Tag: The European Conference on Education

University of Sussex Becomes IAFOR Global Partner

IAFOR is delighted to announce that the University of Sussex, UK, has joined the IAFOR Global Partnership Programme. The University of Sussex is a globally recognised centre of research excellence located near Brighton, the home of IAFOR’s European Conference Series, in the south of England. The University of Sussex was the first of the new

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Professor Fergal Finnegan Maynooth University

Come build in the empty house: Reimagining Democracy and Education in a Time of Change

Dr Fergal Finnegan makes the case that technological change and new political and cultural formations have opened up the possibility of novel and empowering forms of reflexive action.

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Professor Sue Jackson (Birkbeck, University of London, UK).

Transforming and Changing Education

Professor Sue Jackson, Pro-Vice-Master for Learning and Teaching and Professor of Lifelong Learning and Gender at Birkbeck, University of London, discusses the transformative power of education with IAFOR Executive Director, Dr Joseph Haldane.

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Professor Penny Jane Burke Roehampton University

Transforming Pedagogical Spaces: Knowledge, Becoming and Belonging

In her Keynote Presentation at The European Conference on Education 2014 (ECE2014) Professor Penny Jane Burke explores possibilities for developing “transformative pedagogies” in higher education.

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Achieving Equity in Education with Penny Jane Burke, Heidi Safia Mirza and Sue Jackson

Achieving Equity in Education

Professor Penny Jane Burke, Professor Heidi Safia Mirza and Professor Sue Jackson discuss transforming education, engaging differences and creating inclusive spaces at The European Conference on Education 2014.

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Professor Heidi Safia Mirza

Decolonising Pedagogies

Professor Heidi Safia Mirza draws on black and postcolonial feminist perspectives to explore ways in which professional black and female academics engage in ‘embodied’ work towards decolonising dominant regimes of ‘diversity’ in higher education.

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The Importance of Educators and their Legacy with Alan Maley

When Will We Ever Learn? Ten Great Educators and their Legacy

Alan Maley surveys the work of ten great educators, some of whom have been prestigious and highly influential innovators, while others were isolated, passionate experimenters, whose pioneering work is relatively little known.

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Paulo Freire

The Importance of Educators and their Legacy

In this interview IAFOR President Dr Joseph Haldane speaks with language learning expert Alan Maley about historically important figures in the field of education.