Faculty Presentations

2018-2019

E. Warren AllerDonald LarsenJoseph HunterTim Bruce, Educational Administration, co-presented with W. Robertson on "Developing a leadership pipeline through dynamic K-12/university partnerships" at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, January 10-12, 2019, in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Jackie Baker-SennettBrett Coleman, and John Korsmo, Human Services, and Marilyn ChuBruce LarsonA. Longoria, and Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, co-presented "Family and Community Engaged Teaching: A Systems Approach to Preservice Teacher Preparation" at the American Educational Research Association Conference, April 5-9, 2019, in Toronto, Canada.

Sarah Bear and Bill Lonneman, Nursing, co-presented “Social justice as an integral component of an RN-to-BSN program,” at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Conference, Nov. 14-17, 2018, in New Orleans, LA. 

Sarah Bear, Nursing, Devyani Chandran, Human Services, and Marie Eaton, Palliative Care, co-presented "The Touch of Grace Module Project: Exploring human services and nursing students perceptions on end-of-life and palliative care" at the Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference (EQRC), Feb. 24-26, 2019, Las Vegas, Nev.

Kevin Bengtson, Rehabilitation Counseling, presented "Facilitators and barriers to employment among Hmong American young adult men with mental illness" at the 19th Annual National Rehabilitation Educators Conference, April 16-18, 2019, San Diego, Calif.

Dana Brickham, Rehabilitation Counseling, and Sandra Fitzgerald, Rana Yaghmaian, Alexander Locust, and Brett Kuwada co-presented "Trauma Informed Teaching: Considerations and Applications within a Cultural Humility Framework" and "Understanding the Intersectionality of Disability and Race" at the National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE), May 28-31. 2019 in Portland, Ore.

Lisa Brisbois and Peter Sakura presented "Effective Collaboration between Pre-service Teacher Training Programs and IEPs" at the TESOL International Conference 2019,  March 12-15, 2019, in Atlanta, Ga.

Tim Bruce and Don Larsen, Education Administration, co-presented ”Applying this we believe in the context of rural schools; and Short on resources, long on ingenuity: Implementing sound strategies in small rural schools,” at the Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE) Annual Conference for Middle Level Education, Oct. 25-27, 2018, in Orlando, Fla

Tim Bruce, and Donald Larsen, Education Administration, co-presented "Leadership for language learning: Preparing principals for dual-language schools." at La Cosecha (Dual-Language Conference), Nov. 14-17, 2018, in Santa Fe, NM.

Tim Bruce and Donald Larsen, Education Administration, and T. Akmal co-presented "Short on resources; long on innovation: Implementing sound strategies in small, rural middle schools" at the Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE) Annual Conference for Middle Level Education, Oct. 25-27, 2018, in Orlando, Fla.

Hope Corbin, Human Services, co-presented with Ankur Singh, Sara Rodgers, and Erika Bro on "Creative and participatory approaches to promote planetary health and sustainable development – Prospects for the future of health promotion" at the IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion 2019, April 7-11, 2019, in Austin, Texas.

Tracy Coskie, Paula Dagnon, and Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, co-presented “New Literacies: Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Implement Digital Tools in Literacy Practices,” at the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) 2018 Annual Convention, Nov. 15-18, 2018, in Houston, Texas.​

Gail CoulterLeAnne Robinson, and Bridget Kelley, Special Education, co-presented "A world-wide comparison of quality special education teacher preparation programs: A search for shared elements" at the Ireland International Conference on Education (IICE-2019) , April 23-26, 2019, in Dublin, Ireland.

Gail Coulter and Chuck Lambert, Special Education, co-presented "Comparison of Special Education Teacher Preparation Programs Across Selected Countries" at the Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE), Jan. 5-8, 2019, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Sondra Cuban, Adult and Higher Education, presented "Mapping Super-Diverse Routes of Immigrant Women To Chile" at the American Association for Geographers Annual Meeting, April 3-7, 2019, in Washington, DC.

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, co-presented with Wanda Brooks and Janelle Mathis on “Acknowledging the Significance of Visual Analysis Tools in Research for Activism,” at the Literacy Research Association (LRA) Annual Conference, Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 2018, in Indian Wells, Calif.  

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, presented “Becoming a Critical Reader of Visual Images in Picturebooks" at the 2018 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, Nov. 15-18, 2018, in Houston, Texas.​

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, presented “New Literacies: Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Implement Digital Tools in Literacy Practices” at a roundtable at the 2018 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, Nov. 15-18, 2018, in Houston, Texas.​

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education and Francisco Rios, Secondary Education, presented "Teacher induction and human resource development" at the American Educational Research Association Fall Convening for the Handbook of Research on Teachers of Color, Sept. 2018, in Houston, Texas.

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, presented “Best New International Picture Books” at the 2018 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, Nov. 15-18, 2018, in Houston, Texas.​

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, presented “Acknowledging the Significance of Visual Analysis Tools in Research for Activism” at the 2018 Literacy Research Association Conference in Indian Wells, California 

Karen Dade, Secondary Education, presented “Kuumba as Radical Pedagogy: What Black Queen Mothers of Art and Culture Bring to Education and Community,” at the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) 2018 Conference, Nov. 27-30, 2018, in Memphis, Tenn.

Beth Dillard, English Language Learners, presented "A Systemic Functional Linguistic Analysis of a Grade 5 Mathematics Curriculum," and "(de)motivation in the L2 learners' experience: A mixed methods study of English speakers learning world languages" with Grace deMeurisse, at the AAAL Annual Conference 2019, March 9-12, 2019 in Atlanta, Ga.

Beth Dillard and Jennifer Green, English Language Learners, presented at the Washington Association for Bilingual Education (WABE), Apr. 25-27, 2019 in Bellevue, Wash.

Kristen French, Elementary Education, presented at the 2019 Washington State Indian Education Association 34th Annual Conference, April 3-5, 2019, in Shelton, Wash.

Kristen French, Elementary Education, co-presented with Anna Lees and Jeanette Haynes-Writer on "Honoring Native Leadership and Legacy in the Foundations of Multicultural Education; and Urgent, Insurgent, and Resurgent: Symbolisms of Indigenous Futurity in Multicultural Education,” at the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) 2018 Conference, Nov. 27-30, 2018, Memphis, Tenn.

Gail Goulet, Adult and Higher Education, and Mariam Rashid presented "Learning needs of participants in Basic Income research projects: participant and researcher perspectives" at the Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference, Feb. 28-Mar. 3, 2019, in Spokane, Wash.

Deborah Hanuscin, Elementary Education, co-presented with WWU Students: Emma Christensen, Elisa Couch, Natalie Reeder, and Hannah Hendrickson on “Shifting from Kits to the NGSS,” at the Washington Science Teachers Association , Oct 19-20, 2018, in Bellingham, Wash.

Deborah Hanuscin, Elementary Education, presented "Instructional rounds in preservice teacher education" at the annual meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education, January 3-5, 2019, Savannah, GA.

Jeffrey Hart and Keith Hyatt, Special Education, co-presented with Liz Madden, Dom Lantagne, and Brett Evans on “Creating a Low/No Cost Inclusive Transition Program on a College Campus,” at TASH, Nov. 28-30, 2018, in Portland, Ore.

Joseph Hunter, Educational Administration, presented "Perceptions of future leaders:  Educational Administration students' views on Craft Knowledge and Best Practice" at the National Social Science Association (NSSA), Apr. 14-16, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nev.

Keith Hyatt, Special Education, co-presented "Fostering a collaborative development of a post-secondary education program for transition students with developmental or intellectual disabilities" with Jeffrey Hart, Special Education, "Media, disability, and pathways to teacher education" with Aaron Perzigian, Special Education, and "Successes and frustrations with the individualized education program (IEP)" at the Hawaii International Coference on Education (HICE), Jan. 5-8, 2019, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Bridget Kelley, Special Education, co-presented with Susan Bigelow on “Instructional Strategies for Educators,” at the 2018 Annual TECBD Conference, Oct. 18-20, 2018, in Tempe, Arizona.

John Korsmo, Human Services, co-presented with A. Longoria and Verónica Vélez , Secondary Education, and Christina Van Wingerden, LinCS, on "Building Critical Consciousness for Family and Community Engaged Teaching: Lessons Learned in a Middle Grades After-School Program" at Child & Youth Care in Action VI: Moving Through Trails and Trails Towards Community Wellness, April 25-27, 2019, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Anna Lees, Early Childhood Education, and Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, co-presented "M(other)work as Radical Resurgence: Imagining Postcolonial Future in Higher Education" at the American Educational Research Association Conference, April 5-9, 2019, in Toronto, Canada.

Anna Lees, Early Childhood Education, and Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, co-presented "Fugitive Teacher Education: Nurturing Pedagogical Possibilities in Early Childhood Education" at the American Educational Research Association Conference, April 5-9, 2019, in Toronto, Canada.

A. Longoria, Secondary Education, co-presented with Luis Escamilla on “Strengthening Our Continuing Journey: Educators of Color Creating Puentes (Bridges),” at the NW Conference on Teaching for Social Justice, Oct. 20, 2018, Portland, Ore. 

Lauren McClanahan, Secondary Education, presented “Youth in Action: An Exploration of Service Projects,” at the 2018 NCTE Annual Convention, Nov. 15-18, 2018, in Houston, Texas.

Matthew Miller, Elementary Education, co-presented with Josie Melton on “Mentoring the mentors: Innovating to develop research-based online mentoring modules to support novice teachers’ practice” at the Association for Science Teacher Education Annual Meeting, Jan 3-5, 2019, in Savannah, Ga.

Trula Nicholas, Human Services, co-presented with Harold Gates on “Past, Present, and Future: Our Ongoing Evolution with Social Justice and Cultural Competence,” at the NOHS 2018 Annual Conference, Oct. 24-27, 2018, in Philadelphia, Penn.  

Victor Nolet, Secondary Education, paneled with Rosalyn McKeown and Lorna Down: "Deep Dive into Education for Sustainability and Equity" at the Designing the Future 2018 Convocation, Nov. 1-3, 2018 in Indianapolis, Ind.

Tracey Pyscher, Secondary Education, co-presented with Anne Crampton, Hilary Janks, Kerryn Dixon, Annie Mason, and Cynthia Lewis on “Symposium:  Strange Bedfellows: Carnival and Cosmopolitanism in a World Beyond Reason; and Invited Discussant: Gender, Sexualities and Literacies Across the Lifespan,” at the Literacy Research Association 68th Annual Conference, Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 2018, in Indian Wells, Calif.

Tracey Pyscher, Secondary Education, co-presented with Anne Crampton, Kerryn Dixon, Bernadette Baker, John Richardson, and Jinting Wu on "The Unintended Consequences of Historical “Best Practices” in ‘Post-Truth’ Times: A National and International Perspective (Symposium chair and presenter) Two: Refusing Representation: Carnival and Cosmopolitanism in the ‘Post-Truth’ Era (Creative Roundtable)" at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2019 Annual Meeting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Marsha Riddle Buly, Elementary Education, co-presented with Bernard Koontz, and Kristin Percy Calaff on “Building Sustainable Bilingual Educator Pipelines,” at La Cosecha , Nov. 14-17, 2018, in Santa Fe, N.M.        

Francisco Rios, Secondary Education, co-presented with Kevin Roxas and Craig Dunn on “Pre-Conference Session: Writing for Publication Writing with a Social Justice Perspective,” and co-presented with Haynes-Writer on “Emerging Scholars Presentation (Eminent Researcher Scholars Respondent),” at the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) 2018 Conference, Nov. 27-30, 2018, in Memphis, Tenn.

Kevin Roxas, Secondary Education, co-presented with Maria Gabriel on “Collaborating to Disrupt Inequities: Multicultural Educators Illuminate Immigrant Student and Family Counterstories,” at the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) 2018 Conference, Nov. 27-30, 2018, in Memphis, Tenn.    

LeAnne Robinson, Special Education and Tracey Pyscher, Secondary Education, co-presented with Anne Crampton on “The New Suspension?: A Case Against Social and Emotional Learning,” at The Literacy Research Association 68th Annual Conference, Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 2018, in Indian Wells, Calif.

