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SIG Directory
 
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) 2022-2023
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This directory of AERA SIGs is in alphabetical order. Websites & email addresses, when available, are listed. Although we check this page for errors frequently if you should notice a non-working link please let us know. If your SIG is interested in creating or moving its webpage to the AERA website, please let us know.

SIGs: | A–G | H–Q | R–Z | All |

A–G

Accreditation, Assessment, and Program Evaluation in Education Preparation (SIG #174)
Purpose: The purpose of the SIG is the accumulation and interpretation of research findings associated with CAEP accreditation, state review processes, or assessment and evaluation of the graduates of educator preparation programs and the quality of the programs themselves.
Contact: Malina Monaco, Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation, Cary, NC, malina.monaco@caepnet.org
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Accreditation, Assessment, and Program Evaluation in Education Preparation
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERA_AAPE_SIG
Action Research (SIG #2)
Purpose: The Action Research SIG builds community among those who are engaged in action research and those who teach others to do action research. This is accomplished through dialog about professional development strategies, educational practices and theory, and methods of action research.
Contact: Elizabeth Azukas, East Stroudsburg University, Maplewood, NJ, lizazukas@gmail.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: https://sites.google.com/view/aeraarsig/current-news
Adolescence and Youth Development (SIG #3)
Purpose: To bring together educators, researchers, and youth advocates interested in examining ways to improve upon the experiences, behaviors, and perceptions of adolescence and youth as they develop over time. This SIG includes a cross section of researchers interested in diverse topics associated with adolescence and youth development.
Contact: Camea Davis, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, cdavis214@gsu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Adolescence and Youth Development
Adult Literacy and Adult Education (SIG #4)
Purpose: Dedicated to research development, policy, and practice in adult literacy and adult education. This SIG takes an interdisciplinary, lifespan perspective on learning and instruction among diverse populations.
Contact: Leah Katherine Saal, Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore, MD, lksaal@loyola.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Adult Literacy and Adult Education
Advanced Studies of National Databases (SIG #6)
Purpose: To advance knowledge of the contexts and practices of education through facilitating awareness and understanding of the rigorous research methods required for valid and reliable analysis of national and state level databases.
Contact: Jian Li, Kent State University , Kent, OH, jli42@kent.edu
Dues: $6.00 (1 yr)
Website: Advanced Studies of National Databases
Advanced Technologies for Learning (SIG #7)
Purpose: To design new technologies that structure educational environments and transform educational practice, and to help the AERA community understand and influence the use of advanced technologies.
Contact: Nikki G. Lobczowski, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, nikkilob12@gmail.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SIGATL
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SIG_ATL_LS
Arts and Inquiry in the Visual and Performing Arts in Education (SIG #53)
Purpose: This international inter-disciplinary SIG offers a space for visual artworks, live performance and theoretical/conceptual praxis, facilitating a platform for artistic researchers and practitioners.
Contact: Amanda Nicole Gulla, Ph.D., Lehman College - CUNY, Margaretville, NY, amanda.gulla@lehman.cuny.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Arts and Inquiry in the Visual and Performing Arts in Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Arts-Inquiry-SIG-101445872066731
Arts and Learning (SIG #8)
Purpose: Recent themes include: arts performance and process in curriculum; arts integration, assessment, and criticism; cultural issues; semiotics creative process; aesthetic education; alternative research methodologies; and constructivism.
Contact: Joy Gaulden Bertling, The University of Tennessee - Knoxville, Knoxville, TN, jbertling@utk.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $7.00 (1 yr)
Website: Arts and Learning
Arts-Based Educational Research (SIG #9)
Purpose: To provide a community for those who view education through artistic lenses, who use a variety of arts-based methodologies, and who communicate understandings through diverse genres.
Contact: Qiana M. Cutts, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS, qmc24@msstate.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: https://abersigaera.weebly.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/888595361932531
Twitter: https://twitter.com/aber_sig
Bilingual Education Research (SIG #12)
Purpose: To promote research in bilingual education and to provide a forum for innovative approaches in this field of inquiry. This SIG addresses all ethnoliguistically diverse groups.
