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We are in the midst of a vibrant and troubling education paradox. On the one hand, it is a time of remarkable interest in education, with increased attention to reform policies, unprecedented educational legislation, and money from all sectors devoted to these efforts. In public discourse, education remains foundational to opening up a range of opportunities: to achieve social and economic mobility, to gain and secure employment, and to develop future life skills. Politicians refer to the knowledge society, economists write about the new economy, and the proliferation of innovative technologies demands new forms of learning in an unparalleled knowledge economy. Yet the path or shape that these efforts take is toward technocratic and market-driven solutions to the everyday issues schools, teachers, and students experience. These trends often benefit parents with means who can move their children out of the public education system into private learning settings that they hope are more likely to offer a value-added education for ”new times.” At the same time, schools are becoming increasingly segregated, with high teacher attrition rates in many districts.
In his recent book Why School? (2009), education researcher Mike Rose argues for the persistent relevance of school and explores how in narrowing their purposes of education, schools have neglected the wider goals of democratic education. In this period of significant social and technological change, there is a place for education research that is oriented not only toward its traditionally valued and enduring purposes but significantly toward public policy and the public good; research that helps us avoid a kind of reductionism, quick fixes, and narrow conceptions of teaching/learning, assessment, curriculum, teacher preparation, and education reform. In a time of extraordinary opportunity, research can enable us to see through the political and polemical tangles and can move us past the current policy impasse toward a new democratic vision of schooling.
This will require nothing less than a renewed, creative social imagination.
Our intent is that the 2011 Annual Meeting will stimulate a new dialogue
about the contributions that education research can make
to the public sphere. As we continue to think about issues of
rigor, validity, and elegance of design, we hope that conference
submissions will consider the connection to and integration of
questions of the public good as a central notion in conceptions of
the work we do.
T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Foreword ... 3
2011 Program Committee ... 4
Program Highlights... 6
Professional Development and Training Courses ... 19
Division Highlights and Sessions ... 24
Special Interest Group Sessions... 39
AERA Governance Meetings and Events ... 58
Working Groups, Off-Site Visits, and Tours ... 60
Meet Fellows in Education Research... 61
Meetings of Afﬁliated Groups ... 62
Navigating the Annual Meeting ... 64
Explanation of Session Formats ... 64
Meeting Services and Facilities ... 64
Registration ... 64
Annual Meeting Program and Supplement ... 65
Exhibit Hall ... 65
On Site Services ... 65
Career Center... 66
Gender Neutral Facilities... 66.
Graduate Student Council Resource Center... 66
Housing and Hotel Information... 66
Emergency and Medical Assistance ... 66
Telephone Numbers... 66
Chronological Listing of Sessions ... 67
Thursday (Pre-Meeting Events)... 67
Saturday ... 115
Sunday ... 201
Monday ... 268
Tuesday ... 341
Wednesday (Post-Meeting Events)... 381
AERA Governance... 382
AERA Central Ofﬁce Staff ... 384
Participant Index ... 385
Subject Index ... 435
Directory of Exhibitors ... 448
AERA Exhibit Hall Map... 449
Hotel Floor Plans ... 450
New Orleans Hotels Map... 457
Program Advertisements... 458
Meeting Rooms at a Glance... 492
F O R E W O R D
Welcome to New Orleans! This city serves as a rich and dynamic context for elaborating this year’s Annual Meeting theme, Inciting the Social Imagination: Education Research for the Public Good. Many considerations have helped to shape our program, but certainly the city’s unique cultural and political history and its distinctive location played important roles. As one example, Hurricane Katrina showed us that cities like New Orleans are spaces in which remarkable resilience and tragedy coexist in ways that make our job as researchers complex and challenging. New Orleans offers us an important space in which to bring to bear the best of what we know about human sciences to address complex social and educational problems that this city and many cities are experiencing in the United States and around the globe.
No single theory, method, or policy can serve as the silver bullet to transform education and to ensure robust learning opportunities for all our nation’s students. Our slate of Presidential sessions and our featured speakers and activities reﬂect a range of approaches, methods, theoretical orientations, and disciplinary foci all organized around a central goal: to leverage educational research and scholarship to advance the ﬁeld, to contribute to the knowledge base, and to promote the public good. Our Presidential sessions include, for example, international researchers, scholars from sociology, legal studies, computer and cognitive science, and critical geography, as well as panels of researchers who are at the forefront of education research, policy, and practice. It is our sincere hope that the knowledge-sharing and -building that will take place in our sessions, working groups, community tours and events, and the rich conversations across venues and spaces will inspire you to continue the excellent research tradition that characterizes AERA but in ways that advance the public good.
One immediate step toward that end is to contribute to the Make It Right Foundation (www.makeitrightnola.org) housing project in the Lower Ninth Ward. Thus far, members have responded generously with donations toward an “AERA-supported” house. Members can contribute to this effort at registration, either online or in person.
Your participation in and contributions to our program have already made this a memorable experience for us. We hope that the 2011 Annual Meeting will be exceptionally memorable and productive for you as well.
University of Rochester
AERA Annual Meeting Program Chair Kris Gutiérrez
University of Colorado – Boulder
2 0 1 1 P R O G R A M C O M M I T T E E
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President: Kris D. Gutiérrez, University of Colorado – Boulder General Program Chair: Joanne Larson, University of Rochester
Division A - Administration, Organization, and Leadership Chair: Andrea E. Evans, Northern Illinois University
Section 1: Elizabeth Murakami-Ramalho, University of Texas - San Antonio Section 2: Alex Bowers, University of Texas - San Antonio
Section 3: Kristina Hesbol, Illinois State University Section 4: Jonathan Lightfoot, Hofstra University Section 5: April Peters, University of Georgia Division B: Curriculum Studies
Chairs: Isabel Nuñez, Concordia University; Therese Quinn, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Erica Meiners, Northeastern Illinois University Section l: K. Wayne Yang, University of California, San Diego; Eve Tuck, State University of New York, New Paltz
Section 2: Ming Fang He, Georgia Southern University; Rowena He, Harvard University
Section 3: Jillian Ford, Emory University; Karyn Sandlos, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Section 4: Jennifer Sandlin, Arizona State University; Jason Michael Lukasik, Chicago Botanic Garden
Section 5: Monica Garcia, California State University San Bernardino;
Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education; Pamela J. Konkol, Concordia University
Section 6: Dolores Calderón, University of Utah; Patricia Krueger, City University of New York
Division C: Learning and Instruction
Chair: Christopher Wolters, University of Houston
Section 1: Stephanie Al Otaiba, Florida State University; Carol McDonald Connor, Florida State University
Section 2: Keith C. Barton, Indiana University.
