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Labs without limits: A systematic review of the impact of virtual lab affordances on the instruction and achievement of gifted STEM students.

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My current research interest focuses on the laboratory based learning achievement and experiences of gifted and talented students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses and how educational technologies can be effectively used to differentiate instruction for these learners. I began the meta-analysis tentatively entitled, "Digital differentiation: A meta-analysis of virtual lab affordances in promoting instructional best practices and achievement for gifted STEM students", in September of 2017. The results of the initial stages of this work serve as the foundation for my conference publication and concurrent session presentation proposal, " Labs without limits: A systematic review of the impact of virtual lab affordances on the instruction and achievement of gifted STEM students" for the AECT 2018 annual conference.

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