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AERC/CASAE 2007 Conference

Programme

 

 

Preconference

Tuesday, June 5 – Wednesday June 6

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Tuesday, June 5

9:30 a.m.

To

Wednesday, June 6

4:00 p.m.

Antigonish/Coady Preconference

 

The Antigonish Movement and the Changing Concept of ‘Community’ Today

Antigonish

 

 

Wednesday, June 6

Preconferences

 

 

 

African Diaspora Preconference

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium A

 

GLBTQ Preconference

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

Student Preconference

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

5:00 p.m–6:30 p.m.

 

Wine and Cheese Reception

Rosaria Hall Terrace

 

DINNER ON YOUR OWN

 

 


 

Thursday, June 7

Conference Day One

 

 

8:00 a.m–8:30 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

(for those staying in MSVU residence)

Rosaria Dining Hall

 

 

 

8:30 a.m.-8:50 a.m.

WELCOME

Seton Academic Auditorium

Auditoriums A & B

 

8:50 a.m.–10:20 a.m.

Open Symposiums

 

OPEN SYMPOSIUMS

 

Keepers of the metaphorical gate: The role of journal Editors

 

Edward W. Taylor (Chair)

Tom Nesbit (Moderator)

Presenters

Miriam Zukas

Mike Osborne

Bob Hill

E. Paulette Isaac-Savage

Mary Alfred

Peter Jarvis

Seton Academic Centre

Auditoriums A & B

 

40 Years  from Education as the Practice of Freedom: New Perspectives on Paulo Freire from Latin America

 

John Holst (Chair)

Robert E. Bahruth (Discussant)

Translator: Maria Alicia Vetter

 

Presenters

Felipe de J. Perez Cruz

Maria Luisa de Aguiar Amorim

Rolando Pinto Conteras

Seton Academic Centre

Auditoriums C

Activist-students: Radical Adult Education from the Communiy to the Campus and Back Again

 

Fiona Cavanagh (Chair)

Presenters

Lee Ellis

Natasha Goudar

Evelyn Hamdon

Zenobia Jamal

Colin Picquette

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium D

 

 

10:20 a.m.–10:40 a.m.

Break

Seton Academic Centre, Room 404

 


 

Thursday, June 7

 

10:40 a.m.–11:30 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

Tracing HRD’s Rational Masculine Roots: Feminist Alternatives for a More Mindful HRD

 

Presenters

Laura L. Bierema

Julia Storsberg-Walker

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

Linking Intelligence and Wisdom: A More Powerful Theoretical Framework

 

Presenter

Rosemary S. Caffarella

Seton Academic Centre

Auditoriums A & B

 

“I Don’t Know the Secret Handshake”: Making Social Class Visible in an Educational Context

                                                             

Presenters

Michelle Anderson

Jackie Taylor

Mary Ziegler

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium D

Becoming an Ally Activist: The Experience of Becoming a Straight Ally-Activist GLBT People

 

Presenter

Matthew A. Eichler

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 

Readers Theatre: An Organic Inquiry in Alaska Awakening Possibilities in a Living Spiral of Understanding

 

Presenter

Melany Cueva

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

 

Towards an Understanding of what it Might Mean to Research Spirituality

 

Presenters

Cheryl Hunt

Linden West

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

Immigrants as Active Citizens: Learning in Social Action

 

Presenter

Shibao Guo

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

Catalysts for Collective Conscientization in Environmental Adult Education: Mr. Floatie, Tree Squatting and Save-Our-Surfers

 

Presenter

Pierre Walter

Seton Academic Centre

Room  430

 

Balancing Acts: A Phenomenological Study of Single Mothers who are Successful Students in Higher Education

 

Presenter

Rosemary Buteau

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527


 

Thursday, June 7

 

10:40 a.m.-11:30 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Immigration and Credentialling a Case Study of Jamaican Teachers in 1960s Alberta

 

Presenter

Jennifer Kelly

Dan Cui

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

Sexual Intimacy and the Cultural Learning Relation

 

Presenter

Donovan Plumb

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

10:40 a.m.-11:30 p.m.

