Amanda Godley - Presentations

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Amanda Godley

Amanda Godley

University of Pittsburgh
5105 Wesley W. Posvar Hall
230 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Phone: 412-648-7313
Email: agodley@pitt.edu

Presentations

  • Godley, A.J. (2017, February). A think-aloud study of high school writers' revision planning in response to peer feedback. Paper presented at the International Society for the Advancement of Writing Research Conference (Writing Research Across Borders). Bogota, Colombia.
  • Godley, A.J., Ashwin, C.* & Reaser, J. (2016, December). Preservice teachers' race talk in discussions about dialect diversity. Paper presented at the 2016 Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Reaser, J., Bissonnette, J.*, Hatcher, J.* & Godley A. (2016, November). Building advocacy through critical language pedagogy. Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Godley, A. (2016, October). Critical language pedagogy: Teachers' development of sociolinguistic content knowledge for literacy instruction. Department of Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh.
  • Godley, A. (2016, August). Culturally-relevant grammar and language instruction. Summer Literacy Institute, Pittsburgh Public Schools. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Grammar and language instruction (daylong workshop). West Allegheny School District. Imperial, PA.
  • Godley, A.J. (2016, July). A think-aloud study of adolescent writers' peer review strategies. Paper presented at the EARLI (European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction) Writing SIG Conference, Liverpool, England.
  • Schuchardt, A., Schunn, C.D. & Godley, A.J. (2016, April). High school students' assessments of science concepts and explanations through peer review of writing. Paper presented at the 2016 Annual National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) International Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Bissonnette, J., Hatcher, J., Reaser, J. & Godley, A. (2016, April). Negotiating Southerness: How speaking a socially stigmatized dialect complicates pre-service teachers' identities and linguistic ideologies. Paper presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.
  • Reaser, J., Hatcher, J., Bissonnette, J. & Godley, A. (2016, January). How Southern identity shapes pre-service teachers' responses to sociolinguistic information. Paper presented at the American Dialect Society Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • Loretto, A., Godley, A. & Baikadi, A. (2015, December). A think-aloud study of adolescent writers' peer review and revision strategies. Paper presented at the 2015 Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Carlsbad, CA.
  • Godley, A. (2015, December). Preservice English teachers' perceptions of creativity, rhetoric and expression in vernacular dialects. Paper presented at the 2015 Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Carlsbad, CA.
  • Godley, A. & Reaser, J. (2015, December). Preservice literacy teachers' assessment of vernacular dialect features in academic writing. Paper presented at the 2015 Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Carlsbad, CA.
  • Reaser, J., Hatcher, J., Bissonnette, J. & Godley, A. (2015, October). Regional differences in preservice teachers' responses to critical language pedagogies. Paper presented at the annual New Ways of Analyzing Variation National Conference, Toronto, CA.
  • Godley, A., Reaser, J., Moore, K. & Hatcher, J. (2015, April). Pre-Service English language arts teachers' development of Critical Language Pedagogy. Paper presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago IL.
  • Bissonnette, J., Hatcher, J., Reaser, J. & Godley,A. (2015, April). Regional differences in pre-service ELA teachers' responses to critical language pedagogies. Paper presented at the 2015 Annual SouthEastern Conference on Linguistics, Raleigh, NC.
  • Loretto, A., Demartino, S. & Godley, A. (2015, April). Secondary students' perceptions of peer review of writing. Poster presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago IL.
  • Godley, A., Reaser, J. & Moore, K. (2014, December). Pre-Service English language arts teachers' dialogic constructions of dialect diversity, linguistic prejudices and societal inequities. Paper presented at the 2014 Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, San Marco Island, FL.
  • Godley, A., Loretto, A. & Demartino, S. (2014, December). The dialogic construction of academic writing through peer review in secondary classrooms. Paper presented at the 2014 Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, San Marco Island, FL.
  • Reaser, J., Godley, A., Moore, K. & Hatcher, J. (2014, October). Preservice English teachers' development of critical language awareness for teaching. Paper presented at the annual New Ways of Analyzing Variation National Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • The Relationship Between High School Students’ Essay Revisions, Peer Feedback, and Reviews of Peers’ Essays

