I’ve embedded my slides for my AERA presentation, “Can You Hear Me Now?: Student Voice in the Battle For Cell Phone Use in a Less Than Receptive School” below. I’ve reused some of these slides for various presentations at this point and I feel ready to retire most of this for something newer on the next go around.
I will make the paper that Rema Reynolds and I have authored for our presentation, “Hip-Hop ‘Hypocrisy’: New Teacher Perceptions of Critical Pedagogy and Student Experiences in ‘Critical’ Classrooms” available here soon.
Also, I wanted to share a couple of pep talks from the Council of Youth Research below. The first is from Manual Arts High School senior, Gaby Dominguez and the second from UCLA Education Professor Ernest Morrell. Enjoy.
Gaby Dominguez Gives A Pep Talk from Antero Garcia on Vimeo.
Ernest Morrell Speaks to the Council of Youth Research from Antero Garcia on Vimeo.
You should have a like button for your posts. Or an unlike, because sometimes I unlike them, but this is not one of those times.
Council of Youth Research = Awesome. I hope you filmed the kids actually presenting. I’d love to see that.