Innovative Methods of Teaching Politics and Economics

04/18/2009 10:15 am
04/18/2009 11:30 am


Innovative Methods of Teaching Politics and Economics

Presenter:   Tracy Chang; Mark Cryer; Steve Schnapp Senior Education Coordinator, United for a Fair Economy; Don Taylor; Tess Ewing, Labor Extension Coordinator at UMass-Boston; Judy King; Diane Thomas-Holladay; and Lynne Duggan  

Location:   National Labor College, Silver Spring, MD

Information:   Steve Schnapp at 857-277-7868 or sschnapp@faireconomy.org

Description:   This roundtable panel discussion is one of several events in the 3-day 2009 Conference of the United Association for Labor Education - "Imagining Alternatives: The Challenge to Labor" (April 15-18, 2009).

About the Conference:   UALE, the United Association for Labor Education, is made up of university-based, union-based and community-based labor educators. Participants from all three of these groups will be presenting at our 2009 Conference. The conference will reflect the work of the different populations and contexts that these three kinds of labor educators work with. It will include research papers, case studies and theoretical materials; teaching demonstrations, examples of tools, performances, workshops, curriculum samples and strategy sessions. In addition, the Labor Studies Journal will be sponsoring their own special sessions within the conference

For more information about the conference:   <http://uale.org/breakout-sessions>

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