UCLA Ed & IS @ AERA 2018 – At a Glance

Faculty, students and staff from the top ranked UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies are headed to New York for the annual conference of the American Education Research Association.  Here are some highlights of the research and ideas they will be sharing.

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 13

 

Jane Margolis & Julie Flapan: 11:45 a.m. -2.45 p.m – CSforAll: Teaching and Learning with Equity in an Exploring Computer Science Classroom

The High School for Hospitality and Management, NY.

 

Megan Franke & Noreen Webb: 12-1:30 pm – Validity of Observational Measures of Classroom Interaction: Who and What to Observe?

NY Hilton Midtown, 3rd Floor, Americas Hall 1-2 Exhibit Hall

 

John Rogers: 12-1:30 pm – Playing it Safe in Volatile Times: Teacher Neutrality When Teaching About Trump and Economic Inequality
NY Hilton Midtown, 4th Floor, NY Suite

 

Linda Sax: 12-1:30 pm – Reframing the Representation of Black Students in Undergraduate Computing

NY Marriott Marquis, Westside Ballroom, Salon 1

 

Tonikiaa Orange: 4:05-5:35 pm – Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Leadership: Examining a Professional Learning Program

NY Hilton Midtown, 3rd Floor, Trianon Ballroom

 

Daniel Losen: 4:05-6:05 pm – Breaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline

NY Hilton Midtown, 4th Fl., Lincoln Suite

 

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 14

 

Jeannie Oakes & Daniel Solorzano: 10:35 am-12:05 pm – VP Session: Connecting Research, Advocacy, and Policy: A Conversation Among Education Scholars

NY Marriott Marquis, 4th Floor, Odets

 

Jessica Harris: 12:25-1:55 – An Examination of Racialized Experiences in Faculty Life

NY Marriott Marquis, 4th Floor, Gilbert

 

Patricia Gándara: 2:15-3:45 pm – English Learners, Immigrant Students, and the Challenge of Time, NY Hilton Midtown, 2nd Floor, Sutton Center

 

Ozan Jacquette: 2:15-3:45 pm – Suburbio o Barrio? Using Data Science to Study Off-Campus Recruiting by Public Research Universities

NY Marriott Marquis, 5th Floor, Julliard

 

Daniel Solorzano: 2:15-3:45 pm – Division J VP Session: Addressing Hate in Higher Education: Critical Reflections on Action, Inaction, Manifestations, and Hope

NY Hilton Midtown, 2nd Fl., Beekman

 

John Rogers: 4:05-6:05 pm – Who Needs Global Citizenship Education? Democratic and Public Civic Education in Populist Times

NY Hilton Midtown, 4th Floor, Lincoln Suite

 

Patricia Gándara: 4:05-6:05 pmResearch Confronts Equity and Social Justice: Building the Emerging field of Collaborative, Community Engaged Education Research

New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Nassau Suite B

 

Walter R. Allen & Tyrone Howard: 4:05-6:05 – The 22nd Annual Continuation of Conversations with Senior Scholars on Advancing Research and Professional Development Related to Black Education

NY Hilton Midtown, 3rd Floor, Trianon Ballroom

 

Sylvia Hurtado: 7-8 pm – Social Justice in Education Award Lecture

NY Hilton Midtown, 3rd Floor, Mercury Ballroom

 

University of California Los Angeles, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies AERA Annual Reception: 7-9 pm

NY Marriott Marquis, 5th Floor, Westside Ballroom Salon 3

 

 

SUNDAY, April 15

 

Douglas Kellner: 8:15-10:15 am – School Shootings: Broadening the Context, Refocusing the Response
NY Hilton Midtown, 2nd Floor, Gramercy Suite A

 

Teresa McCarty: 10:35 am-12:05 pm – Adapted Interview Approaches With Students of Color in Urban Schools and Settings

NY Hilton Midtown, 2nd Floor, Gramercy Suite B

 

Walter R. Allen: 2:45-3:45 pm – W.E.B. DuBois Lecture

NY Hilton Midtown, 2nd Floor, Sutton North

 

 

MONDAY, April 16

 

Rashmita Mistry: 8:15-10:15 am – Conversations About Class: Results From a Curriculum Intervention with Elementary School Students

