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Thursday, October 18th
GSE Room 427
Please come join us for the first Brown Bag Luncheon of the year. Discussion will be lead by Dr. Stanton Wortham Chair, The Division of Education, Culture, and Society.
Please read the chapter one of Taylor, C. Hegel to accompany the discussion. To recieve a digital copy of the exert please email the ECS Divisonal Assistant, Lauren Scicluna, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Reinaldo Sanchez is the Director of Monitoring and Evaluation for the Fabretto Children's Foundation in Nicaragua.
The TESOL Workshop, sponsored by the Educational Linguistics (ELX) division, provides an overview of practice and theory related to English language education. It offers practical experience as well as general background knowledge in the field. More specifically, the workshop will cover the following topics:
Fida J. Adely offers a deeply sophisticated look at gender roles and educational values in this Middle Eastern country. Weaving together the voices of many young women, she uncovers a unique culture at the crossroads between traditional Islam and modernity, showcasing these women’s incredible capability to balance faith with social progress and learning. In doing so, Adely offers a cogent new understanding of women’s lives and political change in the Arab world.
Penn GSE Room 203
Learning for All: The World Bank Strategy 2020 for Education
In this presentation, Dr. Fran Vavrus draws on two decades of research in the Mount Kilimanjaro region. She will specifically discuss her forthcoming book co-authored by Tanzanian and US graduate students and teacher education faculty from Mwenge University, Tanzania. The volume explores the tensions surrounding pedagogical reform and change as experienced and observed by an international research team.
Please arrive by 12:00PM at Silverstein Forum, Stiteler Hall.