Infusing the Moral Domain for World Citizenship
This lecture series promotes world citizenship through reflective professional practices, human rights studies and life skills development for world citizenship. It is designed for teachers, counselors and administrators, but all interested community members are welcome.
Norman Rockwell Art Work on Human Rights
This illustrated lecture will offer an historical view of the past century as it influenced social, cultural, and political events in the 21st century. Thomas Daly, the Norman Rockwell Museum Educational Specialist, will analyze Norman Rockwell’s illustrations of America’s involvement in the world with special emphasis on his work on human rights and the American Civil Rights movement.
Presenter: Thomas Daly, Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA.
Place: Salem State University, Sullivan Building, Room 305B
Date and Time: Thursday, February 28, 2013, 4:30 pm
The Responsive Classroom Teaches Life Skills in the Moral Domain
This interactive workshop presents strategies for teaching peaceful conflict resolutions in caring classrooms that foster global citizenship.
Presenter: Linda Connell, 2002 NGEC Global Educator of the Year
Place: Horace Mann Laboratory School, Salem State campus, Room 312
Date and Time: Thursday, March 21, 2013, 4:30 pm
Professionalism and the Moral Domain of Education
This presentation will draw on the authors’ joint contributions to the book, Working with Children Young People: Ethical Debates and Practices across Disciplines and Continents, edited by A. Campbell and P. Broadhead and published in the UK by Peter Lang.
The authors will address current concerns and approaches for promoting the moral domain in Educational Professionalism.
Presenters: Avril Brock, Leeds Metropolitan University, United Kingdom; and Louise Swiniarski, Salem State University
Place: Sullivan Building Room 305B
Date and Time: Thursday, May 2. 2013, 4:30 pm
Join us in celebrating the Northeast Global Education Center’s 20th Year at Salem State University!
Funded: Massachusetts Global Education Consortium at Framingham State University
For More Information
Dr. Louise Swiniarski, School of Education, SB303E, 978.542.6534