Lisa Dorner, Doctoral Students Present at AERA
Lisa Dorner, along with her doctoral students Sujin Kim and Angela Layton presented papers at a symposium at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting in San Francisco this month. The symposium addressed ways that educators can literally enrich educational spaces for students from immigrant families to freely explore and represent their multiple identities.
The papers were titled as follows:
BeyBlades and Pokémon: The Social Worlds of African American and Latino Boys’ Literate Identity Development, by Angela B. Layton; Korean Migrant Youth Identity Construction Through New Media Literacy Practice, by Sujin Kim; Bosnian Muslim Refugee Girls Narrating Their Lives in St. Louis, by Lisa M. Dorner.
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