Sunday, March 3, 2019

AERA, Dewey Studies SIG, 2019

You are invited to the Dewey Studies SIG Meeting on Monday, April 8, 6:35-8:05pm in Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Rm 201E. Everyone is invited. So, definitely INVITE colleagues and students to come with you.  

Following the business meeting, Joel Westheimer, University Research Chair in Democracy & Education, University of Ottawa (Ontario, Canada) and Education columnist, CBC Ottawa Morning and Ontario Today will deliver a talk. Please stay to enjoy.

Conversation and refreshments will conclude the evening. 

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

Sat., April 6, 2019, 10:25am
Multi-Paper Session: The Art in Science and the Science in Art
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Rm 202D
Discussant: Lora A. Bailey, Troy University
Chair: Sonya Sharififard, Pepperdine University


1.     A Deweyan Model of Studying the Learning of Artistic Techniques: Analyzing Sculptural Expression in Sloyd.  Joacim Andersson, Uppsala University, Jim Garrison, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, & Leiff Olov Ostman, Uppsala University.
2.     Dewey, Freire, and the Artistic Process: Similar socio-emotional dispositions and epistemological shift.  Kerry O’Grady, John Hopkins University.
3.     Dewey’s The Sources of a Science of Education and teachers’ Status in Today’s Educational Research.  Kurt Stemhagen & Brionna Nomi, Virginia Commonwealth University.
4.     Reclaiming the Democratic Heart of STEM Education. Bob Coulter, Missouri Botanical Garden.

Sun. April 7, 2019, 11:50am.
Multi-Paper Session: Deweyan Insights for Living Well in the World with Others
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Rm 206A
Discussant: Charles L. Lowery, Ohio University - Athens
Chair: Chetanath Gautam, Delaware State University

1.     Community and Harmony in a Post-Truth Era: Cross-Cultural Dialogues on Pragmatism.  Zitong Wei, China Women’s University.
2.     Dewey and Political Communication in the Age of Mediation.  Lance E. Mason, Indiana University-Kokomo
3.     Social Habits vs Institutional Structures: John Dewey, Hannah Arendt, and Totalitarianism. Aaron Schultz, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
4.     Thinking with Dewey: Giving Access to the Democratic Deliberative Method in Schools for Peace in Our Time. Allison Sheila Taysum, University of Leicester.

Mon. April 8, 2019, 10:25am
Roundtable: Deweyan Connections
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 level, Hall G
Chair: Lance E Mason, Indiana University - Kokomo

1.     Appalachian Principals’ Perception of Dewey’s My Pedagogic Creed.  Charles L. Lowery, Ohio University Athens, Michael Hess, Ohio University Athens, & Chetanath Gautam, Delaware State University.
2.     Dewey in China: Pathways to Global Understanding. Audrey Cohan, Molloy College, Charles Howlett, Molloy College, & Mariola Krol, Sewanhaka Central High School District.
3.     Dewey’s Democracy and the Potential Efficacy of Education as Transformative Agency. Patrick M. Jenlink, Austin State University.
4.     Dewey’s Socialism: Polarization, Crisis, Politics and Philosophy. Lynda Stone, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
5.     The Origins of a Theory of Interpretation in Dewey’s Educational Philosophy (1882-1904).  A. C. Nikolaidis, The Ohio State University-Columbus.

Tues. April 9, 2019, 8am.
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 800 level, Hall F
Roundtable: Deweyan Attention to Process
Chair: Patricia M. Virella, Sarah Lawrence College

1.     Action Research as Constructive Epistemology: Pragmatist Evasions in the Certain. Ali H. Hachem, Austin State University.
2.     Aesthetic Dimensions of Democracy: Deweyan Pragmatism and Confucian Candle Revolution, Wonkyung Jang, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
3.     A Pragmatic Approach to Utopia. Barbara Morgan Fleming, Texas Tech University.
4.     From Rawls to Dewey: Autonomy as Growth in the Ends of Education. Nicolas Jordan Tanchuk, Teachers College, Columbia University.

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