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Education Faculty Publications and Presentations for 2018-2019 Academic Year

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Publications

Ansari, A., & Gottfried, M.A. (2018). Early Childhood Educational Settings and School Absenteeism for Children with Disabilities. AERA Open, 4, online.

Arya, D.J. and Vetter, A. (accepted). Silence(ing) across learning spaces: New considerations for educational research. Linguistics & Education.

Arya, D.J., Clairmont, A., & Hirsch, S. (in press). Interpreting and explaining data representations: A comparison across grades 1-7. In T. Phillips and R. Dippre (Eds.), Perspectives in Writing. Colorado State University Press & the University Press of Colorado.

Arya, D.J., Clairmont, A., Katz, D. & Maul, A. (in press). Measuring reading strategy use [Special issue on validity studies]. Educational Assessment.

Azzam, T., & Whyte, C. E. (2018). Evaluative feedback delivery and the factors that affect success. Evaluation and program planning, 67, 148-159.

Bazerman, C. (2019). A? Developmental? Path? To? Text? Quality? Journal of Literacy Research. 51,3, 381-387.

Bazerman, C. (2018). Criando Identidades em um Mundo Textual. In Messias Dieb (Ed.) A Aprendizagem E O Ensina da Escrita (pp. 115-132). Campinas BR: Pontes.

Bazerman, C. (2019). What do humans do best? Developing communicative humans in the changing socio-cyborgian landscape. In S. Logan & W. Slater (eds.). Perspectives on Academic and Professional Writing in an Age of Accountability (pp. 187-203). Southern Illinois University Press.

Bazerman, C. (2018). What does a model model? And for whom? Educational Psychologist 53, 4, 301-318.

Beucher, R., Arya, D.J. & Wang, C. (in press). Interactive whiteboard (IWB) use during student collaborative reading practices: A year-long comparison of instructional approaches. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education.

Bloome, D. & Green, J. (2018). Ethnography. In B. Frey (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Boutin-Martinez, A., Mireles-Rios, R., Nylund-Gibson, K., & Simon, O. (2019). Exploring Resilience in Latina/o Academic Outcomes: A Latent Class Approach. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 24(2), 174-191.

Cano Barrios, J., McBeath, J., Pulgar, J., Arya, D.J., & Duran, R. (in press). Narrativas digitales para fomentar el interés en el aprendizaje de ciencias (Digital storytelling to foster interest in STEM learning). In C. Ricardo Barreto, M. Borjas, J. Cano Barrios & C. Astorga (Eds.), Ambientes de Aprendizaje Mediados por TIC en Educación Infantil. Barranquilla, Colombia: Editorial Universidad del Norte.

Carpenter, S. L., Iveland, A., Moon, S., Hansen, A., Bianchini, J. A. & Harlow, D. B. (2019). Models are a “metaphor in your brain”: How potential and preservice teachers understand the science and engineering practice of modeling. School Science and Mathematics, 119(5), 275-286. https://doi.org/10.1111/ssm.12340.

Chun, D. M., & Frodesen, J. (2019). Second language acquisition. In C. Genetti (Ed.), How languages work (2nd ed.) (pp. 366-386). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clairmont, A., & Maul, A. (2019). A review of Sociocognitive Foundations of Educational Measurement by Robert Mislevy. Psychometrika. doi: 10.1007/s11336-019-09678-1.

Conley, S. (2019). Karl Weick's spines of leaders: Reflections on an early essay. In B. L.Johnson, Jr., & S. D. Kruse, Educational leadership, organizational learning, and the ideas of Karl Weick: Perspectives on theory and practice (pp. 54-74), New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Conley, S., & You, S. (2018). School organizational factors relating to teachers' intentions to leave: A mediator model. Current Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-018-9953-0.

Conley, S., Mainz, E., & Wellington, L. (2019). Providing teachers with a choice in evaluation: A case study of veteran teachers' views. In M. L. Derrington & J. Brandon (Eds.), Differentiated teacher evaluation and professional learning: Policies and practices for promoting career growth (pp. 37-58), Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Connolley, T., Skinner, R., & Harlow, D. (in press) Sparking discussion through Visual Thinking Strategies, Science & Children.

