Participants from The Gevirtz School and UC Santa Barbara 2022 American Educational Research Association

Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Participants from The Gevirtz School and UC Santa Barbara
2022 American Educational Research Association
Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
April 21 – April 26, 2022

and the 2022 National Council on Measurement in Education Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
April 21 – 24, 2022

(all times PDT)

Thursday April 21

8-9:30am
Rebeca Mireles-Rios
with Nichole Garcia (Rutgers University)
“College Student Experiences: Healing and Power Through Ethnic Studies”
Centering Their Epistemologies: Individual and Institutional Approaches to Student Development and Learning
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: North Tower, Ground Level, Pacific Ballroom 14

Valerie Valdez
“Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Their Positioning and Agency in Student Teaching Placements During COVID-19”
Designing Field-Based Learning for Connectedness During Times of Disconnect and Crisis
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: South Building, Level 1, Temecula Ballroom 3

Rachel Lambert
Sunghee Choi
Rachel Schuck
Avery McNiff
with Kara Louise Imm (City College of New York)
“‘Empathy Is the Anchor’: Universal Design for Learning as Design Thinking”
Accessible Instruction and Universal Design for Learning: Research and Practice
AERA Roundtable Session 1
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

9:45-11:15am
Alexis Spina
Matthew D. Bennett
Meghan Macias
Stacey L. Carpenter
Julie Bianchini
with Krista Lucas (Pepperdine University)
“Cognitively Demanding Tasks and the Standards for Mathematical Practice in Preservice Teachers’ edTPA”
Alexis Spina
Meghan Macias
Matthew D. Bennett
Stacey L. Carpenter
Julie Bianchini
with Krista Lucas (Pepperdine University)
“Preparing Preservice Mathematics Teachers to Teach the Standards for Mathematical Practice”
Fostering Teacher Knowledge: Varying Approaches to Mathematics Methods in Teacher Education
Royce Olarte
Damaris Madeline Hernandez
Hannali Pajela
Sarah Ann Roberts
“Mathematics Instructors’ and Teaching Assistants’ Community-Building Activities in Remote Learning Environments”
Fostering Deeper Learning and Engagement in Mathematics
AERA Roundtable Session 2
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj (chair)
Teacher Demographics: The Promises and Possibilities of Teaching in the United States and Abroad
AERA Roundtable Session 2
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

11:30 am – 1 pm
Bertin Solis
Courtney Wright
Rebeca Mireles-Rios
Lisa Park
Ingrid Banks
Adanari Zarate
“Benefits of Ethnic Studies Courses Among Transfer Students at a Minority-Serving Institution”
College Access, Black Students, and Ethnic Studies
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: North Building, Lobby Level, Rancho Santa Fe 1

4:15-5:45pm
Hui Zhang
“Parents’ Advocacy to Inclusive Education of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in China”
Advocacy and Agency: Centering Families in Special and Inclusive Education
Manchester Grand Hyatt, Floor: 2nd Level, Harbor Tower, Balboa B

Friday April 22

8–9:30 am
Rachel Schuck
Sunghee Choi
Andrew Maul
“Developing a Measure of Teachers’ Knowledge of Neurodiversity”
Exploring Teachers’ Attitudes and Perspectives Toward Inclusion
SIG Virtual Rooms, SIG-Disability Studies in Education Virtual Roundtable Session Room

Bertin Solis
Richard Durán
“Latinx Community College Students’ Pathway to Transfer and the Bachelor’s Degree”
College Access, Community Colleges, and Geography
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: North Building, Lobby Level, Rancho Santa Fe 3

*at the National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) Annual Meeting (happening concurrently)*
1:15-2:15pm
Andrew Maul
“Philosophical realism in educational measurement: Is there a there there? And why does it matter?”
Westin San Diego Gaslamp, California Ballroom A

11:30am-1pm
Ryan Arellano
Mary Franitza
Jin-Sook Lee
“Critical Reflections on Virtual Engagement Strategies: Perspectives from Teaching Assistants”
The Promise: Promoting Belonging and Enhancing Student Outcomes
AERA Roundtable Session 7
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

Meghan Macias
Erik Arevalo
with Ashley Iveland (WestEd)
“Connecting Science Instruction to Student Funds: Comparing Teacher and Student Perspectives in Middle School Classrooms”
Division C Section 1d: Science Poster Session 1
AERA Poster Session 4
San Diego Convention Center, Floor: Upper Level, Sails Pavilion

Richard Durán (chair)
Affirmative Development: Civic Engagement Ontologies of Hope and Action
San Diego Convention Center, Floor: Upper Level, Ballroom 6D

Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
with Madeline Mavrogordato (Michigan State University)
“Sharpening Blunt Instruments: The Case for Moving Beyond Binaries in Education Research with English Learners and Students with Disabilities”
Using Data in Decision Making: Policy and Practice
AERA Roundtable Session 7
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

