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THURSDAY / NOVEMBER 15 TIME ACTIVITY 8:00-5:00 REGISTRATION DESK Kimmell Center, RM 405 8:30-10:00 MORNING COFFEE Kimmell Center, RM 405 9:00-12:00 WORKSHOPS 1-8 W-1 Beyond the Classroom: Democratic Theatre with Prisoners, Pushers, and Kevin Bott Parolees W-2 EQUIP for Educators for Behaviorally At-Risk Students: Pedagogy, Praxis, Ann-Marie DiBiase and Pragmatics of Program Implementation Jan van Westerlaak W-3 The Essence of Moral Education Bernice Lerner W-4 Prospects for Coexistence: Religion, Identity and Belonging in a Changing Diane Moore World Adam Strom James W. Fraser W-5 Scoring Moral Narratives and Measuring Moral Development Michael Lamport Commons Sara Nora Ross Terri Lee Robinett Patrice Marie Miller Wksp #6 STARTS AT 8 am W-6 The Konstanz Method of Dilemma Discussion (KMDD) Georg Lind W-7 Voices Reading: A Comprehensive Reading and Character Development Patrick C. Walker Program Catherine Snow Robert Selman W-8 Racial and Ethical Sensitivity Training (REST) Workshop Lauren Rogers-Sirin Selcuk R. Sirin 12-1:30 LUNCH ON YOUR OWN 1:30-2:45 SESSION # PROPOSAL # TITLE AUTHOR 1 47 The Cosmopolitan Solution: Political Lessons from Nineteenth Century Chris Anderson Education Reformers Dialogue and Conflict of Cultures Yu-hui Chen Cosmopolitan Ethics and the Cultivation of the Moral Resources Dale T. Snauwaert 2 40 A Conceptual Framework For Teaching Ethics in a Pluralistic Society Miriam Orkar Plurality as the Heart of Ethics, in Community and Curriculum Simon Robinson Professional Ethics, Pluralism, and the “Rationality of Traditions” Daniel Vokey 3 73 Moral Emotions in Childhood and Adolescence and Their Role in Moral Tina Malti, Dan Lapsley Education Moral Emotions in Middle Childhood: Foundations for the Development of Bryan Sokol the Moral Self Children's Moral Emotions, Moral Reasoning, and Prosocial Behavior Tina Malti "It Can't Be Right What Feels Wrong": The Coordination of Moral Emotion Tobias Krettenauer Expectancies and Moral Judgment in Adolescence 4 55 Urban School Reform: Three “Social Justice” Efforts to Engage Students Anna L. Romer, Steven Becton Strengthening Students' Voices and Engagement in a Chicago Middle Anna L. Romer School Meredith Gavrin Citizenship School Theme Promotes College Bound Critical Thinkers Dennis J. Barr Civic Learning and Small School Reform: Theory and Practice 5 26 Understanding Suffering: The Need for Service-Learning in Ethical Katherine Kirby Education Debora L. Liddell, Steven From Serving to Learning: Using Reflection to Facilitate Growth in College Hubbard 6 Documenting the Relationship Among Moral Emerging Adults 80 Catalying A Commitment to Service-Work in Judgement Phases and Scott Seider W. Pitt Derryberry, Chris Attributional Complexity Chandler, Ian Love Toward a New Vocabulary in Moral Development Theory: Articulating Dawn Schrader Models fo Cataclysmic Transformations in Theory and Practice Peer Influence, Religious Beliefs, and Ethical Conduct Among Adolescents Leslie K. Grier, Wendy Gudiel 7 62 Pathei Mathos: Suffering, Identity, and Moral Education/Hegel and the Rodino Anderson Moral Curriculum of Images 3:00-4:15 SESSION # PROPOSAL # TITLE AUTHOR 8 86 Social Understanding, Trust, and Commitment in Democracy Seana Moran, Amy Dray, Katie Davis 9 28 A Case for Educating Against Hate Speech Kim Hyunjung Civil Civic Dialogue Across „Enemy‟ Lines Gerri Perreault Hate Words and "Multiculturalism as Crap": Discomfort, Resistance, Tom Wilson Barriers, Ethics 10 37 Character in Teaching David Carr Fostering and Connecting Teachers‟ Spiritual Moral Commitments Ramona Cutri 11 66 Effects of the EQUIP Peer-Helping Program Daniel Brugman, John C. Gibbs An Investigation of the Impact of a Psychoeducational Intervention Ann-Marie DiBiase Program for Behaviourally At-Risk Students: EQUIP for Educators EQUIP for Educators in Spain: Results from a Pilot Intervention in Kevin van der Meulen, Laura Secondary Schools Granizo, Cristina del Barrio The Preventive Effects of EQUIP for Educators on Moral Cognitions and Floor van der Velden, Daniel Behavior Brugman, Jan Boom, Willem Koops Responsible Adult Culture: A Case Study of Cognitive and Behavioral Changes at a Community-Based Correctional Facility Renee S. Devlin, John C. Gibbs 12 The Mathematics of Moral EQUIP in Creating Conditions 18 Restorative Education and Education:Juvenile Delinquents for Profound Bridget Cooper Empathy The "New" New Civics: Exploring Empathy Through a Video Game James Diamond Empathy as Intersubjectivity: Resolving Hume and Smith‟s Divide Matthew Schertz 13 68 Middle School Moral Development: Climate, Discourse, and Teacher Darcia Narvaez Efficacy Vladimir Khmelkov, Darcia Middle School Academic and Social Climate Influences on Moral Character Narvaez, Julianne C. Turner, Jenny Vaydich, Andrea Christensen Teacher Discourse and Its Relation to Moral Character Darcia Narvaez, Julianne