219.007Integrating Multiple Literacies & Technology Across Sec Curr
409.001Student Diversity And Educational Practices
Beucher, R. #NoDAPL: Consciously designing culturally situated resistance pedagogy for 21st century youth. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (2018): 2524-2529.
Beucher, R., & Seglem, R. Black male students negotiate ways of knowing themselves during digital storytelling. LEARNing Landscapes 12.1 (2019): 47-62.
Beucher, R., & Smith, A. Collaboratively designing culturally responsive curriculum. Equity and cultural responsiveness in the middle grades (2019): 181.
Beucher, R., Arya, D., & Wang, C. Interactive whiteboard (IWB) use during student collaborative reading practices: A year-long comparison of instructional approaches. Education 3-13 (2019): 1-16.
Beucher, R., Handsfield, L., & Hunt, C. What matter matters? Retaining the critical in new materialist literacy research. Journal of Literacy Research 51.4 (2019): 444-479.
Schmidt, K., & Beucher, R. Embodied literacies and the art of meaning making.. Pedagogies: An International Journal 13.(2), (2018): 119-132.
Beucher, B., & Dutro, E. (2018, April). There’s football Gabriel, and there’s Gabriel, Gabriel. Negotiating double-consciousness during digital personal storytelling for public consumption. Chairperson, Beucher, B.The Critical Role of Audience. Symposium conducted at the American Educational Research Association Conference, New York, NY.
Beucher, B.,Handsfield, L., & Hunt, C. (2018, November). What matter matters? A race centric critique of the new materialist turn in literacy research. Paper presented at the 68th Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Indian Wells, California.
Schmidt, K., & Beucher, B. (2018, November).Embodied literacies and the erasure of racial discourse. Paper presented at the 68th Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Indian Wells, California
Beucher, B. & Dutro, E. (2017, December). “There’s football Gabriel, and there’s Gabriel, Gabriel”: A poststructural analysis of digital storytelling and the discursively constructed self. Paper presented at the 67th Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Tampa, FL
Beucher, B.,Smith, A., & Handsfield, L. (2017, May). Eddies and flows: Reflexive praxis as white feminist educational researchers. Paper accepted for presentation at the Thirteenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry in Champaign-Urbana, IL
Beucher, R. L. & Smith, A. (2017, November). #NoDAPL: Consciously designing culturally situated resistance pedagogy for 21st century youth. Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, Tampa, FL
Beucher, R. L. & Stigler, M. (2017, June). Pledging as a ritual performance: Exploring double-consciousness and black youth activism. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual Critical Race Studies in Education Association conference, Indianapolis, IN
During, J. & Beucher, B. (2017, November). The next chapter in digital literacies: Teacher education for today and tomorrow. Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English, St. Louis, MO
Jackson, I. & Beucher, B. (2017, November). What’s in a name? Understanding the significance of culturally sustaining pedagogy. Paper presented at the 27th Annual National Association for Multicultural Education Conference, Salt Lake City, UT
Beucher, R. & De Walt, P.S. (2016, December). Social media, a policed space? Critically analyzing Facebook profiles in an undergraduate literacy and technology course. Paper presented at the American Reading Forum, Sanibel Island, FL