Curwen, M. S., Ardell, A., MacGillivray, L., & Lambert, R. (2018). Systems Thinking in a Second Grade Curriculum: Students Engaged to Address a Statewide Drought. Frontiers in Education, 3. https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2018.00090.

de Araujo, Z. U., Roberts, S. A., Willey, C. J., & Zahner, W. C. (2018). English learners in K–12 mathematics education: A review of the literature. Review of Educational Research, 88(6), 879-919. DOI: 10.3102/0034654318798093.

de Araujo, Z. U., Roberts, S. A., Willey, C. J., & Zahner, W. C. (2018). The mathematics education of English learners. In T.E. Hodges, G. J. Roy, & A. M. Tyminski, (Eds.), Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pp. 1412-1421). Greenville, SC: University of South Carolina & Clemson University.

Fematt, V. L., Grimm, R. P., Nylund-Gibson, K., Gerber, M. M., Brenner, M. B., & Solórzano, D. (in press). Identifying Transfer Student Subgroups by Academic and Social Adjustment: A Latent Class Analysis. Community College Journal of Research and Practice.

Garcia, N.M. & Mireles-Rios, R. (2019). Historical Development of Multiculturalism and Diversity in Student Affairs Practice. Eds. Zhang, N. & Howard-Hamilton, M. In Multicultural and Diversity Issues in Student Affairs Practice: A Professional Competency-Based Approach.

Gottfried, M.A. (2018). Are Today’s Students with Disabilities More Likely to Attend Full-Day Kindergarten or Part-Day Kindergarten? Analysis of Two Cohorts of Students and Their Teachers. Exceptional Children, 85, 28-45.

Gottfried, M.A. (2019). Chronic Absenteeism in the Classroom Context: Effects on Achievement. Urban Education, 54, 3-34.

Gottfried, M.A., & Ansari, A. (2019). Raising the Bar: Teaching Kindergartners with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities and Teachers’ Readiness Expectations. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 48, 75-83.

Gottfried, M.A., & Hutt. E. (2019). Absent from School: Understanding and Addressing Student Absenteeism. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Gottfried, M.A., Kirksey, J.J., & Wright, A. (2019). Same-Race Student-Teacher: Comparing Outcomes for Kindergartners with and without Disabilities. Remedial and Special Education, 40, 225-235.

Gottfried, M.A., & Plasman, J.S. (2018). From Secondary to Postsecondary: Charting an Engineering Career and Technical Education Pathway. Journal of Engineering Education, 107, 531-555.

Gottfried, M.A., & Sublett, C. (2019). Older Versus Younger: The Role of Kindergarten Entry Age for Students who Begin Kindergarten with Disabilities. Teachers College Record, 121.

Green, J. & Chian, M. Triangulation. In B. Frey (Ed.)., The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Green, J.L., Chian, M. & Stewart, E.A., Courtney Cazden, Game Changer. In P. Atkinson, S. Delamont, R. Williams, A. Cernat (Eds.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Research Methods. London: Sage. In press.

Green, J.L., Gumperz, John. Street, B. (2018). (Ed). International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, Language and Education.

Grimm, R., Solari, E. J., Gerber, M.M, Nylund-Gibson, K., Swanson, H. L. (in press).  A cross-linguistic examination of heterogeneous reading profiles of Spanish-speaking bilingual students. The Elementary School Journal.

Hansen, A., Hansen, E., Harlow, D. (2018). Fabricating Fidgets: An example of a research practitioner collaboration to support inclusive maker education. Connected Science Learning. 7. http://csl.nsta.org/2018/08/fabricating-fidgets/.

Hansen, A, McBeath, J., Harlow, D. (2019). No bones about it: How digital fabrication changes student perceptions of their role in the classroom. Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education, 9, 1, 6. https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/jpeer/vol9/iss1/6.

Hansen, A., Moran, A., Gribble, J., Hansen, E., Harlow, D., (in press) Making Computer Science Accessible, Science & Children.

Harlow, D., & Skinner, R., (2019). Supporting visitor centered learning through practice-based facilitation, Journal of Museum Education. 10.1080/10598650.2019.1590682.

