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Submissions from 2019

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Beyond four forces: The evolution of psychotherapy, Colette Fleuridas

Sexual risk taking in college students and functional families of origin, Colette Fleuridas

Submissions from 2018

Lifting family voices in the juvenile justice system and urban schools to promote healing, Rebecca Anguiano

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Educators self-reported training, use and perceived effectiveness of evidence-based classroom management practices, Justin Cooper, Nicholas Gage, Peter Alter, Stefanie LaPolla, Ashley MacSuga-Gage, and Terrence Scott

Better Together. California Teachers Summit, Meg Honey

Featured Speaker, California Historical Society Gala, Meg Honey

Nominee, Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History: National History Teacher of the Year, Meg Honey

Teacher of the Year, Mount Diablo Unified School District, Meg Honey

Banned portrait in the MAGA era: Afro-Latina texts her brother., Raina J. León

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3 Steps to Help Smart Adults Manage Executive Functioning Issues, Grace Malonai

Bilingual/Bicultural Teachers: Existing and Resisting in Charter Schools, Elizabeth Montaño and Antonieta Avila

The burden of the Shoah and Franklin Littell, Joan Peterson

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The failure of the Evian Conference of 1938 and the consequences revealed in Anna Seghers' Transit, Joan Peterson

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Mathematics teachers’ reflections on teaching about societal inequality as lessons for teacher education, Mary Candace Raygoza

Math in the news: Reporting and critically examining economic inequity, Mary Candace Raygoza

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Numbers don’t lie': The secondary mathematics classroom as a (non)neutral learning environment for issues of economic inequality, Mary Candace Raygoza

Youth as quantitative researchers and social change agents, Mary Candace Raygoza

Next Generation First Generation: Applying DSDM to Foster Student GLD, Gloria Sosa and Tracy Pascua Dea

Strengths-Based Peer Mentoring: Collectivist Principles in Action, Gloria Sosa and Tracy Pascua Dea

Using Children’s Literature to Confront Systemic Racism in Early Literacy Teacher Education., Tamara Spencer

Developing qualitative research tools for school counselors, Suzy Thomas

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Celebrating the Legacy and Leadership of Edy Schwartz and the Power of the Community Conversation, Maura Wolf

Submissions from 2017

Characteristics of Effective Classroom Rules: A Review of the Literature, Peter J. Alter

Collaboration Station: Using Positive Behavior Supports in General and Special Education Classroom Settings, Peter J. Alter

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Characteristics of Effective Classroom Rules: A Review of the Literature, Peter J. Alter and Todd Hayden

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Comparing choral responding and a choral responding plus mnemonic device during geography lessons for students with mild to moderate disabilities, Peter J. Alter, Todd Hayden, and Shobana Musti-Rao

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Examining the case for functional behavior assessment as an evidence-based practice for students with emotional and behavioral disorders in general education classrooms, Peter J. Alter and Terrence M. Scott

Doing the work: Bringing marginalized cultures and communities to the center, Rebecca Anguiano

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Language brokering among Latino youth: Moderating variables and youth outcomes, Rebecca Anguiano

Socially just family engagement in urban schools: Frameworks, resources, and examples, Rebecca Anguiano

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Socially Just Family Engagement in Urban Schools: Stories of Transformation and Implications for Inclusive School Practices, Rebecca Anguiano and Cynthia Martinez

Tools for building socially just family engagement in inner-city schools, Rebecca Anguiano and Cynthia Martinez

E-Books and E-Book Apps: Considerations for Beginning Readers, C.C. Bates, Adria Klein, B. Schubert, A. McGee, N. Anderson, L. Dorn, E. McClure, and R. H. Ross

A Trajectory of K-8 Teacher Development in Early and Mid-Career, Gerald Brunetti

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Creating Novel School-Based Education Programs to Cultivate Mindfulness in Youth: What The Letters Told Us, J. Cheek, Elizabeth Abrams, D. L. Lipschitz, D. R. Vago, and Y. Nakamura

Place-based initiatives in higher education: Embracing tensions in learning, research, and community development, D. Donahue, Jennifer Pigza, and J. Merritt

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The Claim of Right to Property: Social Violence and Political Right., Patrice Douglas

Proof from an embodied point of view, Laurie D. Edwards

Proof from an embodied point of view, Laurie D. Edwards

Youth Radio: Student-Driven Data Science Learning, Alexander Gurn, Clifford Lee, and K. Bass

An Evening With Michael Beschloss, Meg Honey

Local Heroes for Justice Award: Mount Diablo Peace and Justice Center, Meg Honey

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Scaffolding Students to Meet Grade Level Expectations: Balancing Text and Task, Adria Klein

The Influence of Home Language on Emergent Reading: Two Case Studies, Adria Klein and A. Briceño

“Literacy and Language Learning as Partners in the Classroom.”, Adria Klein, J Zuniga, A. Briceño, and A. Torres Elias

Beyond the Demographic Divide: Shifting Ideological Stances of White Preservice Teachers, Clifford Lee

Code for What? Engaging the Multiliteracies of Urban Youth Through STEM, Clifford Lee

