[Blueboard] PSS National Conference on October 19-20, 2007: "Sociologizing Education: Meanings, Processes and Institutions"

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Wed Oct 17 14:39:36 PHT 2007


The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is hosting the Philippine
Sociological Society (PSS) National Conference on "Sociologizing
Education: Meanings, Processes and Institutions" on October 19-20, 2007
at Escaler Hall from 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. The program for this two-day
conference follows:


Philippine Sociological Society
19-20 October 2007
Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City

Sociologizing Education: Meanings, Processes, and Institutions


19 October 2007 (Friday)
Opening Session
Escaler Hall

8:30-9:00
Registration

9:00-9:10
National Anthem/Invocation
Welcome Remarks
Dr. Czarina Saloma-Akpedonu
President, Philippine Sociological Society

9:10-9:25
Opening Remarks
Fr. Bienvenido Nebres
President, Ateneo de Manila University

9:25-9:30
Introduction of Keynote Speaker
Dr. Filomeno Aguilar, Jr.
Chair, Conference Organizing Committee

9:30-10:00
Keynote Address
Dr. Anne Raffin, National University of Singapore

10:20-11:20
Plenary Session
Chair: Dr. Emma Porio (Ateneo de Manila University)
Speakers:
Dr. Ma. Cynthia Rose Banzon-Bautista (UP Diliman)
Dr. Allan B.I. Bernardo (De La Salle University)
Dr. Virginia Miralao (Philippine Social Science Council)

11:20-12:00
Open Forum

12:00-13:00
Lunch


Parallel Sessions
Session 1 Religion and Education
Joint Session of the Philippine Sociological Society and the Philippine
Association for the Sociology of Religion
Venue: Escaler Hall

13:00-13:20
Catholic-Based Practices and Muslim Students in a
Philippine Public School
Ms. Melissa Howell-Alipalo, Asian Development Bank

13:20-13:40
The Formation of Priestly Character in Contemporary
Roman Catholic Seminary Institutions: Towards a
Sociological Framework to Interpret an Educational Practice
Mr. Manuel Sapitula, UP Diliman

13:40-14:00
Lay Filipino Catholics' Social Constructionist Learning
of Roman Catholic Ideology
Mr. Emmanuel Batoon, University of Santo Tomas

14:00-14:20
Creation-Centered Spirituality as an Alternative
Framework in the Teaching of the Sacraments: An
Exploratory Study
Dr. Vicky Corral, University of Santo Tomas

14:20-15:00
Open Forum


Session 2 History, Ethnicity, Culture and Education
Venue: Ching Tan Room

13:00-13:20
The Social Reproduction of Colonial Ideology in the
Context of the Filipina's Nineteenth Century Education
Ms. Charita de los Reyes, UP Baguio

13:20-13:40
Physical Education, Race and Postcolonialism in the
Philippines
Mr. Lou Antolihao, National University of Singapore

13:40-14:00
Reflections on Performance Realities: "Pagbulas ng
Sibol" as a Case Study
Mr. Dennis Gupa, Mr. Reagan Maiquez and Ms. Joyce
Ocampo, UP Los Baños

14:00-14:20
Sociologizing the NSTP-CWTS: The Case of
Santa Barbara Educational Foundation
Mr. Simon Caday, Emilio Aguinaldo College, Manila

14:20-15:00
Open Forum

15:00-15:20
Coffee Break


Session 3 Education, Critical Theory, and Reality
Venue: Escaler Halll

15:20-15:40
Using Critical Theory to Find Meaning in the
Classroom: Experiences in Andragogical Ways of
Promoting Critical Thinking
Dr. Daylinda Banzon-Cabanilla, UP Los Baños

15:40-16:00
Adorno and Horkheimer on Critical Theory, Religion
and Education
Dr. Mark Joseph Calano, UP Baguio

16:00-16:20
The State of Philippine Education from Bourdieu's
Sociology of Education
Mr. Delfo Canceran, University of Aquinas, Legazpi

16:20-16:40
Philippine Education and the Depolization of the
Filipino Citizenry
Mr. Mario Aguja, Mindanao State University

16:40-17:20
Open Forum

Session 4 Education's Wider Context
Venue: Ching Tan Room

15:20-15:40 Managing Poverty and Education: A Social
Phenomenological Inquiry
Dr. Antonio Tamayao, Cagayan State University

15:40-16:00
Education Regimes, Filipino Teachers and Marriage
Migration to Australia
Dr. Cleonicki Saroca, UP Diliman

16:00-16:20
Technology in Student-Centered Learning: The
Classroom as Theater
Marcia Czarina Corazon Medina, Ateneo de Manila
University

16:20-16:40
Challenges and Implications of Globalization in the
Field of Higher Education
Mr. Noel Rafer, Bicol University

16:40-17:20
Open Forum

20 October 2007
Session 5 Schools and Knowledge (Re)Production
Venue: Escaler Hall

9:00-9:20
Towards Transforming Classrooms into Venues for Intercivilizational
Dialogues: ICTs as Disruptive Technology
Ms. Josephine Dionisio, University of the Philippines, Diliman

9:20-9:40
New Wine in Old Wineskins: Philippine Universities and Knowledge
Production
Mr. Leland Joseph de la Cruz, Ateneo de Manila University/University of
the Philippines, Diliman

9:40-10:00
Military Educational Institutions and their Role in the Reproduction of
Inequality in the Philippines
Ms. Leslie Advincula-Lopez, Ateneo de Manila University/University of the
Philippines, Diliman

10:30-11:00
Coffee Break

11:00-12:00
Business Meeting

12:00-13:00
Lunch

Workshop
13:00-17:00
Communication Skills for Sociology Teachers
Dr. Ricardo Abad (Ateneo de Manila University)
2001 Metrobank Outstanding Teacher awardee


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Registration Fee:
-student: Php600
-professional: Php1,500
*Inclusive of participation in the conference, meals (lunch and
mid-morning/afternoon snacks), a book of abstracts and workshop.


For more details, please visit the PSS website at
http://www.dsa-ateneo.net/pss







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