Harman, E., & Azzam, T. (2018). Incorporating public values into evaluative criteria: Using crowdsourcing to identify criteria and standards. Evaluation and program planning, 71, 68-82.

Harman, E., & Azzam, T. (2018). Towards program theory validation: Crowdsourcing the qualitative analysis of participant experiences. Evaluation and program planning, 66, 183-194.

Harris, P. & Mireles-Rios, R. (2019). Gender Participation. In: Shackelford T., Weekes- Shackelford V. (eds) Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science.

Hilton, L. & Azzam, T. (In Press). Crowdsourcing Qualitative Thematic Analysis. American Journal of Evaluation.

Hirsch, S., Arya, D.J., & Cano Barrios, J. (in press). STEMinists in the wild: Exploring life on a changing planet. San Francisco, CA: Xóchitl Justice Press.

Ho, H-Z., & Lam, Y. W. (2019). Father Involvement in East Asia: Beyond the breadwinner role? In S. Sheldon & Turner-Vorbeck, T. (Eds.), Handbook on Family, School, and Community Relationships in Education (pp. 333-356). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell.

Hunt, J., MacDonald, B., Lambert, R., Sugita, T., & Silva, R. (2018). “Think pair show share”: UDLizing talk moves to increase classroom discourse. Teaching Children Mathematics. 25 (2), pp. 78-84.

Ibrahim, A., Huynh, B., Downey, J., Höllerer, T., Chun, D., O’Donovan, J. (2018). ARbis Pictus: A study of vocabulary learning with augmented reality. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 24(11), 2867-2874.

Jacobson, M. R., & Azzam, T. (2018). The effects of stakeholder involvement on perceptions of an evaluation’s credibility. Evaluation and program planning, 68, 64-73.

Jones, N., Azzam, T., Wanzer, D. Skousen, D., & Paige C. (In Press). Enhancing the Effectiveness of Logic Models. American Journal of Evaluation.

Kelly, G. J. & Green, J. L., (2019). Theory and Methods for Sociocultural Research in Science and Engineering Education. to be included in the Teaching and Learning in Science Series (series editor: Norm Lederman), NY: Routledge In press.

Kirksey, J.J., & Gottfried, M.A. (2018). Familiar Faces: Can Having Similar Classmates From Last Year Link to Better School Attendance This Year? Elementary School Journal, 119, 223-243.

Lambert, R. (2019). Political, relational, and complexly embodied; experiencing disability in the mathematics classroom. ZDM, 51(2), 279–289. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11858-019-01031-1.

Lambert, R., Chun, M., Davis, J., Ceja, K. L., Aguilar, K., Moran, P., & Manset, L. (2019). “My Dyslexia is Like a Bubble”: How Insiders with Learning Disabilities Describe Their Differences, Strengths, and Challenges. Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 24(1), 1–18. https://doi.org/10.18666/LDMJ-2019-V24-I2-8765.

Lambert, S.F., Tache, R. M., Liu, S. R., Nylund-Gibson, K., Ialongo, N. S. (in press).  Individual differences in patterns of community violence exposure and internalizing and externalizing behaviors. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260519867148

Mari, L., Maul, A., & Wilson, M. (in press). Can there be one meaning of “measurement” across the sciences? Journal of Physics: Conference Series.

Mari, L., Maul, A., & Wilson, M. (2018). On the existence of general properties as a problem of measurement science. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 1065. doi: 10.1088/1742-6596/1065/7/072021.

Mason, S., & Azzam, T. (2019). In need of an attitude adjustment? the role of data visualization in attitude change and evaluation influence. American Journal of Evaluation, 1098214018778808.

Maul, A., Mari, L., & Wilson, M. (2019). Intersubjectivity of measurement across the sciences. Measurement, 131, 764-770.

McLean, M., McBeath, J., Susko, T., Harlow, D. B., & Bianchini, J. A. (in press). University-elementary school partnerships: Analyzing the impact of a service-learning freshman engineering course on students’ engineering values and competence beliefs. International Journal of Engineering Education.

Mireles-Rios, R., Becchio, J.A., & Roshandel, S. (2019). Teacher evaluations and contextualized self-efficacy: Classroom management, instructional feedback and student engagement. Journal of School Administration and Research Development, 4(1).

