Spaces/Places:

Exploring the Boundaries of Adult Education

28th Annual Conference

Proceedings of the

Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education

(CASAE)

L'Association canadienne pour l'étude de l'éducation des adultes (ACÉÉA)

 

 

Table of Contents


Welcome Letters


Patricia Gouthro, CASAE/ACÉÉA President

i

Sara Carpenter, Marilyn Laiken, & Shahrzad Mojab

Conference Proceedings Co-Editors

iii

Papers


A C D G H I J K L M N P R S T W

 

Symposia

 

Roundtables

 

 

Name and Title Page


Lawrence Aimoe

An Examination of the Skills and Characteristics of Successful

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Dog Handlers

1

Maha Abdelrahman Amin & Susan M. Brigham

Exploring the Boundaries of Lifelong Learning for Lifelong

Health: Immigrant Women’s Knowledge, Beliefs, Attitudes,

and Perceptions about Cancer

7

Paul Armstrong

Being Displaced: Pedagogical Identities and Early Retirement,

An Autoethnographical Account

15

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Donna Chovanec, Aaron Chubb, Anna McClean & Colin Piquette

Extending Theorizing on Social Movement Learning:

Exploring Early Political Learning

21

Darlene E. Clover & Catherine McGregor

Women Learning Politics and the Politics of Women's

Learning: Preliminary Findings of an International Study in

Canada and India

28

Maureen Coady

Forging Community Health Planning Partnerships: Increasing

Volunteer Involvement and Community Learning

34

Suzanne Cook & Jennifer Sumner

New Spaces and New Places: Adult Education and the Creation

of Alternative Foodscapes

41

Rebecca Cory

Racetalk on the Web: Discourses of Whiteness and

Racialization on the Internet

47

Jane Cruikshank

Older Workers: The New Flexible Workforce?

54

Dan Cui & Jennifer Kelly

Boundaries of Teacher Education and Certification:

A Historical Case of PLAR?

59

Richard Darville

Knowing Literacy for Teaching, Testing Literacy for Policy:

Literacy Workers and a Survey of Reading Skillls

65

 

Claire Duchesne

Un programme pour favoriser l'insertion professionnelle des nouveaux enseignants de l'Ontario
72

 

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Tara Gibb & Judith Walker

The Limits of Lifelong Learning in Federal Policy: Investing

in the Inclusion of all Canadians?

79

Patricia A. Gouthro

Lifelong Learning and Citizenship: Exploring the Complex

Question of What it Means to be Canadian

86

Erin Graham

Harm Re(pro)duction and Prostitution: Why Settle?

93

Janet Groen & Tara Hyland-Russell

Success: The Views of Marginalized Adult Learners

in a Radical Humanities Program

101

Shibao Guo and Yan Guo

Spaces/Places: Exploring the Possibilities and Boundaries of Community-Based Adult Education for Recent Immigrants to Canada 108

Barbara Henning

Exploring the Theory and Practice of Leadership in Fulfilling

the Non-profit Mission

115

Catherine Irving & Leona Engish

Feminist Network Activism and Education in Canada

122

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Zeenat Janmohamed

Queering Early Childhood Studies: Challenging the Discourse

of Developmentally Appropriate Practice

129

Kaela Jubas

Everyday Formalities: Framing Informal Learning in Terms

of Academic Disciplines and Skills

135

Colleen Kawalilak

Protecting a Valuable Environmental Resource: Knowledge

Gathered Along the Way by Elder Faculty in University Settings

142

Monika Klampfleitner & Carolin Kreber

Exploring the notion of authenticity in teaching:

A repertory grid study

151

Paul Kolenick

Everybody's Into Environmental Ed, Right?

