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1 IESHA JACKSON Arizona State University PO Box Office: (480) Tempe, AZ Cell: (480) EDUCATION Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Teaching, New York, NY May 2015 Dissertation: Voicing a need for radical praxis: How race, gender, and age influence the schooling of overage, under-credited African American students Advisor: Dr. Michelle G. Knight-Manuel Master of Education in Educational Administration Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ December 2007 Post-Baccalaureate in Secondary English Education Rio Salado College, Tempe, AZ July 2004 Bachelor of Arts in English Literature Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ May 2002 FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS National Center for Institutional Diversity Exemplary Diversity Scholar University of Michigan April 2015 Dean s Research Dissertation Fellowship September 2014 Asa Hilliard/Barbara Sizemore Research Fellow American Educational Research Association April 2012 Arthur Zankel Urban Fellowship: Umoja Readers and Writers Program September 2011 Selected and funded participant in the seminar on Critical Race Studies in Education American Educational Research Association April 2011 Arthur Zankel Urban Fellowship: Science Education Program September 2009 Curriculum and Teaching Departmental Fellowship September 2009 May

2 Educational Equity for Students of Color Culturally Relevant and Sustaining Pedagogies Iesha Jackson TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS TEACHING EXPERIENCE Teaching and Learning in Urban Schools Sociocultural Contexts of Teaching Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ Understanding the Culturally Diverse Child Spring 2016 Undergraduate multicultural education course Created and implemented course assignments and activities to enable an understanding of the intersections of race, gender, class, religion, sexual orientation Utilized Blackboard platform for managing grades and hosting course materials Adjunct Instructor/Teaching Assistant,, New York, NY Teacher Opportunity Corps Seminar Spring 2011 Spring 2015 New York State grant funded course for graduate level pre-service teachers of color in urban schools Constructed syllabus for course with an emphasis on critiquing the terms urban and at-risk while understanding teacher identity for teachers of color Advised pre-service teachers during student teaching and preparing for edtpa Action Research Fall 2013 Spring 2015 Yearlong graduate course to facilitate Master s thesis Taught research methods for classroom teachers Mentored students through the development and implementation of an action research project Qualitative Research Methods for Classrooms and Teaching Spring 2012 Taught as part of an innovative co-teaching/mentoring model for doctoral students interested in pursuing the professorate Co-constructed the course syllabus Advised students in the development, enactment, and writing of research projects using various qualitative methods Theory and Inquiry in Curriculum and Teaching Fall 2010 Assessed student learning through grading and giving feedback on coursework Held office hours to mentor and advise students Co-taught lectures Professional Development Consultant, New York City Department of Education, New York, NY May 2012 January 2014 Developed and co-facilitated professional development sessions with selected NYC DOE principals and staff as part of the Empowering Boys Initiative Focused on creating culturally relevant learning opportunities for Black and Latino males attending select middle and high schools Supported teachers in developing culturally relevant curricula to increase student achievement 2

3 High School English Teacher, Tempe High School, Tempe, AZ July 2004 July 2009 Developed curriculum, planned lessons that incorporated state standards, and modified teaching to support student achievement in Freshman - Senior English courses Collaborated with parents, colleagues, and administrators as needed to meet student needs Co-taught in an inclusive Freshman English course, participating the in the completion of Individualized Education Programs and corresponding meetings Led faculty and staff meetings, coordinated the highly qualified reporting process, served as lead administrator for the Summer Bridge Reading and Writing program, and oversaw the school s tutoring program while earning my M.Ed. and resulting K-12 principal certification RESEARCH EMPLOYMENT Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ August 2015 Present Design and implement studies on the effectiveness of the teacher preparation program Engage interdisciplinary theories and mixed methods in research Facilitate on-going data collection, analysis and reporting including preparing manuscripts for presentation and publication Research Assistant,, New York, NY January 2013 May 2015 Assisted Dr. Michelle Knight-Manuel with the NYC DOE Expanded Success Initiative, Culturally Responsive Education Professional Development Conduct observations of participants during professional development sessions Create focus group protocol and conduct focus group interviews Facilitate on-going data analysis and reporting including preparing manuscripts for presentation and publication Co-authored three manuscripts May 2011 June 2012 Assisted Dr. Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz with the Mentoring Black and Latino Males through Umoja Readers and Writers Program Created interview and observation protocol Collected data from Umoja Readers and Writers Program sessions Conducted literature reviews on mentoring and culturally relevant pedagogy Analyzed data and co-authored two manuscripts January 2011 December 2012 Assisted Dr. Felicia Mensah in Pre-service Teachers of Color in Science Education research project Conducted classroom observations Analyzed extant and newly collected data Conducted literature review on critical race theory Co-authored one manuscript Doctoral Research Fellow,, New York, NY January 2010 December 2013 Researched under the direction of A. Lin Goodwin for the Teaching Residents at Teachers College program 3

