AM 2012 - Vancouver News
Spotlight on the 2012 Annual Meeting

Friday, April 13, 2012

Education Researcher Examine Innovations in Evaluating the Impact of Research
Researchers presented insights
from three recent National Science
Foundation initiatives to advance
innovations in science, technology,
education, and math (STEM). Read more


  Leading Education Researcher Examines  the Current State of Knowledge About Stereotype Threat

Social psychologist Claude Steele examined his groundbreaking theory of stereotype threat. Read more

 AERA Opening Plenary Session

Linda Tuhiwai Smith interpreted the conference  theme “To Know Is Not Enough and reviewed “what we know” about researching indigenous education. Read more
  Social Justice in Education Award (2012) Lecture

Daniel Gilbert Solorzano, 2012 recipient, traced the genealogy of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in Education as a personal and collective journey toward social justice.  Read more
The Centrality of Teacher Skills to
Improving Learning for Low-Income
Students: an International Perspective

Martin Carnoy and Eliana Karp-Toledo
addressed this session at the AERA 2012
annual meeting. Read more



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