C. Turner, Gayle Mullen 14 Linking Professionalism with Ethical Moral Efficacy 25 A New Scale for Measuring Teacher Capacities Darcia J. BebeauVladimir Muriel Narvaez, Sense and Act: Assessing Ethical Sensitivity, Reasoning, and Danielle King, Sean Cavanaugh, Implementation in Resident Physicians Adina Kalet 5:45-7:00 R-301 Classroom Relationships: Preparation for Living Respectfully in the World? D. Kay Johnston R-302 Taiwan‟s Civic Education: Based on The Dialectic between Globalization Chou-Sung Yang and Localization R-303 Teachers' Sensitivity to Social Justice: Beliefs and Practice Mary Louise Arnold, Dwight Boyd R-304 Packaging Boyhood: Masculinity, Media, and Moral Education Lyn Mikel Brown, Mark B. Tappan, Sharon Lamb R-305 Factors Influencing Moral Development in Professional Education Trevor S. Harding, Cynthia J. Finelli, Donald D. Carpenter, Matthew J. Mayhew R-307 The Moral Judgment of Gifted Adolescents: An Exploratory Study Ashley Lewis R-308 The Ethical Decision-Making Behaviour of Advertising Executives Diane Rutkow Persky R-309 Promoting Democratic Values Across Nations: Findings from a Long-term John McGurgan, Tatyana V. American-Russian Partnership Tsyrlina, Joseph H. Rustick R-310 Educating Children About Peace, Inclusive Thinking, and Nonviolent Marshall Strax Problem Solving R-312 Total Moral Education: The Outlines of the 1920s Americanization John Kenneth Press Movement R-313 Teaching for Moral Democracy: Lessons from School and University Tom Wilson, John Gunderson Contexts R-314 Implications for Moral Education Practices from the Field Sandra K. Winn R-315 The Evolving Moral Self: Where We‟ve Been and Where We‟re Going Jess Matthews Duval R-316 Culturally-Relevant Teacher Care: Can It Be Quantified? Should We Try? Mari Ann Roberts R-317 Moral Conflicts of Mexican Public School Principals: Loyalties and Maria Cecilia Fierro Evans Consequences R-318 Moral Development through Constructive Controversy Michelle Tichy R-319 The Moral Hero: Using Biography to Teach about Moral Development Debora L. Liddell R-320 Using Realistic Vignettes to Teach Ethical Thinking in Psychological Kathryn M. LaFontana Research R-321 Was Socrates‟ Method of Moral Education Anti-Democratic? Elly Pirocacos R-322 Resources of Confucian Moral Education in a Pluralistic Global Society Kwok Keung Lau R-324 Seeking Cosmopolitan Citizenship: A Comparative Study of Two Theresa B. Alviar-Martin International Schools R-325 Changes of Concept in Global Citizenship for Taiwanese Young People Chiau-Jen Chen Being International Volunteers R-326 Ecological Cosmopolitan and Civic Education: Taiwan‟s Problems Under Chun-Ping Wang Globalizing Condition R-327 An Integrated Approach to Global Ethics Education Changwoo Jeong R-328 Creating the Ethical Inclusive Classroom Carol Strax R-329 Individual Traits and Prosocial Behavior of Elementary Students in Korea Chae-Yun Uhm R-330 Moral Development of Teachers by Teaching Career and School Level in Hyunjoo Won Korea R-331 College Students‟ Perception of Parental Use of Moral Socialization Jupian J. Leung Techniques R-332 Stage 7 and Multiple Moral Issues Gunnar Jorgensen R-333 Promoting Student Civic Involvement and Social Action Joseph Corsetti, Meredith Gavrin 5:45-7:00 WELCOME RECEPTION Shorin Room, Kimmel Center 8th Floor Sponsor: St. John's University Welcome: Jerrold Ross and John Snarey Entertainment: NYU Steinhardt String Quartet 7:00 DINNER ON YOUR OWN 6:30-10:00 AME EXECUTIVE BOARD PRE-CONFERENCE "WORKING" DINNER Payne Room, Pless Hall-4th Floor Host: John Snarey TYPE RM # Papers Papers Symposium Symposium Papers Papers Symposium TYPE RM# Symposium Papers Papers Symposium Papers Symposium Papers enter 8th Floor FRIDAY / NOVEMBER 16 TIME ACTIVITY 8:00-5:00 REGISTRATION DESK Kimmell Center, RM 405 8:30-10:30 MORNING COFFEE Kimmell Center, RM 405 9:15-10:30 WELCOME: Dr. Mary Brabeck, Dean of New York University's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development Dr. John Sexton, President of New York Univeristy, Dr. John Snarey, President of the Association for Moral Education KOHLBERG LECTURE: DR. KWAME ANTHONY APPIAH, Laureance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University "Global Citizenship" 10:45-12:00 SESSION # PROPOSAL # TITLE AUTHOR 15 5 Global Citzenship and State Standards in Social Studies and Civics Anatoli Rapoport Civic Identity Crystallization in a Religious Particularistic Venue Gross Zehavit 16 77 Concepts, Research and Practices of Linking Different Perspectives Wiel Veugelers, Victor Battistich Morality, Spirituality and Global Citizenship Kirsi Tirri Moral Character Education: An Integrative Approach Darcia Narvaez Moral Development and Citizenship Education from a Political Education Perspective Fritz Oser, Horst Biedermann Moral Development and Citizenship Education from a Critical Pedagogy Perspective Wiel Veugelers 17 32 Being White/Being Good: White