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The Problems and Promise of Difference

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Teachers College, Columbia University

525 West 120th Street

New York, NY 10027

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2nd Annual C&T Graduate Student-led Conference with the support of Student Senate and the Office of Diversity & Community Affairs

Join the conversation centered around the problems and promise of difference in education. Members of the TC Community will present current research and critical reflections on practice from a variety of fields and formats, including panels, roundtables, poster sessions, and workshops. Lunch will be provided.

Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Debbie Sonu, Associate Professor of Education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Hunter College, City University of New York and doctoral faculty at The Graduate Center

Musical Performance:

The Community Cultural Wealth of the Latin American Music Project: Representation through Music Performance

Panel Topics:

Talking Spanish in School: Integrating Bilingual Instruction in Higher Education; Wheelchairs on the Mountain Pass: Kyrgyztan's Changing Educational Landscape for Students with Disabilities; Impressions of a Crisis; Culturally Responsive Pedagogies for Social-Emotional Learning in a 3rd Grade Classroom; School as a Panacea for Affects: Problems and Potentialities; The D in Diversity Stands for Disability; Troubled on the Ground: A White Teacher Identity Self-Study; Fractured Inclusions and Emergent Affinities

Roundtable Topics:

Tearing Down the Ladder: Potentials and Pitfalls in Multiage Education; United Through Service; Everyone Can Be Gay; Diversity in the Digital Age: Perspectives on Achieving Equality and Inclusion Through the Integration of Technology in Classrooms

Poster Topics:

New Cultures & Connections: Friendship Formation and Social Connection Among UBC's International Students; The Heart of my Story: Using Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Small-group Writing Workshops with Bilingual Students; Psychological Factors Affecting Math Performance of African American Secondary Students; The New School Model: Mixed Ownership in Senior Vocational Schools in China Education Reform in 21st Century; Gender Divide in Digital Gaming: History, Symptoms, and Interventions; Negotiating Narratives of War: A Case Study of Second Generation Vietnamese Americans

Workshop Topics:

Holistic Art Education Practices; Creating Spaces of Sustained Caring: When Things Feel Awkward and Negative; Culturally Relevant STEM Curriculum that Supports Student Shared Cultural Experiences; Designer Luggage: What Readers Bring to Text; Creating Anti-Racist Curriculum for our African Immigrant Students

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