2016 Conference Program

Friday June 17, 2016

4:00 – 5:00 pm Registration & Reception
5:00 – 6:15 pm Opening Keynote with Maughn Gregory

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Saturday June 18, 2016

Saturday June 18, 2016

9:00 – 10:15am   Plenary Session
The Model Theory of Community of Inquiry Darryl DeMarzio
Shared Autonomous Reasoning Natalie Fletcher

10:45 am – 12:00pm   Concurrent Session

Room A
Combatting Consumer Madness Susan Gardner, Richard Moorehouse, Wayne Henry
Room B
Facilitating for Intensities: Deleuzean Resonances in/of a Community of Philosophical Inquiry Arthur Wolf
Using Engaged Philosophical Inquiry to Deepen Young Children’s Understanding of Environmental Sustainability Margaret McDonald, Warren Bowen & Cher Hill
Room C
The Educational Community of Inquiry as Disruptive Pedagogy Peter Ellerton
Rancerian Assumption(s) of Equality within Communities of Philosophical Inquiry? Jessica Davis
12:00 – 1:30pm Lunch Break
1:30 – 2:45pm Keynote Address
Natural Verses Interpretive Communities: Signs of Violence Versus Signs of Query Robert S. Corrington
Respondent on Keynote Address David Kennedy

3:15 – 4:30 pm Concurrent Session

Room A
Classroom Community of Inquiry: Between Instrumentalism & Experience Daniel Fisherman
The Relevance of Cognitive Neuroscience for Community of Inquiry Mark Weinstein
Room B
Contesting Harmful Representation Using the Community of Inquiry Model Stephen Miller
Kindness Education: Creating a Culture of Actionable Compassion Through Community of Philosophical Inquiry Sarah Davey Chesters
Room C
Fostering the Development of Logical Reasoning in the Community of Inquiry Through the Increase of Meta-Logical Understanding Ann Brel Cloutier
Teaching Critical Thinking and Philosophical Reasoning to Pupils: Teachers’ Skills Matter Gabriela Fiema
4:45 – 6:00 pm Plenary Session
The Community of Inquiry and Education for Social Justice Teresa de la Garza
The Community of Inquiry as Research Method in an Encounter Between Western Philosophy and Canadian Indigenous Living Theory Darren Garside & Karen J. Myskiw

Sunday June 19, 2016

Sunday June 19, 2016

9:00 – 10:15am Plenary Session
PANEL: Ann Margaret Sharp: A Life Teaching Community Maughn Gregory, Teresa de la Garza, Megan Laverty, Jen Glaser, Stefano Oliverio, Richard Moorehouse & Peter Shea

10:45 am – 12:00pm Concurrent Session

Room A
Community of Inquiry as a Teaching Strategy in Teacher and Higher Education Lizzie Lewis
Philosophy, Academic Philosophy, and Philosophy for Children Michael Lacewing
(via Skype)
Room B
The Community of Inquiry as a Spiritual Exercise Olivier Michaud
The Jumanji Effect: Procuring Agent Investment in Communal Inquiry through Role Playing Games Daniel Anderson
Room C
Author Meets Critics: Conscience in Moral Life Jason Howard, Joseph Oyler & Wayne Henry
Author Meets Critics: Multicultural Education in Colleges and Universities: Developing Strengths-Based Narratives for Teaching and Learning Damien Spiteri
12:00 – 1:30pm Working Lunch: Business Meeting
1:30 – 2:45pm Plenary
Learning about the Facilitation of Inquiry Dialogue with the Argumentation Rating Tool Alina Reznitskaya, Ian Wilkinson, Joe Oyler & Ariel Sykes
Evaluating the Growing Maturity of a Community of Inquiry Maughn Gregory & Jen Glaser

3:15 – 4:30 pm Concurrent Session

Room A
PANEL:
Community of Inquiry in the Lens of Complexity Theory
Nadia Stoyanova Kennedy, Arthur Wolf, Stefano Oliverio, David Kennedy & Pavel Lushyn
Room B
The PHILOS Model George Ghanotakis
Networking Smart Bombs: Building Communities of Inquiry Using High School Philosophy Programs Rickard Chadsey
Room C
Understanding Community of Inquiry Across The Physical Education And Dance Disciplines Ellie Abdi
De-Orientalizing Kuchipudi Hindu Dance Through Dialogue in a Theatrical Space Sabrina Misirhiralall

4:45 – 6:00 pm Concurrent Session

Room A
Philosophizing with Children as an Element of Teaching and Learning Kerstin Michalik & Martina Petersen
How P4C Effects Creativity and Theory of Mind in a Turkish Kindergarten: A Practical Study Isil Tas & Ayperi Dikici Sigitmac
Room B
Are We Teaching and Are They Learning? Stephanie Burdick-Shephard
Becoming Philosophical: Looking at Transformative Changes in Philosophical Thinking with College Students Who Practice Philosophizing with Young Children Using Community of Inquiry Cristina Cammarano (via Skype)
Room C
“Philosophy for Children and Youth”: An Introduction to a Certified Teacher Education Program Daniela Camhy
A Reflective Teacher Education Maya Levanon & Cahit Shaham
6:30 pm Board Shuttle for Conference Dinner
7:00 pm Conference Dinner at Fitzgerald’s 1982 in Glen Ridge, NJ

Monday June 20, 2016

Monday June 20, 2016

9:00 – 10:15am Plenary Session
PANEL:
Developing Cosmopolitan Thinking Through Philosophical Inquiry
Maura Striano, Felix Garcia Moriyon, Daniela Camhy, Ignacio Garcia Pedraza, Stefano Oliverio & Adolfo Agundez Rodriguez

10:45 am – 12:00pm Concurrent Session

Room A
The Model Theory of Community of Inquiry Farzaneh Shahrtash
Philosophy with Children and Adolescents on Virtual Memorial Sites Arie Kizel
Room B
Philosophy with Children for School Leaders: A Top Down Approach to Implementation in Schools Lena Green & Karen Collett
Teacher Training Courses for Philosophy for Children in Iran and in Developed Countries: A Comparative Study Mehrnoosh Hedayati
(via Skype)
Room C
Service-learning and CPI in the college classroom: Balancing content with critical and creative thinking Sarah Donovan
CUNY LaGuardia’s Agora Initiative: A Feasibility Study of Philosophy for Children Outreach at the Community College Level Cheri Lynn Carr & Shannon Proctor
12:00 – 1:30pm Lunch Break

1:30 – 2:45 pm Concurrent Session

Room A
The Community of Philosophical Inquiry within a Multicultural Context Damian Spiteri
Community of Inquiry and Carl Rogers’ Person Centered Therapy: Perspectives on Growth Maria del Rosario del Collado Azuela
Room B
How can Communities of Inquiry Help Shut Down the United States? Peter Shea
 Unlearning  Adam Alexander
 Room C
 Workshop: Doing Philosophical Inquiry in the Mathematics Classroom Nadia Kennedy
3:00 – 5:00 pm Editorial Meetings


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