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CROSSING BORDERS IN INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE
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Reviewed By: Council on Anthropology and Education
Wednesday, November 14, 2012: 8:00 PM-9:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Alicia Re Cruz (University of North Texas)
Chairs:  Alicia Re Cruz (University of North Texas)
Discussants:  Jennifer D Lucko (Dominican University)
8:00 PM
Anthropological Tools to Deal with Borders and Classrooms
Alicia Re Cruz (University of North Texas and University of North Texas)
8:15 PM
Contributions of Anthropology At the Initial Teacher Training or How and Why a Professor  uses the Anthropology In Classes of Initial Teacher Training
Caridad Hernandez-Sanchez (Complutense Univeristy of Madrid (Spain) and Complutense Univeristy of Madrid (Spain))
8:30 PM
Crossing Boarders In Intercultural Education: Are There Borders to Cross?
Teresa Hernandez Gonzalez (Concordia University)
8:45 PM
Discussant
Jennifer D Lucko (Dominican University)
9:00 PM
From Theory to Practice and Back. Expectations, Dilemmas and Challenges of My Fieldwork In a School Program for Immigrant Students
Margarita del Olmo (National Council for Scientific Research (CSIC, Spain) and National Council for Scientific Research (CSIC, Spain))
9:15 PM
Reclaiming or Essencializing Culture? Contradictions From My Fieldwork In Schools In Bolivia
Carmen Osuna Nevado (UNED and Universidad Nacional de EducaciĆ³n a Distancia)
9:30 PM
Discussion