Conference on Ethnographic and... (fwd)

Patricia Clay (pclay@WHSUN1.WH.WHOI.EDU)
Fri, 13 May 1994 13:03:15 -0400

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> The Sixth Annual Conference on Ethnographic and Qualitative Research in
> Education will be held at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst on June 3,
> 4 and 5, 1994. We want to invite you to attend and hope you will share this
> information about the conference with interested colleagues, teachers and
> graduate students.
> We are pleased to announce that our keynote speakers will be Ida Stockman of
> Michigan State University and Patrick Shannon from Pennsylvania State
> University. We have organized a set of diverse and exciting paper sessions
> and symposia exploring a wide range of issues in ethnographic and qualitative
> research in education.
> The conference begins at 4:00 P.M. on Friday, June 3, with a series of "pre-
> conference" sessions on Teachers and Students Talking Science; on the
> Analysis of Transcripts, among others. At 6:30 P.M., Ida Stockman will give
> the first keynote talk. The conference continues on Saturday with paper
> presentation, symposia, and workshops on Literacy and Classroom Language,
> Classroom Interaction, Teacher-Research, Methodological Issues in Qualitative
> Research, Narrative, Cross-cultural Issues in Education, Literature in the
> Classroom, Students-as-Ethnographers, Social Contexts of Literacy,
> Collaborative Research, and Facilitating Change Through Qualitative Research,
> Participatory Models for Transforming Pedagogy, among others. Later Saturday
> afternoon, the second keynote will be given by Patrick Shannon. On Sunday
> morning there will be a series of discussion groups on Assessment, on
> Analysis of Classroom Language, among others.
> The conference registration fee is $30.00 before May 30, 1994 and $37 after
> that date and on the day of the conference. For further information telephone
> 413-545-0534 or e-mail at
> Sent on behalf of the Reading and Writing Program.