Section 3: Amy Ellis, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Nicole McNeil, University of Notre Dame
Section 4: Fouad Abd-El-Khalick, University of Illinois, Felicia Moore Mensah, Teachers College Columbia University
Section 5: Cindy Hmelo-Silver, Rutgers University; Krista Muis, McGill University
Section 6: Mimi Bong, Korea University; Becky Packard, Mount Holyoke College; Ellen Usher, University of Kentucky
Section 7: Aaron Doering, University of Minnesota; Dale Niederhauser, Iowa State University
Division D: Measurement and Research Methodology Chair:Terran L. Brown, ETS
Section 1: Terran Brown, ETS; Mary Pitoniak, ETS
Section 2: Jill Adelson, University of Louisville; Laura M. Stapleton, University of Maryland Baltimore County,
Section 3: Ryan Gildersleeve, Iowa State University; Penny A. Pasque, University of Oklahoma
Division E: Counseling and Human Development Section 1: V. Paul Poteat, Boston College
Section 2: James L. Rodriguez, California State University - Fullerton
Division F: History and Historiography
Chair: Roland Sintos Coloma, University of Toronto Division G: Social Context of Education
Chairs: Elizabeth Kozleski, Arizona State University; María E.
Fránquiz, University of Texas - Austin
Section 1: Maria Salazar, University of Denver; Francisco Rios, University of Wyoming
Section 2: Cinthia Salinas, University of Texas - Austin; Kathleen King, University of South Florida
Section 3: Pat Enciso, The Ohio State University; Aydin Bal, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Section 4: Minda Lopez, Texas State University - San Marcos; Angela Arzubiaga, Arizona State University
Section 5: Django Paris, Arizona State University; Jason Irizarry, University of Connecticut
Division H: Research, Evaluation, and Assessment in Schools Chair: Paul Favaro, Peel District School Board
Section 1: Antoinette (Toni) Stroter, University of Iowa Section 2: Rosanne Brown, Peel District School Board Section 3: Jim Flaitz, The University of Louisiana - Lafayette Section 4: Vickie Cartwright, Orange County Public Schools Division I: Education in the Professions
Chair:Sara Kim, University of California - Los Angeles Division J: Postsecondary Education
Chair: Terrell L. Strayhorn, University of Tennessee - Knoxville Section 1: Tonya N. Saddler, Marywood University; Frank Harris, San Diego State University
Section 2: T. Elon Dancy, II, University of Oklahoma; Rachelle Winkle-Wagner, University of Nebraska.
Section 3: Amy Bergerson, University of Utah; Caroline Turner, Arizona State University
Section 4: Ryan Gildersleeve, Iowa State University; Margaret Sallee, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Section 5: Erik Ness, University of Georgia; David Tandberg, Pennsylvania Department of Education
Section 6: Jenny Lee, University of Arizona; James Earl Davis, Temple University
Division K: Teaching and Teacher Education
Chair:Linda R. McIntyre, South Carolina State University Section 1. Gisele Ragusa, University of Southern California
Section 2: Jamel Donnor, College of William and Mary; Kmt Shockley, George Mason University
Section 3: Patricia Espiritu Halagao, University of Hawaii; Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, San Francisco State University
Section 4: Maria E. Torres-Guzman, Teachers College, Columbia University;
Mariana Suoto-Manning, Teachers College, Columbia University Section 5: Belinda Bustos Flores, University of Texas, San Antonio;
Ellen Riojas Clark, University of Texas, San Antonio
Section 6: Adrienne Dixson, Ohio State University; Kenneth Fasching- Varner, Edgewood College
Submitters, Reviewers, and Program Chairs
AERA wishes to extend our appreciation to all submitters, reviewers, Division program and section chairs, and SIG chairs and program chairs for making the 2011 Annual Meeting a success. Without the hard work, support, and dedication from each of these individuals, who comprise the backbone of the AERA Annual Meeting, participants and attendees would not be able to beneﬁt from the quality of the presentations and richness of the interaction.
A complete listing of the 2011 Program Committee (with Division section chairs) is listed above. A listing of SIG chairs and program chairs may be found on the AERA Annual Meeting website.
A special thank you to all the reviewers who served on expert peer-review panels and contributed importantly to the work of authors and the culmination of a vibrant meeting. A complete listing of all reviewers is available on the AERA Annual Meeting website.
Section 7: Leticia Alvarez Gutiérrez, University of Utah; Mary Burbank, University of Utah
Section 8: Connie Anderson, Texas Tech University; Susan Myers, Texas Tech University
Section 9: Dorinda Carter Andrews, Michigan State University Section 10: Jorgelina Abbate-Vaughn, University of Massachusetts - Boston; Ann Douglass, University of Massachusetts
Division L: Educational Policy and Politics Chair:John W. Sipple, Cornell University
Section 1: Kenneth Wong, Brown University; Greg Garn, University of Oklahoma
Section 2: Erica Frankenberg, Pennsylvania State University Section 3: Donald Peurach, Michigan State University Section 4: Katrina Bulkley, Montclair State University Section 5: Rebecca Jacobson, Michigan State University Section 6: Becky Smerdon, Quill Research Associates Section 7: Thomas Smith, Vanderbilt University Annual Meeting Policies and Procedures Committee Mitchell J. Nathan, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Committee on Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity in Education Kathleen Weiler, Tufts University
Committee on Scholars of Color in Education Tabbye Maria Chavous, University of Michigan Graduate Student Council
Annis N. Brown, Michigan State University International Relations Committee
Beverly Lindsay, The Pennsylvania State University Social Justice Action Committee
William Watkins, University of Illinois - Chicago Special Interest Group (SIG) Representatives Vincent A. Anfara, Jr., The University of Tennessee Geni Cowan, California State University - Sacramento Steﬁnee Pinnegar, Brigham Young University
Leann G. Putney, University of Nevada - Las Vegas Sharon H. Ulanoff, California State University - Los Angeles Executive Director
Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research Association
Technological Innovations for 2011 Annual Meeting AERA Program App and Twitter
As part of AERA’s continued effort to improve the delivery and usability of the Annual Meeting Program, the Association is introducing two new electronic communications features this spring: a mobile application (app) and Twitter.
The complete program for registered attendees is featured in electronic and searchable format as the 2011 AERA Annual Meet- ing Program app, for handheld personal digital assistant (PDA) units such as iPhones, iPads, Blackberries, and smart phones run- ning on the Droid platform. Key functions of the app, supported by Core-Apps, include: Exhibitors, Sessions, Speakers, Social Media, Maps, and a Dashboard that allows attendees to create a personalized schedule. Registrants can download the free app to their mobile device by pointing their mobile browser to http://www.aera.net/mobileapp.htm. Registrants may also access the app on their personal computers via that same URL.
In addition, education researchers can share comments in 140 characters or less about sessions, new research, special events,
and much more via the Association’s Twitter account at www.twitter.com/AERA_EdResearch). Sign up online to join this real-
time information network and participate in the streaming conversations.
P R O G R A M H I G H L I G H T S
AERA Presidential Address Designing Resilient Ecologies: Towards a Human Science of Learning Kris D. Gutiérrez University of Colorado-Boulder Sunday, April 10, 4:05 pm–6:05 pm New Orleans Marriott, Mardi Gras Ballroom
AERA Distinguished Lecture
Generalizing Across Borders: Policy and the Limits of Educational Science
Allan A. J. Luke
Queensland University of Technology Friday, April 8, 4:05 pm–5:35 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C3
Wallace Foundation Distinguished Lecture Toward an Interdisciplinary Understanding of Educational Inequity and Difference: The Case of the Racialization of Ability
Alfredo J. Artiles Arizona State University Saturday, April 9, 12:25 pm–1:55 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C3
Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award (2010) 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
University of California-Berkeley Monday, April 11, 12:25 pm–1:55 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C3
Presidential Session/Opening Plenary Session Who Kidnapped Superman?
