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Vanderbilt education faculty to showcase research at AERA April 13-17

by Apr. 10, 2018, 12:56 PM

 

Vanderbilt education researchers will present their work at the American Educational Research Association’s annual meeting in New York City, April 13– 17, 2018.

This year’s theme is “The Dreams, Possibilities and Necessity of Public Education.” More than 15,000 education researchers, faculty, students and practitioners are expected to attend.

Many faculty and graduate students with Vanderbilt’s Peabody College of education and human development will present on a wide array of topics. To see a complete listing, visit the online schedule and search “Vanderbilt.” The schedule is subject to change and all times are EDT.

A sampling of the sessions are below:

 

Friday, April 13

Envisioning Inclusion Through a Disability Studies Frame

Anjali J. Forber-Pratt

12–1:30 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Trianon Ballroom

 

Agency, Argumentation, and the Advancement of Causal Reasoning

Richard Lehrer

12–1:30 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Fifth Floor, Room 5.01

 

Missing From the Conversation of Violence: Disability

Anjali J. Forber-Pratt

2:15–3:45 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Trianon Ballroom

 

Resist, (Re)Imagine, (Re)Build: A Critical Conversation on Freedom of Speech and Speaking of Freedom

Donna Y. Ford

2:15–3:45 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Sutton North

 

Who Gets Served? The Demographic Proportionality of Gifted and Talented Populations

Gilman W. Whiting

2:15–3:45 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Fourth Floor, New York Suite

 

Narrowing the Space Between Grant Funders and Grant Writers in Educational Leadership

Ellen B. Goldring

4:05–5:35 p.m., Park Central Hotel New York, Mezzanine Level, Manhattan B Room

 

Teachers’ Recontextualization of Practices Learned in Professional Development: The Importance of Professional Learning Goals in Context

IIana Horn

4:05–5:35 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Sutton Center

 

Challenging the Civic Empowerment Gap: Stories of Youth Community Work

Andrew Hostetler, Rebecca Peterson

4:05–5:35 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 3

 

Saturday, April 14

Revolving Doors? Teacher Recruitment and Retention

Marisa A. Cannata

8:15–9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Gibson Suite

 

Entering Factors in the Lives of Colleges Students

Brent Evans, Tuan Nguyen

8:15–9:45 a.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 1

 

A Critical Look at Pedagogical Scaffolding During Literacy Instruction with Emergent Bilinguals

Shannon Mary Daniel

10:35–12:05 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Seventh Floor, Room 7.02-7.03

 

Finding Balance Across Scholarship, Activism, and Life

Nicole Michelle Joseph

10:35–12:05 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Concourse Level, Concourse G Room

 

Responding but Not Responsive: What Can History Teacher Candidates Do?

Andrew Hostetler

10:35–12:05 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Booth

 

Complicating “Connected” Contexts: Modeling Modes of Transcontextual Connectivity

Kevin M. Leander

10:35–12:05 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Fourth Floor, Room 4.02-4.03

 

Sing, Play, Listen: Exploring the Role of Music and Sounds in Vocabulary Learning

David K. Dickinson, Jessica Lawson

12:25–1:55 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Seventh Floor, Room 7.02-7.03

 

Black Faculty Tug-of-War Between Extra Labor and the Sense of Responsibility to Serve

Ebony McGee

2:25–1:55 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Fourth Floor, Gilbert

 

Confronting the Mathematics Struggle for Girls of Color in Public Schools: Transformative Experience

Teresa Dunleavy, Nicole Joseph

2:15–3:45 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Petit Trianon

 

Learning to Lead: Principals’ Prior Work Experiences and Principal Performance

Jason A. Grissom

2:15–3:45 p.m., Park Central Hotel New York, Mezzanine Level, Manhattan B Room

 

Sunday, April 15

Roundtable Session: Issues in Algebra Learning and Instruction

Kelley Durkin

8:15–9:45 a.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Eighth Floor, Gallery 8

 

Refusing to Be Removed: Black Women’s and Girls’ Seat at the STEM Table

Nicole Joseph

8:15–9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Gramercy Room West

 

Networked Improvement Communities (NICs): Understanding the NIC Model for Improvement and Scaling

Marisa A. Cannata

10:35–12:05 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Madison

 

Leveraging School-University Partnership Research for School Improvement

Paul A. Cobb

10:35–12:05 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Seventh Floor, Chelsea/Gotham Room

 

What Is the Value of Classroom Talk?

Richard Lehrer

10:35–12:05 p.m., Sheraton New York Times Square, Lower Level, Gramercy Room

 

Spanish-Speaking Parents’ Language and Literacy Practices and Preschool Children’s Spanish-English Vocabulary Performance

Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez

10:35–12:05 p.m., Crown Plaza Times Square, Fourth Floor, Times Square A Room

 

Sunday, April 15

Educational Researcher

Jason A. Grissom

10:35–12:05 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Rendezvous Trianon

 

Connecting Data Sharing to Article Publishing—How to Maximize the Impact of Your Research

Jason A. Grissom

10:35–12:05 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Sutton North

 

Assessing Research-Practice Partnerships: Five Dimensions of Effectiveness

Erin Henrick, Paul Cobb

10:35–12:05 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Seventh Floor, Chelsea/Gotham Room

 

Enacting Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Pedagogy for Multilingual Learners: Investigating Novice Teachers’ Practices

Shannon Mary Daniel, Lisa Pray

2:45–4:15 p.m., Shearton New York Times Square, Lower Level, Gramercy Room

 

