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The Eleventh International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning Centro De Convenciones Pedagogicas De Cojimar (Cojimar Pedagogical Convention Centre)

Havana, Cuba, Sunday 27 - Wednesday 30 June 2004 Saturday 26th June

3:00-5:00pm REGISTRATION (it is not obligatory to register on this day - the opportunity to do so is offered for the convenience of delegates)

Sunday 27th June

7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30

9:30-10:30

10:30-11:00 11:00-12:00

12:00-1:00 1:00-2:30 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

REGISTRATION & Arrival Coffee - CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT WILL BE OPEN FROM 7:30 AM OPENING CEREMONY Chairs:Olga Lidia Hernandez, Researcher, Institute of Philosophy, Cuba and Prof Mary Kalantzis, Innovation Research Professor at RMIT University, Australia - Performance [15mins] - Dr Francisco Fereira Baiz, Cuban Vice Minister of Education [30mins] PLENARY SESSION - ONE - Dr Hector Valdez, Director of the Central Institute of Pedagogical Sciences - Prof Michael Apple, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA MORNING TEA PLENARY SESSION - TWO - Dr Francisco Lacayo, UNESCO Presentative in Cuba - Prof Fernando Guzman, Rector of The INSTEC, University of CITMA, Cuidad le La Habana LUNCH PAPERS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA 1:00-1:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 1A

GROUP 1

1:30-2:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 1B

Sunday27 June 2:00-2:30 (30min sessions) GROUP 1C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Ian Stafford, Lecturer, Dept of Applied Human Sciences, University of Durham, United Kingdom Coach Education in Sport and the Rehabilitation of Young Offenders

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr. Christy Jackson Carroll and Dr Angie Howard, Arkansas State University, USA No Child Left Behind: Inclusion

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Hsi-Chi Hsiao, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan A Practical Arts Program for Disadvantaged Students in Taiwan

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Roy A. Weaver, Dean, Teachers College and Prof Jerome D. Ulman, Professor of Special Education, Teachers College, Ball State University, USA The Global Digital Divide: Access, Meaning, and

Berenice Nyland, RMIT University, and Chris Nyland, Monash University, Australia Reggio Emilia in China: The Use of a Social Justice Approach to Early Learning to Prepare Children for a

Dr Jerry Traughber Smartt, Professor, Division of Religion & Humanities, Friends University and Dr Rosalind Scudder, Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences, Wichita State University, USA

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Empowerment

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Multicultural Global Adoption Market

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Second Language Acquisition & Self-Repair Behavior

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Room # TBA

Annette Seitz, Institute For Learning, USA Literacy Coaches: Closing the Gap Between Training and Use

Overhead Projector, Data Projector, TV/VCR

Julian Kunnie, Director, Africana Studies, The University of Arizona, USA The Praxis of Authentic Transformative Learning: Resisting Capitalistic Culture and for Collective Benefit Overhead

Projector, TV/VCR

Dr Elinor Brown, Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky, USA Service Learning: A Tool to Broaden the Cross- Cultural Sensitivity of Teacher Candidates

TV/VCR, Data Projector, Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Joan Cutting, The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom Understanding Interaction In Multicultural In-service MA TESOL Tutorials

Overhead Projector

Sheila Narsee, Senior Lecturer, Department of English & Communication, Durban Institute of Technology, South Africa Navigating Unchartered Waters: Peace within Hearts, Hands and Minds

Overhead Projector

Dr Swee Eng Audrey Lim and Mei Lee Ng, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong Experiences of Hong Kong Preschoolers' English Language/Literacy Development

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Room # TBA

Monica Hendricks, Rhodes University, South Africa English Literacy and Social Justice in School

Overhead Projector

Dr. Loshini Naidoo, University of Western Sydney, Australia Effects of the Social Justice Coursework and School Professional Experience on Students' Understanding and Perceptions of Social Justice as the Key to Effective Educational Change Overhead Projector Dr Matthew Hirshberg, University of Canterbury, New Zealand Educating Future Citizens for a More Just, Humane and Peaceful World

Overhead Projector

Dr Margaret M. Harrigan, Superintendent-in-Residence, School of Education, DePaul University, USA The Principal as Instructional Leader in Elevating and Advancing the Achievement of Students from Low-Income Minority Families as Evidenced in Selected Chicago Elementary and High Public Schools

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Prof William W. Wilen, Professor of Education, Department of Teaching, Leadership and Curriculum Studies, Kent State University, USA Using Discussion Strategies to Actively Involve Students in the EFL Classroom

Overhead Projector

Dr. Eileen N. Ariza, Associate Professor of TESOL, Department of Teacher Education, Dr Susanne Lapp , Florida Atlantic University and Diane Pett, ESL/Spanish Teacher, Foreign Language Department Ilion Central School, USA Teaching Content to Students of English: Materials and Strategies

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

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Dr Thea K. Dunn, Assistant Professor, Mathematics Dr Michael W. Smith, Saint Anselm College, USA Education, Teacher Education, University of WisconsinStatistics Don't Bleed: Teaching Sociology of Terrorism and River Falls, USA Genocide through Multimedia Technologies and Service Teaching Mathematics in the Spirit of Education Reform: Learning Influences of a Technology-based Preservice Teacher Development Initiative 1:00-2:00 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 1D Roger H. Nubern, Oak Hall, USA Silent Film Synthesis: The Sight of Sound Dr Amos Abu, Senior Lecturer, Department of Geography, Peace Foundation International PFI and Ehis Abebe Abu, Founder/President, Peace Foundation International PFI, Nigeria Facing the Challenge of Education Reform in Africa: PFI's Method of Introducing Peace & Human Rights Education In Africa's School Curriculum

Overhead Projector, Slide projector

Venicia Smith, University of the Western Cape, South Africa English as a an Academic Language: An Investigation into Challenges Faced by Second Language Speakers of English Students at UWC

2:00-2:30 (30min sessions) GROUP 1C cont.

Cecilia Silva, Research Centre for Higher Education, Tohoku University, Japan Problem Posing Approach in Foreign Language Learning: From Words to Collaborative Dialogue Dr Janelle Young, Australian Catholic University, Australia Prevention rather than Intervention: Translating research into Educational Practice in the Early Years

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Room # TBA

Prof Maureen Dooley, Eastern Shore Community College, USA SPARK Plus: A Bi-lingual Family Learning Program which uses the Environment to Level the Educational Playing Field.

Data Projector

Chiu-Ching Chen and Ching-Yuan Chang, Department of Education Psychology and Counseling, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan The Experimental Study of Implementing Teaching Strategies of Critical Thinking in Social Science

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Medhat H. Rahim, Faculty of Education, Lakehead University, Dave Cristopher Bopp, Korah Collegiate &

Sylvia Read, Utah State University, USA

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Vocational School, Jennifer Anne Bopp, Algoma District School Board, Canada Shape Transforms through Dissection - Motion- Operations (DMO) in 2D & 3D Euclidean Spaces: Hands-on Activities & Computer Animation

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Young Children as Researchers: A Close Look at the Process

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Christy J. Carroll, and Gloria Cobbs, Arkansas State University, USA Learning Styles and their Effect on Mid-level Students' Abilities

Data Projector

Aralynn McMane, World Association of Newspapers, France and Roxana Morduchowicz, Ministry of Education, Argentina The Role of Newspapers in Education for Learning in the Information Era

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Susan N. Fleming, Goddard College and Nancy Letts, HHP Group, USA Insiders and Outsiders: Understanding the Implicit Curriculum

TV/VCR

Jesus Castellon, Bilingual Mathematics Teacher, Advanced Language and Academic Studies and Gregory Cramer, (ALAS)High School, Milwaukee Public Schools, USA Creating a Small High School for "Language Minority" Students: The Story of ALAS

Overhead Projector Data Projector, TV/VCR

2:30-4:00 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

PAPERS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA 2:30-3:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 2A

GROUP 2

3:00-3:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 2B

Sunday27 June 3:30-4:00 (30min sessions) GROUP 2C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr Boots Y. Pascual, Pomona College, USA Technology, Natural Linguistic Environment and Adult L2 Acquisition: A Hypothetical Simulation and Empirical Assessment of Tagalog

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Shen Chen, The University of Newcastle, Australia The Cultural Interaction in On-line ESL Teaching and Learning

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Asst Prof Carrie J. Boden, Dept of English, Friends University, USA Fostering Learner Self-Direction to Prepare Students for Lifelong Learning

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Roy Corden, Reader in Language and Literature in Education, Faculty of Education, Nottingham Trent University and Dr Nicola Spice, Teacher Researcher, Faculty of Education, The Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom Developing Reflective Writers in Primary Schools: Findings from Partnership Research

Data Projector TV/VCR

George Hunt, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom Dialogue and Creativity in Literacy Classrooms

TV/VCR, Tape Recorder, Overhead Projector

Dr Denise Matthews and Dr Jaime Gomez Eastern Connecticut State University, USA Who's Teaching Whom?: Challenges for Media Educators Teaching Technologically Savvy Students

TV/VCR Data Projector

Room # TBA

Michael Newman, CUNY & Research Institute for the Study of Language in Urban Society, Queens College, USA Samplin' Ideologies: Ideological Expression and Conflict in a Rap Genre

Data Projector

Amy C. Bradshaw, University of Oklahoma, USA Developing Instructional Materials that Communicate: Connecting Visual Literacy, Cognition, and Culture

Data Projector

Heather Lotherington, York University, Canada From Goldilocks to Dreadlocks: Transliteracies in the Elementary School

