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GSE AERA Presentations

Presentations: April 17 | April 18 | April 19 | April 20 | April 21

Elizabeth Leisy Stosich at AERA

Friday, April 17

  • Investigations Into Teachers' "Maker" and Design Experiences
    • Alesia Mickle Moldavan, Fordham University
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Level Two, Room 203
  • Women In Leadership: Stories of Negotiation, Leverage and Social Justice
    • Virginia Roach, Fordham University; Abebayehu Aemero Tekleselassie, The George Washington University
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Floor: Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 15
    • In event: Paper Session: Leveraging Women’s Leadership Talent to Promote a Social Justice Agenda in Ethiopian Schools
  • Teaching and Learning Mathematics for Social Justice
    • Alesia Mickle Moldavan, Fordham University
    • 4:05 to 5:35pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Level Two, Room 205
    • In event: Paper Session: Advancing Conversations of Equity in Mathematics Teacher Education to Develop Critical Consciousness and Support Advocacy
  • Marriott Roundtable Session 9 - Exploring Cognitive Processes in Mathematics
    • Yi Ding, Fordham University; Jolene Trimm, Fordham University; Qian Wang, Manhattan College
    • 4:05 to 5:35pm
    • Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Floor: Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 9
    • In event: Roundtable Session: Working Memory Load and Automaticity in Relation to Problem Solving in Engineering Students: Two Applications

 


Saturday, April 18

  • Young Learners and the Promise of Bilingualism
    • Tiedan Huang, Fordham University; Chun Zhang, Fordham University; Caitlin Coe, Fordham University; Elizabeth King, Fordham University; Qiong Yu, Fordham University
    • 10:35am to 12:05pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Level Two, Room 203
    • In event: Paper Session: Measuring Quality of Experience of Young Dual Language Learners
  • Health and Well-Being in Adolescence
    • Natasha Chaku, Fordham University
    • 12:25 to 1:55pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Level Three, Room 303
    • In event: Paper Session: School and Community Influences on Health: Using Multilevel Models to Understand Cardiovascular Health in Adolescence
  • Perspectives on Curriculum Policy Implementation: History, People, and Places
    • Elizabeth Leisy Stosich, Fordham University; Emily Hodge, Montclair State University
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • InterContinental San Francisco, Floor: Fourth Floor, Laurel Hill
    • In event: Paper Session: Mixed Signals? Educator Sensemaking of Multiple Policies During Common Core Implementation in Two Metropolitan Districts
  • Marriott Roundtable Session 19 - Reproducing/Resisting Whiteness
    • Yi Ding, Fordham University; Jolene Trimm, Fordham University; Qian Wang, Manhattan College
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Floor: Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 7
    • In event: The Reproduction of White Dominant Culture: Instruction in a Predominantly White Independent Elementary School
  • Improving Education for Vulnerable Children: Starting from the Bottom
    • Carlos Raphael McCray, Fordham University; Phyllis F. Reggio, Fordham University
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • InterContinental San Francisco, Floor: Fourth Floor, Telegraph Hill
    • In event: Symposium: Providing Vulnerable Students with Well-Prepared Teachers: Impact of On-Site Mentoring
  • Commemorating the Life and Legacy of Wilbert J. (Bill) McKeachie
    • Akane Zusho, Fordham University
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Level Two, Room 201
  • Engaging Students in Mathematical Thinking
    • Alesia Mickle Moldavan, Fordham University
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Level Two, Room 204
  • Leadership for School Improvement SIG Business Meeting
    • Elizabeth Leisy Stosich, Fordham University
    • 6:15 to 7:45pm
    • InterContinental San Francisco, Floor: Fourth Floor, Laurel Hill
    • In event: Business Meeting

Sunday, April 19

  • Moscone Center West Roundtable Session 4 - How Do Teachers Approach Equity? Analyzing Educators' Understanding of Social Justice
    • Sabrina Hope King, Fordham University; Tanya E. Friedman, Hunter College
    • 8:15 to 9:45am
    • Moscone Center, Floor: West Building, Level Three, Rooms 3007-3009-3011
    • In event: The EquityEd Framework: Cultivating an equity mindset and culturally sustaining teaching strategies through self-assessment
  • Innovative Strategies for Leadership Preparation Programs
    • Jacqueline Gonzalez, Fordham University (non-presenting author); David H. Eddy-Spicer, University of Virginia; Sata L. Dexter, University of Virginia; Sonya Diana Hayes, The University of Tennessee - Knoxville; Thomas Ramming, University at Buffalo - SUNY; Matthew Scott Richardson, University of Virginia; Corrie Stone-Johnson, University at Buffalo - SUNY; Pamela D. Tucker, University of Virginia; Sheneka M. Williams, University of Georgia
    • 12:25 to 1:55pm
    • InterContinental San Francisco, Floor: Fifth Floor, Fremont
    • In event: Paper Session: Network Supports for Program Coherence in Leadership Preparation Program Redesign
  • Marriott Roundtable Session 30 - Investigating the Principalship: The Nature and Consequences of Daily Practices
    • Margaret Terry Orr, Fordham University; Mary Vixie Sandy, California Commission on Teacher Credentialing; Amy Reising, California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
    • 12:25 to 1:55pm
    • Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Floor: Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 9
    • In event: Developing Beginning Leadership Performance Assessments for Statewide Use: Comparing Field Trial Results Between Two States
  • Marriott Roundtable Session 32 - Youth Activism, Ethical Discussions, and Educational Reform
    • Tamar Brown, Fordham University
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • Marriott Marquis San Francisco, Floor: Fourth Level, Yerba Buena Salon 8