Mireles-Rios, R., Simon, O., Roshandel, S. & Martin, P. (2019). Future aspirations and confidence: The moderating effect of teachers on Latinx high school students. Journal of Social Sciences.

Nation, J., Harlow, D., Arya, D.J., & Longtin, M. (2019). From becoming to being scientists: Developing STEM programming for girls using design-based implementation research approaches, Afterschool Matters, 29, 36-44. Available at https://niost.org/Afterschool-Matters-Spring-2019/being-and-becoming-sci....

Nishina, A., Bellmore, A., Witkow, M. R., Nylund-Gibson, K., Graham, S. (2018). Mismatch in self-reported and meta-perceived ethnic identification across the high school years.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 47(1), 51-63. doi: 10.1007/s10964-017-0726-0s

Nylund-Gibson, K., Choi, A.Y. (2019). Ten frequently asked question about latent class analysis. Translational Issues in Psychosocial Science, 4(4), 440-461.

Nylund-Gibson, K., Grimm, R., Masyn, K. (in press).  Prediction from latent classes: A demonstration of different approaches to include distal outcomes in mixture models. Structural Equation Modeling.

Pai, H-J., Ho, H-Z., & Lam, Y. W. (2018). Family-School-Community partnerships in an Atayal village: A case study of the role of tribal tutors in an indigenous Taiwanese after-school tutoring program. International Journal About Parents in Education, 10 (1), 79-90.

Roberts, S. A. (2018). Using virtual manipulatives and visuals to support English learners with fraction multiplication and division. In C. Clark, A. Vandehei, K. J. Fasching-Varner, & Z. Haddad (Eds.) Multicultural Curriculum Transformation in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (pp. 19-38). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Roberts, S., & Bianchini, J. A. (2019). Scaffolding preservice science teacher learning of effective English learner instruction: A principle-based lesson cycle. Innovations in Science Teaching, 4(3). Retrieved from https://innovations.theaste.org/scaffolding-preservice-science-teacher-l....

Roberts, S. A., Lucas, K., & Pajela, H. (2019). Development of professional vision in mathematics transfer students at a four-year research university. In S. Otten, Z. de Araujo, A. Candela, C. Munter, & C. Haines (Eds.), 41st Annual Meeting of PME–NA – The North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, St. Louis, MO.

Robinson, C. D., Scott, W., & Gottfried, M.A. (2019). Taking it to the next level: A field experiment to improve instructor-student relationships in college. AERA Open, 5.

Rodriguez, H. Mireles-Rios, R., & Conley, S. (2018). Perceptions of Latina K-12 leaders' experiences with mentorship and career advancement. Center for Leadership Equity and Research-Voz Journal, 4(2), 43-57.

Rodriguez, H., Mireles-Rios, R., & Conley, S. (2018). Perceptions of K-12 educational Latina leaders experiences with mentorship and career advancement. ClearVoz 5(4).

Skinner, R., & Harlow, D. (in press) Changing mindsets through educator training. Connected Science Learning.

Spina, A., Mireles-Rios, R., & Roberts, S.A. (2019). Perceptions of teachers as attachment figures at a boarding school. Journal of Education and Human Development, 8(1) 8-17. DOI: 10.15640/jehd.v8n1a2.

Springer, Cham. Harris, P. & Mireles-Rios, R. (2019). Nature Vs. Nurture. In: Shackelford T., Weekes- Shackelford V. (eds) Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. Springer, Cham.

Tan, P., & Lambert, R. (2019). Disability and educators in mathematics schooling research: A critical exploratory review. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 15(1). Retrieved from https://rdsjournal.org/index.php/journal/article/view/839.

Tan, P., Lambert, R., Padilla, A., & Wieman, R. (2018). A disability studies in mathematics education review of intellectual disabilities: Directions for future inquiry and practice. The Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 54. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmathb.2018.09.001.

Victorino, C., Nylund-Gibson, K., Conoly, S. (2018). Prosocial Behavior in the Professoriate: A Multi-level Analysis of Pretenured Faculty Collegiality and Job Satisfaction. International Journal of Educational Management, 32 (5), 783-798.

Walz, A., Wang, M., & Bianchini, J. A. (in press). Parental perspectives on successful parent education and behavioral intervention. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities.