New York University
Cosponsored by the Supervision and Instructional Leadership SIG
Friday, April 8, 6:00 pm–7:00 pm
New Orleans Marriott, La Galerie 5
AERA Awards Presentation and Presidential Address
52.010. AERA Awards Presentation and Presidential Address.
Sunday, April 10 - 4:05 pm -6:05 pm New Orleans Marriott, Mardi Gras Ballroom Chair:
Joanne Larson, University of Rochester Awards and Presenters:
Palmer O. Johnson Memorial Award, Maria E. Torres-Guzman, Columbia University
Review of Research Award, V.P. Franklin, University of California - Riverside
Relating Research to Practice Award, Robert S. Rueda, University of Southern California
E.F. Lindquist Award, Edward H. Haertel, Stanford University
Early Career Award, Vanessa Siddle Walker, Emory University
Outstanding Book Award, Lynda Stone, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Committee on Scholars of Color in Education Awards, Tabbye Maria Chavous, University of Michigan
Distinguished Contributions to Gender Equity in Education Research Award, Kathleen A. Weiler, Tufts University Social Justice in Education Award, James Earl Davis, Temple University
Distinguished Public Service Award, P. David Pearson , University of California - Berkeley
Presidential Citations, Kris D. Gutierrez, University of Colorado - Boulder
Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award, P. David Pearson , University of California - Berkeley AERA Presidential Address:
Designing Resilient Ecologies: Towards a Human Science of Learning
Kris D. Gutiérrez, University of Colorado - Boulder
Joint Social Justice Combined Reception
Preceded by the Social Justice in Education Award Lecture (see next page). Cosponsored by the Afﬁrmative Action Council, Committee on Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity in Education, Committee on Scholars of Color in Education, and Social Justice Action Committee.
29.010. Joint Social Justice Combined Reception.
Friday, April 8 - 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm New Orleans Marriott, La Galerie 3 Chairs:
Tabbye Maria Chavous, University of Michigan James Earl Davis, Temple University
William H. Watkins, University of Illinois - Chicago Kathleen A. Weiler, Tufts University
AERA Welcomes New Members and First-Time Meeting Attendees
New members and ﬁrst-time meeting attendees are invited to an orientation session. This session offers an opportunity to learn more about the Association and the beneﬁts of being a member, as well as helpful tips on navigating the Annual Meeting.
30.011. AERA Welcoming Orientation for New Members and First Time Attendees.
Saturday , April 9 - 7:00 am - 8:00 am New Orleans Marriott, Mardi Gras Salon E Chairs:
Kris D. Gutiérrez, University of Colorado - Boulder Arnetha F. Ball, Stanford University
Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research Association
Graduate Student Council Open Business Meeting and Reception
Graduate Students are strongly encouraged to attend the Open Business Meeting and Reception of the Graduate Student Council to learn more about the GSC work and initiatives Reception to follow.
40.010. Graduate Student Council Open Business Meeting and Reception.
Saturday, April 9 - 6:15 pm - 7:45 pm Astor Crowne Plaza, St. Charles Ballroom Chair:
Annis N. Brown, Michigan State University
AERA SIG Open Meeting and Reception for SIG Officers
The SIG Open Meeting and Reception provide an informal forum for current and incoming SIG ofﬁcers to interact with ofﬁcers from other SIGs, members of the SIG Executive Committee and AERA Central Ofﬁce staff. Bring questions and ideas on membership outreach, Annual Meeting planning, and other topics of interest to share.
66.002. AERA SIG Open Meeting and Reception for SIG Officers.
Monday, April 11 - 4:05 pm - 6:05 pm New Orleans Marriott, La Galerie 1 Chair:
Sharon H. Ulanoff, California State University - Los Angeles
AERA Open Business Meeting
The AERA Open Business Meeting provides a time for Association members to discuss important issues regarding education research and the work of AERA. Members are encouraged to attend this meeting convened by AERA President Kris D. Gutierrez. Chairs of the AERA Standing Committees will present summary reports on key Committee initiatives and activities undertaken during the current year.
72.001. AERA Open Business Meeting.
Tuesday, April 12 - 8:15 am - 9:45 am Sheraton, Rhythms Ballroom III Chairs:
Kris D. Gutiérrez, University of Colorado - Boulder
Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research Association
AERA Distinguished Public Service Award Lecture From Eisenhower to Obama: Ruminations on a Federal Experience in Education Emerson J. Elliott National Council for the Accreditation of Teachers
Sunday, April 10, 10:35 am–12:05 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C3 Social Justice in Education Award (2011) Lecture
Lesson One - I Would Sing: Social Justice Research and Heeding the Persistent Cry of the Young
William C. Ayers
University of Illinois - Chicago Friday, April 8, 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm New Orleans Marriott, La Galerie 2
CLS v. Martinez: The Clash of College Student Organizations and Nondiscrimination Principles in Higher Education Michael A. Olivas University of Houston President, Association of American Law Schools Cosponsored by the Hispanic Research Issues SIG, the Law and
Education SIG, and Division J - Postsecondary Education Sunday, April 10, 10:35 am–12:05 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom D Intervening to Shape the Future
Yrjö H. Engeström University of Helsinki
Cosponsored by the Cultural Historical Research SIG Saturday, April 9, 4:05 pm–6:05 pm
Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C1
Rethinking Remedial Education and the Academic-Vocational Divide:
Lessons to Learn About Language, Cognition, and Social Class Mike Rose
University of California - Los Angeles Monday, April 11, 12:25 pm–1:55 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom A2-A3
A D D I T I O N A L A W A R D L E C T U R E S
F E A T U R E D
P R E S I D E N T I A L
S E S S I O N S
Generations of Exclusion: Mexican Americans and Education in the United States Cosponsored by the Hispanic Research Issues SIG
Saturday, April 9, 2:15 pm - 3:45 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom A2-A3
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
P R E S I D E N T I A L S E S S I O N S O F S P E C I A L I N T E R E S T
Inside the Black Box: Understanding Educational Processes and Mechanisms Cosponsored by Division D - Measurement and Research Methodology
Sunday, April 10, 12:25 pm - 1:55 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C3
Modeling Mediation: Causes, Markers, and Mechanisms Stephen W. Raudenbush, University of Chicago
How Can We Use Multi-Site Experiments to Investigate Education Processes and Mechanisms?
