CASAE/ACÉÉA Conference Schedule 2009

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May 24

May 25 -Morning - Afternoon

President’s Reception:

Congress of the Humanities & Social Sciences

 

May 26 - Morning - Afternoon

CASAE/ ACÉÉA AGM and luncheon

 

CASAE/ ACÉÉA Banquet at Canal Ritz

 

May 27 - Morning

Closing Plenary

 

 

 

Sunday, May 24th

 

 

9:30 a.m to 2:00 p.m.

Room: University Centre 378

Preconference: Work-related informal learning: Perspectives from labour and education/ L’apprentisaage informel en mileau de travail: Perspectives du marche du travail et de l’education des adultes

 

Coordinator: Maurice Taylor

 

7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

 

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Room: University Centre Galleria

Public Panel Presentation: Spaces/Places: Exploring the Boundaries of Adult Education        Leona English, Nancy Taber & Kjell Rubenson  

Wine and Cheese Reception (sponsored by the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre)

Book Launch – André Grace

 

Monday, May 25th

 

8:30 to 9:00 a.m.

 

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Room: Dunton 2203

Coffee/Tea         CASAE/ACÉÉA Registration Table

9:00 to  9:20 a.m.

Room: Dunton 2203

Welcome and Introduction to Conference

 

Richard Darville, Maurice Taylor, Patricia Gouthro, Shibao Guo

 

Mon.

May 25th

 

 

 

 

9:30 to  10:15 a.m.

Dunton 1110

 (paper session)

Chair: Maureen Coady

Dunton 1216

(paper session)

Chair: Judith Walker

Dunton 1318

(paper session)

Chair: Patricia Gouthro

Dunton 1111A

(paper session)

Chair: Willa Lichun Lui

Dunton 710A

(paper session)

Chair:  Dan Cui

Beyond the Headlines: Documentary Film Festivals and Citizenship Education

 

 

Carole Roy

 

Adult Education and Learning in Canada in a Comparative Perspective: A critical review of Canada’s national report to CONFINTEA VI

Kjell Rubenson

 

The Limits of Lifelong Learning in Federal Policy: Investing in the Inclusion of all Citizens?

 

 

Tara Gibb & Judith Walker

Racetalk on the web: Discourses of Whiteness and Racialization on the Internet

 

 

Rebecca Cory

Flexible workers – fluid spaces: (Re/Dis)

Assembling Learning Practices On-Line

 

 

 

Terrie Lynn

Thompson

 

 

Mon.

May 25th

 

 

 

 

10:25 to 11:10 a.m.

Dunton 1110

 (paper session)

Chair: Miriam Stitou

Dunton 1216

 (paper session)

Chair: Cristin Stephen Wegner

Dunton 1318

 (paper session)

Chair: Robert Mizzi

Dunton 1111A

(paper session)

Chair: Jane Cruikshank

Dunton 710A

(paper session)

Chair: Karen Magro

Un Programme pour Favoriser L’insertion Profession-nelle des Nouveaux Enseignants de l’Ontario

 

Claire Duchesne

Outcomes Based Management and Organizational Learning: The Role of the Adult Educator in the Workplace

 

Tracey  Lloyd

Mobilizing Class Trans-nationally: Professional immigrant women navigating the Canadian labour market

 

Roxanna Ng,

Kiran Mirchandani, Willa Lichun

Liu, Hongxia

Shan, Tania Das Gupta & Guida Man

Knowing Literacy for Teaching: Tests, Teaching and Policy: Insight and Obscurity in a Survey of Reading Skills

 

 

Richard Darville

 

Courage and Compassion in the Striving for Authenticity: States of Complacency, Compliance and Contestation

 

 

Carolin Kreber

11:10 to 11:30 a.m.

 

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Dunton 2203

 

Coffee Break

 

 

Mon.

