McCall, Seth A. (sam2327)

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McCall, Seth
Instructor
Instructor, Curriculum & Teaching Research Associate, Center for Technology and School Change
Curriculum & Teaching

Office:
510 Thmps

Office Hours:
Tuesday 6:30-7:30 pmWednesday 4-5 pm

Educational Background

EdD, Curriculum & Teaching, Teachers College, Columbia University (May 2020)

MSE, Adaptive Special Education, The University of Kansas

BSE, History and Government Education, The University of Kansas

Scholarly Interests

Curriculum studies, qualitative and postqualitative research methodology, archives and anarchives, organizational theory, walking methodology, archives and special education

Selected Publications

Book Reviews

McCall, S. A. (March 2016). Working (with/out) the system. Teachers College Record.

Other Publications

McCall, S. A. (February 2016). Entitled and ensnared: Lessons from the Dark Side. Teachers College Public Space.

IRB-Approved Projects- Principal Investigator

            19-385             Becoming Otherwise: A Speculative Ethnography of Anarchival Events. Data collection included ethnography in a public space, reading groups, and social media and speculative practice in the form of workshops and walking tours. Principal Investigator.

            17-246             Building Connections: Multimodal Participatory Action Research in Curriculum & Teaching. Data collection entailed photographic responses to prompts around campus, individual interviews, and focus groups over the course of a year. Principal Investigator.

            15-076             Perspectives on Teacher Identity within Accelerated Reforms. Data collection during course taught at Hunter College. Principal Investigator.

IRB-Approved Projects- Research Associate or Research Assistant     

            16-337             Systemic Transformation of Inquiry Learning Environments (STILE) for STEM (2.0). Data collection included surveys, performance tasks, interviews, and field notes from participant observation between June 2016 through August 2020. Funded by the National Science Foundation (PI: Meier, E., Co-PI: Tipton, E., NSF DRL-1621387, 09/1/16 – 08/31/20, $2,990,168.00). Research Associate.

            13-076             Systemic Transformation of Inquiry Learning Environments (STILE) for STEM. Data collection included surveys, interviews, and field notes from participant observation between November 2012 through December 2014. Funded by the National Science Foundation (PI: Meier, E., Co-PI: Degnan, A., NSF DRL 1238643, 10/1/2012 – 9/30/2015, $499,619). Research Assistant.

Panels Organized

2020               

(Re)tracing, (un)curating, and (an)archiving children’s artistic productions: Sophisticated scribbles and the influence of Rhoda Kellogg. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Refereed Papers Presented

2020               

Anarchive of our own: Re-membering the Reconceptualization. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA (accepted).

2019               

Accidents in the archive: Anarchival inquiry in a post qualitative wake. Curriculum & Teaching’s Graduate Student-Led Conference. New York, NY.

2018               

Disrupting a lesson: Silences in the New York Fiscal Crisis of 1975. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY.

Impressions of a crisis. Curriculum & Teaching’s Graduate Student-Led Conference. New York, NY.

2017               

Impressions of a crisis: Traces of Black Solidarity. Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice. Dayton, OH.

Innovating Instruction: Systemic transformation at the school level. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX.

2016               

Semiotic form and flow: The conformity of charter management organizations. Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice. Dayton, OH.

Caught in a cave: Between Odysseus and Polyphemus. Penn Ethnography Forum. Philadelphia, PA.

Entitled and ensnared: Lessons from the Dark Side. Curriculum Studies Summer Collaborative at Georgia Southern. Savannah, GA.

Refereed Posters Presented

2017               

Transcending mediocrity: A conceptual analysis of Success for All. Poster. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX.

2015               

Reframing the inequality of knowledge. Poster. Harvard Graduate School of Education Student Research Conference. Cambridge, MA.

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