SDTIC and Education Research
September 20, 2021 at 15:00 UTC / 8am PDT
Organized by Kelly Lynn Mulvey, Robyn Ilten-Gee, and Sarah Manchanda
This mini-conference featured several short talks, a discussant talk and break-out rooms focusing on research related to using social domain theory to study educational settings, strategies, and interventions, translating research for and partnering with schools, conducting research with teachers, and more.
Featured speakers: Stacy Horn, Olga Lucia González, Hanna Beißert, Chris Daddis, Larry Nucci (Discussant)
The speakers have shared the slides for their talks here
Social Domain Theory as a Global Concern, 2021
May 28th, 2021 (8am - 10am West Coast US / 10am - 12pm East Coast US / 4pm - 6pm UK / 5 - 7pm Central Europe)
Organized by Luke McGuire
This meeting focused on the ways in which Social Domain Theory and theorists can respond to the increasingly global nature of the moral and social-conventional issues we are interested in understanding. The meeting featured presentations by early career researchers Dr. Laura Elenbaas (University of Rochester), Dr. Jeanine Grütter (University of Konstanz) and Ayşe Yüksel (University of Exeter), followed by plenary thoughts from Prof.s Melanie Killen (University of Maryland) and Audun Dahl (UC Santa Cruz). Over 60 people attended the event.
SRCD preconference, 2021
April 5, 2021, 3pm - 6pm EST
Organized by Clare Conry-Murray, Matthew Gingo, and Nicole Campione-Barr
Meeting Schedule and Information
The preconference took place a few days before the SRCD biennial meeting in 2021. It was held virtually due to the global pandemic. The preconference included keynote talks by Melanie Killen, Judi Smetana, and Elliot Turiel. We also had flash talks by early career researchers (advanced graduate students and post-docs), and breakout working sessions to develop plans and resources for the Social Domain Theory community. Over 60 people attended the event.
SRCD preconference, 2019
March 20, 2019, 8:45am - 6:45pm EST
Baltimore, MD, USA
Organized by Audun Dahl, Kelly Lynn Mulvey, and Holly Recchia
This full-day preconference took place the day before the SRCD biennial meeting in 2019. The event offered an avenue for engaging with students, early career researchers, and senior scholars working within Social Domain Theory, providing opportunities to discuss common interests and learn about each others' work. The program focused on recent advances and current directions in research and theory within the Social Domain approach to social and moral development. Over 50 people attended the event.