Tag Archives: Tech for Equity & Justice

Volume 6, Issue 1

Critical forums include Technology for Equity and Social Justice and Developmental Education.

CRITICAL FORUM: TECHNOLOGY FOR EQUITY AND JUSTICE

Technology for Equity and Social Justice in Education: A Critical Issue Overview

Adam Papendieck, MPH, The University of Texas at Austin

Beyond Coding: Using Critical Computational Literacy to Transform Tech

Clifford Lee, PhD, Saint Mary’s College of California and Elisabeth Soep, PhD, Youth Radio

Introducing Preservice STEM Teachers to Computer Science: A Narrative of Theoretically Oriented Design

Jason Harron, MM, MBA, The University of Texas at Austin

Nurturing #TeacherVoice: Why Educators’ Online Presence Matters to Educational Equity

Katia Hildebrandt, M.A.T., University of Regina

Reclaiming our Assumptions at the Intersection of Technology, Learning and Equity

Matthew Kruger-Ross, PhD, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

CRITICAL FORUM: DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION

Developmental Education: An Overview of Current Issues and Future Directions

Catherine Hartman, MED, The University of Texas at Austin

Developmental Education and Community College Student Success: Are the Odds Ever in Their Favor?

E. Micheal Bohlig, PhD, Center for Community College Student Engagement, Colleen M. Bullock, MS, Center for Community College Student Engagement, Marisol Garza, MED, Center for Community College Student Engagement, Catherine Hartman, MED, Center for Community College Student Engagement, Kyle Lovseth, MS, Center for Community College Student Engagement, and Hongwei Yu, PhD, Center for Community College Student Engagement

Addressing Academic Underpreparedness in Service of College Completion

Nikki Edgecombe, PhD, Community College Research Center, Teachers College, Columbia University and Susan Bickerstaff, PhD, Community College Research Center, Teachers College, Columbia University

ARTICLES

Trends in Undergraduate General Education in the U.S., the Texas Core Curriculum, and Communication Course Requirements

Sally Henschel, PhD, Midwestern State University, Mitzi Lewis, PhD, Midwestern State University, Kelly Calame Wade, BA, Lockheed Martin, Danielle Schwertner, MA, University of Glasgow

Competing Goals in College and Career Readiness Policy: An Equity Analysis of the 2013 Texas House Bill 5

Chloe Latham Sikes, MA, The University of Texas at Austin

Looking Back and Pressing Forward: Lessons for Today Found in the Story of Barbara Smith Conrad

Ashley N. Stone, PhD, Syracuse University

Of Flyers and Free Speech: How Student Activism Defined the Contours of One University’s 21st-Century Hate and Bias Policy

Zachary W. Taylor, MA, MS, The University of Texas at Austin, Brianna S. Davis, MS, The University of Texas at Austin, and Aaron C. Pyle, MSSW, The University of Texas at Austin