Wilson, M., Mari, L., & Maul, A. (in press). The status of the concept of reference object in measurement in the human sciences compared to the physical sciences. Journal of Physics: Conference Series.

Yu, Y., & Ho, H-Z. (2018). Parent involvement and adolescent mental health in Taiwan: Gender and mediational effects. International Journal About Parents in Education, 10 (1), 111-123.

Zahner, W. C., Roberts, S. A., & Willey, C. J. (2019). The mathematics education of English learners. In S. Otten, Z. de Araujo, A. Candela, C. Munter, & C. Haines (Eds.), 41st Annual Meeting of PME–NA – The North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, St. Louis, MO.

Presentations

Arya, D. (March 2019). Writing for young minds. International broadcast for Frontiers for Young Minds, based in Lausane, Switzerland. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxL1dSBLCMA 

Arya, D. (March 2019). Communicating with young minds. International broadcast for Frontiers for Young Minds, based in Lausane, Switzerland. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UieWGHchj7A&feature=youtu.be&t=265

Arya, D. (June 2018). Measuring reading strategy use in a multilingual context. Presented at the invitation from the Centre for Educational Assessment, Oxford University, Oxford, UK.

Azzam, T., Pham, P. Skousen, D., & Hilton, L. (October 2018). Crowdsourcing as a Method for Qualitative Data Analysis. Presented at the annual conference of the American Evaluation Association, Cleveland, OH.

Azzam, T., Wanzer, D. Paige, C. & Codd, H. (October 2018). Investigating Political Situations in Evaluation. Presented at the annual conference of the American Evaluation Association, Cleveland, OH.

Bazerman, C. (March 2019). The value of empirically researching a practical art. Universidad de Antafogasta, Antofogasta , Chile. November 2018 Learning Not to Stigmatize Dialects: Writing about Linguistic Data. College Composition and Communication, Pittsburgh.

Bazerman, C. (June 2019). Schooling for life, all lives: Opportunity, dilemma, challenge, critical thought. Autonomous University of Guadalajara.

Bazerman, C. (November 2018). Formarse como escritores a lo largo de la vida. Abordajes y desafíos Universdad Nacional de Cordoba, RAILEES.

Bazerman, C. (November 2018). Escritura y procesos de formación en los campos disciplinares/profesionales. Implicancias para enseñanzas inclusivas: Conversatorio Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, RAILEES.

Bazerman, C. (November 2018). El papel de los datos y la evidencia en la escritura académica. Universidad Nacional de Cordoba.

Bazerman, C. (November 2018). The Flight of the Lettered Life: Knowledge, Meaning, Action Universidad de Antafogasta, Antofogasta, Chile.

Bazerman, C. (October 2018). Students Write Before, After, and Outside Our Classes: An Introduction to Lifespan Development of Writing Abilities : workshop ALES Conference, Santiago, Chile.

Bazerman, C. (October 2018). The value of empirically researching a practical art. ALES Conference, Santiago, Chile.

Bazerman, C. (October 2018). Escritura significativa para aprende. Universidad de O’Higgins, Rancagua, Chile.

Bazerman, C. (October 2018). Retroalimentacion in the ZPD. Universidad de O’Higgins, Rancagua, Chile.

Bazerman, C. (October 2018). Workshop on Feedback on Post-Graduate Writing. Universidad Catolica, Santiago, Chile.

Bazerman, C. (October 2018). The Flight of the Lettered Life: Knowledge, Meaning, Action. Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción Concepcion, Chile.

Bazerman, C. (August 2018). Developing a Method for Coordinated Longitudinal Projects: The Lifespan Writing Collaboration. SigWriting, EARLI, Antwerp, Belgium.

Bazerman, C. (August 2018). Inscribing Data in Disciplinary Academic Writing. SigWriting, EARLI, Antwerp, Belgium.

Bazerman, C. (August 2018). The role of data and evidence in academic writing University of Gothenborg.

Meier, V., Spina, A. D., McLean, M., Aminger, W., Carpenter, S. L., & Bianchini, J. A. (April 2019). Investigating preservice secondary science and mathematics teachers’ understanding of English learners. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada.

