The 14th annual Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference will take place from November 6 - 9, 2013 in New Orleans, LA.
The Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference is an annual gathering of diverse individuals seeking academic enrichment and professional engagement who are committed to educational reform and social change. The conference opens up spaces to advance the ideals of progressive curriculum and democratic leadership in education through dialogue and action. The conference organizers seek to bring together individuals from diverse settings, including academics, graduate students, school district administrators, PreK-12 teachers, and all other cultural workers from community groups and organizations who hope to integrate, interrogate, and develop theories and practices for educational change and social justice.
The conference fosters spaces for democratic community building, collective scholarship, and social action in an informal, collegial setting. In the spirit of visionaries such as John Dewey, Maxine Greene, George Counts, Alice Miel, and Horace Mann Bond, and others, we gather together to deepen our critical insights into the historical, political, personal, aesthetic, spiritual contexts of our work within a perspective that regards curriculum studies as integral to the fabric of everyday public life and wholly connected to the daily pedagogical practice of schools.More Information
2014 Annual Conference will be in New Orleans from November 12 - 15
Call for ProposalsCall for Proposals (PDF)
(call contains link to on-line proposal submission form)
On-line registration is now closed; Registration is available on-site at the conference though space is limited
Bourbon Orleans Hotel
Reservations may be made by calling the hotel's toll-free number at (866) 513-9744.
Ask for "In-House Reservations" and request the Curriculum and Pedagogy Group Block.Bourbon Street Hotel
717 Orleans St.
New Orleans, LA