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SIG Directory
 
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) 2020-2021
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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 |

H–Q

Hip Hop Theories, Praxis & Pedagogies (SIG #178)
Purpose: Hip Hop Theories, Praxis & Pedagogies
Contact: Daren Graves, Ed.D., Simmons College, Boston, MA, daren.graves@simmons.edu; Lauren Leigh Kelly, Rutgers University Graduate School of Education, New Brunswick, NJ, lauren.kelly@gse.rutgers.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: https://aerahiphopsig.wixsite.com/hiphopsig
Twitter: https://twitter.com/HipHopEdSig
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aerahiphopsig/
Holistic Education (SIG #135)
Purpose: Developing human potential through integrating intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual competencies in the teaching/learning process.
Contact: Jennifer Elaine Killham, University of LaVerne, Santa Monica, CA, jenniferkillham@gmail.com
Dues: $7.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Holistic Education
Improvement Science in Education (SIG-in-Formation) (SIG #183)
Purpose: To provide a home for the growing scholarly community interested in applying (and adapting) the principles, methods, and tools of improvement science to educational problems.
Contact: Jonathan R. Dolle, WestEd, San Francisco, CA, jdolle@wested.org
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Improvement Science in Education (SIG-in-Formation)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/improvementsig
Twitter: https://twitter.com/improvementSIG
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13765755/
Inclusion and Accessibility in Educational Assessment (SIG #96)
Purpose: To promote research and disseminate information on activities and projects promoting the inclusion of all students, including students with disabilities and English language learners in large-scale assessments.
Contact: Melissa L. Gholson, Educational Testing Service, Ironton, OH, melissa.gholson@gmail.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $7.00 (1 yr)
Website: Inclusion and Accessibility in Educational Assessment
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/6664975/
Indigenous Peoples of the Americas (SIG #48)
Purpose: Formally the American Indian and Alaska Native SIG, we have evolved in name and focus to promote a better understanding of theoretical-, policy-, and practice-related issues that influence the quality of traditional and contemporary education among indigenous peoples.
Contact: Natalie Rose Youngbull, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, nyoungbull@ou.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AERAIPASIG/
Indigenous Peoples of The Pacific (SIG #146)
Purpose: To research indigenous education related to the peoples of the Pacific and Pacific Rim, including indigenous ways of knowing and indigenous practices.
Contact: Summer Maunakea, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Waipahu, HI, smauna@hawaii.edu; Huia Tomlins Jahnke, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, h.t.jahnke@massey.ac.nz
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Indigenous Peoples of The Pacific
Informal Learning Environments Research (SIG #49)
Purpose: To further educational research in informal learning environments and to promote a community practice interested in establishing and maintaining a better understanding of teaching and learning.
Contact: Jennifer Dawn Adams, University of Calgary, Calgary , Canada, jennifer.adams1@ucalgary.ca
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Informal Learning Environments Research
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1617729561813025
Twitter: https://twitter.com/aeraILER
Instructional Technology (SIG #52)
Purpose: To encourage, promote, and support research on the design and development of instruction and the computer-based, electronic, and non-electronic media technologies that are used for its delivery.
Contact: Lauren Eutsler, University of North Texas, Corinth, TX, lauren.eutsler@unt.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Instructional Technology
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/aerasigit
Twitter: https://twitter.com/aerasigit
International Studies (SIG #54)
Purpose: To provide a forum for exchanging information among educators involved in research, planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of international studies.
Contact: Elizabeth C. Reilly, Loyola Marymount University , Los Angeles, CA, elizabeth.reilly@lmu.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: International Studies
Ivan Illich (SIG #161)
Purpose: The purpose of the Ivan Illich SIG is the promotion of intellectual consideration of the social critique and analyses of Ivan Illich, named by the Utne Reader "as the most important social critic" of the 20th century.
Contact: Dana L. Stuchul, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, dls268@psu.edu
Dues: $6.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Ivan Illich
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/368697139903738
Language and Social Processes (SIG #58)
Purpose: To explore directions in and issues of language and discourse practices, literacy, and learning processes and social contexts through studies grounded in sociocultural, constructivist and constructionist perspectives.