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Prof Sue Clegg, Head of Research, Learning and Teaching Institute, Dr Karen Smith, Research Assistant, Learning and Teaching Institute and Dr Malcolm Todd, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, School of Social Science and Law,

Dr. A. Tina Wagle, Empire State College, USA Puerto Rican Bilingual Free Space

Overhead Projector

Jenifer Onstott, Instructor, Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Pitzer College, USA Language and Community: Becoming Engaged Citizens Through Synthesizing Second Language Theory and

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Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom Fostering Autonomy Through Work-Based Experiences: Challenges for University Educators and Students

Overhead Projector

Experiential Learning

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Joanna Tapper, University of Melbourne, Australia Employers' Interests: Providing Project Work Placements for Humanities Students

Overhead Projector

Prof Richard G. Bagnall, Head of School, School of Vocational, Technology & Arts Education, Griffith University, Australia The Ethics of Lifelong Learning

Overhead Projector

Dr Neomy Storch, Senior Lecturer, Language & Learning Skills Unit, The University of Melbourne, Australia Addressing the Academic Language needs of (Post)Graduate ESL Students: An Evaluation of Three Different Programs

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Michael Hoechsmann, McGill University, Canada Youth, Cultural Production and the Internet: The Canadian Experience

Overhead Projector, Slide projector

Mardiana Abu Bakar, Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice, National Institute of Education, Singapore Of Habitus, Discourses, Subjectivities and Curriculum-inuse: Constructions of Identities in Two Secondary Schools

Overhead Projector

Claire Acevedo, Catholic Education Office, Melbourne, Australia Building New Learning Communities in the Middle Years of Schooling (Yrs 5-9): A `second generation' response to the call to create a new co-operative, multi-partner professional development strategy on Middle Years School Innovation

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Room # TBA

Prof Geoffrey Walford, Professor of Education Policy, Department of Educational Studies, University of Oxford, United Kingdom Learning and the Local Community: Is Community Involvement always a Good Thing?

Alan J. Singer, Professor Secondary Education, Curriculum and Teaching, Hofstra University, USA A Scary Thought - What If Our Schools Are Working?: Possibilities For Teachers Who Are Committed To Promoting Social And Personal Transformation for their students

Room # TBA

Carol Severino, Associate Professor, Department of Rhetoric and Prof Mary Trachsel, Associate Professor, Department of Rhetoric, University of Iowa, USA Starting a Writing Fellows Program: Learning to Cross Disciplines and Pedagogies

Overhead Projector

Jennifer Miller and Linda Lipkin, Boston Public Schools, USA Collaborative Coaching and Learning: Literacy Coaches and Professional Development

Overhead Projector

Dr Joseph Kretovics,College of Education, Western Michigan University, Dr William Armaline, Center for Innovative and Transformative Education, Bowling Green State University, Dr Kathy Farber, Partnerships for Community Action, Dr Chris Fox, College of Education, The University of Toledo and Dr Svetlana Betyukova, Urban Affairs Institute, USA A Comprehensive Approach to School Restructuring to Improve Achievement for all Students: Results from the Field Pete Sorensen, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Collaborative Practice in Initial Teacher Education: the Use of Paired Subject Placements in the School Practicum

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Christy Irene Ellsperman, Susquehanna University, USA 'A Buyer's Market:' The Implications of the Student-asConsumer Metaphor and the Commercialization and Renovation of American Universities

Margaret A. Mendoza, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of English, New Mexico State University, USA The Ferry Serves Both Shores of the River: Expanding Access and Literacies in Higher Education

Overhead Projector

Nicole Avard and Michelle Nicholson, Singleton High School, Australia A Multiliteracies Focused Curriculum in an Australian Comprehensive High School, Framed by the Quality Teaching NSW Public Schools Model as a Catalyst

2:30-4:00 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 2D

Room # TBA Room # TBA Dr. Jaime Canfux Gutierrez, IPLAC, Cuba, Marcia B. Krawll and Dr. Rongo H. Wetere, Te Wananga o Aotearoa, New Zealand Learning Literacy en Masse: A Multi-Media Approach Dr. Myra Weiger, Kean University, USA Connecting with Self, the Past,and Others: There is No Independent Mode of Existence

3:30-4:00 (30min sessions) GROUP 2C cont.

Glenda Kupczyk-Romanczuk, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, University of New England, Australia How Do We Define `Environment'? Dr Sioux McKenna, Acting Director, Centre for Higher Education Development, Durban Institute of Technology,South Africa Developing the Academic Student Identity: Tensions

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between Academic, Social and African Identities

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Cheryl J. Sutter, Project Zero at Harvard Graduate School of Education and Maggie Nolan Donovan, First Grade Teacher, Dennis Yarmouth Regional School District, USA That's Not Fair: Teaching and Learning Racial Justice with Young Children

Overhead Projector, TV/VCR, Tape Recorder

Mohamad Ibrani Shahrimin, Mohd. Sharani Ahmad and Zainal Abidin Madon, University Putra of Malaysia, Malaysia A Case Study of Collaborative Interactions of Preschool Children: A Sociocultural Perspective on Australian and Malaysian children

TV/VCR, Overhead Projector

2:30-4:00 COLLOQUIUM (90 min sessions) GROUP 2E

Room 15 3:00-4:00 Dr. Virginia Lea, Sonoma State University, Babatunde Lea, Educultural Foundation, Elena Featherston, New Ways To Learn, and Dr Jean Ishibashi, San Francisco State University, USA Something's Got To Give: Transforming the Role of Whiteness in Learning Communities Data Projector

AFTERNOON TEA [Afternoon tea will be available for the hour and delegates can help themselves]

4:00-5:00 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

PAPERS and WORKSHOPS 4:00-4:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 3A

GROUP 3

4:30-5:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 3B

Sunday27 June

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr James A. Rabbitt, Saint Xavier University, USA Program and Policy Innovation in Administrator Preparation Programs in the United States

Overhead Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Brenda Boudreau, McKendree College, USA Charting New Territories: Empowering College Students to Become Global Thinkers

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Paul Denley and Sue Martin, University of Bath, United Kingdom Cognitive Styles and Teaching and Learning: ~ Ignoring Gravity?

Data Projector

Dr M. Jayne Fleener, Associate Dean, College of Education, University of Oklahoma and Clydia Forehand, Graduate student, Music Department, Tulsa (Oklahoma) Public Schools, USA The Cult of Efficiency and Death of Creativity: Lifelong Learning as a Myth of Modern Education

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Sharon Broughton, Tertiary Access Coordinator, Student Equity Services, Griffith University, Australia Delayed Learning: Adults Seeking Higher Education

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Michael Ogier, Teacher, Education Queensland, The University of Queensland, Australia Curriculum Mapping, Teacher Retention and Continuity of Practice in Rural Queensland Schools

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Chrissie Boughey, Director, Academic Development Centre, Rhodes University, South Africa Resisting Pedagogy: Students' Response to 'Critical Literacy' at a Historically Black South African University

Data Projector

Dr Steven Shaw, Department of Education Technology, Concordia University, Canada How Applicable Are North American Web Design Standards Across Cultures: A Comparison of Preferences of North American Users, Arab Users, and Designers Producing Content for Arab Audiences

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Paul Throssell, University of Tasmania, Australia Don't Let an Old Person Get Inside You! "Agelessness," a Lifelong Experience of Being Alive

Overhead Projector

Pat Hill, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom What Do Students Really Want From Higher Education?: But Will It Get Me More Marks?

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA Room # TBA

Marsha Barber, Ryerson University, Canada Cross-cultural Education in Cambodia

Overhead Projector

Rosonna Tite, Memorial University, Canada Violence Prevention: The School and Its Community

Overhead Projector

Judith Byrne, New Arrivals Teacher, Western English Language School (WELS), DEET, Australia A S.E.A Change: From The Sudan to Egypt to Australia

Juan Pablo Jiménez, University of Massachusetts, USA Literacy Demands In People In A Post-Industrial, Knowledge-Based Economy: A Latino Woman (Re)Designing Her Social Future Through Text(S) In A Computer And Family Literacy

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Overhead Projector

Class

4:00-5:00 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 3D

Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA Lorraine Sushames, Lecturer, Faculty of Indigenous Research & Education, Charles Darwin University, Australia Development of the AlaN Profiles

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Dr. Alireza Ebrahimi. State University of New York, USA Visual Learning System: Generic Goal-Driven Problem Solving with Plan and Sub-plan

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Jim Coppoc, Graduate Student, English Department, Iowa State University, USA Slam Poetry: Getting Students Excited

TV/VCR

Dr Suneetha S. de Silva, Rocky Mountain College Billings, USA Reciprocal Mentoring for Empowerment and Maximizing Cross Cultural Competencies in Early Childhood Care-givers

5:.00-6:30 Room # TBA 5:.00-6:30 Room # TBA

ROUND TABLE SESSIONS 1 & 2 ROUND TABLE SESSIONS - 1

Sunday27 June

Topic - Communications, Technology and Learning

ROUND TABLE SESSIONS - 2

Topic - Environment and Learning

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Monday 28th June

8:00 8:30-10:30

10:30-11:00 11:00-12:30 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT WILL BE OPEN FROM 8:00 AM PLENARY SESSION - THREE - Michelle Knobel, Montclair State University, New Jersey, USA - Prof Colin Lankshear, Professorial Research Fellow at the University of Ballarat - Dr Consuello Viciedo, President de EDUPAZ - Dr Angel Villarini, Puerto Rico University MORNING TEA PAPERS, WORKSHOPS, GARDEN SESSIONS and COLLOQUIA GROUP 4 11:00-11:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 4A 11:30-12:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 4B

