Hamel, F.L. (November 2016). Visualizing Popular Worlds: Unexpected Writing in an Upper Elementary Literacy Workshop. Presentation at the Japan-U.S. Teacher Education Consortium (JUSTEC). Ehime, Japan.

Hamel, F.L., Pugh, M., & Boer, M. (June 2015). The Enhanced Planning Model: Responses to an alternative structure for student teaching. Presentation at the annual conference of the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators (NWATE), Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Ryken, A. & Hamel F. (April 2014), Learning from Practice: Investigating a Seminar Reflection Tool for Debriefing Student Teaching Experiences. American Educational Research Association (AERA), Philadelphia, PA.

Hamel F. & Ryken A. (March 2014). Sponsoring Highly Reflective Teaching – Features, Tools, and Dilemmas. American Association of American Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). Indianapolis, IN.

Hamel, F.L. (February 2013). Selected studies from the Japan-U.S. Teacher Education Consortium. Presenter & Session Chair. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), Orlando, FL.

Hamel, F.L. (October 2012). Testimony before the Washington State Legislative House Education Committee: The Education Opportunity Gap and the Educator Workforce. Renton, WA.

Hamel, F.L. (July 2012). Assuring quality or overwhelming teachers? Performance assessment in American pre-service teacher education. Invited Presentation at the Pacific Rim International Teacher Education Symposium, Naruto University of Education, Tokushima, Japan.

Hamel, F.L., Hillis, M.R., & Lincoln Center 12th Grade Research Team (April 2012). What makes us motivated? Exploring the Lincoln Center Model. 2012 Race & Pedagogy Youth and Family Summit, Lincoln High School, Tacoma, WA.

Sollom-Brotherton, N. & Hamel, F.L. (April 2012). Whose space? Finding third space in an urban high school literature classroom. American Educational Research Association (AERA), Vancouver, BC.

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. & 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.

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.