Thursday, November 8, 2018
5:30 pm - 8:15 pm
Bank Street College of Education
610 West 112th Street
New York, NY 10025
The Niemeyer Series
“On a Curriculum of Human Being: Learning Love, Freedom, and Troublemaking from and with Children”
Carla Shalaby, a Research Specialist at the University of Michigan, will present at the 2018 Niemeyer Series on Thursday, November 8 in a talk titled, “On a Curriculum of Human Being: Learning Love, Freedom, and Troublemaking from and with Children.” Shalaby writes, “This talk will invite us to imagine what we want to teach children through our own example and, more importantly, what we might learn from the examples of human being that children offer us in everyday life.”
During the reception, Shalaby will be signing copies of her book, Troublemakers: Lessons in Freedom from Young Children at School. Click below to learn more about the event and register.
About the Niemeyer Series:
The Niemeyer Series comprises lectures and symposia focused on urgent matters of educational interest. The Series is dedicated to the memory of John H. Niemeyer for his leadership in helping Bank Street College to become a national voice for children beyond practice and into policy.
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