Contact: Kate T. Anderson, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, gourdo246@gmail.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Language and Social Processes
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1423636351209251/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/LspSig
Large Scale Assessment (SIG #141)
Purpose: To provide a forum for discussion of the status, issues, and concerns related to large-scale assessment, including practices and innovations in state assessment programs.
Contact: Bo Zhang, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, boz@uwm.edu
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Large Scale Assessment
Latina/o/x Research Issues (SIG #46)
Purpose: To provide opportunities for exchanging information among and between researchers and practitioners interested in issues of concern to Hispanics in the United States.
Contact: Nancy Acevedo-Gil, California State University - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA, n.acevedo.gil@gmail.com
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Latina/o/x Research Issues
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/latinxaoresearchissues/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERASIG_Latinx
Law and Education (SIG #59)
Purpose: To focus on legal issues affecting K-12 public and private education, as well as post-secondary education.
Contact: Raquel Muñiz, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, munizcas@bc.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Law and Education
Twitter: https://twitter.com/LawandEducSIG
Leadership for School Improvement (SIG #101)
Purpose: To examine how leadership of teachers, principals, and superintendents influences instructional capacity resulting in improved student outcomes and how policy guides this collaborative effort.
Contact: David Edward DeMatthews, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, ddematthews@austin.utexas.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Leadership for School Improvement
Leadership for Social Justice (SIG #165)
Purpose: To promote social justice teaching, research, service, and policymaking agendas, with the corollary aim of seeking to proactively improve educational leadership as a means of addressing equity concerns for underrepresented populations throughout P-20 education; also to share innovative, promising, and research-based programs, policies, and teaching strategies and proactively advocate on behalf of underrepresented populations in educational leadership.
Contact: Sonya Douglass Horsford, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, sdh2150@tc.columbia.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Leadership for Social Justice
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/150822794956627
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERALSJ
Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership (SIG #129)
Purpose: The LTEL SIG brings together professors and graduate students of educational leadership and administration, discipline specialists, educational theorists, curriculum developers, instructional technology specialists, learning specialists, educational researchers, classroom experts, practitioners, policymakers, and others concerned with Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership. The LTEL SIG provides a forum for: A managed conversation on issues related to learning and teaching in Educational Leadership and Administration; the integration of theoretical quantitative and qualitative studies of learning and teaching in Educational Leadership; discussion of investigations conducted in real educational settings, including investigations involving application of technology to learning and instruction; exploration of innovative methodologies; analysis of the implications of research and practice for learning and teaching in Educational Leadership; and assessment of the relationship of learning and teaching in Educational Leadership to policy development at local, state, and national levels.
Contact: Karen L. Sanzo, Old Dominion University, Hampton, VA, ksanzo@odu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LTELsig
Twitter: https://twitter.com/LTEL_SIG
Learning Environments (SIG #120)
Purpose: To provide a forum for dissemination of quantitative and qualitative research on all aspects of learning environments from classrooms and schools to non-school settings.
Contact: Rekha Bhan Koul, Curtin University, Perth, Australia, R.Koul@curtin.edu.au
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Learning Environments
Learning Sciences (SIG #39)
Purpose: Purpose: To bring a variety of disciplinary perspectives and empirical approaches to the study of learning as it occurs in school, online, in the workplace, at home, and in the community, and to the design of novel environments with the potential to facilitate learning more effectively.
Contact: Lama Ziad Jaber, Florida State University , Tallahassee, FL, lamazjaber@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
Lesson Study (SIG #180)
Purpose: Lesson Study
Contact: Jennifer M. Lewis, Wayne State University, Ann Arbor, MI, jmlewis@wayne.edu
Dues: $8.00 (1 yr); students $6.00 (1 yr)
Website: Lesson Study
Literature (SIG #61)
Purpose: To promote research that explores literary inquiry and interpretive practices, including innovative approaches to literary education in various contexts.
