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The School of Education at AERA 2020

The Syracuse University School of Education is well represented by our faculty, students, and alumni at the American Educational Research Association’s 2020 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California, April 17-21. Presentation titles, locations, and times are listed below. The full program including abstracts is available on the AERA website.

San Francisco Financial District skyline at sunsetReception for Faculty, Students, Alumni, Colleagues, and Friends

Saturday, April 18, 2020
7-9:30 p.m.

E&O Kitchen and Bar
North Mezzanine
314 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94108

Presentations by faculty, alumni, and students during AERA 2020

Friday, April 17

  • Comparing Students’ Participation, Evaluation, and Perceived Learning Outcomes Between Print- and Video-Material-Based Flipped Classrooms (part of Marriott Roundtable Session 1)
    Moon-Heum Cho; with Jackie HeeYoung Kim, Seongmi Lim
    Noon-1:30 p.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 7
  • Disrupting Disproportionality: Implications of Disability Critical Race Theory (DisCrit) for Teaching Toward Equity
    Beth Ferri (discussant)
    2:15-3:45 p.m.
    Moscone Center, West Building, Level Two, Room 2002
  • Interdependence in Research and Community: Relationality and Creative Connections Across Neurodiversity and Multimodal Communication (part of Forging Community Through Intersectional Disability Studies in Education)
    Casey Woodfield, Katherine Vroman
    4:05-6:05 p.m.
    Moscone Center, West Building, Level Two, Room 2002

Saturday, April 18

  • Mapping Access and Opportunity: K–8 Urban Schools as Enclaves of Privilege (part of Marriott Roundtable Session 15)
    Julia White, Beth Ferri, Christine Ashby, Qiu Wang, Paul Bern; with Siqi Li
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 9
  • Parenting Stress and Children’s Behavior Problems: The Moderating Role of Parent-Child Relationship (part of The Role of Parents in Child and Adolescent Development)
    Xiaoyu Fu, Eunjoo Jung
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m.
    Moscone Center, West Building, Level Two, Room 2006
  • Marriott Roundtable Session 17
    Estimating a Valid Socioeconomic Status Index for Elementary Public Schools in Guatemala – Eira Idalmy Cotto Giron, Bong Gee Jang;
    Inclusive Universe: Representations of the College Experience From Postsecondary Students With Intellectual Disability – Beth Myers
    12:25-1:55 p.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 8

Sunday. April 19

  • Marriott Roundtable Session 26
    Beth Myers (chair)
    8:15-9:45 a.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 8
  • A Research-Practice Equity Audit to Understand High School Opportunity Gaps (part of Marriott Roundtable Session 27)
    Christine Ashby, George Theoharis, Meredith Devennie; with Nate Franz, Sarah Gentile, Corey Williams
    8:15-9:45 a.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 9
  • “What’s Love Got to Do With It?” Enacting the Beloved Community Through Early Childhood Education (part of Enacting Social Justice Curriculum and Praxis in Early Childhood Contexts)
    Mara Sapon-Shevin
    8:15-9:45 a.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Fourth Level, Pacific J
  • Building Community and Creating Knowledge Through Participatory Research: Rethinking Intellectual Disability and Educational Research
    Includes Doing Participatory Work: Building Community for All – Alan Foley, Katie McDonald, Robert Belden;
    Forging New Spoken and Unspoken Ground: The Intersections of Mindfulness, Participatory Collaboration, and Intellectual Disability – Jersey Cosantino;
    Lost in Translation: The Intersection of Research (Methods, Ethics, and Dissemination) and Intellectual – Brianna Dickens;
    “How Do We Be Inclusive and Simple?” An Exploration of Shifting Understandings of Accessibility in a PAR Study – Sara Scribner, Micah Fialka Feldman
    12:25-1:55 p.m.
    Hilton San Francisco Union Square, Lobby Level, Golden Gate 8
  • The effects of purposeful academic, social, and professional interventions on diverse undergraduate STEM student socialization (part of Educational Interventions in Higher Education)
    Gaye Ceyhan, Alia Thompson, John Tillotson
    12:25-1:55 p.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, B2 Level, Willow
  • How the Classroom Schools: Uneven Access to the Profits of Space in One Kindergarten (part of Marriott Roundtable Session 31)
    Meredith Devennie
    2:15-3:45 p.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 7
  • Sociocultural Factors of Fourth Graders’ Reading Motivation in the United States and Japan (part of Marriott Roundtable Session 32)
    Bong Gee Jang; with Hitomi Kambara
    2:15-3:45 p.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 8
  • Marriott Roundtable Session 33
    Multiliteracies in a Shared Language of US-Based Out-of-School Time Programs – Gemma Cooper-Novack
    “When Do I Get to be an Adult?” Confronting the Challenges to Self-Determination in Transition Planning – Beth Myers
    2:15-3:45 p.m.
    Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 9
  • Laboring for Love, Toward Justice, With Joy: Wellness Work for Education Researchers in the Wake of “45”
    Marcelle Haddix (participant)
    2:15-3:45 p.m.
    Moscone Center, South Building, Upper Mezzanine, Room 157
  • Compliance, Conformity, and Procedure: A Critical Analysis of Behavior Supports for Disabled English Language Learners (part of Reframing the Narrative: Deconstructing Assumptions Behind Special Education Policies and Practices)
    Chelsea Stinson; with Valentina Migliarini
    2:15-4:15 p.m.
    Moscone Center, West Building, Level Two, Room 2002

