Dr. Jim Lane AERA Proposals Accepted

Dr. Jim Lane AERA Proposals Accepted

November 11, 2018

Dr. Jim Lane, Senior Research Fellow in the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research, was recently honored by the American Educational Research Association.  Three papers submitted by Dr. Lane have been accepted for presentation at the AERA 2019 Annual Meeting in Toronto.  According to 2019 program chairs Jennifer Jellison and Janelle T. Scott, “AERA received more than 12,000 submissions this year. To ensure the highest quality papers presented at the Annual Meeting, submissions were reviewed by highly qualified reviewers.”  All papers were submitted to AERA Administration/Division A - Section 1: Leadership.

One of the papers, "Crises of Care and Critique: School Leaders and Narratives of Compassion Fatigue," is a group project.  In addition to Dr. Lane, research team members are Dr. Sally Everts, Dr. Ramona Phillips, Dr. Karyn Scott, and Dr. Yvonne Hefner.  In that project, the team is analyzing the experiences of compassion fatigue, also known as burnout, of current and former school administrators.  The other papers are individual studies being conducted by Dr. Lane.  One, titled "Transformative Leadership and the Ethics of Care and Community," is an autoethnographic study in which he analyzes his leadership experiences as a middle school principal.  The last paper is titled "States’ Codes of Ethics and Support for Vulnerable Students," in which Dr. Lane analyzes the codes of ethics across all states for evidence of support for vulnerable populations. 

 

 

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