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CONFERENCES AND PAPERS


  • Christy Whittlesey, ““It's OK to Say ‘They’: Creating Safe, Inclusive Schools for Transgender and Nonbinary Students.” MassCUE Fall Conference (To be held virtually), October 2020

  • Christy Whittlesey, “It's OK to Say ‘They’: Creating Safe, Inclusive Schools for Transgender and Nonbinary Students.” M.A.S.S. 2020 Paul J. Andrews Summer Executive Institute, Mashpee, MA, July 2020 (Canceled due to COVID).

  • Christy Whittlesey, “A Place for All to Learn: Creating Safe and Inclusive Schools for Transgender and Non-Binary Students.” Massachusetts Music Educators Conference, Boston, MA, March 2020.

  • Christina Whittlesey, “It’s OK to Say ‘They’: Supporting Trans and Non-Binary Students in Schools.” Northeast Professional Educators Network, Billerica, MA, November 2019.


  • Christina Whittlesey, “A Place for All to Learn: Creating Safe and Inclusive Schools for Transgender and Non-Binary Students.” SouthCoast Education Summit on Social Emotional Learning, Somerset, MA, October 2019.


  • Christina Whittlesey, “Empowering Educators to Create Safe and Inclusive Schools for Transgender and Non-Binary Students.” Massachusetts Administrators Association Summer Institute, Hyannis, MA, July 2019.


  • Christina Whittlesey, "Translations: Exploring and Sharing the Experiences of Transgender High School Students through an Arts-Based Dissertation Project.” UML Student Symposium Poster Presentation and Lightning Talk, May 2019.


  • Christina Whittlesey, "Translations: Exploring and Sharing the Experiences of Transgender High School Students through an Arts-Based Dissertation Project.” National Art Educators Association, Boston, MA, March 2019.


  • Christina Whittlesey, “Translations: Exploring Experiences of High School Transgender and Non-Binary Students.” Eastern Sociological Society, Boston, MA, March 2019.


Ø Minjeong Kim, Rosie Emerson, Jessica Gott, Cynthia McHale Hendricks, Andrea Mooney, Jill Ramey, Heather Rowlings, Bernadette Stockwell, Christina Teresa Whittlesey, “Disrupting Master Narratives of Homelessness: Counternarratives of Mothers Without Homes on Life, Motherhood, and Education.” AERA Annual Meeting, April 2018.


  • Jessica Gott, Rosie Emerson, Jill Ramey, Christy Bluhm Whittlesey, Minjeong Kim, “A White Teacher’s Paradox: How ‘Othering’ Language Sustains Whiteness When Teaching Racism Through Literature.” AERA Annual Meeting, April 2018.


  • Liora Bresler, Judith Davidson, and Christina Whittlesey, “Performance Ethnography as Qualitative Inquiry in the Public Sphere.” International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, IL, May 2017.


  • Judith Davidson, Ann Dean, Stephanie Lane, Patrice Olivar, and Christina Whittlesey, “’Through Their Eyes’ —Understanding Retention in Higher Education through a Multi-Partner Research Project on Transitional Challenges Facing Incoming Undergraduates.” New England Educational Research Organization, Portsmouth, NH, April 2017.


  • Christina Whittlesey, “Using Technology to Create a Positive Brand for Your Music Program,” Massachusetts Music Educators Association All State Conference, Boston, MA, March 2017.


  • Stephanie Quinn and Christina Whittlesey, “UDL Approaches in the Music Classroom: Reaching and Teaching All Students,” Northeast Professional Educators Network Conference, Chelmsford, MA, November 2016.


  • Stephanie Quinn and Christina Whittlesey, “UDL Approaches in the Music Classroom: Reaching and Teaching All Students,” Massachusetts Music Educators Association All State Conference, Boston, MA, March 2016.

 

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