Aminger, W., McLean, M., Meier, V., Spina, A. D., Bushong, L., Pinter, S., Carpenter, S. L., & Bianchini, J. A. (April 2019). Preparing reform-minded secondary science and mathematics teachers to teach English learners: An investigation across programs. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Baltimore, MD.

Carpenter, S. L., Hansen, A. K., Macias, M., Arevalo, E., Stone, E. M., & Bianchini, J. A. (April 2019). Changes in preservice secondary science teachers’ understanding of principles of equitable reform-based science instruction. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Baltimore, MD.

Meier, V., Spina, A., McLean, M., Aminger, W., Carpenter, S. L., & Bianchini, J. A. (March 2019), Preservice secondary science and mathematics teachers’ understanding of English learners. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, GA.

Chun, D.M. (2019). ARbis Pictus: Augmented Reality for L2 Vocabulary Learning. CALICO Annual Conference. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Chun D.M. (2019). Trends and Trajectories in Technology Enhanced Languaculture Learning. Center for Open Educational Resources for Language Learning. University of Texas, Austin.

Dewar, T. (February 2019). Which Comes First, Reading or Writing? Balancing Literacy Instruction in the Secondary ELA Classroom California Association of Teachers of English (CATE) Annual Convention. Hyatt Regency SFO, Burlingame, CA

Rodriguez, H., Mireles-Rios, R. & Conley, S. (March 2019). Perceptions of Latina K-12 Leaders' Experiences with Mentoring and Career Advancement. Center for Leadership Equity and Research (CLEAR) Annual Meeting, Fresno, CA.

Gottfried, M.A., & Kirksey, J.J. School Breakfast and Absenteeism: Leveraging Existing School Programs to Boost School Going. Paper presentation at the Chronic Absenteeism Thinkers Meeting, Denver, CO.

Plasman, J., Gottfried, M.A., & Klasik, D. (2019). Trending Up: A Cross-Cohort Exploration of STEM Career and Technical Education Participation by Low-Income Students. Invited research presentation to the CTE Research Network.

Plasman, J., Gottfried, M.A., & Klasik, D. (2019). Are More Low-Income Students Taking STEM-Focused Career and Technical Education Courses? Cross Cohort Evidence from the United States. Paper presentation at the 21st Annual Athens Institute for Education and Research International Conference on Education, Athens, Greece.

Kirksey, J.J., & Gottfried, M.A. (2019). Examining the Catholic School Effect on Absenteeism in Kindergarten: Evidence from a Nationally Representative Cohort. Paper presentation at the AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Le, V., & Gottfried, M.A. (2019). Advanced Content in Kindergarten: What Instruction Gets Left Behind? Paper presentation at the AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Plasman, J., & Gottfried, M.A. (2019). Do Students Taking More STEM Career and Technical Education Courses Attend School More Often? Paper presentation at the AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Salem, C., Gottfried, M.A., & Kirksey, J.J. (2019). Is there Equity in Access to School Transportation? Exploring Busing in Rural Communities. Paper presentation at the AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Robinson, C., Scott, W., Gottfried, M.A., & Gehlbach, H. (2019). Looking Beyond Skin-Deep Similarities: College Instructor-Student Demographic Match vs. Perceived Similarity. Paper presentation at the AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Plasman, J., Gottfried, M.A., & Klasik, D. (2019). Low-Income Student Participation in High School AS-CTE Coursework: A Cross-Cohort Analysis. Paper presentation at the AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Plasman, J., Gottfried, M.A., & Walker, B. (2019). Opening New Doors to Accelerating Students: Evaluating a Postsecondary STEM Persistence Student Support Program. Paper presentation at the AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Kirksey, J.J., Sattin-Bajaj, C., Gottfried, M.A., & Freeman, J.A. (2019). Schools as Sanctuaries? Examining Variation in the Impact of Immigration Enforcement Actions on Educational Outcomes for Hispanic Students. Paper presentation at the AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Gottfried, M.A. (2019). Addressing Absenteeism: What Policies are Scalable and Replicable? Paper Presentation and Session Organizer at the AEFP Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Santibanez, L., Gottfried, M.A., & Kirkegaard, A. (2019). Are English Learners More Likely to Attend School after Reclassification? Paper Presentation at the AEFP Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Kirksey, J.J., Gottfried, M.A., & Hutt, E.H. (2019). A Tale of Two Policies: Understanding Teacher Performance Assessments and Inclusion for Teachers and Students with Learning Disabilities. Paper Presentation at the AEFP Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Kirksey, J.J., Sattin-Bajaj, C., Gottfried, M.A., & Freeman, J. (2019). Debunking the Myth that Schools are Sanctuaries: Examining Variation in the Impact of Immigration Enforcement Actions on Educational Outcomes. Paper Presentation at the AEFP Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Plasman, J., Gottfried, M.A., & Klasik, D. (2019). Trending Up: A Cross-cohort Exploration of STEM Career and Technical Education Participation by Low-income Students. Paper Presentation at the AEFP Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Ozuna, C., Gottfried, M.A., & Kirksey, J.J. (2019). Who Benefits from School Transportation? Exploring Busing and Absenteeism in Rural Communities? Paper Presentation at the AEFP Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Gottfried, M.A., & Kirksey, J.J. (2019). Absenteeism in Full-day vs. Part-day Kindergarten: Do the Differences in Absenteeism Persist in Later Years of Elementary School for Children with Disabilities. Paper Presentation at the AEFP Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Gottfried, M.A. (2019). Myths About School Attendance. Paper Presentation at the PACE Annual Conference, Sacramento, CA. Presentations in 2018

