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Learning In and Out of School: Education across the Globe

Learning In and Out of School: Education Across the Globe

Program

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

9:00 – 9:30
Opening Remarks

Learning In and Out of School: What We Know, What We Need To Know

9:30 – 11:00

Workshop – Learning

Chair
Carolyn Edwards
University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Open Attention as a Cultural Tool for Observational Learning
Suzanne Gaskins
Northeastern Illinois University

Discussant
Cho Hae Joang
Yonsei University

Third Childhood: What Schools Can Learn From Child-Centered Research
Cindy Dell Clark
Rutgers University–Camden

Discussant
Susan Blum
University of Notre Dame

"Mothers’ and Fathers’ Home-based Involvement in Urban China: Narratives Across the Life-Span"
Vanessa Fong
Harvard University

Discussant
Catherine Bolten
University of Notre Dame

11:00 – 11:15
Refreshment Break

11:15 – 12:45

Workshop – Schools

Chair
Christine Finnan
College of Charleston

"The Ancient Child In School"
Martin Bloomer
University of Notre Dame

Discussant
Gail Weinstein
Cook Inlet Tribal Council

"A Strange Way of Coming of Age: Why the Higher Education Conversation Needs Anthropology"
Susan Blum
University of Notre Dame

Discussant
David Lancy
Utah State University
                 
"A Great Scholar is an Overeducated Person: Credentialing, Critiquing, and Performing in Sierra Leonean Schools"
Catherine Bolten
University of Notre Dame

Discussant
John Herzog
Northeastern University

In and Out of School: Socializing Influences on the Development of US Middle Class Student Subjectivity
Peter Demerath
University of Minnesota

Discussant
Kevin Barry
University of Notre Dame

2:00 - 3:30

Workshop – Non-Academic Learning in Schools

Chair
Martin Bloomer
University of Notre Dame

"'This is Not Head-to-Head Education': Whole Child Development in a Waldorf School"
Elisa Sobo
San Diego State University 

Discussant
Carolyn Edwards
University of Nebraska–Lincoln

"Non-Academic Learning Through Yoga and Physical Education in a High-Poverty Urban Elementary School"
Christine Finnan
College of Charleston
                 
Discussant
Suzanne Gaskins
Northeastern Illinois University

"Education for Social Justice: Case Study of an 'Embedded' Schooling Model From India"
Tamo Chattopadhay
University of Notre Dame

Discussant
Leslie Moore
The Ohio State University

Mapping Low-Income African American Parents’ Role in their Children’s Education in a Changing Political Economy
Stuart Greene
University of Notre Dame

Discussant
Peter Demerath
University of Minnesota

3:30 - 3:45
Refreshment Break

3:45 - 5:15

Roundtable – What We’ve Learned Today

Closed Session, not open to the public

Facilitator
Kevin Barry
University of Notre Dame


Wednesday, May 23, 2012

9:00 - 10:30

Workshop – Other Forms of Education

Chair
Peter Demerath
University of Minnesota

"War and Army Widows in Urban Rajasthan: Myth, Violence, & the (Re)Making of Self"
Meghan Chidsey
Columbia University

Discussant
Tamo Chattopadhay
University of Notre Dame
                 
"Schooling, Learning, and Living: A Case Study of Haja Production School"
Cho Hae Joang
Yonsei University 

Discussant
Christine Finnan
College of Charleston

"Reflecting on Compagnonnage: An Ed/Anthro Blind Spot, or Real World vs Schoolroom Learning"
John Herzog
Northeastern University

Discussant
Rebecca Klenk
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
                 
Learning Crafts in Pre-Modern Society with a Focus on Apprenticeship
David Lancy
Utah State University                                               

Discussant
Elisa Sobo
San Diego State University

10:30 - 10:45
Refreshment Break

10:45 - 12:15

Workshop – Other Forms of Schools

Chair
Lesile Moore
The Ohio State University

Shifting Curricula, Shifting Selves: Three Generations of Learning and Non-learning in a Himalayan Alternative School
Rebecca Klenk
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Discussant
Cindy Dell Clark
Rutgers University–Camden
                                   
Double Schooling in Northern Cameroon and Central Ohio
Lesile Moore
The Ohio State University                                       

Discussant
Martin Bloomer
University of Notre Dame

"An Alaskan Native Success Story: The New Spirit of Determination In the American Public School System
Gail Weinstein
Cook Inlet Tribal Council

Discussant
Meghan Chidsey
Columbia University

"Books, Stories, and the Imagination at 'The Nursey Rhyme' : A Qualitative Case Study of the Learning Environment at an Italian Preschool"
Carolyn Edwards
University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Discussants
Vanessa Fong
Harvard University
and
Stuart Greene
University of Notre Dame

1:30 - 2:45

Roundtable – Theory

Closed Session, not open to the public

Facilitators
Suzanne Gaskins
Northeastern Illinois University
David Lancy
Utah State University
Carolyn Edwards
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
John Herzog
Northeastern University

2:45 - 4:00

Roundtable – Practice

Closed Session, not open to the public

Facilitators
Stuart Greene
University of Notre Dame
Cho Hae Joang

Yonsei University
Elisa Sobo
San Diego State University

4:00 - 4:15
Refreshment Break

4:15 - 5:30

Roundtable – Next Steps

Closed Session, not open to the public

Facilitator
Susan Blum
University of Notre Dame

Presented by:

The Kellogg Institute for International Studies

With generous support from:

The Henkels Lecture Fund: Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, College of Arts and Letters, and the Office of Research at the University of Notre Dame

Cosponsored by:

Notre Dame's Department of Anthropology and the Institute for Educational Initiatives


 

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