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Fordham GSE to Present at American Educational Research Association Mtg.

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Congratulations to Hannah Sugarman, School Psychology Graduate Assistant in the GSE’s Rosa A. Hagin Consultation and Early Childhood Centers, for her collaboration with Dr. Eric C. Chen, Associate Professor in the GSE Division of Psychological and Educational Services, on a accepted paper proposal. The proposal, entitled “Transgender Students’ Navigation of Gender Identity and Relationships in High Schools: A Phenomenological Analysis”, will be presented at the 2018 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting in New York City, April 13-17.  Read on for more details about all of the Fordham GSE’s 2018 AERA Sessions.

Fordham AERA 2018 Sessions

Friday, April 13

  • Triangulating Graduate Outcomes As Measures of Leadership Preparation Effectiveness: One Program’s Results
    • Margaret Terry Orr
    • 12:00 to 1:30pm
    • Park Central Hotel New York, Liberty Room
    • In Event: Utilizing Evaluation to Impact Leadership Development
  • Developing Beginning Leadership Performance Assessments for Statewide Use: Design and Pilot Study Results
    • Mary Vixie Sandy, California Commission on Teacher Credentialing; Amy Reising, California Commission on Teacher Credentialing; Margaret Terry Orr, Fordham University; Stephen H. Davis, California State Polytechnic University – Pomona; Nicole A. Amador, Pearson; Heather Susan Klesch, Pearson
    • 12:00-1:30pm
    • Park Central Hotel New York, Liberty Room
    • In Event: Utilizing Evaluation to Impact Leadership Development
  • Counseling Psychology Trainees’ Experiences With Difficult Diversity Dialogues in Practice
    • Chelsea Atlas, Fordham University; Margo A. Jackson, Fordham University
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Americas Hall 1-2 – Exhibit Hall
    • In Event: Poster Session: Technology Integration
    • In Poster Session: Applications of Counseling Psychology in Practice
    • Motivation to Read Digital Texts

●     Motivation to Read Digital Texts

  • Kristen H. Turner, Drew University; Akane Zusho, Fordham University
  • 2:15 to 3:45pm
  • Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Room 4.11
  • In Event: Beyond Thematic Coding: Applications of Qualitative Methods to Advance Motivation Studies

 Saturday, April 14

  • Teaching Artists’ Perceptions of Practice With Students of Color
    • Manuel Simmons, Fordham University
    • 8:15 to 9:45am
    • Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Fourth Floor, Room 4.02-4.03
    • In Event: Arts Education, Diversity, and Social Justice

●     Teacher Burnout as a Predictor of Emotional Support and Organization within Classrooms

  • Alexa Connors, Fordham University; Essie Sutton, Fordham University; Amy Lowenstein, Joshua L. Brown, Fordham University
  • 10:35am to 12:05pm
  • Crown Plaza Times Square, Act III-IV Room
  • In Event: Early Childhood Impacts Roundtable
  • In Roundtable Session: Teachers’ Social and Emotional competence and its Impact on Students

●     Writing Process and its Effect on the Quality of Product

  • Kristen H. Turner, Drew University; Pamela Giambona, Fordham University
  • 12:25 to 1:55pm
  • Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Eighth Floor, Gallery 8
  • In Event: Division B Roundtable Saturday 12:25
  • In Roundtable Session: Digital Texts and Digital Talk: Tracing Online Reading and Writing Practices

●     The Possibilities of Think-Alouds in K–5 Classrooms

  • Molly Ness, Fordham University
  • 12:25 to 1:55pm
  • New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 4
  • In Event: Critical Issues in Literacy Research Roundtable 3

●     The Effect of Student-Teacher Racial/Ethnic Congruence and Classroom Diversity on Students’ Social and Academic Outcomes

  • Damira S. Rasheed, Fordham University; Joshua L. Brown, Fordham University; Patricia A. Jennings, University of Virginia
  • 2:15 to 3:45pm
  • Crown Plaza Times Square, Times Square B Room
  • In Event: Social and Emotional Learning and Academic Achievement

●     Transgender Students’ Navigation of Gender Identity and Relationships in High Schools: A Phenomenological Analysis

  • Hannah Sugarman, Fordham University; Eric C. Chen, Fordham University
  • 2:15 to 3:45pm
  • New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 3
  • In Event: Wind Band: Pedagogy, Practices, and Participants
  • In Roundtable Session: LGBTQ Youth Making and Remaking Their Worlds

●     Culture and Motivation

  • Akane Zusho, Fordham University; Revathy Kumar, University of Toledo
  • 4:05 to 6:05pm
  • Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Fifth Floor, Room 5.08
  • In Event: Culture, Context, and Meaning: Honoring Marty Maehr’s Contributions to the Field of Achievement Motivation