Roundtable Session

Successful Community-Building in an Alternative-Delivery Graduate Program

 

Presenter

Natasja Laron

Jim Parsons

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

11:40 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Observing Silence

 

Presenter

Paul Armstrong

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

Arts on the Ground: Camp fYrefly as an Arts-informed, Community-based Education Project for LGBTQ Youth

 

Presenters

Andre Grace

Kristopher Wells

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

Making Room at the Table: The Role of Community Organizations In Shaping Participation and Learning

 

Presenter

Hleziphi Naomie Nyanungo

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

Teaching Critical Media Literacy in Adult and Higher Education: A Qualitative Action Research Study

 

Presenters

Elizabeth J. Tisdell

Heather Stuckey

Patricia Thompson

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 

Consuming Fiction: Narratives of a Contemporary Ideology and Practice

 

Presenter

Kaela Jubas

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

 

The Pedagogy of Experience: A Case of Pilgrimage as Experiential Learning

 

Presenter

Dent C. Davis

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

Preparing Culturally Competent Practitioners for a Global Society

 

Presenter

Vivian W. Mott

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528


 

Thursday, June 7

 

11:40 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

A Critical Literature Review-creating Space and Pathways: Elder Knowledge Transfer in Universities

 

Presenter

Colleen Kawalilak

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium A

Conducting Qualitative Research on Race in Adult Education

 

Presenter

Lorenzo Bowman

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium B

What’s it Like in There?  Reflections on being Educators in Military and Para-military Settings in the UK and Canada

 

Presenters

Jean Flynn

Beverly Morris

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

Experiences of Women in Grassroots Organizations in Mali: The of “L” Association des Femmes Fabricantes de Savon Koulikoro Plateau l”

 

Presenter

Maimouna Konate

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

11:40 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Roundtable Session

Piecing together a new identity: Uncovering the socialization experience of women during 1st year doctoral study through quilting and stories

 

Presenter

Debora K. Nelli

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

 

 

12:30 noon-1:50 p.m.   

LUNCH ON YOUR OWN (Rosaria Cafeteria Open)

 

 

 

1:00p.m.-1:50 p.m.

Poster Session

 

Special Poster Session – Writing for Journals: Meet the Editors

 

Canadian Council on Learning Grant Poster Display Active Citizenship in Nova Scotia

 

Lead Researcher

Patricia A. Gouthro

Research Team

Laurie Allain

Wendy Terris

Tara Ward

Rosaria Centre, Multipurpose Room

 

Enjoy a free dessert buffet, coffee, tea and cold beverages sponsored by this CCL grant.

 

 

2:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m.

Paper Sessions

Adult Learners and the Identities they Tell: Pedagogic Spaces for Inviting New Tales

 

Presenter

Andrew Wojecki

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319


 

Thursday, June 7

 

2:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

Transformative Learning: The Trojan Horse of Neoliberalism

 

Presenter

Elizabeth Lange

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

A View from the Stoop: Exploring the Impact of Place on Learning in Social Movements

 

Presenter

Marilyn McKinley Parrish

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

Race and Racism: A Critical Dialogue

 

Presenters

Elizabeth Peterson

Stephen Brookfield

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 

Adult Learner Success Stories: The Impact of Shifting Political Discourses on Adult Literacy Education

 

Presenters

Carolyn Clark

Jennifer Sandlin   

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

 

Resources and Resilience: An Assets Based Examination of Native Student Success

 

Presenters

Diane Hirshberg

Diane Erickson

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

Learning Together: A Diverse Group of Women and an Arts-informed Research Process

 

Presenters

Susan Walsh

Susan Brigham

Seton Academic Centre

Room 505/506

Getting Ahead or Getting By: Historical Images of Adult Education

 

Presenter

Gerriann Brower

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

Examining Interpersonal Dynamics Among Adult Learners Through the Lens of Place

 

Presenter

Esther Prins

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

Communities of Practice in Graduate Education: The Learner’s Perspective

 

Presenter

Catherine H. Monaghan

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

2:00 p.m.-2:50 p.m.