Contact: Christina P. DeNicolo, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, christina.denicolo@wayne.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr)
Website: Bilingual Education Research
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1477801139116319/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERA_BerSig
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bilingualersig/
Biographical and Documentary Research (SIG #13)
Purpose: To explore methodological issues in biographical and documentary research.
Contact: Lucy E. Bailey, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, lucy.bailey@okstate.edu
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Biographical and Documentary Research
Bourdieu in Educational Research (SIG #185)
Purpose: To provide a space for those interested in Bourdieu’s oeuvre where we explore and reflect on the use of his theories and concepts.
Contact: Garth Stahl, The University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Australia, garth.stahl@gmail.com; Guanglun Michael Mu, University of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, michael.mu@unisa.edu.au
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Bourdieu in Educational Research
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERABourdieuSIG
Brain, Neurosciences, and Education (SIG #14)
Purpose: Provides a venue for research in the neurosciences that may inform and inspire educational research, and for rigorous educational research thus informed.
Contact: Luciano Cid, Biola University, La Mirada, CA, luciano.cid@biola.edu
Dues: $20.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Brain, Neurosciences, and Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bnesig.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/bnesig
Career and Technical Education (SIG #134)
Purpose: To discuss topics in vocational/career and technical education, career development, human resource development, career issues in the schools (Grades K-12), postsecondary education, adult and lifelong learning, and workforce education.
Contact: Jordan Dolfi, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, jjdolfi@ncsu.edu
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Career and Technical Education
Caribbean and African Studies in Education (SIG #86)
Purpose: To encourage, conduct, coordinate, and disseminate research on education within and between Caribbean and African countries.
Contact: Sheron A. Fraser-Burgess, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, sfraserburge@bsu.edu; Joyanne Beverly De Four-Babb, University of Belize, CASCADE, Trinidad and Tobago, jd4babb@gmail.com
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Caribbean and African Studies in Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aeraCASE/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/aeracasesig86
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/54098197/admin/
Catholic Education (SIG #175)
Purpose: To support, promote, and disseminate information, research, and evaluation of Catholic education written from a diverse set of perspectives, including interdisciplinary and international issues.
Contact: Michael Roy Sampson, St. Johns University, St. Petersburg, FL, sampsonm@stjohns.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Catholic Education
Charters & School Choice (SIG #142)
Purpose: To promote and disseminate information, research, and evaluation of charter schools written from a diverse set of perspectives.
Contact: Jeanne M. Powers, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, jeanne.powers@asu.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Charters & School Choice
Classroom Assessment (SIG #18)
Purpose: The purposes of the SIG are to promote student learning through improved classroom assessment practices; to assist teachers in improving their classroom assessment practices and understand why it is essential to do so. To achieve these purposes, the SIG includes among its goals the promotion of quality research into classroom assessment practices, using all legitimate research approaches and methods, and the active collaboration with other SIGs and AERA divisions who share an interest in promoting research into classroom assessment.
Contact: Mary E. Yakimowski, Samford University, Hoover, AL, MYakimow@Samford.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $7.00 (1 yr)
Website: Classroom Assessment
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERA_CA_SIG
Classroom Management (SIG #19)
Purpose: To promote research on classroom organization and management, alternative discipline models, group and learner social interactions, and approaches to teacher education.
Contact: Renee L. Garraway, Notre Dame of Maryland University, Laurel, MD, reneelgarraway@gmail.com
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Classroom Management
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/AERA-Classroom-Management-SIG-211799585499569
Classroom Observation (SIG #20)
Purpose: The purpose of the Classroom Observation SIG is to provide members access to current research in observation techniques in educational settings.
Contact: Rebecca O'Brien, Whitworth University, Spokane, WA, rebeccaobrien@whitworth.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Classroom Observation
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/classroomobservationSIG
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERAcoSIG
Cognition and Assessment (SIG #167)
Purpose: To promote research on educational assessment merging two traditionally distinct fields - cognition and psychometrics
Contact: Jimmy de la Torre, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, j.delatorre@hku.hk
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: https://sites.google.com/view/cognitionandassessment
Complexity Theories in Education (SIG #17)
Purpose: To apply, advance, and extend chaos and complexity theories to inquiry, research, and theory related to educational contexts.
