Arms, E. (2008). Gender Equity and Single-sex Schooling: What the Research Says. Paper presented as part of the symposium Single-sex Education at the Crossroads: Considering Gender, Race, Class and Religion at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association (AERA), New York, NY, March 2008.
- Arms, E., Bickett, J. & Graf, V. (2007). Gender Bias and Imbalance: The Under-representation of Girls in US Special Education Classes. A paper presented at the biennial conference of the Gender and Education Association (GEA) at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, March 2007.
- Sax, L. & Arms, E. (2006). The Gender Gap: Convergence or Divergence over the College Years? A paper presented as part of a panel on Constructions of Self and Gender in Higher Education at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association (AERA) in San Francisco, CA, April 2006.
- Arms, E. (2005) Gender Equity in Coeducational and Single-sex Classrooms. A paper presented at the Research on Women and Education AERA SIG annual meeting at Wayne State University, Ohio, October 2005.
- Arms, E. (2005). 'As different as apples and oranges': Teachers' Constructions of Gender in One Single Sex US School. A paper presented at the biennial conference of the Gender and Education Association's (GEA), Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, March 2005.
Invited Lectures, Panel Discussions
- Arms, E. (2007). What Practitioners Should Know About Single-Sex Schools. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Gender Equity Leaders in Education (AGELE), San Diego, CA, July 9.
- Arms, E. (2006). Gender Equity and Higher Education: Beyond the Enrollment Gap. An invited lecture at Loyola Marymount University's Center for Teaching Excellence, February 7.
- Arms, E. (2005). Single Sex and Coeducational Schooling in Public Elementary Schools of Choice: A Quasi-Experimental Study. A panel symposium presented at the American Educational Research Association's (AERA) annual conference, Montreal, Canada, April.
- Herr, K. and Arms, E. (2005). Where We Stand! Moving Forward the Conversation on Gender, Race and Educational Accountability in a Democracy. An AERA Presidential Session on Gender presented at the American Educational Research Association's (AERA) annual conference, Montreal, Canada, April 2005.
Professional Development Workshops
- Identifying Essential Standards in the Curriculum: The First Step in Backwards Design.
- Designing Student-Centered Outcomes: What Do We Want Students to Know and Be Able to Do?
- The Next Step in Standards-based Curriculum Design: Creating Meaningful, Authentic Assessments and Rubrics
- Implementing Single Sex Classrooms in Coeducational Schools: Possibilities and Pitfalls