Tourism Education for Global Citizenship: Educating for lives of consequence

Hosted by Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England  April 13-16, 2013

Sunday April 14 Day 1:

TOURISM EDUCATION AND THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY

9:00 – 9:30 WELCOME

Dr. Pauline J. Sheldon and Dr. Daniel Fesenmaier, TEFI Co-Founders

Dr. Chris Cooper, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Dean, Business School, Oxford Brookes

Mr. Donald Sloan, Head, Oxford School of Hospitality Management, Oxford Brookes University

Mr. Roberto Daniele, Senior Lecturer, Oxford Brookes University and Local Program Chair

9:30 –11:00 OPENING SESSION: Introduction to TEFI and goals of the conference

Dr. Dianne Dredge and Dr. Christian Schott

Overview of developments and achievements in the last year:

Learning Experiences
Scholarship
Advocacy
Futures
11:00 – 11:20 Coffee Break

11:20 – 12:30 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 1:

“Global Tourism Growth and the need for Adjustment: A policy perspective”

Mr. Alain Dupeyras, Head of Tourism, Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs and Local Development, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Discussion Moderator Dr. Chris Cooper

12:30 – 1:30 Lunch

1:30 – 2:15 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 2:

“Waking Tourism up to an Uncertain Future: The Role of Education”

Ms. Anna Pollock, Visionary, CEO, Conscious Travel , Hampshire, UK

PANEL DISCUSSION: What does Tourism Education for Global Citizenship really mean?

Moderator: Dr. Pauline Sheldon

3:30 –4:00 Coffee Break

4:00– 5:00 THINK TANK: Educating for Lives of Consequence

Moderator: Dr. Johan Edelheim

Dinner – non-hosted networking dinner (list of suggested restaurants available)

 

Monday April 15 Day 2:

ENGAGING THE FUTURE OF TOURISM EDUCATION

9:00 – 10:00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 3:

“Tourism, well-being and global citizenship: exploring marginalization in affluent societies”

Dr. Nigel Morgan, Professor of Tourism, Welsh Centre for Tourism Research, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK

Discussion Moderator: Dr. Kellee Caton

10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break

10:30 – 11:20 PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS

CONCURRENT SESSION Paper and Thought Bubble Presentations – Making the Case for Tourism Education

Chair: Dagmar Lund – Durlacher

Room: Linbury Building

Professor David Airey

Making the case for tourism

GIanna Moscardo

When Tourism Goes Bad: Implications for Tourism Education

Kumar Ashutosh, Pradeep Jangir

Tourism Education Policy and Structure In India

CONCURRENT SESSION Paper and Thought Bubble Presentations: Tourism Education, Citizenship and the Tourism Industry

Chair: Aurkene Alzua – Sorzabal

Room: Memorial Room

Inge Hermann

Goodbye wild years: the moralising practices of gap year organisations in the Netherlands

Chris Mortimer, Brendan Paddison

Authenticating the Learning Environment – “Doing it for Real”

Aine Conghan, James Hanrahan

The demand for and supply of sustainable tourism in Ireland

11:30 – 12:45 PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS:

CONCURRENT SESSION Panel Discussion: Engaging educational innovation with values that matter

Chair: Philip Wang

Room: Linbury Building

Philip Wang

Introduction: The importance of learning and applying symbolic values

Luo Zibai

The Three Gorges area of Yangtze River

Jung-Hua Yeh

Science attractions

Wang Jiayi

Art museums, cultural institutions and historical sites

Zhang Qian

International summer camp

Yulan Yuan

Student exchange between Taiwan and China

Zhou Chunyan

Youth hostels

Zhang Yunyao

Love hotels

CONCURRENT SESSION Papers and Thought Bubble Presentations – Tourism, Development and Globalisation

Chair: Magda Antonioli

Room: Memorial Room

Giang Phi, Dianne Dredge, Michelle Whitford

Microfinance and tourism nexus for poverty alleviation: a review of current practices