Sean F. Reardon, Stanford University
On Spatial Grounds: Critical Geography and Education Research for Social Justice Saturday, April 9, 2:15 pm - 3:45 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom B2 Seeking Spatial Justice Edward Soja, University of California - Los Angeles Passionate Afﬁnity Spaces and the Public Sphere James Paul Gee, Arizona State University
Cultural Dimensions of Informal and Formal Learning:
Design-Based and Community-Based Perspectives
Monday, April 11, 10:35 am - 12:05 pm
Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom B3
Informal Learning in Contributing to a Community
Barbara Rogoff, University of California - Santa Cruz
How and Why Youth Learn Longitudinally Across Diverse Environments
Philip L. Bell, University of Washington
A D D I T I O N A L P R E S I D E N T I A L S E S S I O N S
Friday, April 8
20.011. Closing the Opportunity Gap: What America Must Do to Give All Children an Even Chance. Chairs: Kevin G.
Welner, Prudence L. Carter; Participants: Angela Valenzuela, Gloria J. Ladson-Billings, Gary A. Orﬁeld, Janelle T. Scott, Amy Stuart Wells, Michele S. Moses, John S. Rogers
23.011. Interest-Driven Learning and Participatory Democracy: A 21st-Century Agenda for Technology and Education. Chair: Constance Yowell; Participants: Mizuko Ito, Joseph E. Kahne, Nichole D. Pinkard, Ethan Zuckerman;
Discussant: Elyse A. Eidman-Aadahl
Saturday, April 9
32.012. Beyond New London: Literacy Learning and the Design of Social Futures. Chair: William Cope; Participants:
Mary Kalantzis, Gunther Kress, James Paul Gee, Courtney B. Cazden, Gail Cawkwell, Allan A. J. Luke, Sarah Michaels, Catherine O’Connor, Richard Sohmer, William Cope;
Discussant: Brian V. Street
32.013. Developing and Testing Theories of Implementation:
Conducting Research With Educational Systems. Chair: William R. Penuel; Participants: William R. Penuel, Suzanne Donovan, Paul A. Cobb, Erin Craig Henrick, Chuck Munter, Anthony S.
Bryk, Alicia Grunow, Louis M. Gomez Milbrey W. McLaughlin;
Discussants: William R. Penuel, Nora H. Sabelli, Barry J. Fishman 32.014. Education Research for the Public Good: Shaping State and Federal Policies for English Language Learners.
Chairs: Diane L. August; Megan Hopkins; Participants: Robert T.
Linquanti, Kenji Hakuta, David Johns, Jennifer A. O’Day, Patricia C. Gandara, Kevin G. Welner, Diane L. August, Gabriela J. Uro 33.010. Inciting the Social Imagination: Implications of the New U.S. National Educational Technology Plan for Research and Reform. Chair: Barbara M. Means; Participants:
Barry J. Fishman, Yasmin B. Kafai, James W. Pellegrino, Chris J. Dede, Roy D. Pea; Discussant: Karen Cator
33.011. The Legal and Social Construction of Race: History and the Politics of Latinos in Education. Cosponsored by Division F - History and Historiography. Chair: Ruben Donato;
Participants: Mary Romero, Daniel Gilbert Solorzano, Ruben Donato, Dolores Delgado Bernal; Discussant: James D. Anderson 34.010. Race in the Postracial Era: New Directions for Critical Race Theory? Cosponsored by Division G - Social Context of Education. Chair: Gloria J. Ladson-Billings;
Participants: Margaret Montoya, Neil Gotanda, Gerald Torres;
Discussants: Gloria J. Ladson-Billings, William F. Tate 34.011. Standing Our Ground/Standing on Our Ground:
Indigenous Research as an Act of Defiance and Enlightenment.
Cosponsored by the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas SIG and the Indigenous Peoples of the Paciﬁc SIG. Chair: Sharon Nelson- Barber; Participants: Laiana Wong, Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy, Sandy M. Grande, Geni Cowan; Discussants: Sharon Nelson-Barber, Margaret J. Maaka
36.011. Building Theoretical and Research Collaborations Among LGBTQ Communities. Chair: Connie North;
Participants: Cindy Cruz, Roland Sintos Coloma, Lance Trevor McCready, Karleen Jimenez Pendleton; Discussants: Connie North, Cindy Cruz
36.014. We Have a Charge to Keep: Revisiting the Agenda of the AERA Commission on Research in Black Education (CORIBE), 2000-2010. Chair: Joyce E. King;
Participants: Joyce E. King, Annette M. Henry, Etta R.
Hollins, Gloria J. Ladson-Billings, Carol D. Lee, William H.
Watkins, Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy, Kristen L. Buras, Adrienne D. Dixson, Zeus Leonardo, Marvin Lynn, Cirecie A. Olatunji, Tara J. Yosso; Discussants: Garrett Albert Duncan, Beverly M. Gordon
38.010. Building Knowledge for Social Justice: The Relationship Between Social Science Research and a Political Movement to Change the “Common Sense” About Inequality. Chair: Jeannie Oakes; Participants: Jeannie Oakes, Prudence L. Carter, Sean F. Reardon, Lauren Fox, Joseph Edward Luesse, Janelle T. Scott, Kathryn Hill, Maria Eschaveste, Amy Stuart Wells; Discussants: Charles M. Payne, Stephen W. Raudenbush
Sunday, April 10
47.010. Boundary Crossing: Theorizing and Methodologies for Cultural-Ecological Studies of Learning. Chair: Carol D.
Lee; Participants: William F. Tate, Margaret Beale Spencer, Joan Chiao, Stephen W. Raudenbush, Takako Nomi, Carol D. Lee 47.011. Citizenship Education for the Public Good: Diversity, Immigration, and Schooling. Chair: James A. Banks;
Participants: James A. Banks, Patricia C. Gandara, Sonia Nieto, Gerard A. Postiglione, Audrey Helen Osler; Discussant: Gloria J. Ladson-Billings
47.012. Ten Years After the National Research Council Report Scientiﬁc Research in Education: Renewed Focus on the Public Good. Chairs: Elizabeth A. St. Pierre; Patti A.
Lather; Participants: Margaret A. Eisenhart, Robert E. Floden, Angela Valenzuela; Discussant: Michael J. Feuer
48.011. Design Research Exploring Transformative Frameworks for Learning and Education. Chair: Gerhard Fischer; Participants: Gerhard Fischer, Sharon Derry, Daniel R.
Zalles, Michael Eisenberg, Alexander Repenning; Discussant:
Allan M. Collins
48.012. Measuring and Developing Teacher Effectiveness: An Assessment of Research, Policy, and Practice. Cosponsored by Division K - Teaching and Teacher Education. Chair: Eva L. Baker;
Participants: Gloria J. Ladson-Billings, Edward H. Haertel, Linda Darling-Hammond
49.012. Maintaining Public Education for the Public Good:
A Discussion of the Political and Economic Threats to Higher Education. Cosponsored by Division J - Postsecondary Education. Chair: LeAnn G. Putney; Participants: Arthur Levine, David F. Labaree, Gustavo E. Fischman, Sara Goldrick-Rab;
Discussant: William G. Tierney
Innovative Approaches to Scholarship
Four evening Presidential sessions will embrace your senses and present research using innovative or nontraditional approaches to scholarship.
26.010. Innovative Approaches to Scholarship I: Slam High. Chair: Bronwen E. Low; Participant: David Smith 41.011. Innovative Approaches to Scholarship II:
Listening to the Sounds of Science: Knowledge and Making Sense in Urban Middle Grades Classrooms.