Venturing the Terrains of Mathematical Identities: Theoretical Perspectives on Participation and Inclusion in Mathematics Education

Melissa Sommerfeld Gresalfi

2:45–4:15 p.m., The Parker, Third Floor, Tansa 1 Room

 

DREAMbuilders? The Effect of In-State Resident Tuition Policies on Undocumented Students’ College Degree Attainment

Mathew Patrick Shaw

2:45–4:15 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Clinton Suite

 

Monday, April 16

Issues in PK-16 Education Funding

Angela Boatman

8:15–10:15 a.m., The Parker, Second Floor, Lorica Room

 

Exploring How Mathematics Teachers Use Inclusive Pedagogies to Promote Robust Mathematics Identities Among Black Girls

Nicole Joseph

8:15–9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Trianon Ballroom

 

Sexual Violence in K-12 Settings

Anjali J. Forber-Pratt

8:15–10:15 a.m., Crown Plaza Times Square, Fourth Floor, Times Square B Room

 

The Effects of District Human Resource Policies for Schools, Teachers, and Students

Jason A. Grissom

8:15–9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Gibson Suite

 

Design Principles for Transforming Teacher Education in the United States: Toward Needed Transformations

IIana Horn

10:35–12:05 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Fourth Floor, New York Suite

 

Exploring Socialization and Mathematics Identity Among High School Black Girls

Nicole Joseph

10:35–12:05 p.m., The Parker, Third Floor, Mirus Room

 

Teachers’ Conceptions of Improvement

Mollie Rubin

10:35–12:05 p.m., Park Central Hotel New York, Ballroom Level, Forum

 

A Review of the Literature on the Impacts of No-Excuses Discipline

Joanne Golann

12:25–1:55 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Gibson Suite

 

Black Woman First, Mathematician Second: Toward an Understanding of Black Women’s Construction of Mathematics Identity

Nicole Joseph

12:25–1:55 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Sutton Center

 

I AM: Intersectionality as Methodology and Black Women as Possibility Models for Educational Research

Nicole Joseph

12:25–1:55 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Sutton Center

 

Reshape: A Mobility-Centered Learning Environment for Social Studies Teachers

Andrew Hostetler

2:15–3:45 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Sixth Floor, Room 6.01

 

Linking Core Academic Language Skills to Reading Comprehension for Middle-Grade English Learners

Emily Phillips Galloway

4:05–5:35 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Seventh Floor, Room 7.02-7.03

 

Developing a More Comprehensive Measure of Formal Algebra Knowledge

Abbey Loehr

4:05–5:35 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Americas Hall 1-2 – Exhibit Hall

 

Bilingualism in the United States: Exploring Linguistic and Social Ecologies Across Home, School, and Out-of-School Contexts

Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez and Emily Phillips Galloway

4:05–5:35 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Seventh Floor, Room 7.02-7.03

 

Tuesday, April 17

District Principal Supervisors and the Challenge of Principal Support and Development

Ellen B. Goldring

8:15–9:35 a.m., Park Central Hotel New York, Mezzanine Level, Manhattan B Room

 

Humanizing Mathematics Teaching and Learning for Black Girls

Nicole Joseph

8:15–9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Trianon Ballroom

 

Roundtable 16: Addressing Complex Educational Problems Through Systemic Improvement

Marisa A. Cannata

8:15–9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Grand Ballroom Suite-West Ballroom

 

Narratives of Gender and Its Intersections as They Influence Identities and Participation in Mathematics

Melissa Sommerfeld Gresalfi

8:15–10:15 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Fourth Floor, East Suite

 

Braids, Glasses and (Black Guy) Nerdiness: An Intersectional Counter Storytelling of Black College Men’s Stereotype Management in Mathematics

Luis Leyva

8:15–10:15 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Fourth Floor, East Suite

 

When a Visit to the Mall Counts as a Community Walk: Learning From Justification Narratives

Anita A. Wager

8:15–10:15 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Concourse Level, Concourse G Room

 

Gender, Identity, and Race: Examining Black Females’ Sense of Belonging in Secondary and Postsecondary Contexts

Nicole Michelle Joseph

10:35–12:05 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Concourse Level, Concourse A Room

 

The Affective Turn in Literacy Research: Theories, Potentials, Difference

Kevin M. Leander

10:35–12:05 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Fourth Floor, Room 4.11

 

Positive Leadership and Organizational Impacts: A Cross-Disciplinary Synthesis

Joseph Murphy

10:35–12:05 p.m., Park Central Hotel New York, Mezzanine Level, Manhattan B Room

 

Multimodality and Multi-Perspectives on Language/Reading Difficulties: From Pathological Intervention to Neurophysiological Optimization

James Booth

12:25–1:55 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Sixth Floor, Room 6.01

 

Critical Issues in Literacy Research 5

Toward Contingency in Scaffolding Reading Comprehension: Next Steps for Research

Shannon Mary Daniel

12:25–1:55 p.m., New York Marquis, Eight Floor, Liberty Room

 

New Approaches to Studying Cultural Capital

Joanne Golann

12:25–1:55 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Third Floor, Room 3.11

 

Designed to Destroy: The Mental and Physical Strain of Black Doctoral Students in Engineering and Computing

Ebony McGee

12:25–1:55 p.m., Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Metropolitan East Room

 

WITHDRAWN. Supporting Knowledge Integration in Extended Curricula With Typical Games: The Role of the Teacher

Andrew Hostetler

2:15–3:45 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Seventh Floor, Room 7.04

 

To interview our faculty, call 615-322-NEWS or email joan.brasher@vanderbilt.edu

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