Learning Showcase

 

SJSU Lurie College of Education Learning Showcase

SJSU Lurie College of Education students, alumni, faculty, staff, partners, friends, and family are invited to attend the inaugural Learning Showcase!


This event will highlight Lurie College undergraduate, graduate, credential, and doctoral students' academic accomplishments from the Fall 2019 semester while they're on their journeys to becoming transformative educators, counselors, therapists, school and community leaders.  This event will also provide attendees with an understanding of how Lurie College is community engaged, interdisciplinary, culturally sustaining, and holistic.

 

Fall 2019 Learning Showcase Details

4:00-5:30pm: Presentation panels from numerous academic departments

 

  • A retreat for individuals with aphasia: A proposed approach to social therapy emphasizing community engaged goal setting and research - SH 120
    • Faculty: Lyle Lustigman
    • Presenter: Michelle Ballou

 

  • Colorism - SH 211
    • Faculty: Marcella McCollum
    • Presenter: Avneet Sandhu

 

  • EDCO289 Seminar: Advising Idol - A Friendly Video Competition to Support Student Success - SH 231
    • Faculty: Jason Laker
    • Presenters:
      • Team 1: Briettny Curtner, Rosario Gutierrez, Chandler Jones, Flavio Rosales, Katie Young
      • Team 2: Ruby Carrillo, Simony Politron, Acela Reyes, Dennise Vazquez
      • Team 3: Roberto Alcazar, Franco Avila, Ziada Keflezighi, Ryan Ploch-Branscum, Jose Rodriguez
      • Team 4: Ana Duenas, Andrea Lopez, Tuongvan Nguyen, Jonathan Nicolas, Jasmine Phan
      • Team 5: Danya Alsharif, Estela Garcia, Renee Russo, Maria Villalobos
        Anthony Zelaya-Umanzor
  • Interactive conversation and story-telling in preschool years - SH 120
    • Faculty: Lyle Lustigman
    • Presenters: Kyah Cobb and Kelli Sexton

 

  • Language development in the preschool years - SH 120
    • Faculty: Lyle Lustigman
    • Presenters: Isabel Sawyer and Rosalinda Vargas

 

  • Starting and Sustaining an Aphasia Rehabilitation Program at a University Clinic - SH 120
    • Faculty: Nidhi Mahendra
    • Presenters: Jessica Brym, Tiffany Park, and Ashlyn Tadokoro

 

  • Voice Care Workshop for Educational Professionals + Mini Clinic for Voice Screening - SH 211 & 212
    • Faculty: Pei-Tzu Tsai
    • Presenters: Chelsea Andreatta, Sandy Hemprich, and Lexie Li

 


4:00-4:40pm: TED MA Colloqium Plenary - SH 100

  • Veronica Galvan - Writer’s Workshop in a Third Through Fifth Grade Special Education Classroom
  • Ashwin Kumar - Learning and Healing: Teaching Amidst Trauma

 

SJSU Lurie College of Education Teacher Education Department Colloquim


4:30-6:15pm: Poster Presentations and Other Stations

 

  • Aphasia Book Clubs: Providing cognitive-linguistic stimulation and social engagement for stroke survivors - SH 120
    • Faculty: Nidhi Mahendra
    • Presenters:Alexis Ansolabehere, Danielle Holman, Grace Shefcik, Kelty Wickham

 

  • ChAD 60 Posters and Signature Projects: The First Two Years - 2nd floor, North Hallway
    • Presenter: Alysha Kirk

 

  • ChAD 151 Posters and Signature Projects: The Fellowship of the Ring - Grade 6; Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli - Grade 5; The Giver by Lois Lowry - Grade 5 - 2nd floor, North hallway
    • Faculty: Emily Slusser
    • Presenters: Lyndon Charnley, Phuong Pham, and Angela Wu

 

  • ChAD 152 Posters and Signature Projects: Term Project - 2nd floor, North hallway
    • Faculty: Emily Slusser
    • Presenters: Jasmin Aliifua, Catelin Khayatan, Terri Trevarthen

 

  • ChAD 170 Flyers: Contextual Influences on Cognitive Development - 2nd floor, North hallway
    • Faculty: Rayna Friendly
    • Presenters: Yessenia Armas, Nataly Sanchez, Sayra Sanchez

 

  • Understanding Teacher-Child Interactions in Early Care Settings - 2nd floor, North hallway
    • Faculty: Sylvia Branca
    • Presenter: Melody Mann

 

  • Ed.D Film Making as a Research Method - SH 213
    • Faculty: Robert Gliner
    • Presenters: Radha Aravamudhan, Travis Beecher, Analiza Filion

 

