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January 24, 2023

2023 AERA Annual Meeting Program Schedule Now Available

An item from the folks at the American Educational Research Association concerning their upcoming conference.

American Educational Research Association
Explore the 2023 AERA Annual Meeting Online Program
 

We are pleased to announce the online searchable program for the 2023 AERA Annual Meeting is now open. The program includes all accepted submissions and most of the invited, high-profile sessions and major lectures for the place-based component of the meeting in Chicago (April 13-16) and the virtual component online (May 4-5).

 

The online searchable program can be browsed by day and time and by presenter/participant’s name or affiliation, session title/topic, and paper title/topic.

 

The Program is available on the AERA website or login to My AERA if you wish to BOTH view the online program AND begin creating and saving your schedule. If you need help to login, contact members@aera.net or (202) 238-3200 and select Option 2.

 

Under the leadership of AERA President Rich Milner, the Presidential Program Committee, and the program and section chairs of Divisions, SIGs, and Committees, the 2023 program is comprised of some 2,000 substantive sessions featuring high quality and timely work in education research.

 

Click Here to Register
 

If you are not a current 2023 AERA member, please consider joining or renewing by clicking Join/Renew AERA on the My AERA page so that you can take advantage of the deeply discounted member registration rate.

 

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 NOAH ID/CONTACT #/AERA # 232269 to create a username and password. To obtain help with your registration, please contact the AERA Registration Support Team on weekdays between 8 am and 6 pm Eastern Standard Time at registration@aera.net or call 202-238-3200 and select Option 3.

 

AERA strongly encourages registering for the Annual Meeting before the early bird deadline on March 10.

 

AERA Member Registration Rate

In order to qualify for the AERA registration member rate, your membership must be current through December 31, 2023. This means that if your membership expired in December 2022, you must renew your membership for 2023 prior to the time of registration in order to qualify for the member rate. Adjustments and/or refunds for registration fees will not be given to individuals who register at the non-member rate and later join AERA.

 

We look forward to seeing you at #AERA23!

 

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January 17, 2023

Join Us for #AERA23!

An item from the folks at the American Educational Research Association concerning their upcoming conference.

American Educational Research Association
Welcome to the opening of registration for the 2023 AERA Annual Meeting!

 

Each year, the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting is the world’s largest gathering of education researchers and a showcase for groundbreaking, innovative studies in an array of areas. The conference will be dual-component, with the place-based component to be held in Chicago, April 13–16, and the virtual component to be held on an online platform on May 4–5.

 

Regardless of how registrants attend, the 2023 Annual Meeting will be a can’t-miss event for intellectual engagement, reconnecting with colleagues and building new professional networks with other attendees. The meeting program will be released on January 20. Registration is required to attend the place-based or virtual components of the AERA Annual Meeting.

 

Register now and join thousands of scholars from education research and aligned fields and disciplines at the 2023 meeting and select from more than 2,000 substantive sessions featuring high-quality and timely education research.

 

AERA offers different registration rates for place-based and virtual-only attendees. Those registering for the place-based meeting in Chicago can take advantage of an early bird discount through March 10.

 

Attendees for the place-based meeting in Chicago will automatically be registered for and able to access and attend the virtual meeting and other virtual components of the place-based meeting at no extra charge.

 

Those registered only for the virtual meeting will have access to the two-day virtual meeting on May 4-5 and also be able to view a selected number of place-based Chicago sessions via web-streaming, including the opening plenary, the Presidential address, major lectures, and a number of Presidential sessions and AERA-wide special sessions. Virtual meeting attendees will also have access to the recordings of these select sessions, as well as recordings of all virtual sessions in the online platform’s video library.

 

For the 2023 Annual Meeting, the registration process, which is fully integrated with the membership join/renew process, will take place entirely through My AERA, the entry point for AERA’s association management system on the AERA website. Whether you are an AERA member or not, you likely have an AERA account. If you have forgotten 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 NOAH ID/CONTACT #/AERA # 232269 to create a username and password.

Click Here to Register
If you are not a current 2023 AERA member, consider joining or renewing first. On the registration site, after reviewing your contact/profile information, click “Join or Renew for the 2023 Membership Year” so that you can take advantage of the discounted member registration rate. Once your membership transaction is placed in the Shopping Cart, you can return to the Registration site by clicking on “Continue to the Registation Form.”

To register, simply follow the prompts to select your registration option, plus any optional events, such as professional development courses. AERA registrants who are interested in registering for the National Council on Measurement Education (NCME) may select the preferred joint registration option. You can also request information on accessibilty and childcare services before proceeding to accept the terms and conditions for the Annual Meeting and make payment.

 

AERA Members Receive Deep Discount on Registration Fee

To qualify for the AERA registration member rate, your membership must be current through 2023. This means, that if your membership expired on December 31, 2022, you must renew your membership for 2023 at the beginning of the registration process to qualify for the member rate.

 

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.

 

Proof of Vaccination and Masking

All attendees must have UP-TO-DATE VACCINATION and at least one booster to attend in person. Mask wearing is strongly encouraged, but not required, in common areas. We expect attendees will be unmasked while eating or drinking. Mutual respect and health and safety remain priority goals.

