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July 19, 2016 - (New York, NY) Reimagining Education: Teaching and Learning in Racially Diverse SchoolsPresenter.

Strategies for Racial Equity in Educational Technology: In efforts to advance a systemic framework of racial equity, the purpose of this workshop is to go beyond diversity discourses in the classroom and offer strategies for implementing a race explicit examination of practices throughout educational environments where technological tools and media are used for engagement and learning.

February 1-2, 2016 - (Las Vegas, NV.) Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference: Presenter.

Walk about school: A case study analyzing the walking interview using multimodal techniques: This paper examines techniques for analyzing data collected during a series of walking interviews in an urban neighborhood. It seeks to provide further perspectives on mapping and organizing data using both paper-based and digital techniques and by employing a variety of textual, visual, and audial modalities. I explore the potential benefits of employing multimodal techniques to analyze the walking interview based on four themes: interface capacity, cross-referencing, spatiality and temporality, and cost. I also discuss limitations of using these methods particularly when working with young people that are socially and economically marginalized and are subjected to multiple forms of surveillance.

February 26-27, 2016 - (University of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, PA) Ethnography in Education Research ForumPresenter.

Walk about school: Analyzing the walking interview using multimodal techniques: This paper examines techniques for analyzing data collected during a series of walking interviews in an urban neighborhood. It seeks to provide further perspectives on mapping and organizing data using both paper-based and digital techniques and by employing a variety of textual, visual, and audial modalities. I explore the potential benefits of employing multimodal techniques to analyze the walking interview based on four themes: interface capacity, cross-referencing, spatiality and temporality, and cost. I also discuss limitations of using these methods particularly when working with young people that are socially and economically marginalized and are subjected to multiple forms of surveillance.

April 1-2, 2016 - (University of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, PA) Screening Scholarship Media Festival: Panelist

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