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School of Education Faculty Invited to Present at 2020 AERA Annual Meeting

Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education faculty have been invited to participate at this year’s American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting.

AERA was founded in 1916 and is the largest national interdisciplinary research association devoted to the scientific study of education and learning. Its mission is to advance knowledge about education, encourage scholarly inquiry related to education, and promote the use of research to improve education and serve the public good.

The 2020 Annual Meeting has been cancelled due to COVID-19. The School of Education is proud to announce the following faculty who were invited to chair or present at the annual meeting:

Marie K. Heath (Presenter), “Measure of Perceptions and Learning Within Instructional Technology Contexts,” on One-to-One Technology Integration and High Pedagogical Practices: Technology, Dignity, and Democracy in the Middle School.

Leah Katherine Saal (Presenter) in Marriott Roundtable Session 1, “Academic, Professional, and Scholarly Development in Graduate Education,” on Productivity and Publishing: Demystifying Processes for New Scholars and Novice Researchers.

Marie K. Heath (Presenter), “TICL Relationships Among Technology, Instruction, Cognition, and Learning,” on We Can’t Teach Our Way out of this: Reimagining Social Media Pedagogy as Social Change.

Marie K. Heath (Presenter) in AERA Poster Session 1, “Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning SIG Poster Session,” on The Need for Techno-Ethics in Teacher Education: A Critical Analysis of Literature.

Marie K. Heath (Presenter) in AERA Poster Session 1, “Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning SIG Poster Session” on When the Field Site Goes One-to-One: Preservice Teacher Development and Beliefs About Technology and Learning.

Kristina Collins & Margarita Gomez (Presenters), “Bilingualism for All? Raciolinguistic Perspectives on Dual-Language Education,” on Who Gets to Count as Emerging Bilinguals: Adapting a Holistic Writing Rubric for All.

Ramon Goings (Chair), in Marriot Roundtable Session 14, “Critically Examining the Trajectories of Black Male Teachers From Teacher Preparation Through Induction.”

Afra Ahmed Hersi (Chair), in Moscone Center West Roundtable Session 2, “Toward More Effective Field Experiences: Perceptions and Perspectives.”

Mickey Fenzel (Chair), in Health and Well-Being in Adolescence.

Ramon Goings (Presenter), in “Improving Education for Vulnerable Children: Starting From the Bottom,” on Disrupting the Myth of Black Male Inferiority.

Leah Katherine Saal (Chair/Discussant), in Impacts on Adult Education.

Afra Ahmed Hersi (Chair), in Constructivist Theory, Research, and Practice: Perspectives and Insights From Preschool Through Adulthood.

Robert J. Helfenbein (Presenter), in Moscone Center North Roundtable Session 10, “Posthumanist Theory in the Service of Antiracist Curriculum Studies Scholarship”, on The Unthought of Racism: Putting New Materialism to Work in Curriculum Studies.

Camika Royal (Chair), in Racial Socialization of Black Children: Families’ Sociopolitical Preparation in and out of Schools.