Sunday, April 15

    • Elizabeth Leisy Stosich, Fordham University
    • 10:35am to 12:05pm
    • Park Central Hotel New York, Mezzanine Level, Times Square
    • In Event: Collaboration for Change: Multiple Voices and Stakeholders in School ImprovementInstructional Leadership Teams as a Strategy for Improving Teaching and Learning in High-Poverty High Schools: Learning from District and School Leaders

●     Supporting Novice, Alternatively Certified English as a New Language Teachers with Culturally Responsive Teaching

  • Amanda Moody Maestranzi, Fordham University
  • 10:35am to 12:05pm
  • Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Empire Ballroom East
  • In Event: Sheraton Roundtable Session 12
  • In Roundtable Session: Examining Effective Instructional Practices, and Dispositions for Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

●     Adult Perspectives on Art Experiences in a Title I School Community

  • Jaymie Paige Stein Green, Paterson Public Schools & Fordham University
  • 10:35am to 12:05pm
  • Eighth Floor, Gallery 8
  • In Event: Division B Roundtable Sunday 10:35
  • In Roundtable Session: Arts, Education, Community, and Social Justice

Monday, April 16

●     The Role of Phonological Recoding in Enhancing Vocabulary Learning

  • Susan J. Chambre, Children’s Literacy Initiative; Linnea C. Ehri, City University of New York; Molly Ness, Fordham University
  • 8:15-9:45am
  • Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Eighth Floor, Gallery 8
  • In Event: Student Learning and Teacher Effectiveness in Physical Education
  • In Roundtable Session: Research in Vocabulary Development

●     Bullying and Victimization of Both Students and Teachers

  • Chair: Essie Sutton, Fordham University
  • 8:15 to 9:45am
  • Crown Plaza Times Square, Act III-IV Room

●     Invented Spelling, Word Stress, and Syllable Awareness in Relation to Reading Difficulties in Children

  • Sheena Mehta; Yi Ding, Fordham University; Molly Ness, Fordham University; Eric C. Chen, Fordham University
  • 10:35am to 12:05pm
  • Park Central Hotel New York, Ballroom Level, Grand Ballroom
  • In Event: Roundtable Session: Interventions in Special Education

●     Weaving Cultural Relevance and Achievement Motivation into Inclusive Classroom Culture

  • Revathy Kumar, University of Toledo; Akane Zusho, Fordham University; Rhonda Suzanne Bondie, Harvard University
  • 12:25 to 1:55pm
  • Millennium Broadway New York Times Square, Sixth Floor, Room 6.01
  • In Event: New Directions in Culture, Motivation, and Learning

●     Teacher Candidates’ Spelling and Phonics Knowledge

  • Alison Leveque, Fordham University
  • 2:15 to 3:45pm
  • Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Empire Ballroom East
  • In Event: School structures and preservice teachers’ experience
  • In Roundtable Session: Cultivating Effective Literacy Instruction and Assessment in Preservice Teachers

●     Underrepresented Minority Students in STEM Negotiating Racial and Ethnic Microaggressions

  • Christie-Belle Garcia, Fordham University; Margo A. Jackson, Fordham University
  • 4:05 to 5:35pm
  • New York Marriott Marquis, Fifth Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 2
  • In Event: Learning and Development in Raced and Classed Contexts
  • In Roundtable Session: Learning and Development Through STEM

●     High-Quality Pre-K Classroom Practices for Dual Language Learners: A Review of the Quantitative Research

  • Tiedan Huang, Fordham University; Chun Zhang, Fordham University; Caitlin Coe, Fordham University; Qiong Yu, Fordham University
  • 4:05 to 5:35pm
  • Sheraton New York Times Square, Second Floor, Empire Ballroom East
  • In Event: Preservice Teachers’ Curricular Resource Use for Teaching Math and Science
  • In Roundtable Session: Responsive Approaches to Supporting English Learner Students in P-12 Contexts

Tuesday, April 17

●     International Comparison of School Leadership Preparation and Evaluation Policies

  • Margaret Terry Orr, Fordham University; Liz Hollingworth, University of Iowa
  • 8:15 to 9:45am
  • Park Central Hotel New York, Mezzanine Level, Manhattan A Room
  • In Event: Examining Perspective and Improving Curriculum in Educational Leadership Programs

●     The Vocational Interests and Personality Types of College Engineering Students in Relation to Their Academic Achievement

  • Naser Hourieh, Fordham University; Qian Wang, Manhattan College; Eric C. Chen, Fordham University; Yi Ding, Fordham University
  • 2:15 to 3:45pm
  • New York Marriott Marquis, Fourth Floor, Wilder
  • In Event: Tests as Predictive Tools in Career/College Success
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