CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF ADULT EDUCATION (CASAE)

L'ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE POUR L'ETUDE DE L'EDUCATION DES ADULTES (ACÉÉA)

 

2008 ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

The schedule may be subject to changes.


Saturday, May 31 (preconference and opening evening lecture),

Sunday June 1st

Monday June 2nd

Tuesday June 3rd 2008


Click on the date to go to an appropriate schedule: May 31 June 1 June 2 June 3

For physical locations of events click on "map of location" for a photo and map location.

Link to Online Proceedings of Presentations and Papers.

Click here for useful Conference, UBC and local information - Update May 23

 

 

Locations: All sessions are held in the Mathematics Building,  1894 Mathematics  Road (map of location), except for the Buttedahl Memorial Lecture on Saturday May 31st 6 to 9pm which well be held at the C.K. Choi building 1855 West Mall (map of location), The Joint CASAE-ACÉÉA, CSSHE and CSSE Panel on June 3rd from 10 to 11:15am will be held in the Geography Building room 100 - 1984 West Mall (map of location).

 

Saturday May 31st top Up arrow

 

9am-2pm

Math 104

Pre

TBA

CASAE and CSSHE Graduate Student Preconference

 

9am-2pm

Math 102

Pre

TBA

CASAE and CSSHE Graduate Student Preconference

 

9am-2pm

Math 103

Pre

TBA

CASAE and CSSHE Graduate Student Preconference

 

2:30-5:30pm

Math 104

Round

CCL

Canadian Council for Learning

 

3:00-6:00pm

2nd floor

 

 

CASAE Registration

 

6:00-700pm

Choi Building

Mingle

 

Reception; ADHE Alumni & CASAE participants

 

7:00-8pm

Choi Building rm 120

Buttedahl Memorial Lecture

General Guy Tousignant - Invitation [pdf][text]

[Wikipedia note]

 From Rwanda to Now: Peace- building and Peacekeeping in a Changing World

 

8:00-9:00pm

Choi Building room 120

Social

 

Post-lecture reception

 


 


Sunday June 1st top Up arrow

8:00-9:00am,  2nd Floor, Registration, and continental breakfast

9:00-9:15am Math 100, Welcome, Opening Session: Conference co-chairs Shauna Butterwick & John Egan

9:15-10:15am Math 100 Keynote: Dr. Linde Zingaro “Living and Learning on the Border” [pdf] [text]

1015-1045am, 1st floor, coffee

10:45-11:35am CONCURRENT SESSIONS A

Math 102

Paper

Betsy Alkenbrack

To Take Root and Grow

Math 103

Paper

Darlene Clover

Learning to Soar

Math 105

Paper

Howard Davidson

Pedagogy in Occupation

Math 202

Paper

Debra Hauer & Maurice Taylor

The Role of Collaborative Learning in an Aboriginal Adult Literacy Centre

Math 203

Paper

Robert McGray

Adult Education, International Development, and Theories of Social Change

Math 204

Paper

Nadeen El Kassem, Sara Carpenter, Sheila Gruner, Sheila Wilmot

Learning Through the Social Relations of Empire

11:40am—12:50pm CONCURRENT SESSION B

Math 102

Paper

Tara Fenwick

What is 'Responsibility' in Social Responsibility?

Math 103

Paper

Victor Khachan

Adult Literacy in the Arab World: A Media Outreach Alternative

Math 104

Paper

Jennifer Kelly & Dan Cui

A Historical Exploration of Citizenship Practices of African Canadian Immigrants in 1920s Alberta

 

Math 105

Paper

Marilyn Laiken & Mark Federman

Structure Versus Emergence in the Leadership of On-Line Distance Education

Math 202

Paper

Allan Quigley & Wendy Kraglund-Gautheir

Getting Beyond Just Another Academic Exercise

Math 203

Paper

Catherine Baillie Abidi & Susan Brigham

Crossing Global Borders: Mail Order Brides in Atlantic Canada

Math 204

Paper

Judith Walker

Literacy: Global Idea, Global Value

12:50-1:20pm Math 100: Lunch & launch of Special Issue of CJSAE

 

1:20-2:00pm 2nd floor hallway Math bldg, poster presentations - setup  

 


Sunday June 1st

2:00-2:50pm CONCURRENT SESSION C

Math 2nd Floor Hallway

Poster Sessions

Susan Aaron, Betsy Alkenbrack Donna M. Chovanec & Alexandra Benitez, Della Clarke, Jenny de Zoete, Joanne C. Elvy, Patricia Gouthro, Budd Hall, Yan Huang & Roger Boshier, Mohamed Hrimech, Bonnie Soroke, Elizabeth Vergis

 

