Dr. Lucinda Kramer

Memberships

  • Council for Exceptional Children
  • National Association of the Education for Young Children

Publications

  • Barrera, I.. (2012). Using Skilled Dialogue to Transform Challenging Interactions: Part II- Strategies and Implementation.
  • Barrera, I.. (2012). Using Skilled Dialogue to Transform Challenging Interactions: Part I- Target Qualities and Critical Dispositions.
  • Kramer, L. (2012). Relationships and Paradigm Shifts: Exploring Dispositions to Engender Loving. Joyful, Compassionate Partnerships with Parents. Council of Exceptional Children- Young Exceptional Children Monograph Series, 14: 12-24.
  • Barrera, I. And Kramer, L.. (2017). Skilled dialogue: Authentic communication and collaboration across diverse perspectives.
  • Barrera, I., Macpherson, D.. (2012). Skilled Dialogue: Strategies for responding to cultural diversity in early childhood, Second Edition.

Presentations

  • Kramer, L. (2018). Teachers-Dispositions and Professional Commitment to Working With Diverse Families. Conference presented at the California Head Start Association – 2018 Annual Conference, Costa Mesa, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2017). The Power of the Other and the Power of Paradox: Mentoring on Steroids. Conference presented at the University of New Mexico Mentoring Institute, ABQ, NM.
  • Kramer, L. (2016). Paradox and 3rd Space: The Forgotten Elements in Successful Mentoring. Conference presented at the University of New Mexico Mentoring Institute, ABQ, NM.
  • Kramer, L. (2015). Using the Skilled Dialogue Dashboard to Support Mentoring of Teacher Mentors. Conference presented at the 8th Annual Mentoring Conference, University of New Mexico, ABQ, NM.
  • Kramer, L. (2015). Compassionate Collaboration: Concretely Crafting Social Justice and Equity with Families and Children. Conference presented at the DEC International Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  • Kramer, L. (2012). Skilled Dialogue Institute- Lady of the Lake University. Paper presented at the , San Antonio, TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2012). Stuck in Dualistic Thinking? Leveraging the Strengths of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Perspectives. Paper presented at the , Las Vegas, NV.
  • Kramer, L. (2012). Skilled Dialogue. Paper presented at the , Miami, FL.
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Who Is Really Teaching Your Child? 1:1 Paraprofessionals: Critical Link to IEP. Paper presented at the , Atlanta, GA.
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Collaboration & Behavioral Support: Supporting Interactions with Families. Paper presented at the , Denton, TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Thinking in Threes: Honoring and Leveraging the Strengths of Culturally Linguistically Diverse Perspectives. Paper presented at the , Austin, TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Data Mining: Disaggregating SLO Data. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Giving Voice to Families: Addressing Their Real Needs. Conference presented at the , Nashville, TN..
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Skilled Dialogue: Helping Educators Support Diverse Identities and Voices in the Classroom. Conference presented at the , New Orleans, LA.
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Nurturing the Development of Positive Teacher Dispositions through Structured Instructional Engagement. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Writing Federal Grant Proposal: Collaborative Approach. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Parent participation the elusive link: Critical dispositions for collaborative relationships with diverse families. Conference presented at the , Glenside, PA.
  • Kramer, L. (2011). Collaboration & Behavioral Support: Supporting Interactions with Families. Paper presented at the , Denton, TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2010). Embracing Differences: Leveraging Cultural Literacy for Successful Inclusion and Learning. Paper presented at the , Denver, CO.
  • Kramer, L. (2010). Transforming Interactions: Crafting Collaborative Relationships with All Families. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2010). Critical Dispositions for Transforming Challenging Interactions with Families. Poster presented at the , Kansas City, MO.
  • Kramer, L. (2010). Student Learning Improvement. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2010). SOE SAC Assessment Workshop Sessions I & II. Paper presented at the , National University, Spectrum.
  • Kramer, L. (2010). Relationships & Stage Setting: The Role of Skilled Dialogue in Becoming a Passionate and Effective Teacher. Paper presented at the , Kansas City, MO.
  • Kramer, L. (2010). High Quality Preschools-Workforce Development Indicators of Excellence. Paper presented at the , Costa Mesa, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2010). Signature Assignments. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2010). Skilled Dialogue: Helping Teachers Support Dispositions towards Diverse Identities and Voices. Paper presented at the , Chicago, IL.