Kirksey, J., Gottfried, M.A., & Hutt, E. (2018). Are Teachers Prepared to Teach Students with Learning Disabilities? Invited Paper Presentation at the University of California Center in Sacramento.

Plasman, J., & Gottfried, M.A. (2018). Parent Employment and Student STEM Success: An Empirical Exploration. Poster Presentation at the European Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Bolzano, Italy.

Hutt, E., & Gottfried, M.A. (2018) Addressing Absenteeism: 5 Myths About School Attendance. Invited Paper Presentation at the Boston Foundation.

Gottfried, M.A., Hutt, E., & Kirksey, J. (2018). Are New Teachers Prepared to Educate Students with Disabilities? Examining the Overlay of Changes to Inclusion and Teacher Education Policies. Paper Presentation at the APPAM International Conference, Mexico City, Mexico.

Green, J. (August 2019). Panel Member on Ethnography, Literacy and Policy Contexts. Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte Brazil.

Green, J. (April 2019). Seminar on An Interactional Ethnographic Approach to Discourse Analysis. Simon Frazier University.

Green, J. (June 2018). Ethnographic Eyes. Invited Keynote The 13th International Conference on the Learning: Rethinking learning in the digital age: Making the Learning Sciences count, London, England.

Green, J. & Baker, D. (2018). Workshop on Interactional Ethnographic Research at National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research. Conference, Towson State University.

Harlow, D. (July 2019). Physics, Fieldtrips, and Facilitation: Using Research-Practice Partnerships to Transform Learning. American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT).

Harlow, D., Skinner, R., Hansen, A., Muller, A., Macias, M., Nation, J., Marckwordt, J., Pulgar, J., Spina, A., Arevalo, A., Lucas, K. (July 2019). Museum-based physics education research through research-practice partnerships (RPPs). Parallel session at 2019 Annual Meeting of the Physics Education Conference (PERC). Provo, UT.

Muller, A., Marckwordt, J., Harlow, D., & Skinner, R, (July 2019). Engineering Explorations: Integrating Physics and Engineering Activities into Classrooms. Presented at the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), Provo, UT.

Marckwordt, J., Muller, A., Harlow, D., Landsberg, R., Franklin, D. (July 2019). Making quantum computing more accessible through interactive activities. Presented at the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), Provo, UT.

Marckwordt, J., Muller, A., Harlow, D., Landsberg, R., Franklin, D. (July 2019). Developing interactive activities about complex topics for all ages: Quantum computing in interactive science centers. Presented at the Physics Education Research Conference (PERC), Provo, UT.

