Presentations

I look forward to presenting my work and ideas. What I really like about attending and presenting at conferences is the collegiality and networking. Conferences are a great place to see what cutting edge research is going on and to get immediate feedback on my research. I hope to see you at some of the great regional, national, or international conferences. 

REFEREED PRESENTATIONS

  1. Beck, D., Richardson, J. W., & LaFrance, J. (2014, April). Voices of virtual school leaders: Challenges and advice. Paper presented at meeting of American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.
  2. Richardson, J. W., Sauers, N., & McLeod, S. (2014, April). How to be a digital district leader: Advice from tech savvy superintendents. Paper presented at meeting of American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.
  3. Richardson, J. W., & Nash, J. (2014, March). Impact of forced land evictions on women in Cambodia. Paper presented at meeting of Comparative and International Education Society, Toronto, Canada.
  4. Nash, J., & Richardson, J. W. (2014, March). Use and perceptions of technology: Views from Cambodian upper secondary school students. Paper presented at meeting of Comparative and International Education Society, Toronto, Canada.
  5. Sauers, N., & Richardson, J. W. (2013, November). Twitter: A 21st Century tool for 21st Century principal. Paper presented at meeting of University Council for Educational Administration, Indianapolis, IN.
  6. Richardson, J. W., Nash, J., Bathon, J., Dexter, S. (2013, November). Boon or bust: Technology and adult professional learning. Session presented at meeting of University Council for Educational Administration, Indianapolis, IN.
  7. Beck, D., LaFrance, J., & Richardson, J. W. (2013, October). Virtual school leadership: Success and challenges. Paper presented at presentation at the meeting of Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Anaheim, CA.
  8. Richardson, J. W., Sauers, N., & McLeod, S. (2013, April).  Technology-inclined superintendents: Fluctuating identities, progressive dispositions. Paper to be presentated at the meeting of American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.
  9. Richardson, J. W., Nash, J., & Theam, S. (2013, March). Selecting and managing research consultants: Tips for consultants and NGOs in developing countries. Paperto be presented at the meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, New Orleans, LA.
  10. Richardson, J. W., Nash, J., & Theam, S. (2013, March). ICT readiness in three upper secondary schools in Cambodia. Paper to be at the meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, New Orleans, LA.
  11. Richardson, J. W., Flora, K., Bathon, J .B., & Lewis, W. D. (2012, November).  Can the technology standards provide a path forward?  Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Denver, CO.
  12. McLeod, S., Sauers, N., Richardson, J. W., Bathon, J., & Nash, J. (2012, November).  Boost your productivity: Ten tech tools in ten minutes.  Session conducted at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Denver, CO.
  13. Richardson, J. W., & Sauers, N. (2012, November).  Large scale 1:1 laptop projects: What we know and what we don't.  Paper presented at the  meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Denver, CO.
  14. Richardson, J. W., Sauers, N., & McLeod, S. (2012, November). Dispositions of technology-savvy superintendents. Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Denver, CO.
  15. Nash, J., Bathon, J, Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2012, April). Technology leadership is just good leadership. Paper presentation at the conference of the International Symposium on Educational Reform, Lexington, KY.
  16. Richardson, J. W., Flora, K., Sauers, N., McLeod, S., Kannan, S., & Sincar, M. (2012, April). Large-scale 1:1 implementations: An international study. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  17. Richardson, J. W., Flora, K., & Imig, S. (2012, April).  Evaluating leadership development through a study abroad experience. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  18. Richardson, J. W., Sauers, N., & McLeod, S. (2012, April).  Tech savvy school superintendents.  Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Researcher Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  19. Vanderlide, R., Dexter, S., Hollingsworth, H., Richardson, J. W., Bathon, J., Flora, K., Lim, C., Divaharan, S., & Vanbraak, J. (2012, April).  Technology leadership for successful technology integration in education: In-depth studies throughout the world.  Session conducted at the meeting of the American Educational Researcher Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  20. Militello, M., Friend, J., Janson, C., Parikh, S., Nash, J., Guajardo, M., Guajardo, F., Valadez, M., Oliver, J., Rodriguez, G., Richardson, J. W., McLeod, S., & Bathon, J. (2012, April). The effective use of technology in principal preparation programs: Perspectives of educational leadership candidates and faculty. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  21. Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2012, March). 10 ways to improve your technology leadership.  Session conducted at the meeting of Kentucky Society for Technology in Education, Louisville, KY.
  22. Richardson, J. W., Bathon, J. M., Nash, J., & McLeod, S. (2011, December). Preparing school leaders in a digital era. Session conducted at the meeting of AdvanceEd Innovation Summit, Lexington, KY.
  23. Richardson, J. W., Bathon, J. M., & McLeod, S. (2011, November). Response: Studies of technology tool usage are not enough. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Pittsburgh, PA. 
  24. Bathon, J., & Richardson, J. W. (2011, November). The concerning legal landscape of virtual schools. Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Pittsburgh, PA.
  25. Sauers, N., Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2011, November). Lessons learned:  An analysis of “tech-savvy” superintendent traits. Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Pittsburgh, PA.
  26. Richardson, J. W., Bathon, J., McLeod, S., & Nash, J. (2011, November). CASTLE symposium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Pittsburgh, PA.
  27. Richardson, J. W., Flora, K., & Bathon, J. (2011, November). Creating a technology vision in school leaders. Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Pittsburgh, PA.Richardson, J. W. (2011, November). Less developed countries, technology, and school leadership: A winning combination. Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Pittsburgh, PA.
  28. Usher, E. L., Richardson, J. W., & Fanni, F. (2011, September). Towards a new motivational-based model of innovation adoption. Paper presented at the meeting of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Exeter, United Kingdom.
  29. Richardson, J. W., Imig, S., & Ndoye, A. (2011, August). Internationalizing school leadership preparation. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, Portland, OR.
  30. Usher, E. L., & Richardson, J. W. (2011, July). Rethinking motivation in Society 3.0. Paper presented at the meeting of the Kentucky Association of School Administrators, Louisville, KY.
  31. Richardson, J. W., Bathon, J., & Nash, J. (2011, June). Technology leadership for education 3.0. Paper presented at the conference of the International Symposium on Educational Reform, Shanghai, China.
