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January 22, 2021

Holiday and New Year’s Book Sale Extended!

Some resources that may be of interest to some readers.

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January 17, 2021

AERA 2021 Annual Meeting Registration Now Open

For those academic readers that plan to attend this annual convention.  At least with the virtual format, there may be fewer complaints about when the program gets released.

American Educational Research Association
 

Welcome

 

Welcome to the opening of registration for the AERA 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting. We are excited about the forthcoming virtual Annual Meeting designed with the attendee user-experience very much in mind. In addition to the formal program, with most sessions offered in real time (plus on demand later viewing), AERA is unfolding a platform with opportunities for informal gatherings, meet-ups, an exhibit area (including meeting times with publishers and others), and more. AERA aims to deliver a virtual meeting with a structure that supports researchers at all career levels and areas of specialty who seek to present their work and connect in a dynamic convening space.

 

Register now and join thousands of scholars from education research and aligned fields and disciplines in the 2021 AERA Virtual Meeting April 8-12 and select from over 2,200 sessions featuring high quality and timely education research.

 

How to Register

 

1. Login.

2. Click My AERA at the top of the page.

3. On the My AERA page, scroll down to the 2021 Annual Meeting.

4. Click 2021 Annual Meeting – Register Now!

 

If you do not have 2021 AERA membership, consider obtaining it first by clicking Join/Renew AERA on the My AERA page to receive the deeply discounted member registration fee.

 

If you forgot your username or password, please select Forgot Your User Name and/or Password? to reset. If you do not have an AERA account, please select Activate or Create My Account and use your Record ID 232269 to create a username and password.

 

The registration page will be updated to include additional ticketed events such as Division events in the next several weeks.

 

AERA Members Receive Deep Discount on Registration Fee

 

Take the time to join or renew your 2021 AERA membership while registering for the Annual Meeting. The total cost of membership plus meeting registration is far lower than the cost of registering as a non-member.

 

Note: Adjustments and/or refunds for registration fees will not be given to individuals who register at the non-member rate and later join AERA.

 

This Year’s Theme: Accepting Educational Responsibility

 

This year’s theme is “Accepting Educational Responsibility.” The theme statement from AERA President Shaun R. Harper and the 2021 Annual Meeting Program Co-Chairs Lori Patton Davis, Toby S. Jenkins, and Daniel Soodjiinda invites “AERA members and other Annual Meeting attendees to acknowledge the roles we play in sustaining an array of social and educational inequities. We know, for sure, that tremendous racial inequity occurs across all levels of education. This theme invites those of us who teach in schools of education to accept greater responsibility for the inadequate preparation of educators for work in racially, ethnically, culturally, and linguistically diverse P–12 schools and postsecondary institutions.”

 

Be Aware of Fraudulent Registration Solicitations

 

Any AERA Annual Meeting registration solicitations that you may receive without first completing the registration process through AERA are not sanctioned and should be reported immediately to annualmtg@aera.net.

 

Questions? Please contact the AERA Meetings Team at annualmtg@aera.net.

 

See you April 8 – 12!

 

 

 

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American Educational Research Association
1430 K Street, NW
Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 238-3200
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January 13, 2021

AERA Virtual Research Learning Series Available On-Demand

Many of these sessions may be of interest to readers who are both involved in K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning AND also graduate students or academics.

 

All Courses Are Now Available On-Demand

Fee $35

 

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RL-1: What Would It Take to Change Your Inference? Quantifying the Discourse about Causal Inferences in the Social Sciences

Instructor

Kenneth Frank, Michigan State University
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RL-2: How to Get Published: Guidance from Emerging

and Established Scholars

Instructors

Patricia A. Alexander, University of Maryland, College Park (course director)

Yuting Sun, University of Maryland, College Park

Anisha Singh, University of Maryland, College Park

Jannah Fusenig, University of Maryland, College Park

Eric Schoute, University of Maryland, College Park
Julianne van Meerten, University of Maryland, College Park

DeLeon Gray, Michigan State University; North Carolina State University

Matthew McCrudden, Pennsylvania State University

Panayiota Kendeou, University of Minnesota

Alexandra List, Pennsylvania State University

Diane Schallert, University of Texas, Austin

Sofie Loyens, University College Roosevelt

Jeffrey A. Greene, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

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RL-3: Sharing Your Research with the World

Instructor
Jenny Grant Rankin, U.S. Department of State (Fulbright Specialist Program) and Mensa

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RL-4: Introduction to Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Instructors
Terri D. Pigott, Georgia State University (course director)

Amy L. Dent, University of California – Irvine

Joshua R. Polanin, American Institutes for Research

Joseph Taylor, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

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RL-5: The Future is Here: Analyzing NAEP Process Data Using R

Instructors
Emmanuel Sikali, U.S. Department of Education (course co-director)

Ruhan Circi, American Institutes for Research (course co-director)

Fusun Sahin, American Institutes for Research

Xiaying Zheng, American Institutes for Research

Juanita Hicks, American Institutes for Research

Soo Youn Lee, American Institutes for Research

Tiago A. Caliço, American Institutes for Research

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RL-6: How to Write About Qualitative Research

Instructor
Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower, Virginia Tech

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RL-7: Empowerment Evaluation

Instructor
David M. Fetterman, Fetterman and Associates

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RL-8: Using Factor Analysis for Survey Design and Validation

Instructors
Katherine Picho, Howard University (course director)

Marie Plaisime, Howard University

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RL-9: Co-Decolonizing Research Methods: Toward Research Sustaining Indigenous and ‘Other’ Community Engaged Ways

of Knowing

Instructors
Lorri Many Rivers Johnson Santamaría, Mixteco Indígena Community Organizing Project (MICOP) (course director)

Cristina Corrine Santamaria Graff, Indiana University—Purdue University at Indianapolis

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The American Educational Research Association (AERA) is the largest national interdisciplinary research association devoted to the scientific study of education and learning. Founded in 1916, the Association strives to advance knowledge about education, to encourage scholarly inquiry related to education, and to promote the use of research to improve education and serve the public good.
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January 9, 2021

AERA Statement on the Mob Attack on the U.S. Capitol

A statement on the events of the past week from the largest educational research organization in the United States.

 

For Immediate Release

January 7, 2021

 

Contacts:

Tony Pals, tpals@aera.net

(202) 238-3235

 

Tong Wu, twu@aera.net

(202) 238-3233

 

Statement by AERA Executive Director Felice J. Levine, PhD, on the Mob Attack on the U.S. Capitol

 

January 7, 2021

 

The American Educational Research Association is horrified by this attack on our democracy; the violence wrought to the heart and soul of all humanity; and the unconscionable acts that threaten the safety of our elected officials, their staffs, and law enforcement and Capitol building workers. We need to say and mean “never again,” as we come to grips with the endless manipulation of truth, the undermining of civil society, and the direct assault on all those committed to a country of freedom and dignity for all. May our next generation learn from this event, may our educational institutions and programs be up to the task, and may we together eradicate the cause of such acts of terrorism and hate in our nation.

 

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About AERA
The American Educational Research Association (AERA) is the largest national interdisciplinary research association devoted to the scientific study of education and learning. Founded in 1916, AERA advances knowledge about education, encourages scholarly inquiry related to education, and promotes the use of research to improve education and serve the public good. Find AERA on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

 

This statement can be found online.

 

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American Educational Research Association

1430 K Street, NW

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Washington, DC 20005
(202) 238-3200

December 25, 2020

Best Wishes from the American Educational Research Association

The fifth season greeting for today.

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1430 K Street, NW
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