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Latest Episodes

From Our Elders: Stories of Resistance

For our first webinar of 2017, we are joined by Dr. Pauline Lipman from the University of Illinois at Chicago; Dr. Dolores Delgado Bernal from the University of Utah; and Dr. Daniel Solorzano from University of California, Los Angeles who will share with us their stories of resistance in their research, careers, and activism.

67 MIN2017 APR 4
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From Our Elders: Stories of Resistance

Black Lives Matter in Academia

Our guest panelists discussed the essential role that the BLM movement has in institutions of higher education. They shared how their work is influenced and informed by BLM and ways for young scholars to examine their own work/research through resistance movements.

68 MIN2017 APR 4
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Black Lives Matter in Academia

The Role of Social Context in Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity

We kicked the school year off with our first video webinar. Join us as we revisit the live conversation, “The Role of Social Context in Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity,” with Dr. Michelle Purdy, Dr. Terrance Green, and Dr. Timothy San Pedro. Be on the lookout for our next webinar in January 2017!

55 MIN2016 DEC 15
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The Role of Social Context in Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity

The Role of Social Context in Educational Research: Contemporary Directions, Goals, and Issues

Dr. Tara Yosso discusses her experiences with the study of social context as it relates to communities of color, and provides helpful tips to graduate students and junior scholars with respect to publishing and working in academia

46 MIN2016 JUN 17
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The Role of Social Context in Educational Research: Contemporary Directions, Goals, and Issues

Navigating AERA and DC: A Podcast for Graduate Students

Insight on making the most of your time at #AERA16 and DC.

29 MIN2016 MAR 25
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Navigating AERA and DC: A Podcast for Graduate Students

Culturally-Responsive & Sustaining Pedagogy

This podcast features a discussion on the need for research that centralizes pedagogy that connects the experiences of students’ lives to the classroom. We see culturally responsive/sustaining pedagogy as compelling and necessary research that draws on the strengths of students linguistic, cultural, and personal identity dimensions as critical research in education. CRP humanizes curriculum, learning, and schooling and can help disrupt the policy narrative of common standards and objective curriculum creating opportunities for pedagogies that positively impact diverse students entering classrooms today. The podcast includes Dr. Lorri J. Santamaría (Univ. of Auckland), Dr. Tonikiaa Orange (UCLA), Dr. Django Paris (MSU), Ms. Adeyanju Odutola (Clemson University), and Ms. Taylor Allbright (USC).

32 MIN2016 MAR 18
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Culturally-Responsive & Sustaining Pedagogy

AERA & the State of Division G: A Conversation with Division Officers

Our first podcast of the year is titled “AERA and the State of Division G: A Conversation with Division Officers.” Recorded live from Detroit at the AERA Division G Planning meeting with Dr. Elizabeth Moje from the University of Michigan, Dr. Kevin Roxas from Western Washington University, and Dr. sj Miller from CU Boulder. The podcast includes a conversation on current events in Division G, the upcoming AERA Annual Meeting, and the role of public scholarship.

35 MIN2015 OCT 28
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AERA & the State of Division G: A Conversation with Division Officers
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Latest Episodes

From Our Elders: Stories of Resistance

For our first webinar of 2017, we are joined by Dr. Pauline Lipman from the University of Illinois at Chicago; Dr. Dolores Delgado Bernal from the University of Utah; and Dr. Daniel Solorzano from University of California, Los Angeles who will share with us their stories of resistance in their research, careers, and activism.

67 MIN2017 APR 4
Comments
From Our Elders: Stories of Resistance

Black Lives Matter in Academia

Our guest panelists discussed the essential role that the BLM movement has in institutions of higher education. They shared how their work is influenced and informed by BLM and ways for young scholars to examine their own work/research through resistance movements.

68 MIN2017 APR 4
Comments
Black Lives Matter in Academia

The Role of Social Context in Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity

We kicked the school year off with our first video webinar. Join us as we revisit the live conversation, “The Role of Social Context in Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity,” with Dr. Michelle Purdy, Dr. Terrance Green, and Dr. Timothy San Pedro. Be on the lookout for our next webinar in January 2017!

55 MIN2016 DEC 15
Comments
The Role of Social Context in Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity

The Role of Social Context in Educational Research: Contemporary Directions, Goals, and Issues

Dr. Tara Yosso discusses her experiences with the study of social context as it relates to communities of color, and provides helpful tips to graduate students and junior scholars with respect to publishing and working in academia

46 MIN2016 JUN 17
Comments
The Role of Social Context in Educational Research: Contemporary Directions, Goals, and Issues

Navigating AERA and DC: A Podcast for Graduate Students

Insight on making the most of your time at #AERA16 and DC.

29 MIN2016 MAR 25
Comments
Navigating AERA and DC: A Podcast for Graduate Students

Culturally-Responsive & Sustaining Pedagogy

This podcast features a discussion on the need for research that centralizes pedagogy that connects the experiences of students’ lives to the classroom. We see culturally responsive/sustaining pedagogy as compelling and necessary research that draws on the strengths of students linguistic, cultural, and personal identity dimensions as critical research in education. CRP humanizes curriculum, learning, and schooling and can help disrupt the policy narrative of common standards and objective curriculum creating opportunities for pedagogies that positively impact diverse students entering classrooms today. The podcast includes Dr. Lorri J. Santamaría (Univ. of Auckland), Dr. Tonikiaa Orange (UCLA), Dr. Django Paris (MSU), Ms. Adeyanju Odutola (Clemson University), and Ms. Taylor Allbright (USC).

32 MIN2016 MAR 18
Comments
Culturally-Responsive & Sustaining Pedagogy

AERA & the State of Division G: A Conversation with Division Officers

Our first podcast of the year is titled “AERA and the State of Division G: A Conversation with Division Officers.” Recorded live from Detroit at the AERA Division G Planning meeting with Dr. Elizabeth Moje from the University of Michigan, Dr. Kevin Roxas from Western Washington University, and Dr. sj Miller from CU Boulder. The podcast includes a conversation on current events in Division G, the upcoming AERA Annual Meeting, and the role of public scholarship.

35 MIN2015 OCT 28
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AERA & the State of Division G: A Conversation with Division Officers
the END
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