Monday 28 June 12:00-12:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 4C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr Joseph Christopher Schaub, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, USA A Production-based Approach to Media Literacy

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Ronald Abram and Karl Sandin, Denison University, USADenison University, USA Practicing the Self: Reflections on a Learning Community at Denison University

Data Projector Slide Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr Barbara Prashing, Director, Department of Training & Research, Creative Learning Company, New Zealand Learning Style Diversity in the Classroom: Everyone Can Learn, if we Just Knew How to Teach Them

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr K. Nicola Williams, Graduate School of Education, George Mason University, USA "If you can't stand any Love and Attention, Don't Come Here":How Students and Teachers talk about Life in Classrooms Centered upon Cultural Teaching Missions and Practices

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Mike McManus, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy and Dr Malcolm Todd, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, School of Social Science and Law, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom Inquiry-based Learning and Study Support: An Investigation of its Use in a First Year Undergraduate Social Science Programme

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Eleri Bowen, School of Technology and Dr Trevor Price, Senior Lecturer, School of Technology, University of Glamorgan United Kingdom Using Electronic Attendance Registers to Aid Adult Learner Success

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Jim Greenlaw, Associate Professor, School of Education, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada Literacy Curriculum Reform in Bhutan: Headmasters Discuss the Challenges they Face

Data Projector

Yeong-Mahn You, Assistant Professor, College of Education, Hanyang University, Korea and Juyun Kim, The University of British Columbia, Canada From Learning About to Learning to Be: Digital literacy as Emancipatory Action for the Next Generation in the Digital Time

Data Projector

Dr Frank D. Aquila, Cleveland State University, Dr Ronald Moss and Dr Wayne Carter, Cleveland Municipal School District, USA Alternative Schools: The Search For An Educational Future

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Katherine Muir, College of Education, University of Wyoming, USA Lights, Camera, Action: Social Justice Educators Teaching Science

Overhead Projector

Ermien van Pletzen, University of Cape Town, South Africa A Body of Reading: First-year ESL Students' Negotiation of Texts in an Interdisciplinary Medical Course in a South African Institution of Higher Education

Overhead Projector

Dr Lea Ramsdell, Towson University, USA Reciprocity: The Heart of Service-Learning

Room # TBA

Dr Valia Spiliotopoulos, University of Toronto, Canada Self-Directed Learning of Academic Writing amongst Graduate Students

Overhead Projector

Kimberly Bunts-Anderson, Macquarie University, Australia Differences Between Teachers' Experiences and Beliefs: In and Out-of-class Interaction in Second Language Learning Relations to Practice

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

Margaret Dizon, Charles Darwin University, Australia "Don't be Shame, be Game" - Improving Literacy and Numeracy of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Mature-Aged Australians through Computer Use

Data Projector

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Room # TBA

Prof Alison Jones, Associate Professor, School of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand Love Me! Teach Me! Cross-Cultural Literacy in University Classrooms

Overhead Projector

Dr. David A. Foltz, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA Language and Identity: Spanish Heritage Speech Closes Doors To Some Work Opportunities in the US

Overhead Projector

Dr Jerry W. Bradford, College Misericordia and Dr Tim Hobbs, University of Scranton, USA Preparing Elementary Educators for Math Literacy

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Gillian M. Humphreys, Assistant Professor in English, Department of English, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong and Mary Spratt, United Kingdom Varying Motivation towards Putonghua, English and a Third Language among Hong Kong Tertiary Students

Overhead Projector

Tahir Wood, University of the Western Cape, South Africa Higher Education and the "General Intellect"

Overhead Projector

Dr Paul Thompson, Lecturer, School of Education, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Progression in Spoken English

Tape Recorder

Room # TBA

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Sharifah Khadijah Aihaddad, Faculty of Accountancy, Sandra Liliana Pucci, Univeristy of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Universiti Teknologi MARA, Syed Musa Alhabshi, and Sharon H. Ulanoff, California State University, Los University Tun Abdul Razak (UNITAR), Mahfudzah Angeles, USA Mohamed, University Teknologi MARA, Malaysia The Evolution of the Spanish print environment in one Los Study on the Effect of Limited-English-Proficient on Angeles community Academic Performance in Accounting Education Teresa Jan Young, Philander Smith College and the Barbara Evans, Swinburne University of Technology, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA Australia Developing Emotional and Interpersonal Intelligence in the Two Cases in Innovative Australian Business Teaching: Classroom: The Use of Oral History and Personal Narrative Keeping it `Real' 11:00-12:00 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 4D Kate Tindle, Dr Juliana Taymans and Rachel Lander, George Washington University, USA Glimpses of Critical Literacy: Urban Adolescents and Preservice Teachers

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Dr Kerry Kautzman, Alfred University, USA Facilitating Second Language Acquisition through Service Learning

Ruth Tepper, Teachers College, USA Embodied Artists: Engagement of the Body When Making Art

12:00-12:30 (30min sessions) GROUP 4C cont.

Don Adams, Lecturer, School of Education, University of Newcastle, Australia Informing the Dimensions of Lifelong Learning through Vocational Education and Training in Australian Secondary Schools

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Ellen L. Smith, Instructor, Department of Educational Foundations, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, USA Service Learning: From Middle Class Volunteerism to Critical Analysis

Data Projector

Theodoric Manley Jr, DePaul University, USA Putting the Learning in Service Learning: From Soup Kitchen Models of Service Learning to the Black Metropolis Model

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Jaskiran Dhillon and Katerina Zacharia, Education, Culture, and Society, University of Pennsylvania, USA Struggles for Access: Expanding Notions of Literacy for Youth in Community-Based Settings

TV/VCR

Mohamad Ibrani Shahrimin, Mohd. Sharani Ahmad and Zainal Abidin Madon, University Putra of Malaysia, Malaysia Social Interaction and Early Childhood Educational Computer Environment: A Case Study

Overhead Projector, TV/VCR

Room # TBA

Dr Celina Valentina Echols, Department of Educational Leadership and Technology, The College of Education & Human Development and Dr Elinor Brown, Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky, USA Teacher Education in Cyberspace: Broadening Cross-cultural Awareness via Technology

Po Wah Chan, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong A Collaborative Experience Among Family, School and Institute on Promoting Children's Education in Hong Kong Context

Overhead Projector

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GARDEN Room # TBA

11:00-12:00 GARDEN SESSION in GROUP 4 with Plenary Speaker 11:00-12:30 COLLOQUIUM (90 min session) GROUP 4E

James Seguin, Robert Morris University, Tony Buba, Robert Morris University, Ray Henderson, Braddock Field Historical Society, Rachel Bobrow, Robert Morris University, Andrew Seguin, Columbia University, USA Transforming Students through Documentary Film, Video and Photography Projects

Overhead Projector TV/VCR Slide Projector

12:30-1:30

LUNCH

1:30-3:00 Room # TBA Room # TBA

PAPERS, WORKSHOPS and GARDEN SESSIONS GROUP 5 1:30-2:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 5A 2:00-2:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 5B

Monday 28 June 2:30-3:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 5C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr Sonali Laxmi Shah, Research Fellow, School of Sociology & Social Policy, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Disabled and Successful: Education in the Life Stories of Disabled High-Achievers

Overhead Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Tinus van Rooy, University of South Africa, South Africa Establishing Learning Organisation through a more Educative Approach to Education

Overhead Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr. Susan Crichton, University of Calgary, Canada Distributed Learning: Expanding Literacy Options

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Karimah AdisaThomas, SFSU, USA Assessing Preservice Teacher Knowledge and Perceptions of Diversity and Theories: A Longitidual Study 2003-04

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Eleni Makris, Northeastern Illinois University, USA Prospective Teacher's Role in Understanding Children's Disabilities

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Room # TBA

Maria Leilani-Carter, Te Wananga o Aotearoa, New Zealand Curriculum Redesigned in the Performing Arts - Te Tohu Maruata

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

John Edwards, Univerisity of Portsmouth, United Kingdom Evaluating Trainee Teachers: What can pupils tell us Overhead Projector Tape Recorder, Data Projector

Silvia Bernice Fajardo Flores, Project Coordinator & Lecturer, Centre for the Production of Educational Resources, University of Colima, Mexico, Kathy Lynch, Senior Lecturer and Julie Fisher, Associate Professor, School of Information Management & Systems, Information Technology, Monash University, Australia Multimedia Applications: Engaging the Learner Reinhold Steinbeck, Director International Programs, Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning, Stanford University, USA Evaluating Cross-Cultural Distance Learning: The Stanford Initiative on Distance Learning - Offering International Security Courses to the Russian Regions

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Room # TBA

C. Vincent Samarco, Saginaw Valley State University, USA Teaching Diversity in the Technologically-Enhanced Creative Writing Classroom

Data Projector

Mya Poe, MIT, USA Race and American Literacy Testing: Using Socially Situated Research to Understand Student Performance on Large Scale Literacy Tests

Data Projector

Tim Lindgren, Boston College, USA Place Literacy as Multimodal Design: Place-Based Writing Pedagogy in a Networked World

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Prof Vítor Reia-Baptista, University of Algarve, Portugal Media Literacy and Media Pedagogy

James Garraway, Academic Developer, Education Development, Peninsula Technikon, South Africa Academic Curriculum Knowledge Production at the Work/Academic Interface'

Data Projector

Dr. Mahzan Arshad, University Malaya, Malaysia Investigating Literacy Involvement of Young Children in Malaysia

