Academy Archives (25)

Recent Publications of Academy Fellows (April 2018)

Two booklets in the Educational Practices Series have been published.  “Accountable Talk: Instructional dialogue that builds the mind” (#29) was written by Academy Fellow Lauren B. Resnick and two of her colleagues, Christa S. C. Asterhan and Sherice N. Clarke.  “Proportional Reasoning” was written by Wim Van Dooren, Xenia Vamvakoussi, and Lieven Verscheffel, colleagues of Academy Fellow Eric de Corte.  Both booklets can be accessed by clicking on the Educational Practices Series at the top of the Academy’s homepage.


2019 General Assembly Meeting

On May 23-24, 2019, following the Days of the International Academy of Education held earlier this week, the General Assembly of the International Academy of Education took place at HSE University Moscow.  The General Assembly provides opportunities for educational researchers, policy makers, and practitioners from all over the world to meet and discuss key issues and problems in education.  This was the first time that the biannual meeting was held in Russia. Over the course of two days, Academy Fellows discussed joint projects and publications and provide opportunities for newly elected Fellows to introduce themselves and present their research. Members also took part in small group discussions on a variety of topics, including digital literacy and math education.


Upcoming 2018 Sessions

Members of the Academy are planning a session at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) which will be held in New York City from April 13 – 17.  The theme of the conference is “The Dreams, Possibilities, and Necessity of Public Education.”  David Berliner is organizing a session tentative entitled “Cohort, peer, and compositional effects on education outcomes” or “The impact of housing policy and spatial segregation on educational achievement.”  Other participants include Servaas van der Berg, Doug Willms, and Martin Carnoy.


Archived Publications


The Board, in early meetings, gave high and immediate priority to three projects for which task forces were set up: Home and School (which concerns the fruitful interaction of these two chief agents of education); Financing of Education (which concerns new means of supporting education and increasing its productivity); and Science Education. These projects have resulted in both book–length publications and, in some cases, also in shorter publications aimed at practitioners, as well as forming the basis for plans for workshops.


2017 GA Panel Discussions

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2017 General Assembly Info

The 2017 General Assembly meeting will be held on Monday, April 24, and Tuesday, April 25, at the University Club at Arizona State University.

The two day meeting will include academic sessions and presentations; a session involved Phoenix, AZ, educators; a business meeting; and a visit to the Heard Museum, one of the foremost Native American museums in the United States.  Academy Fellows David Berliner and Gustavo Fischman will serve as hosts for the event.


Academic Activities for April-August 2013

Academic Activities for April-August 2013

Dear Fellows:

Last December I confirmed the realization of the Academic Activities we had planned for 2013 during our last General Assembly at Victoria, April 2012.

Today I am attaching the following documents, for the activities that will be taking place in the next months:


Proposed Agenda - 2013 General Assembly

Dear fellows:

In order to start the planning of what I expect to be a very fruitful and successful General Assembly (Mrbach Castle,September 1-4, 2013) I am enclosing a proposal for the agenda to follow during the short time we will be able to meet this time.

Download proposal

I have prepared the program with the contribution of several fellows, but you are welcome to send your observations and viable proposals up to the end of July.

There are some issues I would like you to consider:

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