Educational Change SIG 155
Educational Change SIG 155
 
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The AERA Educational Change SIG adopts an interdisciplinary and international approach to understanding many aspects of educational change, including large-scale reform, school-initiated change, school improvement, and classroom-level change.

 
 
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May 2022 Email Newsletter

Dear Educational Change SIG Members,

I don’t know about you, but it seems one minute ago I was sitting in the last Ed Change Session at AERA and the next I was cheering on all the incredible graduates in our field. Now that the official school year has ended, robes worn and grades delivered, I wanted to just once again express my gratitude to: 

  1. The whole SIG team for their tremendous work and dedication to make what might have been the most complex logistical AERAs work beautifully (we appreciate you!) 
  2. Sarah Fine, Carol Battle, and Krista Galleberg from the High Tech High Graduate School of Education for sharing some of their experiences and insights with us about the changing nature of teacher preparation. 
  3. All of you! Thank you for collegiality, brilliance, and dedication to the SIG! 

Additionally, we have attached the Lead the Change from our emerging scholar award winner Dr. Lauren Bailes, and a doctoral corner from one of our doctoral student winners, Dr. Reut Liraz. Our other winner, Dr. Cynthia Wise’s, doctoral corner piece from 2021 is also attached.  

Send news, jobs, publication calls - what have you - we are here to share all things ED Change!

Finally, please don’t hesitate to reach out with requests, ideas, or comments. We want the SIG to meet your needs and can do that more effectively if we know what they are. In the meantime, I hope each of you have some time ahead for respite and recharging. 

Jennie

Int’l Ed News 

Every month, Int’l Ed News (@intl_ed_news) publishes our Lead the Change Interviews.  This month, their site features snapshots from the Atlantic Rim Collaboratory (ARC) Education Thoughtmeet.

Thank you to our Partners

Educational Research for Policy and Practice
International Education News
International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement
Journal of Educational Change
Journal of Professional Capital and Community
National Principals Leadership Institute
School Leadership & Management

Join the Ed Change SIG!

To join the SIG: Non-members, please click here to become a member of AERA and one or more SIGs or to renew your AERA and SIG memberships. 

Current AERA members can add individual SIGs to their membership by clicking “Login,” entering your user name and password, and clicking on “Purchase Additional SIG Memberships” in your My AERA page. 

Become a SIG Sponsor/Partner

We encourage you to share why you enjoy the Educational Change SIG with your colleagues and extend the opportunity for joining to graduate students. If your organization/institution/journal/association/publisher is interested in hosting any events, please reach out to a member of the leadership team.

Share your News with Us

Please visit our membership page for all the Lead the Change articles, information on SIG awards and more.

Do you have a new publication? A new initiative? Presenting at a conference? Let us know, and we will post it on our Web Membership CornerFacebook and Twitter pages.  Please send your pictures and video clips from your presentations and conferences for our web pages! 

Warmest Regards,

Jennie Weiner, Chair
Olga Fellus, Program Chair
Corinne Brion, Secretary/Treasurer
Alex Lamb, Lead the Change Editor
Cynthia Wise, Social Media Coordinator
Taylor Strickland, Social Media Coordinator

 
 
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Non-members, please click here to become a member of AERA and one or more SIGs or to renew your AERA and SIG memberships.

Current AERA members can add individual SIGs to their membership by clicking “
Login,” entering their user name and password, and clicking on “Purchase Additional SIG Memberships” in their My AERA page.
 
 
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Lead the Change

The May 2022 issue of Lead the Change with Dr. Lauren Bailes is now available!  And, many thanks for Int’l Ed News for publishing all our LTC Issues on their site.  

Doctoral Corner:

If you are a graduate student and would like to be featured in a Doc Corner issue, please contact our Lead the Change Series Editor, Alexandra Lamb at alexandra.lamb@uconn.edu

 
 
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