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News & Press: About CPED


Wednesday, March 21, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Carolyn Carlins
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Join CPED at the following AERA events....

CPED Member Meeting: Improvement Science & the DiP – Can it be done? (Closed)
Friday, April 13, 11am-1pm, Warwick New York, Second Floor, Oxford Room

How Education Across Doctorates & Disciplines Develops Individuals who Understand and Enact the Dreams, Possibilities, and Necessities of Public Education (Open)
CPED and SIG 168 AERA Annual Event 
Friday, April 13, 2-4pm, Warwick New York, Second Floor, Oxford Room

How Ed.D. Programs Develop School Leaders Who Work for the Dreams,
Possibilities, and Necessity of Public Education

Monday, April 16, 8:15-10:15 am, New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Regent Parlor


 Support & Learn from our Members at AERA....

Roundtable Session 1:Graduate & Postdoctoral Education Across the Disciplines SIG Friday, April 13, 4:05-5:35pm, New York Hilton Midtown, Third Floor, Rendezvous Trianon

  • Evidence From a Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate Program That Develops Ed.D. Students' Identities as Educational Leaders and Educational Researchers by Ray Buss, Arizona State University
  • How Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate Program Graduates Can Transform 21st Century Teacher and Learner Outcomes
    by  Jacqueline Hawkins, University of Houston
  • Madness to the Method? A Review of Ed.D. Studies From Texas A&M University (1982–2016)
    by Beverly J. Irby et al., Texas A&M University

Professional Identity Formation and Development — Paper Session
Saturday, April 14, 4:05-6:05pm, The Parker, Third Floor, Tansa 2 Room

  • Educational Learners, Leaders, and Researchers: Identity Development of Ed.D. Students in a Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate Program by Ray R. Buss, Arizona State University

Education and Professional Doctorates: Impacts and Innovation
Monday, April 16, 8:15-10:15am, New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Regent Parlor
 Chaired by Susan L. Schramm, University of South Carolina, and James E. Bartlett, North Carolina State University

  • Problems of Practice: A Document Analysis of Education Doctorate Dissertations by John Gillham, Gwynne Rife, Nicole William, The University of Findlay & Kara Parker, Wood County ESC