  • Kramer, L. (2009). Skilled Dialogue in Early Childhood Mental Health: Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Care Initiative. Paper presented at the Anschutz Medical Campus, Denver, CO.
  • Kramer, L. (2009). Crafting Collaborative Inclusive Practice in Diverse EC Settings. Paper presented at the , Albuquerque, NM.
  • Kramer, L. (2009). Serving Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Young Children and Families. Paper presented at the , Milwaukee, WI.
  • Kramer, L. (2009). Responding to Family Diversity: ECI Providers and Program Administrators. Paper presented at the , San Marcos, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2009). Diversity in Early Intervention: Home and Site-based Dialogue. Paper presented at the , San Marcos, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2009). Serving Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Young Children and Families. Paper presented at the , Chicago, IL.
  • Kramer, L. (2009). Ensuring Responsive Instruction for Culturally/Linguistically Diverse Students with LD. Poster presented at the , Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). Inclusive Settings: Using Skilled Dialogues with Families and Providers- Serving Linguistically, Culturally and Developmentally Diverse Children. Paper presented at the , Dallas , TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). Setting the Stage for Miracles: Open a Window of Possibility (POSTER). Poster presented at the , Dallas, TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). Setting the Stage for Miracles: Challenging Behaviors and Skilled Dialogue. Paper presented at the , Minneapolis, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). Transforming Educator's Interactions with Families. Paper presented at the , Austin, TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). Mentoring Strategies for Early Childhood Coaches. Paper presented at the , Denver, CO.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). More than Cookies and Hugs: Grandparents Raising Young Grandchildren. Paper presented at the , Long Beach, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). Students with LD: Cultural Literacy and Academic Performance. Paper presented at the , Chicago, IL.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). Skilled Dialogue-Setting the Stage: Acknowledging and Accessing Family Strengths. Paper presented at the , Denton, TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). Think Inclusively! Tapping Students Cultural Literacy to Increase Academic Performance. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2008). Leveraging Students Cultural Literacy to Address Challenging Behaviors. Paper presented at the , Colorado Springs, CO.
  • Kramer, L. (2007). Tips for Parents: Paraprofessional- Bridge or Barrier to IEP Accountability. Paper presented at the , Seattle, WA.
  • Kramer, L. (2007). Helping Teachers Advocate for Diverse Identities and Voices. Paper presented at the , Chicago, IL.
  • Kramer, L. (2007). Reframing Differences: Strategies for Respectful, Reciprocal & Responsive Interactions with Diverse Children & Families. Paper presented at the , Victoria, Australia.
  • Kramer, L. (2007). Skilled Dialogue in Family Health: A Tool for Honoring Diverse Identities, Voices and Connections. Paper presented at the , Cheyenne, WY.
  • Kramer, L. (2007). Building on Student Strengths: Leveraging Cultural Literacy to Increase Academic Performance. Paper presented at the , Irvine, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2007). Challenging Behaviors: A Bridge for the RSP Teacher. Paper presented at the , San Francisco, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2006). Thinking in Threes: Skilled Dialogue Applications to Clinical Reasoning and Practice. Paper presented at the , Albuquerque, NM.
  • Kramer, L. (2006). Conflict and Mediation: Using Skillled Dialogue to Facilitate Positive Outcomes Across Differences. Paper presented at the , Minneapolis, MN.
  • Kramer, L. (2006). Is a Nonpublic School Setting Right for Your Child?. Paper presented at the , Northridge, CA.
  • Kramer, L. (2006). Skilled Dialogue and Challenging Behavior. Paper presented at the , Houston, TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2005). Strategies for Respect, Responsive Assessment & Instructional Strategies for Students with Special Needs. Paper presented at the , Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Kramer, L. (2005). Challenging Behaviors: From Judgment to Respect, Reciprocity, and Responsiveness. Paper presented at the , Portland, OR.
  • Kramer, L. (2005). No Culture Left Behind: Preparing Teachers to Leverage Cultural Literacy to Increase Children's Learning Skills. Paper presented at the , San Antonio, TX.
  • Kramer, L. (2005). Multicultural Summit: Chairs of Division Diversity Committees (Panelist). Paper presented at the , Salt Lake City, UT.
Dr. Lucinda Kramer

Contact Information

Dr. Lucinda Kramer

College: Sanford College of Education

Department: Special Education

Academic Program Director: Master of Arts in Special Education

lkramer@nu.edu

(714) 429-5132

Costa Mesa Campus

Education

University of New Mexico - PHD - Special Education