Conference Presentation


Title: How Do We Learn from the Learning Disabled?  Tapping Into Creative Problem-Solving
by Overcoming Academic Ableism, Southwestern Social Science Association—Annual Conference
Description: Sole facilitator of workshop focusing on modifying the curriculum and teaching when the disability experience is with students and their teacher by exploring teaching strategies that embrace the learning disabled and benefit all students in class, and by relying on self-reflection, role-taking techniques and interactive role-play exercises to expand our pedagogical horizons. 
October 2019.
 
Title: Teaching for the Social Sciences: A Workshop on Interdisciplinary Teaching Methods, Southwestern Social Science Association—Annual Conference
Description: One of four workshop panelists focusing on inclusive syllabus creation, pedagogical practices that embrace the learning disabled (my contribution), using current media-savvy trends in lecture slides, using enhanced and multimedia research methods, and incorporating history, music, humor, culture and the arts for final class projects, in class lessons, and student development.
October 2018. 
 
Presenter, Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts, University of Houston—Clear Lake.
“Financial Hemorrhaging from Social Distancing: A Conflict Theorist Perspective.”  April 2011.
 
Presenter, Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts, University of Houston—Clear Lake.
“Does the Death Penalty Deter?”  April 2010.
 
Presenter, Students Actively Involved in Leadership Conference, Landmark College.
“Effective Leadership in Service.”  April 2004.  
 
Presenter, Students Actively Involved in Leadership Conference, Landmark College.
“Leadership in Scouting.”  April 2003. 
 
Presenter, Vermont Governor’s Youth Leadership Conference, Burlington, VT.
“College Transitions.”  November 2002.