Complicity, Moral Responsibility and Social Barbara Applebaum Justice Pedagogy Social Class, Income Disparity: Children's Awareness and Teachers' Elizabeth Baird Saenger, Responsibility Joan Arrowsmith The Moral Dimension of Tolerance to Human Diversity Rivka Witenberg 18 31 Community Education and the Construction of Democracy and Citizenship Ulisses F. Araujo Values Social Education as Part of a National Curriculum in Israel Yael Barenholtz The Chinese Debate over Deyu and the New Curriculum Reform Zhenzhou Zhao, Chuanbao Tan 19 56 Social Change, Values, and the Management of "Positioning" Helen Haste Positioning in the Process of Deliberating Controversial Ethical and Political Angela Bermudez Issues Positioning the Embodied Experience of Young Women Political Masum Momaya Professionals Leticia Braga Being or Becoming an Immigrant? Understanding Adolescents' Contextualized Identities Salie Abrahams, Helen Haste "You Can't Oppress Yourself": Identity and Re-positioning in Post-Apartheid 20 72 Translating Developmental Theory and Research into Educational Practice: Kimberly Schonert-Reichel, Findings from University-School Board Partnerships Developed to Promote Lisa Pedrini Students‟ Social Responsibility Assessing Social Experience and Socially Responsible Behavior in Lisa Pedrini, Jan Sippel, Secondary Students Shelly Hymel, Terry Waterhouse Creating Socially Responsible Learning Communities in Elementary Schools: Translating Theory into Practice Maureen Dockendorf, Sharon LeClair Linking Theory and Research to Practice: The Role of Classroom and School “Connectedness” to Social Responsibility, Empathy-Related Molly Stewart Lawlor, Responding, and Academic Motivation Kimberly Schonert-Reichel, 21 70 Film Screening of American Idealist: The Story of Sargent Shriver Bruce Orenstein Anna Gomberg 22 Publishing in Academic Journals: Tips to Help You Publish Successfully Graham Hobbs 23 13 Exploring Thematic Analyses of Interviews with Cambodian-American Kaye Cook, Meghan Savina Buddhists and Christians Meetings with Remarkable Men and Women: On Teaching Moral Roger Bergman Exemplars 12-12:45 12:45-1:45 PLENARY 1: DR. ANNE COLBY, Psychologist and Seniro Scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (INTRODUCTION BY DR. JAMES HENNESSY, Dean of the Graduate School of Education at Fordam University ) "Educationg for Democracy: Preparing Undergraduates for Responsible Political Engagement" 2:00-3:15 SESSION # PROPOSAL # TITLE AUTHOR 24 76 "Enter More Deeply": Facing Fear in Anti-Racist Education Barbara S. Stengel, Mary Casey, Tracey Weis Seeing Race/Reading Fear: Memory and History Tracey Weis Fear and Racism: The Tyranny of Judgment and the Failure of Imagination Barbara S. Stengel Fear, Race and Relationship in Adolescent Development Mary Casey 25 30 Teaching for Peace to Children of War in Sri Lanka Chandi Fernando A Theoretical Framework for Peace Education among Israelis and Shai Fuxman Palestinians Joshua P. Morgan, Kevin Being a Peacemaker: Muslim and Christian Peacemakers‟ Faith-Based Reimer, Joy Bustrum, Values Theresa Tisdale 26 64 Religion and Morality Rene Arcilla Morality and Religious Pluralism Lawrence Blum Catholicism and Pluralism within and Outside of Religious Groups F. Clark Power Kohlberg's Moral and Religious Exemplars: Through the Eyes of William John Snarey, Lynn Bridgers James 27 74 A Cosmopolitan Orientation to the World: Hope, Thought, and Dialogue Stephanie Burdick-Shepherd, Cristina Cammarano, Gonzalo Obelleiro, David T. Hansen Seeing With Hope: A Direction for Cosmopolitan Education Stephanie Burdick-Shepherd The Necessity of Forgetfulness and Remembrance in Cosmopolitan Thinking Cristina Cammarano 28 Tensions in Vision as for Citizenship in the Cosmopolitan 44 A Dialogical Educationa Core Elementin the West and in Asia Gonzalo Obelleiro Lutz H. Eckensberger Panoply of Values: Tracing the Perceptions and Origins in Rajasthani Divya Sharma, Prerana Families Mohite The Making of Legal Culture in Three Chinese Societies Thomas Kwan-Choi Tse, 29 42 Narrative Imagination, Human Rights, and the Catholic Tradition R.W. Carstens Peer Influence, Religious Beliefs and Ethical Conduct among Adolescents Leslie K. Grier, Wendy Gudiel Religious Ideals, Cosmopolitanism and Democracies Michael S. Merry, Doret J. de Ruyter 30 16 Myth, Story and Narrative in Modern Rites of Moral Passage Robert Davis, David Carr The OC at the AME: Moral Messages in Adolescent Media Rebecca J. Glover, Lance C. Garmon Submitting to Liberation: The Corn is Green as Anti-Oppressive Pedagogy James Stillwaggon, David Jelinek 31 9 Examining the Relationship Between Cheating and Trust among College Alesha Seroczynski, Kathryn Students Scheid Attitude of High School Students Toward Moral Education Hema Pant Civic Engagement and Moral Development of Undergraduate Honors Jacqueline R. Klein 32 19 StudentsIn Morally Relevant Situations: A Result of Moral Intuition