Teaching & Teacher Education (K)
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Attention graduate students 🔊🔊🔊
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 Please consider applying by Oct 15!

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About Campus Liaisons:

 

The Division K Graduate Student Campus Liaisons program supports graduate student members of the division by fostering a professional community of emerging scholars oriented toward teaching and teacher education that promote social justice and equity.

Campus Liaisons work to:

• Build community at their institutions among graduate students interested in teaching and teacher education.

• Develop professional networks among Division K graduate students across institutions.

• Support graduate student members’ research efforts as well as their participation in Division K’s events, sessions, and programs.

• Engage with other graduate students on service projects to benefit their local communities.

Contact: Cory (cfoxen@ucdavis.edu) or Gabrielle (gabernal@umich.edu) with any questions.

The link to the interest form is: http://tiny.cc/DivKoutreach

For the fully accessible flyer with active links, please click here.

 
 
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In Memory: Professor Miriam Ben-Peretz
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Dear Division K members:

Professor Miriam Ben-Peretz passed away in July, 2020 in Israel. 

Miriam was a long time invaluable member of Division K. She was the recipient for the 2012 AERA Division K Legacy Award for Teaching and Teacher Education. 

Professor F. Michael Connelly has composed a thoughtful and beautiful piece to remember Professor Miriam Ben-Peretz.

 
 
New Initiatives... 🌱🌱🌱
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The Re-envisioning Teaching and Teacher Education in the Shadow of the COVID-19 Pandemic (RTTE) small grants program. The COVID-19 pandemic presents significant challenges and opportunities.  It has exacerbated racial and economic inequities and been seized on to spread disinformation and fuel xenophobia and sectarian violence across the globe. In the face of these challenges, communities of color have continued to work for and demand social justice and workers have mobilized to demand more just working conditions and economic policies School closures across the globe have resulted in an unprecedented shift to digital learning environments.  This shift creates new possibilities for teaching and for forging deeper relationships with families that respect their funds of knowledge. Yet, it can also contribute to learning loss for students living in poverty and students with special needs.  The pandemic is and will have significant socio-emotional, physical and academic impacts on children and youth. These, in turn, bear significant consequences for teachers, teaching and teacher education. In response, Division K has redirected funds budgeted for the cancelled 2020 AERA Annual Meeting to seed research projects that will generate insight into the challenges that families, P-12 schools, teacher education programs, and/or communities face related to the COVID-19 pandemic and how these challenges can be met to address persistent inequities and open new possibilities for envisioning and enacting teaching and teacher education. Projects in which researchers partner with an educational or community organization to address a particular COVID-related challenge are welcomed.  Early career scholars and advanced graduate students are especially encouraged to apply.

Please see the Call and Guidelines for complete information...

Applications are due July 10. 

Please email questions to dorothea.anagnostopoulos@uconn.edu

 
 
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