Jessica Stone, Elementary Education, co-presented with Ann Bennett on “Meaningful Math”: Mathematics teacher perceptions of literacy-based approaches in mathematics instruction,” and co-presented with Chonika Coleman-King and Dr. Susan Groenke on ”I Just Knew They Came from Africa:" Reading a Multicultural Young Adult Novel as Critical Race Counter-Story in Urban Elementary Preservice Teacher Education,” at the Literacy Research Association 68th Annual Conference, Nov. 28-Dec. 1, 2018, in Indian Wells, Calif.

Stephanie Strachan, Elementary Education, presented “Promoting a Culture of Talk in the Classroom Using the P4 Framework,” at the WERA/OSPI Annual Conference, Dec. 18, 2018, in Seattle, Wash.

Maria Timmons Flores and Barbara Waxman, Elementary Education, co-presented with  on "Migrant Students and Teachers Learn Together: A Place Based Exploration of Salon, Sovereignty & Sustainability" at the National Association of State Directors of Migrant Education, May 1-4, 2019, New Orleans, La.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, co-presented with L. Perez Huber, and D. Solorzano (April 2019). "More than 'Papelitos:' Using Quantcrit to Critique Degree Value and Occupational Prestige" at the American Educational Research Association Conference, April 5-9, 2019, in Toronto, Canada.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, presented "Martin Luther King, William Bunge, URISA, and GIS for Equity and Social Justice" at the GIS-Pro and CalGIS 2018 Annual Meeting, Oct. 9-12, 2018, in Palm Springs, California.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, Education and Social Justice Minor, presented “Martin Luther King, William Bunge, URISA, and GIS for Equity and Social Justice,” at the GIS-Pro and CalGIS 2018, October 8-11, 2018, in Palm Springs, Calif.

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Women Supporting Women in Leadership AND The Practice of Interrupting Implicit Bias and Microaggressions to Heal and Transform Workplace Conflict" at the Elevate Early Learning Conference, Sept. 25-26, 2018, Tacoma, WA.

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Mending the Broken Trust between Black Women and White Women" at the ISDI- Northwest Diversity Learning Series, May 14, 2019 in Seattle, WA.

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Women Power in the Age of Trump: Women Coming Together in Soldarity" at the Na Wahine O Ka A Mana: Power of Women Summit, May 11, 2019 in Woodinville, WA

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "How Women Can Support Each Other in the Workplace" at the Sustainable Connections Let’s Do Lunch Series, May 1, 2019 in Bellingham, WA.

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Equity Frameworks in Non-Profit Sector" to the Arcora Foundation of Delta Dental, Feb. 1, 2019 in Union, WA

Summer 2018

Tim Bruce and Donald Larsen, Education Administration, co-presented with S. Grubb, and T. Greene on "Leadership for language learning: Growing the right principals for dual-language schools" at the Association of Washington School Principals/Washington Association of School Administrators Summer Conference, June 24-26, 2018, in Spokane, WA.

Tracy Coskie, Desiree Cueto, Janelle Karney, Elementary Education, and Michelle Hornof, Bellingham School District, co-presented “Writing about Reading: Helping Students Think Deeply about Text” International Literacy Association (ILA) 2018 Annual Conference, July 23-27, 2018, Austin, Texas.

S. Holloway., Marilyn Chu, Elementary Education, G. Dilling, and M. Riggins co-presented "Better Together: Building a comprehensive professional development system in the state of Washington" at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Professional Learning Institute, June 12, 2018, Austin, TX.        

Beth Dillard, English Language Learners, presented at the International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC), July 19-27, 2018 in Boston, Mass.

William Lonneman, Nursing, and Bethanne Brown, Purdue Univ., co-presented “The Implementation and Assessment of Health Professions Students as Health Coaches within a Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) program,” at the AADE18 (2018 National Conference), Aug. 17-20, 2018 Baltimore, Md.

Stephanie Strachan, Elementary Education, presented “Productive Partner Pair Properties: Using the P4’s to Promote Successful Text-Based Discussions in the Elementary Classroom,” at the International Literacy Association Conference, July 21-22, 2018, Austin, Texas.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, co-presented with H. Turcote, T. Spira, and D. Calderón on "Re-membering Revolutions: Feminist Solidarity, Abolitionary Politics, and Freedom Making" at the Critical Ethnic Studies Association Conference, June 21-24, 2018, in Vancouver, Canada.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, presented "Mothering in an Era of Fascism, Racism, and the 45th Presidency #healingcurriculum" at the American Educational Research Association Conference, April 13-18, 2018 New York, New York.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, co-presented with P. Nava, A. Lara, A. Covarrubias, Burciaga, R., and D. Solorzano on "Decolonial Praxis in Academic Spaces: The Critical Race Intersectionality Think Tank" at the Critical Race Studies in Education Association Conference, May 30-June 1, 2018 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, co-presented with N. Garcia, and N. Lopez, on "Disrupting the Colonial Logics of Publishing: How Three Latinas (Re)defined the Process of Co-editing for Race, Ethnicity, and Education" at the Critical Race Studies in Education Association Conference, May 30-June 1, 2018 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Global Peaceful Paths: Implicit Bias, Peacebuilding and Yoga" at the DO Conference, June 26th, 2018, in Walla Walla, WA. 

2017-2018

E. Warren Aller, Donald Larsen, Tim Bruce, Wayne Robertson, and Joseph Hunter, Education Administration, co-presented “Science and the Swinomish Tribe:  The Power of Collaborative Professional Development,” at the 16th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE), Jan. 4-7, 2018, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Jackie Baker Sennett, Human Services, presented “Wordsmithery: Cross-professional practices when talking to school-based teens,” at the Society for Research in Human Development 2018 Biennial Conference, March 22-24, 2018, in Plano, Texas.  

Jackie Baker Sennett, Human Services, presented "Examining the process of “layered learning" in secondary education through the lens of student filmmaking," at the International Conference of Education and New Developments, June 23-25, 2018, in Budapest, Hungary.    

Sarah Bear, Christine Espina and Mary Baroni, Nursing, co-presented “RN-to-BSN Education at Western Washington: Unique Academic-Community Partnerships,” at the Transforming Health through Advances in Nursing Research, Practice, and Education, April 11-14, 2018, in Spokane, Wash. 

Elizabeth Boland, Rehabilitation Counseling, presented “Infusing Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Information into the RC curriculum: New accreditation requirements,” at the 18th Annual National Rehabilitation Educators Conference, March 14-16, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif.            

Samit Bordoloi, Human Services, presented “Migration Scholarship,” at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Society for Study of Social Problems, Aug. 11-13, 2017, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.                       

Dana Brickham, Rehabilitation Counseling, presented "Cultural Humility, Empathy, Compassion: A Qualitative Study in the Classroom,” at the 18th Annual National Rehabilitation Educators Conference, March 14-16, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif.

Tim Bruce, and Don Larsen, Education Administration, co-presented “Rural Middle Grades Principals: Unique Students, Unique Settings, Unique Skills,” at the Association of Middle Level Educators (AMLE) Conference, Nov. 6-8, 2017, in Philadelphia, Pa.    

Marilyn Chu, Early Childhood Education, co-presented with John Korsmo and Brett Coleman on the “Proposal for Roundtable Presentation: Family and Community Engaged Teaching for Systems Change,” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2018 Annual Meeting, April 13-16, 2018, in New York City, N.Y.

Marilyn Chu, Early Childhood Education, presented "Relationships, Reflection and Thinking Together with Infant-Toddler Teachers and Home Visitors,” at the Washington Association for the Education of Young Children (WAEYC) Annual State Conference, Oct. 26-28, 2017, in Lynnwood, Wash.

Hope Corbin, Human Services, co-presented with Taylor Lawson, Gabe Gossett, Emily Hennessy and Oliver Mweemba on “Community Engagement in the Implementation of Evidence-Based HIV/AIDS Programs in Zambia: A Scoping Review,” at the Society for Public Health Education 2018 Annual Conference, April 4-6, 2018, in Columbus, Ohio.                

Tracy Coskie, Elementary Education, co-presented with Desiree Cueto, Michelle Hornof, and Janelle Karney on “Writing about Reading: Helping Students Think Deeply about Text” at the International Literacy Association (ILA) 2018 Annual Conference, July 23-27, 2018, in Austin, Texas.

Gail Coulter and Chuck Lambert, Special Education, co-presented “Curriculum Based Assessment in Higher Ed: Using Curriculum Based Assessment in a Special Education Undergraduate Program,” at the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) 44th Annual Convention, May 24-28, 2018, in San Diego, Calif.

Gail Coulter and Chuck Lambert, Special Education, co-presented “Using RTI in Teacher Training: A Vocabulary Assessment as a Repeated Measure in a Special Education Teacher Preparation Program,” at the 12th Annual Autism Conference, Feb. 4-6, 2018, in Miami, Fla.

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, co-presented with Wanda Brooks (Temple University) on the “Critical Content Analysis and a Text Set: Reading Black Girlhood across the African Diaspora,” at the Literacy Research Association 67th Annual Conference, Nov. 29 - Dec. 2, 2017, in Tampa, Fla.

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, served as co-chair and presenter with Erika Dawes (Lesley University), Stacey Ross (Casis Elementary School), Maria Acevedo (University of Massachusetts), and Bettie Parsons, during the sessions “Orbis Pictus and Charlotte Huck Honor Book Award-Winning Authors and Illustrators Share Their Stories and Insights; and the Charlotte Huck Award Book Session,” at the 2017 National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Annual Convention, Nov. 16-19, 2017, in St. Louis, Mo.

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, presented “Reading Outside Our Comfort Zone: The Dangers and Possibilities of Reading Globally” at the International Board on Books for Young People Conference, October 20-22, 2017 in Seattle, Washington

Karen Dade, Secondary Education, presented “From Africa to America,” at the From Africa to America, March 9-14, 2018, in Dakar, Senegal, Africa.

Beth Dillard, English Language Learners, co-presented with Jennifer Green, and Caleb Zlimer on “The Error with Errors; and Adverbial Subordinate Clauses: The Complexity and the Awesomeness,” at the Washington Association for Bilingual Education (WABE) Annual Conference, March 22-24, 2018, in Tacoma, Wash.

Jennifer Green, English Language Learners, presented “Bridging the Language of Math: An Analysis of the Language of the Bridges Math Curriculum,” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2018 Annual Meeting, April 13-17, 2018, in New York City, N.Y.

Deborah Hanuscin, Elementary Education,​ co-presented with M. Stuhlsatz, , J. Taylor, J. Heller, O. Lee, S. Lynch, and R. Talbot "The Problem of Attrition in Large Scale Studies of Science Teacher Professional Development: Lessons Learned Symposium" at the annual meeting of NARST: A Worldwide Organization for Improving Science Teaching and Learning through Research, March 10-13, 2018, Atlanta, GA.

Deborah Hanuscin, Elementary Education, co-presented with D. Cisterna, K. Lipsitz, and M. Elhert on "The consequences of grade-level reassignment for elementary science teacher professional development efforts: A case study" at the annual meeting of NARST: A Worldwide Organization for Improving Science Teaching and Learning through Research, March 10-13, 2018, Atlanta, GA.

Deborah Hanuscin, Elementary Education, and K. Arnone presented "Elementary Teachers’ Conceptions and Integration Methods of iSTEM Education: An Exploratory Cross-Sectional Survey Study" at the annual meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Feb. 17-20, in Baltimore, MD.

Deborah Hanuscin, Elementary Education, D. Cisterna, J. Birt, and S. Yeo co-presented "Learning to Notice and Respond to Elementary Students’ Ideas: Lessons Learned From the CoLABorative Field Model" at the annual meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Feb. 17-20, in Baltimore, MD.

Deborah Hanuscin, Elementary Education, co-presented with M. Presley, T. Hill, and J. Davis on "Introducing preservice teachers to the NGSS."  at the annual meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Feb. 17-20, in Baltimore, MD.

Deborah Hanuscin, Elementary Education, co-presented with D. Cisterna, K. Lipsitz, and M. Elhert on "Within-school churn and the re-novicing of elementary teachers in science" at the annual meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Feb. 17-20, in Baltimore, MD.

