Episode 31: Oral Histories in Education with Gabriele Abowd Damico

In episode 31, Dan and Michael talk Oral Histories in Education with Gabriele Abowd Damico of Indiana University.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Learn more about the INSPIRE Living-Learning Center on their site: inspire.iu.edu; And here’s a video of INSPIRE’s director and friend of the show James Damico talking about INSPIRE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDfrLQqRX-c
  2. Voices in Time oral histories project “focuses on listening to and documenting the voices and experiences of leading educators across Indiana who have made a substantial educational impact on the lives of children, youth, or adults”: inspire.indiana.edu/voices-in-time
  3. Learn more about the Armstrong Teachers: education.indiana.edu/license-development/development/armstrong/index.html
  4. Learn more about the Harmony Myer Institute for Democracy and Equity in Education: news.indiana.edu/releases/iu/2015/03/harmony-meier-institute.shtml
  5. The Community of Teachers Program at IU “is designed to foster long-term relationships between fellow teachers and faculty members and prepare students to collaborate with fellow teachers in their professional lives.” Learn more: http://education.indiana.edu/undergraduate/programs/secondary/secondary-cot.html
  6. More about Fulbright teachers at IU: http://news.indiana.edu/releases/iu/2016/09/fulbright-teachers.shtml
  7. Fresh Air with Terry Gross: http://www.npr.org/programs/fresh-air/

So, in short, they’re doing lots of cool stuff at IU’s School of Education.

Contact

Gabriele Abowd Damico is a clinical Assistant Professor in Art Education and the Community of Teachers Program at Indiana University – Bloomington. You can contact her at gabowd@indiana.edu.

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3 thoughts on “Episode 31: Oral Histories in Education with Gabriele Abowd Damico

  1. Christine Hitchcock says:

    That was a great episode! It has given me so many ideas. Michael, what you said about having people write everything they can remember about a picture really stood out to me as my grandparents left so many pictures that we don’t know the stories about. Dan, I had a few really great conversations with my grandparents and great-grandparents that I have kicked myself several times for not recording. 😦

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