6th Annual Moral Literacy Colloquium
"Putting Moral Literacy to Work—9 Years Later"
Join us at Penn State for the 2013 Moral Literacy Colloquium. The theme of this year's meeting, Putting Moral Literacy to Work—9 Years Later, will provide a context for considering how the theory and practice of moral literacy has evolved over the past nine years in the context of educational leadership. The colloquium is designed to engage both practitioner and academic experiences and perspectives. The two days will feature keynote speakers, panel sessions, and several interactive sessions.
This year's event is organized by the Rock Ethics Institute and opens on Friday, April 12 at 5:00 p.m. at the Nittany Lion Inn and continues on Saturday, April 13 in the Rackley Building of the Penn State campus.
Our intent is to tap into the collective experience of the participants to learn about how they perceive moral literacy in their various professional contexts. This will include discussions of best practices, theory development, social and professional issues, perceptions of progress or decline in moral literacy, and proposals for future initiatives.
The audience will include a mix of faculty, practitioners, and graduate students from the US and Canada. As has been our pattern, there will be an emphasis on interaction among all participants across both days.
Dawn LaFargue, Penn State University
Pauline Leonard, Louisiana Tech University
Wafa Hozien, Virginia State University
Hollie Mackey, University of Oklahoma
Sarah Clark Miller, Penn State University
Joseph Polizzi, Marywood University
Daniel Schochor, Crossroads School, Baltimore
Lindy Zaretsky, Geneva Center for Autism, Toronto
There is no fee associated with attending the colloquium, and all meals are provided for all participants Friday evening through Saturday evening; however you must be registered in advance to attend. Register by contacting Deborah Trialonas at email@example.com by April 5, 2013.