Chair: Walter S. Gershon
54.010. Innovative Approaches to Scholarship III:
Documentation, Legality, and Unspoken Risks: The Effect of Immigration Enforcement on Child Well- Being. Chair: Vivian L. Gadsden
69.011. Innovative Approaches to Scholarship IV: Living Narratives and Cultural Identities: Creating a Digital Home to Protect and Preserve a Physical One. Participants: Nick Slie, JuliAnna Avila
50.010. Determining the Quality of Teacher Education Programs. Chair: Kenneth Zeichner; Participants: Kenneth Zeichner, Linda Darling-Hammond, Suzanne M. Wilson, Nancy Zimpher; Discussant: Arthur Levine
50.011. Learning for Social Change: Bridging Youth Activism and the Learning Sciences. Chair: Ben R. Kirshner;
Participants: Nancy M. Ares, Manuel Espinoza, Ernest D.
Morrell, Ben R. Kirshner; Discussant: Nailah Suad Nasir 50.012. UC Links: The Transformative Power of Collaborative Design and Practice. Chair: Charles F. Underwood; Participants:
Charles F. Underwood, Leann Parker, Jacqueline S. Hotchkiss, Lynda D. Stone, Ivan Rosero, Robert A. Lecusay, Camille Campion, Shirin Vossoughi, Olga A. Vasquez; Discussants: Luis C. Moll, Yrjö H. Engeström
Monday, April 11
62.012. Horizons in Research Methodologies: Alternative Methodologies/Shifting Epistemologies. Chair: Ezekiel J. Dixon- Roman; Participants: Kathleen D Hall, John Jackson, Ezekiel J.
Dixon-Roman, Zeus Leonardo; Discussant: Shirley Brice Heath 63.010. Powerful Ideas: A Conversation With Researchers and Community Organizers Working Together to Enhance the Public Good. Chair: John S. Rogers; Participants: Lauren Wells, Pauline Lipman, Jitu Brown, Mark R. Warren; Discussant: Shawn A. Ginwright
65.010. Coming to Terms With Our Past: Historical
Memory, Trauma, and Healing. Chair: Roland Sintos Coloma;
Participants: Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy, Laura Munoz, Eileen H. Tamura, Amy E. Wells-Dolan, William H. Watkins 65.011. Hopes for and Realities of the Assessment Consortia.
Chair: Lorrie A. Shepard; Participants: Laura Slover, Joseph L. Willhoft, Jeffrey Nellhaus, Linda Darling-Hammond;
Discussants: Lorrie A. Shepard, Jack Buckley
65.012. Practitioner Research: Counternarratives on Practice. Chairs: Marilyn Cochran-Smith, Susan L. Lytle;
Participants: Erin A. Hashimoto-Martell, Victoria Beatriz Ekk, Vanessa Morris, Gerald Campano; Discussants: Marilyn Cochran-Smith, Susan L. Lytle
66.010. Reading Policy in an Age of Accountability. Cosponsored by Division C - Learning and Instruction. Chair: Cynthia E. Coburn;
Participants: Cynthia E. Coburn, Sarah L. Woulﬁn, P. David Pearson;
Discussants: Peter P. Afﬂerbach, David K. Cohen
66.011. Revisiting the National Research Council Report How People Learn: A Re-Examination. Chair: Carol D. Lee;
Participants: Barbara Rogoff, Nailah Suad Nasir, Margaret Beale Spencer, Carol D. Lee, Roy D. Pea, Andrew Meltzoff, James G. Greeno; Discussant: Carol D. Lee
66.012. Standing in the Space of Response: Reimagining Research on Recurring Educational Problems. Chair: Cheryl J. Craig; Participant: Alan H. Schoenfeld; Discussants: D. Jean Clandinin, Walter Doyle, Gloria J. Ladson-Billings
66.013. Teacher Education in a New Era of School Improvement: Report of the Student Learning Student Achievement Task Force (National Board for Professional Teaching Standards). Chair: Robert L. Linn; Participants:
Douglas N. Harris, Robert L. Linn, Lee S. Shulman; Participant:
Lloyd Bond, Linda Darling-Hammond, Frederick M. Hess, Peggy G Carr; Discussant: Joan E. Auchter
Tuesday, April 12
72.010. A Research Agenda for the New K-12 Standards in Science/Engineering: Studying Innovations and Forms of Implementation That Advance the Goals of Equity and Diversity. Cosponsored by Division C - Learning and Instruction. Chairs: Nancy W. Brickhouse, James Earl Davis;
Participants: Jonathan F. Osborne, Jean Moon, David H. Monk, Richard A. Duschl, William R. Penuel, Gerald K. Letendre 75.010. Intersectionality as an Analytical Paradigm: Theory, Research, and Pedagogy. Chair: Roland Sintos Coloma;
Participants: Donna L. Deyhle, Lance Trevor McCready, Soﬁa A.
Villenas, Angela Calabrese Barton, Kevin K. Kumashiro 75.011. Reconceptualizing Our Instructional Methods, Assessments, and Accountability Systems to Ensure Success for English Language Learners. Cosponsored by Division D - Measurement and Research Methodology. Chairs: Terran Leon Brown, Emily J. Shaw; Participants: Charlene Rivera, Aida Walqui, Richard P. Duran, Jamal Abedi, Maria Martiniello; Discussant:
Eugene E. Garcia
Federal Priorities for Supporting and Advancing Scientiﬁc Research Sunday, April 10, 12:25 pm–1:55 pm
Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom B2
John Q. Easton, Director, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education
Joan Ferrini-Mundy, Assistant Director, Education and Human Resources, National Science Foundation Myron Gutmann, Assistant Director, Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences, National Science Foundation
Federal Visions, Aspirations, and Ambitions for Education Statistics Saturday, April 9, 12:25 pm–1:55 pm
Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C1
Jack Buckley, U.S. Commissioner of Education Statistics, National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education
Lynda T. Carlson, Director, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation
Featured AERA Sessions on Research and Science Policy
AERA Report and Recommendations on IES Reauthorization—New Release Monday, April 11, 2:15 pm–3:45 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom B2 Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research
Association Kenji Hakuta, Stanford University Carl F. Kaestle, Brown University Camilla P. Benbow, Vanderbilt University
The Advocacy Agenda for Education and Learning Research in Uncertain Times: What Preoccupies Our Washington Representatives
Saturday, April 9, 2:15 pm–3:45 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C1 Howard J. Silver, Executive Director, Consortium of Social Science Associations Paula R. Skedsvold, Executive Director, Federation of Associations in Behavioral
& Brain Sciences Martha Zaslow, Director, Oﬃce for Policy and Communications, Society for Research in Child Development
Gerald E. Sroufe, Director
of Government Relations,
Education Research Policy, Research Issues, and Research Support
38.015. Protecting the Rights of Participants in Rapidly Evolving Contexts: Aligning the Perspectives of IRBs, Investigators, and Institutions.
Cosponsored by AERA Division G - Social Context of Education and AERA Ethics Committee.
Saturday, April 9, 4:05 pm - 5:35 pm Sheraton, Oak Alley
Chairs: Elizabeth Kozleski, Arizona State University; Carolyn D. Herrington, Florida State University; Participants: Patricia C. Gandara, University of California - Los Angeles; Cecilia Rios Aguilar, University of Arizona; Luis C. Moll, University of Arizona; Michael J. Saks, College of Law, Arizona State University; Shirley Laska, University of New Orleans and Center for Hazards Assessment, Response & Technology, UNO 38.016. Using Education Research Data to Advance
Saturday, April 9, 4:05 pm - 5:35 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom D
Chair: Barbara L. Schneider, Michigan State University;
Participants: Myron Gutmann, National Science Foundation;
George C. Alter, University of Michigan; Jane Hannaway, The Urban Institute; Sarah-Kathryn McDonald, University of Chicago
50.013. Are You Seeking a Research Grant? The Current Landscape of Federal Programs and Opportunities.
Sunday, April 10, 2:15 pm - 3:45 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C1
Chair: Deborah L. Vandell, University of California - Irvine;
Participants: Allen Ruby, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S.
