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Maximus Sefotho Presents “The Philosophy of Botho/Ubunto in Research”

Maximus Sefotho Presents  “The Philosophy of Botho/Ubunto in Research”

On May 2, 2022, the UC Davis School of Education/Graduate Group in Education Research Seminar Series featured professor of educational psychology Dr. Maximus Sefotho of the University of Johannesburg presenting “The Philosophy of Botho/Ubuntu in Research!” In it, Dr. Sefotho explores how the philosophy of ubuntu, or a form of African humanism, can help inform more inclusive research.

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Stacy Wittstock Presents on “Standards” as Institutional Gatekeeping: Ecology of Assessment in a Developmental Writing Course

Stacy Wittstock Presents on “Standards” as Institutional Gatekeeping: Ecology of Assessment in a Developmental Writing Course

On February 7, 2022, the UC Davis School of Education/Graduate Group in Education Research Seminar Series featured Stacy Wittstock, UC Davis Ph.D. candidate in the Learning and Mind Sciences, presenting on “Standards” as Institutional Gatekeeping: Examining Faculty and Administrative Perspectives on the Ecology of Assessment in a Developmental Writing Course.

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Michael W. Moses II Presents On Racialized Methodological Norms

Michael W. Moses II Presents On Racialized Methodological Norms

On January 24, 2022, the UC Davis School of Education/Graduate Group in Education Research Seminar Series featured UC Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow from UC Riverside Michael W. Moses II presenting on Racialized Methodological Norms: Theorizing IRBs and Anonymity as Racism.

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Megan Welsh presents on why Average is Overrated

Megan Welsh presents on why Average is Overrated

On November 16, 2020, the UC School of Education/Graduate Group in Education Brown Bag Speaker Series featured Dr. Megan Welsh presenting on “Average is Overrated: What factors affect means and variation in performance?”

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