Exploring Multicultural Education to Develop Communal Consciousness

Posted by National Association for Multicultural Education on January 16, 2017

Pennsylvania Chapter
National Association for Multicultural Education
19th Annual Conference
March 3-4, 2017
Dickinson College
Carlisle, PA

Conference Theme
“Don’t let your schooling interfere with your education:” Exploring Multicultural Education to Develop Communal Consciousness

Conference Highlights

Pre-Conference Guided Field trip to the Carlisle Indian Industrial School (for an additional modest cost.)

Screening of the Documentary 40 Years Later, Now Can We Talk? including Q&A with the filmmaker


Conference Workshops

  • Play as a Social Justice Issue
  • Exploring Multicultural Education during the Trump Presidency
  • Queering Study Abroad—Negotiating Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Ethnicity, SES, and Health Status
  • Disrupting Diversity & Inclusion Training at an Elite Institution: Trigger Warnings & Microaggressions – A Conversation Series at Princeton University
  • Supporting Conversations about Race and Culture in Early Childhood Settings
  • Explorations on the Cultural Competency Journey
  • I Am a Griot: Multiculturalism through Personal Curriculum Narratives
  • Integrating Multicultural Education and Special Education in Teacher Preparation
  • “Wake Up Everybody” – Engaging the Community in the Life of the Urban School
  • President’s Commission on Cultural Diversity & Inclusion (PCCDI) Research & Mentoring Project
  • Using Picture Books to Develop Character and Cognition
  • It Doesn’t Just Happen: The Intentionality of Creating Space for Community in the College Classroom
  • Immigration: In the time of Trump Presidency!
  • When the Gown turns a Blind Eye to the Town: Sexual Objectification of Women College Students in Part-Time Off-Campus Work in the Hospitality, Restaurant, and Service Industry While Earning Money to Paying for College
  • Mobilizing Multicultural Alumni to Promote Transformative Action: A Case Review of the Multicultural Alumni Action Group
  • Fostering an Inclusive Classroom Through Social Studies
  • From citizenship schools, to freedom schools, to community schools: Facilitating dialogue about the politics and pedagogy in American history
  • Inclusive PeaceJam as a Catalyst for Peace Education
  • Acknowledging Sacrificio: An Autoethnography
  • School to Prison Pipeline: From Chilling Statistics to Interruption Initiatives
  • Translanguaging to Foster an Inclusive Learning Environment
  • Moving Men From Hyper to Holistic: Developing a Feminist Consciousness in Men through Dialogue
  • Cultural Pedagogy and Impacting the Classroom Community
  • Side-by-Side: Working Together To Better Education
  • Working Within the Hyphen: Towards the Development of A Third Space and Third- Space Pedagogy in Community-Based Afterschool Programs
  • White Teachers’ Reflections on Building Relationships with Students of Color
  • Nothing About Youth Without Youth: Activism Beyond The Classroom
  • MLK Academic Retention Program

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