Conferences, Lectures, and Forums of the John Dewey Project

An objective of the John Dewey Project, as described in the Mission Statement, is to "sponsor conferences and forums on the theory, practice, and future of progressive education and on contemporary educational issues".  Each fall, the John Dewey Project honors John Dewey's birthday, October 20, with an event that bridges Dewey's theories with current educational challenges.
 
 



Past Events

Innovations in Progressive Higher Education: A Panel Discussion
Saturday, May 10, 2003
7:30 pm to 10 pm br> Goddard College

An Evening with Some of Vermont's Progressive Educators
Saturday, November 9, 2002
7 pm to 10 pm
Haybarn, Goddard College

Summit of Progressive Educators and Activists
Renewing the Democratic Aims of Education
Keynote address by William Watkins
Oct. 19th and 20th, 2001


Symposium
Controversial Ideas for Dangerous times:
The Life and Legacy of Theodore Brameld 1904-1987
Keynote by Robert J. Nash
427A Waterman Building UVM Campus
March 30, 2001

"Political Transition in Mexico and Movements for Indigenous Autonomy"
Gustavo Esteva
February 22, 2001
 

Fall 2000 Lecture Series--Education, Culture, and Ecology:
Local and Global Perspectives on Sustainability

"Religion, Spirituality, and Education"
Keynote address by Warren A. Nord
October 23, 1999

"School Choice: An Interactive Forum"
 February 6, 1999

"The Struggle of Indigenous People for Self-Determination in Oaxaca and Chiapas, Mexico"
Lecture by Gustavo Esteva
October 19, 1998

"Educating for Ethical Decision Making & Social Responsibility"
Keynote Address by Nel Noddings
October 17, 1998

 "Dewey Revisioned: The Promise of Social Imagination"
Lecture by Maxine Greene
    October 20, 1997

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