Contact: Joanna K. Garner, The Center for Educational Partnerships, Norfolk, VA, jkgarner@odu.edu
Dues: $9.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: https://complexityed.weebly.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/115233401853116
Computer and Internet Applications in Education (SIG #22)
Purpose: To promote research and evaluation on the use of computer-based information and communications resources and software for learning, instruction, assessment, and accomplishment by students, teachers, and administrators.
Contact: Jon M. Clausen, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, jmclaus@bsu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Computer and Internet Applications in Education
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CIAE_SIG_AERA
Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Education (SIG #171)
Purpose: The purpose of the SIG is to bring together individuals who share a common interest in in-depth, cross-cultural, international dialogue on how Confucianism and Taoism in both classical and contemporary schools of thought can inform educational theory and practice.
Contact: Seungho Moon, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, smoon3@luc.edu
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Confucianism-Taoism-Buddhism-and-Education-602503046456159/
Constructivist Theory, Research and Practice (SIG #25)
Purpose: To facilitate communication and to promote theory, research and improvement in practices of educators at all levels from a constructivist or developmental perspective.
Contact: Bryan Philip Sanders, Loyola Marymount University, Culver City, CA, bryansanders@me.com
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Constructivist Theory, Research and Practice
Cooperative Learning: Theory, Research and Practice (SIG #26)
Purpose: To exchange information about current research, theory, and improvements in implementation of cooperative learning procedures; to provide a structured forum for discussions related to cooperative learning.
Contact: Allen Thurston, Queen's University Belfast, Lisburn, Northern Ireland BT274SG, United Kingdom, a.thurston@qub.ac.uk
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Cooperative Learning: Theory, Research and Practice
Critical Educators for Social Justice (SIG #144)
Purpose: Critical Educators for Social Justice (CESJ) is committed to the struggle for social justice, human rights and democracy for diverse communities. We promote research, teaching, and activism centered on cultural, racial, linguistic, political, and economic self-determination within our classrooms, schools, and communities. A significant objective of CESJ is to promote communication and collaboration among critical educators and researchers working in public schools, universities, and community education programs. We believe that education, as a form of critical understanding, plays a crucial role in transforming society.
Contact: Shanyce L. Campbell, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, shanycecampbell@pitt.edu; Tiffany M Nyachae, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, tiffany.m.nyachae@gmail.com
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr)
Website: Critical Educators for Social Justice
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/criticaleducators.sj.3
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CESJSIG
Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class and Gender in Education (SIG #27)
Purpose: To promote the integrated study of race, ethnicity, social class, and gender as lenses for performing critical analyses and evaluations of prevailing theory and practice on education.
Contact: Jemimah L Young, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, jemimah.young@tamu.edu
Dues: $20.00 (1 yr); students $15.00 (1 yr)
Website: Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class and Gender in Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/120611961292065/
Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies (SIG #28)
Purpose: To support and promote transdisciplinary research of education as experience. The SIG de-stabilizes commonly held boundaries of educational research beyond contemporary curriculum discourses. Members pursue curriculum inquiry using critical perspectives, and performative, auto-ethnographic and conceptual approaches to ask sociocultural, political, and theoretical questions.
Contact: Reagan P. Mitchell, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Winston Salem, NC, mitchellr@uncsa.edu
Dues: $7.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies
Critical Perspectives in Early Childhood Education (SIG #29)
Purpose: The purpose of this SIG is to foster research on and critical analyses of issues in early childhood education and childhood studies and to encourage the development of alternative perspectives and curriculum in early childhood education.
Contact: Janice Kroeger, Kent State University, Hudson, OH, jkroege1@kent.edu
Dues: $17.00 (1 yr); students $15.00 (1 yr)
Website: https://sites.google.com/site/cpecesig/home
Twitter: https://twitter.com/aera_cpece
Cultural Historical Research (SIG #30)
Purpose: Focuses on human action, agency, and development as mediated by culture, history, and activity in the tradition of Vygotsky, Luria, Leont’ev, Bakhtin, Mead, and others.