2:30-4 pm
Stacy Pulice
Rebeca Mireles-Rios
Courtney Wright
“Social and Emotional Learning of Teachers: Relationships and Meaning-Making”
The Importance of Teachers in Social Emotional Learning
Sarah Roberts
Michael Lloydhauser
with Krista Lucas (Pepperdine University)
“‘The Work I Do Does Matter’: A Graduate Student Mentor Case Study”
Mentoring for Higher Education Students
Jamaal Justin Muwwakkil
deandre miles-hercules
“Virtue Signaling and the Linguistic Repertoire of Anti‐Blackness: or, ‘I Would Have Voted for Obama for a Third Term’”
Jamaal Justin Muwwakkil (chair)
Language, Queerness, Race, and Relational Agency
Aashish Mehta
with Zachary Bleemer (University of California – Berkeley)
“Major Choice Restrictions and Student Stratification”
College Access, Outcomes, and Stratification
Karen Nylund-Gibson
Adam Garber
Maggie Chan
Delwin Carter
Dina Naji Arch
with Nida Denson (University of Western Sydney) and Marsha Ing (University of California – Riverside)
“Openness to Different Types of Diversity: An Applied Latent Class Analysis”
Understanding Self and Others Within Institutional Contexts
AERA Roundtable Session 8
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
with Jennifer L. Jennings (Princeton University)
“How Families Use Capital in Pursuit of High School Admissions in New York City”
Poverty: Studying the Multifaceted Nature of Poverty in Schools
AERA Roundtable Session 8
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

Saturday April 23

8-9:30am
Anne Berry (discussant)
Division A Fireside Chat. Connecting Theory to Praxis: How Critical Race Theory Informs Educational Practitioners Working with Marginalized Student Populations
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: North Building, Lobby Level, Marriott Grand Ballroom 1

Sarah Roberts (discussant)
Middle and High School Mathematics Discourse: Creating Learning Opportunities
Manchester Grand Hyatt, Floor: 2nd Level, Harbor Tower, Harbor Ballroom G

9:45am-11:15am
Rachel Lambert
Rebeca Mireles-Rios
with David Hernandez-Saca (University of Norther Iowa) and Katherine Lewis (University of Washington – Seattle)
“Emotional Talk, Intersectional Positioning: Theorizing the Positionings of Multiply Marginalized Students as They Learn Mathematics”
(Re)Conceptualizing Education Grounded in Student Experiences and Perspectives
SIG Virtual Rooms, SIG-Disability Studies in Education Virtual Paper Session Room

2:30-4pm
Sarah Roberts
Julie Bianchini
“Adaptive Equity-Focused Professional Development: Mathematics Language Routines in Mathematics Studio Days”
Using Mathematics Studio Projects to Ground Considerations for Researching the Effectiveness of Adaptive Professional Development
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: South Building, Level 4, La Costa

Jing Yu
“The Racial Learning of Chinese International Students in the U.S. Context: A Transnational Perspective”
A Critical Examination of Racial Identity Development in Higher Education Spaces
AERA Roundtable Session 10
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

6-7:30pm
Veronica Fematt (officer)
Multicultural/Multiethnic Education: Theory, Research, and Practice SIG Business Meeting
Manchester Grand Hyatt, Floor: 2nd Level, Harbor Tower, Harbor Ballroom B

Sunday April 24

8-9:30am
Jasmine Mitchell
Alexandria Miller
Devon Christman
“‘You’re Muted’: How After-School Programs Worked to Support Youth Voices in the Face of COVID-19”
Pedagogical Practices and Programmatic Structures to Support Youth Participation and Learning in Informal Environments
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: South Building, Level 3, Balboa

Sarah Roberts
Julie Bianchini
Cameron Dexter Torti
“Developing a Mathematics Studio Day Community of Practice during COVID-19”
Professional Development to Improve Math Education
San Diego Convention Center, Floor: Upper Level, Room 11A

2:30-4pm
Rachel Lambert
Rebeca Mireles-Rios
with David Hernandez-Saca (University of Norther Iowa) and Katherine Lewis (University of Washington – Seattle)
“Theorizing Complex Embodiment in Mathematics: Intersectionality, Emotion, and Relationships in Mathematical Identity Development”
Reconceptualizing Ability, Normativity, and Equity: Methodologies in Mathematics Education Resistance and Justice
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: North Tower, Ground Level, Pacific Ballroom 19

Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj (Discussant)
Pluralizing, Democratizing, and Decolonizing Teacher Education
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: South Building, Level 1, Oceanside

Monday April 25

8–9:30am
Maggie Chan
Karen Nylund-Gibson
Jill Sharkey
Erin Dowdy
“Holistic Influence of School Ethnic and Socioeconomic Diversity on School Experiences Among California Students”
Equity-Related Insights from Studies of School Community, Climate, and Culture
Manchester Grand Hyatt, Floor: 3rd Level, Harbor Tower, Mission Beach B

