AERA 2021

Dean's Salon

THE FUTURE OF CIVICS EDUCATION IN HIGH SCHOOL AND BEYOND
Friday April 9, 2021 • 1:00-2:00pm ET

A conversation with:

Dr. Diana Hess, Dean of the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dr. Rachel Talbert, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Nashman Center for Civic Engagement at the George Washington University (GW)

Moderated by:
Dr. Michael Feuer, Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at the George Washington University

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Thursday, April 8

KIMBERLY JAMISON, Ed.D.
Innovative Approaches and Considerations for Educational Leaders and Their Preparation
SIG Sessions, SIG Leadership for Social Justice Roundtable Session (Chair)
12:00 to 1:00pm ET

DWAYNE KWAYSEE WRIGHT, Ph.D., J.D.
Class Action Lawsuits for Refunds After COVID-19 Closures
SIG Sessions, SIG-Law and Education Roundtable Session
12:00 to 1:00pm ET

ERIN BAILEY and JONATHAN EAKLE, Ph.D.
Digital Literacy Coaching in the Wake of COVID-19
Division K, Division K - Section 1 Roundtable Session
1:00 to 2:00pm ET

CHRISTINE NGANGA, Ed.D.
Recruitment. Transnational Feminist Understandings of the Neoliberal Recruitment of International Women Teachers of Color
2021 AERA Global, AERA Sessions 3
1:00 to 2:00pm ET

ASHLEY STONE, Ph.D.
Beyond a Backdrop: Examining the Role of Place in Place-Bound Qualitative Higher Education Scholarship
Division J, Division J - Section 6 Roundtable Session
3:00 to 4:00pm ET

RACHEL TALBERT, Ed.D.
Urban Indigenous Students Negotiating Civic Identity in a Public School
SIG Sessions, SIG-Indigenous Peoples of the Americas Roundtable Session
4:00 to 5:00pm ET

GRAHAM PATRICK COYLE and REBECCA THESSIN, Ed.D.
A Case Study in Creating Democratic Schools Through EL Education
SIG Sessions, SIG-Democratic Citizenship in Education Roundtable Session
4:00 to 5:00pm ET

SARAH YOUNG, Ed.D.
Experiences of Students With Disabilities Transitioning From On-Ground to Online Courses in the Time of COVID-19
SIG Sessions, SIG-Disability Studies in Education Roundtable Sessions
4:00 to 5:00pm ET

ELISABETH RICE, Ed.D.
Voices From the Diaspora on Accessing Services and Opportunities for Their Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Children With Disabilities
Division G, Division G - Section 2 Roundtable Session
5:00 to 6:00pm ET

LOIS DINATALE, Ed.D. and ELLEN SCULLY-RUSS, Ed.D.
The Cultural Development of U.S. Military Veteran Moral Injury and Moral Repair: A Phenomenological Study
SIG Sessions, SIG-Cultural-Historical Research Poster Session
5:00 to 6:00pm ET

Friday, April 9

JESSA HENDERSON and NATALIE MILMAN, Ph.D.
Examining the Relationship Between Teacher Change Fatigue and the Technology Acceptance Model Pre-COVID-19 Pandemic
SIG Sessions, SIG-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning Poster Session
9:30 to 10:30am ET

JISUN JEONG
Do Educators in Rural Ghana Value Social and Emotional Competencies Necessary for Global Citizens?
SIG Sessions, SIG-International Studies Roundtable Session
9:30 to 10:30am ET

RACHEL TALBERT, Ed.D.
"That's Okay I Have a Hammer": Critical Social Studies as Civic Gate Opener
SIG Sessions, SIG-Critical Educators for Social Justice Roundtable Session
9:30 to 10:30am ET

BENJAMIN M. JACOBS, Ph.D.
Education and the Progressive Era
Division F, Division F Paper and Symposium Sessions (Discussant)
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

YAS NAKIB, Ph.D. and KARA LONG
Do Charter Schools Staff and Spend Differently? A Multiyear Examination
Division L, Division L - Section 4 Paper and Symposium Session
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

CHRISTINE NGANGA, Ed.D.
Spiritual Sustenance: Faculty of Color Co-Mentoring During a Global Pandemic
SIG Sessions, SIG-Mentorship and Mentoring Practices Paper and Symposium Session
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

