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Morning Friday Keynote (8:30-9:45) Logan Hall, Room G-17: Methodological Challenges and Opportunities of Engaging Public Policy and Debate: Making Visible the Logic of Inquiry in Ethnographic Research in Education Welcome: Andrew Porter, Dean, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania Convenor: Nancy H. Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania Introduction: Diana Slaughter-Defoe, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Carol D. Lee, Northwestern University Friday A Sessions (10:00-11:15 am) GSE Room 121: Film and Video in Anti-Racist Education Filmmaking as Identity Exploration: A Multimodal Analysis of Youth-Produced Films Presenter: Erica Halverson, University of Wisconsin-Madison Reel Dialogues: Using Film to Discuss Race and Whiteness with Teachers Presenter: Joseph E Flynn, Northern Illinois University Teaching White Privilege through Film Presenter: Ali Sibley Michael, University of Pennsylvania GSE Room 203: New Initiatives in Ethnographic Research with English Language Learners: Penn-King's Collaborations (Group Presentation) Convenor: Nancy H. Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania Chair: Susan L. Lytle, University of Pennsylvania Chair and Presenter: Brian Street, King's College Presenter: Constant Leung, King's College Discussant: Betsy Ruth Rymes, University of Pennsylvania GSE Room 300: Rochester Childrens Zone Ethnography:Understanding School/Community Relationships in an Urban Change Initiative (Group Presentation) Presenter: Nancy Ares, University of Rochester Presenter: Joanne Larson, University of Rochester Presenter: Kevin O'Connor, University of Rochester Discussant: Carlisle Jana, Rochester City School District 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 1 Friday A Sessions (10:00-11:15 am) continued GSE Room 322: "Hanging Around" in Millennial Schools: Challenges and Successes in Doing Ethnographic Work with Adolescent English Language Learners in the Age of NCLB (Group Presentation) Discussant: Jon Wagner, University of California-Davis "For me it's an honor": Opportunities to use English In, Outside, and Beyond High School Presenter: Kimberly Ferrario, University of California -Davis Doing Digital Ethnography: Using MySpace, IM, and Email to Study Adolescent Immigrant Children's Social Use of English Presenter: Melissa Salazar, University of California -Davis Solidarity & Acompaamiento in the Borderlands: The Poetic Struggle for Socially Just Ethnography with Fellow Migrants Presenter: Enrique Sepulveda, Saint Joseph College Looking for Literacy: Teaching Adolescent English Learners the Genres of Schooling Presenter: Brenda Jean Rinard, University of California -Davis GSE Room 400: Advances in Multicultural Education Critical Multiculturalism from Below: Changing Meanings of Difference amongst Young New Yorkers. Presenter: Maria Kromidas, Teachers College, Columbia University Pennsylvania's Native Americans in the PA K-12 Curriculum Presenter: Andrea T. Frantz, Arizona State University Presenter: David J Minderhout, Bloomsburg University GSE Room 427: Analyzing Underachievement in Policy and Practice: Ethnographic Research and Educational Reform in Brazil (Group Presentation) Between Streets and Schools: An Ethnographic Investigation of Formal Education, Citizenship and Young Peoples Identity Presenter: Cleonice Puggian, University of Cambridge Education and Technology in Impoverished Communities: A Clash Between Public Policy and Students Views on Learning Presenter: Helena Amaral Fontoura, Rio de Janeiro State University Presenter: Lucia de Mello Mouro, State University of Rio de Janeiro Progression Class: An Educational Policy to Overcome or to Promote Underachievement? Presenter: Tatiana Bezerra Fagundes, Rio de Janeiro State University Presenter: Suziane Santana Vasconcellos, Rio de Janeiro State University Solving Yesterday's Problems: Continuity in Brazilian Education Presenter: Nicole Claire Reed, Cambridge University Taking a Close Look at Pedagogical Practices in a Local Public School: A Visual Ethnography about Control Presenter: Paula Almeida Castro, Rio de Janeiro State University Presenter: Carlos Henrique Gonalves, NetEdu -Ncleo de Etnografia em Educao What Counts as Achievement in Brazilian Educational Policy? Twenty Years of Ethnographic Research on School Failure Presenter: Carmen Lcia Guimares de Mattos, Rio de Janeiro State University 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 2 Friday B Sessions (11:30 am -12:45 pm) GSE Room 007: Peer Culture and Play To Play or Not to Play: A Cultural Comparison of the Model of "Learning through Play" and its Relation to Parents' Interactions with their Children Presenter: Allison DiBianca, University of Chicago Using Ethnography to Uncover Emotional Themes in Childrens Peer Culture Presenter: Samara Dawn Madrid, Northern Illinios University You Can't Play But I Need You Presenter: So Hyun Han, University of Delaware GSE Room 121: The Phenomenology of Learning: Understanding How Learning Happens across Place and Time (Group Presentation) Frameworks for Examining Out-of School Learning Presenter: Bronwyn Bevan, Exploratorium From Home to School: Lost Mathematical Innovation Presenter: Kara Jones Jackson, Vanderbilt University Language and Culture In Preparing To Teach Mathematics: Latina/o Prospective Teachers in a Non-Traditional Field Experience Presenter: Eugenia Vomvoridi-Ivanovic, University of Illinois-Chicago Setting Structure and Youth Engagement with Mathematics in Out-of-school Youth Development Programs Presenter: John Baker, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Janine Remillard, University of Pennsylvania The Development of Everyday Expertise: How Children and Families Learn Science and Technology across Social Settings and Pursuits Presenter: Philip Bell, University of Washington GSE Room 203: Patrick and Learning Denied: A Twenty Year Retrospective Re-Analysis and