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This workshop series provides a venue for faculty and students from the Department of International and Transcultural Studies (ITS), as well as from other departments and institutions, to present scholarly research, to discuss work in progress and to further develop our scholarly community. The scope of the Workshop is, by design, deliberately broad and inclusive, ranging from work on large-scale educational policy to the study of micro interactions in the classroom. Meetings are organized around one presentation by faculty and/or graduate students (at all stages of study).
Students are encouraged to actively participate in the Workshop and as a rule, ask the first question to the speaker. An additional feature of the Workshop is to provide opportunities for professional development, including learning how to use new software programs, managing a dataset, or discussing a relevant topic for the field of international and comparative education.
The Workshop meets during the fall and spring semesters, and it is organized by Professor Oren Pizmony-Levy. Look out for the ITS Workshop dates in the Notes from Grace Dodge Hall weekly emails and for any further information on the Workshop, please contact Bridget Bartolini at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2019 ITS Workshop Schedule
Tuesday, February 26 (5-6:30pm, 305 Russell Hall)
Regina Cortina, Teachers College
Title: Theories of the South: Revisiting my Work in Comparative and International Education
Tuesday, March 12 (5-6:30pm, 306 Russell Hall)
Cally Waite, Teachers College
Title: Building a Pipeline for Scholars in South Africa: What has Been Learned?
Tuesday, March 26, 5-6:30pm (5-6:30pm, 146 Horace Mann)
Joe Gebbi, Teachers College
Title: Practice Your Elevator Pitch
Tuesday, April 2 (5-6:30pm, 305 Russell Hall)
Oren Pizmony-Levy, Teachers College
Title: Present Like A Pro
Friday, April 5 (5-6:30pm, 305 Russell Hall)
Sylvian Aubry, Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Title: The Abidjan Principles - Regulating Private Involvement in Education
Monday, April 29 (5-6:30pm, 306 Russell Hall)
Jasone Cenoz & Durk Gorter
Title: Pedagogical Translanguaging in Multilingual Education
Tuesday, April 30 (5-6:30pm, 104b Russell Hall)
Alejandro Adler, Earth Institute, Columbia University
Title: Can Well-Being Skills Be Taught at a Large Scale, and Should They Be Taught in Schools and Beyond?