5-0950
BUILDING ANTHROPOLOGICAL BRIDGES BETWEEN STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: TEACHING AND LEARNING IN DIVERSE CLASSROOMS
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Sponsored By: General Anthropology Division
Saturday, November 17, 2012: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Mary Alice Scott (New Mexico State Univ) and Lauren Miller Griffith (Central Michigan University)
Chairs:  Mary Alice Scott (New Mexico State Univ) and John M. Coggeshall (Clemson University)
Discussants:  Holly Kathryn Norton (Syracuse University) and K Anne Pyburn (Indiana University)
4:00 PM
Diversity In Practice and Content: Encouraging Dialogue In Undergraduate Anthropology Classrooms
Alicia Ebbitt McGill (North Carolina State University) and Dru E McGill (Indiana University)
4:30 PM
The Rural Community On Education and the University:  Exploring a Disconnect
Caitlin Beth Homrich (Central Michigan University)
4:45 PM
Anthropology and the Online Adult Learner: Building Bridges for Successful Teaching and Learning for Nontraditional Students
Darlene A Smucny (University of Maryland, University College and University of Maryland University College) and Merrily Stover (UMUC and University of Maryland University College (UMUC))
5:00 PM
“Serving Those Who Serve”: Anthropology and the Military Learner
Merrily Stover (UMUC and University of Maryland University College (UMUC)) and Darlene A Smucny (University of Maryland, University College and University of Maryland University College)
5:15 PM
Discussant
Holly Kathryn Norton (Syracuse University)
5:30 PM
Discussant
K Anne Pyburn (Indiana University)