Re-Interpretation of the Ethnographic Research Data (Group Presentation) Discussant: Bobbie Kabuto, Queens College, City University of New York Learning to Read as a Complex Traumatic Experience: A Re-Analysis of the Ethnographic Data Using Research on Cultural and Psychological Trauma Presenter: Denny Taylor, Hofstra University Problems and Pseudo-problems in Patricks Early Literacy Development: A Socio-Psycho Linguistic Re-Analysis of the Ethnographic Data Presenter: Alan Flurkey, Hofstra University 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 3 Friday B Sessions (11:30 am -12:45 pm) continued GSE Room 300: Cultural Identity and Achievement in Public Education Anatomy of a Bricoleur: The Cultural-Ecological Contexts of Black Student Success at an Affluent, Predominantly White Suburban School Presenter: Garrett Albert Duncan, Washington University in St. Louis Assembling the "Good" Student: The Cultural Production of Student Identity in the Time of High Stakes Testing Presenter: Erica Misako Boas, University of California at Berkeley Multiple Ways of Reading by Urban Adolescents of Color: Negotiating Tensions around Classroom Identity and Performance Presenter: Grace Enriquez, Columbia University GSE Room 322: Bilinguals and Children of Immigrants in their Home, School, and Community Transition from English Learners to English speakers: Ethnography of Intensive ESL Students from Korea Presenter: Julia Juyeon Lee, Rutgers University College-Choice Process for First-and Second-Generation Asian American Students Enrolled at an Elite University Presenter: Jessica K Kim, University of Pennsylvania Developing Biliteracy and a Bicultural Identity within Diverse Family Structures Presenter: Vicky Macleroy Obied, Goldsmiths, University of London GSE Room 400: Language, Literacy and Life Skills Practices in Young Children Bilingualism in Early Childhood in the United States Presenter: M. Victoria Rodriguez, Lehman College, City University of New York Learning for Survival, Learning for Self: Mentoring To Transition Romanian Orphans Presenter: Amy Luck, Indiana University--Bloomington Literacy as Social and Cultural Practice in an Urban Community: Self, Solidarity and Status. Presenter: Clare Kelly, Goldsmiths, University of London GSE Room 427: Beyond the Bowl: Representation, Access, and Advocacy in Literacy Education (Group Presentation) Considering What Counts for Pre-Service Science Teachers Presenter: Kelly Martine Merritt, Michigan State University Facilitating Failure: An Analysis of Skateboarding, Schooling, and Success Presenter: Robert Anthony Petrone, Michigan State University Spotting Foolbirds: Official Literacies and the Literate Selves of Urban Middle Schoolers Presenter: Denise Kay Ives, Michigan State University Wait! I Can Use That in My Curriculum? Using Popular Culture in Secondary English Presenter: Kathryn Anne Schoon-Tanis, Michigan State University 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 4 Friday Brown Bag Session (1:15 -2:15 pm) GSE Room 203: Going Public with Ethnographic Findings Panelist: Jolley Bruce Christman, Research for Action Panelist: Eva Gold, Research for Action Panelist: John Jackson, University of Pennsylvania Moderator: Kathleen Hall, University of Pennsylvania Friday Data Analysis Session I: (2:30-4:30 pm) GSE Room 200: Data Analysis Session 1 Data Consultants Nancy H. Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania Stanton Wortham, University of Pennsylvania Betsy Ruth Rymes, University of Pennsylvania Dialogic Surprises in Student Participation Presenter: Katherine S. Von Duyke, University of Delaware First Grade Students and Participatory Research: Making Sense of Their Analyses Presenter: Rebecca Akin, Oakland Unified School District/Stanford University In Search of Possibilities: Examining Independent Work in a Third Grade Literacy Classroom Presenter: Stavroula Kontovourki, Teachers College, Columbia University What Counts as Learning in a Two-Way Immersion Classroom? Presenter: Elaine Shenk, St. Joseph's University Friday Data Analysis Session II: (4:45-6:45 pm) GSE Room 200: Data Analysis Session 2 Data Consultants Frederick Erickson, University of California at Los Angeles Kris Gutierrez, University of California at Los Angeles Jeffrey Shultz, Arcadia University "Is That What Youre Saying?": An Investigation into How a Teacher Attends to a Student's Idea. Presenter: Matty Lau, University of Maryland "Teacher Act": A First Year Urban Teachers Shifting Narrative of Self and Professional Identity in Response to Support and Feedback Received during Critical Incidents in the Classroom Presenter: Kira J. Baker-Doyle, University of Pennsylyvania Presenter: Mark Day, School District of Philadelphia Building Mathematics Identities and Exemplary Practices: An African American Female Teachers Truth Presenter: Della R. Leavitt, University of Illinois at Chicago The Familial, Academic, and Social Lives of African-American Boys: An Ethnographic Study Presenter: Lionel Howard, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Presenter: Jason Rose, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 5 Friday C Sessions (2:30 -3:45 pm) GSE Room 007: Sueos y Consejos (Dreams and advice): Ethnographies of Latina Motherhood and Education in Chicago (Group Presentation) A Latina's Battle for Educational Justice: Carmela, an Immigrant Mother Presenter: Ana Colomb, Northern Illinois University Beyond 'School' Versus 'Street': The Role of Community and Family Narratives in the Education and Development of Puerto Rican/Latina Mothers Presenter: Laura Ruth Johnson, Northern Illinois University Carrying Mexican Parenting Beliefs Across Borders Presenter: Chris Liska Carger, Northern Illinois University GSE Room 114: Diverse Approaches to Ethnographic Research Methodology I An Expert in Novices Clothing: Designed Participant Observation in Middle School Mathematics Presenter: Charles Munter, Vanderbilt University Presenter: Paul J Weinberg, Vanderbilt University