Roundtable Session

 

 

Building partnerships in a global society: The internationalization of education programs

 

Presenters

Mary Jane Harkins

Robin Neustaeter

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

Thursday, June 7

 

3:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

GLBT Employee Resource Groups: Providing Support and Challenge to Action

 

Presenters

Rod P. Githens

Steven R. Aragon

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

Policies Versus Practice: “Grey”Areas and “Organized Chaos” in Emergency Response

 

Presenters

Nancy Taber

Shawn Jolemore

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

Lean on Me: The Support Experiences of Black Graduate Students at a Research University

 

Presenters

Juanita Johnson-Bailey

Thomas Valentine

Ronald M. Cervero

Tuere A. Bowles

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

 

“Growing New Farmers”: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Agricultural Education

 

Presenters

Kim L. Niewolny

Arthur L. Wilson

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

 

Racial and Ethnic Diversity at an Urban University: Critical Insight from a Developmental Social Justice Perspective

 

Presenters

Larry G. Martin

Regina O. Smith

Raji Swaminathan

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

Workplace Learning Practitioners as Learners in Higher Education: Can the Workplace and University Create a Community of Learners to Transform the South African Workplace?

 

Presenter

Zelda Groner

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium A

The Interplay between Formal and Informal Training for Basic-level Workers: Comparing Experiences in Canada and the United Kingdom

 

Presenters

Maurice Taylor

Karen Evans

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

Study Circles to Enhance Program Growth in the New York City Adult Literacy World

 

Presenters

Barbara P. Heuer

Dianne Ramdeholl

Eric Appleton

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527


 

Thursday, June 7

 

3:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Between Modernization and Tradition…How does Culture Shape Taiwanese Elder Women’s Perceptions of Successful Aging?

 

Presenter

Li-Kuang Chen

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

 

Cultural Components of Technology and its Implications for Adult Education

 

Presenter

Jim Berger

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium B

Expanding the GED: From the Post World War II Period to the Great Society

 

Presenter

Amy Rose

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium D

 

3:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m.

Roundtable Session

 

Critical perspectives on discursive construction of identity, state, education and migration in adult education for Latina/os

 

Presenter

Mariana Cruz

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

4:00.m.-4:50 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

 

 

Older Adult’s Engagement with Further and Higher Education in the West of Scotland: Tracking Educational Journeys

 

Presenters

Brian Findsen

Sarah McCullough

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

The Dimensions of Black Women’s Learning in the Environmental Justice Movement in the Southeastern U.S.

 

Presenter

Tuere A. Bowles

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

Literacy Educators’ Perspectives of Transformation and Authenticity

 

Presenters

Brenda Wright

Patricia Cranton

Allan Quigley

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium D

Changing Men: Integrating Freirian Education, Human Relations Training and Anti-Oppression Education in a Men’s Transformative Learning Experience

 

Presenter

Steven A. Schapiro

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 


 

Thursday, June 7

 

4:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Emotion and Cross-cultural Experience: The Messy Business of Self-formation in Adult Learning

 

Presenters

John M. Dirkx

Jody E. Jessup Anger

John R. Brender

Bernard Gwekwerere

Regina O. Smith

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

 

Measuring the Difference: National Systems of Accountability and Assessment in Adult Literacy and Numeracy

 

Presenter

Ralf St. Clair

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

 

Critical Texts: Issues of Knowledge, Power and Discourse in Research on Gender and Learning

 

Presenters

Catherine Irving

Leona English

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

 

Beyond Borders: Intersecting Communities and Networks in a Blended E-learning Experience

 

Presenters

Terrie Lynn Thompson

Jennifer H. Kelland

Carmen G. Lawlor

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

An Exploration of how the Confucious Notion of Official-Scholar has Impacted People’s View on Careers

 

Presenter

Jie Xiong

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

It’s Not What You Know, Its…The Untold Stories of Parent Advocates

 

Presenter

Tania Giordani

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

Following Well-worn Trails and Blazing New Paths: Gay Men at Midlife

 

Presenter

Thomas V. Bettinger

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium A

4:00.p.m.-4:50 p.m.

