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November 22, 2021

You’re Invited to the AERA 2021 Awards Virtual Celebration–Tuesday, Dec. 7

The second of two items from the American Educational Research Association.

AERA 2021 Awards Virtual Celebration. Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 6:00-7:30 PM EST. You are invited to honor the 2021 AERA Award Winners.
HOSTED BY

Felice J. Levine
AERA Executive Director

Na’ilah Suad Nasir
AERA President, Spencer Foundation

HONORING 2021 AWARD WINNERS  

Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award
Carol D. Lee, Northwestern University

Distinguished Public Service Award
Congressman Robert C. “Bobby” Scott,
U.S. Representative, Virginia

Excellence in Media Reporting on Education Research Award
Nikole Hannah-Jones, Howard University

Palmer O. Johnson Memorial Award
Julie A. Edmunds, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Fatih Unlu, RAND Corporation
Jane L. Furey, University of Michigan
Elizabeth J. Glennie, RTI International
Nina Arshavsky, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Review of Research Award
Adam Alvarez, Rowan University

Outstanding Book Award
Kabria Baumgartner, Northeastern University

E. F. Lindquist Award
Henry Braun, Boston College

Early Career Award
Huriya Jabbar, University of Texas at Austin

Social Justice in Education Award
Sharon Fries-Britt, University of Maryland, College Park

Distinguished Contributions to Gender Equity
in Education Research Award

Elizabeth Meyer, University of Colorado, Boulder

Exemplary Contributions to
Practice-Engaged Research Award

Okhee Lee, New York University

Outstanding Public Communication
of Education Research Award

Daniel Willingham, University of Virginia

Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award
Zeus Leonardo, University of California, Berkeley

Scholars of Color Mid-Career Contribution Award
Megan Bang, Spencer Foundation, Northwestern University

Scholars of Color Early Career Contribution Award
Bianca Baldridge, Harvard University

ASL and captioning provided.
 
This AERA celebration will broadcast live on ZOOM.
Please register in advance.

Join us! Register Here. AERA logo.
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AERA Seeks Nominations for the 2022 AERA Awards

The first of two items from the American Educational Research Association.

 
American Educational Research Association
 

AERA Seeks Nominations for the 2022 AERA Awards

 

 

Dear Michael Barbour,

 

AERA aims to have exceptional nominees for all of the AERA awards, and for the award winners to exemplify outstanding scholarship, breadth of contributions, and service to the field across career stages. The work of our awards committees can only be as noteworthy as the names before them for consideration. To this end, we ask you to consider submitting a nomination. The submission deadline for the 2022 AERA awards is December 1, 2021.

 

All nominations must be submitted electronically, using the AERA award nomination e-form, on or before the deadline. The award nominations portal and listings of past awardees can be accessed on the AERA website at https://www.aera.net/About-AERA/Awards. Specific nominating criteria are detailed for each award in the online portal and via the links below. Note that supporting materials may include curriculum vitae, letters of support from other AERA members familiar with the nominee’s work, sample publications, and additional information on the nominee’s accomplishments.

 

For information about an individual AERA award or to submit a nomination for a specific award, please click the name of the award below:

 

 

Please consider nominating one or more exceptional individuals for an AERA award.

 

If you have any questions, please email governance@aera.net or call (202) 238-3204.

 

Sincerely,

Felice J. Levine, PhD

Executive Director

 

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November 19, 2021

You’re Invited–How Education Fared During the First Wave of COVID-19 Lockdowns? International Evidence

While this webinar is focused on higher education, it may be of interest to readers of this space.

How Education Fared During the First Wave of Covid-19 Lockdowns? International Evidence. November 29, 2021, 9:30-11:00am, 15:30-1700 CET
A number of high-quality studies on the experience of learning during the first wave of COVID-19 lockdowns (March-June 2020) have now been released, addressing how school children and youth were educated during this period, but also what effect it had on their well-being and learning outcomes. This joint AERA-OECD forum will discuss Schooling During a Pandemic, a new OECD report providing the first synthesis of these statistical studies, coming mainly from France, Germany, Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States. What has been the effect of the health crisis on the time spent on learning and achievement gaps? And what do we know about how it affected different groups of students?
Overview, Perspectives, Conversation, Q&A. Please join our international forum moderated by Felice J. Levine, Executive Director of AERA, to learn more about these issues and engage in discussion through an open opportunity for Q&A.

