Presentations at 2012 CIES Conference

                                        56th Annual Conference of the
                       Comparative and International Education Society
                                    Sunday, April 22 - Friday, April 27
                                               San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Participation of EAPS faculty, students and associates
at the 2012 CIES Conference
(in alphabetical order)

Presenter

Title of Presentation

Role

Day

Date

Time

Venue

Aaron Benavot

Cognitive neuroscience: Exploring alternative perspectives to improve school quality in the developing world

Workshop Organizer

Sun

22nd April

9:00am– 5:00pm

Main Building, Conference 9

Aaron Benavot

Teacher policy research: learning from case studies and comparative perspectives

Discussant

Tues

24th April

8:30– 10:00am

Main Building, San Cristobal D

Aaron Benavot

Protecting education from violence and extremism and promoting social integration: School-based, curricular, and community responses 

Discussant

Tues

24th April

3:30– 5:00pm

Main Building, Flamingo D

Aaron Benavot

Taking the metaphysics out of globalization research. Theories of comparative education between “world culture” and “path dependence.” 

Discussant

Mon

23rd April

3:30– 5:00pm

Main Building, Flamingo D

Aaron Benavot

Way past 2015: Critically debating the feasibility, utility, and interpretation of long-term educational development projections

Discussant

Fri

27th April

10:15– 11:45am

Main Building, Flamingo A

Paulina Berrios

Boom and decline of university part-time professors in Chile

Presenter

Thurs

26th April

10:15– 11:45am

Main Building, San Cristobal E

Christine Farrugia

Legitimacy of cross-border higher education in the United Arab Emirates (at the New scholars dissertation workshop - by invitation only)

Presenter

Tues

24th April

8:30– 11:45am

Main Building, Conference 4

Maria Khan

Comparative perspectives on the intended mathematics curriculum in Pakistan

Presenter

Fri

27th April

10:15– 11:45am

Main Building, Flamingo C

Suehye Kim

What makes the academic achievement gains?  Comparing structural relationship between Finland and South Korea

Presenter

Thurs

26th April

1:45– 3:15pm

Main Building, Flamingo B

Daniel Knox

Assessment culture and informational self-determination:  A comparative study of electronic performance monitoring in online education in the U.S. and Germany

Presenter

Fri

27th April

10:15– 11:45am

Main Building, Conference 9

Jason Lane

Laboring to learn:  Scholars, students, and the state

Discussant

Thurs

26th April

12:00– 1:30pm

Main Building, Conference 6

Heinz-Dieter Meyer

Ascending to world class? The German university in comparative perspective

Chair and presenter

Tues

24th April

12:00– 1:30pm

Main Building, Flamingo B

Heinz-Dieter Meyer

Deep structures, long comparisons, sudden rapprochements:  Crossing from path dependence to world culture and back

Presenter

Mon

23rd April

3:30– 5:00pm

Main Building, Flamingo D

Taya Owens

The role of third party recruiters in international admissions: A comparison of policies

Presenter

Mon

23rd April

12:00– 1:30pm

Main Building, Conference 6

Bushra Rahim

Performance based budgeting:  A paradigm shift in public financial management in education sector

Presenter

Mon

23rd April

12:00– 1:30pm

Main Building,  San Cristobal D

Treisy Romero

Policy makers’ and teachers’ perspectives of the curriculum:  A comparison between developing and developed countries

Presenter

Fri

27th April

10:15– 11:45am

Main Building, Flamingo C

Dante Salto

International university consortia in Latin America: Origins, developments, and challenges

Presenter

Tues

24th April

8:30– 10:00am

Main Building, Tropical B

Ruirui Sun

How learning beyond secondary education is financed in France, Japan, and the United States

Presenter

Thurs

26th April

8:30– 10:00am

Main Building, Flamingo C

Ruirui Sun

Post-secondary learning patterns, skill portfolios, and labor market outcomes:  The U.S. case

Presenter

Mon

23rd April

10:15– 11:45am

Main Building, Flamingo B

Ruirui Sun

Understanding peer effects and the role of testing and professional communities on student performance:  Evidence from TIMSS

Chair and  presenter

Thurs

26th April

3:30– 5:00pm

Main Building, Salon del Mar

Marcellus Taylor

Educational attainment and intergenerational mobility in the Anglophone Caribbean:  The case of The Bahamas

Presenter

Mon

23rd April

10:15– 11:45am

Main Building, Tropical B

Lina Uribe

The educational revolution era and access to higher education in Colombia: Assessing the impact of public policy

Presenter

Tues

24th April

3:30– 5:00pm

Main Building, Conference 6

Gilbert Valverde

Mathematics education in the developing world: A comparative perspective from research in testing, curriculum, and instructional innovation

Chair and presenter

Fri

27th April

10:15– 11:45am

Main Building, Flamingo C

Alan Wagner

Post-secondary learning patterns, skill portfolios, and labor market outcomes:  The U.S. case

Non-presenter

Mon

23rd April

10:15– 11:45am

Main Building, Flamingo B

Alan Wagner

How learning beyond secondary education is financed in France, Japan, and the United States

Presenter

Thurs

26th April

8:30– 10:00am

Main Building, Flamingo C

Nan Xiang

Under what conditions do Open Doors Policy affect internationalization of Higher education in China?

Presenter

Wed

25th April

1:45– 3:15pm

Main Building, Flamingo D

Gloria Zambrano

The impact of the working activity on academic achievement in Latin America:  A cross-national study of sixth graders (at the New scholars dissertation workshop - by invitation only)

Presenter

Wed

25th April

8:30– 11:45am

Main Building, Boardroom 2