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Pedagogy of Social Imagination in Language Learning/Teaching

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Publications

Publications:

Martínez-Álvarez, P. & Hubart, O. (2015). Multimodal system models in geomorphology with emergent bilinguals. Science and Children.  

Ghiso, M. P., & Martínez-Álvarez, P. (Proposal Accepted for Publication). Writing from and with community knowledge: First-grade emergent bilinguals’ engagements with technology-integrated curricula. In K. E. Pytash & R. E. Ferdig. Exploring Technology in Writing and Writing Instruction. IGI Global.

Conference Research Presentations:

Patricia Martínez-Álvarez; April, 2016

Expanding What Counts as Science with Bilingual Children Perceived as Having Disabilities. Accepted for the American Educational Research Association.

Patricia Martínez-Álvarez, Hansun Waring and Maria-Paul Ghiso; July, 2015

Expanding Science: Identity and Agenticity in a Hybrid Science/Language Multimodal Curriculum. Accepted for the International Pragmatics Conference.

Sharon Chang, Wen Shi, Margaret Woodman-Russell, Laura Pantin; March, 2015

Crossing Linguistic Borders and Becoming Teachers-Researchers: Spanish and Mandarin Bilingual Candidates Engage in Classroom-Based Inquiry. Accepted as presenter for the NYSABE.

Patricia Martínez-Álvarez; Oct, 2014

Place-based Learning Without Boundaries: Bilingual Children’s funds of Knowledge in Geoscience. Accepted as presenter for the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.

Patricia Martínez-Álvarez, Maria Torres-Guzmán, Guadalupe Ruíz-Fajardo; Sept, 2014

Pedagogy of Social Imagination in Language Learning/Teaching: Expansive Learning/Teaching. Accepted as presenter for the International Society for Cultural and Activity Research.

Carmen M. Martínez-Roldán, Ya-Ning Hsu, Elizabeth Clark, Elizabeth Ma, Elizabeth Vasallo, Xiaojun Xie; March, 2014

Bilingual Primary Children and Teacher Candidate’s Stories Supporting Expansive Learning in Chinese and Spanish Bilingual Classrooms. Accepted as presenter for the New York State Association of Bilingual Education.

María Paula Ghiso, Olga Hubard, Patricia Martínez-Álvarez, Carmen Martínez-Roldán, Maria Torres-Guzmán; Feb, 2014

Pedagogy of Social Imagination in Language Learning and Teaching (PSILLT): Arts, Multimodality, and Pedagogies of the Possible (Group Session: Practitioner Inquiry). Accepted as presenter for the 35th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum.

Maria Torres-Guzman, María Paula Ghiso, Patricia Martínez-Álvarez, Carmen Martinez-Roldan, November; 2013

The Pedagogy of Social Imagination in Language Learning. Accepted as presenter for the National Council of Teachers of English.

Ghiso, Maria Paula; Martinez Alvarez, Patricia; Wilder, Chloe; Dernikos, Bessie; Campano, Gerald; February 2013

Pictures as counter-narratives: First grade emergent bilinguals explore community resources through writing and technology. Accepted as presenter for the 34th Ethnography in Education Research Forum. University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA.

Ghiso, Maria Paula; Martinez Alvarez, Patricia; April 2013

Learning in the Laundromat: First grade emergent bilinguals document their families and communities through photography. Accepted as presenter for the 2013 American Educational Research Association Conference (AERA). San Francisco, CA.

Martinez Alvarez, Patricia; Ghiso, Maria Paula; April 2013

Language multiplicity and dynamism: Latino emergent bilinguals. Taking ownership of language use in a hybrid curricular space. Accepted as presenter for the 2013 AERA Conference. San Francisco, CA.

Martinez Alvarez, Patricia; Ghiso, Maria Paula; February 2013

Emergent bilinguals’ linguistic ownership in culturally engaged, technology enhanced curricula. Accepted as presenter at The National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE). Orlando, FL.

Ghiso, Maria Paula; Martinez Alvarez, Patricia; November 2012

Talking Multimodality: How children, youth, and teachers talk about multimodal literacies. Accepted for presenting a symposium at the Literacy Research Association Conference. San Diego, CA.