 

AERA will use SafeAccess as the vendor responsible for confirming the vaccination status of registrants. Shortly after completion of your registration, you will receive a personalized email invitation from SafeAccess to verify your vaccination status. AERA encourages those attending the Chicago meeting with U.S. and non-U.S. vaccination cards to do so in advance. SafeAccess will also have staff on-site in Chicago to review vaccination documentation in accord with AERA vaccination policy that is required to obtain a badge and gain access to the Annual Meeting.

 

Housing for Place-Based Attendees in Chicago

At the completion of the registration process, the confirmation e-mail message will include a link to the AERA Housing Bureau for registrants to make hotel reservations.

 

2023 Annual Meeting Website

AERA has launched the 2023 Annual Meeting website in tandem with the opening of registration. The site provides presenters and other participants with important information on registration and housing, upcoming key dates, the AERA annual meeting policy on welcoming and inclusive conduct, the COVID vaccination policy, program highlights, and more.

 

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? The AERA Registration Support Team can be contacted by e-mail at registration@aera.net or by phone (8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern Time) at (202) 238-3200, option 3. For non-registration related questions, please contact the AERA Meetings Team at annualmtg@aera.net.

 

See you at #AERA23!

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January 6, 2023

Call for Applications: 2023 AERA Annual Meeting Graduate Student Assistance Fund

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

2023 AERA Annual Meeting Graduate Student Assistance Fund

 

Call for Applications

 

Submissions Due January 19, 2023, 11:59 p.m. PT

 

AERA invites applications for the Annual Meeting Graduate Student Assistance Fund (AMGSAF). This fund will provide support to enable graduate student members of AERA with demonstrated need to offset the cost of attending the place-based component of the 2023 AERA Annual Meeting in Chicago, April 13-16.

 

This new funding initiative aims to expand access to the Annual Meeting for graduate students by offering an additional funding resource for those who might not otherwise be able to attend the place-based meeting. AERA is piloting this Association-wide Annual Meeting Assistance Fund as part of its continuing commitment to prioritize graduate students in our field and to support their success through targeted programming and initiatives.

 

AERA will make approximately 100 awards (up to a maximum of $500) to graduate student members to help offset the cost of attending the 2023 Annual Meeting in Chicago.

 

Students enrolled in institutions both within and outside the U.S. are eligible to apply. Graduate students who receive travel funding for the 2023 Annual Meeting from other AERA sources (e.g., divisions or SIGs) are not eligible for funding from the AMGSAF. Submissions will be reviewed by a sub-committee of the AERA Council. Students who are selected to receive funding will be notified February 15 and will receive their funds by March 15.

 

Learn More and Apply
 

Questions about the Annual Meeting Graduate Student Assistance Fund should be emailed to edresearch@aera.net and include “AMGSAF” in the subject line.

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Now Available: Handbook of Research on Teachers of Color and Indigenous Teachers!

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

Now Available!

Cover of Handbook of Research on Teachers of Color and Indigenous Teachers, Edited by Conra D. Gist and Travis J. Bristol
 

AERA recently released a first-of-its-kind book, the Handbook of Research on Teachers of Color and Indigenous Teachers, edited by Conra D. Gist and Travis J. Bristol. The Handbook addresses key issues and obstacles in ethnoracial diversity across the life course of teachers’ careers, such as recruitment and retention, professional development, and the role of minority-serving institutions.

 

Including chapters from leading researchers and policy makers, the Handbook is designed to be an important resource to help bridge the gap between scholars, practitioners, and policy makers. In doing so, this research will serve as a launching pad for discussion and change at this critical moment in our country’s history.

 

Read the editors’ Q&A!

 

Read endorsements from AERA Presidents!

 

Table of Contents
 

Visit our Online Store to purchase your print copy now!

 

Member Price:

Paperback: $100

Hardcover: $200

Print and eBook Bundle: $125

 

Non-Member Price:

Paperback: $125

Hardcover: $250

Print and eBook Bundle: $150

 

The eBook is available for purchase at ebooks.aera.net. Both Members and non-Members can use the code HTOC_22AERA for $25.00 off the non-Member price!

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January 4, 2023

Upcoming Deadline—Graduate Student Research-in-Progress Roundtable Series at #AERA23

An item from the folks at the American Educational Research Association specifically for graduate students – which likely include a lot of the teachers that may read this space.

Apply for the AERA Graduate Student Research-in-Progress Roundtable Series

Deadline: January 9

AERA is accepting submissions for the Graduate Student Research-in-Progress Roundtable Series (RiP). Submissions are due on January 9.

 

As a new initiative, the RiP roundtables will be piloted at the 2023 AERA Annual Meeting. Graduate students who are actively engaged in research but not yet ready to advance a paper submission will have the opportunity to formally present and discuss their work-in-progress.

 

This opportunity is open only to graduate students who did not otherwise submit a paper, whether accepted or declined, as an author or co-author for the 2023 Annual Meeting. Up to six roundtable sessions will be held in Chicago during three days of the place-based portion of the Annual Meeting, which is being held April 13–16.

 

To be considered for the RiP roundtables, graduate students will submit a short-form overview of their research with information about its current stage. The submission includes a brief working paper (maximum 1,000 words) that presents the research in progress and any findings or salient issues to date, as applicable.

 

If the number of eligible submissions exceeds the number of spaces available, submissions will be accepted in the order received.

 

The Call for Submissions provides additional information about eligibility and submission requirements. Applications are due no later than 11:59 p.m. PT on January 9; notifications will be sent out on January 18.

 

Apply to the RiP Roundtables
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