BU Wheelock at AERA 2022

Join BU Wheelock at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association (AERA), April 21–26, in San Diego.
All times are in Pacific Time. All times and locations subject to change—please check the official AERA schedule to confirm.


Presidential Session: Tuesday, April 26

The Status Quo Isn't Working: Forging New Paths in Educating Students With Disabilities in General Education


Tuesday, April 19

AERA Division E’s 3 minute Seed Grant Competition


Thursday, April 21

Advocacy and Community Engagement in Special and Inclusive Education

Understanding Secondary Educators' Changing Beliefs About and Practices Supporting Adolescent Literacy Learners in Secondary Schools

Becoming a Community of Novices: How Teacher Agency Bolstered Professional Learning in a Pandemic Context

Centering Autistic Experiences and Expertise for Educational Transformation

Let's Ban It: Navigating Polarizing Political Climates and Race Critically

Barriers and Pathways to Becoming a Justice-Oriented Social Studies Teacher

Beyond Exploratory: How Varied Qualitative Methodologies Can Inform and Advance the Field of Special Education

Civic Engagement and Corridors of Struggle and Meaning Across Domains

Restorying Deaf Representations Through #OwnVoices Comics

Using Mixed-Methods Approaches to Design Educational Interventions: A Heuristic Example

Division E Fireside Chat: Networking in a Virtual World


Friday, April 22

Examining the Disparate Policy Impacts of No Child Left Behind and the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act on Special Education Teachers

'Beyond Frustrated': Teacher Perceptions of State Educational Agency Support and Policies During COVID-19

The Role of Agency: Teachers, Administrators, and Caregivers Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic

Exploring Strategies to Address Needs in the Teaching Workforce

Teachers' Scientific Questions Differ by Child Gender in the Classroom

Black Joy, Love, and Resistance: Using Digital Storytelling to Center Black Students' Full Humanity

The Future of Education Research at the Institute of Education Sciences: A Community Dialogue and Reflection

Critical Orientations to Language in STEM Education: Praxis Beyond Replacement of Labels

Creating New Mathematical Possibility: Types of Student Actions With Creative Potential

Scaffolded Reading in a Response to Intervention Framework: Using Challenging Texts With Struggling Readers

A Duoethnography of Women of Color Academics at a 'Diversity-Focused' Institution: Tensions, Misalignments, and Academic Beckys

Back to the Future: An Invitation to a (Re)Imagined Methodological Space

Opportunities in Social Justice Mathematics Curriculum: Analyzing High School Algebra Lessons

Our SBA Circle: Creating an Allyship Network for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Scholars


Saturday, April 23

Elementary and Middle-Grade Students' Internet Reading Strategies During Online Inquiry in Self-Selected Topics

Shifting the Qualities of Questions Asked in Secondary Mathematics Education

Navigating ‘the Chaos’: Teacher Considerations While Adapting Curriculum and Instruction During the COVID-19 Pandemic

How Children's and Young Adult Book Lists Stack Up as Teacher Tools

Leveraging a Family Literacy Project to Connect Home and School Literacies

Urban Perspectives and Empirical Data


Sunday, April 24

Improving the Learning Experiences of High School Mathematics Students

Critical Contexts for Adolescents: Exploring Contextual Influences on Sexting Behaviors and on the Experiences of Gender-Expansive Adolescents

Recruitment and Retention of Transgender and Nonbinary Adolescents: A Pilot Longitudinal Study

Sharing My Privilege

The Anti-Defamation League's Peer Training Program: Developing a Sustainable Method for Ongoing Program Evaluation and Report Generation

Creating More Critical Conversations About Mathematics

A Dialogue on Humanizing Research Labs Across Graduate Students and Faculty

Simulations as a Tool for Preparing Teachers to Engage in Equitable Instruction

Translational Research: International Perspectives on Developing Social and Emotional Learning Skills and Future Readiness

Talent Development: Designing and Implementing Evidence-Based Career Interventions in the United States — Part 2


Monday, April 25

Using Pláticas to Move Beyond Silos: Equitable Education for Latina/o/x Students and Communities

Investigating the Role of Metacognition in Comprehension Processes

Teachers' Perceptions of Culturally Responsive Teaching Praxis in the Classroom: A Qualitative Study

(How) Does Engagement in Cyclic Simulations Impact Teacher Candidates' Eliciting of Student Thinking?

’They Know, but They Don't Know’: Expanding Relationality Through Hip-Hop Making

Community Colleges and English Learners: Perspectives on Transfer, Structure, and Equity

Equitable Pathways for English Learners in Community Colleges? An Examination of Access and Success in Transfer-Level English

Can They Always Transfer to a Four-Year College Later? Examining U.S.-High-School-Educated English Learners' Community College Transfer Pathway

Community College ESL Program Structure: Access, Equity, and Trade-Offs


Tuesday, April 26

Policy Research to State Law: Improving Early Education for Bilingual Children With Disabilities in Texas

Legitimate Peripheral Participation in Instruction: (How) Does It Impact Teachers' Teacher Practice?