Contact: Monica Lemos, São Paulo, Brazil, monica.lemos@gmail.com; Patricia Martínez-Álvarez, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, pm2593@tc.columbia.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Cultural Historical Research
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/156178274407466/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/aerasig_ch
Data-Driven Decision Making in Education (SIG #179)
Purpose: Data-Driven Decision Making in Education SIG #179
Contact: Lisa M. Abrams, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, lmabrams@vcu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Data-Driven Decision Making in Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DDDMSIGAERA
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DDDMSIGAERA
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Intersectionalities and Perspectives (SIG #95)
Purpose: To provide a multidisciplinary forum for the promotion of research related to education of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.
Contact: Serena Johnson, California State University - Fresno, Fresno, CA, SerenaJ@mail.fresnostate.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Intersectionalities and Perspectives
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/125612014139729/
Decolonial, Postcolonial, and Anti-Colonial Studies in Education (SIG #153)
Purpose: The Decolonial, Postcolonial, and Anti-Colonial Studies in Education SIG is an international SIG devoted to the study of education in and as effects of postcolonial, transnational, and globalization contexts.
Contact: Christopher Mark Kirchgasler, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI, chris.kirchgasler@wisc.edu
Dues: $7.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Decolonial, Postcolonial, and Anti-Colonial Studies in Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Postcolonial-Studies-and-Education-Special-Interest-Group-AERA-198817803522052/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/decolonial_sig
Democratic Citizenship in Education (SIG #150)
Purpose: To promote democratic citizenship-development research in K-12 classrooms, and to foster an interdependence among citizenship-democratic researchers.
Contact: Tianlong Yu, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL, tyu@siue.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Democratic Citizenship in Education
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERA_SIG150
Design and Technology (SIG #31)
Purpose: To foster research, teaching, service and innovation in design education and technology education in formal educational settings and in other learning environments.
Contact: Secil Caskurlu, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, scaskurlu@fsu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Design and Technology
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AERASIG31
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERADesignSIG
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3704774/
Dewey Studies (SIG #56)
Purpose: To keep alive Dewey's commitment to the use of critical and reflective intelligence in the search for solutions to problems in education and culture.
Contact: Carol R. Rodgers, University at Albany - SUNY, Belchertown, MA, crodgers@albany.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Dewey Studies
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AERA-DEWEY-Studies-SIG-107076587675621
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERASIGDewey
Disability Studies in Education (SIG #143)
Purpose: Supports the development of disability studies, a series of interdisciplinary modes of critical advocacy scholarship, among educational researchers.
Contact: Emily A. Nusbaum, Mills College , San Rafael, CA, emilynusbaumphd@gmail.com; Saili S. Kulkarni, Ph.D., San Jose State University, San Carlos, CA, saili.kulkarni@sjsu.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Disability Studies in Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/356215848207216
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERADSE
Districts in Research and Reform (SIG #156)
Purpose: To bring together researchers, central office administrators, reform support organization leaders, and others interested in key questions of system-wide improvement and leadership.
Contact: Stephanie Diane Tuters, OISE/University of Toronto, Burlington, Canada, stephanie.tuters@utoronto.ca; Vidya Shah, Ed.D, York University, Toronto, Canada, vidshah@edu.yorku.ca
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Districts in Research and Reform
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DistrictSIG
Early Education and Child Development (SIG #32)
Purpose: To promote research that has implications for theory, policy, practice, and teacher development in the diverse contexts serving children from birth to age eight.
Contact: Melissa Beth Sherfinski, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, melissa.sherfinski@mail.wvu.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr)
Website: http://www.aera-eecd-sig.org/
Educational Change (SIG #155)
Purpose: This SIG adopts an interdisciplinary and international approach to understanding many aspects of educational change, including large-scale reform, school-initiated change, school improvement, and classroom-level change.
Contact: Jennie Weiner, University of Connecticut, SOMERVILLE, MA, jennie.weiner@uconn.edu
Dues: $12.00 (1 yr); students $7.00 (1 yr)
Website: Educational Change
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AERAEducationalChangeSIG155/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/EdChangeSIG
Educational Statisticians (SIG #37)
Purpose: To increase interaction among educational researchers interested in the theory, applications, and teaching of statistics in the social sciences.
