Presentations

2013-2014 Presentations

Updated 9/2/2014

Division Last Name First Name Level Title Description
EDCI Joseph Rebecca International Communicating their stories: Strategies to help students write powerful application essays. Along with two admissions officers and a non-profit leader, I presented on college app essays at NACAC in Toronto on September 21, 2013. More than 400 people attended the session.
EDSC Symon Jennifer State Incorporating Peers to Improve Communication and Social Skills for Students with Autism Presented at the 6th Annual Pivotal Response Training Conference. University of California, Santa Barbara. September, 2013
EDSC Fryling Mitch International Observation of Thoughts Conference presentation at the Behaviorism at 100 conference in Parma, Italy.  (second author Linda Hayes)
EDSC Fryling Mitch International J. R. Kantor's Psychological Linguistics Conference presentation at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference in Merida, Mexico.
AASE Chen Pearl International Learning and Training in Complex Enculturating Environments. Presented at the 2013 Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention, Anaheim, CA.
AASE Chen Pearl International Creating a Practice Field with Collaborative Project-based Learning for Minority Engineering Students: A Progress Report Presented at the 2013 Annual International Conference of Association of Science Education Taiwan.
AASE Chen Pearl International Field Experiences as Legitimate Participation in Instructional Design and Technology Presented at the 2013 Annual International Conference of Association of Science Education Taiwan.
EDSC Carter/Hernandez Michael/Emily State California Chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education Conference Conference: Reclaiming Multicultural Education: Fighting Back, Imagining, and Building Socially Just Worlds.   Presentation: School-Based Family Counseling: A Multiculturally Sensitive Approach to Promoting School Success
AASE Mattheis Allison National Leadership lessons for policy and practice from school district diversity and equity directors Paper presented at Annual Convention of the University Council on Educational Administration. Indianapolis, IN, November 2013.
EDSC Haager Diane National Literacy Learning Cohorts as a Model of Special Education Teacher Professional Development This study culminates several years of research to determine how to effectively provide ongoing support to teachers following a traditional PD experience that would result in both teacher and student growth.
EDSC Haager Diane National Predicting Reading Outcomes for English Language Learners from Early Assessment Tools Presents findings from a longitudinal study from Kindergarten through 2nd grade.
AASE Javeri Manisha National Educating for informed participation in the move towards environmental sustainability. North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) 1. 2013 (Oct). M. Javeri, C. Johnston, I. Osisioma, E. Arias, & A. Almarakshi. Educating for informed participation in the move towards environmental sustainability. North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). Baltimore, MD.
EDCI Joseph Rebecca National Transferring With A Plan On January 30, Dr. Joseph did a nationwide webinar for College Week Live about planning for transferring.
EDCI Ulanoff Sharon National The Collective Narratives of Three Equity-Minded Urban Literacy Teachers This study examined the self-studies of three urban literacy teachers who completed an EdD program focusing on social justice and equity. The focal narrative was a Personal Pedagogical Self-Study completed during a doctoral seminar on advanced pedagogical strategies. Narrative analysis led to three collective stories: Pedagogical (Mis)Connections, Pedagogical Disruptions, and Pedagogical Mediations.
EDCI Ulanoff Sharon National The Collective Narratives of Three Equity-Minded Urban Literacy Teachers Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council for Teachers of English, Boston, MA, November 2013.
EDCI Ulanoff Sharon International Instructed heritage language speakers Pucci, Gonzalez, & Ulanoff, Paper accepted for presentation at the Second International Conference on Heritage/Community Languages, UCLA, March 7-8, 2014.
EDCI Castaneda Mario National Who are the people of Central America, and why are so many living in the United States? 2013 October.  Presentation at the National Social Sciences Conference in New Orleans, LA. This workshop examined the 4 million people of Central American extraction who live in the United States. The presentation focused why they came to the U.S, what is the ethnic, social, and cultural background, and where they live in the U.S.      2013 March. The Latinization of the United States: How the Latino population will change and re-enforce Mainstream American culture. Presentation at the National Social Sciences Conference in Las Vegas, NV
EDCI Castaneda Mario National The Latinization of the United States: How the Latino population will change and re-enforce Mainstream American culture. 2013 March.  Presentation at the National Social Sciences Conference in Las Vegas, NV. This presentation focused on the growing Latino population of the U.S and how they changing mainstream American Culture, as well re-enforcing other elements of American Culture.

AASE

Andre-Bechely

Lois

National

Binders of Women and the Blinders of Men: Feminist Critique of Education Policy Education

Presentation at the AERA Annual Meeting in 2014 in Philadelphia with coauthors Catherine Marshall and Brooke Midkiff from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

AASE

Andre-Bechely

Lois

National

Textual Analysis in Institutional Ethnography

Institutional Ethnography Workshop at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York City, August, 2013

 

AASE

Chen

Pearl

International

Impact of collaborative project-based learning on the self-efficacy of urban minority students in engineering.

