Reconstructing education through a global lens
Monday 02 November 2020 to Friday 06 November 2020
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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The Centre for Global Learning: Education and Attainment (GLEA) are pleased to announce a week-long series of events that showcase, discuss and share ideas on important issues related to reconstructing education through a global lens.
The event, rather than taking place as a traditional one to two day conference, will take place completely online. Taking into consideration your current commitments in the office or at home, we will be hosting short, one to one-and-a-half hour pick 'n' mix sessions so you can get involved in the topics which truly interest you.
There are a range of sessions on offer, which include:
- Inclusive learning spaces in the 21st century
- How language used by lecturers affects student inclusion, engagement and attainment
- How school violence is related to inclusion and attainment
- Transforming curriculum through internationalisation and virtual exchange
- Differential engagement with maths and statistics support services
- Engendering cultures of equalities in global context
- Identifying success factors for inclusive learning for disabled students in the ASEAN region
- Working across time and space in education
- PhD panel
- Football and inclusive education: a panel discussion
- And more to follow!
These events will be of interest to educators in the further and higher education sector, support staff, NGOs and policymakers with an interest in inclusive and equitable global education.
To ensure you receive information about our week of GLEA sessions, please sign up to our mailing list. You will be sent a detailed programme in the coming weeks where you will be able to sign up for a number of different events.
For enquiries please contact the Centre for Global Learning: Education and Attainment: