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AERA Annual Meeting 2005 - Montreal, Canada

Sessions: Title: Diversity in Urban Education Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time: Tue, Apr 12 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm Building/Room: Le Centre Sheraton Montreal / Lamartine Participants

Name Affiliation Role Latino and African American Language Minority Students Identity Construction: Analogies and Conflating Issues *Ana C. Iddings, Laurie Joy Katz   Effective Home-School, Family Involvement Programs in Urban School Districts: Case Studies from the Field *Reyes L. Quezada   Voices From the School Community: Latino Parent Volunteers Talk about Parent Involvement and Schooling *Susan R. Warren, Anita Quintanar   Diversity in Its Absence: Faculty of Color in Education Programs   * The asterisk represents presenting participants.       Title: Diversity in Urban Higher Education Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time: Mon, Apr 11 - 12:50pm - 1:30pm  Building/Room: Marriott Montreal Chateau Champlain / Salle de Bal Ballroom & Foyer Participants

Name Affiliation Role K–12 School Counselors and StudentsÂ’ 9th Grade Transition as Pathways to College Access *Daniel Dinn-You Liou, Robert Cooper   Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Programs: Equity and Excellence for Diverse Students in Urban Environments? *Robin Kyburg, Holly Hertberg, Carolyn M. Callahan   Transforming Trauma: The Impact of the Arts on Urban Students Coping with Chronic Community Violence *Stephanie Urso Spina   * The asterisk represents presenting participants.       Title: Leadership and Higher Education Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time: Thu, Apr 14 - 10:35am - 12:05pm  Building/Room: Hilton Montreal Bonaventure / Longueuil Participants

Name Affiliation Role Distributed Leadership Activity: Managing Conflict in Urban Schools*Diego Ochoa   Marginalized Student Perceptions of Higher Education: Identifying Factors That Influence Urban Students Aspiring to Be Teachers *Luana J. Zellner, Kim Harvey, Carrie Marz, Shelia Fobbs   Analysis of Baseline Data on College-Going Predisposition of 9th Graders in an Urban High School in California *Cheong R. Huh, Robert Cooper   On-Line Graduate Course in an Urban University *Lori Y. Kim   * The asterisk represents presenting participants     Title: Learning to Teach for Democracy and Social Justice in a Changing America Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time: Mon, Apr 11 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm  Building/Room: Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth / Peribonka Abstract: The "portraits" of teacher preparation, as shared in this symposium, acknowledge the effects of a changing America and address a pressing need for grounding teaching practice in an ethic of caring and the imperatives of democratic and civil society. The presenters and participants will engage in critical dialogue to examine how urban teacher education programs are responding to meet the challenges that are redefining teacher preparation and practice. Specifically, the session will focus upon the complex and dynamic nature of preparing teachers for changing roles in schools amidst the challenges of standards and accountability, the No Child Left Behind Act, licensure/certification issues, increasing diversity, issues of social justice, shifting demographics, and a myriad of social issues that make and teaching for and practicing democracy problematic. Participants Name Affiliation Role - Karen Embry Jenlink Stephen F. Austin State University Chair - James W. Fraser Northeastern University Discussant

Teacher Education at the Crossroads: A Portrait of Teacher Preparation in a Changing America *Patrick M. Jenlink, Karen Embry Jenlink

Teacher Education at a Border Institution: A Portrait of Transformation *Rudolfo C. Chavez

Cultivating Democratic Learning Communities in a Metropolitan Environment *Thomas R. Philion, Nona Burney, Michael A. Carter, Elizabeth Meadows

Leaving the Ivory Tower for the Real World of Urban Schools *Beth Anne Berghoff, Jacqueline Blackwell

A Portrait of Teacher Education at Boston College: Preparing Educators to Teach for Social Justice *Kelly Donnell, Nicole D. Guttenberg, Andrea J. Stairs

* The asterisk represents presenting participants

  Title: Secondary Education in the Urban School Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time Thu, Apr 14 - 10:35am - 12:05pm  Building/Room: Marriott Montreal Chateau Champlain / Salon Terrasse Participants

Name Affiliation Role The Blame Game? Secondary TeachersÂ’ Attitudes Toward Teaching in Culturally Diverse Settings *Debra S. DeCastro-Ambrosetti, Grace C. Cho   Looping and Learning: Building Relationships in Middle School *Virginia Navarro, Laurie McManus

Identifying Characteristics of High Quality Urban Mathematics Teachers: A Phenomenological Approach *Pier A. Junor-Clarke, Christine D. Thomas, Draga Vidakovic

* The asterisk represents presenting participants

  Title: Supports Sustain Creative Contemplations of Urban Teachers Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time: Tue, Apr 12 - 2:15pm - 3:45pm  Building/Room: Le Centre Sheraton Montreal / Kafka Abstract: From John DeweyÂ’s first suggestions that teachersÂ’ reflections contribute to their creative teaching to Paulo FreireÂ’s suggestion that teaching is a political act, young teachers have gone forth with energy and enthusiasm, often to flee rapidly from the challenges. To support first year urban teachers, the New Teacher Network was founded in January 2003. An outgrowth of informal gatherings of Barnard CollegeÂ’s enthusiastic, but “needy,” first year New York City teachers, the group welcomed many. With a small grant from the Mellon Foundation, six to fifteen novice teachers continue to meet monthly at Barnard in a shared effort to seek options for diverse teaching needs. A larger group is linked through www.newteachernetwork.com, a school networking software from e-chalk™. The four teachers who comprise the panel represent the voices of these new teachers, reflecting every level and type of school leadership, three NYC boroughs, and those challenges specific to their own quests and styles. All participants teach, and choose to remain for their second or third year, in New York City public schools. The classes are composed of “children of color” from many walks of life and from many countries. One teaches in a school where almost all children come from families where English is not the spoken language. The other panelists teach in designated “hard to staff” schools. Each is a graduate of the Barnard College Education Program. Following the presentations, questions are posed for the discussion. Participants

Name Affiliation Role Susan Riemer Sacks Barnard College, Columbia University Chair

Tomorrow Is a New Day: Teaching Hooked Me *Eve Axelrod

Teaching: My Vehicle to Action *Karla Repple

The Green Lizard Lives On *Erica Williams

Voices from the Urban Classroom *Denise Perez

* The asterisk represents presenting participants

Title: Teacher Education for Urban School Settings Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time: Fri, Apr 15 - 10:35am - 12:05pm  Building/Room: Hilton Montreal Bonaventure / Jacques Cartier Participants

Name Affiliation Role Urban TeachersÂ’ Beliefs on Teaching and Students: Pilot Study *Kim Hyunsook Song   Uncovering Beliefs about Diversity Through Personal Reflective Writing *Carli R. Kyles, Lori J. Olafson   Negotiating Meaning in a Community of Learners: Effective Literacy Practices in a Multi-Age Urban Classroom *Sharon H. Ulanoff, Diane Brantley, Ambika Gopalakrishnan, Susan Courtney, Richard Rodgers   * The asterisk represents presenting participants

  Title: Transitions to Higher Education From Urban Schools Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time: Tue, Apr 12 - 2:15pm - 2:55pm  Building/Room: Marriott Montreal Chateau Champlain / Salle de Bal Ballroom & Foyer Participants

Name Affiliation Role Strengths-Based Attributes as Predictors of Freshmen's Academic Achievement at an Urban University *Jill M. Feldman, Glenn E. Snelbecker, Lois Benishek   Predictors of Freshmen Student Academic Progress in an Open-Admission, Urban University: An Individual Growth Model *Heather Gallacher, Joshua Gisemba Bagakas   Applying the Essential Supports for Student Learning Model to Assess Impact on Urban Schools *George E. Olson, Albert Bennett, Gregory M. Hauser   * The asterisk represents presenting participants

  Title: Urban Learning Teaching and Research Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time: Wed, Apr 13 - 6:15pm - 8:15pm Building/Room: Le Centre Sheraton Montreal / Salon 6

- Lori Y. Kim California State University–Los Angeles Chair

  Title: Urban Schooling: The New Teacher's Experience Unit: SIG-Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research Scheduled Time: Thu, Apr 14 - 4:05pm - 6:05pm  Building/Room: Hilton Montreal Bonaventure / Longueuil Participants

Name Affiliation Role Teacher Induction Program Participation: A Study of Four Minority Teachers *Sandra B. Chong   Perceptions About Urban Schools: Changes in Preservice Teachers After Working in a City School *Diane Truscott, John K. Roden   High Hopes and High Needs: Learning to Teach in City Schools *Mark K. Warford, *Manuel Estrada   * The asterisk represents presenting participants

 

 

AERA Annual Meeting 2003 - Chicago

41.067

SIG-ULTR-14 -----SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Division: SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Sponsors
SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Session Type: Paper Session
Time and Place:
April 23, Wednesday, 8:15 AM--9:45 AM
Swissotel, Appenzell, 3rd Floor

Presenter:
Stages of Knowing: Initiate Teachers in Urban Schools
---Susan Clarke Quinnipiac University [email protected]

Do We Think Alike? Special Education Intern and Mentor Ratings of
Intern Support Needs and Mentor Effectiveness
---Margaret Clark California State University, Los Angeles [email protected]

An Arts-Based Approach in Urban Education: Examining a Public
Waldorf-Inspired Elementary School
---Dana Roger University of Wisconsin-Whitewater [email protected]

Stories from the Classrooms: How Expectations and Efficacy of Diverse
Teachers Affect the Academic Performance of Children in Poor Urban
Schools
---Susan Warren Carden Arbor View School [email protected]
---Franklin CampbellJones California State University, Los Angeles [email protected]
---Brenda CampbellJones Azusa Pacific University [email protected]
Discussant:
CHAIR :
Angela Louque---California State University, San Bernardino ----- [email protected]


47.017

SIG-ULTR-17 -----SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Paper Discussion
Division: SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Sponsors
SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Session Type: Paper Discussion
Time and Place:
April 23, Wednesday,
1:15 PM--1:55 PM
Hyatt, Grand Ballroom F,
East Tower - Gold Level

Presenter:
Multi-cultured to death: A rural, land-grant University's attempts to provide
authentic multicultural experiences for preservice teachers
---Kathleen Carico Virginia Tech [email protected]
---David Hicks Virginia Tech [email protected]
---Carl Young Virginia Tech [email protected]
---Geoge Glasson Virginia Tech [email protected]

Producing and sharing pedagogical knowledge within an urban university:
Models for practice
---Lois Weiner New Jersey City University [email protected]
---Basanti Chkraborty New Jersey City University [email protected]
---David Blackmore New Jersey City University [email protected]
---Joshua Fausty New Jersey City University [email protected]
---Muriel Rand New Jersey City University [email protected]

Sharing the Data along with the Responsibility: Examining an Analytic
Scale-Based Model for Assessing School Climate
---John Shindler California State University, Los Angeles -----jshink[email protected]
---Clint Taylor California State University, Los Angeles [email protected]
---Albert Jones California State University, Los Angeles [email protected]
---Lupe Cadenas California State University, Los Angeles [email protected]

Don't Compromise the Importance of the Affective Domain: An Analysis of
the Benefits of Social Relationships on School Climate in Urban Schools
---Edward Negrete California State University, Los Angeles [email protected]
---Amanda Mayo California State University, Los Angeles [email protected]

Literacy 1 in L2: Learning to Read in English by First Grade
---Mary Dingle Sonoma State University [email protected]
---Diane Haager California State University, Los Angeles

48.075

SIG-ULTR-16 -----SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Division: SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Sponsors
SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Session Type: Paper Discussion
Time and Place:
April 23, Wednesday, 2:15 PM--2:55 PM
Hyatt, Grand Ballroom F,
East Tower - Gold Level

Presenter:
Are Urban School Students Being Empowered by the Use of Technology ? .
---Debra DeCastro-Ambrosetti California State University, Fullerton [email protected]
---Grace Cho California State University, Fullerton [email protected]

Synthetic Phonics, Before and After: Patterns of Reading Comprehension
and Decoding Errors of Linguistically Diverse Urban Elementary-School
Students before and after Adoption of Scripted, Part-to-Whole Phonics
Instruction
---Robertq Land CSULA [email protected]
---Veronica Plascencia Vermont Ave. Elementary [email protected]

Preparing Teachers for Urban Schools: How are We Doing?
---Kimberly Higdon Southwest Texas State University [email protected]
---Barbara Davis Southwest Texas State University [email protected]

Impact of School Type on Academic Achievement of Low SES Early
Childhood in Urban Schools
---Hae-Seong Park University of New Orleans [email protected]

Analyzing Equity in Educational Outcomes in Urban Schools
---Lori Kim California State University, Los Angeles [email protected]

66.048

SIG-ULTR-19 -----Business Meeting: SIG Urban Learning,
Teaching, and Research
Division: SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Sponsors
SIG: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research
Session Type: Business Meeting
Time and Place:
April 24, Thursday, 4:05 PM--5:35 PM
Sheraton,
Lincoln Boardroom, Level 3

Presenter:
Decision Making, Planning and Implementation of a K-12 Reform Initiative
in Large Urban School District
---Sue Thompson University of Missouri-Kansas City [email protected]
---Jean Ann Summers Kansas University [email protected]
---Eugene Eubanks University of Missouri-Kansas City [email protected]
---Loyce Carruthers University of Missouri-Kansas City [email protected]

Previous Meetings:

AERA Annual Meeting 2002 - New Orleans

Keynotes from 2002 ULTR Sessions:

Educational Reforms in Urban Schools and University Programs

Implementing a Literacy Backpack Project in Downtown Los Angeles: Potentials and Pitfalls

Issues for Urban School Leaders on Finance, Technology, and Safety

Preparing Prospective Teachers to Work Effectively with Culturally Diverse Student Populations in Urban Settings

Supporting Special Education Teachers and Students in Urban Schools

 

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