This is just a gentle reminder that we will soon be putting out a Call for Papers for this year’s Annual Education Conference, which will be held on 11th July 2016. This year, CSPACE will be teaming up with CELT to deliver an exciting conference which will encompass a broad range of aspects of research, teaching and learning in education across the university.
Regardless of which Faculty you work in, we’re keen to hear about the work that is being done with regards to education across BCU. You might want to talk about a teaching approach or technique that has worked well for you, or you may some interdisciplinary research that you’d like to share. Whatever you would like to talk about, we’re keen to hear about your work.
Below is an overview of the conference foci:
Pedagogy, Practice, Politics and Policy: Where to next in teaching, learning and research in education?
(a) Professional practices in teaching
(b) Formal and informal lifelong learning pedagogies
(c) Public and popular debates in education policy
(d) Researching education
Each strand will encourage papers from all education sectors;
- Further Education
- Early years
- Higher Education
- Third sector /Voluntary provision
We’ll soon be opening the call for papers, so it’s a good idea to start thinking now about what you might present. For now, if you have any questions you can contact me on Rebecca.Snape@bcu.ac.uk or other members of the organising committee on Victoria.Birmingham@bcu.ac.uk or Edward.Hulbert@mail.bcu.ac.uk.