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AERA 2016

American Educational Research Association (AERA)
Annual Meeting 2016


April 8-12, 2016, Washington DC


Contributions by Perkins College of Education Faculty


Scott Bailey, Session Chair
• Session: Online Teaching and Learning SIG Paper Session - Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership

Lauren Burrow, Presenting Author
• Session: Relationships for Service-Learning in Teacher Education
Paper: College IN Communities: An Analysis of a Community-Based Service-Learning Experience for Pre-Service
Teachers and Early Head Start Teachers and Mothers

Chrissy Cross, Poster Presentation
• Session: Science Teaching and Learning SIG Poster Session
Poster: Teaching Science Content Through Storytelling: Does It Work?

Karen Embry-Jenlink, Presenting Author
• Session: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research SIG Roundtable
Paper: Factors Contributing to the Hard-to-Staff Urban Schools in Texas

Chetanath Gautam, Presenting Author
• Session: Leadership in Rural Contexts
Paper: Rural Superintendents as Political Agents: Informed Activism and Advocacy With Grassroots Leadership in
Appalachian Ohio

Lauren Kelley Gonzalez, Presenting Author
• Session: A Global Perspective on Early Childhood Education
Paper: Do Early Childhood Teachers Truly Understand and Implement Effective Multicultural Education in Their
Teaching?

Paula Griffin, Presenting Author
• Session: Cultural Immersion Experiences to Transform Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Learners
Paper: Short-Term Study Abroad: Creating Culturally Responsive Teachers

Tracey Hasbun, Presenting Author
• Session: Enhancing Classroom Management Through Professional Development and Teacher Education
Paper: Classroom Climate and Behavior Guidance in Elementary Classrooms: Teacher Candidates Connect
Theory to Practice

Patrick Jenlink, Presenting Author
• Session: If Dewey Were Alive Today
Paper: Dewey’s Social Imaginary of Education: Democracy’s Role in Educating a Democratic Society
• Session: Democratic Citizenship in Education 2016
Paper: Dewey’s Democracy as Spatial Practice: Democratic Citizenship and the Potential Efficacy of Education
• Session: Considering Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Leadership Preparation and Placement
Paper: Educational Leadership as Social Justice Praxis: Mediating Social Injustices in Education Settings
• Session: Ethical Leadership and Organizational Learning
Paper: Revisiting Dewey’s Dramatic Rehearsal for Ethical Deliberation: Using Ethical Dilemma Cases in Preparing
Educational Leaders
• Session: Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research SIG Roundtable 1
Paper: Factors Contributing to the Hard-to-Staff Urban Schools in Texas
• Session: Critical Issues in Urban Teacher Education: Focus on Teacher Preparation
Paper: Countering Misrecognition in the Learning-to-Teach Experience: Factors That Influence Teacher Identity
in the Urban School

Jannah Nerren, Presenting Author
• Session: Enhancing Classroom Management Through Professional Development and Teacher Education
Paper: Classroom Climate and Behavior Guidance in Elementary Classrooms: Teacher Candidates Connect
Theory to Practice

Jannah Nerren, Session Discussant
• Session: Community-Based Collaborations to Diverse Field Experiences

Jannah Nerren, Session Chair
• Session: Relationships for Service-Learning in Teacher Education
• Session: Teaching Resources: Blogging, E-Texts, and Learner-Centered Classes in Constructivist Practices

Carolyn Stufft, Presenting Author
• Session: Fostering Meaningful Outcomes for Service-Learning in Teacher Education
Paper: The Impact of Service-Learning on Preservice Teachers’ Attitudes, Relationships, and Pedagogy

Vicki Thomas, Session Chair
• Session: Current Issues in Arts Education: Teacher Shortages, Curricular Innovations, and Creativity Assessment
• Session: From Theory to Practice in Peace Education
• Session: Education and the Creative Spirit
• Session: The Politics of Punishment and Care

Vicki Thomas, Session Discussant
• Session: Organizational Theory/Organizational Practice
• Session: Inclusion and Accommodation in Educational Assessment SIG Paper Session
• Session: Teachers’ Tensions, Autonomy, and Social Constructions in Professional Development

Tingting Xu, Presenting Author
• Session: Fostering Meaningful Outcomes for Service-Learning in Teacher Education
Paper: The Impact of Service-Learning on Preservice Teachers’ Attitudes, Relationships, and Pedagogy
• Session: Contemporary Perspectives on Student-Athletes and Academic Success
Paper: Investigating the Influences of the Morning Blast Physical Activity Intervention