Overview of Schooling during a Pandemic
• William Thorn, former Senior Analyst at OECD
• Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin, Deputy Head of Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI), OECD

Lessons Learned—Country Perspectives
• Birgitte Rabe, Professor, University of Essex, United Kingdom
• Fabienne Rosenwald, Director for Evaluation and Foresight, Ministry of Education, France

Commentator and Collective Conversation
• Rukmini Banerji, CEO, Pratham Education Foundation, India
• Greg Duncan, Distinguished Professor, UC Irvine, United States
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This AERA-OECD forum will broadcast live on ZOOM.
Join us for this free public event! Register Here

November 13, 2021

You’re Invited to the AERA 2021 Awards Virtual Celebration–Tuesday, Dec. 7

The third of three items from the folks at the American Education Research Association.

AERA 2021 Awards Virtual Celebration. Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 6:00-7:30 PM EST. You are invited to honor the 2021 AERA Award Winners.
HOSTED BY
 
Felice J. Levine
AERA Executive Director
 
Na’ilah Suad Nasir
AERA President, Spencer Foundation
 
 
HONORING 2021 AWARD WINNERS  
 
Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award
Carol D. Lee, Northwestern University
 
Distinguished Public Service Award
Congressman Robert C. “Bobby” Scott,
U.S. Representative, Virginia
 
Excellence in Media Reporting on Education Research Award
Nikole Hannah-Jones, Howard University
 
Palmer O. Johnson Memorial Award
Julie A. Edmunds, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Fatih Unlu, RAND Corporation
Jane L. Furey, University of Michigan
Elizabeth J. Glennie, RTI International
Nina Arshavsky, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
 
Review of Research Award
Adam Alvarez, Rowan University
 
Outstanding Book Award
Kabria Baumgartner, Northeastern University
 
E. F. Lindquist Award
Henry Braun, Boston College
 
Early Career Award
Huriya Jabbar, University of Texas at Austin
 
Social Justice in Education Award
Sharon Fries-Britt, University of Maryland, College Park
 
Distinguished Contributions to Gender Equity
in Education Research Award

Elizabeth Meyer, University of Colorado, Boulder
 
Exemplary Contributions to
Practice-Engaged Research Award

Okhee Lee, New York University
 
Outstanding Public Communication
of Education Research Award

Daniel Willingham, University of Virginia
 
Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award
Zeus Leonardo, University of California, Berkeley
 
Scholars of Color Mid-Career Contribution Award
Megan Bang, Spencer Foundation, Northwestern University
 
Scholars of Color Early Career Contribution Award
Bianca Baldridge, Harvard University
 
 
ASL and captioning provided.
 
This AERA celebration will broadcast live on ZOOM.
Please register in advance.
Join us! Register Here. AERA logo.
 
 
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Workshop on Getting Started in Education Research with PEER—No Fee, Register Now

The second of three items from the folks at the American Education Research Association.

Wednesday, November 17
1:00pm–4:00pm ET
The AERA-ICPSR PEERS Data Hub will hold a workshop on “Getting Started in Education Research with PEER.” The workshop, offered at no cost, is offered through the PEERS Data Hub that will focus on STEM research methods.

 

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Instructors

 

  • Eleanor C Sayre, Kansas State University
  • Scott V Franklin, Rochester Institute of Technology

About the Workshop

 

In this interactive workshop, the faculty and participants will work on fundamental skills for research design and collaboration. Discipline-Based Education Research focuses on postsecondary level STEM education through learning sciences and problems of teaching and learning that are grounded within STEM disciplines. Emerging education researchers often need support as they develop their research programs and expand their theoretical and methodological expertise, and they benefit from the guidance of knowledgeable peers and near-peers. Workshop faculty will introduce education research to STEM researchers in the disciplines of biology, mathematics, and physics as well as those in other disciplines and fields that pursue STEM education studies through basic and applied research.

 

Using materials from the Professional development for Emerging Education Researchers (PEER) field schools, participants will:

  • articulate research questions and recognize that questions change over time
  • practice key skills for research design, production, and collaboration like generative writing, and playing “yes, and”
  • navigate case studies of complicated, real-world design questions

This workshop is particularly targeted for emerging education researchers, faculty who are new to independent research, and advisors of emerging education researchers. To prepare, think about a research project that you’re just getting started or plan to start in the next 6 months. What’s exciting about that project? What do you want to investigate? How?

 

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The webinar will broadcast live on Zoom.

ASL interpretation and captioning will be provided.

 

The webinar will be recorded and made available for future viewing on the PEERS Data Hub website.

Register
The PEERS Data Hub is joint effort of AERA and the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) that is NSF funded (Awards ECR 1937612 (AERA) and ECR 1937509 (ICPSR). It provides collaborative space for STEM education research communities to build and advance knowledge by sharing innovative ideas, methods, and tools. Further information about the PEERS Data Hub is available here.
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