A Foucauldian Perspective

158

Carolin Kreber

Courage and Compassion in the Striving for Authenticity:

States of Complacency, Compliance and Contestation

164

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Elizabeth A. Lange

Barren Soil, Pioneer Species, and the Work of "Rehabitation":
A Literature Review of Environmental Adult Education

171

 

Lichun Willa Liu

Double Transitions, Double Learning: Chinese Immigrants

and Childrearing

179

Name and Title Page

 

Tracey Lloyd

Outcomes-based Management and Organizational Learning:

The Role of the Adult Educator in the Workplace

185

 

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Scott MacPhail & Donovan Plumb

Lifelong Learning in Networked Capitalism: The New Spirit

of Adult Education

192

Karen Magro

Negotiating new cultural and social terrain: Possibilities for

transformative change among refugees and newcomers to Canada

199

Robert Mizzi

Screened Out?: Determining the Relevance of Pre-Departure

Orientations to Gay Male Adult Educators Teaching Abroad

206

Kate Murray

Surmounting Anguish: Educating for Action

213

Roxana Ng, Kiran Mirchandani, Willa Lichun Liu, Hongxia Shan,

Tania Das Gupta & Guida Man

Mobilizing Class Transnationally: Professional immigrant

women navigating the Canadian labour market

220

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Donovan Plumb

Learning in LETS: A Radical Alternative to Informal, Formal,

and Non-formal Learning in the Capitalist-Nation-State

226

Karim A. Remtulla

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

233

Carole Roy

Beyond the Headlines: Documentary Film Festivals and

Citizenship Education

241

Kjell Rubenson

Adult Education and Learning in Canada in a Comparative

Perspective: A Critical Review of Canada's National Report

to CONFINTEA VI

248

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Name and Title Page


Laura Servage

Why Do Adult Students Choose Private Vocational Colleges?
"Consumer" Choice in Work and Learning Paths and Some Policy Implications

254

 

Suzanne Smythe

Learning to be "Kindergarten parents": Social Networking and the Work of Inequality

262

Mariam Stitou

Regard sur les difficultés vácues par les étudiants de l'Université

d'Ottawa admis du secondaire V québécois

269

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Nancy Taber

Social Care in Adult Education: Resisting a Marketplace Agenda

276

Terrie Lynn Thompson

Flexible Workers - Fluid Spaces: (Re/Dis) assembling

Learning Practices Online

283

Judith Walker

Policy movers and policy shakers: Drivers of policy formation

in adult literacy in New Zealand & British Columbia

290

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Symposia


Name and Title Page


Geraldine MacDonald, William McQueen, Thomas Turay

& Rose Dyson

Peace through Spaces and Places: CASAE Peace Connections

296

Bonnie Slade

Educator or Job Developer? A Readers' Theatre on the

Blurred Boundaries of Adult Education

304

Maurice Taylor, Rob Mark, Christine Pinsent-Johnson,

& Vanessa Montgomery

Toward the Development of an International Research

Strategy for Literacy and Essential Skills

312

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Roundtables


Name and Title Page


Susan Aaron

Re-creating the Locale as Creative Inquiry

322

Diane Burt

Appreciative Inquiry: An Approach to Collaborative

Problem-Solving in Faculty Utilization of E-Learning Technologies

323

Chris Chapman

Self-reflexive Critique and Fostering Communities of Support

in Education for Social Change

326

Carole Chatalalsingh, Mark Federman, Marilyn Laiken,

Tracey Lloyd, & Cristin Stephens-Wagner

Walking the Adult Education Talk: Creating Space and Place

For Knowledge-sharing Praxis among Graduate Thesis Students

329

Leona M. English, Maureen Coady, Allan Quigley, Patricia Cranton,Ellen Carusetta, Dorothy MacKeracher, Aaron Chubb, Elizabeth Lange, & Donovon Plumb

Sui Generis or Generic? What's Canadian about Canadian

Adult Education?

332

Behrang Foroughi, Elizabeth Pinnington, Nelson Rosales,

& Daniel Schugurensky

Can Municipalities Enable Adult Citizenship Learning?

The Tensions of Participatory Democracy in Local Governance

334

Zelda Groener

Higher Education, the World of Work, and Adult Education

in South Africa

337

Kathleen Kevany

Distrubing the Peace: Lessons from Vaclav Havel on the

Peaceful Road to Democracy

340

Manuel Larrabure and Sarah O'Sullivan

Consciousness, Participatory Democracy and Revolutionary

Praxis: Learning and Radical Social Change

343

Jim Sharpe, Kjell Rubenson, & Patti Gouthro

Assessing the Impact of the Adult Learning Knoweldge Centre:

Exploring Contributions to Developing the Terrain of Adult

Education in Canada

345
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