CHRISTINE NGANGA, Ed.D.
Feminist Emotions, Conscientization, and Ways of Knowing: Femtoring Through Evocative Poetic Ethnographic Approaches During COVID-19
SIG Sessions, SIG-Mentorship and Mentoring Practices Paper and Symposium Session (Non-Presenting Author)
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

ELISABETH RICE, Ed.D. and EMILY BAKER
Graduate Teaching Assistant Concerns in a Large, Urban University: Instruction, Management, and Relationships
Division J, Division J - Section 4 Paper and Symposium Session
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

DWAYNE KWAYSEE WRIGHT, Ph.D., J.D.
Antiracism and Critical Race Theory
Division I, Division I Paper and Symposium Session (Discussant)
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

ARSHAD I. ALI, Ph.D. and RACHEL TALBERT, Ed.D.
Indigenous Sovereignty in the Colonized Spaces of Research: Accountability to Nonlanded Communities
Division G, Division G - Section 5 Paper and Symposium Session
4:10 to 5:40pm ET

SABRINA CURTIS
Black Girls' Political Literacies: Multimodal Composition and Civic Practice
SIG Sessions, SIG-Writing and Literacies Paper and Symposium Session
4:10 to 5:40pm ET

TARA A. DUNDERDALE, Ed.D.
Maryland Mathematics Reform Initiative
Division L, Division L - Section 9 Paper and Symposium Session
4:10 to 5:40pm ET

HALLIE FOX, HEATHER WALTER, Ed.D., and ELISABETH KUTSCHER, Ed.D.
Unpacking Teacher Well-Being and Resilience During COVID-19
SIG Sessions, SIG-Stress, Coping, and Resilience Business Meeting
4:10 to 5:40pm ET

LIONEL HOWARD, Ed.D.
Understanding Teachers' Ethnic-Racial Socialization Practices as a Tool to Combat Racial Stress for Youth
SIG Sessions, SIG-Critical Educators for Social Justice Paper and Symposium Session
4:10 to 5:40pm ET

MARYELLEN WOLFINGER
Science Teaching and Learning: Physics Education
SIG Sessions, SIG-Science Teaching and Learning Paper and Symposium Session (Discussant)
4:10 to 5:40pm ET

Saturday, April 10

MARK RECKMEYER and REBECCA THESSIN, Ed.D.
The Effects of a Principal's Interactions With Teachers on Teacher Well-Being
SIG Sessions, SIG-School Community, Climate, and Culture Roundtable Session
9:30 to 10:30am ET

KIMBERLY JAMISON, Ed.D.
Mentoring Alternatives: From Theory to Practice
SIG Sessions, SIG-Mentorship and Mentoring Practices Paper and Symposium Session (Chair)
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

ERIN BAILEY and RACHEL TALBERT, Ed.D.
Becoming an Intersectional Assemblage at a Women's March
Division B, Division B Section 1 Paper and Symposium Session
2:30 to 4:00pm ET

ANGEL JONES, Ph.D.
Self-Policing to Protect Black Women: How Stereotype Threat Impacts Black Women's Responses to Gendered-Racial Microaggressions
Division J, Division J - Section 2b Paper and Symposium Session
2:30 to 4:00pm ET

ELISABETH KUTSCHER, Ed.D., HALLIE FOX, HEATHER WALTER, Ed.D., and BETH TUCKWILLER, Ph.D.
A Tale of Caution: Navigating Teacher Resistance in a Research Partnership
SIG Sessions, SIG-School/University Collaborative Research Paper and Symposium Session
2:30 to 4:00pm ET

REBECCA THESSIN, Ed.D.
An Exploration of How District Leaders Organize to Support Underperforming Schools in Midsized Districts
SIG Sessions, SIG-Districts in Research & Reform Paper and Symposium Session
2:30 to 4:00pm ET

DENIECE DORTCH, Ph.D. (award winner)
Celebrating & Speaking - Carlos J. Vallejo Awards
Multicultural/Multiethnic Education Theory, Research and Practice SIG Business Meeting
6:15 to 7:15pm ET