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Judy A. Leavell, Associate Professor, Dept of Curriculum and Instruction, Texas State University-San Marcos, USA Becoming a Fluent Spanish Reader: Accelerating Second

Christine A Rogers, Doctorate Student, Department of Sociology, University of Essex. United Kingdom Experiencing 'special' Education: Parenting Children with Learning Difficulties

Dr Daisy F. Tey, Dean, Far Eastern University, Philippines Student Portfolio Development: Challenges & Promises

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Language Acquisition

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Homer (Tony) Stavely, Keene State College, USA Overboard in an Ocean of Data: Literacy in a Mediated World

Overhead Projector

Vivienne Harding, University of the West Indies, Jamaica Keeping Pace with the Changing Workplace: Reengineering the University, Adjusting the Curriculum, and Creating New Learning Paths

Overhead Projector

Eva Yuk-ching LAI, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong A Pilot Study of Integrating Disabled Children into Hong Kong Mainstream Kindergartens: Perceptions of Teachers and Parents of Mainstream Kindergartens without Integrated Programme

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Prof Jock Collins, University of Technology Sydney and Dr Carol Reid, University of Western Sydney, Australia Education and Ethnic Youth Crime in Australia: Schooling for a Cosmopolitan Metropolis

Overhead Projector

Dr Frederick Ebbeck, University of South Australia, Australia The Importance of Culture in the Creative Process

Overhead Projector

Dr Nathan Berg, Green Professor of Economics, School of Social Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas, USA Systematic Inconsistencies in the Measurement of Race/Ethnicity in an Education Context

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Room # TBA

Room # TBA

Room # TBA

Peter Harkness, Swinburne University of Technology, Dr Rebecca Blevins Faery, MIT, USA Australia E-Writing and the Composition Classroom Western Economics is Toxic: Can we learn from the Cubans? Mario E. Castaneda, Pepperdine University, USA Dr. Robert J. Andrews, Georgian Court University, USA Reflective Discourse on Race and Culture, Reconfiguring Leadership Program: Implementing a Curricular-based America's Ethnic Dynamic: The Impact of Latinos High School Leadership Program. A Case Study Outnumbering Assoc Prof Arnetha F. Ball, School of Education, Stanford Alison Meyric Hughes, Programme Director, Department University and of Arts Policy & Management, City University, United Dr Adrienne Dixson, Assist Prof of Middle Grades & Kingdom Social Studies Education, Department of Curriculum and Music Education in the United Kingdom Instruction, North Carolina State University, USA Carriers of the Torch: Addressing the Global Challenge of Preparing Teachers for Diversity 1:30-2:30 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 5D Dr Consuella Lewis, Assistant Professor, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh and Dr Sharon Bailey, President, International Black Women's Congress (IBWC), USA A Salon--Global Challenges: Race, Class and Education in the New Millennium

Overhead Projector

Dr Mayra C. Daniel, Northern Illinois University, USA Revolutionizing Teachers' First Year on the Job Dr. Willie Pearson and Dr. Cheryl Leggon, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Race, Equity, and Opportunity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in the United States Dr. Magda Lewis and Valerie Ashford, Queen's University, Canada The Politics of Adult Literacy: National Interest or Personal Failure?

2:30-3:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 5C cont.

Dr Paul E. Green, University of California, RIverside, USA Education Versus Schooling in Cuba Michael Chalk, Preston/ Reservoir Adult Community Education, Australia Researching English at the Beach: Does Theme-Based Language Learning Work Online?

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Robin Millar and Les Klassen, Centre for Education and Work, Canada Multi-media and Professional Development for Adult Literacy Workers Facilitating Learning and Literacy: Developing a Bilingual DVD

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Prof Susan Cherup, Hope College, USA Integrating Technology into Teacher Education

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Dr. Katherine Richardson Bruna, Iowa State University, USA Got "Academic Language"?: Observing the Cultural Dialogue of English Learner Literacy in California's Professional Development Institutes

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Laine Gurley, Twp.HS Dist 214, USA Concept Mapping: Learn How to Learn

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Dr Francis Timothy Walsh, Teachers College, Columbia University, USA The "Job Filter": A Critical Agent of Change in Teaching

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

David Andrew Grant, Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland A Truly Shared Experience: Adapting Boal's 'Rainbow of Desire' to Engage Young Audiences in Curricular Drama

Dr Hun Ping Rebecca Chueng, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong

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TV/VCR

Learning Academic Concepts through a Movement Activity Programme in a Hong Kong Kindergarten

TV/VCR

Room # TBA

Dr Julie Faulkner, RMIT University, Australia It's Not Just Fun and Games, Teaching You Know: Engagement, Learning and Classroom Practice

Dr Pippa Stein and Dr Denise Newfield, School of Literature and Language Study, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa Multimodal Pedagogies and Inside/Outside School Knowledges in South African Classrooms

GARDEN 3:00-4:00

1:30-2:30 GARDEN SESSION in GROUP 5 with Plenary Speaker AFTERNOON TEA [Afternoon tea will be available for the hour and delegates can help themselves]

3:00-4:30 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

PAPERS, WORKSHOPS, GARDEN SESSIONS and COLLOQUIA GROUP 6 3:00-3:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 6A 3:30-4:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 6B

Monday 28 June 4:00-4:30 (30min sessions) GROUP 6C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Prof Don Collins, Prof Heather Coleman and Assoc Prof Jackie Sieppert, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Canada Evaluation Of University-Level Teaching: What The Research Tells Us

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr Jeffrey Duncan-Andrade, Director, Institute for Democracy, Education & Access, UCLA, USA Critical Media Literacy and Urban Youth

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Prof Anita Seugnet Blignaut, Professor in e-learning, Faculty of Education, University of Pretoria, South Africa Evidence of Faculty Participation in Online Classrooms

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Ioannis Agaliotis and Dr Lefkothea Kartasidou, Department of Educational and Social Policy, University of Macedonia, Greece A Cross Thematic Curriculum Framework and its Contribution to the Education of Children with Profound Mental Retardation: A Preliminary Study

Overhead Projector

Dr Anne Reynolds, Associate Professor, Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum, University of Oklahoma, Dr M. Jayne Fleener, Associate Dean, College of Education, University of Oklahoma and Grayson H. Whetley Florida State University, USA The Making of Intelligence: Poststructural Perspectives of Learning

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Assoc Prof Jackie Sieppert, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary, Canada Using Portfolios to Enhance Critical Thinking in PostSecondary Education

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Consuelo Stebbins, Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Central Florida and Frankie Dovel-Morris, ESOL Instructor, Department of Adult and Migrant Education, Albemarle County Public Schools, USA Developing Literacy Skills by Connecting With Your Community Teaching Literacy Skills through E Mail

Data Projector

Prof Nicola Yelland, Professor of Education, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong Rethinking Numeracy in the Information Age: Creating Contexts for Problem Posing and Problem Solving across the Curriculum

Data Projector

Dr Mike Clear and Dr Frank Hutchinson, University of Western Sydney, Australia The Politics of Disability and Peace: Learning Developments in the University

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Lynette French, Engineers Australia/ Bright P-12 College, Australia EngQuest: Encouraging Student Interest in Technology, Science and Engineering

Data Projector, TV/VCR

Julie Martello, Adjunct lecturer; Doctoral Student, School of Teacher Education, Charles Sturt University, Australia Connecting Literacies:Multimodal and Critical Literacies through Drama in the Early Years of School

TV/VCR, Overhead Projector

Janne Morton, Language and Learning Skills Unit, The University of Melbourne, Australia The Visual and the Verbal in the Assessment of Design

TV/VCR, Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Olusegun Sogunro, Central Connecticut State University, USA No Adult Left Behind: Implications of Enhancing

David Adrian Kay, David Kay Training and Development, Australia Creating Workplace Learning Communities in PNG

David Rose, University of Sydney and Sharon Lesley Galleguilos, Koori Centre, University of Sydney, Australia Teaching Adult Academic Literacy to Aboriginal Students at

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Andragogical Practices in Adult Education

Overhead Projector

Overhead Projector

the Koori Centre, University of Sydney, Australia

Overhead Projector TV/VCR

Room # TBA

Elizabeth Marshall, University of Maryland, USA Transforming Fairy Tales: Representations of girlhood in Francesca Lia Block's "Wolf"

Overhead Projector

Lucia Vardanega, University of Western Sydney, Australia Building Bridges Across Cultures; Making Written Communication Culturally Relevant

Overhead Projector

James Elmborg, The University of Iowa, USA Literacies Large and Small: The Case of Information Literacy

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Kate Hawkey, University of Bath, United Kingdom Assessing Online Discussions Working 'Along the Grain' of Current Technology and Educational Culture

Overhead Projector

Wai Man Leung, School of Early Childhood Education, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong Enhancing Children's Project Work in a Kindergarten with ICT in Hong Kong

Overhead Projector

Katrina Thorpe, Koori Centre, University of Sydney, Australia Indigenous Philosophies and Transformative Pedagogies in University Curricula

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Veda Pendleton McClain, Arkansas State University, USA Stories That Empower, Stories That Transform Examining the Lived Experiences of Classroom Stories

Dr Kenneth Tunnell, Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, Eastern Kentucky University, USA Education and Economics in Southern Appalachia

Room # TBA

Room # TBA

Eric Blancaflor Claravall, Redwood City School District, Dr Fannie Haughton, Spelman College, USA USA, Mary Jane Louise Bolunia and Building a Community of Teachers to Develop an Afro Maria Teresa de Guzman, University of the Philippines Latin American Curriculum Manila, Philippines Teaching Interactive Reading and Writing: An Ethnographic Analysis 3:00-4:00 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 6D Dr Leo R. Sandy, Professor of Education, Department of Education, and Dr Scott Meyer, Department of Social Work, Plymouth State University, USA Beyond Patriotism in the New Millennium: Creating a New Vision for Education

Overhead Projector

Lori A. Norton-Meier, Iowa State University, USA Reading, Writing, and Laughing N'Sync: An Ethnographic Study of Life in an Internet Chat Room with Adolescents as they Explore Popular Culture, Literacy, Power, and being Female Dr Patrick Brown-Beckford, Greater Burlington Multicultural Resource Center, USA The Educational Value of a Community Multicultural Resource Center

4:00-4:30 (30min sessions) GROUP 6C cont.

