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Invitation to Dewey Studies SIG Proposals Submission


With the final submission deadline changed to August 14, there is still an opportunity for you to send in your AERA Dewey Studies SIG proposals.  I  encourage you to submit papers to the SIG and join the global conversation that the Virtual 2021 AERA conference will be.The number of paper and session allocations that our SIG will receive for the 2021 Annual Meeting is based on the total number of submissions received during the Call for Submissions. This is a great opportunity to invite new people into the Dewey Studies SIG.  Please share this invitation with students and colleagues.

Kind regards

Margaret Macintyre Latta ,Ph.D. (she, her, hers)
Professor and Director, Okanagan School of Education
The University of British Columbia | Okanagan Campus | Syilx Okanagan Nation Territory
3139 EME Building, 3333 University Way| Kelowna BC | V1V 1V7 CanadaPhone: 250 807 8119
Email: margaret.macintyre.latta@ubc.caWebsite: Margaret Macintyre Latta 




Invitation to Dewey Studies SIG Events

You are invited to the Dewey Studies SIG Meeting on Saturday, April 18th, 6:15-7:45pm at the InterContinental, Third Floor, Union Square. Everyone is invited. So, definitely INVITE colleagues and students to come with you.  Following a very brief Business Meeting, Conversation and refreshments will conclude the evening. See attached invitation.

Also, Make Note of the following Dewey Studies SIG sessions throughout AERA:

Sat., April 18, 2020, 10:35am to 12:05pm

Multi-Paper Session: Deweyan Knowledge-Building Discourses

InterContinental, Fourth Floor, Laurel Hill

Discussant: Jim Garrison, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Chair: Adam Attwood, Austin Peay State University

1.Imagining Dewey: Artful Works and Dialogue about Art as ExperiencePatricia L. Maarhuis & A. G. Rud, Washington State University

2.John Dewey & Academic Freedom: From the Freedom of Speech to the Freedom of CommunicationNicolas Jordan Tanchuk, Iowa State University

3.John Dewey on Democracy and Education in the Early WorksLeonard J. Waks, Hongzhou Normal University

4.West Coast Principals’ Perspectives on the Relevance of Dewey's Early Educational Values, Chetanath Gautam, Delaware State University, Michael E. Hess Charles Lowery, Ohio University

Sun. April 19, 2020,12:25 to 1:55 pm.

Multi-Paper Session: The lived Terms of Dewey’s Pedagogical Thinking

InterContinental, Third Floor, Union Square

Discussant: William Gaudelli, Lehigh University
Chair: Laura Jewett, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

1.Cultivating Scholar-Practitioner Identities: Exploring Dewey’s Conceptualisation of the Reflective Thinker through Teacher Education, Sabre Lynn Cherkowski, Catherine Broom, Kyle Hamilton, Darlene Loland, Jody Dlouhy-Nelson, Karen Ragoonaden, & Leslie Shayer, UBC Okanagan

2.Dewey, Pedagogy, and PsychagogyDavid T. Hansen, Teachers College, Columbia University

3.Reconstructing and Reorganizing the Experience of Being a Teacher Educator: (Re)Creating a Living PhilosophyCarol R. Rodgers, University at Albany-SUNY, Claire Stanley, Antioch University-New England, Beverly Burkett, Marlboro College, Leslie Mara TurpinSean Conley, & Marti Anderson, SIT Graduate Institute

4.Unpacking Dewey’s Educative Experience as a Guide for 21st Century TeachersSteven Wojcikiewicz, Learning Policy Institute

Mon., April 20, 2020,10:35am to 12:05pm.

Roundtable: Seeking Dewey’s Relevance

Moscone Center, Exhibition Level, North Building,Rm 25
Chair: 
Chetanath Gautam, Delaware State University

1.A ‘Didaktik' Approach to 'Bildung' Citizenship Through ExperienceBob Coulter, Missouri Botanical Garde

2.Living Well in Community: Using Dewey to Reveal Critical Attributes of a Community-Based Internship ProgramAlan Scott Tinkler & Barri E. Tinkler, Missouri State University

3.Rethinking Dewey for Clinical Experience-Based Teacher EducationJiwon Kim, Monmouth University

4.Educating the Public: Dewey and Arendt's Model and the Crisis of Chinese Education, Daoyong Ding, Beijing Normal University

5.The Inseparable Role of Education in a Democratic Society: Reconsidering Dewey’s Democratic Ideals, Patrick M. Jenlink, Stephen F. Austin State University

6.Why Do We Still Need John Dewey in the 21st Century? Revisiting Dewey’s Academic Influence in China and Beyond, Zhengmei Peng & Gang Zhu, East China Normal University

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Invitation from Program Chair

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Wed, Jan 8, 2020 at 1:32 PM 
dear dewey sig members and all deweyan-interested scholars:
Happy New Decade to All!
 
at aera 2020 in april the dewey sig needs your active participation. the formal business meeting will be brief, and followed by an opportunity to showcase early career scholars and graduate students three-minute accounts of their particular deweyan commitments, opening into a collective conversation.  see the invitation attached and circulate to all interested groups and individuals.  and, please plan to attend and participate yourself.  the three-minute accounts will offer groundwork for envisioning the next decade together.
 
Thank you for your efforts.
 
sincerely,
 
Margaret Macintyre Latta (Dewey Studies SIG, Program Chair)

Margaret Macintyre Latta , Ph.D. (she, her, hers)

Professor and Director, Okanagan School of Education
The University of British Columbia | Okanagan Campus | Syilx Okanagan Nation Territory
3139 EME Building, 3333 University Way| Kelowna BC | V1V 1V7 Canada
Phone: 250 807 8119
Email: margaret.macintyre.latta@ubc.ca margaret.macintyre.latta@ubc.ca>
Website: Margaret Macintyre Latta  <https://education.ok.ubc.ca/about/contact/margaret-macintyre-latta/>

 

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UPCOMING EVENT

You are cordially invited to the Dewey Studies SIG presentation and Business meeting at San Francisco, AERA 2020 (April 17-21).

 
 
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