Selected Presentations

Hamel, F.L., Ryken, A., & Ruiz, L. (April 2011). Building small intentional partnerships:  Forging opportunities for teacher learning.  Presentation at the annual conference of the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators, St. Martins College, Olympia, WA.
 
Hamel, F.L. (February 2011).  Panel: “Insights from JUSTEC for Preparing the Next Chapter of Teacher Education.”  Presentation at the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education.  San Diego, CA.
 
Hamel, F.L., Lavold, A., Zamira, J., & Bell, R. (October 2010).  Shifting the Literacy Paradigm:  Performing Monologues with 9th Graders in an Urban High School. Presentation at the Race & Pedagogy National Conference, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA.
 
Hamel, F., Ryken, A., Tamashiro, J., & Neshyba, S. (October 2010).  “‘It’s Like When You Are at a Dance . . . .’:  Possibilities and Dangers of Models, Analogies and Representations in Teaching Science.”  Presentation at the Race & Pedagogy National Conference, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA.
 
Hamel, F.L. et al.  (July 2010).  First Contact:  Initial Responses to Cultural Disequilibrium in a Short-term Teaching Exchange Program.  Presentation at the annual meeting of the Japan-US Teacher Education Consortium (JUSTEC).  Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan.
 
Hamel, F.L. & Erwin, P. (June 2010).  Co-designing an Intentional Partnership:  Professional Educators Standards Boards Workshop for Tacoma Area Districts and Schools of Education.  Pacific Lutheran University, Parkland, WA.

Hamel, F.L  (April 2010).  Assessing our Partnership Programs.  Panel Discussion.  
PESB/Higher Education Assessment Conference, Seattle, WA.
 
Ryken, A, & Hamel, F. (2007).  Literacy in Action: How Students Analyze Visual Representations.  Presentation at the annual meeting of the Washington Science Teachers Association (WSTA). Tacoma, WA.

Hamel, F. and Ryken, A. (2007, February). Intentional Partnerships as a Viable Alternative to Professional Development Schools: Programmatic School-University Collaboration for the Small Teacher Education Program. American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE). New York, NY.

Hamel, F., Massey, D., Erickson, S., and Thaut, K. (2006, September). Learning to Read in Tacoma - Intents, Goals, and Realities of Scripted Literacy. Race and Pedagogy National Conference, University of Puget Sound. Tacoma, WA.

Hamel, F., Ryken, A., Kokick, M., King, J., and Lay, O. (2006, March). Intentional Partnerships: Generating Learning within and Across Institutional Contexts.International Conference on Teacher Development: The Key to Education in the 21st Century. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Chikamori, K., Hamel, F., and Williams, J. (2005, July). An Experiential Approach to Intercultural Understanding and Teacher Education through the Japan-US Friendship Project. 17th Annual Meeting of JUSTEC (Japan-U.S. Teacher Education Consortium). Portland, OR.

Kircher, F., Call, J., and Hamel, F. (2005, July). Pre-service teacher insights from the Japan-U.S. Friendship Project. 17th Annual Meeting of JUSTEC (Japan-U.S. Teacher Education Consortium). Portland, OR.

Hamel, F., Kline, C., Ryken, A., and Beck, T. (2004, April). Progressive ways to present knowledge: Learning from tensions in secondary pre-service teachers' thinking about reform practice. 17th Annual Meeting of JUSTEC. Portland, OR.

Ryken, A., Beck, T., Kline, C., and Hamel, F. (2004, April). Developing a shared culture: Creating a collective 'we' through self study. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA.

Hamel, F.L. (2003, August). Pre-service teachers' impact on student learning: Supporting candidates and facing dilemmas at one institution. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Enoch, D. and Hamel, F.L. (2001, November). Making meaning when meaning isn't meant to be made. Re-thinking the Character of our Students' Readings (workshop presentation). National Council of Teachers of English Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.