DIVISION E: COUNSELING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT ,CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS poster presentation
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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS DIVISION E: COUNSELING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Division E solicits submissions in the area of counseling and human development consistent with the 2023 Annual Meeting theme, “Interrogating Consequential Education Research in Pursuit of Truth.” As researchers in counseling and human development, we are committed to creating, promoting, and disseminating research that enhances existing efforts to move systems toward equity and justice to support all learners across the lifespan, from early childhood to K-12 to higher education and adult learning. We are committed to serving the educational communities that we serve, and to collaboratively take evidence-based action to correct educational and social injustices, to use data to counter lies and misinterpretations, and to initiate cross-division and interdisciplinary collaborations with researchers and practitioners to strategically address complex social and educational problems. We are dedicated to addressing problems that are multi-dimensional and multiplex, using innovative approaches to research methods and methodologies, and working collaboratively across multiple disciplines. We favor submissions that report findings from completed research and welcome the use of diverse methodological approaches. Studies in the disciplines of counseling, clinical, and/or school psychology, school counseling, educational psychology, and human development are strongly encouraged. Areas of focus for SUBMISSIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: (a) developmental processes for children, adolescents, and adults, including the role that social processes and context play in lifespan development (b) evidence based counseling practices in educational, work, and health settings that foster equity, disrupt systemic inequality, and deepen learning (c) vocational and career development, particularly as it pertains to advancing justice in equal educational and employment opportunities (d) national and global equity and diversity issues related to counseling, psychology, and human development (e) the education and training of educators, counselors, psychologists, and other members of the helping professions that promote antiracist dispositions and practices (f) research on culturally responsive counseling, psychology, and human development intervention programs Symposium submissions are strongly encouraged and should present systematic research programs or multiple perspectives on important theoretical, applied, and/or methodological issues. Submissions that represent the mutual interests of Division E and AERA SIGs or that serve to integrate counseling and human development are strongly encouraged. Individual submissions will be reviewed blind and should not include author identification in the submission text. Submissions must adhere to the guidelines presented in the general CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS. The division accepts submissions in two sections: B) SECTION 2: HUMAN DEVELOPMENT. COMPLETENESS OF SUBMISSIONS. Authors should only submit complete papers. Proposals to write a paper are not eligible for consideration. They will be removed from consideration. The paper may be a preliminary paper, but it must be a complete paper. Upload of the final paper must be submitted no later than March 10, 2023. 6. ORIGINALITY OF SUBMISSIONS. Only paper and session submissions that have not been previously published or presented at another professional meeting are eligible. 7. A SUBMISSION MAY ONLY BE SUBMITTED TO A SINGLE DIVISION, SIG, or committee. Should the author(s) submit a paper or session to more than one unit (division, SIG, or committee), all versions of the submission will be removed from consideration. This includes submissions that are submitted multiple times with slight changes in the title and content; they are all considered versions of the same paper. ALL ABSTRACTS, PAPER UPLOADS, AND SESSION SUMMARY UPLOADS MUST BE SUBMITTED WITHOUT AUTHOR IDENTIFICATION. For paper submissions, all submissions are reviewed blind. For session submissions, each division, SIG, or committee selects blind or non-blind review. For the non-blind review of session submissions, the system will be set up to show author identification to reviewers for units that specify that this information should be included for review. Failure to exclude author identification from the abstract, paper upload, and session summary upload will disqualify the submission from consideration. References may include citations from the author(s) if applicable. 9. WORD LIMITS. Submissions of papers or sessions may not exceed the word limits specified in the “Advancing a Paper Submission” and “Advancing a Session Submission” sections. There are different word limits for different submission types. Please read the requirements carefully. Only submissions that adhere to the requirements will be considered. References, tables, charts, graphs, images, and figures should be added to the end of the document and are not included in the word count. IV. ADVANCING A PAPER SUBMISSION PAPER REQUIREMENTS A paper submission is an individual paper with one or more co-authors to be presented in a paper, poster, or roundtable session. Papers must be in the form of a complete narrative paper, whether still in progress or in final form for presentation. PowerPoint slides, summary tables, abstracts, or proposals to write a paper will not be considered. WORD LIMITS: 15 words or fewer for paper title. 