Jeffrey Hart, Special Education, co-presented with Dr. Brian Ludlow, and Dr. Joel Judd on “Pre-service Teacher Interest and Engagement in Reading: Assessment and Intervention,” at the 2017 Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers Conference, Nov. 2-5, 2017, in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Jeffrey Hart, Education Administration, co-presented with Jen Thistle (CSD Dept), Keith Hyatt, Aaron Perzigian, Gail Coulter, Chuck Lambert, and LeAnne Robinson on the “Survey of Adult Reading Interest and Engagement as it Correlates with Classroom Practice; Development and Validation of the Adult Reading Interest and Engagement Scale; Educationally Relevant IEPs from Students with Disabilities; and Life Skillers, Tweeners and Pushing In: How Our Language Perpetuates Ableism and Contributes to the Lack of Justice for Children with Disabilities,” at the 16th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE), Jan. 4-7, 2018, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Joseph Hunter, Education Administration, presented “Evaluating Principal Preparation Programs' Use of Best Practice,” at the National Technology and Social Science Conference, March 25-27, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nev.

Keith Hyatt, Special Education, co-presented with Aaron Perzigian, Jeffrey Hart, LeAnne Robinson and Gail Coulter on “Educationally Relevant Individualized Education Programs for Students with Disabilities;” and co-presented with Aaron Perzigian on “A University Teacher Education Program and Service Learning Partnerships with Alternative High Schools,” at the 16th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE), Jan. 4-7, 2018, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Keith Hyatt, Special Education, co-presented with Aaron Perzigian and Jeffrey Hart on “Avoiding the Pitfalls of Pseudoscience;” and co-presented with Aaron Perzigian on “Building Sustainable and Meaningful Service Learning Partnerships with Alternative High Schools,” at the Annual Teacher Educators for Children with Behavior Disorders (TECBD) Conference, Oct. 26-28, 2017, in Tempe, Ariz.

Bridget Kelley, Special Education, co-presented with Susan Bigelow on “Suicides in Ireland and US: Prevalence and Prevention Comparison,” at the Annual Teacher Educators for Children with Behavior Disorders (TECBD) Conference, Oct. 26 – 28, in Tempe, Ariz.

Bruce Larson, Secondary Education, co-presented with Michele McLeod on “Learning to Look and Listen: Teaching about Refugees Using Photographs,” at the National Council for the Social Studies 97th Annual Conference, Nov. 17-19, 2017, in San Francisco Calif.

Anna Lees, Early Childhood Education, co-presented with Kristen French, Elementary Education, and Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education on “Jamming: A Metaphor for Community Care,” at The National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) 2017 Conference, Nov. 1-5, 2017, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Anna Lees, Early Childhood Education, co-presented with Kristen French, Elementary Education, on “Why We're Beading in Your Meeting,” at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education, July 24-29, 2017, in Toronto, Canada.

William Lonneman, Nursing, co-presented with Bethanne Brown (PharmD) on “The implementation and assessment of health professions students as health coaches within a Diabetes Self Management Education (DSME) program,” at the AADE18 (2018 National Conference), Aug. 17-20, 2018, in Baltimore, Md.

Lauren McClanahan, Secondary Education, presented “Raising our Voices through Documentaries, Storying, Curation, and Challenging Censorship” at the 2017 National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Annual Convention, Nov. 16-21, 2017, in St. Louis, Mo.         

Lauren McClanahan, Secondary Education, co-presented with Ambika Raj (California State University) on “Mother's Stories: An Intergenerational, Intercontinental Ethnography Project,” at the Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference, Feb. 26-27, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nev. 

Christie McLean Kesler, Highline Alt Certification, co-presented with Marsha Riddle Buly on the “Future Bilingual Teacher Fellows: Next Gen Teachers,” at the 2018 National Association of Professional Development Schools (NAPDS) Conference, March 15-17, 2018, in Jacksonville, Fla. 

Matthew Miller and Stephanie Strachan, Elementary Education, co-presented "Improving our partnerships: New teacher preparations rubrics to improve programs, partnerships, and clinical supervision,” at the 2018 National Association of Professional Development Schools (NAPDS) Conference, March 14-17, 2018, in Jacksonville, Fla.

Matthew Miller, Elementary Education, co-presented with D. Hanley and J. Brobst on "The Impacts of a Research-based Model for Mentoring Elementary Preservice Teachers in Science" at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2018 Annual Meeting, April 13-18, 2018, in New York City, N.Y.​

Matthew Miller, Elementary Education, co-presented with A. Rogan-Klyve on "Clinical practice rubrics: A tool for supporting teacher preparation partnerships" at the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Jacksonville, Fla.

Trula Nicholas, Human Services, presented “Dominant Narratives/Counter Narratives: Race in the U.S.,” at the 2018 Diversity Conference: Revive, Reunite, Restore, June 21-22, 2018, in Bremerton, Wash.

Trula Nicholas, Human Services, presented “Social Justice Я Us,” at the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) 2017 National Conference, Oct. 18-21, 2017, in Des Moines, Iowa.

Aaron Perzigian, Special Education, co-presented with Keith Hyatt, Chuck Lambert, Gail Coulter, and LeAnne Robinson on “A University Teacher Education Program and Service Learning Partnerships with Alternative High Schools; School Climate Ratings by Student Race in Urban Traditional and Alternative High Schools; Educationally Relevant Individualized Education Programs for Student with Disabilities; and Life Skillers, Tweeners and Pushing In: How Our Language Perpetuates Ableism and Contributes to the Lack of Justice for Children with Disabilities,” at the 16th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE), Jan. 4-7, 2018, in Honolulu, Hawaii.    

Aaron Perzigian, Special Education, co-presented with Keith Hyatt, Chuck Lambert, Gail Coulter, and LeAnne Robinson, on “Building Sustainable and Meaningful Service Learning Partnerships with Alternative High Schools; Differences in Ratings of School Climate Between White and Non-White students in Alternative Schools; Educationally Relevant Individualized Education Programs for Student with Disabilities,” at the Annual Teacher Educators for Children with Behavior Disorders (TECBD) Conference, Oct. 26-28, 2017, in Tempe, Ariz.

Tracey Pyscher, Secondary Education, presented "A literacy of Resistance: Domestic Violence, Girlhood, and Disrupting Disordered Subjectivity,” at the Literacy Research Association 67th Annual Conference, Nov. 29 - Dec. 2, 2017, in Tampa, Fla.

Tracey Pyscher, Secondary Education, co-presented with Dr. Ann Mason on “The Intelligibility of Trauma and Remembering as a Transformational Act for Teachers,” at the American Educational Studies Association (AESA) Annual Conference, Nov. 1-5, 2017, in Pittsburgh, Pa.  

Marsha Riddle Buly, Elementary Education, co-presented with Bernard Koontz (Highline Schools) on the “Future Bilingual Teaching Fellows: Grow-Your-Own,” at the National Association for Alternative Certification, April 4-6, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nev.

Marsha Riddle Buly, Elementary Education, co-presented with Christie McLean Kesler on “Future Bilingual Teaching Fellows: Next Gen Teachers,” at the 2018 National Association of Professional Development Schools (NAPDS) Conference, March 15-17, 2018, in Jacksonville, Fla.  

Francisco Rios, Secondary Education, presented "Migration/Displacement, citizenship, & multicultural education" at Seoul National University College of Education, May 2018 in Seoul, S. Korea. 

Francisco Rios, Secondary Education, presented "The legacy and trajectories of multicultural education: Epistemologies, pedagogies, and the affirmation of difference in troubling times' at the Korean Association for Multicultural Education, May 2018 in Seoul, S. Korea.

Francisco Rios, Secondary Education, presented “Just Scholarship:  Publishing Academic Research with a Social Justice Focus,” at The National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) 2017 Conference, Nov. 1-5, 2017, in Salt Lake City, Utah.    

LeAnne Robinson, Special Education, presented “Site visit organized by the University of Turku,” at the Symposium/training on the Finnish school system at the University of Turku, April 12-22, 2018, in Turku, Finland.

Jessica Stone, Elementary Education, presented “Tell me a math story: Learning to use picture books in primary grades math instruction,” at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) 2017 Annual Conference, Nov. 15-17, 2017, in Atlanta, Ga.

Stephanie Strachan, Elementary Education, co-presented with Nell Duke (University of Michigan) and Anne-Lise Halvorsen (Michigan State University) on “Project-Based Learning to Develop Second Graders' Social Studies and Literacy in Low-SES Communities,” Literacy Research Association 67th Annual Conference, Nov. 29 - Dec. 2, 2017, in Tampa, Fla.

Tracey Thorndike, Special Education, presented “The Power of Language: Using Relational Frame Theory to Explain Gender Dysphoria,” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2018 Annual Meeting, April 13-18, 2018, in New York City, N.Y.

Maria Timmons Flores, English Language Learners, presented “Who is the teacher?; and Migrant Students and New Educators Explore Food Sovereignty,” at the National Association of State Directors for Migrant Education Annual Conference, April 29 - May 2, 2018, in Portland, Ore.

Maria Timmons Flores, English Language Learners, presented “Preservice Teachers' Experiences in Community-Based Field Experiences to Expand Asset Thinking,” at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 13-17, 2018, in New York, N.Y.    

Verónica Vélez, Education and Social Justice, co-presented with Subini Annamma and Amalia Dache-Gerbino on “Mothering in an Era of Fascism, Racism, and 45-ism #healingcurriculum; and Critical Spatiality in Education Research: Tensions and Possibilities,” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2018 Annual Meeting, April 13-16. 2018, in New York City, N.Y.  

Verónica Vélez, Education and Social Justice, co-presented with Anna Lees, Early Childhood Education, on “Jamming: A Metaphor for Community Care,” at The National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) 2017 Conference, Nov. 2-5, 2017, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Molly Ware, Secondary Education, presented “Change Leadership - Intrapreneuring in Higher Education,” at the 2018 Ashoka U Exchange, April 5-7, 2018, in Boston, Mass.

Joy Wiggins, English Language Learners, co-presented with Kami Anderson and Toi Sing Woo on “Women supporting Women in Leadership: A Feminist Approach; Unmasking our Implicit Bias: Strategies for greater understanding of ourselves and others; and Interrupting and Engaging in Difficult conversations,” at the Forum on Workplace Inclusion, April 10-12, 2018, in Minneapolis, Minn.

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Unmasking Our Implicit Biases" at the Educational School District 123 21st Century Grant, April 27, 2017, in Pasco, WA  

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Community Engagement Starts First with Who We Are: Unmasking Our Implicit Biases" at the School’s Out Washington Summer Institute, August 9, 2017, in Semiahmoo, WA. 

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Deep Listening to (Re)Imagine Race Based Conversations" at the WWU University Residence Life Training, February 20, 2018.

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, and G. Monobe co-presented "Positioning Self in Figured Worlds: Using Poetic Inquiry to Theorize Transnational Experiences in Education" at the American Educational Research Association. Toronto, CA. April 4-10, 2018

Melina Zahalka, Human Services, presented “Complexity and Attention: The Use of Allegories for Student Investment,” at the Soapbox: Public Speaker Workshop, June 8-10, 2018, in Los Angeles, Calif.

2016-2017

E. Warren Aller, Tim Bruce, Joseph Hunter, Don Larsen, and Wayne Robertson, Special Education and Education Leadership, presented “A comparison of principals and superintendents:  How school leaders reconcile external mandates with internal ethics,” Jan. 3-6, 2017 at the 2017 Hawaii International Conference in Education (HICE), Honolulu, Hawaii.

Jacquelyn Baker-Sennett, Human Services, presented “Community-based Creative Change through design practice,” May 24-26, 2017 at the CAUCE Conference 2017, Vancouver, BC Canada.

Jacquelyn Baker-Sennett, Human Services, presented "Empathy and Design Thinking as a Pedagogical Tool in Pre-service Teacher and Human Services Education," at the Education and New Developments Conference held June 24-26, 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Elizabeth Boland, Rehabilitation Counseling, and Charles Bernacchio (U of Maine) presented “Building Program Evaluative Capacity in Rehabilitation Counseling: Critically Assessing Student Learning,” April 18-21, 2017 at the 17th Annual National Rehabilitation Educators Conference, Anaheim, Calif.

Samit Bordoloi, Human Services, presented "International Students, Employment and Migration Policy” Jan. 29-Feb 1, 2017 at the Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference, Las Vegas, Nev.

Devyani Chandran, Human Services, presented "My Connections to a Healing, Caring Community: Exploring Personal and Professional Journeys in Community Based Palliative Care," Jan. 29-Feb. 1, 2017 at the Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference, Las Vegas, Nev.