Alexandria Muller
Devon Christman
“Flexible Research Practices in After-School Programs in the Face of a Global Pandemic”
Research in Informal Learning Environments During COVID-19
SIG Virtual Rooms, SIG-Informal Learning Environment Research Virtual Paper Session Room

Melissa Gordon Wolf
with Dan McNeish (Arizona State University)
“Unresolved Issues with Hu and Bentler Cutoffs and a Method to Derive More Appropriate Cutoffs”
“Dynamic Model Fit Indices: An R Shiny Application”
Past, Present, and Future of Model Fit: Modern Solutions to Historical Challenges
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: North Tower, Ground Level, Pacific Ballroom 17

Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
Jessica Nguyen
“Preparing Teachers to Educate Immigrant-Origin Youth: A Curricular Audit of Teacher Education Programs”
Becoming a “Good” Teacher: Teacher Perspectives and/on Student Learning
AERA Roundtable Session 13
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

11:30 am – 1 pm
Jessica Nguyen
Michael Nishimura
Adanari Zarate
Rebeca Mireles-Rios
Andrea Hercules
Lisa Park
“‘I Wish I Would Have Learned This in High School’: Building Critical Consciousness in Undergraduate Ethnic and Gender Studies Courses”
Multicultural/Multiethnic Education SIG Poster Session
AERA Poster Session 12
San Diego Convention Center, Floor: Upper Level, Sails Pavilion

Sabiha Sultana
Daniel Katz
Somer Levine
Diana Arya
“A Community-Based Approach for Developing a Critical, Formative Reading Assessment of Multimodal Texts”
Culturally Responsive Sustaining Education and Critical Assessment of Multimodal Texts
AERA Roundtable Session 14
San Diego Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B

Karen Nylund-Gibson (chair)
Methodology and Application in Structural Equation Modeling
Manchester Grand Hyatt, Floor: 3rd Level, Harbor Tower, Hillcrest AB

Richard Durán (chair)
Recasting Assessment to Support Diverse Learning and the Affirmative Development of Learners
San Diego Convention Center, Floor: Upper Level, Ballroom 6C

Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
with Ayesha K. Hashim (UNC)
“Exploring the Tension Between Centralized Student Transportation and School Autonomy in the Context of School Choice”
Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
with Allison Roda (Molloy College)
“‘I Know How Lucky I Am’: Meritocracy and Advantaged Parents' Perceptions of the Fairness of School Choice Policies for All Families”
Privilege, Access, Privatization, and Equity in School Choice Environments
Manchester Grand Hyatt, Floor: 3rd Level, Seaport Tower, Golden Hill A

6-7:30pm
Diana Arya (chair)
Jamaal Justin Muwwakkil
Language and Social Processes SIG (Un)Business Meeting: Reconnecting, Reflecting, and Reigniting
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: North Building, Lobby Level, Marriott Grand Ballroom 1

Tuesday, April 26

9:45–11:15 am
Marilyn Monroy
Rebeca Mireles-Rios
Jackie Valenzuela
Kelsey O’Brien
Isaac Castro
“High School Trailblazers: Coaching Preferences of Female Wrestlers”
Trailblazers with Aspirations and Grit: Studies of Adolescent Girls
SIG Virtual Rooms, SIG-Adolescence and Youth Development Virtual Paper Session Room

11:30am-1pm
Adam Garber
Karen Nylund-Gibson
with Ryann Grimm (SRI International)
“Latent Transition Analysis for Intervention Students”
Karen Nylund-Gibson
with Hye-Young Yun (University of Turku) and Christina Salmivalli
“Mixture Regression Analysis: The Effects of Anti-Bullying Interventions on Bullying Behavior”
Dina Naji Arch
Karen Nylund-Gibson
“The Use of Regression Mixture Modeling with a Social Justice Lens”
Delwin Carter
Karen Nylund-Gibson
Michael Furlong
Erin Dowdy
“Random Intercepts Latent Transition Analysis: Illustration Using the Social Emotional Health Survey”
Karen Nylund-Gibson
with Walter Leite (University of Florida), Zuchao Shen (University of Florida), Katerina Marcoulides (University of Minnesota)
“Using the Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm for Automated Specification of Mixture Models”
The Utility of Mixture Modeling to Understanding Heterogeneous Effects in Educational Studies
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, Floor: South Building, Level 3, Del Mar

Judith Green
Diana Arya
Jamaal Justin Muwwakkil
with 57 other participants
Considering Culture as/Through Language and Social Processes (workshop)
San Diego Convention Center, Floor: Upper Level, Room 1A

4:15-5:45pm
Avery McNiff
Rachel Lambert
“Beyond Talk: Noticing Neurodiverse Students’ Nonverbal Participation in Mathematics through Video Analysis”
Access to Mathematics Curriculum and Instruction for All
SIG Virtual Rooms, SIG-Special and Inclusive Education Research Virtual Paper Session Room

[Presenters from the Gevirtz School are available for interviews; contact George Yatchisin at george@education.ucsb.edu]