Date & Time: October 2 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Location: Virtual

This presentation will focus on the use of the FotoDialogo Method as a research and education tool to engage adult learners in dialogue. 

The presentation will provide ideas for those in community-based education regarding methodological issues of recording and portraying adult learners’ lifelines. It will argue that the use of learner-produced photo-literature not only entices the unveiling of personal histories, but it also provides an appropriate atmosphere for the sharing of collective experiences.

Speaker

Flavia Ramos-Mattoussi, EdD

Flavia Ramos-Mattoussi, EdD

Senior Research Associate and Associate Director, Center for International Studies in Educational Research & Development Flavia Ramos-Mattoussi, Ed.D, is a Senior Research Associate leading several of LSI’s efforts in international education and development. Prior to joining the Learning Systems Institute at Florida State University in 2009, she served as director of the Assistance to Basic Education (USAID ABE-IQC) at Juarez & Associates in Washington (2007-2009); Assistant Professor and Director of the International Training and Education Program at American University (2002-2007); Visiting professor of International Education at the George Washington University (2000-2002); Adjunct faculty at the University of Connecticut (leading a study abroad program to Cuba in 2002) and at the School for International Training in Vermont (1990).

Resources:

ResearchGate: Helping Adult Learners Tell Their Stories Using Photo-Literature: The FotoDialogo Method

For more information on this event, please contact:

The Power of Art for Social Transformation
artivism@adelphi.edu

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