Investigating the intersection of bilingual, social justice, and computing education. Research Assistant with the National Science Foundation funded project, Participating in Literacies and Computer Science (PiLaCS).
Former bilingual teacher and practitioner in the field of innovative digital “out-of-school-time” programs for youth.
My research focuses on how K-12 emergent bilingual students leverage their diverse translanguaging practices as they interface with computer science learning. I work in collaboration with researchers at CUNY and NYU-Steinhardt as well as teachers at three middle schools in Washington Heights in a project called Participating in Literacies and Computer Science (PiLaCS).
…in formal and informal K-12 learning environments
BA: Urban Studies, Columbia College, Columbia University, 2009
Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings
Vogel, S., Santo, R., & Ching, D. (2017). Visions of Computer Science Education: Unpacking Arguments for and Projected Impacts of CS4All Initiatives. In Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Science Education. Seattle, WA: ACM.
Vogel, S., Hoadley, C., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., & Menken, K. (2019). The Role of Translanguaging in Computational Literacies: Documenting Middle School Bilinguals’ Practices in Computer Science Integrated Units. In Proceedings of ACM SIG Computer Science Education (SIGCSE’19). Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Book Chapters in Edited Volumes
Vogel, S., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., & García O. (forthcoming). An Expanded View of Translanguaging: Leveraging the Dynamic Interactions Between a Young Multilingual Writer and Machine Translation Software. In Choi, J., Ollerhead, S., & French, M. (Eds.), Plurilingualism in Learning and Teaching: Complexities Across Contexts. Routledge.
Vogel, S. & García, O. (forthcoming). Translanguaging. In Noblit, G. (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Vogel, S., & Perry, J. (forthcoming). We Got This: Toward a Facilitator-Youth Apprenticeship Approach to Supporting Collaboration and Design Challenges in Youth-Designed Mobile Location-Based Games. In S. Arafeh, D. Herro, C. Holden, & R. Ling (Eds.), Mobile Technologies: Perspectives on Policy and Practice. Information Age Publishing.
García, O., Velasco, P. Menken, K. & Vogel, S. (forthcoming). Doing dual language bilingual education in the Big Apple. In Arias, M.B., Fee, M. (Eds.) Perspectives on Dual Language Programs. Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics.
Espinosa, C., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., & Vogel, S. (2016). A Translanguaging Pedagogy for Writing: A CUNY-NYSIEB Guide for Educators. New York: CUNY- New York State Initiative on Emergent Bilinguals. Retrieved from http://www.cuny-nysieb.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/TLG-Pedagogy-Writing-04-15-16.pdf