Roundtable Session

Establishing Communities of Practice in an On-line Graduate Course: Opportunities and Challenges

 

Presenter

Marilyn Laiken

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

 


 

 

5:00 p.m –6:00 p.m.

Meeting Spaces

GLBTQ & Allies Caucus

 

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

Women’s  Caucas

 

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

Hispanic Caucus

 

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

CASAE Executive

 

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

AEQ Consulting Editors

 

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

CPAE Executive

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

 

 

7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Banquet

 

Delta Halifax, Baronet Room

 


 

Friday, June 8

Conference Day Two

 

 

8:00 a.m–8:30 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

(for those staying in MSVU Residence)

Rosaria Dining Hall

 

 

 

Friday, June 8

 

8:30 a.m.–9:20 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

Antecedents and Consequences of Participation in a National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Workplace Conference

 

Presenter

Julie Gedro

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

We’re Here, You Just Don’t Know How to Reach Us: Conducting Research with Citizens on Socio-Economic Margins

 

Presenter

Tanya Brann-Barrett

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

Reflecting on Local Program Planning Process Among Three Iterations of the “Clemente Program”

 

Presenters

Janet Groen

Tara Hyland-Russsell

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

Cultural Historical Activity Theory as an Alternative Perspective on Learning

 

Presenters

ChangGook Youn

Ian E. Baptiste

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 

Becoming Scholarly Writers: An Autoethnography of Three Graduate Students as Emerging Scholars

 

Presenters

Suzanne J. Gallagher

Claire Nackoney

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

 

Living and Learning in the Shadow of the Shopocalypse: An Exploration of “Reverend Billy’s” Anti-consumption Pedagogy-of-the-Unknown as Critical Adult Education

 

Presenter

Jennifer A. Sandlin

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

 


 

Friday, June 8

 

8:30 a.m.–9:20 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Formative, Restorative and Transformative Learning: Insights into the Critical Consciousness of Social Activists

 

Presenters

Donna Chovanec

Elizabeth A. Lange

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

Discovering SELF and Purpose in the Arts: The Role of Imagination and Creativity in Transformative Learning and Adult Education’s Responsibility in Facilitating this Learning for Individual and Social Change

 

Presenter

Soni Simpson

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium A

Going to Teach and Getting Taught in Saudi Arabia: An Auto-ethnogography

 

Presenter

Michelle Glowacki-Dudka

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium B

8:30 a.m.–9:20 a.m.

Roundtable Session

Caught in the Low Skills Training Trap

 

Presenter

Jane Cruikshank

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

9:30 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

 

 

Post-Colonial Feminism in India: Model of Emergent Female Grassroots Leaders in Ahmedabad, Gujarat

 

Presenter

Meena Razvi

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

The Limit of Dewey’s Philosophy: Cultural-Historical Activity Theory and Experience

 

Presenters

Sangok Park

Fred M. Schied

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

Learning Your Way into a Life of Crime (Fiction): Assessing Sisters-in-Crime as a Unique Learning Organization

 

Presenter

Patricia A. Gouthro

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

Mexican Perspectives on Mexico-U.S. Immigration: Implications for Adult Education in the U.S. and Mexico

 

Presenters

Ann K. Brooks

Damaris Womack

Elizabeth Garcia

Lewis Madhlangobe

Sonia Rodriguez

Lucio Varela

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 


 

Friday, June 8

 

9:30 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Researching Men’s Sheds and Community Contacts in Australia: What Does it Tell Us About Education for Older Men

 

Presenter

Barry Golding

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

 

Cultural Capital and its Impact on the Career Entry Experiences of African American Managers

 

Presenter

Trammell L. Bristol

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

The Social Construction of Safe:  Young Queer Men and HIV Knowledge

 

Presenter

John Egan

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

Discovery and Change: Themes of Mental Model Development Among Successful New Farmers

 

Presenter

Sandy Bell

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

Citizenship Learning and Democracy in the Lives of Young People

 

Presenters

Robert Lawy

Gert Biesta

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

Goodbye Marcus Welby: The Professional Entry Experiences of Primary Care Physicians

 

Presenter

Patricia Thompson

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium D

9:30 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Roundtable Session

The Value and Role of Contemplative Practices for Effective Teaching and Transformative Learning in Adult and Higher Education

 

Presenter

Qui SUN

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

 

 

10:20 a.m.–10:40 a.m.