  32. Richardson, J. W., Finholt-Daniel, M., & Sales, G. (2011, May). Online learning and instructional design in Egypt. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, Montreal, Canada.
  33. Bathon, J., Richardson, J. W., Nash, J., Dexter, S., & Sauers, N. (2010, October). CASTLE symposium: Mobile learning. Session conducted at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, New Orleans, LA.
  34. Richardson, J. W., Imig, S., & Ndoye, A. (2010,October). The impact of international experiences on school leaders. Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, New Orleans, LA.
  35. Pakhomov, S., Richardson, J. W., Finholt-Daniel, M., & Sales, G. (2010, September). Forced-alignment and edit-distance scoring for vocabulary tutoring applications.  Paper presented at the meeting of the 13th International Conference on Text, Speech and Dialogue, Brno, Czech Republic.
  36. Richardson, J. W. (2010, June). An analysis of Cambodian teacher trainers and their use of digital technologies. Paper presented at the meeting of the XIV World Congress of Comparative Education Societies, Istanbul, Turkey.
  37. Imig, S., & Richardson, J. W. (2010, June). Fostering diverse perspectives in U.S. school leaders through international exchanges. Paper presented at the meeting of the XIV World Congress of Comparative Education Societies, Istanbul, Turkey.
  38. Brantmeier, E., & Richardson, J. W. (2010, June). A model of technology, peace, and reconciliation: Cambodia and Tibet. Paper presented at meeting of the XIV World Congress of Comparative Education Societies, Istanbul, Turkey.
  39. Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2010, May). How are online degrees for school principals perceived? Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.
  40. Richardson, J. W. (2010, May). Challenges of adopting technology in less developed countries: The case of Cambodia. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.
  41. Ndoye, A., Richardson, J. W., & Imig, S. (2010, April). Assessing the impact of international practicums. Paper presented at the meeting of the Atlantic Assessment Conference, Cary, NC.
  42. Richardson, J. W. (2010, March). Adopting technology in less developed countries: Challenges found in the case of Cambodia. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society, Chicago, IL.
  43. Richardson, J. W. (2010, March). Developing global competencies in U.S. school leaders. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society, Chicago, IL.
  44. Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2009, November). Can principals with online credentials get hired? Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Anaheim, CA.
  45. Richardson, J. W., & Imig, S. (2009, September). Developing global school leaders. Paper presented at the meeting of the North Carolina Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators, Raleigh, NC.
  46. Richardson, J. W. (2009, March). Finding best practices in technology adoption: Measuring factors impacting adoption in Cambodia. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society, Charleston, SC.
  47. Richardson, J. W. (2009, March). Taking the mentor relationship digital. Session presented at the meeting of the University of North Carolina Wilmington Mentoring in the 21st Century Conference, Wilmington, NC.
  48. Richardson, J. W. (2008, October). E-competencies in less developed nations. Paper presented at the meeting of the E-Competencies Conference, Mexico City, Mexico.
  49. Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2008, October). Are we there yet? A study of technology leadership coverage in educational administration journals. Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council of Educational Administration, Orlando, FL.
  50. Sales, G., & Richardson, J. W. (2008, June). Phase I: The First 4,000 Words – Keys to school success. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Institute of Educational Science, Washington, DC.
  51. Richardson, J. W., & Brantmeier, E. J. (2008, March). ICT for peace and reconciliation: Case studies of Cambodia and Tibet. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society, New York, NY.
  52. Richardson, J. W. (2007, November). ICT for peace & reconciliation: Constraints and possibilities in Cambodia. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society Midwest, Chicago, IL.
  53. Richardson, J. W. (2007, February). The adoption of technology training by teacher trainers in Cambodia. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society, Baltimore, MD.
  54. McLeod, S., Richardson, J., & Minnema, E. (2006, October). Data-driven teachers: Results from the statewide DDDM readiness study. Paper presented at the meeting of the Education Minnesota Professional Conference, St. Paul, MN.
  55. Richardson, J. W. (2006, March). Using technology to leapfrog into the knowledge economy: A case study of Cambodia. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society, Honolulu, HI. 
  56. McLeod, S., Hughes, J. E., Brahier, B., & Richardson, J. W. (2005, November). Technology-infused leadership preparation. Innovation session presented at th  meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Nashville, TN.
  57. Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2005, November). Technology leadership in Native American schools. Paper presented at the meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Nashville, TN.
  58. McLeod, S., Hughes, J. E., & Richardson, J. W. (2005, November). UCEA Center for the Advanced Study of Technology Leadership in Education. Session conducted at the meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Nashville, TN.
  59. Richardson, J. W. (2005, October). Technology leadership in Native American schools: Challenges and opportunities. Paper presented at the meeting of T + L 2 (Technology, Leadership, and Learning), Denver, CO.
  60. McLeod, S., Hughes, J. E., Richardson, J. W., Dikkers, A. G., Becker, J., Quinn, D., & Mayrose, J. (2005, April). Building capacity for technology leadership in educational administration preparation programs. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Quebec.
  61. Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2005, March). No longer a dichotomy: Using technology to maintain Native American culture and to prosper in the innovation age. Paper presented at the meeting of the Comparative International Education Society, Palo Alto, CA.
  62. Richardson, J. W. (2004, October). Hitting pay dirt: Taking the International Baccalaureate to Navajo land. Paper presented at the meeting of the 12th World Congress of Comparative Education, Havana, Cuba.
  63. Richardson, J. W. (2001, February). Walking the border: Implications for English Language Learners residing in a bicultural / bilingual setting. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, New Orleans, LA.
  64. Stachowski, L., & Richardson, J. W. (2001, February). Student teachers report on the influence of cultural values on their classroom practice and community involvement: Perspectives from the Navajo Reservation and abroad. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, New Orleans, LA.
  65. Stachowski, L., Dimmet, D., & Richardson, J. W. (2000, February). US student teachers on overseas youth culture: Observations, reflections, and implications for teaching practice. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Orlando, FL.

