Schedule at a Glance

Date of Symposium: March 24, 2021
All times are local to Buffalo, NY (Eastern Daylight Time, UTC-4).

10:50am – 11:00am Conference Kickoff

11am – 12pm Concurrent Panel Sessions

  1. Families in Education: Negotiating Complex Roles and Responsibilities
  2. Do I Belong Here? Explorations of College Student Identities
  3. Changes and Challenges Within U.S Education in the 21st Century Global Era
  4. Research Stops for Nothing: Special Proposed Works Panel

12:15pm – 12:45pm Concurrent Paper Session A

  1. Freedom of the Student Press: The Student Experience in an Autonomy-Supportive Journalism Classroom
  2. “It’s Useful But…”: Using Positioning Theory to Compare Teachers and Principal Views on Teaching Strategies GOLD®
  3. Equity and Cultural Competent Assessment Practices
  4. Managing the Maze in a Pandemic: Prospective College Student-Athletes Navigate College Choice During COVID
  5. Collecting Culture: Rare Books and Manuscripts at Harvard and Yale Universities

1:00pm – 2:00pm Keynote

George A. Bonanno, Ph.D. is a Professor of Clinical Psychology, Director of the Loss, Trauma, and Emotion Lab, and Director of the Resilience Center for Veterans and Families at Columbia University’s Teachers College. Read more.

2:15pm – 2:45pm Concurrent Paper Session B

  1. Toward Inclusive Education: The Case of American Sign Language Education Connecting Communities
  2. School Type and Teacher-Reported Social Skills: Differences in Achievement of 4th and 8th Grade Students from Varying Schools Nationwide, and Implications for Teacher Improvement
  3. Boarding Students’ Perceptions of School Climate and Well-Being Across Gender and Sexual Orientation
  4. Mexican American Identity: A Global Resurgence of Indigenist Activism as Opposition to Neo-Colonialism
  5. Examining Conceptions of Assessment among a Social Media-Based Sample of Early Childhood Education Professionals

3:00pm – 3:30pm Concurrent Paper Session C

  1. Trauma Testimonials in Slam Poetry: A Portrait of Resilience
  2. Exploring the Use of Elements of New Literacies Theories in Traditional Developmental Writing Class for First Year College Students
  3. Parenting Special Needs Children and the Role of Information: A Literature Review
  4. Teaching for Social Justice Through Interactive Read-Alouds of Picturebooks: A Teacher-Researcher’s Journey and Evolution
  5. Predictors of Mental Health Help-Seeking Attitudes Among Asian and Asian American College Students

3:45pm – 4:15pm Concurrent Paper Session D

  1. Understanding each other: Exploring high school students’ and math teachers’ viewpoints regarding multiple strategies in mathematics
  2. A Case Study of A UPK Teacher
  3. Restorative Justice Practice Values and The Co-authoring a Set of Classroom Rules
  4. The Globalization of the ‘Savage’: Human Exhibitions of the Past & Its Metaphorical Connection to Education in the Present
  5. Carelessness in Higher Education: How The Neoliberal University Shapes the Experiences of Students on the Margins

4:30pm – 5:15pm Concurrent Poster Sessions

  1. An Exploratory Study of the Relationship Among the Race/Ethnicity of the Microaggressor, Collective Self-Esteem, and Anxiety Among Asian and Black College Students
  2. Racial Disparities in Teacher Ratings of ADHD Symptoms and Behavior: A Systematic Review
  3. Lisdexamfetamine and Workplace Interview Performance in Adolescents and Young Adults Diagnosed with ADHD
  4. Caregiving environmental risk, parenting, and aggression from infancy to adolescence in a high-risk sample
  5. Participatory Design: A Turn Toward More Resilient Research
  6. Effects of science fiction on eleventh-grade girls’ interest in entering STEM fields