CIES 2022 – Minneapolis
66th Annual Meeting – (Illuminating the Power of Idea/lism)
The meeting ran between April 18-22, 2022.
- Empirical and theoretical approaches to address the pandemic and its impact on education, including the intensification of pre-existing trends.
- Initiatives and critiques from international, national, and local attitudes/actions to support students in the midst of COVID-19.
- Unintended consequences of COVID-19 on other traumatic/emergency situations and the impact on education.
- Voices of front-line teachers, parents, students and others involved in education during COVID-19.
- Making transparent the role of politics and economics on education and vice versa.
- Sharing tensions between where education is crafted and where education is being ‘done’.
- Understanding the role of decolonial, inclusive, anti-racist and pro-democracy movements in education.
- Learning and teaching from these movements and anticipating the impact on future generations.
- Framing the goals and outcomes of education and its influence on marginalized and minoritized communities and identities.
- Educational accounts from spaces on global front-line challenges including climate change, religious fundamentalism, militarization, dictatorships, misogyny, nationalism, white supremacy, and threats to elections, well-being, and individual and community rights.
- Curricular innovations from contested spaces.
- Comparative explorations of history, policy, practice, and implementation of educational innovations.
- Theoretical and empirical approaches to research that examines the idea of space and place.
- Playing with new ideas, theories, and ways of knowing in education and educational research.
- Imagining what can be done based on what has been learned and can be unlearned.
- Designing a future that is yet to be dreamed.
- Advocating for an educational future that speaks for all.
For CIES 2022, we have collaborated with the Minneapolis Insititute of Art (Mia) for an intimate evening to explore three wings of their famous art collection. All CIES conference attendees will be provided transportation on Wednesday, April 20th, 2022 from the Hyatt to Mia to spend the evening as a community amidst the treasures of the art museum. Between 6:00-9:00 pm, we will get to walk with our colleagues, purchase a drink, and immerse ourselves in the art.
CIES 2022 celebrates the power of song to bring us together and lift our hearts. VocalEssence will be visiting CIES 2022 on Tuesday evening, April 19th, 2022. We hope you will take advantage of this must-see event and invite you to explore their website https://www.vocalessence.org to learn more about this incredible organization.
"Learning Losses During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Understanding Increased Learning Disparities"
"On Brick-and-Mortar and Virtual Spaces for Learning: Reflections on Impacts of Global Shocks on Commitments for Quality and Equality of Educational Opportunity "
"Comparative and International Education: Reflecting on Extractivismo, Epistemic Genocide, and Theoretical Colonialism"
Thank YOU from the CIES 2022 Team!
We had nearly 1200 people joining us onsite and 1800 online. More details on the number of panels and papers are to come, but please know that we are so grateful for the enthusiasm, creativity, and engagement in every aspect of this conference.
The Hub will remain open until May 15th, where book launch videos and poster presentations are still available to view. The Film Festivalette will remain open until May 1, 2022.