Marilyn Chu, Elementary Education, presented “Fostering P-3 Leadership for Communities of Collaboration and Partnership” June 11-14, 2017 at the NAEYC - Professional Learning Institute, San Francisco, Calif.

Marilyn Chu, Early Childhood Education, Dr. Gina Lebedeva, UW, Kaye Marshall, Mt. Baker School District, presented "Implementing Zero to Three Competencies for Infant - Toddler Coursework;" Oct. 27-29, 2016 at the 40th Annual Washington Association for the Education of Young Children (WAEYC) Conference, Lynnwood, Wash.

Marilyn Chu, Early Childhood Education, "DAP and P-3 Professional Learning: ‘Yes, K-3rd Grade Teachers – Early Learning Includes YOU!’” Oct. 27-29, 2016 at the 40th Annual Washington Association for the Education of Young Children (WAEYC) Conference, Lynnwood, Wash.

Marilyn Chu, Elementary Education, Debbie Guildnor, Mount Vernon S.D., presented “Moving from toolkits to relationships: family engagement for systems change,” March 9-11, 2017 at the National Association for Professional Development Schools, Washington, D.C.

Brett Coleman, HCS/Human Services, and Courtney Bonam, PhD, presented “’I thought ghettos just happened’: Educating people about systematic racism using participatory action research,” June 21-24, 2017 at the 16th Biennial of the Society for Community Research and Action, Ottawa, Canada.

Brett Coleman, HCS/Human Services, presented “Deconstructing Conterspaces,” Oct. 21, 2016 at the 11th Annual Community Research and Action in the West Conference, Portland, Ore.

J. Hope Corbin, Health and Community Studies and Rehabilitation, Bojana Beric-Stojsic, Adenike Bitto, Bill Potts-Datema, Amar Kanekar, Marti Rice, Amy Henderson Riley, Sarah Rush, Rob Simmons, and Gayle Walter presented "Global Perspectives and Health For All: A Community of Practice Roundtable” at the SOPHE 68th Annual Conference, Denver, Colo.

J. Hope Corbin, Health and Community Studies and Rehabilitation, Bojana Beric-Stojsic, Adenike Bitto, Bill Potts-Datema, Amar Kanekar, Marti Rice, Amy Henderson Riley, Sarah Rush, Rob Simmons, and Gayle Walter presented “The Sustainable Development Goals and global health – opportunities and challenges for framing the future of health promotion,” April 3-7, 2017 at the 15th World Congress on Public Health, Melbourne, Australia.

J. Hope Corbin, Health and Community Studies and Rehabilitation, Bojana Beric-Stojsic, Adenike Bitto, Bill Potts-Datema, Amar Kanekar, Marti Rice, Amy Henderson Riley, Sarah Rush, Rob Simmons, and Gayle Walter presented “Annual informational Community of Practice” March 30-April 1, 2017 at the SOPHE 68th Annual Conference, Denver, Colo.                                    

Tracy Coskie, Marsha Riddle Buly, Elementary Education, Lisa Peterson, and Mike Copland presented “Teacher-Faculty Exchange: A Collaborative Model for Deepening Partnerships,” Oct. 27-29, 2016 at the National Network of Educational Renewal (NNER) Annual Conference, Arlington, Texas.

Tracy Coskie, Elementary Education, Michelle Hornof and Janelle Karney (BSD teachers) presented “Writing about Reading: Helping Students Think Deeply about Text,” Nov. 17-20, 2016 at the NCTE Annual Conference, Atlanta, Ga.

Gail Coulter, Keith Hyatt, Chuck Lambert, Aaron Perzigian, and LeAnne Robinson, Special Education, presented “The sometimes rocky, boulder-laden road in the quest of meeting National Standards” Jan. 3-7, 2017 at the 2017 Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Gail Coulter, Special Education, presented “The Effects of Data-Based Decision Making Using RtI: Vocabulary Assessments as a Repeated Measure in a Special Education Teacher Preparation Program,” May 25-29, 2017 at the ABAI Annual Convention 2017, Denver, Colo.

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, Susan Corapi, and Maria Acevedo-Aquino presented “The disability experience in children's literature” March 11-12, 2017 at the Tucson Festival of Books, Tucson, Ariz.

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, Detra Price Dennis, Teachers College, Columbia University; Leslie Thulin Dawes, Leslie University presented "2017 Charlotte Huck Award Winners: Fiction that has the potential to transform children’s lives by inviting compassion, imagination, and wonder,” Nov. 17-20, 2016, at the NCTE Charlotte Huck Award for Outstanding Fiction for Children Committee Member and Presenter, Atlanta, Ga.

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, presented “The Dangers and Transformative Possibilities of Reading Globally” at the Whole Language Umbrella Conference, July 20-22, 2017, in Tucson, Arizona.

Desiree Cueto, Elementary Education, presented "Global Picture Books that Explore the Disability Experience of Children” and “Recommended Kids’ Books with LGBTQ Characters” at the Tucson Festival of Books, March 11-12, 2017, in Tucson, Arizona.

Sondra Cuban, Adult and Higher Education, “Transnational Migrant Women and Mobilities’” Comparative International Education Society (CIES). Vancouver, Canada.

Gail Coulter, Keith Hyatt, Chuck Lambert, Aaron Perzigian, and LeAnne Robinson, Special Education, presented “Avoiding educational pseudoscience and fads,” Jan. 3-6, 2017, at the 2017 Hawaii International Conference in Education (HICE), Honolulu, Hawaii.

Gail Coulter, Keith Hyatt, Chuck Lambert, Aaron Perzigian, and LeAnne Robinson, Special Education,   presented “Practice what you preach: Curriculum-based evaluation (CBE) decision-making in higher education,”  and “Social skills instruction for students with disabilities: peer-mediated opportunities for inclusive classrooms,”April 19-22, 2017 at the CEC 2017 Annual Conference, Boston, Mass.

Beth Dillard, Elementary Education, Nett Avineri, Johanna Ennser-Kananen, Melissa Engman, Nicole Pettitt, Adam Schwartz, Elizabeth Smolcic, and Sharon Childs presented “Towards an Engaged Applied Linguistics,” Mar. 17-21, 2017, at the 2017 American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference, Portland, Ore.

Beth Dillard, Jennifer Green, Elementary Education, LeeAnne Godfrey, Kelly Conroy, and Marlene Johnshoy, presented “Online and On the Move: LTE in the 21st Century,” Feb. 2-4, 2017 at the Tenth International Conference on Language Teacher Education, Los Angeles, Calif.

Raine Dozier, Health and Community Studies and Rehabilitation, presented “’You look like a dude, dude’, Masculine Females Undoing Gender in the Workplace,” Aug. 19-21 at SSSP 66th Annual Meeting, Seattle, Wash.

Kristen French, Anna Lees, Elementary Education, Michaela Vendiola, Tahlia Natachu, Kylie Gemmel, Michelle Vendiola presented “Nation Building on Settler Serving Campuses: Voices of Native Student Activists Speak Again,” Oct. 5-8, 2016, at the NIEA Convention and Trade Show, Reno, Nev.

Kristen French, Anna Lees, Elementary Education, and Cornel Pewewardy presented “Reading, Beading, and Eating: Decolonizing and Indigenizing the Academy,” and “Critical Consciousness Study Group: Dialogue for Transformational Indigenous Praxis,” Nov. 9-13, 2016, at the 26th Annual International NAME Conference, Cleveland, Ohio.

Gail Goulet, Health and Community Studies and Rehabilitation/AHE, presented "Educating for Co-operation: Experiential Learning, Participatory Action Research and Mezirow's Transformative Learning Theory,” Apr. 5-6, 2017, at the Co-operative College Education Conference, Manchester, UK.

Jennifer Green, Elementary Education, presented "Linguistic Challenges in the Language of Mathematics, March 25, 2017, at the TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo, Seattle, Wash.

Jennifer Green, Elementary Education, presented “Using Poetry to Demonstrate Content Knowledge--An Alternative to the Essay,” March 21-25, 2017 at the TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo, Seattle, Wash.

Jennifer Green, Elementary Education, and other members of BEAC-Bilingual Education Advisory Committee presented “They Did What?  Investigating Verbs in Non-Fiction Texts to Support Comprehension,” April 20-22, 2017 at the Washington Association for Bilingual Education (WABE), Yakima, Wash.

Jeffrey Hart, Special Education, presented “Development and Implementation of the Adult Reading Interest and Engagement Scale,” Jan. 3-6, 2017, at the 2017 Hawaii International Conference in Education (HICE), Honolulu, Hawaii.

Jeffrey Hart, Special Education, presented “Increasing the Fluency, Comprehension, and Interest in Reading of Struggling Readers in Teacher Education Programs,” Jan. 3-6, 2017, at the 2017 Hawaii International Conference in Education (HICE), Honolulu, Hawaii.

Jeffery Hart, Keith Hyatt, Aaron Perzigian, Gail Coulter, Chuck Lambert, and LeAnne Robinson, Special Education, presented “Disability: The Forgotten Diversity,” May 2017, at Celebrating Diversity in Education, Mt. Vernon, Wash.

Jeffery Hart, Special Education, and Ludlow, B. C. presented “Development and Implementation of the Adult Reading Interest and Engagement Scale,” January 2017, at Hawaii International Conference on Education, Waikiki, Hawaii.

Joseph Hunter, Donald Larsen, E. Warren Aller, Wayne Robertson, and Tim Bruce, Special Education/Educational Administration, presented “A comparison of principals and superintendents:  How school leaders reconcile external mandates with internal ethics,” Jan. 3-6, 2017 at the 2017 Hawaii International Conference in Education (HICE), Honolulu, Hawaii.

Joseph Hunter, and Tim Bruce, Special Education/Educational Administration, presented “A comparison and Contrast Between Building Principals' and Superintendents' Views on Mandated and Voluntary Change Initiatives,” April 9-11, 2017, at the Las Vegas National Technology and Social Science Association, Las Vegas, Nev.

Keith Hyatt, and Aaron Perzigian, Special Education, presented “Effective use of peer mediated instruction for students with disabilities,” Jan. 3-6, 2017, at the 2017 Hawaii International Conference in Education (HICE), Honolulu, Hawaii.

­­­­Keith Hyatt and Aaron Perzigian, Special Education, presented “Writing educationally relevant and legally compliant IEPs,” April 2017, at Council for Exceptional Children Convention and EXPO, Boston, Mass.

Bridget Kelley, Special Education, Susan Bigelow presented “Strategies to help preservice teachers make teaching a sustainable career,” Oct. 20-22, 2016, at the 2016 Annual TECBD Conference On Severe Behavior Disorders of Children and Youth, Temple, Ariz.

Chuck Lambert, and Gail Coulter, Special Education, presented “The Effects of Data-Based Decision Making Using RtI: Vocabulary Assessments as a Repeated Measure in a Special Education Teacher Preparation Program,” May 25-29, 2017, at the ABAI Annual Convention 2017, Denver, Colo.

Anna Lees, Early Childhood Education, and Adam Kennedy presented “Myths and realities of culturally conscious practice: Integrating perceptions and experiences of preservice and in-service early childhood educators to better serve children and families,” June 11-14, 2017, at the Professional Learning Institute: National Association for the Education of Young Children, San Francisco, Calif.

Ludlow, B. C. and Jeffery Hart, Special Education, presented “Increasing the Fluency, Comprehension, and Interest Reading for Struggling Readers in Teacher Education Program,” January 2017, at Hawaii International Conference on Education, Waikiki, Hawaii.

Lauren McClanahan, Secondary Education, presented “Schoolhouse Docs: Visual Texts as Faces of Advocacy,” Nov. 16-20, 2016, at the        NCTE Faces of Advocacy, Atlanta, Ga.

Jill Mount, RN to BSN, presented “Using community partnerships to teach social justice,” at the 10th Annual Community Research and Action in the West Conference, University of Washington, Bothell, Wash.

Deb Nelli, Adult and Higher Education, presented “Logic Modeling as a Project Evaluation and Program Planning Tool” Nov. 9-12, 2016, at the NASPA Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, Seattle, Wash.

Trula Nicholas, Health and Community Studies and Rehabilitation, presented “Infusion or Confusion?” May 30 - June 3, 2017, at the 2017 National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE), Fort Worth, Texas.

