School of Education at the 2018 AERA Annual Meeting

2/14/2018

The Syracuse University School of Education is well represented by our faculty, students, and alumni at the American Educational Research Association's 2018 Annual Meeting in New York, NY, April 13-17. Presentation titles, locations, and times are listed below. The full program including abstracts is available on the AERA website.

Reception for Faculty, Students, Alumni, Colleagues, and Friends

Saturday, April 14, 2018
6-9 p.m.
Lubin House, 11 E 61st St, New York, NY 10065

Friday, April 13

  • Laboring for Love, Toward Justice, With Joy: Wellness Work for Curriculum Scholars in the Wake of "45" (Pre-Conference Seminar)
    Marcelle M. Haddix
    8 a.m.-12 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Room 3.11
  • Exploring Asynchronous Online Discussions: Interactions, Facilitation, Levels of Thinking and Engagement with Learning Resources (In Quest of a Better Understanding of Online Participation and Interaction)
    Tianxiao Yang, Tiffany A. Koszalka, Jing Lei
    12-1:30 p.m., Westin New York at Times Square, Ninth Floor, New Amsterdam Room
  • Commentary (Teaching and Learning Mathematics: How Language and Literacy Count for English Learner Students)
    Louise C. Wilkinson
    2:15-3:45 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Seventh Floor, Room 7.01
  • Where is Disability? Marginalization and Metaphor in 25 Years of Content Area Professional Journals (Poster Session: Technology Integration)
    Julia M. White
    2:15-3:45 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Americas Halls 1-2 Exhibit Hall
  • The Reproduction of Ableism at a Meeting of Young Korean American
    People With and Without Disabilities (Hilton Roundtable Session 4)

    Eun Young Jung
    2:15-3:45 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Trianon Ballroom
  • Transforming Understandings About Who Can Teach: The Experiences and Approaches of Teachers With Disabilities (Approaching the Vision: Disability Studies in Education Praxis)
    Michelle L. Damiani
    12-1:30 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Fourth Floor, Hudson Suite

Saturday, April 14

  • An Examination of Preservice Teachers' Beliefs and Self-Efficacy: Are They Related to Their Teaching Performance? (New Directions in Literacy Research)
    Bong Gee Jang
    8:15-9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Americas Halls 1-2 Exhibit Hall
  • The People of Disability Accommodations: Student Perspectives (Division B Roundtable)
    Katie Roquemore
    12:25-1:55 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Eighth Floor, Gallery 8
  • Tensions of Empathy: Social Studies Teachers' Talk about Immigrant Students and Citizenship Education (Existence is Resistence: Educators and the Politics of Language, Immigration, and Deportation)
    Diana Fidaoui, Jeffery A. Mangram
    12:25-1:55 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Concourse Level, Concourse C Room
  • A Wrinkle in Time: Writing Histories of the Future #healingcurriculum
    Kathleen Hinchman

    12:25-1:55 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Third Floor, Room 3.02-3.03
  • We're Off to See the City: Motivating Factors for Rural Students Choosing an Urban University (Underrepresented Student Populations and Institutional Practices)
    Ashley N. Stone
    12:25-1:55 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 1
  • Americans Who Tell the Truth: Bridging Critical Pedagogy From University to Schools (Student and Scholar Activism: Reciprocal Mentoring for Social Justice)
    Mara Sapon-Shevin, Christine Morgan, Eryka Murphey, Theresa Helyn Neddo
    4:05-5:35 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Gibson Suite
  • What Makes the Difference in Learning Outcomes in MOOCs: Results from a Meta-Analysis of Peer-Reviewed Emphirical Studies (Paper Session: Innovations in Online Instruction)
    Jing Lei, Qiu Wang, Jiaming Cheng, Tianxiao Yang
    4:05-6:05 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Seventh Flood, Room 7.01
  • Critical Literacy (Presidential Session: Radical Dreams and Transformative Praxis: Celebrating 50 Years of Paulo Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed
    Marcelle M. Haddix
    4:05-6:30 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Eighth Floor, Gallery 8

Sunday, April 15

  • Creating Spaces for Empowerment: Black and Latina Graduate Students Navigate the White Academy (Assessing for Change: Critical Insights for Teacher Educators)
    Dalia Rodriquez
    8:15-9:45 a.m., Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Metropolitan West Room
  • Open the Doors: A Collaborative and Digital Exploration of Inclusive Secondary Schools (Taking Risks and Challenging Racism: Going Beneath the Surface of Whiteness)
    Kathryn MacLeod
    8:15-9:45 a.m., Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Empire Ballroom East
  • Equity and DIversity in Literacy Learning and Teaching
    Marcelle M. Haddix (chair)
    8:15-9:45 a.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Fifth Floor, Room 5.02
  • Mapping Indigenous Resistance through Migrations and Story (Refugee Youth Experiences in Education)
    Kelsey D. John
    8:15-9:45 a.m., Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Metropolitan East Room
  • Lesson Study as a Means to Investigate Teachers' Use of the U.S. Elementary Science Curriculum (Leading and Addressign the Complexities of School Improvement)
    Sharon Dotger
    8:15-9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Americas Halls 1-2 Exhibit Hall
  • Understanding Math Teaching and Learning from Multiple Perspectives
    Nicole L. Fonger (chair)
    8:15-9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Trianon Ballroom
  • Global Teacher Selves: Contexts and Conflicts
    Diana Fidaoui (discussant)
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Concourse Level, Concourse B Room
  • More Than Ritmo: Latina/o Students' Participation in a Latin Dance Troupe as a Predominantly White Institution (Roundtable)
    Martin A. Gonzalez
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m., Park Central Hotel New York, Ballroom Level, Grand Ballroom
  • Art as Protest, Resistance, and Social Movement: Artist-Activists Respond to the Racial Violence in and Around Schools
    Marcelle M. Haddix
    2:45-4:15 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Gramercy Suite A
  • PUBLICizing Education Research by Writing or Nonacademic Audiences: A Workshop for Justice-Oriented Scholars / Equity and Inclusion Council Business Meeting
    Marcelle M. Haddix
    6:30-8:00 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Gibson Suite

