Index to AERA SIG Program Sessions
This page provides a list of and links to each annual AERA SIG Program.
AERA Chaos and Complexity Special Interest Group Annual Meeting Programs
Session 4.05 Paper - Jeff Bloom "Chaotic and Complex Systems in Children's Thinking and Learning" (PDF)
Session 9.21 Paper - Clifford and Jardine "The Ontology of Hope: Lessons from a Child" (PDF)
Authors' Reflections from Sessions 31.09 to 31.13, 39.78, 41.90
Jens Rasmussen's "Textual Interpretation and Complexity - Radical Hermeneutics"
Sherrie Reynold's "Modernism’s Devastating Impact on Learning: The Tyranny of Consciousness"
Related Chaos & Complexity SIG material: [| Jeff Bloom's report: "Bateson @ 100" on the recent conference celebrating Bateson's centennial]
Launching and Sustaining Teacher Development Collectives: Complexity Qualities and Conditions That Support Teacher Learning — Xavier Eric Fazio (Brock University), Tiffany L. Gallagher (Brock University)
Emergence of a Beautiful Spiral: How to Marry Technology and Life in Designing Virtual Communities — Lyubov V. Laroche (Western Washington University), Barbara N Young (Middle Tennesse StateUniversity), Diane R. Penland (Western Washington University), Genet Simone (Western Washington University), Laurence R. Antil (Western Washington University), Dina Benedetti (Western Washington University)
The Absence and Emergence of Collective Understanding in the Mathematics Classroom — Jennifer Susan Thom (University of Victoria), Wolff-Michael Roth (University of Victoria)
Education as Human Development: Putting Theory Into Practice — Inna Semetsky (University of Newcastle)
Issues of Learning and Cognition as Complex Systems — Jeffrey W. Bloom (Northern Arizona University)
Discussion Paper of "Nonlinear Complexity in Children's Play: Wholistic, Fluid Connections, Script Theory, Theory of Mind, Brain Development, and Transdisciplinary Trading Zones" by Doris Bergen (Miami University) — Download Paper
Discussion Paper of "Nonlinear Complexity in Children's Play: Wholistic, Fluid Connections, Script Theory, Theory of Mind, Brain Development, and Transdisciplinary Trading Zones" by Doris P. Fromberg (Hofstra University) — Download Paper
Demystifying Epicuris' Dilemma Through the Arrow of Time: Critical Reflection As an Irreversible Process — Donald L. Gilstrap (University of Oklahoma)
Education, Complexity, and the Era of the Incuriosity — Mike Radford (Canterbury Christ Church University)
The 5-Year Change Process at a Secondary School: A Case Study — LuAnne Marie Forrest (Washington School District)
Urban School Reform and the Strange Attractor of Low-Risk Relationships — Brian Robert Beabout (The University of New Orleans)