Victor Nolet, Secondary Education, and Panel, presented “Sustainability, Equity, and Teacher Preparation, Collaborative efforts of NAME and KDP in addressing sustainability and equity in teacher preparation paradigms,” Nov. 9-13, 2016, at The Multicultural Lens of Equity for ALL 26th Annual International NAME Conference, Cleveland, Ohio.

Aaron Perzigian, Special Education, presented “A grounded theory of alternative high school teachers' perceptions of social competence,” Oct. 20-22, 2016, at the 2016 Annual TECBD Conference on Severe Behavior Disorders of Children and Youth, Tempe, Ariz.

Aaron Perzigian, and Keith Hyatt, Special Education, presented “An analysis of ratings of school climate within one urban district’s traditional and alternative secondary schools,” April 19-22, 2017 at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) 2017 Annual Conference, Boston, Mass.

Aaron Perzigian, Special Education, presented “Social skills instructions for students with disabilities: peer mediated opportunities for inclusive classrooms,” April 19-22, 2017 at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) 2017 Annual Conference, Boston, Mass.

Aaron Perzigian, Special Education, presented “School climate ratings and impact on student achievement in traditional and alternative schools,” Jan. 3-7, 2017, at the International Conference on School Choice and Reform, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Tracey Pyscher, Secondary Education, presented "Ill-fitting glass slippers, or everyday discomfort in trying new methods: Why reading and critical literacy researchers need each other," and “Transforming the object: Social critique through documentary film production in a community-based media organization,"Nov. 30- Dec 3, 2016, at the Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Nashville, Tenn.

Tracey Pyscher, Secondary Education, and Ann Crampton presented "Commitments to structural change via relationship and curriculum design: ‘Maybe this is just my white male privilege talking,’" Feb. 10-12, 2017 at the National Council of Teachers of English Mid-Winter Conference, San Francisco, Calif.

Marsha Riddle Buly, Dr. Tracy Coskie, Elementary Education, Dr. Michael Copeland, BSD, and Lisa Peterson, BSD, presented “Teacher-Faculty Exchange: A Collaborative Model for Deepening Partnerships,” Oct. 27-29, 2016, at the National Network of Educational Renewal (NNER) Annual Conference, Arlington, Texas.

Marsha Riddle Buly, Dr. Tracy Coskie, Elementary Education, and Dawn Christiana, BSD, presented "Professor and Teacher Job Exchange: One Year in Each Other's Shoes, A New Step in PDS Partnerships,” March 9-11, 2017 at the National Association of Professional Development Conference, Washington, D.C.

Kevin Roxas, Secondary Education, D. Cook, C. Ijei, N. Ball, R. Davis, W. Reed, and A. Jaime presented: “Photovoice: Creating spaces for English language learners to share their cultural strengths and experiences,” “Roadblocks on our shared journey towards democracy and social justice: Work towards equity and justice in schools, university, and community settings across NNER partnership settings,” and “Keeping it real: Examining the intersections of education, performance art, and social justice,” Oct. 27-30, 2016 at the National Network of Educational Renewal (NNER) Annual Conference, Arlington, Texas.

Kevin Roxas, Secondary Education, M. Gabriel, Poudre School District, presented “Creating a multicultural lens for all: Using photovoice to empower newcomer immigrant students and their families," Nov. 9-13, 2016 at the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME), Cleveland, Ohio.

Kevin Roxas, and Dr. Veronica Vélez, Secondary Education, presented “’We Aren’t Terrorists . . . We are Good Citizens: The Micro-Invitations of Im/migrant High School Students," Nov. 2-6, 2016 at The American Educational Studies Association Annual Conference 2016, Seattle, Wash.

Kevin Roxas, and Dr. Veronica Vélez, Secondary Education, presented “’We Aren’t Terrorists, We are Good Citizens’: The Micro-Invitations of Im/migrant High School Students (Paper)” April 28 - May 1, 2017, at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2017 Annual Meeting: Knowledge to Action - Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity, San Antonio, Texas.

Maria Timmons Flores, Elementary Education, presented “Keeping the DREAM Alive: What Teachers Can Do To Support Students without Papers,” Oct. 29, 2016 at the Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference, Portland, Ore.

Maria Timmons Flores, Elementary Education, presented “Teachers for the Community: AmeriCorps as a Partner in Grow Our Own Teacher Education,” Apr. 4-6, 2017 at the Continuums of Service Conference, Denver, Colo.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, presented “Critical Race Research Methods and Methodology in Education (Panel): Utilizing CRT to Reframe Analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey for Communities of Color (Paper),” Apr. 28 - May 1, 2017, at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2017 Annual Meeting: Knowledge to Action - Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity, San Antonio, Texas.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, Lindsay Perez-Huber, and Daniel Solorzano presented “More than ‘Papelitos:’ A Counterstory of Using QuantCrit to Critique Degree Value and Occupational Prestige," May 31 - June 1, 2017, at the Critical Race Studies in Education Association Annual Conference, Denver, Colo.

Verónica Vélez, Secondary Education, Tama Spira, Theresa Warburton, and Josh Ceratti (WWU) presented “Virtual presentation: Diversity as Backlash: Connecting Struggles from the ""Frontlines"" in a Time of Neoliberal Rule," Nov. 17-20, 2016 at the American Studies Association, Denver, Colo.

Joy Wiggins and Lupinacci, J. Imaginative capacities for partnerships: Ethical  leadership, scholar-activism, and community organizing. American Educational Studies Association, Seattle, WA. November 2016.  Featured alternative session. 

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Community Engagement Starts First With Who We Are: Examining Implicit Bias" at the Burlington Edison School District Lucille Umbarger Instructional Leadership Team Retreat, Aug. 2016, in Padilla Bay, WA.

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented “From Sabotage to Support: Women liberating women in the Workplace”, at TEDxWWU, March 4, 2017, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA.

Joy Wiggins co-presented with Patricia Julio “(Re)Imagining Race Based Conversations” at the Healthy Generations Science of Hope Annual Conference at Hilton SEATAC Conference Center, April 26, 2017.  http://scienceofhope.healthygen.org/2017/

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented “Implicit Bias and Microaggression” and “Interrupting and Engaging in Hard Conversation” at the Northwest Coalition of Professional Staff, Semiahmoo Resort, July 21, 2017, in Birch Bay, WA.  https://wp.wwu.edu/ncps/joy-wiggins/

2015-2016

Brickham, D., Rehabilitation Counseling, Kuwada, B., and Fitzgerald, S. presented “Faculty to student microaggressions in the classroom: Research, implications, solutions”. May 30-June 4, 2016 at the National Council on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE), San Francisco, Calif.

Brickham, D., Rehabilitation Counseling, Fitzgerald, S., Mertes, A., Kimmel, K., and Bowes, J., presented “Integrating self-care strategies into the rehabilitation counseling classroom,” April 19-23, 2016, at the National Rehabilitation Educator’s Conference, Newport Beach, Calif.

Fitzgerald, S., Brickham, D., Rehabilitation Counseling, Kuwada, B., Locust, A., and Kimmel, K presented “Exploring the impact of microaggressions on rehabilitation counseling supervision, training, and practice,” April 19-23, 2016 at the National Rehabilitation Educator’s Conference.  Newport Beach, Calif.

Bowes, J., Brickham, D. and Boland, B., Rehabilitation Counseling, presented “Innovative felon rehabilitation programs in Washington State for people with mental illnesses,” April 19-23, 2016 at the National Rehabilitation Educator’s Conference, Newport Beach, Calif.

Brickham, D., Rehabilitation Counseling, and Dong, S presented “Neuroplasticity and mindfulness practices—elevating the field of rehabilitation,” May 24, 2016 at the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals, Washington Chapter, Tacoma, Wash.

Brickham, D., Rehabilitation Counseling, and Kuwada, B presented “Discover how microaggressions may be impacting your work in the field of rehabilitation,” May 24, 2016 at the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals, Washington Chapter, Tacoma, Wash. 

Hughes, E., Hayertz C., Shellcross, R.  Light and Shadow (exhibit at national conference), National Head Start Association, Chicago:  Illinois, April 6, 2015 

Hughes, E., The 9th Annual Day of Dialogue:  Stories of Competent Children:  Supporting Children to Assume Responsibility for their Learning., Seattle, Washington October, 2015.

John Korsmo, Human Services, presentedMinding the gap: An exploration of barriers and strengths for first-generation college goers in closing the opportunity gap,” February 1-2, 2016 at the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences, 19th Annual National Conference, Las Vegas, Nev.

John Korsmo, Human Services, presentedCross-cultural connections through participatory action research: A case study of school-family engagement,” February 1-2, 2016 at the Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference, 28th Annual National Conference. Las Vegas, Nev.

Camblin, S., Greshock, K., Galley, M., John Korsmo, Human Services, presentedPanel: Local models of collaboration,” February 2016 at the Coalition for College Bound Scholars of Whatcom and Skagit Inaugural Meeting: The Next Level: Partnerships for Student Success. Bellingham, Wash.

Mount, J., presented “Using community partnerships to teach social justice,” at the 10th Annual Community Research and Action in the West Conference, University of Washington, Bothell, Wash. (Podium).

Pebdani, R. N., Boland, E., Rehabilitation Counseling, Bruinekool, R. M., Edwards, Y., Tansey, T. N., and Willmering, P. presented “Finding a job in academia: A panel discussion,” April 22, 2016 at the 2016 National Rehabilitation Educators Conference, Newport Beach, Calif.

Boland, E. A., Rehabilitation Counseling, Bernacchio, C., Urofsky, R., and Knapp, K. presented “CORE/CACREP site visitor training: Preparing for the accreditation process,” April 20, 2016 at the 2016 National Rehabilitation Conference, Newport Beach, Calif.

Boland, E. A., Rehabilitation Counseling, and Sofield, R. presented “Assessment plan workshop: WWU graduate programs,” December 2, 2015 at the Assessment plan follow-up workshop: WWU graduate programs, Bellingham, Wash.

Boland, E. A., Rehabilitation Counseling, King, C., and Meltzer, J. CORE program coordinator training. Council on Rehabilitation Education, Schaumburg, Ill.

Boland, E. A., Rehabilitation Counseling, CRCC Code of Ethics and the private sector rehabilitation counselor. IARP WA Ethics Education Program, Cle Elum, Wash

Cuban, S., Adult and Higher Education, Transnational Migrant Women and Mobilities. Comparative International Education Society (CIES), Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Espina, C., Nursing, presented DNPs Preparing the Next Generation of Nurses: DNPs as Clinical Instructors,” September 16, 2015 at the Eighth National Doctors of Nursing Practice Conference, Seattle, Wash.

Espina, C., Nursing, presented “Diversity in Nursing and Nursing Education,” April 23, 2016 at the Annual Nursing Students of Washington State Convention, Kirkland, Wash.

Corbin, J.H., Human Services, presented “Synergies and antagonies: The evaluation of partnership. Panelist for the sub-plenary on Conflicts between public and private interests and their impact on health promotion” May 22-26, 2016 at the 22nd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Curitiba, Brazil.

Corbin, J.H., Human Services, and Makenzie Foster presented “Using art as a teaching tool in the university classroom. Presenter for the sub-plenary on Art as a Tool and Bridge for Health Promotion,” May 22-26, 2016 at the 22nd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Curitiba, Brazil.

Corbin, J.H., Human Services, moderated for Health Promoting Universities at the 22nd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Curitiba, Brazil, May 22-26, 2016.

Sanmartino, M., Hennessey, E. A., Corbin, J.H., Human Services, presented “Art as a Tool and Bridge for Health Promotion,” May 22-26, 2016 at the 22nd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Curitiba, Brazil.

Corbin, J. H., Human Services, presented “Think Tank: Global Health, Sustainable Development Goals, and Ethics: Teaching Health Education Leaders for the 21st Century,” March 20, 2016 to April 1, 2016 at the Society for Public Health Education’s (SOPHE) 67th Annual Meeting, Building Capital: Investing in the Future of Health Education, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Corbin, J. H., Human Services, Spencer, G., Miedema, E. presented “Interrogating the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals for the presence of key health promotion values,” May 22-26, 2016 at the 22nd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Curitiba, Brazil.

Corbin, J. H., Human Services, Marilyn Chu, Carney, J., Donnelly, S. presented “Understanding Collaboration: A formative process evaluation of a state-funded school-university partnership,” April 8 –12 2016 at the 2016 American Education Research Association Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.