Department of Education; Janice H. Earle, National Science Foundation; James A. Grifﬁn, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
63.014. The Canadian Deans Accord for Education Research and the Potential of Accords in Other Countries.
Cosponsor: Organization of Institutional Afﬁliates Monday, April 11, 12:25 pm - 1:55 pm
Sheraton / Napoleon Ballroom B2
Chair: Gerald E. Sroufe, American Educational Research Association; Participant: Robert J. Tierney, Dean, Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Sydney;
Discussants: Karen Symms Gallagher, Dean, Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California; Douglas J.
Palmer, Dean, Education & Human Development, Texas A&M University; Jane Close Conoley, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, University of California - Santa Barbara
Major New NRC Reports
49.014. Incentives and Test-based Accountability in Education—The 2011 National Research Council Report and Beyond.
Sunday, April 10, 12:25 pm - 1:55 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom D
Chair:Carolyn D. Herrington, Florida State University; Participants:Michael Hout, National Research Council Committee Chair and University of California - Berkeley; Kevin Lang, National Research Council Committee Member and Department of Economics, Boston University; Brian Stecher, National Research Council Committee Member and RAND Corporation; Discussants:
Michael T. Nettles, ETS; Adam Gamoran, University of Wisconsin - Madison
50.014. Learning Science: Computer Games, Simulations, and Education—Learning from and Building on the 2011 National Research Council Report.
Sunday, April 10, 2:15 pm - 3:45 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom B2
Chair: Eva L. Baker, University of California - Los Angeles; Participants: Ray S. Perez, National Research Council Committee Member and Ofﬁce of Naval Research; Constance A. Steinkuehler, National Research Council Committee Member and University of Wisconsin - Madison; Discussants: Yasmin B. Kafai, University of Pennsylvania; Barry J. Fishman, University of Michigan
60.012. High School Dropout, Graduation, and Completion Rates: Better Data, Better Measures, Better Decisions: Research Issues and Implication of the 2010 Report of the National Research Council.
Monday, April 11, 8:15 am - 10:15 am Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom B2
Chair and Discussant: Jane Hannaway, Urban Institute; Participants: John R. Warren, NRC-NAEd Committee Member and University of Minnesota; Elaine M. Allensworth, NRC-NAEd Committee Member and Consortium on Chicago School Research at the University of Chicago; Discussants: Henry M. Levin, Teachers College, Columbia University; Robert G. Croninger, University of Maryland - College Park
Future Directions in STEM Education
62.013. Advancement of K-12 Science Education for the Next Decades - Building Quality Education for the S in STEM.
Monday, April 11, 10:35 am - 12:05 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom A2&A3 Chair: Felice J. Levine, American Educational Research Association;
Participants: Helen R. Quinn, Chair, Board on Science Education, National Research Council, and Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford University;
Elisa L. Klein, University of Maryland, and 2009-2010 SRCD/AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow, Ofﬁce of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR), National Institutes of Health; Robert M. Hauser, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council and University of Wisconsin - Madison;
Discussants: Shirley Malcom, American
Association for the Advancement of
Science; Camilla P. Benbow, Vanderbilt
International Focus Sessions
AERA International Relations Committee
22.010. Explaining the Educational Trajectories of Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Youth in Secondary Education in Flanders (Belgium). Chair: Martha A. Montero-Sieburth, University of Amsterdam
34.018. Global Education From Middle School Through Postsecondary Education Settings. Chair: Akinyi Wadende, Texas State University
38.018. Identifying and Working Around the Challenges of Conducting International and Comparative Educational Research. Chair: Martha A. Montero-Sieburth, University of Amsterdam
48.017. Public and Higher Education Policy Challenges Emanating From Global and Domestic Disasters: Lessons and Paradigms From New Orleans Universities. Chair:
Kassie Freeman, Southern University - Baton Rouge
50.018. STEM in International Contexts. Chair: Ara Tekian, University of Illinois - Chicago
60.014. Toward a Positive Future. Chair: Tiina Itkonen, California State University - Channel Islands
63.019. Teachers’ Sensitiveness, Attitudes, Preparedness, and Practices in Regarding Student Diversity. Chair: Elizabeth Kozleski, Arizona State University
65.017. The Insistence of Transnational Biography:
Implications for Both Countries of Binational Movement of Students From the United States to Mexico. Chair: Edmund T. Hamann, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
75.012. Teachers’ Professional Identity. Chair: Annette M.
Henry, University of British Columbia
International Aligned Organizations
Australian Association for Research in Education
65.019. The Ethical Framing Education Research Practice British Educational Leadership, Management, and Administration Society
63.020. New Perspectives on Educational Leadership British Educational Research Association
48.018. British Educational Research Association Presidential Symposium:
Disciplines of Education: Their Future in Education Research Canadian Society for the Study of Education
32.018. When Large-Scale Assessment Meets Classroom Assessment:
Teachers’ Use of Province-Wide Assessments as Part of Students’ Grades Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management
32.017. Educational Leadership for the Public Good: Theory and Praxis Dutch Programme Council for Educational Research
22.012. Development of Teacher Interpersonal Expertise Throughout the Professional Career
Educational Studies Association of Ireland
36.019. Perspectives on Learner Voice in Educational Research: Dynamics and Dilemmas in Understanding and Representing Voice in Research Flemish Forum for Educational Research
33.016. How You Teach Is What You Get? Does the Curriculum Matter in the Promotion of Mathematical Skills in Elementary School Children?
International Academy of Education
34.019. Symposium: Poverty and Education
International Congress for School Effectiveness and School Improvement 49.023. Innovation, Transformation, and Improvement in School Reform: A Challenge to School Effectiveness and School Improvement Research
Netherlands Educational Research Association 60.016. Professional Learning Communities: Needs, Development, and School Policy
Nordic Educational Research Association
33.015. Gender in Education: Nordic Perspectives
Sessions Cosponsored by AERA and the World Education Research
63.013. Science Education and Building Science Skill in the Crucial Years of Children’s Learning—International Perspectives. Chair:
James W. Pellegrino, University of Illinois - Chicago; Participants:
Haﬁz M. Iqbal, Pakistan Association for Research in Education;
Justin Dillon, Kings College, London; Louise Archer, Kings College, London; Jennifer DeWitt, Kings College, London; Jonathan F.
Osborne, Stanford University; Beatrice Willis, Kings College, London;
Billy Wong, Kings College, London; Marcia Linn, University of California - Berkeley; Discussant: Helen R. Quinn, Chair, Board on Science Education, National Research Council, and Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford University
66.014. Design and Assessment of Learning-Focused Social Networks: International Perspectives. Chair: Klaus Breuer, Johannes Gutenberg Universitat Mainz; Participants: Jan L. Plass, New York University; Ong Kim Lee, National Institute of Education;
Eva L. Baker, University of California - Los Angeles; Judith Kalman, Cinvestav; Kyung Sung Kim, Seoul National University of Education;
Russell Shilling, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
AERA -Wide Sessions on International Topics
49.015. Mentoring Across Professions and National Borders:
Initiating a Collaborative Conversation. Chairs: Sarah K.
