Every year in the month of April, and in rotating cities, the American Educational Research Association (AERA) holds its annual meeting. This year, thousands of researchers from the United States and around the world are gathered in San Diego to share their current work, exchange ideas, and discuss ongoing and possible collaborations.
Center colleagues will present on Monday, April 25th.
Symposium: Reconceptualizing and Improving the Education of Adolescent English Learners: An Ecological Approach Time & Location: 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m. (PT) / Manchester Grand Hyatt, Floor: 2nd Level, Harbor Tower, Harbor Ballroom H
Paper: Rethinking the Education of Adolescent English Learners From an Ecological Perspective Author: Aída Walqui (WestEd)
Paper: Pedagogical Decision Making in Implementing Secondary Mathematics Curriculum With English Learners Authors: Haiwen Chu (WestEd) and Leslie Hamburger (WestEd)
Paper: Equity and Quality for English Learners and All Other Students Authors: Mary Schmida (WestEd) and Lee Hartman (WestEd)
Paper: Reenvisioning the Role of Assessment Within an Ecology of Learning Authors: Margaret Heritage (Heritage Consulting), E. Caroline Wylie (ETS), and Molly Faulkner-Bond (WestEd)
Paper: Prevalence and Characteristics of Co-Teaching and Collaboration for Secondary English Learners: A National Survey Authors: Amanda Kibler (Oregon State University) and Martha Castellón Palacios (WestEd)
Paper: Malleable Levers to Improve Secondary English Learners’ Access to English Language Arts and Math: A Statewide Examination Authors: Ilana Umansky (University of Oregon), Karen Thompson (Oregon State University), and Li Cai (University of California, Los Angeles)