Sunday, April 11

NIRMALA NARAYAN
"Becoming as Well as Being": A Systematic Qualitative Critical Review of Literature on South Asian Youth Identity Construction in Education
SIG Sessions, SIG-Research on the Education of Asian and Pacific Americans Roundtable Session
9:30 to 10:30am ET

JONATHON GROOMS, Ph.D. and KEVIN FLEMING
Student Learning and Teacher Practice During Curricular Reform to Integrate Chemistry and Earth Science
SIG Sessions, SIG-Science Teaching and Learning Paper and Symposium Session
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

BENJAMIN M. JACOBS, Ph.D.
Thinking Historically: Narratives, Reasoning, Argumentation, and Assessment
SIG Sessions, SIG-Teaching History Paper and Symposium Session (Discussant)
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

KATE P. TINDLE, Ed.D.
Teacher and Administrator Awareness and Involvement in Technology Decision Making
Division K, Division K - Section 2 Paper and Symposium Session (Non-Presenting Author)
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

MARYELLEN WOLFINGER
Teacher Leadership Within STEM
Division K, Division K - Section 2 Paper and Symposium Session (Chair)
10:40am to 12:10pm ET

HEATHER WALTER, Ed.D.
Exploring Early Childhood Special Education Teachers’ Wellbeing Through a Multidimensional Framework: A Mixed-Methods Study
SIG Sessions, SIG-Mixed Methods Research Paper and Symposium Session
12:20 to 1:20pm ET

CHRISTINE NGANGA, Ed.D.
Navigating Tensions Between Curriculum as Lived and Curriculum as Planned
SIG Sessions, SIG-Research on Women and Education Paper and Symposium Sessions
2:30 to 4:00pm ET

KIMBERLY JAMISON, Ed.D.
Evaluating and Developing Effective School Leaders
Division A, Division A - Section 5 Paper and Symposium Session (Chair)
2:30 to 4:00pm ET

SHARON LYNCH, Ph.D.
National Studies on COVID-19's Effects on K–12 STEM Education Reported by Teachers, Students, and Families
Division L, Division L - Section 7 Paper and Symposium Session (Chair)
2:30 to 4:00pm ET

NATALIE MILMAN, Ph.D.
Contemporary Issues in Technology And Teacher Education
Journal Talk 5 - 2021 AERA Global, AERA Publications Sessions
2:30 to 3:30pm ET

MICHAEL FEUER, Ph.D.
Assessment Literacy: The Heart of Teacher Education
Invited Speaker Session - 2021 AERA Global, Public Good: Power and Possibilities
4:10 to 5:40pm ET

LAURA M. GROTH, Ed.D.
Charter Schools' Early Indicators of Distress Prior to Failure: The Role and Perspective of Authorizers
SIG Sessions, SIG-Charters & School Choice Paper and Symposium Session
4:10 to 5:40pm ET

HEATHER WALTER, Ed.D., LIONEL HOWARD, Ed.D., BETH TUCKWILLER, Ph.D., ELISABETH KUTSCHER, Ed.D., and HALLIE FOX
Using an Explanatory Sequential Design to Understand Early Childhood Special Education Teacher Well-Being
Division D, Division D - Section 4 Paper and Symposium Session
4:10 to 5:40pm ET

Monday, April 12

ARSHAD I. ALI, Ph.D.
Can Critical Race Theory Address Anti-Muslim Racism?
SIG Sessions, SIG-Critical Educators for Social Justice Paper and Symposium Session
9:30 to 11:00am ET

ARSHAD I. ALI, Ph.D.
Toward a Critical Muslim Youth Studies: Conceptual and Empirical Debates and Tensions
SIG Sessions, SIG-Critical Educators for Social Justice Paper and Symposium Session (Chair)
9:30 to 11:00am ET

ARSHAD I. ALI, Ph.D.
"I Can't Breathe": Police Killings of Black Men and the Quest for Justice of Black Boys in School
Division G, Division G - Section 4 Paper and Symposium Session (Chair)
11:10am to 12:40pm ET

ELISABETH KUTSCHER, Ed.D.
Preliminary Scoping Review of the Application of Mixed Methods in Inclusive Education Research
SIG Sessions, SIG-Mixed Methods Research Paper and Symposium Session
2:50 to 4:20pm ET