Kresge Library

Dr. Gustavo Fischman, "Persistence and Ruptures: The Feminization of Teaching and Teacher Education in Argentina."

On Thursday March 15th at 5:00pm in 350A Pawley Hall (ERL) the 2007 Winter Lecture Series in Global Urban Education will be presented by Dr. Gustavo Fischman. Gustavo Fischman is an Associate Professor in the Divisions of Educational Policy and Curriculum and Instruction at Arizona State University. His research interests are in the areas of comparative and international education, gender studies, and qualitative studies. Dr. Fischman is the author of two books and several articles on Latin American education, teacher education, cultural studies, and gender issues in education. This is sure to be an eye opening experience for everyone so make sure you don’t miss out. Light refreshments will also be served during the presentation. *

Admission is free, but reservations are requested to Holly Smith at either (248) 370-3045 or by Monday, March 12, 2007

Online Articles by Dr. Fischman**:

Fischman, Gustavo. “An interview with Lucy Tse about her book Why don't they learn English?” Multicultural education v. 9 no4 (2002): 38-39.

Fischman, Gustavo. “(Distant Alliances).” Comparative Education Review (Comp Educ Rev) v. 48 no4 (2004) 456-8.

Fischman, Gustavo. “Reflections about images, visual culture, and educational research.” Educational researcher 30 (2001): 28.

Related Online Articles**:

Griffiths, Morwenna. “The Feminization of Teaching and the Practice of Teaching: Threat or Opportunity?” Educational theory v. 56 no4 (2006) 387.

Related Books in Print at Kresge Library:

Lezotte, Lawrence W. Effective teacher training and urban school improvement. East Lansing, Mich.: Institute of Research on Teaching, Michigan State University, 1981.

The Urban educational landscape : higher education’s role in urban renewal. Washington, D.C.: American Association of State Colleges and Universities, 1992.

*Description from the SEHS Winter 2007 Lecture Series in Global Urban Education Brochure.

**Please note, the materials listed below are restricted to use by Oakland Students, Faculty, and Staff (or from a computer located on the Oakland network). Find out why...

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