Math 102

Paper

Maureen Anglin

Adult Literacy: Effective Strategies and Innovative Practices

Math 103

Paper

Jane Dawson

One Big Heartbeat

Math 104

paper

Dan Cui

Deconstructing Foreign Credential Recognition Discourses

Math 105

Paper

Catherine McGregor

Websites as Civic Tools for Advocacy

Math 202

Paper

Tara Gibb & Tara Fenwick

Older' Professionals' Learning in an Ageist Culture

Math 204

Paper

Maurice Taylor & Gabriel Ayala

The Transfer of Learning in Employment Preparation Programs for Adults with Low Literacy

3:00 - 4:50pm Symposium Match 100 Joanne Elvy, Ana Laura Pauchulo, Donna M. Chovanec

The Embracing of Difficult Knowledge: Locating Hope in Uneasy Spaces

3:00-3:50pm CONCURRENT SESSION D

Math 102

Paper

Andreas Fejes

Assistant Nurses Under Construction

Math 103

Paper

Kaela Jubas

The Social Side of Shopping

Math 104

Paper

Lyn Hartley

Contemplative Practices and the Role of the Educator in Transformative Learning

Math 202

Paper

Zenobia Jamal

Renegotiated Identities and Re-Imagined Lives: Understanding the Migration Experiences of Afghan Women

Math 203

Paper

Deborah Bartlette

Are "Best Practices" Hurting Adult Ed? MacIntyre and the Globalisation of Practice

Math 204

Paper

Rita Kop

Connecting local and global communities: could Web2.0 technologies invigorate adult education?

4:00-4:50pm CONCURRENT SESSION E

Math 102

Paper

Eileen Antone & Barbara G. Ronson

Towards a Meaningful Definition of Health Literacy in the Aboriginal Community: A Research Study based on Learnings from Aboriginal Seniors in Toronto.

Math 103

Paper

George Ferreira & Al Lauzon

Supporting the Learning of Policy-Makers through Community Produced Videos

Math 104

Paper

Wendy Kraglund-Gauthier & Allan Quigley

Life and Death Learning

Math 202

Paper

Angus McMurtry

Interprofessional Health Teams as Collective Learners

Math 203

Paper

Carolina Palacios

The Political Struggles of Chilean Exiles

5:00-6:00PM: Math 100, Keynote Paul Bouchard “Learning Outrage”, 6-7pm reception & cash bar; dinner on your own following

  (poster in pdf) (poster in text)

 


 


Monday June 2nd top Up arrow

8:00-9:00am, Math building, second floor, Registration & continental breakfast

9:00-10:50 Symposium Math 100: Gabirelle Strohschen, Kenneth Elazier, tom TC Yu, Larissa Chuprina, Li Sun, Maria Luisa Molina Lopez "Globalization Across Cultures and the role of the 21st Century Adult Educator"

9:00-9:50am CONCURRENT SEESION F

Math 102

Paper

Jean Flynn

Thinking Beyond Prison Borders

Math 103

Paper

Tom Nesbitt

CONFINTEA 6: Canada's Report

Math 105

Paper

Tannis Atkinson, Sheila Stewart, Maria Mariarty, Nadine Sookermany, Michele Kuhlmann

Listening Across Differences

Math 202

Paper

Romee Lee

Locating "Refugees" in the "Elite" Place

Math 203

paper

Carolyn Peters

Indigenous Mothers in Poverty

Math 204

Paper

Nancy Taber, Sharon Abbey, Loretta Howard, Georgann Watson

Lived Experiences of Adult Educators

10:00-10:50am CONCURRENT SESSION G

Math 102

Paper

Barbara Merrill & Linden West

Using Life History and Biographical Methodologies in Researching Adult and Lifelong Learning

Math 105

Paper

Armindo Fontana Neto

Dangerous Contradictions

Math 102

Paper

Donovan Plumb

Personal Reflexivity and Adult Education

Math 203

Paper

Joan Sanderson

"Peripheral Visions: First Nations Program Planning as Experienced by Non-First Nations Educators

Math 204

Paper

Ralf St. Clair

The Wolf and the Poodle

11:00-11:50am CONCURRENT SESSION H

Math 102

Roundtable

Bettina Arnum Boyle

Online Cafe Tables and Tablecloths

  Math 225

Roundtable

Paul Armstrong

The Significance of the Visual in Researching Lifelong Learning

Math 103

Roundtable

Bahar Biahar

Taking Education Into Their Own Hands

  Math 104

Roundtable

Sara Carpenter, Bronwen Magrath, Elizabeth Pinnington, Daniel Schugurensky

Adult Education at the Crossroad Between Neoliberalism and Democracy

Math 105

Roundtable

Katherine McManus

Feedback, Assessment, and Grades: An Evaluation Dilemma in Non-credit Certificates

