For our next session in the What Works series, Ros will be joined by Lidia Lipkiewicz. Lidia brings over 20 years teaching experience in the Language, Literacy & Numeracy field to this session, which will explore learning goals, resources, who can help, practical tools, exploring options, and learning assessment.
Please find attached details of the first seminar in CR&DALL 2023-24 Series, ‘Radical Knowledge Formations from anti-racist perspectives’. The event at 1400 on 17 August 2023 at the Advanced Research, Chapel Lane, Glasgow is co-organised with the University of Glasgow, College of Social Science’s ‘Addressing Inequalities’ Interdisciplinary Research Theme, Global Majority Network.
This year's #ALW2023 theme encourages people to seize the moment and take advantage of opportunities to learn something new, whatever their age, background or previous educational history.
There’s no use-by date when it comes to learning. Re-engaging with learning as an adult offers plenty of life-changing moments. There’s the thrill of discovering hidden talents, the satisfaction of learning new skills, and the excitement of imagining a new and different future.
The ERASMUS+ project on Employability in Programme Development in Higher Education, in which Professor Kristinn Hermanssonn is CR&DALL's lead investigator is offering a series of events in July 2023 in Barcelona (14 July) and online through four webinars (18 and 19 July). Flyers for each of the events, in which registration links are featured are attached below.
Transforming education for sustainable futures requires reimagining the futures of education together.
What is transformative education and how does it look from the Global South? How can co-engaged research advance a new social contract for education?