College of Education attends AERA 2016

Maria FranquizThe College of Education at The University of Utah is pleased to announce that Dean María Fránquiz is the recipient of the 2016 American Educational Research Association (AERA)’s life-time career award for her research contributions in the areas of Elementary, Secondary and Post-Secondary Education. The award pays tribute to the visions of the organization’s Hispanic Research Issues Special Interest Group (SIG). The presentation of the award is during the centennial celebration of the 2016 AERA conference held in Washington D.C., April 8 – 12, 2016.

Dean Fránquiz’s career contributions award will be presented during the SIG Business Meeting on Saturday, April 9, 2016 from 6:00 – 7:45 at the Convention Center, Level One, Room 155. You are invited to attend!

You are also invited to attend presentations by Distinguished College of Education Faculty at the AERA centennial conference.  Check the schedule below for details.

 

Friday, April 8, 2016

 

Incarceration and College-Going.

Friday, 2:15PM – 3:45PM; Convention Center, Level 1, Room 144A

Scholarly Conversations: Considering Pressing Issues in Higher Education

Presenter, Erin L. Castro

 

First Generation Faculty of Color in Higher Education: Toward a Tenure-Attaining Culture

Friday, 4:05PM – 5:35PM; Convention Center, Level One, Room 155

“First-Generation” Faculty of Color in Higher Education: Voicing Silenced Narratives in Academe.

Chair and Presenter, María C. Ledesma

 

Barbara L. Jackson Scholars Workshop

Friday, 8:00AM – 12:00PM; Convention Center, Level 2,  Room 206.

Sponsored by Division A and the University Council for Educational Administration. Closed session.

Presenter, Gerardo Lopez

 

Saturday, April 9, 2016

 

Influencing Equality Before the Law: Enhancing the Use of Social Science for the Public Good

Saturday, 8:15AM – 9:45AM, Convention Center, Level 3, Ballroom C. 

Invited Presidential Session

Chair, María C. Ledesma

 

“Saber es Poder”: Sabiduría Indigena/Indigenous Knowledge in Educational Contexts

Saturday, 10:35AM – 12:05PM, Marriott Marquis Level 2, Marquis Salon 16

Toward Justice: Indigenous Knowledge in Education Research and Praxis

Author, Leticia Alvarez Gutiérrez

 

Land-Based Knowledge in the Southwest: Indigeneity and the Borderlands as Tools for Educational Decolonization

Saturday, 10:35AM – 12:05PM Marriott Marquis, Level 2, Marquis Salon 16

Toward Justice: Indigenous Knowledge in Education Research and Praxis

Author, Dolores Calderon

 

Researching with Youth of Color in the Borderlands: Chicana Feminisms in Practice

Saturday, 12:25PM – 1:55PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 2, Marquis Salon 17

Chair, Dolores Delgado Bernal

 

Governance Session: AERA Committee on Scholars of Color in Education

Saturday, 12:25PM – 1:55PM, Convention Center, Level 3, Room 302.

Closed Session.

Participant, Dolores Delgado Bernal

 

Educational Web Mining to Support Teachers’ Self-Regulated Learning in Planning Technological Integration in the Classroom

Poster Session 3: Exploring the Current Landscape of Technology, Instruction, Cognition, and Learning. Saturday, 12:25PM – 1:55PM, Convention Center, Level 2, Exhibit Hall D.

Author, Eric G. Poitras

 

Institutional Differentiation: Leadership at Hispanic-Serving Institutions, Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Community Colleges

Saturday, 2:15PM – 3:45PM, Convention Center, Level One, Room 102 A

Discussant, Jason L. Taylor.

 

Roundtable Session 27

Saturday, 4:05PM – 5:35PM, Convention Center, Level 2, Exhibit Hall D, Section B.  Curriculum, Textbooks, and Nation-State

Chair, Dolores Calderon

 

Rethinking Banks’ Multicultural Education Approaches for Understanding Teachers’ Culturally Relevant Practices.

Saturday, 4:05PM – 5:35PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 2, Marquis Salon 8

Dynamic Applied Visions of Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning

Author, Verónica E. Valdez

 

Cultivating School and District Improvement Through Building the Capacities of Teachers and Principals

Saturday, 4:05PM – 5:35PM, Convention Center, Level One, Room 154A

Chair and Discussant, Irene H. Yoon

Sunday, April 10, 2016

 

Educating Researchers for Methodological Diversity

Sunday, 8:15AM – 10:15AM, Marriott Marquis, Level 4, Monument

Vice Presidential Invited Centennial Session for Div. D

Author, Laurence Parker

 

Questioning the Appropriateness of Race Talk: Middle-Class Women Teachers’ Silencing of Racialized Humor in School.

Sunday, 8:15AM – 10:15AM, Marriott Marquis, Level 3, Chinatown

Knowing Thy Past to Chart the Future: A Centennial Look into Whiteness Studies in Education Then and Now

Author, Irene H. Yoon

 

“Figuring” Bidirectional Home and School Connections Along the Biliteracy Continuum

Sunday, 10:35AM – 12:05PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 4, Liberty Salon I

The Figured World of Bilingual Education: Proyecto Bilingüe as Context for Teacher Self-Authoring.