McMahan, Texas Woman’s University; Frances K. Kochan, Auburn University; Participants: Shaza Ezzi, King Abdulaziz University;
Gulliermo Hernandez, Universidad Autonoma de Aquascalientes;
William Y. Wu, Hong Kong Baptist University; Amos Carmeli, Wsizmann Institute of Science; Discussants: Joseph T. Pascarelli, University of Portland; Carol A. Mullen, University of North Carolina - Greensboro
62.014. International Benchmarking: Perspectives on
Methodology, Rhetoric, and Policy. Chair: Michael J. Feuer,
George Washington University; Participants: Moshe Justman, Ben
Gurion University; Hans Wagemaker, IEA; James H. Williams,
George Washington University; Avital Darmon, The Israel Academy
of Sciences and Humanities; Sylvia Schmelkes, Universidad
36.038. Division J Invited Session: Leadership of Higher Education in New Orleans: Institutional Responses to Katrina Sponsor: Division J - Postsecondary Education
Saturday, April 9, 2:15 pm - 3:45 pm JW Marriott, Ile de France I
Participants: Caroline Sotello Viernes Turner, Arizona State University; James Earl Davis, Temple University
38.014. Freedom Dreaming in the Urban South: Education Research, Public Policy, and the Powers of Imagination.
Saturday, April 9, 4:05 pm - 5:35 pm Sheraton, Rhythms Ballroom II
Chair and Discussant: Joyce E. King, Georgia State University;
Participants: Kristen L. Buras, Emory University; Adrienne D.
Dixson, Ohio State University; Sylvia Wynter, Stanford University 48.026. Critical Inquiry, Disaster, and Hope: New Orleans, Louisiana Sponsor: Division D - Measurement and Research Methodology Sunday, April 10, 10:35 am - 12:05 pm
Doubletree, Madewood A
Chair: Penny A. Pasque, University of Oklahoma; Participants: Gaile S. Cannella, University of North Texas; Michelle Perez, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale; Andre Perry, Capital One/University of New Orleans Charter Schools; Aaron M. Kuntz, University of Alabama; Discussant: R. Evely Gildersleeve, Iowa State University 48.017. Public and Higher Education Policy Challenges Emanating From Global and Domestic Disasters: Lessons and Paradigms From New Orleans Universities
Sponsor: International Relations Committee Sunday, April 10, 10:35 am - 12:05 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom B1
Chair and Discussant: Kassie Freeman, Southern University - Baton Rouge; Participants: Loren Blanchard, Xavier University;
Monique Guillory, Xavier University; Michael Cunningham, Tulane University; Jeffrey Johnson, Tulane University; Beverly Lindsay, Pennsylvania State University
60.022. New Orleans School Reform: What’s Happening on the Ground
Sponsor: Division B - Curriculum Studies Monday, April 11, 8:15 am - 10:15 am Astor Crowne Plaza, Astor Ballroom III
Chair: Richard Ayers, University of California - Berkeley;
Participants: Raynard Sanders, Research on Reforms; Deirdre Johnson Burel, Orleans Public Education Network; Lateresa Morgan, New Orleans parent; Brandon Bigard, New Orleans student
69.011. Innovative Approaches to Scholarship IV: Living Narratives and Cultural Identities: Creating a Digital Home to Protect and Preserve a Physical One (Presidential Session) Monday, April 11, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom B3
Participants: JuliAnna Avila, University of North Carolina - Charlotte; Nick Slie, Mondo Bizarro
74.010. The Women and Children of New Orleans: Five Years Later Sponsor: Committee on Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity in Education
Tuesday, April 12, 10:35 am - 12:05 pm Sheraton, Gallier
Chair and Discussant: Valerie Polakow, Eastern Michigan University;
Participants: Jane Henrici, Institute for Women’s Policy Research;
Karen Ann Johnson, University of Utah; Tracie Washington, Louisiana Justice Institute; Karran Harper Royal, Pyramid Community Parent Resource Center
75.013. When Opportunity Knocks: Dismantling the New Orleans Public School System Post-Katrina
Sponsor: Social Justice Action Committee Tuesday, April 12, 12:25 pm - 1:55 pm Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C2
Chair: Damekia Morgan, Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcer- ated Children (FFLIC); Participants: Raynard Sanders, Research on Reforms; Barbara W. Ferguson, University of New Orleans
Spotlight on New Orleans
There’s Still Time to Help Build a New House in New Orleans’s Lower Ninth Ward
Each year, the AERA President selects a deserving nonproﬁt organization located in the Annual Meeting host city and encourages meeting participants to consider donating to that organization when they register.
For 2011, AERA President Kris Gutiérrez selected the Make It Right Foundation, which is helping to rebuild New Orleans by constructing safe, sustainable, and affordable homes for working families in the city’s Lower Ninth Ward, which was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005. Actor Brad Pitt founded the organization to build 150 affordable, green, high-design homes in this two-square-mile neighborhood that was hardest hit by the storm. More information about Make It Right Foundation is available at http://www.makeitrightnola.org.
Attendees who are interested in supporting AERA’s effort to raise enough funds for the foundation to build an AERA-sponsored house may make a contribution during the Annual Meeting. Special donation forms are available at On-Site Registration, located in the Sheraton, Napoleon Foyer Third Level. Contributions may also be made via the AERA website at http://www.aera.net.
Please join the community of education researchers in lending a hand to make it right for a displaced family in New Orleans.
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New Orleans Off-Site
Visits and Tours
AERA Standing Committee Sessions
Committee on Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity in Education
23.013. A Fireside Chat: Telling Queer and Gendered Stories.
34.016. Constructing, Policing, and Investing in Adolescent Girls. Chair: Hannah M. Tavares, University of Hawaii – Manoa
47.013. How Does Gender Matter in Schools? Chair: Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon, The University of Tennessee
