Ed-Talks, Videos available on AERA site

September 20, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The American Education Research Association (AERA) regularly posts video interviews/presentations and contact from their journals.

“On February 18, 2016, AERA convened the Knowledge Forum scholars and a complementary group of national thought and policy leaders at a forum in Washington, D.C. …This event featured 13 of the rapid-fire Ed-Talks on significant research clustered around three themes—how people learn, how we can optimize learning, and how we can foster equitable outcomes.”  Source here .

From this knowledge forum, AERA has posted:

  • Ed-Talk Fact Sheets “The factsheets were used to provide context for the Ed-Talks and to convey that the ideas presented in the Ed-Talks stemmed from a deep pool of research” The topics fall under the following 3 subject  areas: How do people learn in in today’s information and technology rich world?; How can increasingly diverse schools optimize the learning needed to navigate this works?;  How can policy and practice foster equitable outcomes for all students?
  • Ed-Talk Videos “Each Knowledge Forum scholar created a six-minute Ed-Talk that conveyed key research findings crisply, quickly, and in ways that were meant to be compelling to policy leaders about the value and relevance of education research.”

Check ’em out! Rowan

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