Author, María E. Fránquiz

 

Ethnography and the Role of Intersectionality and Complex Methodologies

Sunday, 10:35AM – 12:05PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 2, Marquis, Salon 2

Ethnography and Public Scholarship: Ethical Obligations, Tensions, and Opportunities

Author, Laurence Parker

 

Manufacturing a STEM Reserve Army Through Racial Capitalist Schooling

Sunday, 10:35AM – 12:05PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 4, Liberty Salon O

The Emerging Politics of STEM Education: Policy, Discourse, and Governance.

Author, Clayton Todd Pierce

 

The Equity Factor: Reproducing or Reducing Equity Through Reverse Transfer Policies

Sunday, 10:35AM – 12:05PM, Convention Center, Level One, Room 102A

The Intersection of State Policy and Student Attainment

Author, Jason L. Taylor

 

Multimodal Self-Authoring Across Educator and Bi/multilingual Student Learning Spaces,

Sunday, 10:35AM – 12:05PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 4, Liberty Salon I

The Figured World of Bilingual Education: Proyecto Bilingüe as Context for Teacher Self Authoring

Author, Verónica E. Valdez

 

Technology for Improving Robotics and Mathematics Learning in Early Educational Settings

Sunday, 2:45PM – 4:15PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 2, Marquis Salon 12

Discussant, Kirsten R. Butcher

 

Designing a New Next Generation Science Standards – Aligned High School Biology Curriculum Unit and Associated Teacher Professional Development

Sunday, 2:45PM – 4:15PM, Convention Center, Level One, Room 101

Structured Poster Session: Designing for Teacher Learning and Enduring Reform Within Science Education

Author, Louisa A. Stark

 

Monday, April 11, 2016

 

Participatory Action Research (PAR) and Graduate School: Navigating the Challenges and Quandaries of Community-Based PAR Dissertations

Monday, 7:45AM – 9:45AM, Marriott Marquis, Level 4, Independence Salon A

Workshop

Participant, Leticia Alvarez Gutiérrez

 

Principal-Teacher’s Power Relationship at Public Charter Schools: A National Study Based on 2011-2012 Schools and Staffing Survey Data

Monday, 7:45AM – 9:15AM, Convention Center, Level 2, Exhibit Hall D, Section A

Roundtable Session 36: Markets and Educational Policy: Potential and Pitfalls

Author, Yongmei Ni

 

Reducing Hypersurveillance of African American Males in the Community

Monday, 7:45AM – 9:15AM, Convention Center, Level One, Room 144 A

Public Scholarship to Foster Positive Intercultural Relations

Author, William A. Smith

 

Meet Journal Editors: NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education

Monday 10:00AM – 11:30AM, Convention Center, Level 2, Exhibit Hall D, Section B

Meet Journal Editors: Journal Talks 10

Editor, Amy Aldous Bergerson

 

Examining Flipped Classroom Learning Environments

Monday, 10:00AM – 11:30AM, Convention Center, Level One, Room 150 B

Discussant, Kirsten R. Butcher

 

Using Educational Data-Mining Techniques to Identify Medical Student Misconceptions in a Virtual Patient Environment

Monday, 11:45AM – 1:15PM, Convention Center, Level One, Room 143 B

Technology in Teaching

Author, Eric G. Poitras

 

Insights and Interconnections: Lessons Learned from Qualitative Studies of Immigration and Education

Monday, 2:45PM – 4:15PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 2, Marquis Salon 9

Chair, María E. Fránquiz

 

“90-10 Isn’t a True Dual Immersion Model”: Two Dual Language Programs Excluded from State Recognition

Monday, 2:45PM – 4:15PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 2, Marquis Salon 17

Dual Language Education: Opportunities and Challenges

Author, Verónica E. Valdez

 

Ethics and Methodology: Moving from Damage-Centered Research Through Unsettling Reflexivity

Monday, 4:05PM – 6:05PM, Marriott Marquis, Level 4, Liberty Salon N

Unsettling Ethics in the Curriculum: Research Praxis and Pedagogies

Author, Dolores Calderon

 

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

 

Determining the Predictability of Accelerated and Concurrent Enrollment Models

Tuesday, 8:15AM – 10:15AM, Convention Center, Level One, Room 151 A

Maximizing College Readiness? The Outcomes and Unintended Consequences of Preparation Programs and Activities

Author, Jason L. Taylor

 

Scaffolding Video Explanation Using Cuing and Comparison

Tuesday, 10:35AM – 12:05PM, Convention Center, Level 3, Ballroom A

Roundtable Session 52: Cognition and Learning

Author, Kirsten R. Butcher

 

Instructional Leadership and Principal Career Transitions

Tuesday, 2:15PM – 3:45PM, Convention Center, Level 3, Ballroom A

Roundtable Session 56: Leading for School Improvement

Author, Yongmei Ni