Education in the Americas: Knowledges and Perspectives (Day 2 of 2)

Wednesday 01 June, 2016
9am - 2:30pm, $0/Rsvp

Columbia University, Teachers College
525 West 120 Street

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Education in the Americas: Knowledges and Perspectives (EAKP) is a 2 day conference hosted at Teachers College, Columbia University. The goal of the conference is to introduce graduate students, faculty, and other educators in the New York area to different ways of thinking and engaging with politics in education.

This conference aims to focus on the unique contributions that scholars working in and on Latin America can provide. 

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

*At least one presentation in this panel will be held in Spanish

​​**Panelist will present in Spanish â€‹

​9:00am-10:20am

PANEL 1

Title: Maestra: A Documentary on Cuba's National Literacy Campaign

Location: Horace Mann 150

Panelists: Norma Guillard

Discussant: Regina Cortina

PANEL 2

Title: John Dewey, Mexican Rural Schools, and the Creation of a Mexican Identity

Location: Horace Mann 152

Panelists: Ana Cecilia Galindo Diego, Mónica del Carmen Meza Mejía

Discussants: Virginia Aspe and David Hansen

PANEL 3

Title: Latin American Curriculum, Struggling in the World – Worlds*

Location: Horace Mann 148

Panelists: Myriam Southwell, Alice Casimiro, Bertha Orozco Fuentes**

Discussant: Daniel Friedrich

10:30am-11:50am

PANEL 1

Title: Fundaciones y Quiebres en el Curriculum Latinoamericano*

Location: Horace Mann 150

Panelists: Ana Laura Gallardo, Concepción Barrón-Tirado**, Nicolás Arata**

Discussant: Alicia de Alba

PANEL 2

Title: The Quipu Project: An Interactive Exhibition

Location: Zankel 418

Organizer: Jackie Simmons

12:00pm-1:00pm

LUNCH

1:00pm-2:30pm

ALICIA DE ALBA, KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Latin American Curriculum Today

Location: Cowin Center

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