Reaching out by Reading in: Psychoanalytic Autoethnography as an Ethical Pedagogy Presenter: Colette A. Granger, York University GSE Room 120: Placing Knowledge: Perspectives on How and Where We Learn (Group Presentation) Presenter: Jennifer L. Cohen, DePaul University Presenter: Joseph Bennett Gardner, DePaul University Presenter: Annie Knepler, University of Illinois, Chicago Presenter: Therese Quinn, School of the Art Institute--Chicago Presenter: Katie Van Sluys, DePaul University GSE Room 121: Attitudes, Agency and Language Learning Locating Agency in the Language Classroom Presenter: Leo A.W. van Lier, Monterey Institute of International Studies Teachers Negotiation of Language Policies and Standards to Teach Writing to Speakers of African American Vernacular English in an Urban Primary School Presenter: Kirsten Dara Hill, University of Michigan-Dearborn The Language Beliefs and Practice of Teachers in Multilingual Preschool Classrooms Presenter: Edmond Patrick Bowers, Boston College GSE Room 203: Using Ethnographic Findings and Methods in the Design of a Personally Relevant Science Curriculum: A University-Practitioner Partnership (Group Presentation) Discussant: Shelley V. Goldman, Stanford University Presenter: Patricia Koeller, Maple Elementary School Documenting the Cultural Foundations of Childrens Everyday Expertise in Science and Health Presenter: Philip Bell, University of Washington Micros and Me: Applying Ethnographic Data to the Design of a Personally Consequential Science and Health Curriculum Presenter: Carrie Teh-li Tzou, University of Washington Reflections on Ethnography as a Generative Tool for Educational Action Presenter: Elyse Litvack, Maple Elementary School Understanding and Supporting Childrens Learning Pathways in and out of School Presenter: Leah A. Bricker, University of Washington 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 6 Friday C Sessions (2:30 -3:45 pm) continued GSE Room 300: The Development of Learner Identity Learning Science in an Urban Suspension Center: The Development of a Science Learner's Identity Presenter: Ed Lehner, College of Staten Island, City University of New York Learning to Write Qualitative Research: A Comparative Case Study of Native-English-Speaking and Nonnative-English-Speaking Students Presenter: Fei Wang, State University of New York at Buffalo Technology, Writing, and Resistance Among Recent Immigrants At University High School Presenter: Mathangi Subramanian, Columbia University GSE Room 322: Pathways to Biliteracy De Facto Bilingual Education among Palestinians in Israel: Can Two be Too Many? Presenter: Uri Horesh, The University of Texas at Austin From Policy to Practice: The Impact of Language Education Policy on the Language Socialization Process in a Bilingual After School Program Presenter: Ariana Mangual, University of California, Berkeley Multiple Pathways to Become a "Full-Biliterate": An Ethnographic Case Study Presenter: YeonSun Ellie Ro, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign GSE Room 400: Language and Math in An After School Mathematics Club: Challenging Paradigms of Learning and Learners (Group Presentation) Presenter: Lena Khisty Presenter: Aria Razfar, University of Illinois at Chicago Presenter: Tal Sutton, University of Arizona Presenter: Maura Varley, University of Arizona Presenter: Gabriel Viego, University of Illinois at Chicago Presenter: Eugenia Vomvoridi, University of Illinois at Chicago Presenter: Craig Wiley, University of Illinois at Chicago GSE Room 427: Ethnographic Data for School Improvement: A Look at the Daily Work, Struggles, and Accomplishments of Small Schools (Group Presentation) Presenter: Lori M Chajet, Institute for Urban Education, The New School Presenter: Cheryl Jones-Walker, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Rosa L. Rivera-McCutchen, New York University Presenter: Jessica Shiller, New York University 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 7 Friday D Sessions (4:00 -5:15 pm) GSE Room 007: Linguistically Diverse Parents and Community Partnerships Connecting Worlds: Exploring Meaningful Connections and Cultural Models Using Photography in a Preschool Class Presenter: Martha Jean Strickland, Penn State, Capital College Cultural and Linguistic Alchemy: Mining the Resources of Spanish-Speaking Children and Families Receiving Early Intervention Services Presenter: Victoria Isabel Puig, Teachers College, Columbia University Navigating Change in Cultural Contact Zones: How Service Agencies, Schools and Mexican Immigrant Families Respond in One New Destinations Community Presenter: Sarah Beth Lipinoga, University of Pennsylvania GSE Room 008: No Learning of Any Child Should be Left Behind: Redefining Student Academic Achievement in the Age of the No Child Left Behind Act. (Group Presentation) Presenter: Andrew Habana Hafner, University of Massachusetts -Amherst Presenter: Marky Jean-Pierre, University of Massachusetts -Amherst Presenter: Pierre Wilbert Orelus, University of Massachusetts -Amherst Presenter: Juan Pablo-Ramirez, University of Massachusetts -Amherst Presenter: Romina Arisbel Pacheco, University of Massachusetts -Amherst Presenter: Jaime Ramirez, University of Massachusetts -Amherst GSE Room 114: Diverse Approaches to Ethnographic Research Methodology 2 Capturing Learning in Motion in a Digital Media Studies Classroom Presenter: Brandon Cabezas Presenter: Stephanie Anne Schmier, Teachers College, Columbia University Filling in the Blanks: Historical Ethnography of an Adult Literacy Campaign Presenter: Esther Schely-Newman, The Hebrew University; University of Pennsylvania Letting Go of Anticipation and Being Present: Why Hanging Out Should be Enough for IRB Presenter: Allison Anders, University of Tennessee Presenter: Joshua David Diem, University of Miami GSE Room 120: Schooling, Space, and Place: The Case for Integrating Spatial Analyses into the Education Research Paradigm (Group Presentation) Beyond the Concrete: The Place of