Break

Seton Academic Centre,

Room 404

 

 

10:20 a.m.-10:40 a.m.

 

CASAE Poster Sessions

 

 

 

10:40 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

 

Are Gender Differences Exhibited in the Self-directed Learning Experiences of Prostate and Breast Cancer Patients?

 

Presenter

Kathleen B. Rager

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319


 

Friday, June 8

 

10:40 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

It’s Different Here: A Case Study of Rural Adult Community College Students

 

Presenter

Andree Rose Catalfamo Fee

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

Teaching to be Radical: How Highlander Prepares People to Accomplish Social Change

 

Presenter

Colleen M. McDermott

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

Transformational Learning in Botswana: How Context and Culture Shape the process

 

Presenters

Sharan B. Merriam

Gabo Ntseane

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 

Unveiling the Invisible Learning from Unpaid Household Work: A Case Study of Recent Chinese Immigrants in Toronto, Canada

 

Presenter

Willa Lichun Liu

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501  

 

How an Intranet Provides Opportunities for Adults to Learn Organizational Culture in a Community Hospital

 

Presenter

Elizabeth E. Bennett

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

Empowerment and Resistance in Prime-time Television

 

Presenter

Robin Redmond Wright

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

Outside the Circle: A Case Study into Volunteer Activities of Adults with Low Literacy Skills

 

Presenters

Donna Anderson

Allan Quigley

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

11:40 a.m-12:30 p.m.

Roundtable Session

Universities, Know Thy Students!

 

Presenter

Janis Cox

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

Perpetuating Racism in the Field of Adult Education: A Process of Liberation for White European Decent Professors

 

Presenter

Carole L. Lund

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

Community Peace Asset Mapping: Rereading Our World, Rereading Ourselves

 

Presenter

Robin Neustaeter

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

 

 

Friday, June 8

 

12:30 noon-2:00 p.m.   

Business Lunch

Rosaria Centre Multi-Purpose Room

 

 

 

2:10 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

 

 

When do we Stop Asking “Why?”: Collective Critical Reflection for Staff and Organizational Development at a Multicultural Community Centre

 

Presenter

Margo Hittleman

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

Conceptualization of the Scholalrship of Engagement Movement in Higher Education: A Ten-Year Retrospective

 

Presenter

Lorilee R. Sandmann

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

Exploring the Needs and Challenges of Adults from War Affected Backgrounds

 

Presenter

Karen Magro

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

Radical Questioning on the Long Walk to Freedom: Nelson Mandela and the Practice of Critical Reflection

 

Presenter

Stephen D. Brookfield

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 

Re-situating Ourselves: Learning from Community Organizations Stories of Conflict, Challenge and Failure

 

Presenter

Susan Bracken

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

Learner Know Thyself: Transformative Learning and the Participation Experience

 

Presenter

Carmela Nanton

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

Interrogating Gender Texts: A critical Review of the Literature

 

Presenters

Leona English

Catherine Irving

Kerri Kennedy

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium A

Healing from Dry Bones: Creative Expressions as a Way of Knowing in Diabetes Care

 

Presenter

Heather L. Stuckey

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

Adult Education and Critical Global Citizenship

 

Presenters

Makere Stewart-Harawira

Lee Ellis

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527


 

Friday, June 8

 

2:10 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Dialogic Management

 

Presenter

Itxaso Tellado

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

2:10 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

Roundtable Session

A Comparison of Learning Styles with Student Comfort and Satisfaction in Online and Traditional Learning Environments

 

Presenter

Gerri Hura

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

3:10 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Critical HRD…Need for Emergence of Critters in Adult Education

 

Presenters

Jeffrey M. Keefer

Robin Yap

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

A Hermeneutical Study of the Essentialities of Adult Peace Education

 

Presenter

Hsiu-Chu Hsu

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

Educator Authenticity

 

