The Co-operative College, The WEA, Kellogg College, University of Oxford, Nottingham University, the Department for Continuing Education at Oxford University, and the Raymond Williams Foundation will be hosting four interactive, free online events starting this Thursday and following each Thursday after that.
INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE in PIMA Webinar #2 | Adult Learning and Education (ALE), Climate Crises and COVID-19: Critical Reflections from Australia. This will be led by a panel of Australian adult educators, scholars, and activists – Jenny Macaffer, Jim Falk and Robbie Guevara.
'Thought pieces' recently published in Bulletin No. 29 by Jim and Jenny will form a starting point for discussion.
The School of Education of the University of Dar es Salaam through its Department of Educational Foundations, Management and Lifelong Learning will host an International Conference to commemorate 50 years of Adult Education in Tanzania. The conference will bring together stakeholders of adult education from within and beyond Tanzania to refl ect on its status since its declaration in 1970. The conference marks an important milestone in the roadmap towards reinvigorating the glory of Tanzania in the field of adult education.
In higher education scholarship, the plight of Black male collegians is often discussed from a deficit perspective. While data suggests first-time Black male collegians have lower four- and six-year graduation rates than their peers, this data does not capture the Black men who return to college as adult learners and complete their degree.
Registration is now open for the Feminist Aesthetic Pedagogies and Activist Strategies pre-conference that will be held on June 4 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada in conjunction with the Adult Education in Global Times: An International Research Conference (AEGT 2020).