48.028. Rethinking Sex and Gender. Chair: Margaret A. Nash, University of California – Riverside
60.013. SAGE Open Business Meeting and Breakfast: A Conversation with James Earl Davis. Chair: Kathleen A.
Weiler, Tufts University
66.017. Learning Gender in the Rainbow Nation in the Context of AIDS and Other Social Problems. Chair: Deevia Bhana, University of KwaZulu-Natal
74.010. The Women and Children of New Orleans: Five Years Later. Chair: Valerie Polakow, Eastern Michigan University
Committee on Scholars of Color in Education
33.014. Analyses of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Higher Education. Chair: Maricela Correa-Chavez, Clark University 38.020. Youth Researching the State of Education in
California and Educational Acts of Courage. Chair: Ernest D. Morrell, University of California - Los Angeles
63.018. Race and Gender Matter: Achievement Processes Among African American Adolescents. Chair: Tabbye Maria Chavous, University of Michigan
72.011. Research on LGBTQ Issues: Perspectives From Diverse Communities. Chair: Kevin K. Kumashiro, University of Illinois - Chicago
78.010. Deconstructing Student Diversity for Schooling Equity: A Critical Discussion of Educational Research to Reinvent Language Policy. Chair: Virginia M. Gonzalez, University of Cincinnati
Communication and Outreach Committee
36.017. Insights from Leading Education Journalists:
Making Your Research Relevant to the Public and Policymakers. Chair: Larry McQuillan, American Institutes for Research
Social Justice Action Committee
22.011. The Voices of Diversity: What Students of Diverse Races/Ethnicities and Both Sexes Tell Us About Their College Experiences And Their Perceptions And Observations. Chair: M. Christopher Brown, Fisk University 36.014. We Have a Charge to Keep: Revisiting the Agenda of
the Commission on Research in Black Education (CORIBE), 2000-2010. Chair: Joyce E. King, Georgia State University 38.019. Wrestling With Contradictions: Social Justice in an Era of
School Choice . Chair: Pauline Lipman, University of Illinois - Chicago 75.013. When Opportunity Knocks: Dismantling the New
Orleans Public School System Post-Katrina. Chair: Damekia Morgan, Families and Friend of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (FFLIC)
AERA Committee Open Meetings
32.001. AERA Committee on Scholars of Color in Education Awards Presentation: Open Meeting. Chair:
Tabbye Maria Chavous, University of Michigan
33.003. AERA Social Justice Action Committee: Town Hall.
Chair: William H. Watkins, University of Illinois – Chicago 48.001. AERA Journal Publications Committee: Open Meeting. Changing Knowledge Ecologies: Revisioning Scholarly Publishing. Chair: Russell W. Rumberger, University of California - Santa Barbara
60.013. AERA Committee on Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity in Education Open Meeting and Breakfast: A Conversation with James Earl Davis.
Chair: Kathleen A. Weiler, Tufts University
63.001. AERA Affirmative Action Council: Open Meeting.
Chair: James Earl Davis, Temple University
Important Sessions for Current and Incoming SIG Officers
All current and incoming SIG ofﬁcers are strongly encouraged to attend one of the three SIG Leadership Orientation sessions and a special Open Meeting and Reception. Join members of the AERA SIG Executive Committee and AERA staff for an informative brieﬁng and discussion on SIG operations, Annual Meeting planning for 2012, and governance-related functions (bylaws, awards, nominations, and elections).
SIG Leadership Orientations:
23.004. Session 1: Friday, April 8, 4:05-5:35 pm
48.003. Session 2: Sunday, April 10, 10:35 am-12:05 pm 63.002. Session 3: Monday, April 11, 12:25-1:55 pm All sessions are in the Sheraton, Rhythms Ballroom III.
66.002. AERA SIG Open Meeting and Reception for SIG Officers Monday, April 11, 4:05-6:05 pm
New Orleans Marriott, La Galerie 1
Important Training Sessions
Online Program Management System (All Academic):
Demonstration and Training for Program Chairs Sheraton, Rhythms Ballroom III
36.010. Session 1: Saturday, April 9, 2:15-3:45 pm 48.010. Session 2: Sunday, April 10, 10:35 am - 12:05 pm 62.010. Session 3: Monday, April 11, 10:35 am - 12:05 pm AERA Web Content Management System Training for Division and SIG Web Managers
Sheraton, Rhythms Ballroom III
32.011. Session 1: Saturday, April 9, 8:15-9:45 am
60.010. Session 2: Monday, April 11, 8:15-9:45 am
Graduate Student Council Sessions
20.012: GSC Division J Fireside Chat: Bridging the Gap:
Translating Higher Education Research Into Policy. Chairs:
Bryan Gopaul, Lauren Theresa Schudde
25.012: Orientation to the Annual Meeting and Networking for Graduate Students and Campus Liaisons
32.015: Graduate Student Networking Opportunity With Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
34.017: GSC Division A Fireside Chat: Imagining a Better Education: The Convergence of Research, Policy, Practice and Participation. Chairs: Carl Byron Keys, Angela Urick 36.016: GSC Division E Fireside Chat: Make Me Marketable:
How Can I Reimagine the Promise and Potential of Education Research? Chairs: Shadi Roshandel, Jioni Lewis
40.010: Graduate Student Council (GSC) Open Business Meeting. Chair: Annis N. Brown
48.015: GSC Division B Fireside Chat: Hope and Healing in Justice Work: Dismantling, Changing, Rebuilding Curriculum. Chairs: Crystal T. Laura, Ronald Kenneth Porter 48.016: GSC Division I Fireside Chat: Making the Most of
Mentoring in Doctoral Education and Life Beyond. Chairs:
Christina M. Cestone, Robert Williams Ellis
49.020: GSC Chair Fireside Chat: Scholars of Color. Chair:
Annis N. Brown
49.021: GSC Division F Fireside Chat: Contesting the “His”
in History: How to Address Hetero-Patriarchy in Historical Research and Teaching. Chairs: Jessica Clawson, Nashwa Salem 49.022: GSC Division K Fireside Chat: Culturally
Responsive Research Approaches: Distinctive Means of Infusing Silenced Voices. Chairs: Talonda Michelle Lipsey, Norma Valenzuela
50.017: GSC Division L Fireside Chat: Critical Conversations:
Explaining Democratic Implications of Mayoral Takeover of School Districts. Chairs: Heather E. Price, Timothy Lyle Nordin
62.017: GSC Chair-Elect Fireside Chat: Race, Place, and Space: Finding Your Niche as a Recent Graduate. Chair:
Nicholas Daniel Hartlep
62.018: GSC Division H Fireside Chat: Reimagining Our Schools: An Exercise in Purposeful and Effective Evaluation.
Chairs: Whitney Elaine Wall, Bradley Joseph Coverdale 63.017: GSC Division C Fireside Chat: Taking Research to Scale
With Paul Cobb. Chairs: Janice Hansen, Yin Wah B. Kreher 65.015: GSC Division D Fireside Chat: Reinforcing the
Connection Between Diagnostic Modeling in Educational Research and the Public Interest. Chair: Dubravka Svetina 65.016: GSC Division G Fireside Chat: (Re)Imagining
Interdisciplinary Research Methodologies: Expanding Our Insights on the Social Contexts of Education. Chairs: Cecilia Henriquez, LaGarrett Jarriel King
66.016: GSC Chair-Elect Fireside Chat: The Last Hurdle:
Dissertation and Thesis Writing. Chair: Nicholas Daniel Hartlep
Important Session for 2012 Annual Meeting Peer Reviewers
49.016. So You Want to Be a Peer Reviewer: Learning to Review Annual Meeting Papers and Enhancing Annual Meeting Quality.
Sheraton, Napoleon Ballroom C2 Sunday, April 10, 12:25 pm to 1:55 pm Chairs:
Mitchell J. Nathan, University of Wisconsin - Madison Deborah L. Vandell, University of California - Irvine
Af te r t h e m e e t i n g , c h e c k i t o u t !
T H E A E R A O N L I N E PA P E R R E P O S I TO RY
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Deposited 2011 papers will be accessible to all 2011 registrants. 2011 meeting papers will be made available to registrants a few weeks after the Annual Meeting. The Repository serves as an archive of Annual Meeting presentations for the Association.
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Serves as a reference on current scholarship and research
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