Urban Environmental Educators in the Israeli Desert. Presenter: Miri Lavi Neeman, Geography Department, University of California - Berkeley Border Learning: How Youth Make Meaning Out of Segregation Presenter: Rebecca Alexander, Graduate School of Education, University of California -Berkeley Learning to Read in Public: A Study of Authorship and Meaning in Multilingual Shop Signs Presenter: David Malinowski Navigating the Educational Terrain of Urban America Presenter: Ingrid Yvonne Seyer-Ochi, Graduate School of Education, University of California Berkeley 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 8 Friday D Sessions (4:00 -5:15 pm) continued GSE Room 121: Multiethnic Encounters in Cyprus and Japan "Children at our School are Integrated. No One Sticks Out": Greek Cypriot Teachers Perceptions of Integration of Immigrant Children in Cyprus Presenter: Eleni Theodorou, University of Virginia Growing up Korean Japanese Women in Japan: Oral History Presenter: Kayoko Aoki, University of San Francisco GSE Room 203: Parent Perspectives and School-Community Partnerships Korean and Taiwanese Immigrant Parents' Perspectives of Preschool in the U.S Presenter: Tzu-Hui Chen, Arizona State University Presenter: Yoonhee Lee, Arizona State University The Social Construction of Teacher Reputation among Middle Class Parents Presenter: Elizabeth McGhee Hassrick, University of Chicago Understanding What Works in School-Community Partnerships Presenter: Mark A Earley, Bowling Green State University Presenter: Tiffany M Preston-Whitman, Bowling Green State University GSE Room 300: Negotiating Gender and Difference in School Creating Safe Space in Schools for LGBT Students: Strategies and Tactics Presenter: Susan Walker Woolley, University of California - Berkeley, Graduate School of Education Gender-Specific After-School Programming: African American Girls Speak and Hide Behind the Sun Sometimes Presenter: Diane C. Brown, Research for Action Writing (and Re-Writing) a Gendered Educational Life: Envisioning Possibilities for Teachers' Autobiographical Narratives Presenter: Jaime Lynn Quackenbush, Teachers College, Columbia University GSE Room 322: Issues in Second Language Curriculum Ideology, Curriculum and Learners Positions in Lesser Taught Languages Presenter: Cristina Ros i Sole, King's College, London, UK Second and Foreign Language Pedagogy Across the Curriculum-Theory and Practice Presenter: Tracey J Costley, King's College What Counts as Culture Learning in a Foreign Language Classroom: Student Perspectives Presenter: Erin Kearney, University of Pennsylvania 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 9 Friday D Sessions (4:00 -5:15 pm) continued GSE Room 400: Elusive Experiences: Teaching Issues of Diversity as Black Graduate Students (Group Presentation) Presenter: Janet Awokoya, University of Maryland College Park Presenter: Thurman Bridges, University of Maryland College Park Presenter: Simone Gibson, University of Maryland College Park GSE Room 427: Tools for (Small) High Schools and Non-Traditional Learners in Philadelphia Going Small: Teaching and Learning in Philadelphia's Small High Schools Presenter: Tracey Ann Hartmann, Research for Action Presenter: Rebecca Reumann-Moore, Research for Action Learning Connections Discussant: Dan Wagner, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Gina Arnone, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Emma Morgenstern, University of Pennsylvania Friday E Sessions (5:30 -6:45 pm) GSE Room 007: Parents Promoting Literacy "Quiero Estudiar!" Mexican Immigrant Mothers' Participation in their Children's Schooling--and Their Own Presenter: Alice "Ali" Miano, University of California, Berkeley A Participatory Action Research Study that Engages with Parents about Getting their Children Ready for School Every Day Presenter: Natalie Ann Zakarian, Lesley University Finding Meaning in Literacy: Life Histories of Literacy in a Multiracial Community Presenter: Kimberly W. Daniel-White, University of Pennsylvania GSE Room 008: Student and Teacher Interaction Classroom Assessment Conversations: The Dynamics of Teachers' Attention and Student Learning Presenter: Janet E. Coffey, University of Maryland Presenter: Xiaowei Tang, College of Education, University of Maryland Presenter: Dan Levin, University of Maryland How to Pour a Bottle of Water: Performance and Achievement at an Undergraduate Engineering Competition Presenter: Alex Posecznick, Teachers College, Columbia University Language Socialization in the Absence of Language and Society? A Case Study of One Foreign Language Classroom from Bakhtinian and Vygotskian Perspectives. Presenter: Natalia Yevgenyevna Collings, Central Michigan University 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 10 Friday E Sessions (5:30 -6:45 pm) continued GSE Room 114: Philosophical Questions in Education Enhancing Philosophy of Humanist Education through Ethnography Presenter: Tammy A. Shel, University of California-Los Angeles Guru or Teacher? Negotiating Appropriate Pedagogy in Hindustani Music Presenter: Aditi Sharad Deo, Indiana University Justly Teaching Justice: Youth Speak Back to Social Action-Oriented Practices Presenter: Debbie J. Sonu, Columbia University GSE Room 120: Room to Grow: Spaces of Alternative Education Colonial Spaces: Is There a Place for Learning? A Group of Latina Women Negotiate Social Spaces in Literacy Events Presenter: Randi Berlinger, University of Texas-PanAm Learning in the World of Skateboarding: Considering Proximity to Practice in a Participant-Driven Environment Presenter: Jasmine Yin-Ying Ma, Vanderbilt University Presenter: Charles Munter, Vanderbilt University Teaching through the Storm: Socialization and the Tranfser of Social Capital in a New Orleans Upward Bound Program Presenter: Adeyemi K. Stembridge, American University GSE Room 121: An Ethnographic, Reflexive Exploration of Preservice Teachers' Field Experiences Designed to Mediate Cultural Responsiveness (Group