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Django Paris Apr 9
A few thoughts on attending large conferences as many of us wrap up
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Patrick Beymer Apr 8
Great this year! Excited to get back to the lab and start working on proposals for next year!
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Vijay Ramjattan Apr 9
Three components of a raciolinguistic genealogy as articulated by : genealogical stance; materialist framing of white supremacy; & a raciolinguistic perspective
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Kay Sidebottom Apr 9
My other key take-away is the need to keep problematising dominant discourse around ways of knowing + being in the world. What counts as ‘knowledge?’ Whose ‘knowledge’ are we privileging? Many thanks to indigenous presenters who keep calling us back to these questions.
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Cora Parrisius Apr 8
So grateful and proud to be the Paul Pintrich Memorial Award recipient this year!! Thanks to the MotSIG Award Committee and to everyone who came by my poster today.
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L.Baber Apr 10
Coming back from inspired by all the great research and scholars in the field. All I want to do is write, write, write but I got emails, emails, emails.
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Tran Nguyen Templeton Apr 9
okay, fine. all the love and generative thinking from the past 5 days has been something. *maybe* i'll see y'all in the bay.
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Joshua Childs Apr 8
Ok—so & we HAVE to do better about attacking other presentations during the Q&A time. Especially towards graduate students. WE can and HAVE to do better. It’s already tough enough being a grad student. Us with “PHDs” should be role models to students.
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wikipedia brown ||| abolish ICE. Apr 8
if neither you nor one of your close friends had a complete and utter meltdown during were you even really there
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Dominique Baker Apr 8
Excited that, during the editorial board meeting, the editors reiterated a desire for qualitative and mixed methods policy work for the journal.
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Cassie J. Brownell Apr 10
I need to plan 2 cushion days for to catch up on sleep, buy groceries, filter/respond to emails, & just catch up on life bc its annually a (good) emotionally/physically/mentally exhausting conference, but hard bc of end-of-term sprint after! (Even for extroverts!)
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Nelson Flores Apr 9
Shout out to who presented data describing the experiences of undocumented Latinx mothers who have children with disabilities. She showed the ways that the US racialized medical model and the lack of bilingual ed traps these mothers in the US with few options
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Dr. Heather Shotton Apr 10
In the most recent episode of “Keeping Heather Humble”. While trying to discreetly exit a session at , I pulled the entire tablecloth (contents & all) off my table. In the center of the room. That was awesome.
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Dr. QueenB Apr 9
AERA President, Vanessa Siddle Walker, is asking us to think of our responsibilities to the public at large as educators and educational researchers.
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Glen Jones Apr 9
As comes to an end, my congratulations to the more that 200 faculty and graduate students who shared their research at this important forum. My sincere thanks to the huge number of OISE staff who played such a key role in the success of our numerous events.
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LSGS Conference Apr 9
We saw so many fabulous grad students at and — We hope you’ll submit an abstract by May 17 for
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Dr. Rashawn Ray Apr 9
Want to do something about divisiveness and racism? Listen to my appearance on the Leading Equity Podcast on how to become a "racial equity learner, racial equity advocate, and racial equity broker."
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Teomara Rutherford Jul 8
Putting the finishing touches on an proposal examining interaction patterns among twitter users with and smiling at the meta nature of this tweet.
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Dr. Ramon Goings Apr 16
Article presented at is now off my desk and to a journal! Now on to these grant proposals!
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Harper B. Keenan Apr 9
was totally exhausting, but you know what? It was nowhere near as exhausting as teaching kindergarten. One more reminder to take our hats off to the hard work of classroom teachers as those of us think about the work of education.
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