or Moral Judging Karin Heinrichs Reflection? Intuitive Moral Judgements and Moral Reasoning Albert W. Musschenga Stages in Action: A Complex Example from a Politician‟s Life Don Collins Reed 33 53 Assessing Democratic Values: Methodological Challenges and Strategies Melinda Fine, Ethan Lowenstein, Angela Bermudez Assessing Students‟ Democratic Dispositions: Tolerance and Civic Responsibility Melinda Fine Developing New Measures of Teacher Efficacy in Civics and Moral Education Ethan Lowenstein 3-3:30 SODA BREAK 3:30-4:45 SESSION # PROPOSAL # TITLE AUTHOR 34 36 Moral Skill Training: A New Method of Moral Education in Japan Yasunari Hayashi A Case Study of Planning, Implementation and Evaluation for Character- (Angela) Chi-Ming Lee Based School Culture The Importance of Impressions in Character Education Endeavors Matthew Schertz 35 29 The Forgiving Child: Forgiveness Education for Children in Impoverished Anthony Holter, Robert D. Communities Enright Adolescence and Violence: Building and Integrating Networks of Protection Clary Milnitsky-Sapiro, Carmem Craidy Adolescent Girls‟ Relational Aggression: Second Year Follow-up Results of Dawn Schrader, Jess the Matthews Duval, Christine Bully-Victim-Bystander Dynamic Interaction Model and the Development of Gouveia 36 38 Catholic School Pedagogy From/For the Dissent of the Faithful Graham McDonough The Place of "I" in Moral Education and Moral Development Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi Christian Perspectives on Harry Potter: Tool of Satan or Christian Parable? Amie Senland, Elizabeth Vozzola 37 57 Teaching History, Teaching Ethics, Teaching Democracy Joan Malczewski, James W. Fraser, Diana Turk, Rachel Mattson Good History is Good Democratic Civic Engagement . . . and Vice Versa James W. Fraser Democratic Preparation of Democratic Teachers Diana Turk Theater of the Assessed: A Historian Considers the Promise and Challenge Rachel Mattson of Drama-Based Pedagogies in the History Classroom 38 59 Racial and Ethical Sensitivity in Teacher Training: A Theory-Driven Model of Selcuk R. Sirin, Mary M. Applied Ethics Brabeck Increasing School Professionals‟ Cultural Competence: Findings From an Lauren Rogers-Sirin, Kadidja Intervention Study Diallo, Frank Pignatosi Implementing an Ethical Sensitivity Development Program in Teacher Michael J. Maher Education Juan Jorge Michel Fariña, Ethical Sensitivity among Argentinean Teachers: The Spanish Adaptation of Gabriela Salomone, Esteban Racial and Ethical Sensitivity Test (REST) Costa, Alejandra Rodríguez Lamberti, Fernando Pérez 39 43 Cooperative Learning: Roles and Opportunities for Civic Education Ferretti Chris Arney Kant‟s Political Morality and Educating for Cosmopolitan Citizenship Pradeep A. Dhillon Dewey‟s Lessons from the War: Implications for Civic and Democratic Jessica Ching-Sze Wang 40 24 Educationand Emotional Dynamics in Moral Motivation and Development Cognitive Ulas Kaplan On the Significance of the Problem of Moral Motivation Gerhard Minnameier Moral Imagination to Shape Education Azize Özgüven 41 70 Film Screening of American Idealist: The Story of Sargent Shriver Bruce Orenstein, Anna (repeat session) Gomberg 42 60 Teacher Growth in Moral Education: The Next Generation of Measures Sigrun Adalbjarnardottir, Ethan Lowenstein, Robert Selman, Dennis Barr Teachers‟ Pedagogical Visions: A New Analytical Model Sigrun Adalbjarnardottir The Next Generation of Teacher Performance Measures in Civic and Moral Ethan Lowenstein Implications of New Research on the Teachers‟ Methods to Deal with Robert Selman, Dennis Barr Ethical Controversy in the Classroom for Developmental Theory and Moral Education 43 15 Building a Moral Community: The Legacy of Janusz Korczak Sara Efrat Efron Children‟s Attitudes toward Superheroes as a Potential Indicator of Justin Frank Martin Children‟s Moral Understanding Transcendence in the Lives of Moral Exemplars: Addressing Moral Lawrence J. Walker, Jeremy Psychology‟s Blind-Spot A. Frimer 5:00-6:15 SESSION # PROPOSAL # TITLE AUTHOR 44 12 Preparing Dutch Undergraduates for Lives of Moral and Civic Responsibility Rob Boschhuizen, Joyce Aalberts It‟s All Good: A Fresh Look at Ethical Relativism Theo L. Dawson, Zachary Stein Perceived Moral Behaviors, Roles and Problems in Teacher Education Feyza Doyran 45 6 Conflicting Moralities in Children‟s Literature: Children’s Choices and Adults‟ John D. Beach Agendas Literature and the Cultivation of Ethical Relationship across Difference Ann Chinnery Shakespearean Drama as a Tool of Reconciliation in War-torn Bosnia Andrew Garrod, Anthony Luckett 46 41 The Network of Interdependence as a Basis for Moral Education Nobumichi Iwasa African American Secondary Teachers and Their Perceptions of Care for Mari Ann Roberts Their African American Students Integrating Moral Education into Junior High Working Class Students Yu-Chen Wu, Fwu-Yuan Resistant Culture: A Case Study of Taiwan