In order to better understand factors contributing to the mental health of TGNC clients, the proposed study will develop and validate a scale of gender identity-based microaggressions in counseling or psychotherapy. The scale this project will develop will be a valuable resource for clinicians, supervisors, researchers, and social justice activists.
This CHAT inspired study is part of a larger four-year project to provide pre-service teacher candidates learning experiences with bilingual children with mild disabilities during their first year of studies. The study expands the project to investigate how in-service educators can use what we learn to foster the bilingual learning of their children with disabilities.
The purpose of this project is to produce a multi-modal publication on the experiences, perspectives and voices of refugee teachers, which have been overlooked within the field of education in emergencies, despite the critical role that they play in providing quality education for the children and youth displaced as a result of war and conflict.
This study examines youth perspectives on their own digital technology use as a way to inform more ethical and equitable design of social media platforms.
The purpose of this project is to collect exploratory data concerning the political and symbolic dimensions of the urban school superintendency on matters of race and diversity from an education leadership perspective.
This project evaluates the suicide intervention literature to assess whether (or to what extent) treatments apply to high-risk demographic groups.
Yesenia’s concern led me to reflect on my own experiences as an Afro-Latina woman and speaker of a heavily accented English who was once an EC education pre-service teacher in a predominantly White teacher education program.
This proposal is to write a book based on extensive ethnographic research with Quichua directors of intercultural bilingual education in Ecuador. This book considers the successes and pitfalls of making symbols of diversity into officially sanctioned components of multicultural educational initiatives.
Investigating how students become skilled and informed users of digital tools in an urban, culturally and linguistically diverse, fifth-grade elementary classroom. This study will examine classroom practices that draw upon students’ digital epistemologies as they use tablets to create multimodal projects that demonstrate understanding of curricular objectives through project-based learning.
This study investigates:
How does the opportunity for minority students to attend majority-white, higher-resourced school districts affect the test scores, special-education status, college enrollment, college quality, and arrest rates of minority students?
Investigate and connect public schools that intentionally promote school integration according to socioeconomic status (SES).
Investigating the influence of human rights education on students’ perceptions of rights, diversity, and inter-group conflict within an ethnically, racially, and culturally diverse student population at two public high schools in the New York metropolitan area.
Investigating TC bilingual teacher candidates’ learning when teaching in a context where they can mediate bilingual children’s experience around technology, literature, and science without the restrictions that testing or prescriptive curricula could impose.
A longitudinal qualitative and philosophical inquiry involving sixteen teachers from eight New York City public schools investigating how cosmopolitanism can provide a critical lens on understanding and appreciating diversity in contemporary educational settings.
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