Prof Marjory Ebbeck, University of South Australia, Australia Mentoring in the Arts: Supporting Teachers to become Researchers

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA Room # TBA

Janette Vervoorn and Rita van Haren, Youth and Family Services, ACT Department of Education, Australia MyRead: Strategies for Teaching Reading in the Middle Years

Data Projector

Stella Lam, IED, Hong Kong The Creative Music Curriculum for Pre-Primary School

Data Projector

Dr Roberto Bahruth, Boise State University, USA Critical Literacy versus Reading Programs in the United States: Schooling as a Form of Control

Dr Norbert Pachler and Caroline Daly, Institute of Education, University of London, United Kingdom Professional Teacher Learning in Virtual Environments: Myth or Reality?

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Lennie Scott-Webber, Ryerson University, Canada Physical Environments Impact Learning and How We Share Knowledge

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Barbara Hardaway, Gallaudet University, USA A Deaf Community's Tribute to Langston Hughes of the Harlem Renaissance

TV/VCR

Val Williams, Deputy Team Leader, Ethnic Minority Achievement Service, Portsmouth Local Education Authority and John Edwards, Univerisity of Portsmouth, United Kingdom Anatoliy Medvedev, Director, Independent Pre-school Education Center, Uzbekistan Methods of Implementation and Adaptation of Modern Technologies in Elementary Education in Young Independent Republic

Overhead Projector

GARDEN 3:00-4:30 Room # TBA

3:00-4:00 GARDEN SESSION GROUP 6 with Plenary Speaker COLLOQUIUM (90 min session) GROUP 6E

Prof. Rebecca J. Alm, Director, Distance Learning, Kathleen M. Heideman, Developer, MCAD Distance Learning, Dr Patricia Briggs, Nathaniel Stern, Adjunct Professor, MCAD

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Distance Learning, Justin Heideman, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, USA Learning Art Online:Critique, Interaction and Interface

Data Projector

4:30-5:30 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

PAPERS and WORKSHOPS 4:30-5:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 7A

GROUP 7

5:00-5:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 7B

Monday 28 June

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Anita Hernandez, California Polytechnic State University, USA Quality Professional Development for Teachers of Second Language Learners Claire Allam and Prof Michael Hattaway, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom Teaching Shakespeare through film-making at the University of Sheffield

Data Projector TV/VCR

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Prof. Jerry Wellington, University of Wellington, New Zealand Has Ict Come Of Age? Recurring Debates On The Role Of Ict In Education Dr Terry Brown, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, USA Using Film to Internationalize the Post-secondary Undergraduate Curriculum

TV/VCR

Room # TBA

Kathleen Offenholley, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, Brookdale Community College, USA Cooperation and Communication in Online Mathematics Courses

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

Paul A. Howard-Jones, Jennifer Bomford, University of Bristol,and Richard Joiner, University of Bath, United Kingdom Computer-mediated Problem-solving in Social and Scientific Contexts

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Joan M Lescinski, President and Professor of English, President's Office, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, USA Gladly Would They Learn, and Gladly Teach: Distance Learning for Adult Prospective Teachers

Data Projector

Jane Perry, RMIT University, Australia The Power of Context: Exploring the Dynamics of Change in a Chinese Educational Reform Project

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Kathy Morris, Sonoma State University, USA "Chocolate & Peppermints," "Science Journal," and lots of "Goodies" but not enough Time to Talk: Elementary Teachers' Opportunities for Learning through School-based Professional Development

Overhead Projector

Dr Ilona Leki, Professor, Department of English, University of Tennessee, USA Moving Inside: Socioacademic Relationships and Institutional Literacy Demands in the Transformation of Social and Literate Identities

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Mary Jae Paul, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Instructional Development as "Community" Programming:Using Activity Theory to Examine Departmental Culture

Overhead Projector

Jacqueline Darvin, Nassau BOCES, USA Are We Being Taught to Punch the Clock?: Politics and Situated Literacy in One Vocational High School

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Giselle Martins dos Santos Ferreira, The Open University, United Kingdom Theory, Practice and the In-between: Some thoughts Concerning Music, Technology and Education

Overhead Projector

Dr Marta I. Cruz-Janzen, Associate Professor, Florida Atlantic University and Dr Marilyn J. Taylor, Dean of Education, University of Alaska Southeast and Joslyn K Owens, Denver Pulic Schools, USA Impact of Multicultural Curriculum, Content, and Instruction: Assessment of a Preservice Program Through Teacher Candidates' Eyes

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Theresa Rogers, University of British Columbia, Canada Things Thicker Than Words: Integrating Multi-Media Into Curriculum For Struggling Youth

Prof. Nancy Nelson, Louisiana State University, USA Literacy: Beyond the Commonplaces

4:30-5:30WORKSHOPS GROUP 7C

Room # TBA Room # TBA Prof Terrence Ross, Visiting Artist, Communications Department, Adelphi University, USA Media Empowerment via the Best and the Worst: A Dialectic Approach to Teaching Media Literacy to our Children

Overhead Projector

Monday 28 June

Jean Sutton, Aspen Research, USA Lecture Maker: Effective and Efficient Knowledge Transfer Via Online Multimedia Delivery

Data Projector

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Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

Jeanne A. Cameron and Cornelia B. Rea, Tompkins Cortland Community College, USA Contested Aims of Assessment in the U.S. Context: Capitalist Accountability or Critical Pedagogy

Overhead Projector

Lila Pine, Program Director, School of Image Arts, Ryerson University, Canada From a Pedagogy of Discovery to a Pedagogy of Invention

Data Projector

Lynn Sheinkin and Prof Christina Pratt, Social Work Program, Faculty in Social Sciences, Dominican College and City University of New York, USA Gender Equity in Schools

5:30-6:30 Room # TBA

ROUND TABLE SESSIONS 3 & 4 ROUND TABLE SESSION - 3 Topic - Society, Culture and Learning

Prof Pippa Stein, School of Language & Literature Studies, University of Witwatersand, South Africa

Monday 28 June

5:30-6:30 Room # TBA

Denise Newfield ROUND TABLE SESSION - 4 Topic - Popular and Participatory Education ­ Convenor- Mario Bello (ICCP)

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Tuesday 29th June

7:45 8:00-10:30 10:30-11:00 11:00-12:30 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT WILL BE OPEN FROM 7:30 AM Meet at Conference Venue for Transfer to Local Schools Buses will depart for School Visits MORNING TEA PAPERS, WORKSHOPS, GARDEN SESSIONS and COLLOQUIA GROUP 8 11:00-11:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 8A 11:30-12:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 8B

Tuesday 29 June 12:00-12:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 8C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Tamara M. Johnson, Director, Environmental Assistance Office, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA Education Through Diversity: A South African Experience

Overhead Projector Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Harold Beck, City of Melbourne, Australia City Experience: Engaging Students: Innovative City Classroom Programs in the City of Melbourne

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr. Karen Chantrey Wood, Course Director, Faculty of Education, University of Central England, United Kingdom Learning to Teach - Learning to Value: An Example of Citizenship Education in Initial Teacher Training

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Ernest O'Neil, New Horizons for Primary Schools, Jamaica Technology in Support of Literacy and Numeracy in Jamaican Primary Schools

Data Projector

Qing Li and Kelly Edmonds, University of Calgary, Canada At-Risk Learners, Technology, and Mathematics: The Effects and the Guidelines for Design

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Keisha Ferguson, The University of Michigan, USA Appraising Validity Log Data

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Margaret Durham, Head Teacher, Business Services, Northern Sydney Institute, TAFENSW and Ray Durham, School of International Business, University of NewSouth Wales, Australia AusAID/TAFEGLOBAL Vocational Training in the Kingdom of Tonga: Some Observations and Case Studies

Overhead Projector

Paul Kalfadellis, Monash University, Australia A Multidisciplinary Approach to Teaching Cross-cultural Communication and Management

Overhead Projector

Dr Barry Lex McDonald, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Effective In-Service Training: Empowering Teachers To Change

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Judy A. Leavell, Associate Professor, Dept of Curriculum and Instruction, Texas State University-San Marcos and Elizabeth L. Woodward, Librarian, The Woodlands High School, USA Student On-line Research: Changes From High School to University

Overhead Projector

Dr Lesley Ljungdahl, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Technology Sydney, Australia Cultural Encounters in the People's Republic of China: Learning Beyond the Classroom

Overhead Projector

Meg Morgan, English Department, UNC Charlotte, USA International Technical Communication: New Questions for a New Time

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Cecilia Jacobs, Faculty Language Co-ordinator, Faculty of Engineering, Peninsula Technikon, South Africa Creating Discursive Spaces: The Integration of Academic Literacies within Subject Areas

Overhead Projector

Doris Pui wah Cheng, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong Novice and Expert-a Matter of Teaching Experience? Professional I of Teachers