Presentation) Presenter: Margot Waddington Vagliardo, East Stroudsburg University Presenter: Janet Ferguson, East Stroudsburg University Presenter: Kelly Dries, East Stroudsburg University Presenter: Cassandra Macagney, East Stroudsburg University Presenter: Kellye Stevens, East Stroudsburg University Presenter: Kathryn Fretz, East Stroudsburg University Presenter: Meagan Melenchick, East Stroudsburg University GSE Room 200: Teachers as "Introspective Ethnographers": New Teachers Narratives of Learning to Teach (Group Presentation) Presenter: Connie Dawson Presenter: Angela DiRisio, Afton Elementary Presenter: Lisa Kemp, FACTS Charter School Presenter: Jennifer Kennelly, Covington Elementary Presenter: Sarah Klevan, University of Pennsylvania; William D. Kelley Elementary School Presenter: Scarlett McCahill, Kenderton Elementary School Presenter: Abby Pelcyger Presenter: Janet Williams, Tilden Middle School Discussant: Sharon M Ravitch, University of Pennsylvania Discussant: Katherine Schultz, University of Pennsylvania 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 11 Friday E Sessions (5:30 -6:45 pm) continued GSE Room 203: Mathematics Homework: Window on Perceptions and Interactions among Schools, Teachers, and Parents (Group Presentation) Moderator: Janine Remillard, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Brian Manning, Rutgers University Discussant: Suzanne Blanc, Research for Action Parents Self Perceptions and Math Homework Practices Presenter: Miguelina Rodriguez, Rutgers University Teacher Beliefs & Experiences and their Influence on Math Homework Practices Presenter: Jackie Flicker, University of Pennsylvania The Organizational Culture of Schools and Math Homework Practices Presenter: Emily Schnee, Rutgers University GSE Room 300: Arts Education, Cultural Maintenance and Social Justice Exploring Parallel Ways of Knowing and Expressing Knowledge: Yupik Music, Dance and Oral Storytelling Presenter: Theresa Arevgaq John, University of Alaska-Fairbanks Presenter: Joan Parker Webster, University of Alaska-Fairbanks Quality, Culture and Transformation: Experience in the Arts in Inner City Toronto Presenter: Esther Leung Tou, OISE -University of Toronto Some Implications of the Introduction of Art Socialization into the College: The Case of Jazz Music Presenter: Eitan Wilf, University of Chicago GSE Room 322: National, Religious, and Civic Identities in Schools Between the "Bandit" and the "Patriot": Citizenship Education and the Dialogics of Learning in Ukrainian Schools Presenter: Anna Fournier, Catholic University of America Civic Education During Wartime: A Comparative Case Study of Two Islamic School Teachers after September 11 Presenter: Amina UmAmir Tawasil, Stanford University Alumni/Columbia University Soy Mexicano, I Speak English: Learning English in a Mexican Private School Presenter: Danielle Saint-Onge, York University GSE Room 400: Instructional Methods for Higher Education Storming through it: How Students Understand Teamwork Presenter: Nicole Marie Cottrell, University of Maryland Support for Oral Communication Skills Development for International Graduate Students: An Ethnographic Case-Study Presenter: Jeong-Eun Kim, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Kyung-Ah Oh, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Jamie Lee Schissel, University of Pennsylvania Working Boundaries: From Student Resistance to Student Agency Presenter: Gwen Gorzelsky, Wayne State University 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 12 Friday E Sessions (5:30 -6:45 pm) continued GSE Room 427: Learning on "Lock-Down" Locally-Initiated Learning: Peer-Education Behind Prison Walls Presenter: Susan E Bickerstaff, University of Pennsylvania Using Themes and Tools of Geography to Understand Educational Contexts Presenter: Carol A. Marchel, Winthrop University Presenter: James E Young, Appalachian State University When Violence Goes to School: An Analysis of the Achievement Gap Interwoven With School and Community Violence and Implications for African American and Latino Males: From the mouths of babes. Presenter: York Williams, Lincoln University Friday Evening Reception (7:00 pm) Houston Hall, Golkin Room Friday Evening Keynote Address (8:00 pm) Houston Hall, Hall of Flags: Educational Field Stations: A Model for Improving Access to Higher Education Convenor: Nancy H. Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania Introduction: Katherine Schultz, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Hugh Mehan, University of California, San Diego 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 13 Saturday Morning Plenary Session (8:30-9:45 am) Houston Hall, Hall of Flags: A Tale of Two Practitioner Inquirers Convenor: Susan Lytle, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Steve Fishman, University of North Carolina, Charlotte Presenter: Lucille McCarthy, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Saturday A Sessions (10:00-11:15 am) GSE Room 007: Non-traditional Approaches to Teaching: Science through Hip-hop, Online Discussion Forums, and Drama for Social Change (Practitioner Research) Access to Science for Marginalized Groups through Hip Hop Culture and Cogenerative Dialogues Presenter: Christopher Emdin, Teachers College, Columbia University Augusto Boal, Feminist Pedagogy, and Practitioner Inquiry Presenter: Sarah Reed Hobson, University of Pennsylvania Issues in Digital Ethnography: Capturing Learning in Online Student Discussion Forums Presenter: Michelle Kowalsky, William Paterson University, NJ GSE Room 008: Making the Grade: Assessment and Curriculum Alignment of Cognitive Demand: Peruvian National Assessment, Mandated Curriculum, Teaching, and Textbook in Second Grade Math Presenter: Maria Teresa Moreno, Pontificia Universidad Catlica del Per What is a 'Document'?: Toward an Understanding of the Consumption Model of Contemporary Education Presenter: Christopher NYC Lawrence, Department of Education GSE Room 120: Moving Towards