Weng, Wei-Lin Tan, Ming- Lun Chung, I-Chien Li 47 17 A Generation Lost – Biographical Pathways of Female Elders in South Detlef Garf, Hyo-Seon Lee Korea Josephine Hauer Marriage and Relationship Education for Poor Couples: Does it Work? 48 33 What Makes a School Democratic? A Nation-Wide Study of School Jason J. Barr Practices E.Doyle Stevick, Bradley A.U. Cultural Context and the Qualitative Study of Democratic Citizenship Levinson Education Ronald Lee Zigler 49 48 Democratic Values and The Social Visions of Aldous Huxley Part One: The Steve Thoma, Jenifer Short, Exploring Aquino and Reed‟s Measure of Moral Identity Vin Porter 50 61 Triune Ethics: Testing a Neurobiologically-Rooted Moral Psychology Theory John Snarey, Darcia Narváez Triune Ethics Theory: A Neurobiologically-based Moral Psychology Darcia Narváez Dispositional Aspects of Triune Ethics Theory Bradley Mattan, Ryan Kreager, Darcia Narváez Priming Reasoning for Security or Engagement: Situational Aspects of Nicholas Lynchard, Ryan Triune Ethics Theory Kreager, Bradley Mattan, 51 49 Creating Technological "Safe Space" for Dialogue: Diverse Teacher Darcia Narváez Benjamin H. Dotger, Michael Candidate Interactions J. Maher Helping Teachers to Develop a Moral Language About Teaching Willem Wardekker, Yvonne Leeman What Do Teachers Do to Raise Good Citizens? Michael McCambridge, Julia Sieger 52 11 Activity Theory, Expansive Learning and Research in Moral Education Geir Afdal A Trans-actional Approach to Moral Development Matthew Pamental Accessing the Moral Zone of Proximal Development in Children Val D. Turner 6:15-7:00 RECEPTION Sponsor: Fordham University, Graduate School of Education Host: James Hennessey, Dean of the Graduate School of Education NO HOST DINNER (Sign-up in Kimmel-4th Floor) 7:00-10:30 JME EXECUTIVE BOARD DINNER MEETING Payne Room, 82 Washington Square East, P Hosts: STEVE THOMA AND HELEN HASTE opment ducation Princeton University Skirball Theater TYPE RM # Papers Symposium Papers Papers Symposium Symposium FILM Special Topic Papers Eisner and Lubin Hall TYPE RM # Symposium Papers Symposium Symposium Papers Papers Papers Papers Papers Symposium TYPE RM # Papers Papers Papers Symposium Symposium Papers Papers FILM Symposium Papers TYPE RM # Papers Papers Papers Papers Papers Papers Symposium Papers Papers Rosenthal Pavillion, 10th Floor mel-4th Floor) shington Square East, Pless Hall-4th Floor SATURDAY / NOVEMBER 17 TIME ACTIVITY 8:00-5:00 REGISTRATION DESK Kimmell Center, RM 405 8:30-9:30 MORNING COFFEE Kimmell Center, RM 405 9:30-10:30 PLENARY 2: DR. PEDRO NOGUERA, Professor at the Steinhardt School at New York University "Safety and Caring in Schools: Addressing the Moral Basis of School Discipline Policies Introduction and Welcome: Júlio Rique 9:30-10:30 PLENARY 3: DR. PATRICIA MISCHE, Professor at Antioch College "Educating for a Deeper Democracy, Peace and Humanity: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow" and Welcome: Elizabeth Vozzola Introduction 10:45-12:00 SESSION # PROPOSAL # TITLE AUTHOR TYPE 53 85 Mechanisms of Transformation in the Loss and Charles Blakeney, Ronnie Papers Recovery of Integrity Blakeney Psychologized Morality and the Varieties of Ethical Bruce Maxwell Naturalism 54 83 Educating for Dissent and Non-Compliant Citizenship Bill Puka Symposium Elly Vozzola Phyllis Curtis-Tweed Cheryl Armon 55 75 The Place of Dialogue in Reconstructing the Megan Laverty Symposium Cosmopolitan Ideal David T. Hansen Eduardo M. Duarte The Idea of Dialogue as a Way to Understand and be Megan Laverty Human Responding to the Call of Dialogue: Contours of the David T. Hansen Cosmopolitan Sensibility Nos.Otros/Nosotros, Our Others/Us: the Strange Eduardo M. Duarte Dialogic Arrival of the Cosmopolitan Idea 56 45 Integrating Getting to Yes With Kohlberg‟s Approach Daniel Candee Papers To Moral Education Addressing Conflict in History/Social Studies Deborah Donahue-Keegan Classrooms: Possibilities and Moral Challenges Raw Conflict: Exploring the Middle East with Students Gabriel Reich 57 58 New Perspectives on Teaching and Learning History: Alan Stoskopf, Angela Symposium Investigating the Role of Ethics and Emotions in Bermudez, Ulrike Kuhlmann Historical Inquiry Robert Selman, Mario Carretero Intellectual Rigor, Ethical Reflection and Emotional Alan Stoskopf, Angela Engagement in Facing History and Ourselves Bermudez Understanding Choices in Historical Context – Ulrike Kuhlmann, Robert Encounters of Research in Historical Understanding Selman and a Developmental Theory on Social Awareness Could History Teaching in Latin America Contribute to Mario Carretero Moral Development? 