Vancouver Preview, April 14, 2012

Take the Survey
AERA continually seeks to enhance its Annual Meeting, and an important mechanism toward that enhancement is the attendee survey process. Read more

AERA Early Career Award (2010) Lecture: Guofang Li

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Re-Imagining Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships: The Regional Educational Laboratories
The Regional Educational Laboratories (RELs) have long been charged with responding to regional education needs, but the newest generation of RELs will conduct their work in a new way: through sustained partnerships between researchers and education practitioners. Read more

To Know Is Not Enough: Commissioned Essay Writers—Saturday (Coffee)
Top Education Researchers Present Their Essays on Critical Issues Related to the AERA Annual Meeting Theme: “To Know Is Not Enough”

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Games for Learning: An Evidence-Based Approach
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Promoting Educator Agency: Navigating Restrictive Policy Environments Through Professional Development for Teachers of English Language Learners
Arizona has implemented one of the most restrictive educational language policies in the nation, affecting students, teachers, classrooms, and teacher educators and contributing to a persisting achievement gap between ELLs and non-ELLs (Rumberger & Tran, 2010; Losen, 2010; Garcia, Lawton, & Diniz de Figueiredo, 2010). Read more

Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Investigations Into Cognitive and Motivational Underpinnings of Mathematical Development
Understanding what causes variation in mathematical ability is a crucial step toward raising students’ achievement and interest in the field and decreasing mathematical disability. Read more

Distinguished Lecture: Jo-ann Archibald
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The Development of P–20 Common Education Data Standards (CEDS) To Advance Education Research and Policy In February 2012, the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) released Version 2 of the Common Education Data Standards (CEDS). Read more

The Wallace Foundation Distinguished Lecture: William T. Trent
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K–12 Student Success: Complexity in Mathematics and Science Education Research
This symposium highlights research being conducted by several National Science Foundation Math and Science Partnership projects. Read more

A Public Hearing on the Gordon Commission on the Future of Assessment in Education
The Gordon Commission on the Future of Assessment in K–12 Education is a two-year study group whose members are thought leaders and innovators in academia, research, and policy. Read more

The Social and Behavioral Sciences in K–12 STEM Education: Challenges, Issues, and Opportunities
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