Our Goals: Descriptive Inquiry for School Change (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Jane Andrias, Long Island University, Brooklyn campus Presenter: Cecelia Elizabeth Traugh, Long Island University, Brooklyn campus Presenter: Jessica Trubek, Long Island University Discussant: Katherine Schultz, University of Pennsylvania GSE Room 121: Urban Fiction: Exploring the Underbelly of Adolescents Literary Lives (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Grace Enriquez, Columbia University Presenter: Brendon Mitchell, Teachers College, Columbia University Presenter: Maya Arielle Roth, Columbia University GSE Room 200: Disruptions in Mentoring: Using Practitioner Inquiry in an Effort to Understand Mentoring First Year Teach For America Teachers (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Shannon Houston Andrus, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Lynnette H Harris-Scott, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Shannon Kane, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Jessica K Kim, University of Pennsylvania 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 14 Saturday A Sessions (10:00-11:15 am) continued GSE Room 203: Listening through Documentation: Promoting Democratic Cultures among Preservice and Inservice Teachers (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Stephanie Cox Suarez, Wheelock College Presenter: Heather Porder, Wheelock College Presenter: Keriann McLaughlin, Wheelock College Presenter: David Fernie, Wheelock College Presenter: Lisa Fiore, Lesley University Presenter: Douglas Haynes, New England College Presenter: Susan Redditt, New England College GSE Room 300: Professional Development of Literacy Instructors Observations of Our Teaching: What Counts as Authentic Teaching and Learning. Presenter: Cinzia Forasiepi, Sonoma State University and University of San Francisco Presenter: MaryAnn Nickel, Sonoma State University Situated Enactments of Literacy Coaches: Negotiations of Identity, Power and Positioning Presenter: Kristin Nicole Rainville, Manhattanville College Taking Up and Taking Hold: Teachers Negotiating a Statewide Literacy Initiative Presenter: Maria Paula Ghiso, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Sharon Hoffman, University of Pennsylvania GSE Room 322: Teachers' Experience in Math Instruction Examining the Teaching Practice of Elementary Mathematics Teachers through a Community of Practice: Three Ethnographic Case Studies Presenter: Laura M. Gellert, City University of New York -Graduate Center Learning on the Job: The Experiences of Two Alternatively Certified Secondary Mathematics Teachers Presenter: Lynne Ellen Wekerle, New York University Mathematics Teachers as Agents of Change: Reflections on Teacher Identity, Social Justice and the Development of a Critical High School Mathematics Curricular Unit Presenter: Lidia Gonzalez, CUNY Graduate Center, NYC GSE Room 400: Auto-Ethnography and Autobiography as Ways of Knowing (Practitioner Research) An Auto-Ethnography: Critiquing my Pedagogical Practices within the Cultural Milieu of My Classroom Presenter: Morgan Camille Greene, Akron Public Schools Autobiography --Reading Aloud in My Mind Presenter: Heather J. Pinedo-Burns, Teachers College, Columbia University GSE Room 427: What Counts as Science in Everyday Settings? (Group Presentation) Presenter: Philip Bell, University of Washington Presenter: Bronwyn Bevan, Exploratorium Presenter: Molly Reisman, King's College Presenter: Heather Toomey Zimmerman, University of Washington 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 15 Saturday B Sessions (11:30 am -12:45 pm) GSE Room 007: Going Public: Collaborative Inquiry into Teaching (Practitioner Research) Collaborative Inquiry into First Years of Teaching: Going Public with Ongoing Practitioner Research Presenter: Amber Marie Bratton, Westchester Country Day School Presenter: Christopher Bishop Crowley, University of Wisconsin-Madison Collaborative Knowledge Production between Two High Schools: A Study of Race, Meaning and Riots Presenter: Helen Atkinson, University of Maryland Baltimore County Presenter: Dana Polson, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Using Ethnography as a Tool for Developing Cultural Competence Presenter: Francine Paula Peterman, Cleveland State University GSE Room 008: Grades and High-Stakes Testing Communities of Practice Learning from Data: Limitations and Illuminations Presenter: Roseann Hugh, Research for Action Presenter: Cecily Mitchell, Research for Action Preserving Child Centered Education in the Era of NCLB: A Case Study of One Schools Efforts Presenter: Leah Tatania Lembo, University of Delaware When Grades Talk about Inequality: An Ethnographic Study of Non-graded Schools in Argentina Presenter: Ana Padawer, Universidad de Buenos Aires GSE Room 114: Expanding Views of Literacy Learning: Ethnographic Research in Three Public School Settings (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Discussant: Denny Taylor, Hofstra University "I Wish Regular School Was Like This, Learning about Real Stuff and Other Thoughts from Students about What Counts as Learning Presenter: Amy Lee Hsu, The State University of New York, The College at Old Westbury Literacy Learning as Socialization: Engaging Parents in Conversations about Learning to Read Presenter: Bobbie Kabuto, Queens College, City University of New York The Use of Cultural and Political Vignettes in Elementary and Secondary Graduate Literacy Education Courses Presenter: Jacqueline Darvin, Queens College, The City University of New York GSE Room 120: Continuing to Learn in Urban Classrooms: Teach For America Second Year Teachers Explore Inquiry into Practice and the Practice of Inquiry (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Dina H. Portnoy, University of Pennsylvania; School District of Philadelphia Presenter: Bruce Bowers, Mastery Charter School Presenter: Susan Browne, Rowan University Presenter: Charlie Odom, Rhodes