58 52 Multicultural Issues in Civic Education: International A. Donald Biggs Symposium Perspectives Robert Colesante Gerald Porter Patrícia Batalgia Citizenship and the Common Good Robert Colesante Multicultural Issues in Civic Education – Black Gerald Porter Oppositional Identity and Alienation from Citizenship Multicultural Issues in Civic Education - Moral Patrícia Bataglia Competence and Citizenship in Brazil 59 46 Towards a Reclaimed “Critical” Peace Education Monisha Bajaj Papers Relativism for Absolutists: the Role of Moral Steven Cresap, Louis Tietje Reflection in a Multicultural Curriculum Are Psychopaths Morally Sensitive? Bruce Maxwell, Leonie LeSage 60 67 Polity (Not Democracy) as the Moral Aim of Education Robert W. Howard, Max Symposium Riley Jennifer Preisman, Laura Hernandez Education for Polity (not Democracy) Robert W. Howard, Jennifer Preisman From Citizenship to Student Achievement: Getting There From Here Max Riley, Robert W. Howard Service-Learning for Academic Success, Social Capital, Citizenship, and Morality 61 27 Coaches as Moral Educators: Raising the Bar in Cheryl Armon, Stephen Papers Youth Sports Venables Children and Adolescents Conceptions of Personal, Jennifer Cole Wright Social, and Moral Issues The Use of Forgiveness Education with At-Risk Suzanne Freedman Adolescents 62 20 From Our Needs to Our Norms: Ontogeny Meets Joan Goodman Papers Teleology Ideals from the Good (A)moral Life Stijn Sieckelinck, Doret de Ruyter The Politics of Moral Education: A Chinese Example Tianlong Yu 12:15-1:45 LUNCH WITH DR. CAROL GILLIGAN, Professor at the Steinhardt School at New York University "The Scarlet Letter: A Play Inspired by Hawthorne's Novel" Introduction and Welcome: John Snarey 2:00-3:15 SESSION # PROPOSAL # TITLE AUTHOR TYPE 63 7 Moral and Civic Consciousness Among National Vishalache Balakrishnan, Papers Service Participants in Malaysia Student Rights and Human Rights Education- (Jennifer) Chia-Fan Lin Taiwan‟s Experience The Sprout of Taiwanese Democratic Education Chin Chueh Wang 64 78 Selfish or Fair: Integrating Economic Game Theory Symposium and Moral Development Sharing from Childhood to Adulthood: Negotiation Monika Keller, Thomas Strategies and Outcomes Canz, Michaela Gummerum Moral Emotions and Morally Relevant Behaviors in Tina Malti Childhood Preschool Children‟s Moral Emotions and Prosocial Michaela Gummerum, Behavior in Dictator Monika Keller, Katrin Rust, Yaniv Hanoch, Kimberly Schonert-Reichel 65 35 Moral Judgment Stage Development Across Cultures: John Gibbs, Karen S. Papers Revisiting Kohlberg‟s Claims of Universality Basinger, Rebecca L. Grime The Impact of Democratization on Moral Judgement Competence: The Case of Poland (1977-1982) Ewa Nowak, Georg Lind 66 82 Democracy on Demand, not Democracy by Consent: Bill Puka Papers Educating for "Bad" Citizenship Cheryl Armon Ann Hawthorne 67 67 The 4Rs Program: A Collaboration of Practitioners Symposium and Researchers in School-Based Conflict Resolution Reading, Writing, Respect and Resolution, The 4Rs Tom Roderick Program Experimental Impacts of the 4Rs Program on Joshua L. Brown, Stephanie Children‟s Social-Emotional and Academic M. Jones, J. Lawrence Aber Functioning Over the Course of Two Years The Challenge of Assessing and Changing School Maria D. LaRusso, Joshua Climate: Understanding the Complexities of Schools L. Brown, Stephanie M. as Whole Units Composed of Multiple Contexts Jones, J. Lawrence Aber 68 63 Dilemmas and Hierachical Complexity in the Study of Ean Stuart Bett Symposium Moral Development Finding the Relationships Among Moral Ean Stuart Bett, Carrie Developmental Measures Using the Model of Melissa Ost, Michael Hierarchical Complexity and Rasch Analysis Lamport Commons, James Meredith Day, Terri Lee Robinett, Sara Nora Ross, Helena Marchand Maria Judith Sucupira da Costa Lins Effects of a Structured Public Issues Discourse Process on Individual and Group Moral Development Sara Nora Ross Comparing Moral Reasoning Instruments Using the 69 Imaginary Literary Worlds and Moral Rasch Analysis Terri Lee Robinett Robert Papers 14 Model of Hierarchical Complexity andEducation Geoff Madoc-Jones, Manery The Non-Instrumental Contribution of the Arts to Panagiota Sidiropoulou, Moral and Spiritual Formation David Carr 70 3 Future Scenarios; A Key to Young People's Civic Helen Haste, Amy Hogan Papers Engagement? Teaching Global Citizenship to Japanese University Robin Sakamoto Students Can Young Adolescents Be Cosmopolitan Agents of Theresa Sullivan Community Change? 