AERA 2012 Annual Meeting April 13–17, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

AERA 2012 Annual Meeting April 13–17, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Friday, 17 August 2012

The AERA 2012 Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, included a host of innovative sessions and special events designed to engage AERA members and other participants in intense dialogue on the theme “Non Satis Scire: To Know Is Not Enough.”  This year, Sarah Davis and Mi Song Kim participated at the conference and here are the details:


For Conference theme, click here


Saturday Morning, April 14, 2012

30.081-1. What Did I Read? Multiple Literacies in STEM Teacher
Education. Division K - Teaching and Teacher Education; Roundtable

VCC, First Level, East Ballroom C; 10:35am to 12:05pm

Chair: Daniel Ness, Dowling College


Teacher’s Instructional Strategies in Multimodal Modeling-Based Activities for Teaching and Learning the Moon Phases. 

Mi Song Kim, Nanyang Technological University; Wei Ching Lee, Nanyang Technological University; Xiaoxuan Ye, Nanyang Technological University

Sunday Morning, April 15, 2012

41.066. Learning Mathematics Through Networked Classroom Activities: 10 Years of Progress? SIG-Research in Mathematics Education; Symposium

Sheraton Wall Centre, Grand Ballroom Level, North Grand Ballroom D; 8:15-10:15am 

Chair: Jeremy Roschelle, SRI International

Creativity: Pedagogical Moves in a Generative Classroom

Sarah M. Davis, National Institute of Education - Nanyang Technological University