Joint CR&DALL and CLIP in-person event: Culture, Literacies, Inclusion and Pedagogy (CLIP) Research & Teaching Group, University of Glasgow and CR&DALL are delighted to welcome an esteemed group of educational and thought leaders from across the world to bring critical and pivotal conversations to our community this month.
Prof Jennifer Rowsell (University of Sheffield) is a leading global expert in literacies education; Dr Carmen Medina (University of Indiana) is an expert in Latina, postcolonial, and critical literacies; Rakhat Zholdoshalieva (UNESCO’s Institute of Lifelong learning) is a Programme Lead in Literacies Education for development; Prof Lisa Grocott (Monash University, Australia) is a designer, and director of WonderLab, a centre for designing transformative pedagogical encounters; Dr Nancy Palacios Mena (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia) is an expert in place-based teacher education; and Dr Diane Collier (Brock University, Canada) is an expert in visual and critical literacies with young children.
In this event we will hear brief contributions from each in the theme of play, creativity, design, and partnership for the needs of contemporary education. Based on these inputs, a facilitated Q & A will put these scholars into conversation with each other and us in the School of Education.
The event will culminate in the launch of two new books:
Design for Transformative Learning (2022) by Lisa Grocott; and
Playful Methods: Engaging the Unexpected in Literacy Research (2022) by Medina, C.L.; Perry, M.; & Wohlwend, K.
Design, Play, and Partnership in Pedagogies for Sustainable Futures: a panel presentation by leading international scholars - 4:00-5:30pm, Thursday 20th October 2022 St. Andrew’s Building (room 227), 11 Eldon St, Glasgow, G3 6NH
Drinks and snacks will be provided, and an excellent opportunity to network and stimulate new ideas and directions.