INVITED / KEYNOTE ADDRESSES
 
  1. Richardson, J. W. (2014, June). School technology leadership: Is there another option? International Seminar on Educational Technology, Semarang, Indonesia.
  2. Richardson, J. W. (2012, June).  Good leaders ARE technology leaders. Invited presentation at International Society for Technology in Education, San Diego, CA
  3. Richardson, J. W., & Nash, J. B. (2012, May). International experiences of integrating ICT into general education. Invited presentation at the Symposium on ICT in Upper Secondary Education: Successes and Challenges, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
  4. Nash, J., & Richardson, J. W. (2012, March). Seminar on school technology leadership. Invited two-day workshop leader at the University of Malaya. Kuala Lumpur.
  5. McLeod, S., & Richardson, J. W. (2012, February). Leadership for a changing world.  Invited two-day workshop leader at 2012 American School of Bombay Unplugged. Mumbai, India.
  6. Usher, E. L., & Richardson, J. W. (2011, March). Rethinking motivation in Society 3.0: Enhancing personal and collective agency. Invited keynote lecture presented at the Red Conference: Rethinking Education in the Knowledge Society. Ascona, Switzerland.
  7. Richardson, J. W. (2010, December). What should I look for if I want to take an online course and how can I improve the online courses I create? Paper presented at 2010 Innovation Summit. AdvancedEd, Lexington, KY.
  8. Bathon, J., & Richardson, J. W. (2010, December). Technology leadership for school transformation. Session hosted at 2010 Innovation Summit. AdvancedEd, Lexington, KY.
  9. Richardson, J. W. (2010, May). Best practices in online learning: Infusing online learning into traditional teacher/ leadership preparation programs. Presentation given to faculty in the School of Education at the University of Colorado, Fort Collins, CO.
  10. Richardson, J. W. (2010, April). Can principals with online credentials get a job? Paper presented at 2010 Research Speaks at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, NC.