I am a recent graduate of Teachers College, Columbia University. My dissertation research focused on teachers' discursive constructions of disability, and the implications for Black youth.


Publications:
Experiencing Marginalization in Classroom Discussions

Nine preservice teachers discussed natural human diversity issues in students’ academic competence and racial-ethnic backgrounds and its relation to learning and instruction in a yearlong graduate course informed by critical pedagogy and sociocultural theory.

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Teachers’ Discursive Constructions of Disability: Implications for Black Urban Youth

This is a presentation of my dissertation research findings.

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The Practice of Special Education Referral: Teachers’ Discursive Assumptions

This is a research project that examines the assumptions underlying teachers' special education referrals.

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Published online: June 22, 2016

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