Virtual School Meanderings

May 19, 2022

RRE Volume 47 (2023) Call for Proposals: The Science of Learning and Development

It would be interesting to see some K-12 distance, online and/or blended learning focused submissions for this call.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

The Science of Learning and Development

Review of Research in Education (RRE)

Volume 47 (2023)

 

 

Educational and developmental science are at a pivotal moment globally, one fraught with challenges but rich with potential. Educational and social disparities, structural inequities, and the legacies of colonization that challenge many societies have been and will be exacerbated by the impacts of pandemics; global warming; ethnocentric nationalism; attempts to sustain the social, economic, and cultural privilege of a select few; and disrupting economic change. Whereas these challenges are profound, they occur at a time when we know a great deal about both the drivers of inequities and ill-being and the potential for thriving and how to promote thriving. Although we now know a great deal, what we know is limited by epistemological and methodological limitations as well as by intellectual silos, both in education research and across education research, developmental research, and other disciplines and domains.

 

Please see here for the full call and information on how to submit.

 

Deadline to submit proposals: June 1, 2022

 

Editors:

Vivian Gadsden (General Editors)

David Osher (General Editors)

Carol D. Lee (Volume 2023)

Richard Lerner (Volume 2023)

 

 
American Educational Research Association

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Suite 1200

Washington, DC 20005

(202) 238-3200

www.aera.net

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