Presentations

National & International Conference Presentations (Peer Reviewed)

Morgan, H., & Lee. G. (2017). Egyptian Children’s Use of Technology. Paper presented at the Institute for Global Education Diplomacy, April 20-22, 2017. Washington, D.C.

Lee. G., Hwang, E. J., & Morgan, H. (2017). Strategies That work to Prevent Children’s Computer Gaming Addiction. Research presented at the Institute for Global Education Diplomacy, April 20-22, 2017. Washington, D.C.

Morgan, H. (2016). Virtual Schools: The New Way to Receive Instruction. Research presented at the Global Summit on Childhood, March 31 – April 3, 2016. San José, Costa Rica.

Morgan, H. (2015). From Mediocrity to Excellence: Finland’s School Reform Movement Made the Difference. Research presented at the Organization of Educational Historians Annual Conference, September 25-26, 2015. Chicago, Illinois.

Morgan, H. (2015). Learning From One of the Best: Finland’s Education System. Paper presented at the Institute for Global Education Diplomacy, March 5-8, 2015. Washington, D.C.

Morgan, H. (2014). Teaching Children the “Real” Story: Oppositional Children’s Literature, 1920-1940. Research presented at the Organization of Educational Historians Annual Conference, September 26-27, 2014. Chicago, Illinois. Click Here to View Video.

Morgan, H. (2014). Helping Struggling Learners to Improve in Literacy with Digital Storytelling. Presented at the International Reading Association Annual Convention. May 9-12, 2014. New Orleans, Louisiana. Click Here to View Video.

Morgan, H. (2014). Creating Digital Stories Helps Students with Reading and Writing. Research presented at the Global Summit on Childhood, April 10-13, 2014. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Morgan, H. (2013). Oppositional Children’s Books Published Between 1920 and 1940. Paper presented at the Organization of Educational Historians Annual Conference, October 4-5, 2013. Chicago, Illinois.

Morgan, H. (2013). Multimodal E-Books Can Lead Children to Positive Learning Outcomes in Reading. Presented at the International Reading Association Annual Convention, April 19-22, 2013. San Antonio, Texas. Click Here to View Video.

Morgan, H. (2013). Using Differentiated Instruction to Enhance Learning. Research presented at the Institute for Global Education Diplomacy, April 17-20, 2013. Washington, D.C.

Morgan, H. (2012). George S. Counts: A Founder of the Social Reconstructionist Movement. Paper presented at the Organization of Educational Historians Annual Conference, October 5-6, 2012. Chicago, Illinois.

Morgan, H. (2012). The Power of Read-Alouds to Enhance Motivation, Vocabulary, and Reading Comprehension. Presented at the International Reading Association Annual Convention, April 29 – May 2, 2012. Chicago, Illinois. Click Here to View Video.

Morgan, H. (2012). Cyberbullying Can Be Controlled if Educators and Parents Know What To Do. Research presented at the Association for Childhood Education Annual International Conference, March 28-31, 2012. Washington, D.C. Click Here to View Video.

Morgan, H. (2011). William Heard Kilpatrick: A Pioneer of the Child-Centered Movement. Paper presented at the Organization of Educational Historians Annual Conference, October 7-8, 2011. Chicago, Illinois. Click Here to View Video.

Morgan, H. (2011). Modeling the Top Countries in Education Can Eliminate Inequalities in American Schools. Research presented at the Association for Childhood Education International Annual Conference, April 13-16, 2011. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Morgan, H. (2011). Handheld Wireless Technologies in Elementary and Middle Schools: Advantageous or Disadvantageous? Research presented at the Association for Childhood Education International Annual Conference, April 13-16, 2011. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Morgan, H. (2011). A Tipi Next to a Totem Pole: The Inaccurate Portrayal of Native Americans in Children’s Literature. Research presented at the Society for the Study of Curriculum History Annual Meeting, April 7-8 2011. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Morgan, H. (2010). Providing a Fair Education for Arab Students in American Schools. Research presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education Annual Conference, November 3-6, 2010. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Morgan, H. (2010). The Ed.D. Degree: What is the Controversy All About? Paper presented at the Organization of Educational Historians Annual Conference, September 17-18, 2010. Chicago, Illinois.

