2nd Annual Educational Conference
Hosted by: UCSB Graduate Student Association of Education
Conference Date: Saturday, February 8, 2003
Converging Realities: Embracing Diverse Disciplinary Perspectives
The purpose of this conference is to examine current beliefs and practices pertaining to education in order to foster more understanding and cooperative dialogue between disciplinary perspectives. Submissions are encouraged that share in the development and strengthening of the kinds of dynamic and reciprocal relationships that we believe are required in facing the educational demands of the future.
Submissions are encouraged from all perspectives and disciplines, including historical, sociological, philosophical, psychological, and political concerns related to U.S. and international educational practices. Both researchers and school practitioners are invited to share their insight and vision as to the past, present, and future of education.
Please submit a 250-500 word abstract to the address listed below by November 1, 2002. The abstract must include the names and affiliations of all authors and presenters, as well as the title of the presentation. Please indicate the contact person and include his/her telephone number and e-mail address. Also note the preferred format for your presentation:
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