71 22 Academic Environment in High School and Moral Patrícia Bataglia, Papers Competence Marcia Schillinger-Agati, Georg Lind Luciana Augusta Gomes Haddad Designing and Validating a Computer-animated Moral Yuejin Xu Reasoning Test for Young Children 72 84 Moral Development and Democratic Attitudes: Are James M. Day Papers there developmental pre-sets for sympathies toward terrorists and terrorist acts? The Estranged Self: Recovering Some Grounds for James Conroy Pluralism 3:30-4:45 SESSION # PROPOSAL # TITLE AUTHOR TYPE 73 23 Quick-REST: A Measure of Cultural Competence as Selcuk Sirin, Lauren Roger- Papers an Ethical Responsibility Sirin, Brian A. Collins Moral Development and Conceptions of Teaching Jason Stephens, GNA Among Undergraduates Garcia Standardization of the Korean Version of DIT Yong-Lin Moon, Minkang 74 8 Socialization into Moral Reasoning in a Torah School Netta Avineri Papers Classroom Acculturation Effects: Moral Learning in a Multicultural Catherine Ann Cameron, Society Cindy Lau, Kang Lee, Jennifer O‟Leary, Trudi S.F. Chan, Genyue Fu Japanese Moral Theme Comprehension: Report on Robin Sakomoto an Exploratory Study 75 21 Moral References During Storytelling: Preservice Charlotte Horton,Steven Papers Teachers‟ Communication to Young Children Thoma, Maria Hernandez- Reif Fostering Social, Emotional, and Moral Understanding Angela Jaramillo, Kimberly During The Preschool Years A. Schonert-Reichl 76 39 Teaching Professional Ethics in a Pluralistic Society: Matthew W. Keefer Papers Proceeding without Agreement Promoting the Ethical Development of Undergraduate Christopher D. Schmidt, Business Students Charles R. McAdams, Christopher P. Adkins On the Role of Authority in Adult-Child Sex Jan Steutel, Ben Spiecker 77 51 Character, Moral, and Citizenship Education in a Victor Battistich Symposium Democratic Society Where Character Meets Citizenship Wolfgang Althof, Marvin W. Berkowitz Moral and Performance Character: Building Brenda Light Bredemeier, Character and Citizenship Through Sports David Light Shields Media Education and Civic Engagement: Empowering Spring Schmidt, Melinda Youth to Make Healthy Choices Bier 78 54 Approaches to Education for Democracy in Peru and Susana Frisancho Symposium Mexico María Cristina Moreno G. Susana Patiño González José Alberto Mesa Ann Higgins-D'Alessandro Citizen Education and Transitional Justice: Results Susana Frisancho from a National Evaluation in Peru Civic and Ethics Education at the Elementary Level in Maria Cristina Moreno G. Mexico: Challenges and Responses Compassion as a Moral Duty Susana Patiño González 79 69 Mixed Method and Longitudinal Approaches to Erin O‟Connor Film Understanding Student-Teacher Relationships, Luba Falk Feigenberg Classroom Climate, and School Climate as Maria D. LaRusso Interrelated Contexts of Children‟s Development Joshua L. Brown Stephanie M. Jones J. Lawrence Aber Quality of Student-Teacher Relationships Throughout Erin O'Connor Elementary School: Contextual Predictors Context Matters: A Mixed-Methods Study on the Luba Falk Feigenberg Influence of School Climate on Students‟ Behavior and Social Development in Early Adolescence Mixed Method Analyses of Schools as Contexts for Maria D. LaRusso Social and Moral Development in Middle Childhood Joshua L. Brown Stephanie M. Jones 80 65 The Role of Purpose in Moral Functioning J. Lawrence Aber Kendall Cotton Bronk, Symposium Daniel Lapsley, Seana Moran Humility among Purposeful Adolescents Kendall Cotton Bronk Purpose and Well-Being in Adulthood Daniel Lapsley, Jay Brandenburger, Anthony Burrow, Jessica Collado, Patrick Hill The Moral Commitments of Creators 81 71 Effectiveness of the "Roots of Empathy" Program on Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl Symposium Children‟s Social-Emotional Competence: Veronica Smith, Darcia Considering Theory, Context, and Cumulative Effects Narváez, Bryan W. Sokol, Clyde Hertzman, Denise Buote, Stuart Hammond, Theo Elfers, Snjezana Huerta-Kralj, Angela M. Jaramillo, Michaela Jelen, Janine Odishaw Empathy, Agency, and the “Rules” of Inter-Personal Stuart Hammond, Theo Engagement Elfers, Snjezana Huerta- Kralj, Bryan Sokol What you See is What You Get: Considering Context Veronica Smith, Michaela and Process in an Evaluation of a Social Emotional Jelen, Janine Odishaw Learning Program Long-Term Impact of "Roots of Empathy" on Social Kimberly A. Schonert- Competence with School-Aged Children: Theoretical, Reichl, Veronica Smith, Developmental and Contextual Considerations Denise Buote, Angela M. 82 34 The Meaning of Equality to South African Learners: Rhashida Hilliard Papers The Case of Reasoma Secondary Teaching for Mature Interdependence Jeremy Leeds Discourse of Human Dignity – Analysis of Swedish Anna Tapola Prospective 4:30-5:15 AME TOWN HALL BUISNESS MEETING Welcome: John Snarey, President of the Association for Moral Education 5:15-6:15 POSTER SESSIONS POSTER # TITLE AUTHOR P- 201 Demographic and Classroom Predictors of the Quality Caitlin E. Cline of Teacher-Student Relationships Stephanie M. Jones Joshua L. Brown J. Lawrence Aber P-202 Mo Tsu and Cosmopolitanism Fumiyuki Ohnishi P-203 The Five Dynamics: an assumption of morality in Hyun Chang Lee Eastern thought Stephen Sherblom P-204 The Psychological Well-Being of “Seeking” and Patrick L. Hill “Achieving” Purpose in Adulthood Jessica Collado Anthony Burrow Jay Brandenberger Daniel K. Lapsley P-205 Mechanisms of Moral Disengagement and Increased Jessica Ashley Carroll levels of Aggression in a College Population P-206 Educators and Students thoughts on Moral Ana Carvajal Reasoning, Wisdom