Dong, J., & Chen, P. (2014). Impact of collaborative project-based learning on the self-efficacy of urban minority students in engineering. Invited talk at the Annual American Educational Research Association Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

AASE

Chen

Pearl

International

American graduate education: A guide for Asian international students.

Invited lecture, Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan, July 2014.

EDCI

Hyun

Eunsook

State

What curriculum IS and DOES: Transdisciplinary Approach in Education.

Keynote Speech, CAPPAE/ABTEP Consortium Summer Institute, August, 9, 2014. Northridge, CA

AASE

Mattheis

Allison

National

School district diversity and equity leadership: A statewide case study of integration policy enactment.

Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA, April 2014.

AASE

Mattheis

Allison

National

Lessons for educational practice and policy from a national survey of LGBTQ individuals in STEM.

Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA, April 2014.

EDSC

Naimy

Brenda

International

AFB English/Spanish Manual for O&M

Co-presentation with M. Hogel at the 2013 AER International Conference in New Orleans, addressing the need for improved service provision in Orientation and Mobility for visually impaired Spanish-speaking students.

EDSC

Ricci

Leila

International

Teaching reading to children with Down syndrome: What do preservice special educators know and need to know?

Presentation at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity, Honolulu, HI, May 2014.

EDSC

Ricci

Leila

International

Focused reading and language intervention for English language learners at risk for developing reading disabilities

Poster presented at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity, Honolulu, HI, May 2014 (with Dr. Diane Haager).

EDSC

Ricci

Leila

International

Developing collaboration skills of teacher candidates in a community learning center model

Presentation at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI, January 2013 (with Dr. Andrea Zetlin).

EDSC

Atwater

Sheri

State

How  can  Special  Education  and  504  Plans  address  the  Educational  Needs  of  Some  Children  in  Foster  Care?

Along with co-presenters Lois Weinburg and Andrea Zetlin, this training presentation addressed over 250 Los Angeles County Multidisciplinary Assessment Team (MAT) assessors on how to navigate the school system, advocate for the needs of foster care children, and obtain information and direction in navigating the special education process.

EDSC

Atwater

Sheri

State

"CONFRONTING COLOR-BLINDNESS: TEACHERS, RACE, AND TEACHABLE MOMENTS IN THE CLASSROOM"

Symposium Chair and presenter at the Western Psychological Association (WPA) annual Conferene, Friday, April 25, Portland, OR.

EDCI

Uy

Frederick

National

Common Core Mathematics and ELD Standards, A Successful Partnership

This presentation was on April 2014 @ the CA Association for Bilingual Education meeting in Anaheim, CA.  This session explores the connections between common core state standards in mathematics and the teaching of English Learners.  It also demonstrates strategies and activities that may be used in the classroom.

EDCI

Uy

Frederick

National

Parental and Family Involvement, A Key Partner to Successful ELL Students

This is a presentation on February 2014 in San Diego, CA for the National Association for Bilingual Education.  This talk will suggest ideas on how to involve  and empower parents in the education of their children.

EDCI

 

Paula

State

Young Meteorologist Program

A session at the California Science Teachers Association's California Science Education Conference, October 27-29, 2013, for elementary school teachers to help children understand severe weather conditions, hazards, and appropriate responses - to be a Weather Ready Nation (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).  The YMP is an online game for Grades 3 - 6 which ends with earning a "Young Meteorologist Certificate".

EDCI

Chee

Anna

State

Supporting ELLs' Access to Academic Language in Complex Texts

Presentation at the Summer institute for the California Association for Asian and Pacific American Education in Collaboration with Educating Hispanic Students and Preparing Asian Bilingual Teachers Project at CSUN.

AASE

Kamhi-Stein

Lia D.

International

Academic Session of the Teacher Education Interest Section, “Evolving Identities, Evolving Agendas”

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)’ 2014, Portland, OR  Invited Presentation

AASE

Kamhi-Stein

Lia D.

State

Language Teachers Professional Identities and Their Pedagogical Practices

Paper presented at the annual state conference of the California Teachers to Speakers of Other Languages (CATESOL), October 2013, San Diego, CA

AASE

Kamhi-Stein

Lia D.

State

Participant, Coloquium titled "Making Waves: Advocates for Equity in TESOL"

Participant, Colloquium titled “Making Waves: Advocates for Equity in TESOL, organized at the annual state conference of the California Teachers to Speakers of Other Languages (CATESOL), October 2013, San Diego, CA