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SIG 171 and 2015 Annual Meeting
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AERA CONFUCIANISM, TAOISM, BUDDHISM AND EDUCATION SIG 

2015 CONFERENCE PROGRAM 
April 16-20, Chicago, Illinois  

BUSINESS MEETING (6:15-7:45PM): THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 2015
Location: Swissotel, Event Centre Second Level, ST. Gallen 1

Keynote Speech:
Active Role of Learners: An examination of Xun Zi’s Understanding of Learning/Knowledge Acquisition

Liqing Tao
College of Staten Island – CUNY
 
Gaoyin Qian 
Lehman College – CUNY


PAPER SESSION (8:15-10:15AM): FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2015

Session Title: Education as working within: Unfolding selfhood from Confucianist, Taoist, and Buddhist Perspectives
Location: Swissotel, Event Centre Second Level, ST. Gallen 1

1. Confucian Selfhood and the Idea of Multicultural Education.
Chenyu Wang, University of Virginia

2. Discussion on Tian-ren Learning and Its Implication to Modern Education
Jingyi Liu, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Lu Leng, University of Hawaii at Manoa

3. Exploring Cultural Approach for School Counseling: Use of Mindfulness for Promoting Students’ Wellbeing in Hong Kong Secondary Schools. 
Ming-tak Hue, The Hong Kong Institute of Education

4. The Treasure of Nature: Exploring the Pedagogical Implications of Equity in Daoism and Lost Gospels. 
Wilma Maki, Capilano University

5.  Where is the Mustard Seed? The Challenges and Possibilities of Teaching Compassionately. 
David Keiser, Montclair State University

6. “Wind” as Pedagogy: Confucius’s Pedagogic Vision in the Yijing Guan-Hexagram and Mao’s Wind-Regulation in the 1940s.
Weili Zhao, University of Wisconsin – Madison


ROUNDTABLE SESSION (10:35AM-12:05PM): FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2015

Location: Hyatt, East Tower –Purple Level, Riverside West

1. Becoming a Walkaway: A Buddhist and Depth Psychological Approach to Scapegoating. 
Alexandra Fidyk, University of Alberta

2. Pro and Con of Confucius Values and Their Shaping of Mainland China University Students Mental State. 
Lei Zhang, Tsinghua University; Xiaoyang Wang, Tsinghua University

3. Sense of Self: A Comparative Study Between American and Chinese College Students. 
Dengting Boyanton, Long Island University

4. Teachers’ Attitudes toward Education of Traditional Morality in Mainland China. 
Xi Wang, Beijing Normal University 

 
 
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AERA 2014
Confucianism, Taoism and Education SIG Program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


BUSINESS MEETING

Thursday April 3, 6:15 to 7:45pm,
Convention Center, 100 Level, 108A

From a Philosophical Perspective: Influences of Confucianism and Buddhism on School Guidance and Counseling
Ming-tak Hue, The Hong Kong Institute of Education


PAPER SESSION
The Influence and Relevance of Confucianism, Taois, and Buddhism for Education, Self, and Research
Friday, April 4, 8: 15am to 10:15am
Convention Center, 100 Level, 105B

Academic Press in Cultures of Learning: An Examination of PISA 2009
Xiu Cravens, Vanderbilt University
Nianbo Dong, University of Missouri - Columbia

Asian Values and Democratic Citizenship: Exploring Attitudes among South Korean 8th Graders
Ryan Thomas Knowles, University of Missouri

Predictors for Parental Satisfaction on Buddhist Preschools in South Korea
Hee Jung Min, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Embodied Pathway to Peace: Qi Cultivation for Integration of Body, Emotion, Ethics and Action
Tom E. Culham, The University of British Columbia;
Jing Lin, University of Maryland, College Park

Expanding Embodied Study with Insights of Classical Chinese Body Thought
Xuyang Qian, Hangzhou Normal University

Wuwei (non-action) Philosophy and Actions: Rethinking “Actions” in School Reform.
Seungho Moon, Oklahoma State University – Stillwater

Taoism, Deconstruction, and Educational Research
Hongyu Wang, Oklahoma State University – Tulsa
ROUNDTABLE SESSION

Confucianism and Taoism: Learning to Read and Learning to Be.
Friday, April 4, 2:15pm to 3:45pm, Convention Center, 400 Level, Terrace IV


Language And Meaning: Pre-Qin Chinese Scholars’ Concerns and Implications for Literacy Education Then and Now
Liqing Tao, College of Staten Island – CUNY
Gaoyin Qian, Lehman College – CUNY

Hammering at the Clouds of Universal Nature: Education Paradox and the Possibilities of Sea Mind
David Lee Keiser, Montclair State University

Stay or Go Back? An Exploratory Study on Educational Decision Making of Chinese Visitant Parents
Haiping Hao, Texas A&M University

 
 
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