Presenter

Patricia Cranton

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

Immigration and the Internationalizing of Adult and Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities for Canada and the United States

 

Presenters

Mary V. Alfred

Shibao Guo

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 

Young Women Learning in Social Struggle

 

Presenter

Rachel Gouin

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

 

The Rationality of Indifference toward Adult Education

 

Presenter

Sam Paldanius

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

Confession and the Classroom: Ethical Dilemmas in Critically Reflective Practice

 

Presenter

Susan Birden

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

Practices on the Periphery Professional Chinese Immigrant Women Learning to Labour in Canada

 

Presenter

Hongxia Shan

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528


 

Friday, June 8

 

3:10 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Expanding the GED: From the Post World War II Period to the Great Society

 

Presenter

Amy Rose

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium A

 

Critical Anthological Imagination: Looking Historically at Prisoners’ Writing About Themselves asAdult Learners in the United States (1966-2006)

 

Presenter

Dominique T. Chiup

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium B

(Our Hopes and Dreams Enrich its Every Corner): Adult Education with an Africentric Focus

 

Presenter

Susan Brigham

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

3:10 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Roundtable Session

 

 

Adult Education and a Culture of Peace

 

Presenter

Bruce Spencer

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

4:10 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Roundtable Session

 

 

 

Everyday Learning in an Information Society: Towards a New Totalism

 

Presenter:

Peter Jarvis

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

The Majority as Minority: Social Adjustment of White and African American Graduate Students at an Historically Black University

 

Presenters

Rosemary B. Closson

Wilma Henry

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

How do Museums fit into our Notions of Adult Education

 

Presenter

Robin S. Grenier

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

All-American Apple Pie or Chocolate Sundae: Introspections from the Margins of Race and Gender

 

Presenters

Doris Flowers

Ming-yeh-Lee

Collen Aalsburg Wiessner

Vanessa Sheared

Seton Academic Centre

Room 505/506

 

Are Accelerated Learning Formats the Answer to

Meeting the Demand for Increased Adult Programs?

 

Presenters

Kalpana G. Muetz

Kristi L. Frush

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527


 

Friday, June 8

 

4:10 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Roundtable Session

 

Undergraduate Adult Students with Course Credits Acquired Through Other Means

 

Presenters

Dan C. Stoicescu

Charlene H. Harrison

Betsy Esposito

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

Leading or Following? Women Leadership Roles in Higher Education

 

Presenter

Catherine A. Hansman

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

Divergent Perspectives on Learner Engagement in Adult Literacy Classrooms

 

Presenter

Thomas Valentine

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

The Challenges of Educating the Adults of the Middle East and North Africa

 

Presenter

Sandra Ratcliff Daffron

 

CASAE Annual General Meeting

Seton Academic Centre

Auditoriums A & B

 

Documentary Film: Women of the Worker

 

Presenter

Marilyn Parrish

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

 

 

DINNER ON YOUR OWN --- Optional sign-up groups

 

 

 

 

 


 

Saturday, June 9

Conference Day Three

 

 

8:00 a.m–8:30 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

(for those staying in MSVU Residence)

Rosaria Dining Hall

 

 

 

8:30 a.m.–9:20 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

 

 

Toward an Ecology of Learning

 

Presenter

Nancy Lloyd Pfahl

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

Using Biographical Research (Or is it Auto/Biography?) to Illuminate Adult and Lifelong Learning: Contested and Illuminate Space

 

Presenter

Linden West

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

Institutional Ethnography: A Tool for Interrogating the Institutional and Political Conditions of Individual Experience

 

Presenters

Ursula T. Wright

Tonette S. Rocco

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

Re-viewing Adult Learning: A Collaborative Self-Directed Learning Model for Adult Educators

 

Presenters

Ti’eshia Moore

Chad Hoggan

Joe Houde

Jennie Wagner

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 

Autobiography as Counter-Narrative: An Empirical Study of How Race Enters and Structures the Stories of our Life Experience

 

Presenter

Wendy B. Yanow

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

 

Learning to Build Sustainable Communities Through Volunteer Work in Urban and Rural Settings: Insights from Four Canadian Case Studies

 

Presenters

Fiona Duguid

Karten Mundel

Daniel Schugurensky

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

It Must be Told: Stories of Hope, Dreams and Possibility Form the Open Book (An Adult Literacy Community-based Organization in New York City)

 

Presenter

Dianne Ramdeholl

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527


 

Saturday, June 9

 

8:30 a.m.–9:20 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

Community-based Lifelong Learning for Promoting Health Among Older Adults: A Qualitative Analysi of Continuing Education Programs for Seniors in Toronto

 

Presenter

Miya Narushima

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium A

8:30 a.m.-9:20 a.m.

