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April 30, 2017

AERA17 Insider – Sunday, April 30, 2017

The AERA update for today…

AERA17 Insider
April 30, 2017

Welcome to the fourth day of the AERA Annual Meeting. Each morning, AERA17 Insider will provide tips on key sessions and events, as well as other Annual Meeting resources and highlights you won’t want to miss.

Join the conversation: Use the conference hashtag #AERA17, and follow AERA on Twitter at@AERA_EdResearch.

Questions? Contact the AERA Meetings team at annualmtg@aera.net.

In this Issue:

A Town Hall Meeting on the Role of AERA as a Research Organization in Socially Challenging Times


Social Justice in Education Award Lecture


Former Presidents Respond to Annual Meeting Theme


Conversations Around the Collection and Use of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data


Toward Democratic Possibilities: Another Kind of Public Education Revisited


Data Sharing and Research Transparency at the Stage of Journal Publishing


Research, Statistics, and Data: The Vital Role of the Institute of Education Sciences in Retrospect and Prospect


Education Unbordered: Immigrant, Refugee, Detained, and Undocumented Children and Families


Racial Conciliation, Interest Convergence, and the Role of Education and Schooling


Technology, Digital Media, and Implications for Learning Sciences


Opportunities for Federal Research Funding: Institute of Education Sciences, National Science Foundation, and National Institutes of Health


Promising Scholarship in Education Research: Dissertation Fellows and Their Studies


Today’s Live-Streaming Sessions


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Speakers’ Corner

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! A Conversation About Education Research Careers Outside the University
Speaker: Gerald E. Sroufe (AERA)
10:00 a.m.
Exhibit Hall, AERA Booth

Marching for Education Science: A Participating AERA Member’s Perspective
Speaker: Kenji Hakuta (Stanford University)
12:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hall, AERA Booth

Advocating for Education Research in District Offices
Speakers: Juliane Baron (AERA) and Christy Talbot (AERA)
2:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hall, AERA Booth


Resources


2017 Annual Meeting Sponsors

AERA would like to extend a special thank you to our 2017 sponsors:

Platinum Sponsors
– American Institutes for Research
– Routledge

Gold Sponsor
– SAGE Publishing

Bronze Sponsors
– AccessLex
– IDRA
– National Institute of Education, Singapore
– NORC at the University of Chicago

Reception Sponsor
– UTSA





Today’s Highlights

A Town Hall Meeting on the Role of AERA as a Research Organization in Socially Challenging Times

4:05 p.m. – 5:35 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Meeting Room Level, Room 220 – Cantilever

Link to Session

Session participants include Vivian L. Gadsden (University of Pennsylvania), Jeannie Oakes (University of California – Los Angeles), and Deborah Loewenberg Ball (University of Michigan – Ann Arbor).

Social Justice in Education Award Lecture

6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Grand Hyatt San Antonio
Fourth Floor
Texas Ballroom Salon E
Session Hashtag:#AERASJ

Link to Session

The Social Justice in Education Award Lecture will be delivered by Estela M. Bensimon (University of Southern California) and will center around the paper “Making Higher Education Just.”

Former Presidents Respond to Annual Meeting Theme
12:25 p.m. – 1:55 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level
Room 302 A&B

Link to Session

The session is designed as a venue for former AERA presidents to offer perspectives and insights on the 2017 theme, Knowledge to Action: 
Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity. Presidents from the past three decades will provide brief commentaries on the issues raised in the theme and the role AERA can play in shaping the future of educational research. By situating former struggles and their complexities, former presidents will discuss the challenges and promises inherent within educational research, practice, policy. Session participants include James Banks (University of Washington- Seattle), Linda Darling-Hammond (Learning Policy Institute), Frank Farley (Temple University), Kris Gutierrez (University of California – Berkeley), Gloria Ladson-Billings (University of Wisconsin – Madison), Carol Lee (Northwestern University), Jeannie Oakes (University of California – Los Angeles), Barbara Schneider (Michigan State University), Catherine Snow (Harvard University), William Tate (Washington University in St. Louis), and William Tierney (University of Southern California).

