Noreen Garman - Presentations
Instructor

Garman, N. Where Goes Supervision as a Field of Study? A COPIS Generation Speaks. Presentation, Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision annual meeting, Georgia State University, Atalanta, GA. October 17-19, 2014

Garman, N. (2010). “The Dream of Clinical Supervision and the Nightmare of Political Accountability: What Happens When a Good Idea Gets Corrupted?”

2011
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 30 – May 4, 2010. Denver, CO.
Invited Paper presented on occasion of 2010 Distinguished Achievement Award, AERA/SIG Supervision and Instructional Leadership. May 3, 2010.

Coming to Terms with the Mad, Insanity of Public Schooling in the Educational Matrix: The Red Pill/Blue Pill Dilemma

Mar 22, 2008
Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies: Columbia Teachers College, NY

A Supervisory Career Less Traveled

Oct 27, 2007
Presentation at the Fall Meeting of the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision: College of Staten Island, NY

“’Teach by Numbers:’ Is Technological Momentum Breeding a Culture of Compliance, Surveillance and Seduction in American Schools?”

Apr 2007
paper presentation at the American Educattional Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago

Educators Ask, ‘What’s Happening to My Professional Judgment?’ The Erosion of Professional Discretion in a School Culture of Compliance.”

Apr 2007
paper presentation at the Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Meetin in Chicago

Am I a Mentor or a Supervisor?

Apr 11, 2006
Egyptian Conference on Mentoring and Induction, San Francisco, CA.

The Authority to Imagine: The Struggle toward Representation in Dissertation Writing.

Apr 10, 2006
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Creating Space for Mentoring in the Egyptian Educational System

Mar 7, 2006
Faculty of Education Reform Workkshop/Conference, Aswan, Egypt.

Rhetorical Implications of Imposing a Spectacle-Surveillance Paradigm on Knowledge in the Public Interest: Views of "It's Research-Based" in Practitioner Narratives.

Oct 28, 2005
meeting of Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision, Athen, GA.

The Invitational and Contractual Nature of Curriculum: Pedagogical Tropes as Artifacts for Radical Transition.

Oct 5, 2005
Curriculum and Pedgagy Conference, Oxford, OH.
Noreen Garman

Contact

University of Pittsburgh
5710 Wesley W. Posvar Hall
230 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
412-648-7111
ngarman@pitt.edu