120 words or fewer for abstract. 2,000 words or fewer for paper upload. Paper must contain no author identification. References, tables, charts, graphs, images, and figures should be added to the end of the document and are not included in the word count. Submissions will be removed from consideration if the paper exceeds the word limit or includes author identification. PAPER MUST ADDRESS AND WILL BE REVIEWED ON THE FOLLOWING SIX ELEMENTS: • Objectives or purposes • Perspective(s) or theoretical framework • Methods, techniques, or modes of inquiry • Data sources, evidence, objects, or materials • Results and/or substantiated conclusions or warrants for arguments/point of view • Scientific or scholarly significance of the study or work • • It is understood that theoretical or methodological papers will include information that is the equivalent of element 4 for those genres of scholarly work. • Specific format or style, such as APA, is not required. . . Authors of accepted papers may upload a final paper by March 10, 2023. The initial narrative paper submitted will constitute the final paper unless an author uploads a revised paper. SESSION FORMATS FOR PAPER SUBMISSIONS When you submit an individual paper, you will be asked to select your preferred session format for presentation; that is, in a paper, poster, or roundtable session. To submit, you select “paper” submission. During submission, you then select your preferred presentation format of paper, poster, or roundtable. All formats provide a means for grouping related papers into sessions, with different opportunities for discussant and audience participation. Meeting rooms for paper sessions will be set up theater-style; poster sessions will include video monitors; and roundtable sessions will be set up with roundtables. The following session formats are used by program chairs to group accepted papers. PAPER SESSIONS. In paper sessions, authors present abbreviated versions of their papers, followed by comments/critique if there is a discussant, and audience discussion. Paper sessions have a chair; discussant(s) are optional. Chairs and discussants for paper sessions are identified by unit program chairs. A discussant (or discussants) is included as part of a paper session only if a discussant’s expertise can add to the understanding of the papers. A typical structure for a session with four or five papers allows approximately 5 minutes for the chair’s introduction to the session, 10 minutes per presentation, 20 minutes of critique, and 15 minutes of discussion. Session chairs may adjust the timing based on the number of presentations and discussants (where applicable) scheduled for the session. Individuals must be attentive to the time allocation for presenting their work in paper sessions. In the case of multiple-authored papers, more than one person may present, but multiple presenters must divide among the presenters the total time available to them. They should take steps to ensure that including more than one speaker does not detract from the overall presentation of the work or infringe on the time allotments for other presentations. POSTER SESSIONS. Place-based poster sessions combine display of materials on a video monitor with the opportunity for individualized, informal discussion of the research with attendees during a 90-minute session. Papers accepted for place-based poster sessions will be grouped by the program chair into appropriate poster sessions. Individual presenters who are accepted will create an iPresentation for monitor display during their poster session that will also be additionally accessible for viewing through the AERA Virtual Poster Gallery. Papers accepted for virtual poster presentations will be available for on-demand viewing at any time. Authors of virtual poster presentations will include an overall narration as part of their iPresentation. This interactive technology will permit the presenter to include video, sound, text, narration, and charts. ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS. Roundtable sessions allow maximum interaction among presenters and with attendees. Papers accepted for a roundtable session will be grouped by the program chair into tables with three-to-five papers per table, clustered around shared interests. Each roundtable at a roundtable session will have a designated chair, who is knowledgeable about the research area, to facilitate interaction and participation. Because the emphasis is on interaction, there will be no discussants. Each roundtable session will be scheduled for a 90-minute time slot. Because of the emphasis on brief presentations and discussion and the physical configuration of this type of session, no additional audiovisual equipment is provided. Authors wishing to display brief information may do so from their own tablet or laptop computer (if you plan to use a laptop, be sure the battery is charged, as a power source will not be provided). All authors accepted presenting their papers in place-based poster sessions will be provided with monitors to display their iPresentations, and their work will be included in the AERA Virtual Presentation Gallery. Authors presenting posters on the virtual platform will prerecord an overall narration and have their work available to be viewed on-demand at any time through the Gallery. Authors presenting in paper sessions or roundtable sessions are encouraged to create an iPresentation to make their work additionally accessible in the Gallery beyond their scheduled session.