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Div G Webinars & Podcasts

 

Welcome to the Division G Webinar and Podcast archives. Launched in 2014 by the AERA Graduate Student Executive Committee, these webinars and podcasts provide an added medium to highlight scholarship, discuss contemporary issues, and start a conversation among Div G members and the greater community.

 

2017-2018 WEBINAR SERIES

March 21, 2018: At the Intersection of Immigration, Education, and Advocacy

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Feb 27, 2018: (Re)constructing Citizenship: Civics Education and Political Engagement

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Jan 19, 2018: Publishing Possibilities for Graduate School and Beyond

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Nov 17, 2017: Research on Social Context of Education in Shifting U.S. Sociopolitical Relations

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Oct 01, 2017: Education as an (Anti)colonial Project.

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2016-2017 WEBINAR SERIES

The Role of Social Context in Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational OpportunityAERA_5SocialContext

From Our Elders: Stories of Resistance
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Black Lives Matter in Academia
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Educating Our Im/Migrant Youth
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AERA in San Antonio: From the Perspectives of Graduate Students
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2015-2016 Season

October 2016 Podcast – The Role of Social Context in Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity.

Dr. Terrence Green, Dr. Michelle Purdy, and Dr. Timothy San Pedro discuss the role of social context in achieving the promise of equal educational opportunity. To listen to the podcast, please visit the iTunes store and search “AERA Division G.” You can subscribe and download all of our previous podcast episodes.

June 2016 Podcast – 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. To listen to the podcast, please visit the iTunes store and search “AERA Division G.” You can subscribe and download all of our podcast episodes.

March 2016 Podcast: 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 with 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).

For additional information on our panelists or to read their publications, please visit their faculty website:

Dr. Lorri J. Santamaría from the University of Auckland
Santamaría, L. J., & Santamaría, A. P. (Eds.) (2016). Culturally responsive leadership in higher education: Praxis promoting access, equity and improvement. New York, NY: Routledge Books. Available at: https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138854802
Dr. Django Paris from Michigan State University
Paris D. & Alim, H. S. (2014). What are we seeking to sustain through culturally sustaining pedagogy? A loving critique forward. Harvard Educational Review84 (1), pp. 85-100.
Dr. Tonikiaa Orange from the University of California, Los Angeles
Orange, T. (2013). Inside Voices:  A Look at Culturally Responsive Pedagogy Through the Lens of Students.  UCLA Xchange Publication.http://centerx.gseis.ucla.edu/xchange-repository/culturally-relevant-teaching/xpress

October 2015 Podcast: AERA and the State of DivG: 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.

For additional information on our panelists or to read their publications, please visit their faculty website:

Dr. Elizabeth Moje, the University of Michigan
Dr. Kevin Roxas, Western Washington University
Dr. sj Miller, CU Boulder

2014-2015 Season

March 2015 Podcast: Navigating and Negotiating the AERA Annual Meeting
In anticipation of the Annual Meeting, the is podcast features three amazing graduate students sharing their experiences in making the best of your time in Chicago (see attached publicity flier). We welcome advanced graduate students Taucia Gonzalez (Arizona State University), Adeyanju Odutola (Clemson University), and Jon Wargo (Michigan State University) for a conversation about ensuring a successful, informative, and enjoyable experience at the AERA annual meeting.

January 2015 Podcast: Methodologies That Matter: Centering Community Voices
Our January podcast features three amazing scholars discussing the topic of “Methodologies That Matter: Centering Community Voices.” We welcome Drs. Theresa CatalanoDolores Delgado Bernal, and Valerie Kinloch for a conversation about conducting research and using specific research methodologies, such as critical discourse analysis and Critical Race Theory.

For additional information on our panelists or to read their publications, please visit their faculty website:

Dolores Delgado Bernal, University of Utah
Theresa Catalano, University of Lincoln, Nebraska
Recent Publication – The business of learning to teach: A Critical Metaphor Analysis of one teacher’s journey
Valerie Kinloch, the Ohio State University

October 2014 Podcast: (Inter)National Social Justice Issues and the Academy

In this podcast we welcome Dr. Chezare A. Warren from Michigan State University and Dr. Loukia Sarroub from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for a conversation about current events in the United States that have sparked national conversations concerning social relations, race, religion, and justice. We will be focusing on the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri and the demonstrations that have followed, as well as the rise of ISIL/ISIS/IS in the Middle East and the US reactions. In considering the cases of the African American and Muslim communities, we are interested in how to use social justice research  to address issues of racism, and Islamophobia, and consequently work towards improving the educational and lived experiences of students from both communities. What lessons can we learn from both communities, as we consider how to use social justice research in relation to other marginalization communities?

See our iTunes podcasts.

For additional information on our panelists or to read their publications, please visit their faculty website:
Dr. Chezare A. Warren, Michigan State University
Dr. Loukia Sarroub, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 
 
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