Contact: Katrina Emily Bartow Jacobs, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, kbjacobs@pitt.edu
Dues: $6.00 (1 yr)
Website: Literature
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1600100406973010/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/LiteratureSIG
Lives of Teachers (SIG #62)
Purpose: To promote the interchange of ideas and scholarly activities focused on inquiry into the lives of teachers. Teachers shall be defined as those working with students in classroom and tutorial settings, from pre-school through university. Research shall be viewed as inclusive of methods appropriate to the question of study and topics such as teacher narrative, biography, research on teacher development, including career trajectories, teacher characteristics, beliefs, and attitudes, and teaching as a profession; accounts of teachers lives in different times and in different countries; and portrayal of teachers in written literature, film and television.
Contact: Cheryl J. Craig, Texas A&M University - College Station, Spring, TX, cheryljcraig@tamu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Lives of Teachers
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/283212348677268/
Longitudinal Studies (SIG #63)
Purpose: To support and foster the understanding of longitudinal research designs and analyses in education and the use and dissemination of longitudinal data and substantive findings, including data from national (e.g., NCES), state (e.g., state administrative/tracking systems), and local (e.g., district) sources.
Contact:
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Longitudinal Studies
Marxian Analysis of Society, Schools and Education (SIG #157)
Purpose: To provide a forum for and advance research that examines educational and social issues from Marxian perspectives.
Contact: Alexander Means, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, alexmeans1@gmail.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Marxian Analysis of Society, Schools and Education
Measurement and Assessment in Higher Education (SIG #64)
Purpose: To provide an association, and to promote continuing education for individuals with an interest in college-level administration of educational and psychological measurement services.
Contact: Steven Stemler, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, sstemler@wesleyan.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Measurement and Assessment in Higher Education
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERA_SIG64
Media, Culture, and Learning (SIG #65)
Purpose: Devoted to critical inquiry and pedagogy on the use of media within cultural settings in formal and informal learning environments.
Contact: Ty Hollett, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, tyler.hollett@gmail.com
Dues: $8.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: https://sigmcl.weebly.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MCL.SIG/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MCL_SIG
Mentorship and Mentoring Practices (SIG #66)
Purpose: To foster mentoring programs and experiences, initiating research on the topic and providing networking and support.
Contact: Rubén Garza, Texas State University, Austin, TX, ruben.garza2001@gmail.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Mentorship and Mentoring Practices
Middle-Level Education Research (SIG #88)
Purpose: To improve, promote, and disseminate educational research reflecting early adolescence and middle-level education.
Contact: Cheryl R. Ellerbrock, University of South Florida, Sarasota, FL, ellerbro@usf.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: http://mlersig.net/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mlersig/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERASIG_MLER
Mixed Methods Research (SIG #158)
Purpose: To support, encourage, and increase dialogue and idea exchange among educational researchers utilizing mixed methods and those interested in integrating qualitative and quantitative research approaches.
Contact: Monica Reid Kerrigan, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ, KerriganM@rowan.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Mixed Methods Research
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aerammrsig/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERA_MMR_SIG
Montessori Education (SIG-in-Formation) (SIG #181)
Purpose: To support, promote, and disseminate information, research, and evaluation of Montessori education and philosophy, in both the public and private sector, through diverse research approaches and collaborations.
Contact: Angela Murray, The University of Kansas, Eudora, KS, akmurray@ku.edu
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Montessori Education (SIG-in-Formation)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AERAMontessoriSIG
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERAMontessori1
Moral Development and Education (SIG #67)
Purpose: To promote discussion about controversies and areas of agreement within the fields of moral development and education, and to provide informal opportunities for social interaction.
Contact: Jason M. Stephens, University of Auckland, Epsom, New Zealand, jm.stephens@auckland.ac.nz
Dues: $12.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Moral Development and Education
Motivation in Education (SIG #68)
Purpose: To advance the understanding of motivational processes in education, particularly by promoting research, exchanging ideas and perspectives, and by developing practices and interventions to improve learner motivation.
Contact: Carlton J. Fong, Texas State University, Austin, TX, carltonfong@txstate.edu
Dues: $20.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: http://motsig.org
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERA_MotSIG
Multicultural/Multiethnic Education: Theory, Research, and Practice (SIG #162)
Purpose: To provide a forum for the introduction, promotion, consideration, interaction of theory, research and practices regarding multicultural and multiethnic education, broadly defined, within all educational, cultural, societal and social settings, contexts, levels and locations.