Delobelle, P., Mohamed, S., Mbuyiselo, D., Mweemba, O., Corbin, J.H., Human Services, Onya, H. presented “Developing core competencies for health promotion in Africa: What is needed and what can be learnt from other initiatives?” May 22-26, 2016 at the 22nd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Curitiba, Brazil.

Bordoloi, S.D., Human Services, presented “Permanent Aliens? Immigration Regulations and the Everyday Lives of “High-Skilled” Non-Resident Workers,” January 31 2016 – February 2 2016 at the 27th Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference, Las Vegas, Nev.

Dozier, R., Health and Community Studies, presented “What Contributes to the Job Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction of Lesbian and Gay Faculty?” August 22-25, 2015 at the Society for the Study of Social Problems Meeting, Chicago, Ill.

Dozier, R., Health and Community Studies, presented “A View from the Academe: Lesbian and Gay Faculty and Minority Stress” August 22-25, 2015 at the American Sociological Association Meeting, Chicago, Ill.

Goto, S., Adult and Higher Education,Decolonizing views of environmentally related conflict: Case studies of Indigenous and non-Indigenous fishing groups in British Columbia and Washington State” April 2016 at the World Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.

Romano, R., Marilyn Chu, Jackie Baker-Sennett and Bruce Larson presented “Reclaiming Childhood: Reimagining Teacher Education and Human Services to Foster Social Renewal” April 2016 at the Global Childhood Summit, San Jose, Costa Rica.

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Teacher/Student Activist: Engaging self and students in community activism" at the Diversity in Education Conference at Western Washington University in April 2016.

2014-2015

Cuban, S, Adult and Higher Education, “’Because of cars and schools:’ The role of education in digital communications” April 16-20, 2015 AERA (2015), Division G. Chicago, Ill.

Cuban, S. Adult and Higher Education, presented ““Think like a job:” Au pairs migrating for opportunities” March 8-13, 2015 at the Comparative International Society Conference (CIES), Washington, DC.

Lyubov Laroche, TEOP, presented “Cultural Issues in Teacher Education; Creating a new Transculture Culture for Learning,” January 4-8, 2015, at the 2015 International Education Conference, Maui, Hawaii

Keith Hyatt, Bridget Kelley and Susan Bigelow, Special Education, presented “Developing Educationally Relevant IEPs” and “De-escalation Strategies for Teachers,” October 23 - 25, 2014, at the 38th Annual TECB Conference on Severe Behavior Disorders of Children and Youth, Tempe, Arizona

Joseph Hunter and Donald Larsen, Special Education/Education Administration, presented “Western Educational Leadership Development: The development of a new administrative preparation program designed to work collaboratively with local school districts,” February 5-6, 2015, at the World Universities Forum 2015, Savannah, Georgia

Gail Coulter, Roger Sasnett and Chuck Lambert, Special Education, presented “Reading Instruction for Children with ASD: A Constellation of Symptoms Approach,” January 5-8, 2015, at the Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE), Honolulu, Hawaii

E. Warren Aller, with Joseph Hunter, Donald Larsen, Wayne Robertson, Special Education and Education Leadership, presented “Separating Wheat from Chaff: How School Superintendents Reconcile External Mandates with Internal Ethics,” January 5-8, 2015, at the 2015 Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii

Jill Mount, Human Services, presented “Innovative Community-University Partnership Addresses Local Health Inequities,” December 4-5, 2014, at Shared Prosperity for Health and Well-Being: A Collaborative Dialogue between Business and Public Health, Richmond, British Columbia

Sarah Ferris, Elementary Education, presented “Supporting Academic Language Learners (ALL) in Science Conversations,” October 16-18, 2014, at the National Science Teacher's Association Conference, Richmond, Virginia

Kristen French, Maria Timmons Flores and Barbara Waxman, Elementary Education, presented “Maestros para el Pueblo: Cultivating our own ambitious teachers,” November 5-9, 2014, at the National Association for Multicultural Education Conference 2014, Tuscon, Arizona

Stan Goto and Melina Zalhalka, Human Services and Rehabilitation/CCE, presented “Bringing cultures together: Working with Native American and non-Indian fishers in sustainability education,” November 4-7, 2014, at the Annual Meeting of American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Charleston,  South Carolina

Diane Majors, Trish Skillman and Andrew Blick, Elementary Education, presented “Cultivate blended and online solutions for TESOL courses,” Oct. 25, 2014, at the WAESOL Conference, Des Moines, Washington

Lauren McClanahan, Ann Foster and Kevin Roxas, Secondary Education, presented “Sustainability and Democracy in Teacher Preparation: Working at the Confluence of these Key Concepts” and “Building More Equitable and Sustainable Communities through the Focused and Intentional Empowerment of Students and Families in Marginalized Communities,” October 23-25, 2014, at the National Network for Educational Renewal, Cincinnati, Ohio, Secondary Education, presented "This is not MY kind of story, but I LOVE it!" on November 20-23, 2014, at the National Council of Teachers of English Conference, Washington D.C.

Victor Nolet, Secondary Education, presented “Report on U.S. Teacher Education for Sustainable Development Network,” November 14-17, 2014, at the 8th Biennial Meeting of the UNESCO International Network of Teacher Education Institutions, Okayama, Japan

Marsha Riddle Buly, Elementary Education, presented "An A+ Framework for Language Learners (and All Learners): Authentic, Affirming, and Accessible,"  November 20-23, 2014, at the National Council for Teachers of English 2014 Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.

Rosalie Romano, Secondary Education, and Jackie Baker Sennett, Human Services, with Windward HS principal Tim Keigley and a WHS student, presented "Sustaining a democratic culture: Using student digital storytelling to make learning visible to pre-service teacher and human services candidates,” October 23-25, 2014, at the 2014 Annual Conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal, Cincinnati, Ohio

Kevin Roxas, Secondary Education, presented “Con Comunidad: Inviting Immigrant Family Experience into Schools through Photovoice,” November 5-9, 2014, at the National Association for Multicultural Education, Tucson, Arizona

Kevin Roxas and Lauren McClanahan, Secondary Education, presented "Messy business: Building more equitable and sustainable communities through the focused and intentional empowerment of students and families in marginalized communities," "Join the Conversation!: Envisioning and Sustaining Democracy Through Partnerships of Equity and Social Justice," and "Sparking Democracy and More Inclusive and Welcoming School Communities: The Creation of Respect for All Institutes at the University of Wyoming and the University of Connecticut," October 23-25, 2014, National Network for Educational Renewal, Cincinnati, Ohio

Maria Timmons Flores, Elementary Education, with a student in the Alternative Route and an AmeriCorps volunteer from the Bridges project, presented “REAL HOPE for American Youth Without Papers,” Oct. 18, 2014, at the 7th Annual Northwest Conference on Teaching for Social Justice, Portland, Oregon

Tracy Coskie and Marsha Riddle Buly, Elementary Education, presented “School-University Partnerships that Move Learning Forward,” Oct. 23-25, 2014, at the National Network for Educational Renewal 2014 Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio

Marilyn Chu, Elementary Education, presented "Mentoring, Coaching and Consultation in ECE: What knowledge, skills and abilities are needed?" on November 13-15, 2014, at the Washington Association for the Education of Young Children 2014 Annual Conference, SeaTac, Washington

J. Hope Corbin and Maria Fernandez, Human Services and Rehabilitation, and Pat Mullen, University of Texas, School of Public Health, presented "Continuous Connection, Flexibility and Formality: Lessons of Community-Academic Partnership from Latinos in a Network for Cancer Control," Sept. 25-27, 2014, at Health Promotion Research: International Forum on 'Next Health' in Trondheim, Norway

Samit Bordoloi, Human Services and Rehabilitation, presented “Ten years and no end in sight: An institutional autoethnography of my experiences as a documented individual in the United States,” August 14-17, 2014, at the Society of Study for Social Problems (SSSP) Annual Conference, San Francisco, California

Don Burgess, with Maria Timmons Flores, Kristen French, Barabara Waxman, Veronica Vélez​, Secondary Education, presented “Maestros Para El Pueblo: Cultivating Our Own Ambitious Teachers,” November 5-9, 2014, at the National Association for Multicultural Education 2014 Tuscon Annual Conference, Tucson, Arizona

Joanne Carney, WWU CSIS Faculty and Washington School team members, Elementary Education, presented “PLCs as Hubs for Data-based Decision Making and School-University Collaboration- Enhancing Teacher Practice and Improving Student Outcomes,” October 23-25, 2014, at the National Network for Educational Renewal 2014 annual conference, Cincinnati, Ohio

Veronica Vélez​​, TESOL, presented “Madres en Lucha (Mothers in Battle): Undocumented Latina Mothers Organizing for Educational Reform,” August 15-17, 2014, at the Society for the Study of Social Problems 64th Annual Meeting: Fifty Years Later: From a War on Poverty to a War on the Poor, San Francisco, California

Veronica Vélez​ and Kristen French, Secondary Education, presented “Journey of Critical Hope: (Re)centering Social Justice in Higher Education,” November 5-9, 2014, at the 24th Annual Conference for the National Assocation for Multicultural Education, Tucson, Arizona

Barbara Waxman, Elementary Education, and Rosalie Romano, Secondary Education, presented “Literature as a window into the moral imagination: Developing critical consciousness in teacher candidates” and “An analysis of pedagogy towards a critical consciousness: Cross cultural awareness in a combined class or pastoral care and teacher education candidates,” September 25-27, 2014, at the Race and Pedagogy Conference, Tacoma, Washington

Joy Wiggins, Elementary Education, presented "Women, tradition and revolution: connections between transnational identity and youth activism,"     August 3-13, 2014, at Women, Tradition and Revolution, Amman, Jordan

                                                 

2013-2014

Jackie Baker-Sennett, Coskie, T., Dade, K., French, K., John Korsmo, Bruce Larson E., Riddle Buly, M., and Romano, R. (2013, October).  Teacher Education as a Human Service: Collective Innovation from Purposeful Partnerships.  Annual Meeting of the National Network of Educational Renewal, Albuquerque, NM.

Baker-Sennett, J, Romano, R, Keigley, T and Wosley, C.  (2014, April) How teens make learning visible through digital storytelling.  International Global Summit on Childhood conference. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Boland, E. A. (2013, August). Social media and ethics. Florida Rehabilitation Association’s Annual Training Meeting.  Orlando, FL.

Carroll, D., Dottin, E., Feiman-Nemser, S., Johnson, L., Murrell, P., Osguthrope, R., Salazar, M., and Schussler, D. (2014, March).  Evaluating the Evaluations.  American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education.  Indianapolis, IN.

Marilyn Chu (2014, April).  Listening to Family’s Hopes and Dreams. Association for Early Childhood Education International.  Vancouver, WA.

Marilyn Chu (2014, January).  Family Engagement and a University/School/Community Partnership.  International Research in Early Childhood Education.  Santiago, Chile.

Marilyn Chu (2013, November).  Professional Development  for Mentors and Coaches Workign with Infant/Toddler Teachers.  National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Annual Conference. Washington, DC.

Marilyn Chu, and Jones, A. (2013, October).  Developing Dispositions for Family Engagement in a University/School/Community Partnership.  National Network for Educational Renewal.  Albuquerque, NM.

Slayton, J., DeRoma, C., and Green, J. D. (2014, March).  Self-regulated Learners: Just Clicks Away.  TESOL Conference. Portland, OR. 

Harwood, A., et al.  (2013, November) ¡Hablan español! Heritage Language Speakers' Attitudes Towards Speaking Spanish. American Middle Level Association.  Minneapolis, MN.

Hughes, E. and Marilyn Chu (2013, November).  Inquiry-Based Learning Embedded into an Early Childhood Teacher Preparation Program.  National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Annual Conference. Washington, DC.

Joseph Hunter (2014, April).  Leadership actions leading to institutional change:  A leadership analysis of a Successful Summer Intervention Program for At-Risk Five to Twelve year Olds. National Social Science Association (NSSA) annual meeting: National Technology And Social Science Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Joseph Hunter (2013, October).  Institutionalizing PBIS Techniques in a Summer Intervention Program for At-Risk 7 to 12-year Olds. National Social Science Association (NSSA): Fall Professional Development Conference.  New Orleans, LA.

Joseph Hunter E., Donald Larsen E., Warren Aller, and Robertson, W. (2014, January). Separating wheat from chaff: A comparison of how elementary and secondary school principals view mandates through an ethics-based lens. Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, HI.

