Papers and Presentations

This page provides a list with links to papers, authors, and AERA sessions in which they were presented.


MEMBERS — Add your paper by following these steps:

1. Click the "File" button at the bottom of this page and follow the steps for uploading your paper — Make sue there are no spaces in the file name of your paper.

2. Click on the "Edit" button at the bottom of this page.

3. At the bottom of the "Edit this page" window. Type in the following and replace the italicized text with your information.

  • AERA year - your name (your affiliation) - [[file filename | "title of your paper"]] (file type)

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Pre-SIG Papers:

AERA 1989 - Robert Houghton - overview of dissertation themes - "A Chaotic Paradigm: An Alternative World View of the Foundations of Educational Inquiry" (Web)

Member Papers Presented at meetings of the SIG:

AERA 2001 - Jeff Bloom - "Chaotic and Complex Systems in Children's Thinking and Learning" (PDF)

AERA 2001 - Clifford and Jardine - "The Ontology of Hope: Lessons from a Child" (PDF)

AERA 2002 - Jens Rasmussen - "Textual Interpretation and Complexity - Radical Hermeneutics" (PDF)

AERA 2002 - Sherrie Reynold - "Modernism’s Devastating Impact on Learning: The Tyranny of Consciousness" (PDF)

AERA 2007 - Jeff Bloom - "A Theoretical Model of Learning for Complexity: Depth, Extent, Abstraction, and Transfer of Learning" (PDF)

AERA 2007 - Sherrie Reynolds, et al. - "Science Education for a Complex World" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Sherrie Reynolds (Texas Christian University) - "Caring as Recursive Relations" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Xavier Eric Fazio (Brock University), Tiffany L. Gallagher (Brock University) - "Launching and Sustaining Teacher Development Collectives: Complexity Qualities and Conditions That Support Teacher Learning" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - 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) - "Emergence of a Beautiful Spiral: How to Marry Technology and Life in Designing Virtual Communities" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Jennifer Susan Thom (University of Victoria), Wolff-Michael Roth (University of Victoria) - "The Absence and Emergence of Collective Understanding in the Mathematics Classroom" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Inna Semetsky (University of Newcastle) - "Education as Human Development: Putting Theory Into Practice" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Jeffrey W. Bloom (Northern Arizona University) - "Issues of Learning and Cognition as Complex Systems" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Catherine Stein (East Carolina University) - "Naming the Space Between: Struggling to Describe Preservice Teachers' Negotiation of Reform-Based Mathematics Teaching" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Doris Bergen (Miami University) - "How Nonlinear Dynamic Systems Inform Meaning and Early Education" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Doris P. Fromberg (Hofstra University) - "Play and Brain Development as Complementary Nonlinear Dynamic (Chaotic/Complex) Systems" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Karen VanderVen (University of Pittsburgh) - "From Play Forms to Trading Zones: Towards the Development of Contemporary Scientific Thinking" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Donald L. Gilstrap (University of Oklahoma) - "Demystifying Epicuris' Dilemma Through the Arrow of Time: Critical Reflection As an Irreversible Process" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Mike Radford (Canterbury Christ Church University) - "Education, Complexity, and the Era of the Incuriosity" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - LuAnne Marie Forrest (Washington School District) - "The 5-Year Change Process at a Secondary School: A Case Study" (PDF)

AERA 2009 - Brian Robert Beabout (The University of New Orleans) - "Urban School Reform and the Strange Attractor of Low-Risk Relationships" (PDF)

AERA 2011 - Jeff Bloom (Northern Arizona University) - "Relationships, Systems, and Complexity" (PDF)
 

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