    Apr 2014

    Godley, A., Demartino, S. & Loretto, A. (2014, April). The Relationship Between High School Students’ Essay Revisions, Peer Feedback, and Reviews of Peers’ Essays. Paper to be presented as part of the session entitled Innovations in Peer and Teacher Feedback During Writing Instruction: Results From Three IES Studies. 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Godley, A. (2015, February). Valuing language and dialect diversity. Keynote Workshop, California Writing Project, California Teachers of English Annual Convention Pre-Conference Day. San Jose, CA.
  • How the Quality of Peer Review Shapes Students’ Revisions

    Dec 2013

    Godley, A., Demartino, S. & Hart, C. (2013, December). How the Quality of Peer Review Shapes Students’ Revisions. Paper presented as part of the panel entitled Transforming Peer Review to Support Teaching about Argumentative Essay Writing: Results from Three IES Studies. 2013 National Reading Conference Annual Conference, Ft. Worth, TX.

  • Transforming Language Instruction for Social Justice: A Study of Four High School English Teachers’ Development of Critical Language Pedagogy for African American Students

    Dec 2013

    Godley, A. & Moore, K. (2013, December). Transforming Language Instruction for Social Justice: A Study of Four High School English Teachers’ Development of Critical Language Pedagogy for African American Students. Paper presented at the 2013 National Reading Conference Annual Conference, Ft. Worth, TX.

  • Sociolinguistic Knowledge for Teaching Literacy: Preliminary Findings

    Oct 2013

    Godley, A. & Reaser, J. (2013, October). Sociolinguistic Knowledge for Teaching Literacy: Preliminary Findings. Paper presented at the New Ways of Analyzing Variation National Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Bidialectal African American adolescents’ views on code-switching In English language arts classrooms

    Apr 9, 2011
    Godley, A. & Escher, A. (2011, April). Bidialectal African American adolescents’ views on code-switching In English language arts classrooms. Poster presented at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Bidialectal African American adolescents’ views on code-switching in and out of school: When, where, why

    Dec 6, 2010
    Godley, A. & Escher, A. (2010, December). Bidialectal African American adolescents’ views on code-switching in and out of school: When, where, why. Paper presented at the 2010 National Reading Conference/Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Ft. Worth, TX.
  • Dialect variation, identity and power: A discourse analysis of bidialectal high school students’ small group discussion

    Jun 15, 2009
    Chisholm, J. & Godley, A. (2009, June). Dialect variation, identity and power: A discourse analysis of bidialectal high school students’ small group discussion. Paper presented at the 2009 Conference of the International Society for Language Studies, Orlando, FL.
  • What do bidialectal high school students learn about language variation, identity and power through inquiry-based discussion? A case study

    Apr 2009
    Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.
  • “She’s just a salesman’s wife”: High school students’ talk about women’s labor and women’s rights in American literature.

    Mar 2009
    Keynote speaker, SUNY-Fredonia Women’s Studies Research Conference on Gender, Fredonia, NY.
  • Promoting critical perspectives about language, identity and power through small group discussions among bidialectal high school students.

    Feb 2009
    Paper presented at the NCTE Assembly for Research Mid-Winter Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Bridging Community and School Dialects: Changing Teachers’ Representations of Students’ Language through Linguistics-Based Professional Development

    Feb 18, 2008
    Godley, A. & Mihalikis, V. (2008, February). Bridging Community and School Dialects: Changing Teachers’ Representations of Students’ Language through Linguistics-Based Professional Development. Paper presented at the NCTE Assembly for Research Mid-Winter Conference, Bloomington, IN.
  • Bridging community and school dialects: Linguistics-based teacher professional development in a dialectally diverse high school.

    Apr 2007
    Godley, A. (2007, April). Bridging community and school dialects: Linguistics-based teacher professional development in a dialectally diverse high school. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Language as repertoire: Teachers’ responses to a professional development institute on teaching grammar through SFL.

    Apr 2007
    Godley, A. (2007, April). Language as repertoire: Teachers’ responses to a professional development institute on teaching grammar through SFL. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Standard or African American English: Understanding literacy learners’ racialized linguistic identities.

    Dec 2006
    Godley, A. (2006, December). Standard or African American English: Understanding literacy learners’ racialized linguistic identities. Paper presented at the National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Using Critical Discourse Analysis to understand students’ racial-linguistic identities.

    Nov 2006
    Godley, A. (2006, November). Using Critical Discourse Analysis to understand students’ racial-linguistic identities. Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Jose, CA.