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  • Gabriela T. Richard

Presenting several current projects at AERA 2019

Updated: Mar 28, 2019

This year will be quite a productive American Educational Research Annual Meeting for me. There will be several activities as a 2018 NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral fellow, including a reception and a session where all of the fellows feature some of their fellowship projects. I am also presenting one of my fellow projects as part of an invited structured poster session for researchers who have done notable research on e-textiles organized by Yasmin Kafai and Gayithri Jayathirtha. Two of my students will be leading a poster presentation, which I am supervising, on one of our recent bidirectionally responsive design workshops with linguistically diverse and majority Latinx youth. Finally, I also will have the pleasure of chairing a paper session and a roundtable session on technologies and informal learning research. Here are some of the sessions and dates:

(1) "Watch and Learn: A Preliminary Analysis of Livestreaming as a Site for Learning, Teaching and Cultural Engagement"(Author: Gabriela T. Richard) in the Excellence in Education Research: Early Career Scholars and Their Work Session (Fri, April 5, 4:20 to 5:50pm)

(2) "Extensible E-Textiles: Engaging Learners in Complex Systems Design Through Physically and Digitally Responsive Crafting”(Author: Gabriela T. Richard) in the Interactive Stitch Sampler of Equitable Learning and Teaching With E-Textiles in K–12 Education Structured Poster Session (Sat, April 6, 2:15 to 3:45pm)

(3) "Code-Switching With Code: Exploring Bilingual Latinx High School Students' Making, Coding, and E-Crafting" in the Informal Learning Environments Research Poster Session

Authors: Robert William Ashley, Nakisha Whittington & Gabriela T. Richard (Tue, April 9, 12:20 to 1:50pm)

(4) Technologies to Construct Knowledge Paper Session (Chair), Sun, April 7, 9:55 to 11:25am

(5) Internal Practices and Professional Development Within Informal Learning Environments Roundtable (Chair), Mon, April 8, 8:00 to 9:30am

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