Lilian Wanderley, Sergio Leal, Bernardo Ferreira, Maristela Melo

International academic mobility in sustainable tourism

Peter Ezra, Christian Schott and Karen Smith

Education for global citizenship: An African community perspective on volunteer tourists

Erin McKenna

Introducing ‘researcher exceptionalism’ and exploring it in the context of global citizenship tourism in Salvador, Brazil

Ulrike Gretzel, Liz Davis, Gillian Bowser, Jingxian Jiang, Mark Brown

Creating Global Leaders with Sustainability Mindsets

Kellee Caton

Tourist Subjectivities on the Study Abroad Stage

12:45 – 1:30 Lunch

1:30 – 2:30 PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS

CONCURRENT SESSIONS Paper and Thought Bubble presentations – Tourism Education Design for Global Citizenship

Chair: Anita Zehrer

Room: Linbury Building

Massimo Morellato

The development of digital competence in tourism education

Rebekka Goodman

Study abroad programs and tourism education

Elena Marchiori, Lorenzo Cantoni

An augmented reality project as an opportunity to foster community engagement and practical learning in tourism programs

Avital Biran, Yael Ram, John Tribe, Na’ama Shaked-Levy

Sexual Harassment, Tourism and Education

CONCURRENT SESSIONS Paper and Thought Bubble presentations – Tourism Education and Global Social Change

Chair: Pierre Benckendorff

Room: Memorial Room

Johan Edelheim

The Quintuple Bottom-line of Tourism Responsibility – why holistic education is necessary

Aline Botelho, Roberta Sogayar

Samba and tourism education: A partnership towards social Change

Zsuzsanna Hovarth

Entrepreneurship Education – The Way To Reach Active Citizenship

Emilie Crossley

Critical pedagogy and the desire (not) to change: poverty, social justice and learning in volunteer tourism

Bonnie Canziani

Corporate Social Responsibility Action Learning: Concept development and learning outcomes

2:30 – 3:00 SYNTHESIS of Papers and Thought Bubble Presentations: What are the Implications for Tourism Education?

Moderator: Dr. Gianna Moscardo (Linbury Room)

3:00 – 3:45 Social Entrepreneurship and Tourism Education

Presenter: Mr. Roberto Daniele

3:45 – 4:15 Coffee Break

4:15 – 5:15 SHORT FILM AND DISCUSSION:

“Framing the Other”: videos as tools for educating for lives of consequence

Mr. Willem Timmers

5:15 – 5:45 CONCLUDING DAY 2: Identify and discuss key outcomes

Dr. Darko Prebezac and Dr. David Airey

Dinner – Special Event

 

Tuesday, April 16

Day 3: MOVING TOURISM EDUCATION FORWARD

9:00-11:00 REFLECTIONS, CONSOLIDATION AND ACTIONS for TEFI Working Groups

Moderators: Dr. Pauline Sheldon and Dr. Daniel Fesenmaier

Learning Experiences
Scholarship
Advocacy
Futures
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

11:30-12:30 WRAP UP AND THE WAY FORWARD: Reflections on each day and Action Plan

Moderators: Dr. Dianne Dredge and Dr. Christian Schott

OPEN DISCUSSION AND CONFERENCE WRAP UP

12:30-1:30 Lunch

1:45-5:30 RECREATIONAL TOUR: BLENHEIM PALACE AND FEATHERS HOTEL

Guided tour of Blenheim Palace the only non-royal country house in England to hold the title of palace. One of England’s largest houses it was built between 1705 and 1724. UNESCO recognised the palace as a World Heritage Site in 1987. It is the birthplace and ancestral home of Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

Followed by drinks and historic/ cultural talk by Ms. Susi Golding, Project Director ‘Visit Oxfordshire’ at the award winning Feathers Hotel, Woodstock. The Feathers is a 17th Century country townhouse hotel situated in the heart of the historic market town of Woodstock.

TEFI7 draft program 29 March – Final.pdf (292k)Dianne Dredge, 2 Apr 2013, 18:53