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DIPF auf der AERA 2015 in Chicago

AERA 2015 vom 16. bis 20. April in Chicago, Illinois. Die Servicestelle "International Cooperation in Education" am DIPF bietet bei der Konferenz der American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2015 am 17. April ein deutsch-amerikanisches Seminar mit dem Titel "Education, Democracy and Justice: Transatlantic Perspectives German-American Seminar" an.

Ausgehend von der "Progressive Era"  wird unter anderem danach gefragt, wie sich die Vorstellungen von Gerechtigkeit und demokratischen Bildungskonzepten weiter entwickelt haben, wie das reformpädagogische Erbe fortgeführt wurde und welche neuen Ansätze dabei entstanden sind. Dabei sollen die jeweils spezifischen nationalen Kontexte beleuchtet und danach gefragt werden, welche länderübergreifenden Vergleiche möglich sind.

Da das Seminar Raum zum Netzwerken und Ausloten von Kooperationsmöglichkeiten bieten möchte, ist das Themenspektrum weit gefasst und offen für verschiedene methodische Zugänge.

Weitere Informationen auf der Website von ice.

Thema der AERA 2015 ist "Toward Justice: Culture, Language, and Heritage in Education Research and Praxis". 


Education, Democracy and Justice: Transatlantic Perspectives

German-American Seminar

at the 2015 AERA Annual Meeting

 

Friday, April 17 2015 8:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Fairmont, Second Level, Gold
200 North Columbus Drive, Chicago, IL 60601

 

Agenda

8:30 – 9:00     Welcome and Introduction to the Topic of the Seminar

 

9:00 – 11:00     Origins and Perspective
Chair: Kathrin Berdelmann (DIPF Berlin)

  • Origins of the Community School Idea in the U.S.: Jane Addams and John Dewey in Chicago, 1892 –1904
    John Puckett (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Jane Addams and Alice Salomon: Social Work as a Profession
    Rita Braches-Chyrek (University of Bamberg)
  • The adventure of traveling policy-models in education: The US-policy model as a misbehaving stranger in Europe
    Daniel Troehler (University of Luxembourg)
  • The Eclipse of Democratic Education Research
    Kenneth Howe (University of Colorado Boulder)

 

11:00 – 11:15    Coffee Break

11:15 – 1:15     Transatlantic Panels on Education, Democracy and Justice

Four parallel workshops

Workshop 1: Factors Influencing Educational (In)Equality, Educational Policies and Educational Praxis
Chair: John Puckett (University of Pennsylvania)

  • Child poverty and educational inequality: Political ideas and educational reality in Germany and the USA
    Stefanie Greubel (Alanus University Alfter)
  • Justice and democracy reflected by an inclusive Community Education Program. Research and Praxis
    Keely Camden, Miriam Roth Douglas (West Liberty University)
  • Embodying Deweyan Democratic Principles for International Educational Collaboration
    Deborah Seltzer-Kelly (Wabash College, Crawfordsville)
  • Towards justice and democracy in language education: Gender distinction in language learning
    Heiner Boettger (Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)
  • Educational politics from below and social-work-discourses
    Tilmann Kallenbach (University of Bamberg)

 

Workshop 2: School Cultures, Learning Environments and Democracy
Chair: Kenneth Howe (University of Colorado Boulder)

  • The Frankfurt School in North American Educational Scholarship
    Norman Friesen (Boise State University)
  • School Cultures and Differences in Germany and the USA
    Merle Hummrich (University of Flensburg)
  • The impact of a democratic learning environment on school students’ perceived well-being, classroom-climate and confidence
    Verena Young (University of Bielefeld)
  • Challenges for Teacher Education in the United States and the Socio- Cultural Context of the Work of Teaching
    Ute Kaden (University of Alaska Fairbanks)
  • Protection against violence? Teaching justice and peace in an high school
    Martin Bittner (DIPF Berlin)

 

Workshop 3: Educational (In)Equalities: Learning Achievement and Questions of Leadership in Schools
Chair: Heinrich Mintrop (University of California Berkeley)

  • How tracking can amplify educational inequality: Primary and Secondary Effects at the Transition into Secondary School Tracks in Germany
    Hanna Dumont, Denise Klinge, Kai Maaz (DIPF Berlin)
  • Changes in Socioeconomic Achievement Gaps in International Comparison, 1964-2012
    Anna Chmielewski (University of Toronto)
  • Political Culture, Curriculum, Structure and Equity: Questions (No Answers)
    Karen Seashore (University of Minnesota Minneapolis)
  • Between facts and perceptions: A multilevel approach to leadership in challenging school environments
    Alexandra Schwarz (University of Wuppertal), Stefan Brauckmann (University of Klagenfurt)
  • Leadership in Schools in Challenging Circumstances in Germany and the USA
    Esther Dominique Klein (University of Duisburg-Essen)

 

Workshop 4: Assessment, Standards and Equality in Education
Chair: Wolfgang Böttcher (University of Münster)

  • Experiencing discrimination: a new approach to cross-cultural measurement
    Svenja Vieluf & Eckhard Klieme (DIPF Frankfurt)
  • Minority Language Education and Identity within Mulitculturalism and Liberalism
    Tanja Tretter (Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)
  • Relationship between social origins and academic achievements within US Faculties
    Jim Vander Putten (University of Arkansas Little Rock)
  • International Perspectives on Assessing Academic Learning Outcomes Challenges and Implications for Justice in Higher Education
    Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia, Hans Anand Pant, Christiane Kuhn, Miriam Toepper, Corinna Lautenbach (University of Mainz and Humboldt-University Berlin)
  • Educational Inequalities and Educational Justice
    Krassimir Stojanov (Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)
  • Experiencing the Common Core: Dewey and the Implementation of New standards in Secondary ELA Classrooms
    Richard Ludka (Columbia University New York)

 

1:15 – 2:00     Lunch 

3:00              Optional: Visit to Hull House

7:00              Optional: Dinner (at own expense)

zuletzt verändert: 10.03.2015