Contact: Marcela G. Cuellar, University of California - Davis, Davis, CA, marcuellar@ucdavis.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $7.00 (1 yr)
Website: Multicultural/Multiethnic Education: Theory, Research, and Practice
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AERAMulticulturalEducationSIG
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERAmultiethnic
Multilevel Modeling (SIG #140)
Purpose: To promote the understanding, use, and dissemination of information regarding hierarchical linear modeling.
Contact: Hok Chio (Mark) Lai, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, hokchiol@usc.edu
Dues: $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Multilevel Modeling
Multiple Linear Regression: The General Linear Model (SIG #70)
Purpose: Interested in any methodological, applied, or teaching innovations related to multiple linear regression and/or the general linear model
Contact: Sara E. Tomek, Baylor University, Waco, TX, Sara_Tomek@baylor.edu
Dues: $20.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Multiple Linear Regression: General Linear Model
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MLRSIG
Music Education (SIG #71)
Purpose: The purpose of the Music Education SIG is to provide a professional forum for the discussion and dissemination of current research related to music teaching and learning.
Contact: Kenneth Elpus, University of Maryland - College Park, Ellicott City, MD, elpus@umd.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Music Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/218295164860183/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERASIG_MusicEd
NAEP Studies (SIG #99)
Purpose: To facilitate secondary analysis of the National Assessment of Educational Progress ongoing surveys regarding U.S. students knowledge, attitudes and experiences in diverse learning areas.
Contact: Cindy Ziker, Ziker Research, San Jose, CA, cindyziker@yahoo.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: NAEP Studies
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AERA.NAEP
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8861880/
Narrative Research (SIG #145)
Purpose: The Narrative Research SIG (Special Interest Group) of AERA is dedicated to supporting conversations about the place of narratives in educational research including but not limited to phenomenological, literary, critical, and performance conceptions of narrative analysis. The purpose of the Narrative Research SIG is to provide a forum for the exchange of information among individuals interested in informing/rethinking narrative research through a variety of narrative research studies in/with participants in a variety of educational settings.
Contact: Vicki Ross, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, vicki.ross@nau.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $6.00 (1 yr)
Website: https://sites.google.com/site/aeranarrativeresearchsig/
Online Teaching and Learning (SIG #35)
Purpose: To provide a forum for discussion and reporting on issues and research related to online teaching and learning
Contact: Ana-Paula Correia, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, correia.12@osu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Online Teaching and Learning
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AERAOTL/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERAOTL
Organizational Theory (SIG #73)
Purpose: To encourage scholarly inquiry and debate relating to traditional and alternative views of educational organizations.
Contact: David H. Eddy-Spicer, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, dhe5f@virginia.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Organizational Theory
Out-of-School Time (SIG #160)
Purpose: To provide a forum for researchers in out-of-school time teaching and learning to share resources and become each others' resources; to provide venues and opportunities to present related research; to bring additional knowledge and resources to AERA.
Contact: Natalie S. King, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, NatalieKing@gsu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Out-of-School Time
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OSTSIG
Twitter: https://twitter.com/OSTSIG
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12260538/
Paulo Freire (SIG #159)
Purpose: To honor Freire’s legacy by promoting scholarship that applies, extends, critiques, and reinvents Freirean pedagogy. Also, to promote historical scholarship that looks at the life of Paulo Freire and the context of his ideas and practices. Finally, to act as a catalyst for the creation of new forms of critical pedagogies that build upon the foundation that Freire established.
Contact: Sheila L. Macrine, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth, Wycombe, PA, Smacrine@umassd.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Paulo Freire
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PauloFreireAERASIG
Twitter: https://twitter.com/PauloFreireSIG
Peace Education (SIG #74)
Purpose: To create a global forum for scholars from diverse backgrounds and with varied perspectives to report and critically explore educational research and promote constructive changes in the areas of peace keeping, peace making, peace building, peace education, nonviolent conflict resolution, reconciliation, mediation, and more.