High School Presenter: Ayan Chatterjee, Bartram High School Presenter: Charlie Friedman, Vare Middle School Presenter: Mackenzie Moritz, Bartram High School Presenter: Janet Williams, Tilden Middle School Presenter: Katie Jenkins, Universal Charter School 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 16 Saturday B Sessions (11:30 am -12:45 pm) continued GSE Room 121: Going Public:Three K-6 Teachers Share Their First Teacher Research Projects (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Sue Howard, Avon Grove Charter School Presenter: Kelly Laffey, Methacton School District Presenter: Heather Leaman, West Chester University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Robert Schwartz, Upper Darby School District Presenter: Connie L. DiLucchio, West Chester University of Pennyslvania GSE Room 200: A Sustainable Solution: The Comprehensive Teacher-Researcher Model (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Vanessa Rodriguez, NYC Department of Education and New York University Presenter: Brooke Heiser, New York City Department of Education Discussant: Deborah Meier, New York University Discussant: Terrie Epstein, Hunter College, City University of New York Discussant: Nicholas Meier, California State University -Monterey Bay Discussant: Joel Westheimer, University of Ottawa GSE Room 203: Video Roundtable Discussions: What Counts as Math in Everyday Settings? (Group Presentation) Presenter: John Baker, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Aria Razfar, University of Illinois at Chicago Presenter: Janine Remillard, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Reed Stevens, University of Washington Presenter: Talliesin Sutton, University of Arizona GSE Room 300: Pre-Service Training for Urban and Global Perspectives Early Childhood Student Teacher Supervisors Wrestle with Culturally-based Ideology and Practice in Student Teaching Placements Presenter: Vicki Garavuso, City University of New York-City College Presenter: Gay Wilgus, City University of New York-City College Tapping Global Possibilities: Study Abroad and the Education of Teachers Presenter: Sarah Jewett, University of Delaware Presenter: Chrystalla Mouza, University of Delaware Teacher Education Does Not End at Graduation: The Critical Inquiry Project as a Strategy for Social Justice. Presenter: Bree Picower, New York University GSE Room 322: The Kelvyn Park High School Social Justice Academy: A Three Year Study of Social Justice Education in Practice (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Pauline Lipman, DePaul University Presenter: Maura Nugent, Kelvyn Park High School Presenter: Jesse Senechal, Kelvyn Park High School 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 17 Saturday B Sessions (11:30 am -12:45 pm) continued GSE Room 400: English Language Learners in Diverse Classrooms (Practitioner Research) Designing ELL Pedagogy in the Humanities: A High School-University Collaborative Action Research Project Presenter: Alex M Gurn, Boston College Presenter: Jocelyn Stanton, Boston International High School In Search of Equity: Challenges Faced by English Language Learners in the Mainstream Classroom Presenter: Edwin Miranda, Eastern University Presenter: Judy Ha, Eastern University Presenter: Erica Sharkey, Eastern University Presenter: Kathy-Ann C. Hernandez, Eastern University GSE Room 427: Case Studies of New York City Teaching Fellows: Individual and Collective Stories (Group Presentation) Presenter: Paula Fleshman, CUNY Graduate Center Presenter: Laura M. Gellert, City University of New York -Graduate Center Presenter: Lidia Gonzalez, CUNY Graduate Center, NYC Presenter: Shana Henry, CUNY Graduate Center Presenter: Sunita Vatuk, CUNY Graduate Center Presenter: Michael Meagher, Brooklyn College -CUNY Saturday Brown Bag Session (1:15 -2:15 pm) GSE Room 203: Brown Bag Discussion Presenter: Steve Fishman, University of North Carolina, Charlotte Presenter: Lucille McCarthy, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Saturday C Sessions (2:30 -3:45 pm) GSE Room 007: Shakespeare in the City: An Ethnography of an Urban Elementary School-Professional Theatre Group Partnership (Group Presentation) Presenter: Adina Bassin Appelbaum, Washington University in St. Louis Presenter: Aubrey Joy Edwards, Washington University in St. Louis Presenter: Ogechukwu Nwabuogo Ezeokoli, Washington University in St. Louis Presenter: Lisa Blair Goldsmith, Washington University in St. Louis Presenter: Kristin Elois Little, Washington University in St. Louis Presenter: Elie Thomas Thomas, Washington University in St. Louis Presenter: Whitney Renee Wade, Washington University in St. Louis Discussant: Garrett Albert Duncan, Washington University in St. Louis GSE Room 008: Graduate Teacher Education and Cultural Awareness (Practitioner Research) Active Voices of Cultural and Global Competence Presenter: Cheryl L. Beverly, James Madison University Presenter: George Font, James Madison University Awareness, Reflection and Action: A Universal Design Collaborative for Teacher Education Faculty Presenter: Karina Otoya Knapp, Bank Street College Presenter: Mary-Fran Brieling, San Jose State University Presenter: Michael Kimbarow, San Jose State University 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 18 Saturday C Sessions (2:30 -3:45 pm) continued GSE Room 114: "If it Ain't for Good then I Ain't Ridin'": Hip-hop in the Afternoon (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Stephanie Coats, Young Scholars Charter School Presenter: Paul Dunnaville Presenter: Khadydra Hazzard, Young Scholars Charter School Presenter: Kyra McFadden, Young Scholars Charter School Presenter: Jim Wells Presenter: Philip J Campbell, University of Pennsylvania GSE Room 120: "I Never Wanted to Be a Teacher": Portraits of Teachers Learning to Teach through Teach for America (Group Presentation) Presenter: Shannon Houston Andrus, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Katy