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Cassie J. Brownell Apr 8
Hey attendees! If you purchased a Presto card to use Toronto transit, don’t trash it! Send it to my office (address below) & I’ll drop the card at a local org that can share it with folks that can benefit from it! 1/2
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Kui Xie Apr 10
Now is over. Make sure to reflect on your experience and share with your students or colleagues. An important process for a meaningful AERA conference includes: Preparation, Participation, and Reflection.
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DorindaCarterAndrews Apr 5
Thanks for this: “You don’t just get equity. You have to continually design for it.”
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Jenny Lee Apr 7
attendees. Be sure to give yourself extra time out of Toronto for your return flight. So many fellow passengers missing flight due to security and passport delays.
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Kristin Reimer Apr 6
A first. Seeing my book displayed!
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Christina A. Barbieri Apr 7
If you’re 1) a morning person, 2) care about mathematics teaching and learning, & 3) are at , stop by my poster (#6) tomorrow 8-9:30AM to learn about my work w/ & Anne Morris on Improving Student Explanations on Fraction Comparison Tasks @ Convention Centre
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Joanne Larson Apr 9
Why are teacher educators STILL talking about finding ways for [white] student teachers to be “amazed” by minoritized youth so “they” can see the students’ humanity😡. Really people? Catch up!
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Rebecca Colesworthy Apr 8
Last day of . Conferences wear me out but I think they’re my fave part of my job—mtg w/ scholars, hearing/asking abt their book projects, talking abt process (logistics + ?s abt audience, framing), checking in w/ authors, learning abt fields, sharing my goals/what’s new.
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JK Flake 📈📏 Apr 8
Heard Craig Enders speak about new features in the Blimp software (coming soon) at : updates include capability to impute missing data of IVs and DVs in multilevel models with random slopes and interactions. It is free, check it out here:
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Tammy Zilliox Apr 8
Excited to present my dissertation proposal at !
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Christian Lundahl Apr 9
“What kind of society tells a 13 year old that you are not good enough for riogours academic work? What kind of society does that?” asks Carmen Montecinos.
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Keith C. Barton Apr 8
Solid discussant comments by : synthesis plus individual attention, praise plus suggestions, connections to the overall field; not self-focused, nor apologetic for being the discussant
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Venus Evans-Winters Apr 9
I pray that this week that I paved the way for Black and Brown younger women to NOT play small. Stop shrinking for other's comfort.
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Kay Sidebottom Apr 8
Presenting today! And it’s the ginger cat dress ☺️
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Lisette E. Torres Apr 8
The irony of an all White panel and a mostly White audience in an session entitled STEM: Power, Spectacle, and Resistance is palpable to me.
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pat thomson Apr 8
Dropped by at yesterday and two staff looked at my name badge and basically asked me who I was. I’ve published 17 books with you. Really?
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Hanna Wickstrom Apr 7
Proud to represent and discuss elementary students’ EQAO math achievement.
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Mavreen Rose Tuvilla 🇵🇭 Apr 10
I shared part of my dissertation work at A question I was tasked to explore by the discussant (and by another scholar) was regarding the connection between translanguaging and multimodality. That's already in progress! Stay tuned!
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Dave Aldridge Apr 8
Look, it’s me. I’m not actually a triangle
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Dr. Khirsten L. Scott Apr 8
Gained so much from my first conference! The overflow of Blackness was so refreshing and REAL. kept me fed and offered a dynamic introduction to the meeting space.
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