This EarlyEdU Alliance lecture will feature two presentations:

  • "Lessons on Collaboration from Indigenous-Heritage Children" — Barbara Rogoff, UCSC Foundation Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of California Santa Cruz. Rogoff’s research interests include cultural aspects of learning, especially in indigenous-heritage, Mexican and Guatemalen communities.
  • "Cultural Variation in Sense-Making and Implications for Practice" — Megan Bang, Associate Professor, University of Washington College of Education. Bang’s research interests include different ways of learning and knowing, particularly about socio-ecological phenomena, in different cultural communities.

Reception at 6 p.m., talks begin at 7 p.m. The reception and lecture are free and open to the public; RSVPs requested.

Special thanks to sponsors Thrive Washington for the reception and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for making this lecture series possible.

May 8, 2017 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room
RSVP online