May 25th

 

 

 

11:30  to 12:15 noon

 

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Dunton 1110  (paper session)

Chair: Colleen Kawalilak

 Dunton 710A (paper session)

Chair: Shibao Guo

Dunton 1111A

(paper session)

Chair: Nancy Taber

Dunton  1216

(roundtable)

 

 Dunton 1318

 (roundtable)

  

Success: The Views of Marginalized Adult Learners in a Radical Humanities Program

 

Janet Groen & Tara Hyland-Russell

Lifelong Learning and Citizenship:

Exploring the Complex Question of what it means to be Canadian

 

Patricia Gouthro

How the discourse of adult learning has helped undermine critique

 

Scott MacPhail & Donovan Plumb

 

Appreciative Inquiry: An Approach to Collaborative Problem Solving in Faculty Utilization of E-Learning Technologies

 

Diane Burt

Can municipalities enable adult citizenship learning?

 

Behrang Foroughi, Elizabeth

Pinnington, NelsonRosales,& Daniel

Schugurensky

12:15 noon to 1:30 p.m.

LUNCH (on your own – or with someone else)

 

Are you a student, visitor, or new to CASAE/ACÉÉA? Are you interested in meeting other members/conference attendees? Meet up in Dunton 2203 with some of the Executive of CASAE/ACÉÉA and the group(s) will go to a lunch spot together. 

Mon.

May

25th

1:30 to 2:50 pm

Southam 416 – Symposium

Chair: Meagan Roberts

Southam 518 – Symposium

Chair: TBA

Critical Perspectives Towards the Development of an International Literacy

Maurice Taylor (Organizer)

Rob Mark

Christine Pinsent-Johnson

& Vanessa Montgomery

Peace: Through Spaces and Places

 

Geraldine Macdonald  (Organizer)

Rose Dyson

William McQueen

Thomas Turay

2:50 to 3:10

 

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Dunton 2203

Coffee Break

 

 

 

Mon.

May

25th

 

 

 

3:10 to

3:55 pm

 

 

Dunton 1110  

(paper session)

Chair: Kate Murray

Dunton 1216

(paper session)

Chair:  Carole Roy

Dunton 710A

(paper session)

Chair:  Carole Chatalsingh

Dunton 1111A

 (paper session)

Chair: Susie Brigham

Dunton 1318

 

(roundtable)

Harm Re(production) and  Prostitution:

Why Settle?

 

Erin Graham

Screened Out? Determining the Relevance of Pre-Departure Orientations to Gay Male Adult Educators

Teaching Abroad

 

Robert Mizzi

Women Learning Politics and the Politics of Women’s Learning: Preliminary Findings of an International Study in India and Canada

Darlene Clover, Catherine

McGregor (w/ guest speaker)

Saswati Buttacharya

Boundaries of Teacher Education and Certification: A Historical Case of PLAR

 

Dan Cui &

Jennifer Kelly

Sui Generis or Generic? What’s 

Canadian About Canadian Adult Education?

Leona English, Patricia Cranton, Allan Quigley, Ellen

Carusetta, Elizabeth

Lange, Dorothy

MacKeracher, & Donovan Plumb

 

 

Mon.

May 25th

 

 

4:05 to

4:50 pm

Dunton 1110  

 (paper session)

Chair: Jennifer Kelly

 

Dunton 1216

(paper session)

Chair: Daniel Shugurensky

Dunton 1318

(paper session)

Chair: Elizabeth Lange

Dunton 1111A

(roundtable)

 

Exploring the Boundaries of Lifelong Learning for Lifelong Health:

Immigrant Women’s Knowledge, Beliefs, Attitudes & Percep-tions about Cancer

Maha Abdelrahman  Amin & Susan Brigham

Boundaries for Adult Citizenship Education Online The Internet and Civic Engagement: In/visible

 

Karim Remtulla

 

Walking the Adult Education Talk: Creating Space and Place

 

Carole Chatalalsingh Mark Federman, Marilyn

Laiken,  Tracey Lloyd, & Cristin

Stephens-Wegner

Re-Creating the Locale as Creative Inquiry

 

Susan Aaron

 

5:00 to 7:00 pm

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Location: Alumni Hall – enter through Recreation and Athletics Centre

 

President’s Reception   (Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences)

 

Dinner on your own

 

 

Tuesday, May 26th

 

 

 

Tues.