and Character Michel Ferrari P-207 An Analysis of Elementary School Students‟ Hee-Sun Chang Comprehension of Korean Version of DIT P-208 Children‟s Social Cognition, Moral Emotion Attribution, Theo Elfers and Prosocial Behavior Snjezana Huerta-Kralj Stuart Hammond Stephanie McKenzie Jayne Sidall Bryan Sokol P-209 Examining Differences Between School Counselors‟ Dana Griffin & School Counseling Interns‟ Moral Development Victoria Foster P-210 An Empirical Study of Psychological Influences in Natalie Homa Unger‟s Moral Philosophy Jason Cowell Heidi Giebel Tonia Bock P-211 Evaluation of the “Uncle Dan‟s Report Card” Moral Jesse Graham Education Program P-212 Measuring classroom connectedness: Classrooms as Snjezana Huerta-Kralj contexts for children‟s socio-moral development P-213 Intercultural understanding education and moral Araki Kazutomo development and education P-214 Effects of family and peer support on social skills Junko Enomoto among adolescents Yayoi Watanabe P-216 A Sociocognitive Approach: Moral and Social Nicholas Lynchard Prototype Relationships Darcia Narvaez P-217 Saving the Dying: Effects of Playing a Prosocial Video Carl MacMichael Game Bradley Mattan Darcia Narváez P-218 Integrity, Generativity and Values: An Examination of Patrick L. Hill the Integrity Scale Jessica A. Jimenez Laura Nawrocki Daniel K. Lapsley P-219 The Role of Emotion in Moral Dilemmas: A Cross Eva E. A. Skoe National Comparison Nancy Eisenberg Siri Neset P-220 Learning virtues through championship in Brazilian Maria Judith Sucupira da public school Costa Lins Eliana Machado de Almeida Monique Marques Longo P-221 Effects of Moral Education on Social Skills and School Yayoi Watanabe Adjustment Tomoko Kobayashi P-222 Exploring naturalistic conceptions of „a moral person‟ Sunghun Kim for Koreans: A pilot study P-223 Analysis of Psychological Processes hindering or Makoto Kobayashi promoting Forgiveness P-224 Facing the Intractable: Seeds of Peace Sara M. Schleien P-225 Changes in moral values of pupils – testing a new Gabriela Fisarová methodology P-226 A possible model of analyzing moral judgments Attila Horvath Júlia Habil Szekszárdi P-227 Reasoning About Majority Rule and Personal Charles C. Helwig Jurisdiction in Mainland China Shaogang Yang Dingliang Tan Chunqiong Liu Tiffany Shao P-228 Moral Reasoning about the Use of Great Apes in Carol Midori Okamoto Research P-229 Perceptions of the Parent-Child Relationship and Jenny Vaydich Antisocial Behavior in Adulthood. P-230 Cognition and Affectivity in Moral Reasoning Valéria Amorim Arantes Viviane Potenza Guimarães Pinheiro P-231 Effects of Corporal Punishment and Empathy on Kate Sherman Moral Development Lance Garmon P-232 Priming the Pump: A Role for Service-Learning in Brian Hoyt Moral Education P-233 Relationship Between Moral Identity And Religiosity Mark Hunter P-234 The Basis for the Construction of Humanizing María Rosa Buxarrais Democratic Citizenship Estrada María del Pilar Zeledón P-235 Values and Moral Reasoning in Military Education Ruíz Wei-Lee Lu Context P-236 The Moral Shadow: Psychosocial Processes Verna E. Monson Moderating Moral Implementation P-237 Teaching Moral and Character Education in Kimberly Persiani-Becker Elementary School through Children‟s Literature P-238 Using the Moral Theme Inventory to Evaluate a Peter L. Samuelson Character Education Curriculum P-239 How Do Korean and Japanese students See Shinobu Sekimizu Gilligan‟s Ethic Model? Soon-Ja Choi P-240 Measuring Ethical Sensitivities Toward Children with Marshall Strax Disabilities: The SECQ P-241 The Impact of a Professional Ethics Course on Minkang Kim Professional Role Concept and Ethical Reasoning P-243 Does Inter-Cultural Experience Foster Moral P. David Glanzer Judgement Competence in College Students? Georg Lind George Nipe P-245 Children Who Choose Not to Eat Meat: A Study of Karen Hussar Early Moral Decision-making P-246 Children‟s Perceptions of Post-Transgression Craig E. Smith Apologies Paul L. Harris P-247 Moral Reasoning and Moral Sensitivity of Medical Jihye Lee Students in Korea P-248 Teaching Juveniles Normative Theories Terje Halvorsen P-249 Teaching Ethics about the Environment: The Problem Christopher Schlottmann of Advocacy P-250 Structures and levels of students‟ moral judgment Nicola Mittelsten Scheid, competence Corinna Hößle 5:45-6:45 RECEPTION / COCKTAIL HOUR Sponsor: Teachers College, Columbia University Welcome: David Hansen and John Conroy Starting at Ira Shankman Conducts NYU Steinhardt Jazz Singers 6:10 6:30-10:30 BANQUET Eisner and Lubin Hall Shorin Auditorium RM # Eisner and Lubin Hall RM # RM # Shorin Hall Eisner and Lubin Hall RM # Eisner and Lubin Hall Rosenthal Pavilion SUNDAY / NOVEMBER 18 TIME ACTIVITY 9:00-12:00 AME EXECUTIVE BOARD POST-CONFERENCE BREAKFAST MEETING James Conroy, Presiding over the Meeting Payne Room, Pless Hall 4th Floor
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