Crawford-Garrett, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Heather Curl, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Jessica K Kim, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Sarah Klevan, University of Pennsylvania; William D. Kelley Elementary School Presenter: Tanya Maloney, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Chike McLoyd, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Ali Michael, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Rachel Throop, University of Pennsylvania Discussant: Katherine Schultz, University of Pennsylvania GSE Room 121: Writing the World: The Birth and Growth of a Writing Fellows Program at an Urban Charter High School (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Stacey Lee Carlough, Freire Charter School Presenter: Ted Matthew Domers, Freire Charter School Presenter: Kelly C. Davenport, Freire Charter School GSE Room 200: Representing Changes in Mathematics Teaching Practice through Web Technology (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Presenter: Anna Maria Alba, Penn Alexander School Presenter: Caroline Ebby, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Michael Lowe, Penn Alexander School Presenter: Maryanne Milewski-Moskal, Penn Alexander School Presenter: Maria Ottinger, School District of Philadelphia Presenter: Penny Silver, Penn Alexander School GSE Room 203: Inquiries into Leadership: Learning What Matters (Practitioner Research, Group Presentation) Moderator: Susan L. Lytle, University of Pennsylvania Moderator: Sharon M Ravitch, University of Pennsylvania Presenter: Priscilla Dawson, Upsilon Educational Services Presenter: Amy Maisterra, School District of Philadelphia Presenter: S. Anne Roderiguez, Villa Maria Academy Presenter: Delvin Dinkins, Valley Forge Elementary School, Tredyffrin-Eastown School District Discussant: Mike Johanek, University of Pennsylvania 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 19 Saturday C Sessions (2:30 -3:45 pm) continued GSE Room 300: What Counts as Knowledge and Learning in Pre-Service Teacher Education? Foreign Teacher in American Classrooms: Surviving the First Year Presenter: Chen-Ling Chang, Pennsylvania State University What Counts as Learning? The Power of Reflective Thinking in a University Field-Based Course Presenter: Donna R Sanderson, West Chester University When They're Not Sure They Want to Hear What You Have To Say: Going Public with Ethnographic Research in Higher Education Settings Presenter: Suzanne Scheld, California State University, Northridge Presenter: Christina Low von Mayrhauser, California State University, Northridge GSE Room 322: Adolescents and the Culture of Teaching and Learning (Practitioner Research) Classroom Culture: Sonic Presenter: Allen D. Cross, Wingra School, Inc. Madison WI Presenter: Mary R. Klehr, Midvale-Lincoln Elementary School/UW-Madison Ethnographic Study Reveals Factors Beyond Smallness that Contribute to Students Success in a Small Charter High School. Presenter: Comfort Muyang Ateh, University of California Davis The Dancing of an Attitude: Ethnographic Research and Writing with High School Students in a Global Setting Presenter: Allison Perry Holsten, State Department/American International School of Bamako GSE Room 400: Race, the Self and the Classroom Learning to Teach in Urban High Schools: The Salience of Race and Other Cultural Identities for Middle-Class African-American Teacher Candidates Presenter: Shih-Pei Chang, Michigan State University Presenter: John Lockhart, Michigan State University Pop Culture Texts in Classroom Use: How Teachers and Students Negotiate Their Selves through Words, Gesture, and Dress Presenter: Elisabeth Johnson, Columbia University Stewards of the Movement: Examining the Motivations, Beliefs, and Persistence of Post Civil Rights Era African-American Male Teachers in Urban Schools. Presenter: Bridges LeVar Thurman, University of Maryland, College Park GSE Room 427: Teacher Research and Practice in a High-Stakes Environment Enacting and Narrating "The Plan": Student-Teacher Teaching Practice in a Testing and Accountability Environment Presenter: Brian Girard, University of Michigan Learning to Do Teacher Research in Urban Classrooms Presenter: Alexandra Miletta, The City College of New York Teacher Learning through Research Presenter: Derin Atay, Marmara University 29th Ethnography Forum Schedule 20 Saturday D Sessions (4:00 -5:15 pm) GSE Room 007: International Experiences in Teaching Global Commodities in a Local School: Mexico's Tele-Secundaria and Education Technology Presenter: Evan Scott Rubin, San Diego State University Quantifying Confusion: Toward a Typology of Literacy and Speech Acts for Analysis of Classroom Interaction and Participant Structures in Low-Literate Environments Presenter: Martha Wagar Wright, GSE Teaching with the Diagnostic Teaching Project in Tanzania Presenter: Peter McDermott, The Sage Colleges GSE Room 008: Explorations of Ethnic Identity in Pre-service and In-Service Teachers "Sometimes, I Think it Would be Nice if I Could be a Human Chameleon": Understanding how White Teacher Candidates Negotiate Race and Class in Urban High Schools Presenter: Dorothea Anagnostopoulos, Michigan State University Presenter: Shih-Pei Chang, Michigan State University Becoming a Teacher: Identity Development in the Context of Field-based Curriculum Methods Courses Presenter: Diane E. Lang, Manhattanville College Presenter: Christina Siry, Manhattanville College Exploring South Asian Identity: The Role Identity Plays in Entering and Leaving a Career in Teaching Presenter: Amita Roy Shah, Teachers College, Columbia University GSE Room 114: Student Interaction and Communication in Elementary School Communicating Beyond Mad, Glad, and Sad: Language Socialization and the Poetics of Emotional Expression at an Elementary School Presenter: Anna G. Shin, University of California, Los Angeles Learning Ecology of a Polyphonic Classroom Presenter: Maria A. Candela, Presenter: So Hyun ...