McBeath, J., Arya, D., & Harlow, D. (April 2018). Nevertheless, she persisted: Scientists reframing notions of science and doubt for young girls. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

McLean, M., McBeath, J., Susko, T., Harlow, D., Bianchini, J. (April 2018). Freshman and flash mobs: The development and assessment of a service-learning engineering design course using expectancy-value theory. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Ho, H.-Z. (January 2019). STEM Gateway programs by the University of California Education Abroad Program. Presentation at the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) 2019 Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Ho, H.-Z. (March 2019). Strategic planning for super-partnerships. Presentation at Asia-Pacific Association for International Education Conference 2019, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Ho, H.-Z., & Schaeffer, G. (May 2019). Developing tools for diversifying student representation in study abroad. Poster presentation at NAFSA 2019 Annual Conference & Expo, Washington, DC.

Ho, H.-Z., Anderson, M., Ikker, N., & Walker, C. (June 2019). Breaking barriers to study abroad: Perspectives from the front line of academic advisors. Presentation at University of California Education Abroad Program Annual Conference 2019, Santa Barbara, CA.

Lambert, R., Harris, E., Lane, L & Lewis, K. (April 2019) “Neurodiversity and Postsecondary Mathematics; Rethinking Expertise and Innovation.” National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, San Diego (invited speaker).

Lambert, R. & Cammer, O. (October 2018) “Empowering Students with Disabilities as Math Thinkers.” California Mathematics Council (invited speaker).

Lambert, R. & Tan, P. Does Disability Matter In Mathematics Education Research? A Research Review, Paper Session for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Conference, San Diego.

Mari, L., Maul, A., & Wilson, M. (September 2018). On the existence of general properties as a problem of measurement science. XXII International Measurement Confederation World Congress, Belfast, UK.

Cecchine, T., Mireles-Rios., R., Valenzuela, J., & Flores, G. (2020 accepted). Grappling the Headlocks of Oppression. International Conference on Sport & Science. University of Granada, Spain.

Garcia, N.M., Mireles-Rios, R. (2019). Father-Daughter Communication about Higher Education. Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE). Portland, OR.

Garcia, N.M., Mireles-Rios, R., Morales, J., Briseno, X., Cerda, R. (2019). Tu Eres Mi Otro Yo: Seeing Oneself in Ethnic Studies Curriculum at a Hispanic Serving Institution. Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE). Portland, OR.

Swami, S. & Mireles-Rios, R. (2019). Teacher Perceptions of Causes and Solutions to the Academic Achievement Gap Between Latinx and White American Students. International School Psychology Association (ISPA).

Conley, S., Mireles-Rios, R., & Rodriguez, H. (2019). Perceptions of K-12 Educational Latina Leaders Experiences with Mentorship and Career Advancement. Center for Leadership Equity and Research Leadership Mentoring Summit.

Clovis, CA. Vriesema, C., Robinson, C., Mireles-Rios, R., & Gehlbach, H. (2019). Enhancing Teacher-Student Relationships in Secondary Schools. American Educational Research Association (AERA).

Toronto, CN. Pulice, S. & Mireles-Rios, R. (2019). Teacher Coping Strategies for Wellbeing. American Educational Research Association (AERA).

Toronto, CN. Pulice, S. & Mireles-Rios, R. (2019). The Holistic Teacher: Wellbeing Matters. American Educational Research Association (AERA). Toronto, CN.

Zahner, W. C., Roberts, S. A., & Willey, C. J. (2019). The mathematics education of English learners. Working group at the 41st Annual Meeting of PME–NA – The North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, St. Louis, MO.

Roberts, S. A., Lucas, K., & Pajela, H. (2019). Development of professional vision in mathematics transfer students at a four-year research university. Paper to be presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of PME–NA – The North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, St. Louis, MO.

Roberts, S. A. & Spina, A. D. (2019). Students’ and teachers’ responses to questions meant to support mathematical discourse. Paper presented as a roundtable at the American Educational Researcher Association annual meeting, Toronto, ON.

Spina, A. D., & Roberts, S. A. (2019). The role of coherence among mathematics teachers and administrators in producing effective professional development. Paper presented as a poster at the American Educational Researcher Association annual meeting, Toronto, ON.

de Araujo, Z. U., Roberts, S. A., Willey, C. J., & Zahner, W. C. (2018). The mathematics education of English learners. Working group at the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Greenville, SC.