John Korsmo (2014, April). Professionalizing Youth Work. American Association of Children’s Residential Centers. San Francisco, CA.

Markworth, K., and Miller, M. (2014, February).  Developing a Culture of Learning around the Elementary Teacher Performance Assessment (TPA).   Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.  Irvine, CA.

Nolet, V. (2013, October). Making Education for Sustainability Work in Your Classroom.  Kappa Delta Pi 49th Biennial Convocation.  Dallas, Texas.

Foster, A., Nolet, V., and Wilson, L.  (2013, October).  Aligning Pedagogy with Teacher Education for Sustainability.  National Network for Education Renewal.  Albuquerque NM.

Rios, F., Becker, K, Jaime, A., Roxas, K., and Cho, J. (2014, May).  Critical cosmopolitan multicultural education: Five tenets, narratives, and implications.  Korean Association for Multicultural Education International Conference. Seoul, South Korea.

Rios, F., Timmons-Flores, M., and McCleery, J. (2013, October).  Caminando juntos: Alianzas como reforma educativa (Walking Together:  Partnerships as education reform).  Seminario: Formacíon Práctica en las Carreras de Pedagogía (Seminar on Practicum in Teacher Education Pedagogy). Santiago, Chile.

Simone, G. (2013, November).  Beyond “Control”:  Refining Classroom Management with the Five Wisdom Energies.  Association for Mindfulness in Education.  Amherst, MA.

Timmons-Flores, M. (2013, October).  Testimonios as Praxis.  National Association for Multicultural Education.  Oakland, CA.

Veronica Vélez, Perez-Huber, L., Malagón, M. (2013, October).  Building Community Within the New Social Imaginary: A Cross--Disciplinary Dialogue with RaceCrits in Education and Law. Latina and Latino Critical Legal Theory (LatCrit) Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

V. Velez. (2014, April).  Mapping for Social Change: Exploring the Use of Geographic Information Systems for CommunityBased Organizing.  American Educational Research Association (AERA). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

V. Velez (2014, April).  Re)Imagining Maps as Critical Race “Portraits”: Geographic Information Systems, Critical Race Spatial Analysis, and the Pursuit of Spatial Justice. American Educational Research Association (AERA). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

V. Velez (2014, April).  A Critical Race Analysis of Latina Immigrant Parent Engagement in K-12 School Reform.  American Educational Research Association (AERA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Wayne, K. (2014, June).  Climate, Thought, and the Nature of Education.  Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences. New York, NY.

Wayne, K.  (2014, January).  Imagining the Impossible.  Hawaii International Conference on Education.  Honolulu, HI.

2012-2013

Boland, E., and Penland, D. (2013, April). Student and faculty perceptions of disability accommodations in off-campus settings. 2013 National Rehabilitation Educators Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Carroll, D., Marilyn Chu, Jones, A., Helgeson, K. (2013, March).  Designing Teacher Education for Democracy and Social Justice: A School-University-Community Partnership to Address the Opportunity Gap. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL.

Carroll, D., Diez, M., Dottin, E., Feiman-Nemser, S., Murrell, P., Osguthrope, R., and Schussler, D. (2013, February).  Evaluating the Evaluations.  American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education.  Chicago, IL.

Marilyn Chu  (2013, June).  Observe, Reflect, Apply.  National Association for the Education of Young Children.  San Francisco, CA.

John Korsmo (2013, May). Traversing the abyss: Youth work with educational success in mind. Annual conference for the Wisconsin Association of Child and Youth Care Practitioners. Milwaukee, WI.

Miller, M., Ohana, C., Hanley, D., Tasker, T. (2013, January) Model of Research-based Education (MORE) for Science Teacher Preparation. Association for Science Teacher Education Conference. Charleston, SC.

Miller, M., Wallach, J., and Ohana, C. (2013, January). Are we making a difference? Association for Science Teacher Education Conference. Charleston, SC.

Timmons-Flores, M. and Blackmore, J. (2013, April).  Quienes Somos: Migrant Students as Teacher Educators. American Educational Research Association (AERA). San Francisco, CA.

Timmons-Flores, M., Espiritu, M., and Camarillo E. (2013, April).  Cascading Mentorship. Continuum of Service Conference. Portland, OR.

Timmons-Flores, M. (2012, October).  Teaching About Immigration and for Immigrant Students.  NW Regional Teaching for Social Justice Conference. Portland, OR.  

2011-2012

Jacquelyn Baker-Sennett, Human Services and Rehabilitation, presented “Innovative Human Services for Children Receiving Out of Home Care,” and “Sector Bending: Children's Changing Participation in School and Community Activities,” at the Global Summit on Childhood, held March 28-31, 2012, in Washington D.C.

Anne Blanchard, Human Services presented, “A Consequence of Social Stratification; Agency in Community,” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2012 Conference, held April 13-17, 2012, in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Don Burgess, Lauren McClanahan, Rosalie Romano, Victor Nolet, Secondary Education and Mitch Jancic, Elementary Education co-presented “Teaching for an Uncertain Future: Education for Sustainability in Teacher Preparation,” at the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) Annual Meeting, held Feb. 24-26, 2012, in Chicago, Ill.

Marilyn Chu and Maria Timmons Flores, Elementary Education, co-presented "Latinos in Action: Cultivating Academics, Access, Equity and Future Bilingual Educators" at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2012 Annual Meeting, held Apr. 13-17, 2012, in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Marilyn Chu and Eileen Hughes, Elementary Education co-presented “Designing in the Language of Sticks and Stones: Building a Joyful Early Childhood Relationship with Natural Forces,” at the Eighth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, held Jan. 10-12, 2012 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Gail Coulter and Chuck Lambert, Special Education, co-presented “Effects of Explicit Pre-teaching: Including Students with Disabilities in General Education Curriculum,” at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity, held Mar. 26-27 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii and at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) 2012 Convention and Expo held Apr. 11-14, 2012 in Denver, Colo.

Gail Coulter, Jenny Parker, and Chuck Lambert, Special Education, co-presented “Effectiveness of Decoding and Vocabulary Intervention upon Reading Fluency and Comprehension for Children with Disabilities,” at the Association for Behavior Analysis International 2012 Conference held May 25-29, 2012 in Seattle, Wash.

Gail Coulter, Jenny Parker, and Chuck Lambert, Special Education, co-presented, “Explicit Vocabulary Instruction: Contribution of the Effective Classroom Based Strategies to Reading Fluency and Comprehension,” at the International Reading Association (IRA) 57th Convention held Apr. 29-May 2, 2012 in Chicago, Ill.

Kristen French, Elementary Education and Ruth Harman, University of Georgia-Athens, co-presented “Play as Performance and Performance as Play,” at the 38th Annual Association for the Study of Play Conference held Feb. 15-18, 2012 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Stan Goto, Educational Leadership, presented, “Action Research in the Basic Skills Classroom at the 2012 Commission on Adult Basic Education/Virginia Association for Adult and Continuing Education” held Apr. 9-13, 2012 in Norfolk, Va.

Karen Hoelscher, Elementary Education, presented ”Using Technology to Develop Cultural Competence in Student Leaders of a Campus-to-School Mentoring Initiative” at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education held Mar. 5-9, 2012 in Austin, Texas.

Keith Hyatt and Bridget Kelley, Special Education, presented “Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Differentiating Pseudoscientific Practice from Evidence-Based Practice; Using Curriculum-Based Assessment to Develop Educationally Relevant Education Programs,” at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity held Mar. 26-27, 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Mitch Jancic, Elementary Education and Lauren McClanahan, Rosalie Romano, Victor Nolet, Secondary Education, co-presented “Education for Sustainable Development: Preparing Teachers for the Challenge and Promise of the 21st Century,” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2012 Annual Meeting held Jan. 10-12, 2012 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Diana Jones, Human Services and Rehabilitation, presented “Field Based Learning for Sustainable Community Development,” at the Bays, Boundaries, and Borders Annual Meeting held Mar. 27-31, 2012 in Baltimore, Md.

Bridget Kelley, Special Education presented “Tier Two Interventions for Algebra: Are My Students Really Learning?” at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2012 Conference held Apr. 25-28, 2012, in Philadelphia, Pa.

Susan Kincaid, Human Services and Rehabilitation, presented “Education, Human Services and Social Justice: Service Provider Perceptions, original research on the perceptions of HSPs of their work in relationship to social justice” and co-presented with Ray Wolpow and Robbie Paul, Director of Native American Health Services at WSU/Spokane, a panel discussion of “Trauma, recovery, and practice in nursing, teaching, and human services," at the 8th International Globalization, Education, and Diversity Conference held Feb. 23-24, 2012 in Vancouver, Wash.

John Korsmo, Human Services and Rehabilitation presented, “Making Exceptions the Norm: Empowering Youth Through Education (First Generation College Goers),” at the Youth Workers on the Rise and the annual board meeting for the National Association of Child and Youth Care Practice, held May 8-11, 2012 in Milwaukee, Wis.

Molly Lawrence and Rosalie Romano, Secondary Education, co-presented “Responsibility as a Critical Stance: Has the Accountability Movement Diluted Responsibility”? and “Education for Sustainability as Social Justice for our Planet” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2012 Conference held Apr. 13-17, 2012 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Trula Nicholas, Human Services, presented “Alliances: Effective Use of Socially Constructed Privileges at the Community-Campus Partnerships as a Strategy for Social Justice: Where We've Been and Where We Need to Go,” held Apr. 17-21, 2012 in Houston, Texas.

Jenny Parker and Tracy Thorndike-Christ, Special Education presented “Promising Practice: General Education Teacher Candidates Shadow Students Receiving Services outside the General Education Classroom,” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2012 Conference” held Apr. 13-17, 2012 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Diane Penland, Teacher Education Outreach Programs, presented “Scaffolding Teacher Preparation for Student Success” at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity held Mar. 26-27, 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Shelby Shepperd, Secondary Education, presented “PARADIGM” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2012 Conference held Apr. 13-17, 2012 in Vancouver, BC, Canada and an invited response to "Mind, Education and Active Content" at the Philosophy of Education Society Conference held Mar 22-26, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pa.

Tracy Thorndike-Christ and Chuck Lambert, Special Education, co-presented with Rachel Berry "How High Must I Jump?: The Development of a Faculty Evaluation Plan for Early-career Professors,” and "Nobody Can Do This Job: Efficacy Expectations, Emotional Exhaustion, and Burnout in Special Education Teachers" at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2012 Conference” held Apr. 13-17, 2012 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Tracy Thorndike-Christ and Jenny Parker, Special Education, co-presented with Rachel Berry “Teacher candidate attitudes toward English language learners with and without disabilities” and “Predicting and reducing special education teacher burnout” at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) 2012 Convention and Expo held Apr. 11-14, 2012 in Denver, Colo.

Kate Wayne, Elementary Education, presented “The Story of the Broken Tongue or Technologizing Liberty” at the 2012 Hawaii International Conference on Education held Jan. 5-8, 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Ray Wolpow, Secondary Education and Susan Kincaid, Human Services, co-presented with Robbie Paul, WSU, “Healing the Wounds of Trauma: Finding Story and Fostering Resiliency in Local and Global Communities," at the 8th International Globalization, Education, and Diversity Conference held Feb. 24-26, 2012 in Vancouver, Wash.

Ray Wolpow, Secondary Education, presented, Examined Lives, Education Lives: Resilience and Self-Care in Practice, at the Trauma and Learning in Post-Secondary Education Conference held April 27-28, 2012 in Boston, Mass.

Ray Wolpow, Secondary Education, presented "Compassionate Schools, Compassionate Teachers and the Need for Training in Trauma and Self-Care" at the Annual Northwest Association of Teacher Educators (NWATE) Conference held May 31-June 2, 2012 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Fall 2011

Tracy Coskie, Elementary Education, co-presented with Michelle Hornof “Photo Essays: A 21st Century Unit for the Writing Workshop,” at the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Conference, held Nov. 17-20, 2011, in Chicago, Ill.

Sandra Daffron, Continuing and College Education, presented “A New Educational Plan for the Middle East and North Africa,” at the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Annual Conference, held Nov. 2-4, 2011 in Indianapolis, Ind.