4 Coordinated pre-service teacher community-based organization placements Designed and conducted research studies of participant experiences in the residency program Co-authored proposals for AACTE and AERA PUBLICATIONS Peer Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters: Jackson, I. It s this one teacher I don t like him : The role of gender in establishing culturally relevant caring relationships. Under review. Mensah, F., & Jackson, I. Whiteness as property in science teacher education. Under review. Jackson, I. (Accepted). Not Suspended but not Protected: A Critical Race Theory Analysis of the Impact of Restorative Justice on the Schooling of Overage, Under-Credited Black Females. In V. Evans-Winters, M. Lane, & M. Bethune (Eds.), Let Us Live: Education for Racial Justice and Human Freedom. Book chapter. Jackson, I. (Accepted). Toward a Radical Praxis for Overage, Under-credited African American Students. Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research. Knight, M. G., Marciano, J. E., Wilson, M., Jackson, I., Vernikoff, L., Zuckerman, K. G., & Watson, V. W. M. (Forthcoming). It s all possible : Urban educators perspectives on creating a culturally-relevant, school-wide, college-going culture for Black male students. Urban Education. Watson, W., Sealey-Ruiz, Y., & Jackson, I. (2014). Daring to care: The role of culturally relevant care in mentoring Black and Latino male high school students. Race Ethnicity and Education, (ahead-of-print), Jackson, I., Sealey-Ruiz, Y., & Watson, W. (2014). Reciprocal love: Mentoring Black and Latino males through an ethos of care. Urban Education, 49(4), Allen, K. M., Jackson, I., & Knight, M, G. (2012). Complicating culturally relevant pedagogy: Unpacking West African immigrants cultural identities. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 14(2), Manuscripts in Preparation: Jackson, I. Segregated and Silenced: Schooling Overage, Under-credited Adult Black Students in New York City. Jackson, I. What s in a Name? Understanding the Significance of Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy. Jackson, I., & Knight, M. G. Color does not Equal Consciousness : Educators of Color Learning to Enact a Sociopolitical Consciousness. Knight, M. G., Jackson, I., Corwin, E., & Dunn, L. I have to dig deep into my soul: Examining culturally responsive assessments supporting Black and Latino males college readiness. 4

5 Sealey-Ruiz, Y., Watson, W., & Jackson, I. The end of fear. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Knight, M. G., Jackson, I., Corwin, E., & Dunn, L. (2014). I have to dig deep into my soul: Examining culturally responsive assessments supporting Black and Latino males college readiness. Paper presentation at the Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment (CREA) semiannual meeting. Jackson, I. (2014). Race, Gender, and Age: Schooling Experiences of Overage, Under-credited African American High School Students. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. Philadelphia, PA. Jackson, I., & Knight, M. G. (2014). From me to we: Faculty of color increasing college readiness for Black and Latino males. Poster presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. Philadelphia, PA. Mensah, F., Jackson, I., Ronan, D., Mahfood, D. & Daftedar, R. (2014). Implementation of edtpa as a Community of Practice. Symposium presentation at the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) national conference. San Antonio, TX. Kolman, J., Pratt, S., & Jackson, I. (2013). Intellectual poverty in approaches to teacher preparation. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. San Francisco, CA. Mensah, F., & Jackson, I. (2012). Whiteness as property in science teacher education. Paper presentation at the Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA) national conference. New York, NY. Sealey Ruiz, Y., Jackson, I., & Watson, W. (2012). Give them something to talk about: Racial Literacy Roundtables as a way of building community in higher education. Workshop presentation at the Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA) national conference. New York, NY. Allen, K. M., Jackson, I., & Knight, M, G. (2012). Complicating culturally relevant pedagogy: Unpacking African immigrants cultural identities. Roundtable presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting conference. Vancouver, BC. Watson, W., Jackson, I., & Sealey Ruiz, Y. (2012). Trust and warm demanding: The impact of culturally relevant care on Black and Latino male students. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. Vancouver, BC. Mensah, F., & Jackson, I. (2012). (Re)Visions of science and science teaching: Students of color transforming their ideas of teaching science in urban schools. Poster presentation at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) international conference. Indianapolis, IN. Jackson, I. and Watson, W. (2012). Examining internal and external labels. Racial Literacy Roundtable workshop delivered at, New York, NY. 5

6 Kolman, J., & Jackson, I. (2011). A teacher residency program: Stories of recruitment and effectiveness. Paper presentation delivered to the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). San Diego, CA. INVITED LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS Jackson, I. (2016). Cultivating culturally relevant caring relationships for overage, undercredited African American students. Guest Lecture for Inequality and Diversity in Education course. Arizona State University. Jackson, I. (2015). Radical praxis in teacher education: Centering race, experience, and voice to improve student outcomes. Research colloquium for doctoral students. Arizona State University. Sealey Ruiz, Y. & Jackson, I. (2011 and 2012). Writing across the disciplines. Workshop at the Open Society Institute (OSI). New York, NY. SERVICE Research related Peer reviewer, Proposals for National Association of Multicultural Education (2016) Reviewer, Urban Education (2015 present) Reviewer, Journal of Negro Education (2015 present) Presentation of Implementation of edtpa as a Community of Practice to Teachers College, Columbia University faculty at a Teacher Education Policy Committee meeting (2014) Peer reviewer, Proposals for the Research Focus on Black Education SIG American Education Research Association (AERA) annual meeting (2013 and 2014) Reviewer, International Journal of Multicultural Education ( ) Peer reviewer, Proposals for Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA) annual meeting (2011 and 2012) Teaching related Volunteer tutor, MentorKids, Phoenix, AZ (2016) Volunteer Instructor, Forsyth Satellite Academy High School ( ) Service to Organizations Discussant and Session chair, American Education Research Association (AERA) annual meeting (2015) Conference volunteer, Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA) annual meeting (2012) ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS Member, American Education Research Association (AERA), 2010 present Member, Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA), 2010 present 6

7 Member, National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME), 2015 present Member, National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), 2016 Member, Sisters of the Academy (SOTA), 2010 present 7

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