Vancouver Preview, April 2, 2012
Vancouver Preview, April 2, 2012

President Ball Presses Professional Service

AERA President Arnetha Ball’s theme for the 2012 Annual Meeting resonates throughout the program, from the Opening Plenary Address by Linda Smith, entitled “The Knowing Circle of Indigenous Education: It Is Not Enough Just to Know,” to Ball’s Presidential Address, “To Know Is Not Enough: Knowledge, Power, and the Zone of Generativity.” Read more

Prominent Scholars Give 2012 Lectures
Jo-ann Archibald and William T. Trent will give the two most prominent of the Annual Meeting lectures in Vancouver this year. Read more

Social Science Evidence on Benefits of Diversity
Two presidential sessions at the 2012 AERA Annual Meeting will explore the role of research and its applications in current policy and legal actions involving social justice issues. Read more

Top Science Policy Officials Headline Sessions
Key science and research policy officials at U.S. federal agencies will speak on the current state of education research policies and priorities at the 2012 AERA Annual Meeting. Read more

Exhibits and Special Events Worth a Look
The AERA Annual Meeting offers several special opportunities for attendees to enrich their meeting experience. Read more

Opportunities for Graduate Students in Vancouver
Graduate students at the 2012 AERA Annual Meeting will have unique opportunities to explore this year’s theme, “Non Satis Scire: To Know Is Not Enough.” Read more

Get Your App On!
AERA offers the 2012 Annual Meeting Program mobile app to keep attendees up to date on all information about sessions and presentations. Read more

Vancouver Preview is published by the American Educational Research Association in order to inform members and meeting registrants about the 2012 AERA Annual Meeting.
Editor: Felice J. Levine
Managing Editor: Todd Reitzel
Contributors: Heather Gregory, Felice J. Levine, Todd Reitzel, Christy Talbot, Alicia Torres