Conversations Around the Collection and Use of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data
8:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, Room 302 A&B

Link to Session

Increasingly, data are gathered on sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI). For example, federal data collection agencies have listed guidelines for how to ask about SOGI, and some agencies (e.g., CDC) release individual-level data on youth sexual orientation. The National Center for Education Statistics is beginning to include SOGI items in its High School Longitudinal Study (HSLS). Research societies and scientific associations are examining the best methods to collect sexual orientation and gender identity from members. As these data collection efforts proliferate and evolve, this panel will discuss topics including (a) the history of federal interagency efforts to include SOGI item guidance, (b) the development of the new SOGI items in HSLS, (c) best practices for SOGI data collection, (d) considerations around ensuring SOGI data validity with large datasets, and (e) how research societies are capturing and collecting gender identity. Following the panelists’ presentations, the audience will have time to engage panelists in a Q&A session. Session participants include Joseph Cimpian (New York University), Elise Christopher (NCES/IES), Emily Greytak (GLSEN), and sj Miller (NYU Steinhardt – The Metropolitan Center).

Toward Democratic Possibilities: Another Kind of Public Education Revisited
10:35 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, Room 301 A&B

Link to Session

This session will address critical issues related to students’ experiences within the larger context of feminist ideologies, racial theories, and practical realities of schooling. Drawing upon epistemologies and frameworks addressing questions of equality and equity, participants will focus on multiple questions, among them, the representation and empirical study of gender in educational research, the role of teaching, knowledge production and learning, and the consequences of gendered identities for students in school and society. Session participants include Patricia Hill Collins (University of Maryland – College Park), Joseph Cimpian (New York University), Kimberly Scott (Arizona State University), and Anthony Brown (The University of Texas at Austin).

Data Sharing and Research Transparency at the Stage of Journal Publishing
10:35 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Meeting Room Level
Room 220-Cantilever

Link to Session

Session participants include Victoria Stodden (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Mark Berends (University of Notre Dame & AERJ Co-Editor), Arthur Lupia (University of Michigan), Carolyn Herrington (Florida State University & ER Co-Editor), and Margaret Levenstein (ICPSR).

Research, Statistics, and Data: The Vital Role of the Institute of Education Sciences in Retrospect and Prospect
10:35 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level
Room 302 A&B

Link to Session

Session participants include Thomas Brock (IES), Peggy Carr (NCES/IES), Susanna Loeb (Stanford University), Michael McPherson (The Spencer Foundation), and Larry Hedges (Northwestern University).

Education Unbordered: Immigrant, Refugee, Detained, and Undocumented Children and Families
12:25 p.m. – 1:55 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, 301 A&B

Link to Session

This session will focus on the individual and collective issues associated with immigration, refugee, detained, and undocumented children and families. How do we imagine schools as boundless in the context they engage and the opportunities they can afford for all children, and especially for children who enter the country? What is the status of research and how is it informing change for these children and their families? What is the role of schools, and what is needed in policy and practice to mediate the hardship and complexity of both the process and effect of policies? How are borders made more permeable and open for schools to effect change? Session participants include Saskia Sassen (Columbia University) and Rogelio Saenz (The University of Texas at San Antonio).

Racial Conciliation, Interest Convergence, and the Role of Education and Schooling
2:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, 302 A&B

Link to Session

This session will examine the role of education research and practice within the context of current debates around race and racial equity. It will address three questions: Is it possible to measure racial progress and chart a path toward further progress? Are racial conciliation and interest convergence panaceas to quell discontent and to avoid difficult issues, or are they viable pathways to promote access and justice? What is the role of educational research, practice, and policy in this discussion? Session participants include James Earl Davis (Temple University), Stella M. Flores (New York University), and Daniel Losen (University of California – Los Angeles).

Technology, Digital Media, and Implications for Learning Sciences
2:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, 301 A&B

Link to Session

This session will focus on emerging technologies and their uses in epistemological framings, teaching, and the construction of knowledge. Technology and digital media have the potential to play a powerful role in shaping educational research, practice and policy. This power is evident when we consider how recent social movements have developed. Current complexities such as the digital divide will be considered in terms of how technology and digital media both afford and constrain teaching and learning. The session will consider how we can harness technology and digital media developments to the benefit of a more equitable educational agenda? Session participants include James Paul Gee (Arizona State University) and Louis M. Gomez (University of California – Los Angeles).

Opportunities for Federal Research Funding: Institute of Education Sciences, National Science Foundation, and National Institutes of Health
2:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, Room 303 A&B

Link to Session

Session participants include Elizabeth R. Albro (U.S. Department of Education), Evan Heit (National Science Foundation), and James A. Griffin (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development).

Promising Scholarship in Education Research: Dissertation Fellows and Their Studies
12:55 p.m. – 1:55 p.m.
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Ballroom Level, Hemisfair Ballroom 2

Be sure to come visit this exciting poster session and hear about the studies of dissertation fellows!

Today’s Live-Streaming Sessions

 


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“Knowledge to Action: Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity”
Thursday, April 27 – Monday, May 1, 2017
San Antonio, Texas


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