Tracy Coskie and Marsha Riddle Buly, Elementary Education, co-presented “Promising Practices in Literacy Teacher Education: Researchers of Literacy Teacher Education Share Best Practices,” at the Library Research Association Conference, held Nov. 30 - Dec. 3, 2011, in Jacksonville, Fla.

Jenny Parker and Tracy Thorndike-Christ, Special Education, presented “Shadowing students receiving services: A promising practice for teacher training,” at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Teacher Ed Division: Creating Shared Visions for Educators: Moving Forward with New IDEAs Conference, held Nov. 8-12, 2011, in Austin, Tex.

Diana Jones, Human Services, co-presented with Ellen Wright Clayton "Fundamentalism, Tolerance for Uncertainty, and Deciding about Genetic Testing and served as converner of the session: Technology, Internet and Social Media” at the Annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Religious Research Associations, and affiliated groups held in Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 29-31, 2011.

Lorraine Kasprisin, Secondary Education, co-presented with Linda Mangel “Civil Rights for Schools” at the Washington State Association for Multicultural Education Annual Conference held in Seattle, Wash., Oct. 22, 2011.

Bridget Kelley, Special Education, co-presented with Susan Bigelow “The Therapeutic Classroom: Meeting the Needs of High School Students with EBD Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders” held in Tempe, Ariz., Oct. 27-29, 2011.

Susan Kincaid, Human Services, presented "Interviews with case managers: interventions, ethics, attitudes and social justice," at the 2011 Conference of the National Organization for Human Services, held in San Antonio, Texas.

Diane Majors, TESOL, presented “Using Glad Strategies in University Courses” at the Tri-TESOL Conference English without Borders held in Des Moines, Wash., Oct. 21-22, 2011.

Matthew Miller, Elementary Education, co-presented with Jamie Ashton (Whatcom Day Academy) “Aha! Supporting Literacy Learning in Partnership” at the Washington Association for the Education of Young Children (WAEYC) held in Seattle, Wash., Oct. 27-28, 2011.

Victor Nolet, Secondary Education, presented “Education for Sustainability and Teacher Education: Synergy and Opportunity National Network for Educational Renewal” at the 2011 Annual Conference held in Hanford, Conn., Oct. 20-22, 2011.

Rosalie Romano and Molly Lawrence, Secondary Education, co-presented with Secondary student Saraswati Noel, “Retention and Recruitment of Teachers of Color” at the Washington State Association for Multicultural Education (WSAME) Annual Conference held in Seattle, Wash., Oct. 22, 2011.

Trish Skillman and Carmen Avila Cervera, TESOL, co-presented “Mini-Lessons for effective academic oral communication” at the Tri-TESOL Conference English without Borders held in Des Moines, Wash., Oct. 21-22, 2011.

Rosemary Vohs, Elementary Education, presented “Aesop Prize Highlights: Celebrating New Publications in Folklore for Children " at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society " held in Bloomington, Ind., Oct. 12-15, 2011.

 

 

Summer 2011

Jacquelyn Baker-Sennett, Human Services and Rehabilitation, presented “To Act for Change: Creative Improvisation in Education” at the 7th Global Conference: Creative Engagements: Thinking held in Oxford, England, July 4-6, 2011.

Raine Dozier, Human Services Program, presented “Young Black Women and Economic Downturns” at the Society for the Study of Social Problems 61st Annual Meeting held in Las Vegas, Nev., Aug. 19-21, 2011.

Genet Simone, Teacher Education Outreach Programs, presented “Embodied Presence: New Insights for Expanding the Meaning of Teacher Disposition” at the Regional Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education held in Clinton, Wash., July 1-3, 2011.

 

Spring 2011

Jacquelyn Baker-Sennett, Human Services, presented “Expanding the Influence: Applied Anthropology in Human Services Education” at the Society for Applied Anthropology Conference held in Seattle, Wash., Mar. 29- Apr. 2, 2011.

Anne Blanchard, Human Services presented “To Identify and Name Injustice” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Conference 2010, held in New Orleans, La., Apr. 8-12, 2011.

Joanne Carney, Elementary Education, co-presented with Dr. Cap Peck (University of Washington), “Using the Teacher Performance Assessment (TPA) as an Opportunity for Organizational Learning and Program Improvement, at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Assessment Conference Assessment Conference, held in Spokane, Wash., April 28-30, 2011.

David Carroll and Marilyn Chu, Elementary Education, co-presented “Recruiting and Retaining Under-represented Populations to Teacher Education : A Critical Inquiry Perspective,” at the American Education Research Association (AERA) Conference, held in New Orleans, La., Apr. 8-12, 2011.

Mary Lynne Derrington and Donald Larsen, Educational Administration, co-presented “Evaluation of Principals: Issues in Support and Authority” and “Learning to Trust One's Moral Compass: How Principal Preparation Shapes School Leaders,” at the National Association of Elementary School Principals and National Council of Professors in Educational Administration (NAESP/ NCPEA) Joint Conference held in Tampa, Fla., Apr. 7-10, 2011.

Kristen French, Elementary Education, presented “Reimaging education through decolonizing theory: an indigenous perspective,” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference held in New Orleans, La., Apr. 8-12, 2011.

Angela Harwood, Secondary Education, co-presented with Isabel Meaker (Americorps) and students Stephanie Gallardo and Maria Guzman, “From Research to Action: Building Student and Family Leaders to Support Latino Communities,” at the Western Regional Campus Compact Continuums of Service Conference held in San Diego, Calif., Apr. 27-29, 2011.

Karen Hoelscher, Paula Dagnon, Elementary Education , and Cyndie Shepard, Compass 2 Campus, presented “Mentoring for College Access and Success,” at the Campus Compact Continuums of Service Conference held in San Diego, Calif., Apr. 27-29, 2011.

Diana Jones, Human Services co-presented with Laurel Cassidy, University of Tennessee and Craig Anne Heflinger, Vanderbilt University “Rural Clergy Perceptions of and Responses to Adolescents with Mental Health Concerns,” at the 71st Annual Meeting for the Society of Applied Anthropology held in Seattle, Wash., Mar. 29- Apr. 2, 2011.

Molly Lawrence, Secondary Education presented “Engaging Imagination: Juxtaposing Voices From the Field to Envision Sustainability Teaching and Learning,” at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2011 Conference held in New Orleans, La., Apr. 8-12, 2011.

Matthew Miller, Elementary Education, presented “The Reliability of Evaluations on the Elementary Education Teacher Work Sample,” at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Assessment Conference held in Spokane, Wash., Apr. 28-30, 2011.

Maria Timmons Flores, Elementary Education/TESOL, presented “Bridging Barriers with Migrant Youth” at the Campus Compact Continuums of Service Conference held in San Diego, Calif., Apr. 27-29, 2011.

Raymond Wolpow, Secondary Education, presented, “Stress, Trauma, Vicarious Trauma, Compassionate Satisfaction, Compassion Fatigue and Burnout: Self-Care Implications for Those Who Work with Perpetrators of Hate and Their Victims,” at the Second International Conference on Hate Studies held in Spokane, Wash., Apr. 6-9, 2011.

 

Winter 2011

Mary Lynne Derrington, Educational Administration, made a presentation on her role as Washington State Director of Phi Delta Kappa International at their conference held in Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 17-18, 2011.

Mary Lynne Derrington and Donald Larsen, Educational Administration, co-presented “Make your Disciplinary Decisions to Create a Supportive and Caring School Environment” at the Association of Washington School Principals ( AWSP) Assistant Principals Conference held in Seattle, Wash., Feb. 9-11, 2011.

Joanne Carney and David Carroll, Elementary Education co-presented “Mentoring the Mentors: A University- School Partnership Around an Inquiry Approach to Mentoring,” at the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education Conference, held in San Diego, Calif, Feb. 24-26, 2011.

Raine Dozier, Human Services, presented “Young Black Women and Economic Downturns,” at the Pacific Sociological Association 2011 Annual Meeting held in Seattle, Wash., Mar. 10-13, 2011.

Susan Kincaid, Human Services and Ray Wolpow, Secondary Education, presented “Trauma, Resiliency, Compassion Fatigue or Satisfaction: Heuristics for Interdisciplinary Dialogue and Practice with Survivors of Pain and Suffering ,” at the 7th International Globalization, Education , and Diversity Conference held in Spokane, Wash., Feb. 24-26, 2011.

John Korsmo, Human Services and Chris Korsmo, Executive Director of League of Education Voters, co-presented “Pathways to Success: First Generation College Goers,” at the 2011 Hawaii International Conference on Education held in Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 4-7, 2011.

Donald Burgess, Secondary Education presented "Looking at Student Work as a Collaborative Group, Supporting Student Process, Exploration of NSF funded North Cascade Olympic Website,” at the National Science Teacher Association 2011 National Conference, held in San Francisco, Calif., Mar. 10-13, 2011.
and “Listening to Children: Perceptions of nature and biophilla at Mountain School,” at the Environmental Education Association of Washington/Washington Science Teachers Association Joint Conference, held in Poulsbo, Wash., Mar 18-20, 2011.

Victor Nolet, Secondary Education presented “Education For Sustainable Development: New Opportunities for Teacher Education Programs,” at the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) Annual Conference held in San Diego, Calif., Feb. 23-26, 2011.

 

Fall 2010

Marilyn Chu (Elementary Education) co-presented: "Busting the ‘Colorbird’ Myth" with Barb Yasui, Shoreline Community College, at the Washington Association for the Education of Young Children (WAEYC) Conference held in Spokane, Wash., Oct. 15-17, 2010.

Marilyn Chu, Kristen French (Elementary Education), and Barb Yasui, Shoreline Community College, co-presented “Safe Spaces to Learn from our Stories: Early Childhood teachers use the Power of their Classroom Narratives to Explore Cultural Relevancy Issues,” at the Northwest Conference on Teaching for Social Justice held in Portland, Ore., Oct. 2, 2010 and “Busting the ‘Colorbird’ Myth" at the Washington State Association for Multicultural Education held in Seattle, Wash., Oct. 30, 2010.

Pat Fabiano (Student Affairs Administration) presented: “Reclaiming Wellness: Our Student Affairs Legacy” at the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) Western Regional Conference held in Portland, Oregon, Nov. 3-6, 2010.

Anthony Jongejan (Educational Leadership) presented: “Favorite Web 2.0 Applications for Use in Your Mathematics Teaching” at the 49th North West Math Conference held in Spokane, Wash., Oct. 7-9, 2010.

Lorraine Kasprisin (Secondary Education) presented: “School to Prison Pipeline” at the Washington State Association for Multicultural Education Annual Conference held in Seattle, Wash., Oct. 30, 2010.

Bridget Kelley (Special Education) and Susan Bigelow co-presented: “Beyond PBIS: Successfully Serving ED/BD Students in a Public High School” at the 34th Annual Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders (TECBD) Conference held in Tempe, Arizona, Oct. 28-30, 2010.

Donald Larsen (Educational Administration) presented: “Making a Difference? An Investigation of Ethics Courses in Principal Preparation Programs” at the National Social Science Association (NSSA) Fall Professional Development Conference held in Reno, Nevada, Oct. 10-12, 2010.

Victor Nolet (Secondary Education), Cori-Mantle Bromely (University of Idaho), and Dennis Sterner (Whitworth University) presented: “Reorienting Teacher Education for Sustainability: The Role We Each Can Play” at the National Network For Educational Renewal 2010 Annual Conference held in Normal, Ill., Oct. 7-9, 2010.

Diane Penland (Everett Teacher Education Outreach Program) presented: “Online Learning Communities: Assessment Instrument” at the International Conference on Online Learning held in Orlando, Fla., Nov. 3-5, 2010.

Rosalie Romano (Secondary Education) presented: “Sustainability as a Practice of Conscientization: Education for our Well-Being” at the Paulo and Nita Frier International Project for Critical Pedagogy Spain Congress 2010 held in Granada, Spain, Nov. 10-14, 2010; “Social Change and the Ethical Responsibilities of a Teacher: Preparing Ethically Responsible Educators” at the Curriculum for the Bioregion Sustainability and Reflective and Contemplative Practice held in Whidbey Island, Wash., Nov. 5-7, 2010; and co-presented with M.I.T. students Alli Hancock and Jessica Swapp: “Fostering Cultural Competence in Pre-Service Teachers through Service-Learning” at the Washington State Association for Multicultural Education (WASME) Conference held in Seattle, Wash., Oct. 29, 2010.