Students as Organic Intellectuals: Creating Communicative Communities Over Time”, Presented at Launch of the Paulo and Nita Freire International Project for Critical Pedagogy, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, March 13-14, 2008

“Hidden Transcripts and the Arts of Resistance: Locating Student Empowerment in the Work of James C. Scott,” Co-Presented with 3 students and the school cleaner at the First Annual Equity and Social Justice Conference, Stockton College, N.J, April 28, 2007

“Re-Casting Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales in the Urban Classroom” Co-Presented with 3 students at the 47th Greater Metropolitan New York Social Studies Conference, February 2006, Brooklyn, NY

“How Can Urban Students Become Writers?” Workshop conducted at the 102nd Middle States Regional Conference on Social Studies, February 2005, Atlantic City, NJ.

“One Mic: Engaging Hip Hop and Popular Culture in the Social Studies Classroom” Co-Presented with 3 students at the 100th Middle States Regional Conference on Social Studies, Brooklyn, February 28, 2004

"Dialogue and Discovery in a Constructivist Classroom.” Presented at the 5th Annual Meeting of the International Assembly of Social Educators of the National Council
For The Social Studies Conference", Anaheim, CA, November 1998

"Crossing Swords: The Student Critical Thinking Magazine", Presented at the 77th NCSS Annual Conference, Cincinnati, November 1997

“Dialogue and Discovery: Critical Applications of the Socratic Method” Presented at the 1997 Critical Thinking Retreat, Ashland University, WI. July 1997.

"Dialogue and Discovery in the Polyglotic Classroom" Presented at the Twelfth International Conference on Critical Thinking and Educational Reform, Sonoma State Univ., California, August 9-12, 1992

“Why Multi-Cultural Literacy and Awareness of Differences in Learning Styles is Vital to Educational and Community Growth”, Panelist at First National Conference on Instructional Applications of Critical Thinking, Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, February, 1991

“Rethinking The Socratic Method: A Philosophical Analysis” presented at the Ninth Annual International Conference on Critical Thinking, Sonoma State University, California, August, 1989