  • EDCO 287: Designing Comprehensive School Counseling Programs - SH 240
    • Faculty: Xiaolu Hu
    • Presenters:
      • Fort Bragg Middle School: Anna Esquivel, Lucas Gutierrez, Claudia Montes, Betty Sustaita-Duran
      • Lakeview Middle School: Ruby Carrillo, Betty Munoz, Simony Politron, Acela Reyes
      • Willow Glen High School: Samantha Davis, Daniel Klein, Elizabeth Valencia, Dennise Vazquez
      • Moreland Middle School: Kacie Barr, Carla Magallon, Jasmine Phan, Aridai Tapia, Steffanie Torres, Fizza Wazi
      • Ann Sobrato High School: Roberto Hernandez, Chi Nguyen, Doan Phan, Blanca Thun
      • Anzar High School: Guadalupe Aceves, Brooke Duran, Jessamyne Saenz, Juan De Santiago

 

  • EDSE 224: Lesson Plan Gallery Walk - SH 230
    • Faculty: Saili Kulkarni
    • Presenters:
      • Features and Types of Quadrilaterals - Nicole Banta
      • Graphing (Ice Cream Bar Graph) - Chelsea Carner
      • Identifying characters, setting, and events - Summer Faso
      • Analyzing plot & theme of short stories - Stacy Fernandez
      • The Hate U Give Diction, Connotation and Denotation - Leo Flores
      • Compare & Contrast - Laura Hernandez
      • Equivalent fractions & simplifying fractions - Britta Hofmann
      • A-Z Letter Sounds & Recognition - Nicola Holdman
      • Market Math (decimal addition,subtraction) - Subba lakshmi M
      • Adjectives and Adverbs - Gina Marchana
      • Create Your Own Animal - Veronica Minor
      • Reading Instruction: Compare/Contrast Characters, Check Comprehension, Vocab Sort - Justin Orozco
      • Graphic Novels “Book Report” - Rennea Phillips
      • Describing the Main Character - Naromy Ramirez
      • Finding Main Idea - Erica Sparr
      • Choose Kindness: Key Ideas & Details - Eglentina Vasquez
      • Imperialism in India, “By Any Other Name” - Andres Vilaubi

 

  • Investigating the feasibility of telerehabilitation for a client with primary progressive aphasia (PPA) - SH 120
    • Faculty: Nidhi Mahendra
    • Presenter: Ashlyn Tadokoro

 

  • MA Project Proposal Poster Session - 2nd floor, South hallway
    • Faculty: Andrea Golloher
    • Presenters:
      • Promoting participation in shared book reading for preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder - Surisa Abraham
      • Teacher perceptions of working with students with emotional disturbance - Kyle Addison
      • Teacher perception of co-teaching - Monica Ardanuy
      • Special education teacher retention: The impact of behavior management strategies - Viridiana Arguello
      • Social Stories: A study on the effectiveness of social stories on significant behaviors in transition programs - Breanna Brooks
      • Cartoons are better than people: A look at emotional recognition of individuals with autism spectrum disorder - Chloë Orton Cartnal
      • Inclusive practices for students with significant disabilities - Alicia Fulk
      • Put a smile on: An exploration of teacher perceptions of inclusion of students with disabilities and how principals can support teachers - Kaede Hamilton
      •  Social Stories for individuals with low functioning autism - Emily Im
      • Opinions on collaboration between special and general education - Ian Jones
      • Underutilization of augmentative and alternative communication - Michelle Nguyen
      • Using video games in the classroom to enhance literacy in the classroom for students with special needs and ELL - Rennea Phillips
      • Teacher efficacy: An exploration of general and special education teacher attitude and self-efficacy for inclusion - Mariela Perez
      • Special education teacher self efficacy working with students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds - Isabel Olvera
      • Latino parent perceptions on the use of interpreters - Naromy Ramirez
      • How can paraeducators’ help with effective augmentative and alternative communication use - Maria Sanchez
      • Factors influencing teachers' and speech-language pathologists' perceptions of augmentative alternative communication - Elizabeth Solano
      • The overrepresentation of males with emotional disturbance - Tim Stambaugh
      • Peer-mediated intervention as a technique for high school females with ASD - Kelsey Stephenson
      • Handwriting in preschools: Instruction, training, and teacher perceptions - Jenny Taskey
      • Implementation of co-teaching for inclusion: The teacher perspective - Carl Thigpin
      • Perspectives on job descriptions and training needs: Comparing the beliefs of paraprofessionals, teachers, and administrators - Jennifer Valdez

 

  • The Lurie College of Education Promise Group - SH 106
    • Faculty: Donna Bee-Gates

4:55-5:35pm: TED MA Colloqium Poster Presentations and Panels - 3rd floor, South hallway and classrooms

  • Opening Our Minds - SH 331
    • Faculty: Allison Briceño and David Whitenack
    • Panelists: Grace Chavez, Danielle Patenaude, Daniela Miranda, Heather Stevens

  • Exploring Student Engagement With Technology and Content - SH 332
    • Faculty: Grinell Smith
    • Presenters: Cybill Chang and Anu Srikumar Vettiyattil

