AERA 2023 - Interrogating Consequential Education Research in Pursuit of Truth
The international session took place on April 14, 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM, at the Swissôtel Chicago.
This year, the conference theme focused on “Interrogating Consequential Educational Research in Pursuit of Truth” – a topic concerning the question how education research contributes to the knowledge production process.
Panel Discussion & Roundtables
How data collections, data centres and data repositories can contribute to education research was the question for our opening panel. Chaired by Ingrid Gogolin from the University of Hamburg, Amber Bryant from ICPSR and Rolf Strietholt from IEA presented their views on the necessity of data availability and data sharing and the question how international exchange is challenged by these opportunities.
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Download slides and booklet below!
The roundtables focused on following aspects and were chaired by German education researchers
- What do teachers need to successfully include children on the autism-spectrum in general schools?
Chair: Kathrin Berdelmann (DIPF, Berlin)
- Individuality and Responsibility: Challenges for Young People
Chair: Stefanie Greubel (Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences, Alfter)
- Exploring the Human Side of Change in Schools Facing Adversity: A Cross-national View
Chair: Esther Dominique Klein (TU Dortmund University)
- A transatlantic exchange about approaches, advances and multiple-reality perspectives on improving public schooling
Chair: Christine Becks (University of Duisburg-Essen)
- Project partner meeting between the Center for Innovative Research in Change, Leadership, and Education (CIRCLE) at Texas Technical University and the DIPF | Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education
Chair: Annika Wilmers (DIPF, Frankfurt/Main)
All contributions and short biographical notes are included in the booklet, which is available for download below.