The Division G Graduate Student Executive Committee leads and serves Division G graduate student members through virtual and on-campus outreach, a webinar series on the social contexts of education, travel awards to the Annual Meeting, a Pre-Conference program, and two student-led Annual Meeting sessions.
We encourage applications from graduate students who are interested in examining, interrogating, and resisting dominant processes of teaching & learning; languages & literacies; policy, politics, & praxis; and community education. Graduate students who question the ways in which social and technological change shapes our own educational research, policy, and practice and who want to be part of a community doing this work are encouraged to apply.
Presenting at the AERA Annual Meeting can be daunting. Our committee members compiled their best advice on how to make the most of the presenter experience. Make sure to have pen and paper ready to take notes; this is one information-packed hour!
Watch webinar video here.
Link to the corresponding presentation slides:
If you have not yet submitted your application for a Division G travel award, you now have another week to do so. See below for additional details.
Grad students, apply for one of the Division’s Travel Award to defray your expenses to and from Toronto. NOTE: applicant must be attending the annual meeting to receive this award.
Division G Campus Liaisons and those interested in joining the liaison network are welcome to this interactive webinar on Friday. You will hear from our speakers, ask them questions, and begin your own plan for connecting grad students across your institution.
We’ll see you there!
Students’ sensemaking of safe and unsafe schooling environments vary based on a number of social-contextual factors and are largely informed by students’ multiple social identities and locations. This webinar will engage scholars in a timely and proactive discussion to consider the ways educational research can be leveraged to center the educational experiences and voices of students with particular emphasis on creating safe and nurturing learning environments for all students.
As the annual meeting approaches, we are encouraging AERA members in or affiliated with Division G to please consider contributing to a classroom library in Detroit, MI. Detroit is not far from Toronto, Ontario – the site of the 2019 annual meeting.
To check out the wish lists, simply copy and paste the URLs beneath each teacher’s name. We thank you in advance, and we look forward to seeing you in Toronto in April!