  Math 203

Roundtable

Laurel Waterman

 It's Not Easy Eating Green

Math202

Roundtable

Marlene Atleo

Within, Beyond, Between Borders

Math 204

Roundtable

Roxana Ng, Tania Das Gupta, Guida Man, Kiran Mirchandani, Hijin Park, Hohgxia Shan, Laura Charles, Maryanne Reid

Learning to be an Immigrant

noon-2pm, Math 100, CASAE AGM, CASAE AGM (lunch provided for those attending the AGM)

 


Monday June 2nd

2:00-2:50pm CONCURRENT SESSION I

Math 103

Paper

Anne Goodman

Peace building Across Borders and Boundaries

Math 104

Paper

Rebecca Cory

Towards an Intersectional and Relational Model for Social Justice Education

Math 105

Paper

Elizabeth Lange

Re-Enchantment to Escape Empire

Math 202

Paper

Rose Barg, Carolyn Peters & Marlene Pomrenke

Women Caregivers Earning Doctoral Degrees

Math 203

Paper

Hongxia Shan

The Credential and Certificate Regime

Math 204

Paper

Don Wright

Breaking Down Borders: A Pedagogy for the Privileged

3:00-3:50pm CONCURRENT SESSION J

Math 102

Paper

Donna Chovanec & Alexandra Benitez

Intergenerational Social Movement Learning and the Penguin Revolution

Math 103

Paper

Patricia Gouthro

Learning for Participatory Democracy: Exploring Connections Between Active Citizenship, Community Organizations and Governance of Canada

Math 104

Paper

Heather Hodkinson & Phil Hodkinson

Learning as Becoming: Identity and Involvement with Adult Education in the UK

Math 105

Paper

Rachel Farabakhsh & Al Lauzon

Exploring the Impact of Participatory Health Literacy Programs

Math 202

Paper

Willa Lichun Lui

Informal Learning Through Food-Related Activities Among Recent Chinese Immigrants in Canada

Math 203

Paper

Jennifer Kelland

Developing a Conceptual Model to Explore How Women Learning Online Mediate Tensions

Math 204

Paper

Gong-Li Xu & Cindy Carter

Learning Barriers Faced by Low-Skilled Canadian Adults

Math 100

Meeting

Budd Hall et al

Palestinian Canadian Association meeting

4-450pm CONCURRENT SESSION K

Math 102

Paper

Janet Groen & Tara Hyland-Russell

Authenticity: Honouring Self and Others in Practice

Math 100

meeting

Budd Hall et al

PCAA meeting

Math 104

Paper

Rob Mark

Working Beyond Borders for Literacy Learning

Math 105

Paper

Bruce Spencer

Have We Got an Adult Education Model for PLAR?

Math 202

Paper

Janet Coles & Paul Armstrong

"Learning, Re-Enactment and Authenticity"

Math 203

Paper

Jennifer Sumner

Eating as a Pedagogical Act

Math 204

Paper

Susan Brigham

Female Immigrant Teachers and Lifelong Learning

Math 225

Paper

Bonnie Slade

From Highly Skilled to High School

5-7pm, President's Reception Life Science Building Atrium

630pm Before Dinner Drinks (cash bar) at Enigma Restaurant, 4397 W. 10th Avenue - 604-222-6881 - Enigma Restaurant Location (link)

7:00 Banquet

 


 

Tuesday June 3rd top Up arrow

 

900-950am CONCURRENT SESSION L

Math 102

Paper

Amanda Benjamin

Learning to be an Adult

Math 104

Website meeting

Patti Gouthro

Next steps for design of CASAE website & logo

Math 103

Paper

Míria Gomes de Oliveira

Adult Education Program at Federal University of Minas Gerais

Math 105

Roundtable

Tom Nesbit, Shauna Butterwick, Katherine McManus, Budd Hall et al

Meet the Editors of CJSAE

Math 202

Paper

Scott MacPhail & Donovan  Plumb

The Learning City as Neoliberal Ideology Promoted by the OECD

Math 203

Paper

Shibao Guo

Exploring Community Response to the Devaluation of Immigrants' Foreign Credentials and Prior Work Experience

Math 204

Paper

Carolyn Peters & Rose Barg

Raising Self-assured Children of the Future in a System with Barriers

10-1115am Geography Building, Room 100, 1984 West Mall, Joint Panel: Victoria Purcell-Gates, Allan Quigley, Walter Archer, Margaret Lipp

“Lifelong Literacy/Lifelong Literacies: What will this mean in the 21st Century?”

1130-1230 pm, Math 100, Plenary Closing: Reflections on the conference: Jane Dawson, Gongli Zu,  and others

1230-1:30pm, Math 203, Students Caucus, Lunch provided

12:30-1:30pm, Math 204, Professors Caucus, Lunch provided

130-200pm Math 204, Joint Profs and Student Caucus

2-300pm, Math 204, CASAE Executive Meeting

2-300pm, Math 203, CJSAE Board Meeting

 


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