and presentations authored by former and current researchers in Western Michigan University's Science and Mathematics Program Improvement. They are listed in descending order by publication date.
Williams, C.T., and Rudge, D.W. (2019). Effects of Historical Story Telling on Student Understanding of Nature and Science. Science and Education, 1-29.
- Walter, E., Henderson, C., Beach, A., and Williams, C.T. (2016). Introducing the Postsecondary Instructional Practices Survey (PIPS): A Concise, Interdisciplinary, and Easy-to-Score Survey of Postsecondary Instructional Practices. CBE Life Sciences, 15(4), ar53.
- Williams, C.T. and Rudge, D.W. (2016). Using History of Genetics to Influence Pre-service Teachers' Nature of Science Views. Science and Education, 25(3), 407-427
- Williams, C.T., Walter, E., Henderson, C., and Beach, A. (2015). Describing Undergraduate STEM Teaching Practices: A Comparison of Instructor Self-report Instruments. International Journal of STEM Education, 2(1), 1-14.
- Williams, C.T. and Rudge, D.W. (2015). Mendel and the Nature of Science. American Biology Teacher 77(7), 492-499.
- Jenness, M., Draze, D., and Laing, R. (2002). Report of Findings: National Science Foundation Early Childhood Materials Development Learning Community.
- Jenness, M. (2001). Review and Assessment of the Michigan Eisenhower Professional Development Program. October 1999 to June 2001.
- Barley, Z.A. and Phillips, C.P. (1998). Closing the gap for girls: Gender differences in teachers' technological attitudes and proficiency. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 4, 249-267.
- Jenness, M. and Barley, Z.A. (1995). Using cluster evaluation in the context of science education reform. In R.G. O'Sullivan (Ed.), Emerging Roles of Evaluation in Science Education Reform. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
- Williams, C.T., Piazza, S., Protacio, S., David, V. “Building Classroom Observation Capacity during a Research Project on ESL Teacher Preparation”. American Evaluation Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 11-16 November 2019. Accepted (Poster).
- Williams, C.T. and Rudge, D.W. (2019) Exploring the effects of using historical stories during genetics instruction on student understanding of NOS. AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 5-9 April (Submitted).
- David, V., Protacio, M.S., Williams, C.T., Piazza, S., and Kuo, H. (2019). Investigating the effectiveness of a professional development program on task-based language teaching. AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 5-9 April (Submitted).
- Protacio, M.S., David, V., Kuo, H., Piazza, S. and Williams, C.T. (2019). "The good and the bad: Teacher's perspectives in engaging English learners' parents and families. AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 5-9 April (Submitted)
- Williams, C.T. and Rudge, D.W. (2018). Effects of historical story telling on student understanding of NOS and Mendelian genetics. NARST Annual Converece, Atlanta, GA, 9-12 March.
- Sydlik, M.A., Williams, C.T., Ngulo, E. and Kasper, H. (2017). Translating complex data analysis into usable feedback for clients. American Evaluation Association Conference, Washington, D.C., 6-11 November.
- Williams, C.T. and Beach, A.L. (2016). How deep is your network? A social network analysis of faculty development collaborations. POD Annual Conference, Louisville, KY, 9-13 November.
- Walter, E.M., Williams, C.T., Kowalske, M.G., Henderson, C. and Beach, A. (2016). Comparing self-report and observational data: An investigation of faculty instructional practices. NARST Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 11-14 April.
- Williams, C.T., Walter, E.M., Henderson, C. and Beach. A. (2015). Describing undergraduate STEM teaching practices: A comparison of instructor self-report instruments. NARST Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 11-14 April.
- Williams, C.T. (2012). They want me to do what? American Evaluation Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 22 October.