Systems Thinking in Education SIG 124
Systems Thinking in Education SIG 124
 
From the Chair
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Hello! Welcome to the Systems Thinking in Education Special Interest Group.  I am excited to serve in my first year as SIG Chair in 2022-2023. I encourage you to learn more about all the officers of this SIG by clicking on the “Who we are” link in the menu bar.

The purpose of the Systems Thinking in Education SIG is to focus on applications of systems thinking principles to address various issues in education. Systems thinking is a cross-disciplinary concept that spans a diversity of issues, populations, and contexts, and, thus, can foster system-level critical analyses of research and contextualization of truth. We pride ourselves in offering a welcoming venue for research that draws on transdisciplinary theories and constructs, integrated methods, and research approaches that aim to answer a breadth of questions from causal to interpretive/descriptive. 

I invite you to check out our Latest Announcements section for news related to the SIG and to visit us at the next AERA Annual Meeting.

I look forward to working with all of you!

Jackie Mania

 
 
SIG Purpose
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The purpose of the Systems Thinking in Education SIG is to focus on applications of systems thinking principles to address various issues in education.

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Call for Nominations - Two Positions
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The Systems Thinking in Education SIG has two open offices for the 2023 election year! Our SIG is currently accepting nominations from active SIG members for the following positions:

Chair-Elect (1-year term) – The Chair-Elect works closely with the Chair to perform general administration of the SIG. The Chair-Elect serves a 1-year term of mentoring with the Chair and then assumes the role of Chair of the SIG for two terms.

Program Chair-Elect (2-year term) – The Program Chair-Elect works closely with the Program Chair for a two-year term to organize sessions and communications related to the annual conference. The Program Chair-Elect then assumes the role of Program Chair of the SIG.

If you are interested in being included on the ballot for one of these positions, please submit the following information to Jackie Mania at Jackie_Mania@edpartnerships.org by October 14, 2022.

  1. First and last name;
  2. Institutional affiliation;
  3. Email address; and
  4. A biographical statement, which can be up to 200 words.

If you have any questions about the open positions or the election process, feel free to reach out to me via email at Jackie_Mania@edpartnerships.org.

 
 
Latest Announcements
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Oct 6, 2022


*Nominations* 

The Systems Thinking in Education SIG has two open offices for the 2023 election year! Our SIG is currently accepting nominations from active SIG members for the following positions:

Chair-Elect (1-year term) – The Chair-Elect works closely with the Chair to perform general administration of the SIG. The Chair-Elect serves a 1-year term of mentoring with the Chair and then assumes the role of Chair of the SIG for two terms.

Program Chair-Elect (2-year term) – The Program Chair-Elect works closely with the Program Chair for a two-year term to organize sessions and communications related to the annual conference. The Program Chair-Elect then assumes the role of Program Chair of the SIG.

If you are interested in being included on the ballot for one of these positions, please submit the following information to Jackie Mania at Jackie_Mania@edpartnerships.org by October 14, 2022.

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AERA 2023
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AERA encourages for participation in the 2023 Annual Meeting! Like the 2023 Presidential theme itself, the Call for Submissions encourages paper and session submissions that provide diverse theoretical, methodological, and subfield or disciplinary perspectives.

AERA is excited to create a dual-component annual meeting for 2023 that will be accessible, flexible, and rewarding for all participants, whether they present in Chicago during the place-based component (Thursday, April 13, through Sunday, April 16) or online during the virtual component (Thursday, May 4, and Friday, May 5).

 
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