Morgan, H. (2010).Exploring the Depiction of Minority Groups in the U.S. in Children’s Books. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Annual International Conference, February 28 – March 5, 2010. Chicago, Illinois.

Morgan, H. (2009). Using Food to Teach Young Learners Geography and Cultural Diversity. Presented at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, November 13-15, 2009. Atlanta, Georgia.

Morgan, H. (2009). Using Biographies for Young Learners to Teach Multiple Perspectives. Paper presented for the International Assembly of NCSS (National Council for the Social Studies) Annual Conference, November 13-15, 2009. Atlanta, Georgia.

Morgan, H. (2009). A Historical Look at the Changing Attitudes Towards Cultural Minorities in Children’s Books. Paper presented at the Organization of Educational Historians Annual Conference, September 18-19, 2009. Chicago, Illinois.

Morgan, H. (2009).A Comparative Look at the Misrepresentation of the Middle East in American School Textbooks. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Annual International Conference, March 22-26, 2009. Charleston, South Carolina.

Morgan, H. (2009). A Critical Component of Multicultural Education: Respecting the Communication and Learning Styles of Different Students to Educate All To Move Forward. Presented at the Association for Childhood Education International Annual Conference, March 18-21, 2009. Chicago, Illinois.

Morgan, H. (2008). Creating Cultural Awareness and Teaching Acceptance Through the Use of Culturally Sensitive Children’s Books. Presented at the Spirit Of Safety Conference, November 10-12, 2008. Jackson, Mississippi.

Morgan, H. (2008). Implementing a Crucial Aspect of Multicultural Education: How to Use Children’s Books to Reach Every Child’s Potential. Presented at the Association for Childhood Education International Annual Conference, March 26-29, 2008. Atlanta, Georgia.

Regional & State Conference Presentations (Peer Reviewed)

Morgan, H. (2013). Creating Blogs to Help Students Learn. Paper presented at the Mid-South Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, November 6-8, 2013. Pensacola, Florida.

Morgan, H. (2011). What Teachers, Parents, and Schools Can Do to Prevent Cyberbullying. Paper presented at the Mid-South Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, November 2-4, 2011. Oxford, Mississippi.

Morgan, H. (2009). Teaching Multiple Perspectives with Children’s Biographies. Paper presented at the Mid-South Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, November 4-6, 2009. Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Morgan, H. (2008). Teaching Strategies Reflecting the Culture and Learning Styles of Native American Students. Paper presented at the Mid-South Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, November 5-7, 2008. Knoxville, Tennessee.

Morgan, H. (2008). How to Select Diverse Children’s Books that Reach All Learners. Research presented for The Center for Excellence in Literacy Instruction at the 1st Annual Reading Conference, March 3, 2008. Oxford, Mississippi.

Morgan, H. (2008). Culturally Sensitive Children’s Books: Why They Are So Important Today. Paper presented at the Louisiana Education Research Association Annual Meeting, February 28-29, 2008. Lafayette, Louisiana.

Other Presentations (Invited)

Morgan, H. (2014). Cyberbullying Can Be Controlled if Educators and Parents Know What to Do. Presented for the Safe Schools and Communities Symposium at the University of Southern Mississippi on February 27, 2014.

Morgan, H. (2013). Teaching Diverse Students with Differentiated Instruction. Research presented for the Teaching Forum at the University of Southern Mississippi on September 20, 2013. The Southern Miss Teaching Forum is a faculty led initiative designed to offer new ways to improve teaching and enliven the classroom. Click Here to View Video.

Morgan, H. (2011). Cyberbullying: What Schools, Parents, and Teachers Can Do to Prevent It. Webinar presented for Kappa Delta Pi on October 26, 2011. Kappa Delta Pi’s eChapter Webinars are free, topical presentations for educators developed to keep them current in the field and connected to one another.