May 26th

 

 

 

9:00 to 9:45 am

 

 

 

Dunton 1110

(paper session) Chair: Suzanne Smythe

Dunton 1216

(paper session) Chair: Richard Darville

Dunton 1318

(paper session) Chair: Donovan

Plumb

Dunton 1111A

(paper)

Chair: Maria Gordon

Dunton 710A

(roundtable)

Exploring the Theory and Practice of Leadership in Fulfilling the Nonprofit mission

 

Barbara Henning

Older Workers: The New Flexible Workforce

 

Jane Cruikshank

Social care in Adult Education:

Resisting a

Marketplace Agenda

 

Nancy Taber

Regard sur les diffcultés vécues par les étudiants de l’Université d’Ottawa admis du secondaire V Québécois

 

Mariam Stitou

Higher Education, the World of Work and Adult Education in South Africa

 

Zelda Groener

 

Tues.

May 26th

 

 

9:55 to 10:40 a.m.

 

 

 

Dunton 1110

(paper session) Chair: Carole Roy

Dunton 1216

(paper session) Chair: Barbara Henning

Dunton 1318

(paper session)

Chair: Rebecca Cory

Dunton 1111A

(paper session)

Chair: Paul Armstrong

Dunton 710A

(roundtable)

Being Forging Community Health Planning Partnerships: Increasing Volunteer Involvement and Community Learning

 

Maureen Coady

 

Learning to be “Kindergarten Parents”: Social Networking and the Work of Inequality

 

Suzanne Smythe

Double Transitions, Double Learning:  Chinese Immigrants and Childrearing

 

Lichun Willa Liu

A radical alternative to informal, formal, and nonformal learning

 

Donovan Plumb

 

Disturbing the Peace: Lessons from Vaclav Havel on the Peaceful Road to Democracy

 

 

Kathleen Kevany

 

 

Tues.

May 26th

 

 

 

 

 

 

10:40 to 11:20 a.m.

Room: Dunton 2203                                      (Q & A session in one corner of the room)  

Coffee Break and Poster Sessions:

Paula Cameron:  In the know: Exploring embodied knowledge through artful stories of illness and disability

Judy Puritt & Jennifer McEvoy:  ‘Sisters’ Community-based Employability Skills Development Programming

Jean-Paul Restoule:  Breaking down the barriers: Increasing access to post secondary education for Aboriginal students in Ontario

Mohamed Hrimech & Paul Bouchard:  Essential Skills in the Workplace, A Canadian Perspective

Mai Ngo:  Canadian Youth Volunteering Abroad: Effects of Foreign Aid on Global Citizenship

 

Meet the Editor: Tom Nesbit

 

Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education (CJSAE)

 

 

Q & A Session

 

 

(Session for CJSAE editors following)

 

Tues

May 26th

 

11:20 a.m to 12:05 noon

 

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Dunton 1110

 (paper session)

Chair: Patricia Gouthro

Dunton 1216

(paper session)

Chair: Janet Groen

 

Dunton 1318

(paper session)

Chair: Carolin Kreber

 

Dunton 1111A

(paper session)

Chair: Bonnie Slade

Spaces/ Places: Exploring the Possibilities and Boundaries of Community-Based Adult Education for Recent Immigrants to Canada

 

Shibao Guo & Yan Guo

Protecting a Valuable Environmental Resource: Knowledge Gathering Along the Way by Elder Faculty in University Settings

 

Colleen Kawalilak

Negotiating New Cultural and Social Terrain: Possibilities for Transformation among Refugees and Newcomers to Canada

 

Karen Magro

Queering Early Childhood Studies: Challenging the Discourse of Develop-mentally Appropriate Practice

 

Zeenat Janmohamed

12:15 noon to 2:15 p.m.

 

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Room: Dunton 2017

 

CASAE/ ACÉÉA AGM and luncheon – All conference attendees (including our international guests) are welcome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tues.

May 26th  

 

2:25 to 3:10 p.m.

