2011 Annual Meeting Webcast - New Orleans
2011 Annual Meeting Webcast - New Orleans
2011 Distinguished Lectures

Designing Resilient Ecologies: Towards a Human Science of Learning

Kris D. Gutiérrez, University of Colorado - Boulder

2011 Presidential Address

2011 Awards Presentation

Toward an Interdisciplinary Understanding of Educational Inequity and Difference: The Case of the Racialization of Ability

Alfredo J. Artiles, Arizona State University

Wallace Foundation Distinguished Lecture

AERA Distinguished Lecture

Generalizing Across Borders: Policy and the Limits of Educational Science

Allan A. J. Luke, Queensland University of Technology

AERA Distinguished Lecture

The Tortured History of Reading Comprehension Assessment: Are There Lessons From the Past? Is There Hope for the Future? Will We Ever Get It Right?

P. David Pearson

Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award (2010) Lecture

From Eisenhower to Obama: Ruminations on a Federal Experience in Education

Emerson J. Elliott, National Council for the Accreditation of Teachers

AERA Distinguished Public Service Award Lecture 

Opening Plenary Session [Webcast]

Who Kidnapped Superman?

Diane Ravitch, New York University,

Cosponsored by the Supervision and Instructional Leadership SIG

Featured Presidential Session: Intervening to Shape the Future [Webcast]

Yrjö H. Engeström, University of Helsinki,

Cosponsored by the Cultural Historical Research SIG

Featured Presidential Session: Rethinking Remedial Education and the Academic-Vocational Divide: Lessons to Learn About Language, Cognition, and Social Class [Webcast]

Mike Rose, University of California - Los Angeles

Presidential Session co-sponsored by Division K: Teaching and Teacher Education, Invited Session  [Webcast]

Measuring and Developing Teacher Effectiveness: An Assessment of Research, Policy, and Practice


Eva L. Baker, University of California – Los Angeles


Linda Darling-Hammond, Stanford University; Gloria J. Ladson-Billings, University of Wisconsin – Madison; Edward H. Haertel, Stanford University

Presidential Session, Invited Session  [Webcast]

Revisiting the National Research Council Report How People Learn: A Re-Examination


Carol D. Lee, Northwestern University


“Social, Cultural, and Contextual Aspects of Prior Knowledge as the Basis of Learning,” 

Barbara Rogoff, University of California - Santa Cruz

“The Social Foundations of Why Learning Happens: Interest, Initiative, Engagement,” 

Nailah Suad Nasir, University of California – Berkeley

“Identity Development and Identity Bases of Learning Processes and Pathways of Participation in Cultural Practices,” 

Margaret Beale Spencer, University of Chicago

“From ‘Transfer of Learning’ to Knowledgeable Navigation Across Contexts,” 

Carol D. Lee, Northwestern University

“How People Use Technologies for Learning,” 

Roy D. Pea, Stanford University

“How Children Learn in the Lab and in the World: Stereotypes and Social Learning,” 

Andrew Meltzoff, University of Washington


Carol D. Lee, Northwestern University; James G. Greeno, University of Pittsburgh

Presidential Session co-sponsored by Hispanic Research Issues SIG [Webcast]

Generations of Exclusion: Mexican Americans and Education in the U.S.


Walter R. Allen, University of California-Los Angeles


Mexican American Educational Disadvantages Over Four Generations Since Immigration

Edward Telles, Princeton University

The Inter-Cohort Reproduction of Mexican American Dropouts

Rogelio Saenz, Texas A&M University

Presidential Session, Invited Session [Webcast]

Interest-Driven Learning and Participatory Democracy: A 21st-Century Agenda for Technology and Education


Constance Yowell, John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation


Connected Learning and Participation in a Networked Age,

Mizuko Ito, University of California – Irvine

New Media and the Future of Democracy: An Educational Agenda 

Joseph E. Kahne, Mills College

Creating Hybrid Online/Face-to-Face Spaces to Support Anytime/Anywhere Learning

Nichole D. Pinkard, DePaul University

The Internet and Activism: Taking the Long View, 

Ethan Zuckerman, Harvard University


Elyse A. Eidman-Aadahl, University of California - Berkeley

Presidential Session, Invited Session  [Webcast]

Beyond New London: Literacy Learning and the Design of Social Futures


William Cope, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign


“The New London Agenda in Retrospect,” 

Mary Kalantzis, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign

“Learning and Knowing - Issues and Principles,” 

Gunther Kress, Institute of Education – London

“Language and Learning and Digital Media,”

James Paul Gee, Arizona State University

“Appropriating Students' Multilingual Strengths and Multi-Modal Interests as Resources for Learning,” 

Courtney B. Cazden, Harvard University; Gail Cawkwell, University of Waikato, New Zealand

“Multiliteracies in Australia: Educational and Economic Reforms?” 

AllanA.J. Luke, Queensland University of Technology

“Teacher Orchestration of Talk in a Pedagogy of Multiliteracies,” 

Sarah Michaels, Clark University; Catherine O'Connor, Boston University; Richard Sohmer, Investigators Club

“Future Agendas for Multiliteracies,” 

William Cope, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign

Discussant: Brian V. Street, Kings College, London

Presidential Session, Invited Session  [Webcast]

Education Research for the Public Good: Shaping State and Federal Policies for English Language Learners


Diane L. August, Center for Applied Linguistics

Megan Hopkins, University of California - Los Angeles


“Fostering Meaningful Accountability for English Language Learners: What Will It Take?”

Robert T. Linquanti, WestEd; Kenji Hakuta, Stanford University;David Johns, U.S. Senate HELP Committee

“Using Research to Implement the Federal Agenda,”

Jennifer A. O'Day, American Institutes for Research

“Research in the Service of Policy: The Arizona Case,” 

Patricia C. Gandara, University of California - Los Angeles; Kevin G. Welner, University of Colorado – Boulder

“Implementing the Common Core for ELLs,” 

Diane L. August, Center for Applied Linguistics; Gabriela J. Uro, Council of Great City Schools