13th Annual Curriculum & Pedagogy National Conference
Dr. Laura Jewett, Assistant Professor, in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Innovation just returned from accompanying five stellar, Cohort 5 Doctoral students who presented papers at the 13th Annual Curriculum & Pedagogy National Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. These presentations were well attended and received.
Below is the list of our doctoral presenters and their paper titles:
• Edith Trevino:
A Curriculum of Border Violence, and the Loss of Place, Loss of Self
• Anna M. Meyerpeter-Newman:
Subtractive Curriculum: A Critical Look at the STAAR Test
• Luz Zuniga:
Displacement on the border: A Curriculum of Violence, Implications for Practice
• Daniel Ricardo Aguilar Jr:
Tattoos of a Mexican-U.S. Border region: Liberating Hidden Curriculum as Public
Pedagogy to understand Power and Privilege
• Rene Zuniga:
Effects of Digital Divide on the Curriculum and Accessibility of Online Resources
for Hispanic College Students
Additionally, Ms. Luz Zuniga was elected to serve a three year term on the Guiding Council of the Curriculum and Pedagogy Group, a national organization of curriculum scholars. We are confident that she will represent our institution and our college well.