NY Hilton Midtown, 4th Floor, New York Suite

 

Mitchell Chang & Gary Orfield: 8:15-9:45 am – School Segregation, Desegregation, Resegregation, and Integration: Documenting and Troubling a Dream Deferred

NY Hilton Midtown, 2nd Floor, Sutton North

 

Alison Bailey: 10:35 am-12:05 pm – Critical Conversations: Social Justice Practices for Overcoming Psychological Barriers in K-12 Settings
Millenium Broadway NY Times Square, 5th Floor, Room 502

 

Tina Christie: 10:35 am -12:05 pm

The Importance of Understanding Cost in Community College Program Reform Evaluation: A Case Example

NY Marriott Marquis, 5th Floor, Carnegie

 

Sylvia Hurtado: 2:15-3:45 pm – Improving STEM Degree Attainment Rates: Lessons from Hispanic-Serving Institutions

NY Marriott Marquis, 4th Floor, Brecht

 

Robert Cooper: 2:15-3:45 pm – When They Enter, We All Enter: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Girls of Color and College-Going

Sheraton NY Times Square, 2nd Floor, Metropolitan West Room

 

Joseph Bishop: 2:15-3:45 pm

Toward a Civil Rights Education Finance Research Agenda

NY Hilton Midtown, 2nd Floor, Gibson Suite

 

Julie Flapan & Jane Margolis: 4:05-6:05 pm – Computer Science for All: A School Reform Framework for Broadening Participation in Computing

Westin NY at Times Square, 8th Floor, Minetta

 

Annamarie Francois: 4:05-6:05 pm – Connecting Instructional and Assessment Teacher Candidate Moves: Using Video Evidence to Drive Deeper Student Learning

NY Hilton Midtown, Concourse Level, Concourse B Room

 

TUESDAY, April 17

 

Joan Herman & Christine Ong: 8:15-9:45 am – Examining Dreams and Considering Possibilities: Reflections on a Formative Assessment Intervention Study

NY Marriott Marquis, 7th floor

 

Carlos Alberto Torres: 10:35 am – 12:05 pm – Global Citizenship Education: A New Ethics for the World System?

NY Hilton Midtown, 4th Fl., NY Suite

 

Marjorie Faulstich Orellana: 10:35 am – 12:05 pm – Cross-Cultural Communicative Competence: De-Invisibilizing the Skills of Immigrant Youth

NY Hilton Midtown, 4th Fl. Holland Suite

 

Tanya J. Gaxiola Serrano 10:35 am –  12:05pm – Critical Consciousness and Identity: The Benefits of Ethnic Studies Courses for K–16 Latinx Students

New York Hilton Midtown, Fourth Floor, Lincoln Suite

 

Emma Hipolito: 12:25-1:55 pm – Teacher Educators Creating Critical and Anti-Oppressive Alternative Spaces Within University-Based Programs

NY Hilton Midtown, Concourse Level, Concourse B Room

 

William Sandoval: 2:15-3:45 pm – The Role of Teacher Framing in Producing Coherent Next Generation Science Standards – Aligned Teaching

Sheraton NY Times Square, 2nd Fl., Metropolitan East Room

 

Non-Attending Authors:

 

Noel Enyedy

 

On Paper: The Challenge of Consistency in Sensemaking Resources Across Play and Assessment for Young Science Learners

On Session Paper: Embodiment Within Computational Models: Explorations of Agency and Normativity

On Session Paper: Measuring Debugging: How Late Elementary and Middle School Students Handle Broken Code

 

Cecilia Rios Aguilar

 

Saturday, April 14, 10:35 am-12:05 pm – Alternative Pathways to Baccalaureate Education

NY Marriott Marquis, 4th Floor, Gilbert

Monday, April 16, 8:15-9:45 am – Demystifying Financial Aid in Higher Education

NY Marriott Marquis, 4th Floor, Gilbert

Tuesday, April 17, 2:15-3:45 pm – Critically Examining the Education of Black and Latino Boys and Young Adults, Sheraton NY Times

 

Faculty and Researchers from CRESST at UCLA ED&S IS   are also making important presentations. You can learn about them here.