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Critical Education / Education is Critical

Critical Education / Education is Critical

CONFERENCE ON LEARNING

Oslo and Akershus University College, Norway,

June 1-3, 2015

Call for papers:

Conference on Learning – outside the formal educational system

and in alternating between formal, informal and non-formal learning

Would you like to participate in defining the major current and future challenges concerning

the content and organization of LEARNING? JOIN US! Prominent researchers and policy-analysts will

share their views as key-note speakers.

Key-note speakers (titles and order of presentations not yet decided):

  1. Professor Yrjö Engeström http://www.edu.helsinki.fi/activity/people/engestro/
  2. Professor David Guile http://www.ioe.ac.uk/study/LCEN_12.html
  3. Professor Davide Nicolini http://www.wbs.ac.uk/about/person/davide-nicolini/
  4. Professor Bente Elkjær http://pure.au.dk/portal/da/persons/bente-elkjaer.html
  1. Professor Elena Antonacopoulou http://www.aimresearch.org/index.php?page=elenaantonacopoulou
  2. Professor Davydd J. Greenwood http://anthropology.cornell.edu/people/detail.cfm?netid=djg6
  3. Professor Silvia Gherardi http://web.unitn.it/en/rucola/18371/silvia-gherardi
  4. Shyamal Majumdar, Head of UNESCO-UNEVOC http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/go.php?q=Shyamal+Majumdar&context=
  5. Jens Bjørnåvold, Senior expert, CEDEFOP, Brussels Office http://agora.cedefop.europa.eu/qualifications2009/speakers/99.html

Purpose

The conference aims to take stock of the situation and analyze challenges within seven different but related areas of research:

  1. Philosophy of education and learning / Bildung-paideía
  2. Societal / historical organization of learning
  3. Lifelong learning
  4. Organizational learning / Learning organizations
  5. Work Based Learning / Training
  6. Adult learning
  7. Vocational Education and training (VET) and Professional Education and Training

Result:

The key-note presentations and a selection of papers will be edited and published.

Program and organization of the conference:

The conference will be organized as an alternation between open key-note lectures (audience:

200) and parallel paper-sessions and discussions with a limited number of participants (40).

Participants must submit an abstract addressing the main theme of the conference with their

professional analysis of the situation and challenges within some of the seven research areas,

and connections among them.

Deadlines: check web-site for up-dates: http://www.hioa.no/pll

Abstract (no more than 1 – one – page): January 11, 2015. Submit here: (link to be confirmed)

Paper admisson (notification to authors by E-mail): February 16, 2015

Full paper: May 10, 2015. Submit here: (link to be confirmed)

Conference fee – [amount to be confirmed]: April 27, 2015. Pay here: (link to be confirmed)

Convener:

Program for Lifelong Learning (PLL) at the Oslo and Akershus University College: http://www.hioa.no/pll

Professor Olav Eikeland (olav.eikeland@hioa.no) https://www.hioa.no/tilsatt/olave

 

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Radical Pedagogy

Radical Pedagogy

EDUCATION FOR LIBERATION

 

Saturday 14 November, 11am – 4pm

Taking place at Haverstock School, 24 Haverstock Hill, NW3 2BQ (opposite Chalk Farm tube)

Speakers include: Michael Rosen (former children’s laureate), Steven Rose (Director of the Brain and Behaviour Group, Open University), Alan Gibbons (children’s author), Ken Jones (Professor of Education, Keele University), Meg Maguire (Professor of Education, King’s College London), Kevin Courtney NUT executive, Jan Hoby (Danish Nursery Teachers Union), Martin Allen and Patrick Ainley, John Yandell (Institute of Education).

Organised by the Socialist Teachers Alliance

A conference on what education should be for education

Workshops include: What is Assessment for Learning? L What do we mean by anti-racist education? | Can there be a radical pedagogy in Physical Education? | Vygotsky and theories of learning l What sort of curriculum do we need? | What should maths education look and feel like? | Teaching about conflict- Palestine a case study

TICKETS: £10 (waged) £5 concessions (includes Beginning Teachers)

Book Online at: http://www.socialistteachersalliance.org.uk/ed4lib

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