Staggs, M.M. & Brown, J.C. (2023, April). Multilingual Learners’ Science Identities through the Lenses of Recognition, Funds of Knowledge, and Classroom Experience. Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Chicago, IL.
Staggs, M.M. & Brown, J.C. (2023, January). Pathways to Affirming Multilingual Learnersâ€™ Science Identities in High School Biology Classes: Teacher Understanding and Actions. Paper presented at the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE). Salt Lake City, UT.
Green, K., Silva, R. (2023). Let’s Have Courageous Conversation About IDEAS: Engaging in Difficult Discourse to Unpack Perspectives of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Academia, and Students (IDEAS). Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference, Jacksonville, FL.
Wright, S. A. (2022, May). Paper Presentation: “Unearthing the Humanity: An A/r/tographic Inquiry into Undergraduate Teacher Candidates’ Ideological Experiences and Perspectives.” Paper presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Virtual.
Mathews, H. M., Weiss, M., McKenney, N., & Silva, R. (2022). Coherence in Special Education Teacher Preparation: Developing Sustainable Professional Identities. Paper presented at the Teacher Education Division (TED) 45th Annual Conference, Richmond, VA.
Israel, M., Bergeron, L., Cox, B., Milenkovic, L., & Bennett, A. (2022). K-8 inclusive computer science education stories: Lessons from a research practice partnership. Panel presentation at the RESPECT Conference, Philadelphia PA.
Shafiei Rezvani Nejad, H. (March 2021). Responding to monolingual policies: A matter of teacher ideology. Presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Virtual Conference.
Silva, Carolyn. (2021, May). Beyond Latinidad, Towards Blackness: The Educational Experiences of Afro Brazilian Immigrants in South Florida. Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
Silva, Carolyn. (2020, December). Miami’s Forgotten Brazilians: Racialization and the Politics of Exclusion of AfroBrazilians in South Florida. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida.
Silva, Carolyn. (2020, December). Miami’s Forgotten Brazilians: Racialization and the Politics of Exclusion of AfroBrazilians in South Florida. The Future of AfroLatinx Studies. Latinx Project. New York University.
Aulino, C. & Washington, E. (December 2020).Theorizing Race for Economics Education: A Juxtaposition of Carter G. Woodson and Frantz Fanon. Paper presented at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Virtual.
Shafiei Rezvani Nejad, H. (October 2020). Multilingualism leading to multicultural education despite monolingual mandates! A matter of teacher ideology. Presented at NAME 30th Annual International Conference (NAME 1st Dual-Platform Conference), Montgomery, AL.