In particular, ARC participants were treated to various topics in the areas of behavioral research, communication, cultural identity, engaging with a different compact impact on Guam, health, language and linguistics, marianas history, pedagogy, socioeconmic policy, technology in the classroom, and more.
A special keynote address was also made by Dr. Earl Jackson. He focused on "Resituations: East Asian Cinema's Inter-Asian Contexts." Dr. Jackson is a Professor at National Chiao Tung University. Si Yu'os Ma'ase' to all those who made this conference a success!
Here's a special UOG Charter Day album created by Dr. Jacqui Cyrus: http://photopeach.com/album/13sq8c9 Enjoy the following snapshots taken during this special conference!
|Dr. Matilda Naputi Rivera introduces Dr. Ibrahim Farouck during the 35th ARC.|
|Dr. Ibrahim Farouck presents during the ARC in his presentation titled, Engaging Students in Project Based Learning to Showcase Hokkaido.|
|Dr. Shawn Clankie, co-presenter with Dr. Farouck, speaks about his class project.|
|Hokkaido University students present their winning project on Hatsune Miku during the ARC.|
|Dr. Rivera (center) poses with IT-ESL colleagues during her presentation titled Applying Differentiated Instruction to Build Schema of English Learners in Guam. Pictured L-R: Dr. Ibrahim Farouck, Dr. Rivera, and Dr. Jacqui Cyrus.|
|ARC keynote speaker, Dr. Earl Jackson, captivates the ARC audience.|
|Drs. Geraldine James and Michelle Santos conduct their presentation titled, Improving Classroom Teaching through Action Research.|
|Dr. Chris Shriener with his student panelists discuss critically of preliminary materials for a Theory of the Young Girl. Pictured L-R: Dr. Schriener, Paulette Coulter, Neil Pang, and Jessica Craig.|