Overhead Projector

Jessica Pérez-Monforti, Mercer University, USA Valley of Indecision: Using Experimental Research to Choose Introduction to American Government Textbooks

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Trevor Tyson, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia Stepping Stones for a Care-ful Approach to Groupwork

Overhead Projector

Medhat Endrawes, College of Law & Business, University of Western Sydney, Australia The Relationship Between the Self and the Students' Performance: A Culture Perspective

Overhead Projector

Ros Ollin, Principal Lecturer, School of Education & Prefessional Development, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom Silence, Meanings and Learning: Teachers' Constructs of Silence and a Different Discourse of Practice in Teaching and Learning

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Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Room # TBA

Room # TBA

Sharon Lesley Galleguilos, Koori Centre, University of Sydney, Australia Career Development for Indigenous Students in Australian Universities: Personal and Professional Resilience for the Future Tsunehiko Nawano, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia The Evolution of Wa (Group Harmony) in Japanese Society and the Nature of Work: Crisis or Transformation in a Globalised Economy: Implications for Educators and Management Practitioners Dr Orna Lavi Steiner, Ort Braude Academic College, Israel e-Learning in High Education

John Matthew Gordon, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom Multimodality and Learning with Poetry Kevin Boyle, Elon University, USA Poetic Literacy: Creating Lifelong Learners and Writers

Julie Gerstman, Swinburne University of Tecnology, Australia Applying a Complex Adaptive System and Weak Signals to Economics Teaching Dr Vicki Crowley, University of South Australia Bodies, Embodiment and Gender Binaries: Intersex and the Question of Education

TV/VCR

James E. Seitz, University of Pittsburgh, USA Only Connect: Building Bridges between Secondary and Post-Secondary Literacy Learning

11:00-12:00 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 8D

Room # TBA Prof Kim H. Song, Assistant Professor, College of Education and Jacklyn Lewis-Harris, Director , College of Education, University of Missouri - St. Louis, USA Multicultural Education Techniques: Social Studies Methods Course

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Dr Ove Sandell, Associate Professor, Department of Health and Social Services, University College of Oestfold, Norway Learning as Acquisition or Learning as Participation?: Introduction and Background 12:00-12:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 8C cont. Dr. David Agnew, Associate Professor, College of Agriculture and Dr Mark McJunkin, Arkansas State University, USA The Evolution of Agricultural Literacy Impact on the Environment and Student Learning

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Bernie Oliver, Virginia Beach City Public Schools, Eileen Oliver, Elizabeth City State University, USA and Lex Bowden, Victoria Point State School and Caroline Hull, Warrigal Road State School, Australia The Paradox of Learning: Hey it's the Environment Stupid

Overhead Projector

Miguel M. Licona, University of Texas at El Paso, USA Deconstructing Oppressor Ideology in Teacher Preparation

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Prof Christina Pratt, Social Work Program, Faculty in Social Sciences, Dominican College and City University of New York, USA Creating Environments for Gender Equity: A School Based Model for Transformation Katrin Rabanus, Founder, Lernstation Hasenschule, Oelbergkinder e.V, Germany Reading from the Scratch with Fingers: Success Warranted in 70 hours: An International Reading Method by Show of Hands

Data Projector

Dr Keith Gilbert, Deakin University, Australia Extending Academic Discourse in the University Context: Listening to Student's other Lives

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Panagiotes S Anastasiades, Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Crete. Greece From the Conventional Classroom to the New Hybrid Learning Environment: Steps and Methodology

Data Projector

Room # TBA Room # TBA

Maggie McPherson and Miguel Baptista Nunes, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom Developing Innovation in eLearning

Overhead Projector

Bronwyn T. Williams, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Louisville and Amy A. Zenger, University of New Hampshire, USA Written on the Screen: Representations of Literacy in Popular Culture

Data Projector, TV/VCR

Mohamad Ibrani Shahrimin, Mohd. Sharani Ahmad and Zainal Abidin Madon, University Putra of Malaysia, Malaysia Collaboratively-enabled Software Program as An Assistive Technology in Early Childhood Classroom: A Pilot Study

Overhead Projector, TV/VCR, Data Projector

GARDEN Room # TBA

11:30-12:30 GARDEN SESSION in GROUP 8 with Plenary Speaker - TBA 11:00-12:30 COLLOQUIUM (90 min session) GROUP 8E

Dr. Anthony Rigazio-Digilio, Dr. Carol Carter-Lowery, Dr. Penelope Lisi, Dr. Helen Abadiano, Dr. Olusegun Sogunro Central Connecticut State University and Cecile Walden, Sam Sharpe Teachers' College, Montego Bay, Jamaica, WI, USA

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Internationalizing Leadership Education in the Caribbean: Critical Reflection on Central Connecticut State University's Experience in Jamaica: International, Global, Multicultural and Cross-cultural Education

Overhead Projector TV/VCR

12:30-1:30

LUNCH

1:30-3:00 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

PAPERS, WORKSHOPS, GARDEN SESSIONS and COLLOQUIA GROUP 9 1:30-2:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 9A 2:00-2:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 9B

Tuesday 29 June 2:30-3:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 9C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Assoc Prof John Carroll, School of Communication, Charles Sturt University, Australia Digital Natives and Virtual Literacy: Process Drama and On-Line Learning

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr. Mhairi (Vi) Maeers, Director of the Centre for Academic Technologies, Faculty of Education, University of Regina, Canada The I-TeacherEd Project: An Action Research Project on the Integration of Technology into a Teacher Education Program

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr Roberta Devlin-Scherer, Seton Hall University, USA Eportfolios: Preservice Teacher Uses: Eportfolios in Practice

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Room # TBA

Marlene Brooks, Research Officer, Distance Learning Division, Centre for Continuing Education, University of Regina, Canada Action Research for Technology Enhanced Learning: Faculty and Learner Experiences and Perspectives

Overhead Projector

Marina Stefania Giannakaki, NRDC, Institute of Education, University of London, United Kingdom Using Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods to Examine Teachers' Attitudes to Educational Change: The Case of the Skills for Life Strategy for Improving Adult Literacy and Numeracy Skills in England

Overhead Projector

Dr. Robert H. Beach and Dr. Ronald A. Lindahl, Alabama State University, USA Leading Planned Change in Schools

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Anne Wilks, RMIT University, Australia Thinkers and Doers: The Impact of Different Approaches to Teaching

Overhead Projector

Barbara Chancellor, RMIT University, Australia Transforming School Playgrounds to Sites of Learning: Training Teachers in the Importance of Outdoor Play for Optimal Child Development

Overhead Projector

Prof Alan Reid, University of South Australia, Australia Rethinking the Official Curriculum

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. John M. Peters, University of Tennessee, USA Action Research: A Model and Examples

Overhead Projector

Dr. Michael Kehler, Assistant Professor and Christopher Greig, Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario, Canada The Literate Selves: Reading or Misreading the Textuality of High School Boys

Overhead Projector

Dr Gwen Sands, Principal, Primary Campus, Pomona State School, Australia Achieving Sustainable Outcomes Through Organisational Learning: A System Approach to Building School Capacity

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Barbara Cozza, Associate Professor, Education Department, University of Scranton and Dr. John R. Williams, Superintendent of Schools, Scranton School District, USA Educational Leadership and Management: How to Create Institutional change through School-University Partnership - A Professional Development Model

Overhead Projector

Dr Tim Hobbs, University of Scranton, Dr Otar Gerzmava, National Health Management Center, Ysonde Gomez-Hobbs, University of Scranton, Dr Debra Eville-Lo, University of Scranton, USA The Georgian-American Exchange: A Model for Promoting Inclusive Education in Post-soviet Society

Overhead Projector

W.G.Jones, Waikato School of Management, University of Waikato, New Zealand Learning and `Unlearning' in a Turbulent Educational Environment: Insights from a Collaborative Team-Based Management Development Project

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Josh Geller and Dr Leanne R. Ketterlin-Geller, University of Oregon, USA Influence of Case-Based Instruction on Pre-Service

Prof. Cedric Cullingford, Head of Research, Research, School of Education & Professional Development, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom

Harriett Romo, The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA Early Literacy Learning among Mexican Origin Children:

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Teachers' Decision-Making Skills Room # TBA

Room # TBA

Dr Veronica Brady, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Department of English, Communications and Cultural Studies, University of Western Australia, Australia Ou Sont Les Nieges D'Antan 1:30-2:30 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 9D Peter Burkholder, University of Wisconsin-Stout, USA The Internet Colleague Finder Database (ICFDb)

Data Projector

Learning or Being Taught?: Children's Minds and Educational Policy Dr Sikivu Hutchinson, Women's Leadership Project. USA Speaking Truth to Power: Feminist Pedagogy and Youth Advocacy in South Los Angeles

The Social Construction of Meaning in PreSchool Classrooms Delia Poey, Florida State University, USA Coyotes in the Classroom: Incorporating Latino Literature in College Curricula

2:30-3:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 9C cont.

Dr. Jace Hargis, and Dr Gordon Rakita University of North Florida, USA The More We Change, the More We Remain the Same: A Synchronous/Asynchronous discourse on Teaching, Learning and Technology Models

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Felicity Jane Rash, Reader, School of Modern Languages and Dr. Kirsteen Anderson, Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom Thinking Writing in the Humanities

Overhead Projector

Jeanine Leane, Academic Coordinator, Ngwawal Centre, University of Canberra, Australia Teaching Aboriginal Values Indigenous Worldviews: My Values /Your Problems

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Wayne Prescott, Teacher, Business Department, Litchfield High School, USA Around the World without Leaving the Classroom

Data Projector

Dr. Joan B. Parris, University of North Alabama, USA Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: "My E-Mentor Told Me So!"

