Where Innovative Curriculum Scholarship is Cultivated

Hello all,

We appreciate your patience as we have put together the schedule. This is a time-consuming task with many moving parts. You can view the schedule by clicking here.  The Leadership Team tried to accommodate as many schedule requests as possible, but also had to balance which presentations fit best with each other as well.  We believe putting submissions together with a common theme allows for better conversations and presentations.  The schedule will be finalized as of Wednesday.

Best,

The Bergamo Leadership Team

The Bergamo Leadership Team is pleased to announce the details for one of our keynote addresses:

Expanding Possibilities:  Honoring Maxine Greene’s Influences on Curriculum Theorizing

Janet Miller, Ph.D.,  Teachers College at Columbia University

James Henderson, Ph.D., Kent State University

Molly Quinn, Ph.D., Georgia Regents University

If you haven’t registered for the conference, please do so here.  

We only have a small amount of double rooms left at the conference center, please book your rooms here.  Meals can only be purchased ahead of time, please do so here.

We realize some of you are waiting for the conference schedule before making your travel arrangements.  The Leadership Team is working hard on the schedule and when it is ready we will post an announcement here, through our mailing list, via twitter (@jctonline1979) and Facebook.

All the best,

The Bergamo Leadership Team

The Bergamo Leadership Group is pleased to announce our second all conference session which is also our first announced Spotlight Session:

Thinking Theologically about Curriculum   
Alan Block, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin—Stout
Sharon Cohen, Ed.D., American University
Alycia Elfreich, Ph.D. Student, Indiana University—IUPUI
John Weaver, Ph.D., Georgia Southern University
Ugena Whitlock, Ph.D., Kennesaw State University

Please register soon. Additionally, book your rooms and reserves your meals ASAP.  The Bergamo Conference Center has a limited supply of rooms available.

Any questions? Please email gabe@jctonline.org.
Best,

The Bergamo Leadership Group

The Bergamo Leadership Group is pleased to announce our first all conference session is also the newest addition to our continuing Provoking Dialogue series:

Panel Discussion of Bernadette Baker’s  William James, Sciences of Mind, and Anti-Imperial Discourse

Barbara Dennis, Ph.D., Indiana University
Walter Gershon, Ph.D., Kent State University
Gabriel Huddleston, Ph.D., Indiana University-IUPUI
Jubin Rahatzad, Doctoral Candidate, Purdue University

Please register soon as there are some discounts for early registration. Additionally, book your rooms and reserves your meals ASAP.  The Bergamo Conference Center has a limited supply of rooms available.

Any questions? Please email gabe@jctonline.org.
Best,

The Bergamo Leadership Group

The JCT and Bergamo Leadership Group is pleased to announce that the third keynote will be Alan Block, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Stout.

The deadline for submissions is August 17th!

We also remind you to visit http://www.jctonline.org/conference/2014-call-for-proposals/ for the full CFP for this year’s conference. Please register soon as there are some discounts for early registration. Additionally, book your rooms and reserves your meals ASAP. The Bergamo Conference Center has a limited supply of rooms available.

Any questions? Please email gabe@jctonline.org.
Best,

The Bergamo Leadership Group

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