Just back from the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting in Chicago, where I presented preliminary results of Open Circle implementation, “Collaboration to Enhance Whole-School Social and Emotional Learning for Elementary Students” (paper by Michelle Porche, Jennifer Grossman, Darcé Costello, Nova Biro, Nancy Mackay, and Sojourner Rivers) as part of the roundtable “Evaluating the Impact of Social and Emotional Learning Programs on School and Student Outcomes.” Results showed the success in scaling up the program and analysis continues on associations between fidelity of implementation and student outcomes.
Watch: Can We Talk About Race? A Conversation with Dr. Beverly Tatum, Moderated by Dr. Michelle Porche
Link to the webpage description of the conversation, which took place on October 7, 2019 at Boston University, and video here.
“Risk of School Dropout For Boricua Youth in the U.S. and Puerto Rico” will be presented as part of the symposium, “Adolescents at Risk” at…
Paper Session on Parental Stress and Adolescent Adversity at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting April 28, 2017
Michelle Porche will present “Parental Well-Being as a Mediator of Adversity: Parenting Stress and Adolescents’ Academic Engagement” at the AERA Annual Meeting in San Antonio,…
On May 15, Professor Michelle Porche and Counseling Psychology doctoral student Sarah Anais Mejia were part of an invited Presidential Symposium, “Translating the Evidence for…