Presentation Title

The Trials and Tribulations of a Rose that Grew in Concrete: Lessons for Finding One’s Feet, Wings, and Voice

Presenter Information

Maria Salazar, University of Denver

Location

Newbold Auditorium, Buller Hall

Start Date

30-3-2017 7:15 PM

End Date

30-3-2017 8:30 PM

Proposal for Presentation

Dr. Maria del Carmen Salazar’s research and scholarship center on transformative teacher preparation through empirical research on equitable and effective teaching. Salazar has authored numerous publications on humanizing pedagogies, equitable and effective teaching, culturally responsive teaching, and college access and success for Latina/o students. She has given over 150 scholarly presentations and 25 national and international keynote presentations on her research areas. In addition, she is the lead author of a widely circulated policy document titled, "The State of Latinos 2008: Defining an Agenda for the Future." This document was presented to members of the U.S. Congress in 2008. Dr. Salazar served on the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC), a national collaborative to revise model content standards and develop learning progressions for teacher licensure, assessment, and development. She was a key contributor in the development of the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards and Learning Progressions. She also served on the Colorado Quality Teachers Commission. She currently serves on the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Global Initiatives and Equity Advisory Committee.

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Mar 30th, 7:15 PM Mar 30th, 8:30 PM

The Trials and Tribulations of a Rose that Grew in Concrete: Lessons for Finding One’s Feet, Wings, and Voice

Newbold Auditorium, Buller Hall

Dr. Maria del Carmen Salazar’s research and scholarship center on transformative teacher preparation through empirical research on equitable and effective teaching. Salazar has authored numerous publications on humanizing pedagogies, equitable and effective teaching, culturally responsive teaching, and college access and success for Latina/o students. She has given over 150 scholarly presentations and 25 national and international keynote presentations on her research areas. In addition, she is the lead author of a widely circulated policy document titled, "The State of Latinos 2008: Defining an Agenda for the Future." This document was presented to members of the U.S. Congress in 2008. Dr. Salazar served on the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC), a national collaborative to revise model content standards and develop learning progressions for teacher licensure, assessment, and development. She was a key contributor in the development of the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards and Learning Progressions. She also served on the Colorado Quality Teachers Commission. She currently serves on the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Global Initiatives and Equity Advisory Committee.