Robbins, J., King, J., Gall, S.M., & Tyner, S.M. (2013) “Men Belong: Developing networking opportunities for male teachers to promote recruitment and retention. Accepted for presentation at 2013 National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Annual Conference and Expo, Washington D.C., November 20-23
Tyner, S.M. (2013) Dissertation Research, Poster presented at 2013 ’s 45th Annual Meeting of the New England Education Research Organization, Portsmouth, NH, April 17-19.
Tyner, S.M. (2012) “Unexpected Males: Parents interpret male participation in communities of feminized practice in early education and care contexts.” Paper presented at 2012 National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Annual Conference and Expo, Atlanta, Georgia, November 7-10.
Tyner, S.M. (2010) “Beyond a biomedical perspective: Parents add to the discourse on Autism Spectrum Disorders following a child’s diagnosis” Poster presented at 109th annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. New Orleans, LA, November 18-21.
Tyner, S.M. & Galman, S.G. (2009) “I wasn’t expecting to see a man”: Male involvement in early education settings. Paper accepted for invited panel at 108th annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Philadelphia, PA, December 2-6.
Galman, S., Nappi, T., & Tyner, S.M. (2007). “And then we threw out the Barbies:” Critical masculinities, identities and equity in primary level and early childhood settings. Paper presented at the 106th annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington, D.C., November 28-December 2.
Tyner, S.M. (2007). The project approach in the early childhood classroom. The Lally School of Education, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY, March 14.
Tyner, S.M. (2006). The constructivist classroom: Inspirations from the Reggio Emilia approach. The Lally School of Education, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY, October, 9.
Autism Spectrum Disorder: Strategies for Supporting Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Early Childhood Classroom. August 2010, Smith College Center for Early Childhood Education at Fort Hill, Northampton, MA
A Combined Approach to Supporting Children with Challenging Behaviors and Their Families, Teachers, and Caregivers. August 2009, Smith College Center for Early Childhood Education at Fort Hill, Northampton, MA
Understanding Challenging Behavior in Young Children, April 2009, Amherst Montessori School, Amherst, MA
Writing Multidisciplinary Evaluation Reports: Strategies for Early Childhood Professionals. Professional Development Series, November 2005, Capital District Beginnings, Inc., Albany, NY
From the Beginning: Preschool Quality Indicators Professional Development Series, New York State Education Department, July 2004, Binghamton and Niagara Falls, NY
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