 

 

Dunton 1110

(paper session)

Chair: Behrang Foroughi

Dunton 1216

(paper session)

Chair:  Paul Kolenick

Dunton 1318

 (paper session)

Chair: Donna Chovanec

Dunton  1111A

(roundtable)

An Examination of the Skills and Characteristics of Successful Royal Canadian Mounted Police Dog Handlers

 

Lawrence Aimoe

Barren Soil, Pioneer Species, and the Work of “Rehabitation”

A Literature Review of Environmental Adult Education

 

Elizabeth Lange

New Spaces and Places: Adult Education and the Creation of Alternative Foodscapes

 

Suzanne Cook & Jennifer Sumner

 

Self-reflexive Critique and Fostering Communities of Support in Education for Social Change

 

Chris Chapman

3:10 to

3:30

Dunton 2203

Coffee Break

 

 

 

 

Tues.

May 26th

 

 

 

3:30 to

4:15 p.m.

 

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Dunton 1110

 (paper session) Chair: Erin Graham

 

Dunton 1216

(paper session)

Chair: Jennifer Sumner

Dunton 1318

(paper session)

Chair: Colleen Kawalilak

 Dunton 1111A

(roundtable)

Surmounting Anguish: Educating for action

 

Kate Murray

 

Everybody’s into Environmental Ed, right?: A Foucauldian Perspective

 

Paul Kolenick

 

Everyday Formalities: Framing Informal Learning in Terms of Academic  Disciplines and Skills

 

Kaela Jubas

 

Assessing the Impact of the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre: Exploring Contributions to Developing the Terrain of Adult Education in Canada

 

Jim Sharpe,

Patricia Gouthro,  & Kjell Rubenson

6:00 to 10:00 pm

Location: 375 Queen Elizabeth Drive (at Fifth Avenue)

 

CASAE/ ACÉÉA BANQUET             CANAL RITZ

(menu and map location)

 

                         6:30 cash bar             7:30 dinner                        

 

Wednesday, May 27th

 

 

8:00 to 9:00 a.m. (top)

Dunton 2203

Room TBA

 

 

CASAE/ ACÉÉA executive

Caucus meetings – by request

 

 

 

 

Wed.

May 27th

 

 

 

9:00 to 9:45 a.m.

Dunton 1110

 (paper session)

Chair: Paul Kolenick

 

Dunton 1111A

 (paper session)

Chair: Carole Roy

Dunton 710A

(paper session)

Chair: Kjell Rubenson

Dunton 2203

(Reader’s Theatre)

Extending Theorizing on Social Movement Learning: Exploring Early Political Learning

 

 

Donna Chovonac,

Aaron Chubb, Anna McLean, & Colin

Piquette

 

 

 

Feminist Network Activism and Education in Canada

 

Catherine

Irving & Leona English

 

Policy Movers and Policy Shakers: Drivers of Policy Formation in Adult Literacy in New Zealand and British Columbia

 

Judith Walker

 

Educators or Job Developer? A Reader’s Theatre on the Blurred Boundaries of Adult Education

 

Bonnie Slade

 

 

 

 

* Reader’s Theatre runs until 10:30 a.m.

 

 

Wed.

May 27th

 

 

 

 

9:55 to 10:40 a.m.

 

 

Dunton 1110

 (paper session)

Chair: Judith Walker

Dunton 1111A

(paper session)

Chair: Donovan Plumb

Dunton 710A

(paper session)

Chair: Tara Gibb

Why do Adult Education Students Choose Private Vocational Colleges?

“Consumer” Choice in Work and Learning Paths and Some Policy Implications

 

Laura Servage

Displaced: Pedagogical Identities and Early Retirement, An Auto-ethnographical Account

 

Paul Armstrong

 

Exploring the Notion of Authenticity in Teaching: A Repertory Grid Study

 

Monika Klampfleitner & Carolin Kreber

10:40 to 11:00

 

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Room: Dunton 2203

Coffee Break

 

11:00 to 11:50  a.m.

Dunton 1110

 

Dunton 710A

Dunton 2203

Chair: Patricia Gouthro

Graduate Students

Community & Government Attendees at CASAE/ ACÉÉA

Commission of Professors

 

12:00 noon to 1:00 pm

Location:    AA  Architecture Pit

 

Closing plenary & lunch.  All members and CASAE/ACÉÉA attendees invited.

 

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