Monday, April 20

  • AERA Poster Session 9 - Supporting Learning Through Fundamental Cognitive Processes
    • Dezmarie Hines, Fordham University; Akane Zusho, Fordham University; Lynn E. Cohen, Long Island University - C.W. Post Campus
    • 8:15 to 9:45am
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Exhibition Level, Moscone Hall A
    • In event: Poster Session: Does Medium Matter? Calibration and Comprehension of Narrative and Expository Texts in Print and Digital
  • International Perspectives on Leadership
    • Margaret Terry Orr, Fordham University; Liz Hollingworth, University of Iowa; Ronit Bogler, The Open University of Israel; Izhak Berkovich, The Open University of Israel; Pedro Sanchez-Escobedo, Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan
    • 8:15 to 9:45am
    • InterContinental San Francisco, Floor: Third Floor, Marina
    • In event: Paper Session: An International Comparison of Educational Policies on Effective School Leadership
  • Learning from One Another: Research and Practice Partnerships
    • Shawn Joseph, Fordham University
    • 8:15 to 10:15am
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Upper Mezzanine, Room 160
    • In event: Invited Speaker Session: Listening and Learning: Building Project Real
  • Division K Thank-You Reception: Invitation Only
    • Justin Avery Coles, Fordham University
    • 10:35am to 12:05pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Exhibition Level, Room 9
  • Moscone Center North Roundtable Session 1 - Examining STEM Students' Learning and Academic Experiences in Postsecondary Education
    • Naser Hourieh, Fordham University; Yi Ding, Fordham University; Eric C. Chen, Fordham University; John Craven, Fordham University; Qian Wang, Manhattan College
    • 10:35am to 12:05pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: North Building, Exhibition Level, Room 24
    • In event: General Personality Types of College Engineering Students Influencing Their Academic Success
  • Moscone Center West Roundtable Session 8 - Transformational Resistance: Stories of BIPOC Educators and the Struggle for Justice
    • Justin Avery Coles, Fordham University
    • 10:35am to 12:05pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: West Building, Level Three, Rooms 3007-3009-3011
  • Leadership Preparation Partnerships, Pedagogy, and Outcomes
    • Margaret Terry Orr, Fordham University; Liz Hollingworth, University of Iowa
    • 2:15 to 3:45pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Level Two, Room 204
    • In event: Predictive Validity of the Performance Assessment of Leaders (PAL) and its Labor Market Impact (2015-2017)
  • Researcher Development Program
    • Elizabeth Leisy Stosich, Fordham University
    • 6:15 to 7:45pm
    • InterContinental San Francisco, Floor: Fifth Floor, Sutter
    • In event: Business Meeting

Tuesday, April 21

  • AERA Poster Session 13 - Contemporary Issues in Catholic Education
    • Anthony Dominick Miserandino, Fordham University
    • 8:15 to 9:45am
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Exhibition Level, Moscone Hall A
  • Seeking Routes to Freedom: Fugitive Methodologies for Rethinking Community Research, Literacies, and Engagement
    • Justin Avery Coles, Fordham University
    • 8:15 to 9:35am
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Level Three, Room 312
    • In event: Symposium: Leaning into Blackness: The Literacy Lives of Multi-Ethnic Black Urban Youth as Fugitive Method/ology and Praxis
  • Bridging Institutional Divides for Continuous Improvement: The Improvement Leadership Education and Development (iLEAD) Network
    • Margaret Terry Orr, Fordham University
    • 10:35am to 12:05pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: West Building, Level Three, Room 3001
    • In event: Structured Poster Session: Developing Improvement Science Leaders: Comparing Leadership Preparation and Leadership: Development Experiences and Early Lessons: Fordham University-NYPS Partnership
  • Different Approaches to a Shared Dilemma: Challenging Racism through Anti-oppressive Literacy Education
    • Justin Avery Coles, Fordham University
    • 10:35am to 12:05pm
    • Moscone Center, Floor: South Building, Level Three, Room 305
    • In event: Symposium: Black Textualities as a Tool for Literacy Educators’ Explorations of Blackness and AntiBlackness