Contact: Margareth Lafontant, Medger Evers College, Brooklyn, NY, lafontantm@aol.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Peace Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Peace-Education-SIG-AERA-401061593955408/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERA_PeaceEd
Philanthropy and Education (SIG #148)
Purpose: To bring together researchers and members of the philanthropic foundation and non-profit communities interested in developing and disseminating knowledge about the role of philanthropy in educational policy and practice.
Contact: Kathryn P. Chapman, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, Kathryn.Chapman@uky.edu; Nabih Haddad, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, Rochester, MI, haddadn2@msu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Philanthropy and Education
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AERAPhilanthrop
Philosophical Studies in Education (SIG #76)
Purpose: Dedicated to the philosophical study of education and encourages scholarship within all types of philosophical study.
Contact: Paula McAvoy, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, paulamcavoy@gmail.com
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Philosophical Studies in Education
Politics of Education (SIG #152)
Purpose: To foster and support the conduct, dissemination, discussion, and application of research on the political functions and outcomes of education at all levels.
Contact: Sonya Douglass Horsford, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, sdh2150@tc.columbia.edu
Dues: $40.00 (1 yr); students $20.00 (1 yr)
Website: Politics of Education
Portfolios and Reflection in Teaching and Teacher Education (SIG #77)
Purpose: To discuss research and practice in developing, mentoring, and evaluating portfolios, as well as other forms of reflective pedagogy and assessment.
Contact: Katrina Liu, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV, katrina.liu@unlv.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Portfolios and Reflection in Teaching and Teacher Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1710734455685546/
Postcolonial Studies and Education (SIG #153)
Purpose: The Postcolonial Studies and Education SIG is an international SIG devoted to the study of education in and as effects of postcolonial, transnational, and globalization contexts.
Contact: Aparna Rita Mishra Tarc, York University, London, Canada, amishratarc@edu.yorku.ca
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $7.00 (1 yr)
Website: Postcolonial Studies and Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Postcolonial-Studies-and-Education-Special-Interest-Group-AERA-198817803522052/
Problem-Based Education (SIG #78)
Purpose: To provide a professional forum and network for those involved in research, theory, teaching, and development in problem-based learning for kindergarten through professional school learners.
Contact: Susan M Bridges, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, sbridges@hku.hk
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Problem-Based Education
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/177430106144640/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AeraPBE
LinkedIn: ttps://www.linkedin.com/groups/7490386/
Professional Development School Research (SIG #79)
Purpose: The purpose of the PDS Research SIG is to provide individuals engaged in research about Professional Development Schools with a forum for discussion and a space for mutual support. The PDSR SIG encourages thoughtful and rigorous research which emanates from a variety of theoretical perspectives and utilizes many different investigative approaches and methods, while remaining faithful to the core principles of the PDS movement originally articulated by the Holmes group in the 1980’s (Holmes Group, 1986, 1990). The PDSR SIG creates opportunities for inquiry, reflection, critique and collaboration among educators from all levels of the educational process and from all types of institutions and settings
Contact: Diane W. Gomez, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY, Diane.Gomez@mville.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Professional Development School Research
Professors of Educational Research (SIG #81)
Purpose: To promote dialogue and research on the teaching and proper usage of quantitative and qualitative educational research methods.
Contact: Marta Sánchez, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Mebane, NC, sanchezm@uncw.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Professors of Educational Research
Qualitative Research (SIG #82)
Purpose: To provide opportunities for discussion related to the philosophy, purposes, and methodological issues surrounding the use of qualitative research in social and educational contexts.
Contact: Jessica Van Cleave, Mars Hill University, Mars Hill, NC, jvancleave@mhu.edu
Dues: $10.00 (1 yr); students $5.00 (1 yr)
Website: Qualitative Research
Queer Studies (SIG #60)
Purpose: To foster empirical, interpretive, and critical educational research relating to queer studies, and to network individuals and organizations conducting or supporting such research.
Contact: Kamden Strunk, Auburn University, Opelika, AL, kks0013@auburn.edu
Dues: $15.00 (1 yr); students $10.00 (1 yr)
Website: Queer Studies
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/aeraqsig/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/aeraqueersig
 
 
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