Oral presentations, performances, and demonstrations

  • Session II: 10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.

      Hipp Hall 205

      Multicultural Inquiry Projects (Elementary Certifiers)
      Moderator: George Lipscomb

      Alissa Goullet and Hannah Pace
      Foster Youth
      Jamie Gougarty and Rashmi Janakiraman
      African American Boys and School
      Taylor Outen and Rachel Sease
      Child Abuse and Neglect
      Helen Reed and Ashly Skow
      Dealing with Students with Poor Hygiene in Poverty
      Ann Claiborne Ellis and Andrea Fant
      Understanding Autism in the Early Years
      Teresa Carter and Caroline Savini
      Communication with Parents of Minority and Low-Income Students
      Morgan Black, Kate Gard, and Claire Smithy
      Sexual Abuse
      Lauren Dengler, Amy McGreey, and Alyssa Cameron
      Homosexuality
      Mallory Becker, Whitney Becker, and Emily Simmons
      Adoptions
      Ja'nice Roberts and Elizabeth Stokes
      Working with Teachers of Diverse Backgrounds
      Kajsa Nyblom and Katie Windsor
      Senior Citizens
  • Session III: 1 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.

      Hipp Hall 205

      Multicultural Inquiry (Secondary Certifiers)
      Moderator: George Lipscomb

      David Burnett and Daniel Kuzbary
      "Who Goes to Jupiter" Study on Gender Stereotypes in High School Classrooms
      Laura Klamer and Nathan Koverman
      LGBTQ
      Michelle Corey Brown and Sandra Estrada
      English Language Learners Who Struggle with Reading
      Trent McLees and Lucy Foster
      More Diverse Teaching Force
      Melissa Coleman and Ali Williams
      African-American Vernacular English

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