Monday, April 16

  • "On Spiritual Strivings": Black Women Teacher Educators Honoring the Work of Dr. Cynthia DIllard
    Marcelle M. Haddix
    8:15-9:45 a.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Concourse Level, Concourse B Room
  • University-Urban School District Partnership for Special Education Reform: Findings from Analysis of Student Data (Roundtable Session: Interventions in Special Education)
    Julia M. White, Qiu Wang, Christine Elaine Ashby, Paul Bern
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m., Park Central Hotel New York, Ballroom Level, Grand Ballroom
  • Disrupting Amnesia, Arousing a New Representational Imagination: Disability in the 21st Century
    Beth A Ferri (chair)
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Beekman
  • Teacher Candidates' Physiological Responses When Engaging in Simulations with Standardized Parents (Preparing Teachers for Family-School-Partnerships: Exploring the Use and Impact of Clinical Simulations in Teacher Education)
    Benjamin H. Dotger
    10:35-12:05 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Seventh Floor, Empire/Hudson Room
  • The Rural is Nowhere: Bringing Indigeneity and Urbanism into Educational Research (The Curriculum of Forgotten Rural Places: Identity, Indigeneity, Education, Urbanism, and Cartographies)
    Kelsey D. John
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m., Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Fourth Floor, Room 4.04-4.05
  • Newest Imports! Teachers: Neoliberalisms Demand on Afro-Caribbean Women Teachers (The Transnational Self: Experiences of African and Caribbean Students and Teachers in the U.S. Educational Contexts)
    Kimberly N. Williams Brown
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Seventh Floor, Harlem
  • Disrupting Conventional Spaces: Spirtuality and Social Transformation
    Mara Sapon-Shevin (chair)
    12:25-1:55 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 1
  • Phantom Subjectivities: Sounding Black Girlhood, Listening for Levitation, and Feeling Each Other and the Collective (What You Heard: Sounding Scholarship Through Hip-Hop Modes of Production - A Performance and Demonstration)
    Blair Smith
    12:25-1:55 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Eighth Floor, Liberty Room
  • Effects of Scripted Peer Facilitation on Students' Cognitive Presence in Online Discussion: An Exploration Using Bayesian Approach (Motivation in Education SIG Poster Session 1)
    Ye Chen
    2:15-3:45 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Americas Hall 1-2 Exhibit Hall
  • Countering the Power and the Dominant Discourse (Using Critical Narrative Methods to Improve Equity Leadership Pedagogy)
    George Theoharis
    2:15-3:45 p.m.
    New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Clinton Suite
  • Applying the First Principles of Instruction in Flipped and Face-to-Face Approaches: A Mixed-Methods Approach (Preservice Teachers' Curricular Resource Use for Teaching Math and Science)
    Jacob A. Hall, Jing Lei
    4:05-5:35 p.m., Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Empire Ballroom East
  • A Concept Analysis of Student Agency During Literacy Instruction (Critical Issues in Literacy Research 4)
    Bong Gee Jang, Heather Ericksson
    4:05-6:05 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Fourth Flood, Odets
  • Teacher Unions, Race, and Racism: How Reformers Navigate Tensions and Create Social Justice Possibilities / Teacher's Work/Teachers Union SIG Business Meeting
    Heidi Pitzer (officer)
    6:15-7:45 p.m., Westin New York at Times Square, Fourth Floor, Gramercy Room

Tuesday, April 17

  • The Experiences of Students with Intellectual and Development Disability Labels (Addressing Complex Educational Problems Through Systemic Improvement)
    Katherine Vroman
    8:15-9:45 a.m., New York HIlton Midtown, Third Floor, Grand Ballroom Suite-West Ballroom
  • Preserve Teacher Noticing in Mediated Field Experience: Connecting Practice to Mathematical Goals (Whiteness and White Supremacy in Education: Pedagogy and Power in K-12 and Higher Education)
    Charlotte J. Sharpe
    8:15-9:45 a.m., Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Metropolitan East Room
  • The Nexus of Race, Ability, and Place in One Urban School District: Mapping for Reform (The Nexus of Geography and Race in Education Policy)
    Julia White, Qiu Wang, Christine Elaine Ashby, Paul Bern
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m., New York Hilton Midtown, Third Flood, Rendezvous Trianon
  • "Bubble Space" in the Early Childhood Classroom: A First Grader's Articulation of Boundaries, Fortification, and Togetherness (Childen's Agency and Story
    Meredith Devennie
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 3
  • Sensing, Feeling, Knowing: What Research Methods are Missing by Centering the Able Body (Centering Disability in Critical Qualitative Research)
    Brianna Dickens

    12:25-1:55 p.m., New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 3
  • Effectiveness of Hybrid Massive Open Online Course (HMOOC): A Meta-analysis from the Research Design Prespective (Latinx and ELL Children and Families in Education)
    Tianxiao Yang, Jing Lei, Qiu Wang
    2:15-3:45 p.m., Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Metropolitan East Room