Roundtable Sessions

Researching the Intersection of Local and Academic Knowledge on Gender: Academics Working with Community Based Womens Organizations

 

Presenters

Nancy Peters

Leona English

Catherine Irving

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

Dialoguing Across Difference in Adult Second Language Learning

 

Presenter

Tara Gibb

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

8:30 a.m.-9:20 a.m.

Roundtable Sessions

Identity, Difference and Solidarity: The Challenges and Promises of Articulating Multiple Subjectivities in Racialized Coalitions

 

Presenter

Evelyn Hamdon

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

9:30 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

 

 

Adult Learning in Canada in an International Perspective

 

Presenter

Kjell Rubenson

Seton Academic Centre

Room 319

 

Handing Over the Controls: The Shift from Pilot-in-Command to Instructor

 

Presenter

Diane Erickson

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

Continuing Education and the Changing Needs of Rural Communities: A Case Study of two University extension Programs at the University of Saskatchewan 1911-1964

 

Presenters

Heather Rollwagen

Silvano Romano

Scott McLean

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

W.E.B. Du Bois and the Basic American Negro Creed: The AAAE, Censorship, and Repressive Tolerance

 

Presenters

Talmadge C. Guy

Stephen D. Brookfield

Seton Academic Centre

Rooms 505/506

 


 

Saturday, June 9

 

9:30 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Paper Sessions

 

 

 

Eating as a Pedagogical Act: Food as a Catalyst for Environmental and Adult Learning

 

Presenter

Jennifer Sumner

Seton Academic Centre

Room 501

Learning “Really Useful Knowledge:” Frontline Supervisors and Learning in Three Steel Mills

 

Presenters

Fred M. Shied

Ramo J. Lord

Seton Academic Centre

Room 502

“Poor in my Schooling not my Education:” Voices of Inuit Women on Education and Community Realities

 

Presenter

Heather Moquin

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium A

Immigration, Literacy, and Adult Education: The Policy Context

 

Presenter

Lurong Wang

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

9:30 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Roundtable Sessions

Towards a Theory of Collaborative Learning at Adult Learning Events: A Grounded Study

 

Presenter

Julia Storberg-Walker

Colleen Wiessner

Seton Academic Centre

Room 403

Engaging out of School Youth in Adult Education

 

Presenter

Joni Schwartz

Seton Academic Centre

Room 527

Exploring Women’s Experiences of Online Learning Using Photography and an Online Focus Group

 

Presenter

Jenna Kelland

Seton Academic Centre

Room 528

 

 

10:20 a.m. – 10:40 a.m.

Break

Seton Academic Centre, Room 404

 

 


 

Saturday, June 9

 

10:40 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.

Closing Symposiums

 

CLOSING SYMPOSIUMS

 

Neoliberal Welfare Reform, Poverty and Adult Education: Identifying the Problem and Engaging in Resistance

 

Shauna Butterwick (Chair)

Presenters

Mary Alfred

Catherine Hansman

Jenny Sandlin

Seton Academic Centre

Auditoriums A & B

Critical Perspctives on Practitioner Research

 

Mary Hamilton (Chair)

Presenters

Yvonne Appleby

Alisa Belzer

Sondra Cuban

Maria Kambouri

Seton Academic Centre

Auditorium C

 

 

12:20 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Canadian Commision of Professors (CASAE)

Seton Academic Centre

Room 430

 

Light lunch provided

Canadian CASAE Student Caucus

Seton Academic Centre

Room 432

 

Light lunch provided

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