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Patricia E. Gillie, New Trier Township High School District 203 and Dr. Janine Steffen, Hampshire High School, USA Reading Strategies for Second Language Learners: Academic Reading

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Dr Marilyn J. Taylor, Dean of Education, University of Alaska Southeast/Juneau and Dr Marta Cruz-Jansen, Center for Teacher Education, Florida Atlantic University, USA Hitting the Ground Running: Why Introductory Teacher Education Courses should deal with Multiculturalism

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Julee A. Russell and Kay Kringlie, Valley City State University, USA Digital Video: Assessment in Language in Literature

Data Projector

Slavka Tzanova, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria Internet-based Performance Support System with Educational Elements

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Olevia Susan Frusher, Northeastern State University andMichael Wayne Jackson, Oklahoma City University, USA Identity Origins of Indigenous People: Learning in the Cultural Environment: Integration of Research-Based Course Content with a Field Trip to Historic Mound Builder Cultures in the southern United States

TV/VCR, Data Projector

Room # TBA

David Brandstein, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA Modeling and Embracing Successful Diversity Strategies in Higher Education: Recruiting and Retaining Indigenous and Other Underrepresented Students

Denice Goodrich Liley, Boise State University, USA Living in the Moment: Workshop Approach to End of Life Education: Linking University Students, Families, and Communities Dr Maxine Ruvinsky, Assistant Professor of Journalism, School of Journalism, University College of the Cariboo, Canada Media Convergence and the Canadian Journalism School: Social Conscience in the Age of Information

GARDEN Room # TBA 3:00-3:30

2:00-3:00 GARDEN SESSION in GROUP 9 with Plenary Speaker - TBA 1:30-3:00 COLLOQUIUM (90 min session) GROUP 9E

Tuesday 29 June

Prof George Bieger, Professor of Education, Professional Studies in Education Department, Dennis Ausel, Dr Monte Tidwell, Dr Alphonse Novels, Associate Dean, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA Learning About Other Cultures: Preparing Teachers for a Multicultural World

AFTERNOON TEA

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3:30-5:30

PLENARY SESSION - FOUR - Prof Kris Guiterrez, University of California, Los Angeles, USA - Dr Nidia Gonzales, Institute of Philosophy, Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment, Cuba - Prof Luis Salas, Environmental Education Specialist, Universidad de Cantabria, Spain

Tuesday 29 June

CONFERENCE DINNER at 8:00pm

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Wednesday 30th June

9:00-10:30 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT WILL BE OPEN FROM 8:30am PAPERS, WORKSHOPS, GARDEN SESSIONS and COLLOQUIA GROUP 10 9:00-9:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 10A 9:30-10:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 10B

Wednesday 30 June 10:00-10:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 10C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Prof Nicola Yelland, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, Assoc Prof. Susan Hill, University of South Australia and Gerry Mulhearn, Dept of Education and Community Services, Australia Children of the New Millennium

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr Andrea Bartlett, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum Studies, University of Hawai'I at Manoa USA Using Electronic Portfolios to Prepare Preservice Teachers to Implement Technology: An Update

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Rayfield A. Waller, Barry University, USA Reinventing the Word: Post-Literacy America, and the Misconceptions of `Knowledge Economy' Pedagogy

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Victor Thiessen, Dalhousie University, USA Can School-based Access to Information and Computer Technology (ICT) Diminish Gender and Social Class Digital Divides?

Data Projector

Lois Breedlove, Central Washington University, USA Empowerment Pedagogy: Using Media-making to Empower Students of Marginalized Groups

Data Projector

Dr Anna M. Quirk, IPSE inc., USA Meaning and The Good Life: Reconfiguring the Role of Education in Indigenous Cultural Contexts

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Debra Eville-Lo, University of Scranton, Gloria Beltran-Perez MA, UNIVA, Mexico, Dr Tim Hobbs and Ching Lo, University of Scranton, USA Crossing Borders: Preparing Teachers for a HispanicAmerican Future

Overhead Projector

Diane Hui, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Education, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Washington University in St Louis, USA The Role of Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) in Teacher Learning Discourse

Overhead Projector

Dr. Annabelle L. Nelson, Fielding Graduate Institute, The WHEEL Council, Inc., USA Multicultural Model of HIV Prevention for Youth

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Lily Dyson, University of Victoria, Canada Learning to Teach and Teaching Teachers: Consonance and Dissonance between Pre-service and In-service Teachers about Practicum

Overhead Projector

Ana Luisa Matias, Departamento de Psicologia e Ciências da Educação, Instituto Politécnico da Guarda - Escola, Portugal College students writing Problems

Overhead Projector

Dr Rima D Apple, School of Human Ecology & the Women's Studies Program, University of Wisconsin, USA Liberation or Domesticity?: The Struggle over Women's Education in the 20th Century Dr Fethi Mansouri, Senior Lecturer, School of Social & International Studies, Deakin University, Australia Race, Identity and Education Achievements of ArabAustralian Students

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Fiona J. Doloughan, University of Surrey, United Kingdom Reading Images, Telling Tales: Meaning-making and the Culture of Narrativity

Overhead Projector

Barbara Ann Matthews, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Language & Languages, Auckland College of Education, New Zealand The Construction of Identity: The Influence of Picture Books and Story Telling: An Examination of the Influence of Oral and Written Texts on the Development of Identity

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dahlina Daut Mohmud, Cranfield University, UK The KaryaNet; Malaysia's EBook Portal: The Development of Knowledge Online Dahlina Daut Mohmud, Cranfield University, UK The KaryaNet; Malaysia's EBook Portal: The Development of Knowledge Online

Room # TBA

Dr Bonita B. Barger, College of Business, Tennessee Technologies University, USA The Group Communication Processes and a Leadership Library David Needham, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, The Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom Breaking out from the Straitjacket; an Appreciation of the Art of Teaching in a Business Classroom within a ScientificallyBased Teaching Environment

Marnetta Shetler-Bradford, Hanover Family Pracitce and Ysonde Gomez-Hobbs, University of Scranton, USA Challenges and Strategies of Health Education for NonLiterate Populations Dr Orest Cap, University of Manitoba, USA Quest for Quality Teacher Preparation:The Manitoba Experience

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9:00-10:00 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 10D

Room # TBA Dr Mark McJunkin and Dr. David Agnew, Associate Professor, College of Agriculture, Arkansas State University, USA Food Land and People: Resource for Agricultural and Environmental Education

Data Projector

10-10:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 10C cont.

Dr Fay Smith, Lecturer, School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, United Kingdom Differences in Interaction within Primary Lessons: Subject Area and Gender Comparisons

Data Projector

Room # TBA

James (Rusty) Henderson, Darlington County School District, USA Digital Portfolios: The Great Motivator

Data Projector

Dr. Elizabeth Ann Murphy, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada Issues in Broadband-Supported Learning: Synchronous Communication, Accessibility, Independence

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Mana Forbes, Te Wananga o Aotearoa, New Zealand Fresh Approach to Teacher Education: Ancestral Value Systems

Data Projector

Dr Simon Adetona Akindes, UW-Parkside, USA Electronic Portfolios Exploring the Frontier Between Learning, Critical Thinking and Self-promotion

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Prof Andrew Jakubowicz, University of Technology Sydney, Australia Using Multimedia to address issues of Cultural Difference: The Making Multicultural Australia Website

Data Projector

Ray Cafolla, Florida Atlantic University, USA Developing Web-based Applications: The Macromedia Approach

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Julie Woodlock, Barrier Reef Institute of TAFE, Australia Shaping New Practices

Overhead Projector

Dr. Stephanie Evans, California State University, Los Angeles, USA "African American Dialects and Schooling: A Review of Vernacular Black English

Overhead Projector

GARDEN Room # TBA 10:00-11:00

9:00-10:00 GARDEN SESSION in GROUP 10 with Plenary Speaker - TBA 9:00-10:30 COLLOQUIUM (90 min session) GROUP 10E

Chrisanne LaHue, Valeri Kershaw, Nicole Saab, Trish Harder, Kristin Waters, Denver Public Schools, USA Implementing Denver Public School's Literacy Studio Course at Morey Middle School: Education Reform in Action

MORNING TEA [Morning tea will be available for the hour and delegates can help themselves during sessions]

10:30-12:00 Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

PAPERS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA 10:30-11:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 11A

GROUP 11

11:00-11:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 11B

Wednesday 30 June 11:30-12:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 11C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Barbara Lynn Smith, Doctoral Student, St. Thomas University, USA The Role of Popular Education in Educational Reform

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr Thomas Grant Griffiths, Senior Research Associate, School of Education, University of Newcastle, Australia Educating 'Good Socialist Citizens' in the post-Soviet, Capitalist World-system: Reporting on a Survey of Cuban youth in the Special Period

Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Joe Perry, Lecturer in Aboriginal Studies, Wollutuka, University of Newcastle, Australia Learning through Indigenous Identity

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Gail A. Cueto, Associate Professor of Education, Department of Teacher Education, Central Connecticut State University, USA Working with diverse Student Populations: Examining

Barbara Sinclair, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Designing e-Learning to Support Teacher Autonomy: The Teacher as Independent Learner

Arda Culpan, RMIT University, Australia Information Communication Technology in Visual Art Education: Attributes and Limitations of Information Communication Technology in the Context of Visual Art

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Teacher Candidates' Multicultural Efficacy

Data Projector, Overhead Projector

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Education

Overhead Projector, Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr.Darra Pace and Dr.Diane Schwartz, School of Education and Allied Human Services, Hofstra University, USA Redesigning Teacher Preparation for a Changing World: Moving from a Segregated to an Inclusive Model of Schooling

Data Projector

Lyn Alderman, University of Newcastle, Australia Dumbing It Down: Where do standards fit?