  • Perceptions of Male Educators in the Classroom - SH 332
    • Faculty: Grinell Smith
    • Presenters: Pietro Corsaro and Cristian Ponce

  • Social Emotional Learning in Kindergarten Boys - SH 332
    • Faculty: Grinell Smith
    • Presenters: Ramona Dy and Sarah Huckaby

  • Gender-Based Personality Stereotypes in the Classroom - SH 332
    • Faculty: Grinell Smith
    • Presenters: Sean Chen and Nicole Mintz

  • Different Perspectives and Expectations Regarding Parental Involvement - SH 346
    • Faculty: Luis Poza
    • Presenters: Jessica Bacerra, Georgina Silva, and Ching-Fan Wang

  • How Can Educators Support Latino Parents? - SH 346
    • Faculty: Luis Poza
    • Presenter: Alan Garcia

  • Beyond Content: Implementing Students’ Funds of Knowledge - SH 346
    • Faculty: Luis Poza
    • Presenters: Lauren Alessio, Zoe Makrigiannis, and Megan Nebesnick

  • Focus Free Writes and Engagement in Writing - SH 346
    • Faculty: Luis Poza
    • Presenters: Chris Ampie, J. Murphy Park, and Alex Smedile

  • “We divide students to support their needs”: Differentiated Literacy Instruction and Classroom Community - SH 347
    • Faculty: Colette Rabin
    • Presenters: Sarah Brotzel, Maria Bruhns, and Colleen Hamilton

  • Social Emotional Learning and Student-Teacher Relationships - SH 347
    • Faculty: Colette Rabin
    • Presenters: Vivian Au, Katelyn Delapaz, and Kaithlynn Sarmiento

  • The Stresses of Teaching and Mindfulness as a Response - SH 347
    • Faculty: Colette Rabin
    • Presenters: Victoria Guinnane & Hannah Hoagland

  • Empathetic Discourse Curriculum in the Classroom - SH 347
    • Faculty: Colette Rabin
    • Presenters: Nicolas Eaglin and Martin Romero


5:30-6:30pm: Light hors d'oeuvres and beverages - 2nd floor, North hallway

 

5:40-6:20pm: TED MA Colloqium Poster Presentations and Panels - 3rd floor, South hallway and classrooms

  • Data Collection in the Classroom - SH 331
    • Faculty: Allison Briceño
    • Panelists: Ashley Burns, Claire Judson, Laurin LaRocca, and Tedi Mills

  • Implementing Physical Activity Breaks - SH 334
    • Faculty: Colette Rabin and Grinell Smith
    • Presenters: Cassidy Brown, Isabella Dickerson, Caitlin MacLeod, and Jacqueline Speidel

  • Social and Emotional Learning and Classroom Community - SH 334
    • Faculty: Colette Rabin and Grinell Smith
    • Presenters: Alyssa Kiss, Mary Moreno, and Nicole Wallworth

  • Music in the Classroom - SH 334 
    • Faculty: Colette Rabin and Grinell Smith
    • Presenters: Caitlyn Payne and Karen Tseng

  • Observations of ELLs When Facilitating Classroom Discussion - SH 334
    • Faculty: Colette Rabin and Grinell Smith
    • Presenter: Nam Vu

  • Increasing Students’ Nutritional Awareness Using Food Logs - SH 335
    • Faculty: David Whitenack
    • Presenters: Veronica Brambila and Angelica Mendoza

  • Growing Confidence in Writing Through Goal-Setting - SH 335
    • Faculty: David Whitenack
    • Presenter: Dana Yee

  • Breathing In: Emotional Awareness Through Mindfulness - SH 348
    • Faculty: Nicky Ramos-Beban
    • Presenters: Katlynn Baalke and Kelly Richardson

  • Student Self-Management and Self-Awareness - SH 348
    • Faculty: Nicky Ramos-Beban
    • Presenters: Lily Soto and Ivan Szeto

 

6:30-8:00pm: Plenary session with presentations by students from each department - SH 100


Attendees to this session will each receive a raffle tickets for a chance to win several prizes at the end of the session!

  • Opening remarks - Heather Lattimer - Dean, Lurie College of Education
  • Caden Denton - The Power of Play - Child and Adolescent Development
  • Tuongvan Nguyen - My EDCO Experience - Counselor Education
  • Ashwin Kumar - Learning and Healing: Teaching Amidst Trauma - Teacher Education
  • Joseph Ernst and Finnian Sheehan - SPED Resident Teachers on Their Experiences - Special Education
  • Jessica Brym, Tiffany Park, and Ashlyn Tadokoro - Starting and Sustaining an Aphasia Rehabilitation Program at a University Clinic - Communicative Disorders & Sciences
  • Amna Jaffer - Ed.D Leadership Program
  • Closing remarks - Heather Lattimer - Dean, Lurie College of Education

 

SJSU Lurie College of Education Learning Showcase