Monday, April 20

  • A Quasi-Experimental Examination of Drama Frames: A Teacher Professional Development Program That Targets Reading Achievement (part of Arts-Based Pedagogies as Literacy Practices and Assessments)
    Sultan Kilinc; with Korbi Adams, Jenny Millinger, Michael F. Kelley, Scott C. Marley
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m.
    Moscone Center, South Building, Level Three, Room 305
  • (Re)Framing Qualitative Research as a Prickly Artichoke: Peeling Back the Layers of Structural Ableism Within the Institutional Research Process (part of Critical Qualitative Research, Disability, and Community: Seeking a Disability Justice Framework for Qualitative Inquiry)
    Brianna Dickens; with Holly Pearson
    12:25-1:55 p.m.
    Hilton San Francisco Union Square, Lobby Level, Golden Gate 7
  • Challenges and Possibilities: Integrating DSE Into and Beyond Teacher Education (part of Moscone Center North Roundtable Session 3)
    Amy Applebaum, Justin Freedman, Casey Woodfield
    12:25-1:55 p.m.
    Moscone Center, North Building, Exhibition Level, Room 24
  • (Students With Disabilities): Marginalization and Metaphor in 25 Years of Content-Area Professional Journals (part of Moscone Center West Roundtable Session 9)
    Julia White; with Patricia Alvarez McHatton
    12:25-1:55 p.m.
    Moscone Center, West Building, Level Three, Rooms 3007-3009-3011
  • Preservice Teachers’ Motivation Levels, Self-Regulation, and Affective Learning Outcomes in Online Learning (part of Preparing K–12 Teachers WITH and FOR Online Learning)
    Moon-Heum Cho; with Jongpil Cheon, Seongmi Lim
    12:25-1:55 p.m.
    Moscone Center, West Building, Level Three, Room 3005
  • Does It Get Better? Students With Disabilities (and Their General Education Peers) Go to High School (part of Effectiveness and Equity in Education for Students with Disabilities)
    Amy Schwartz; with Spenser Gwozdzik, Leanna Stiefel
    2:15-3:45 p.m.
    InterContinental San Francisco, Fourth Floor, Telegraph Hill
  • Discussing Accommodations with Faculty Members: Students Describe the Benefits of Practicing through Simulated Meetings (part of After Access: Institutional Support for Marginalized College Students)
    Benjamin Dotger, Justin Freedman; with Alicia Drelick
    Mon, April 20, 4:05-5:35 p.m.
    Moscone Center, South Building, Level Three, Room 310
  • Designing Innovative and Meaningful Learning Experience
    Alan Foley (chair)
    4:05-5:35 p.m.
    Moscone Center, South Building, Level Two, Room 203
  • Adapting Lesson Study to Preservice Elementary Science Teacher Education in New York (part of Lesson Study Variation Across Contexts)
    Sharon Dotger
    4:05-5:35 p.m.
    Moscone Center, West Building, Level Three, Room 3002
  • Same As It Ever Was: The Nexus of Race, Ability, and Place (part of What’s Disability Got to Do With It?” Social Contexts of Education and Its Intersectionalities)
    Julia White, Christine Ashby, Qiu Wang, Beth Ferri, Paul Bern; with Siqi Li, Meghan Cosier
    4:05-6:05 p.m.
    Moscone Center, South Building, Level Two, Room 206
  • Reimagining Research of Language and Social Processes: Community-Driven Methods and Mentoring for a New Decade
    Louise Wilkinson (participant)
    4:05-6:05 p.m.
    Moscone Center, South Building, Level Two, Room 207

Tuesday, April 21

  • Moscone Center West Roundtable Session 13
    Digital Natives As Preservice Teachers: What Technology Do They Use and How – Jing Lei, Lili Zhang, Qiu Wang, Tianxiao Yang; with Jiaming Cheng
    Dispositions and Dis/ability: Teacher Educator Perspectives – Katie Roquemore
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m.
    Moscone Center, West Building, Level Three, Rooms 3007-3009-3011
  • Demographic Variations during Adolescence: Parental Involvement, Learning Motivation, and Science Achievement (part of AERA Poster Session 14)
    Eunjoo Jung; with Yue Zhang
    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m.
    Moscone Center, South Building, Exhibition Level, Moscone Hall A
  • You Are What You Write: Creating an Academic Research Narrative While in Graduate School
    Melissa Luke (panelist)

    10:35 a.m.-12:05 p.m.
    Moscone Center, South Building, Exhibition Level, Room 7