You are welcomed to the UK book launch of Decolonisation as Democratisation: Global Insights into the South African Experience by Siseko, H. Kumalo, on Friday 30 April 2021 at 18:00 (GMT+1) / 12:00 (CST) /19:00 (SAST).
Thereafter join the discussion with Siseko H. Kumalo (editor) in conversation with Professor Heidi Safia Mirza (discussant), and Fatmakhanu (fatima) Pirbhai-Illich & Fran Martin (chapter contributors) as well as chapter contributor Abraham Oliver.
For further information and to book your ticket, please see our Eventbrite page.
Creativity and Emergent Educational-futures Network
The Creativity and Emergent Educational-futures Network (CEEN) seeks to bring together individuals with overlapping and intersecting philosophical orientations, ideologies and values that challenge the status quo on education.
Despite our diversity, we all do work that argues for
- the centrality of difference and emergence in our practices of thinking, being and doing.
- the necessity of researching education beyond boundaries.
Creativity in 21st Century Education: Where, How and What Next?
22 June 2021 Webinar 1:00PM - 4:30PM
It is finally here, the highly anticipated webinar organised by University of Exeter, BERA and SIG, with a panel of speakers including Dr Kerry Chappell, Dr Victoria Kinsella, Dr Jo Trowsdale, Howard Gardner, Professor Bill Lucas, Sarah Bracken and Professor Teresa Cremin.
Contextualised by the Durham Commission in 2019, and the pedagogic challenges generated during 2020, creativity is re-emerging as an educational imperative which is of interest again nationally and internationally. This webinar will contextualise discussions within recent publications and events to consider the what, where and how of 21st Century creativity in education, and to look forward with delegates to future possibilities for practice and research. Read more.