Data Projector

Roland Cheo Kim San, Monash University, Australia How Published Ranking Knowledge Affects Educational Institutions' Efficiency: An Empirical Study of Singapore Secondary Schools

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Paul D. Boin, University of Windsor, Canada Towards 21st Century Media Literacy and Development: The Information Quality Continuum (IQC) as a Conceptual Tool for an Informed and Democratic Society

Overhead Projector

Qinjuan (Jane) Zhang, Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, Australia Education for Personal Transformation: A Reflection on Teaching Indigenous Students

Overhead Projector

Ian McGrath, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Designing e-learning in Support of Teacher Autonomy: Towards Self-directed Professional Development Robert Barr, William Parrett and Scott Willison, Boise State University, USA Defining Achievement for the Nation's Impoverished Youth: Proven Educational Programs and Practices for Effectively Teaching the Children of Poverty Dr Leanne R. Ketterlin-Geller and Josh Geller, University of Oregon, USA How to Leave No Child Behind: Universal Design for Instruction and Assessment 11:30-12:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 11C cont. Dr Marketta Laurila, Tennessee Technological University, USA On-Line Language Testing: Challenges and Opportunities

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Hans Smits, Faculty of Education, University of Calgary, Canada Listening to Students, Learning about Teaching

Overhead Projector

Dr Deslea Konza, Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong, Australia Understanding and Teaching Students with Asperger's Syndrome as Individuals

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

James G. Coe, Taylor University, USA Investigating the Environment of Conation from the Perspective of the Autonomous Learner

Overhead Projector

Ben Bishin, University of Miami, USA Representation in Real Time: Subconstituency Politics and Issue Positioning in Senate Campaigns

Overhead Projector

10:30-11:30 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 11D

Room # TBA Elizabeth N. Cooper, Faculty of Education, University of Regina, Canada Anti-Racist Teacher Education: Relationship, Responsibility, Reverance, Respect, Developing Critical Student Leadership

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Prof Ruth Needleman, Division of Labor Studies, Indiana University Northwest, Charlie Brooks, United Steelworkers of America, USA Building Learning Communities for Social Action: Swingshift College, A Model for Social Justice Education and Citizenship

TV/VCR

Dr Thomas Hergert, St. Cloud State University, USA Multi-camera Vide o in an Action Research Project on Teaching Critical Literacy

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA Room # TBA

Nancy A. Chicola, Barbara J. Smith and Rosemary Leibowitz, Buffalo State College, USA Using Visual Arts to Enhance Children's Understanding of Social Studies

Data Projector

Dr Paula Boxie, Miami University, USA Integrating Technology in a Reading Methods Course

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Beverly Bickel, University of Maryland and David Truscello, Community College of Baltimore County, USA Beyond "Brown vs. Board" and the Blockade: Dialogue across Social Knowledge Networks

Overhead Projector

Dr Liz Todd, Director of Educational Psychology, School of Education Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, United Kingdom Extended Schools: Benefits, Barriers and Outcomes

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Prof Patrick M. Scanlon, Professor, Department of Communication, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA Student Internet Plagiarism: An Overview of the Problem and a Discussion of Solutions

Data Projector

Dr. Christa de Kleine, College of Notre Dame, USA Enhancing Teacher Education Programs Through International Online Collaboration

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Shelley Wyant, Bard College, USA A Workshop in the Artistry of Education

12:00-1:30

PAPERS, WORKSHOPS and COLLOQUIA

GROUP 12

Wednesday 30 June

22

12:00-12:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 12A

Room # TBA Room # TBA Room # TBA

12:30-1:00 (30 min sessions) GROUP 12B

1:00-1:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 12C

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Julio Cammarota, The University of Arizona and Augustine Romero, Tucson Unified School District, USA A Critically Compassionate Intellectualism for Latina/o Students: Raising Voices Above the Din of Oppression

TV/VCR, Data Projector

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Asst Prof Carmen L. Robertson, First Nations University of Canada, Canada The Reel Norval Morrisseau: What does the National Film Board of Canada's Paradox of Norval Morrisseau Teach Us?

TV/VCR

CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION CUBAN & LATIN AMERICAN SESSION

Dr. Roberta J. Herter, California Polytechnic State University, Camelia Ortiz, Rosaria Aronie and Tino Aleman, Mary Buren School, USA A Literacy Casebook: One School's Approach to Teacher Professional Development

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Cheri Williams, Indigenous Academic Support Lecturer, School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Charles Darwin University, Australia Improving Cultural Safety Through Institutional Change: A Challenge for Indigenous Academics in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Data Projector

Dr Regine Hampel, The Open University, United Kingdom New Online learning Spaces: Task Design for Language Learning

Data Projector

Dr Chima Uko Igwe, Chair, Education Division, Philander Smith College, USA Information Technology As The Greatest Empowerment Tool Ever

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Ramlee Mustapha and Dr. Subahan Mohd Meerah, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia The Impact of Globalization on Curriculum: Needs Analysis for New Curriculum for Science Education in Malaysia

Overhead Projector

Dr Gido Mapunda, Lecturer in Management, School of International Business, UNISA, Australia 'O' Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Capacity Building and the Role of Education in Personal and Social Transformation in Developing Countries: An Argument for a Grounded Theory Model?

Overhead Projector

Dr. Wayne Nesbit and Dr. David Philpott, Memorial Univerity of Newfoundland, Canada FAS/E Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in Canada's Aboriginal Communities: Implications for Education and Learning

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Erin A. Mikulec, Purdue University, USA Reading in Spanish and English: A Comparative Miscue Analysis of First and Foreign Languages

Overhead Projector

Dr Rahat Naqvi, Second Language Institute, University of Ottawa, Canada The Role of Family in the Construction of Literacy Practices

Overhead Projector

Dr Judith Y. Singer, Professor Early Childhood Education, Teaching and Learning, Long Island University, USA Using Intercollegiate Response Groups to Help Teacher Education Students Bridge Differences of Race, Ethnicity, Sexual Orientation: Exploring Multiple Literacies

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Room # TBA

Room # TBA Room # TBA

Morris T. Liang and Shengyung Huang, National Dr Heather Ryan, Assistant Professor, Department Head, Changhua U. of Education, Taiwan Department of Educational Psychology, University of Relationships between Student's Learning Strategy and Regina, Canada Learning Satisfaction in Vocational Industrial High Avoiding Social Isolation in On-line Courses School in Taiwan David Jay Steiner, Curriculum and Social Inquiry, National-Louis University, USA Media Making as a Tool of Conscientizacao in the Israeli­Palestinian Conflict 12:00-1:00 WORKSHOPS (60 min sessions) GROUP 12D Diem Nguyen, Jennifer Lindsey, Caryn Park, Chris Ward and Anne Reece, University of Washington, USA Critical Perspectives on Teacher and Learner Identity Formation in the Context of Globalization Dr Ali Borjian, San Francisco State University, USA A New Approach in Meeting the Needs of Latinos in American Schools: Students' Views on Attending a Redesigned Small High School

Data Projector

Dr. Cima Sedigh, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Sacred Heart University, USA Teacher Preparation and the Nomadic Life Stye of the "Bakhtiari Tribe" of Iran

Slide Projector, Overhead Projector

Dr Irina Mitina, Teachers Training University, Russia Universal Set of Cultures and the Educational Policy

1:00-1:30 (30 min sessions) GROUP 12C cont.

Prof John Duffy, Department of English, University of Notre Dame, USA "Primitives" and Pencils: The Social Construct of Preliteracy Dr Margaret Lindley, University of Tasmania, Australia Black and White Armbands: The War Over Australian History

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Room # TBA

Denny Taylor and Bobbie Kabuto, Hofstra University, USA Paradigms, Metatheories and the Politics of Teaching Young Children to Read

Overhead Projector Data Projector

Dr Wan Ng, School of Educational Studies, La Trobe University, Australia Web-based Technologies for Learning

Data Projector

Room # TBA

Dr. Valerie Kinloch, Mary E. Sefranek and Mary Alexandra Rojas, Doctoral Student, Teachers College, Columbia University, USA When Push Comes To Shove: Disturbing the Word in Urban Literacy Classrooms John Nkemnji and Dr Joseph Guenther, Assistant Professor, School of Education, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, University of Wisconsin, USA Technology for Sustainable Development and Health Literacy in Developing Nations

Jackie Seidel, University of New Brunswick Saint John, Canada Ecological Urgencies: Meditations on Language and Time

Overhead Projector

Room # TBA

Dr Heike Deckert-Peaceman, Pädagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg/Stuttgart,Germany Doing Age and the Ritual Celebration of Children's Birthdays: The Relationship between Social Construction and Leiblichkeit and its Meaning for Cultural Learning

1:30-2:30

LUNCH

2:30-4:00

4:00-4:15

PLENARY SESSION - FIVE - Maribel Galves, Chile - Dr Carlos Ruiz - Raul Pizzaro, UNESCO, Regional Office for Latin American and the Caribbean AFTERNOON TEA

Wednesday 30 June

4:15-6:00

CONCLUDING DISCUSSION AND CLOSING CEREMONY - Minister of Education [2] - Closing Performance

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