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Conference Presentations

I have presented my work at industry leading professional and academic organizations' conferences in the fields of education (AERA), educational technology (ACM), literacy (LRA), multicultural education (NAME),  disability studies (AUCD), and popular culture (Florida Supercon). My work has been awarded the highest honor (Best Paper: Full Paper Category) by the Association for Computing Machinery's Interaction Design and Children Conference. 

So many places, so many speeches

My work has been presented at the annual conferences of the American Educational Research Association, the Association for Computing Machinery's Interaction Design and Children, the Literacy Research Association, the National Association for Multicultural Education, and the Association of University Centers on Disabilities

American Educational Research Association's Annual Meeting

 

2024

  • Parent-student relationship development in a university independent living transition program for students with neurodevelopmental disabilities

  • Leveraging Linguistic and Cultural Frames for Social-Spatial Understandings with Transnational Youth

2023

  • Leveraging Transnational Funds of Knowledge for More Equitable Education for Multilingual Learners

  • Youth Spatial Storytelling Across Scales: Understanding Transnational Experiences in the Islita Libra Community Hyperlocal Context

  • Interrogating Dynamics of Language and Power in Visual Compositions

 

2022

  • “Then you go to Snap”: Adolescents’ collaborative literacy practices composing digital comics with augmented reality

2021

  • Demythologizing the Family Geobiography with Data Visualizations

  • Bi/multilingual Students Making Comics: Rigorous Engagement Beyond Novelty

 

2020

  • Multilingual Students' Literary Analyses via Transmediation Into Digital Comics.

Literacy Research Association’s Annual Conference

2023

  • Engaging Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Youth in Semiotic Analysis for Community-Based Inquiry

  • Approaches to Studying and Teaching Graphic Novels Study Group

  • Symposium: Visioning the Future of Digital Literacies: Intersections Between Theory, Research, and Practice

 

2022

  • Where is the Criticality?: Transnational Immigrant Youths’ Use of Digital Storytelling Tools

2021

  • Sequential graphic remix: adolescent ELLs interpreting and analyzing Traditional texts via transmediation to digital comics

National Association for Multicultural Education's Annual Conference

2022

  • Redesigning a Teacher Education Foundations Course at a Premier Urban Hispanic Serving Institution in the Context of a State Certification Process

 

2020

  • Leveraging Sequential Images: Identity, Representation, and Depth of Thought in Action through Digital Comics Creation

2019

  • The potential for publicly available large-scale data sets to create critical self-reflection spaces in family storytelling practices

Other Conferences

2024

  • Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education: Building the STEM Test Kitchen: Methods for Inclusive Parents in Community-Based Informal STEM Activities

2023

  • American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Conference: Translanguaging, Oral Histories, and Data Stories: Centering the Fluidity of Transnational Youths’ Identity Development

 

2022

  • National Council of Teachers of English Convention: Using Digital, Multiliteracies Tools to Support Place-Based Storytelling Within and Beyond Language Arts Classrooms

2019

  • Association for Computing Machinery's IDC conference: Intergenerational family storytelling and modeling with large-scale data sets

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