Contact: Audrey J. Leroux, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, aleroux@gsu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Educational Statisticians
Elliot Eisner (SIG #177)
Purpose: The purpose of the Elliot Eisner SIG is to promote scholarship that applies, extends, critiques, and reinvents Eisner’s scholarship. The SIG will act as a catalyst for the development, implementation, and evaluation of curriculum built upon the foundation that Eisner established. The SIG will provide the opportunity to continue conceptualizing educational criticism and connoisseurship with an eye towards various forms of representation; will encourage new forms of evaluation based on Eisner’s ideas; will provide a home for the continuation of research into discipline-based art education and arts-integration; will continue to look at ways to conceptualize schooling (formal and informal) from arts-based perspectives; and will be a place of mentorship for young scholars of curriculum, school evaluation, qualitative research, the arts, and/or school reform.
Contact: Lynn Butler-Kisber, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, lynn.butlerkisber@mcgill.ca
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Elliot Eisner
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Eisner-SIG-488895484598608
Twitter: https://twitter.com/EisnerSig
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eisnersig/
Environmental Education (SIG #33)
Purpose: To advance and critique environmental education research.
Contact: Asli Sezen-Barrie, National Science Foundation, Alexandria, VA, asli.sezenbarrie@maine.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Environmental Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/154479114604736/
Experiential Education and Community Engagement: Scholarship and Practice (SIG #41)
Purpose: Experiential Education and Community Engagement: Scholarship and Practice SIG is dedicated to bringing together both researchers and practitioners to build and promote understanding of service-learning and experiential education for the betterment of the field and the reform of K-16 education.
Contact: Amanda F. Hall, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC, afhall@wcu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Experiential Education and Community Engagement: Scholarship and Practice
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/432166447148889/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERA_SLEESIG
Faculty Teaching, Evaluation and Development (SIG #42)
Purpose: To investigate, promote, and support research and development on college teaching and learning, issues related to faculty evaluation and development, and student ratings of teaching.
Contact: Laura Cruz, Penn State, State College, PA, lxc601@psu.edu
Dues: $12.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Faculty Teaching, Evaluation and Development
Family, School, Community Partnerships (SIG #43)
Purpose: To engage with and promote rigorous and innovative research exploring the nature and impact of partnerships between families, schools, and diverse communities, and to encourage evidence-based practices and policies that influence children's learning and development.
Contact: Judy Paulick, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, jhp7h@virginia.edu; Nicole Megan Edwards, Rowan University, Allentown, PA, edwardsN@rowan.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $8.00 (1 yr)
Website: Family, School, Community Partnerships
Fiscal Issues, Policy and Education Finance (SIG #44)
Purpose: To provide a forum for research in educational finance and its impact on policy for all levels and aspects of education.
Contact: David G. Martinez, University of South Carolina - Columbia, Irmo, SC, david.martinez.242@gmail.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Fiscal Issues, Policy and Education Finance
Foucault and Contemporary Theory in Education (SIG #45)
Purpose: Concerned with the historical/philosophical studies of education that engage the writings of Michel Foucault and with diverse contemporary theories in education.
Contact: Rouhollah Aghasaleh, California State Polytechnic University, Humboldt, Arcata, CA, ra@humboldt.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Foucault and Contemporary Theory in Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FoucaultSIG/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERAFoucaultSIG
Graduate and Postdoctoral Education across the Disciplines (SIG #168)
Purpose: To identify and support doctoral education as a distinct area of research in higher education; questions to be addressed include the following: How is "doctoral education" or "research education" conceived? What key changes are occurring in doctoral and research education? What opportunities do these changes present for challenging previous pedagogies and developing new ones?;
Contact: Krisanna L. Machtmes, Ohio University, Athens, OH, machtmes@ohio.edu
Dues: $20.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Graduate and Postdoctoral Education across the Disciplines
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERASIG168
Grassroots Community & Youth Organizing for Education Reform (SIG #172)
Purpose: To advance research on community and youth organizing, particularly in low income communities and communities of color. We will work to build a research community that engages with practitioners in organizing groups, educational institutions and policy-making circles. We seek to foster research that examines the ways in which organizing efforts affect school improvement and educational equity, youth development, community/democratic revitalization and social justice.
Contact: Van T Lac, University of Texas - San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, vlac510@gmail.com
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Grassroots Community & Youth Organizing for Education Reform
Twitter: https://twitter.com/GCYO_SIG
 
 
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