Code for What? Making Products for Social Justice, Clifford Lee

Diversity Is Not Enough: Utilizing Critical Computational Literacy as a Means for Transformation, Clifford Lee

From Critical Consumers to Critical Producers of Digital Platforms, Clifford Lee

Tools of Change: Using Critical Computational Literacy for Interactive App Development, Clifford Lee

Better Together: California Teachers Summit, Clifford Lee, Jill Biden, and Tom Torlackson

Using Humanizing Pedagogy to Thrive in the Era of 45, Clifford Lee and W. Garrett-Walker

Got Data? Designing Infographics to Tell Stories, Clifford Lee and D. Meagley

Amplifying Youth Voice: From Local to Viral, Clifford Lee, R. Smith, and C. Stuip

“At Origin,” “Amor Ciego,” “Bringing Death,” “What to Do,” and “Lilith Snake Beloved.”, Raina León

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Don’t Let Them Steal Your Joy, Raina León

Give us the pig, Raina León

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Pandora’s box opens and Terrence Crutcher dies., Raina León

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poet anxiety disorder, Raina León

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“Poet Reads the Bloodlust News,” and “Poet: Code’s Story”, Raina León

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"Two Pounds, Night Sky Notes,” “Southwest Philadelphia, 1988,” “Maldicion de Boriken,” “Tango Criollo,” and “Bull| Machete | Bullet | Laurel| Time", Raina León

Considerations for Therapists of Gifted and/or Highly Sensitive Clients, Grace Malonai

Empowering Parents to Help Their Gifted Kids Manage Anxiety, Grace Malonai

Join an Advocacy Dialogue: Supporting Individuals and Families Affected by Current Societal Issues, Grace Malonai

Understanding the Manifestation of Anxiety in the Gifted Population, Grace Malonai

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Becoming Unionized in a Charter School: Teachers and the Promise of Social Justice, Elizabeth Montaño

Leveraging Youth Culture Data Sets for Teacher Learning, Elizabeth Montaño and Danny C. Martinez

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Integrating PBIS and Restorative Practices, Laura Mooiman

Let’s Get Organized: How one District Adopted a Wellness Program (MTSS) Model and Served More Students without Breaking the Bank, Laura Mooiman

Prevention Champions Awards, Laura Mooiman

Integrating PBIS and restorative practices, Laura Clement Mooiman

Navigating the terrain of positive organizing: an engagement of values, Ken Otter

Putting values to work at KKT: Nourishment for a positive leadership culture, Ken Otter

What’s Going On? An African-centered safe space for Black men. Symposium presented as part of Doing the Work: Bringing Marginalized Cultures and Communities to the Center, Bedford Palmer

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@NamingIt #StepYourSocialJusticeGameUp, Bedford Palmer and L. Hill

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Disrupting Organizational Constraints: Making social justice interventions work, Bedford Palmer and Gloria Sosa

Collectivism & inclusive excellence: Transforming student success while leading institutional change, Tracy Pascua Dea, Gloria Sosa, Cynthia Van Gilder, and Corliss Watkins

The intersections of religion and sexual identity: A conversation on ethics, S. Patrick, J. Beckenbach, J. N. Sells, B. Hagedorn, L. C. Smith, J. Okech, K. Goodrich, and Gloria Sosa

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PISA 2015: An international examination of school leadership and student opportunity to learn, Marshall Perry

Maximizing Social Science Research through Publicly Accessible Data Sets, S. Marshall Perry

Franklin Littell's The Crucifixion of the Jews and Anti-Zionism, Joan Peterson

ABCs of community-based learning, Jennifer Pigza

Bonner National Institute on Social Action Curriculum Development, Jennifer Pigza

Catholicism and the Common Good: Theology and the University Colloquium, Jennifer Pigza

Leadership for social justice, Jennifer Pigza

Transforming university systems and structures to support place-based engagement, Jennifer Pigza

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De Marillac academy: Perseverance, purpose, and promise, Rebecca Proehl, Lisa Ayon, Desiree Braganza, and Gloria Sosa

The Political Identities and Civic Education Practices of U.S. High School Mathematics Teachers, Mary C. Raygoza

Faculty Development Award, Mary Candace Raygoza

Saint Mary’s College Faculty Service Award (2017), Gloria Aquino Sosa

Intergenerational trauma and student success: Equity-based counternarratives of power, strength, and hope, Gloria Sosa and Tracy Pascua Dea

Intergenerational Trauma and Student Success: Strengths-Based Approaches that Matter NextGenFirstGenTM, Gloria Sosa and Tracy Pascua Dea

Reframing success: Attending to intersectionality to support lived experiences of first generation college students, Gloria Sosa, P. A. Sasso, and Tracy Pascua Dea

Intergenerational Trauma and College Student Success, Gloria Sosa and E. Templeton

Facilitating Higher Learning with the Adult Brain in Mind [invited preconference workshop]., Kathleen Taylor

Facilitating Learning With the Adult Brain in Mind., Kathleen Taylor

Facilitating Learning With the Adult Brain in Mind [faculty development workshop]., Kathleen Taylor

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Leadership and the Brain: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century, Kathleen Taylor

Move Over, Descartes!, Kathleen Taylor