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ISR Public Event: 11th November 2020

Sponsored by ISR, CREATE is an interdisciplinary research network focused on the values, purposes and methodological issues in research, across widely varying substantive areas of expertise.  Join us for talks by:

  • Professor Petra Englebrecht, South Africa – Methodologies for international collaborative partnerships in education.
  • Professor Margaret Ledwith – Exploring emancipatory action research as a counternarrative of connection and compassion, embracing social justice, environmental justice and knowledge democracy.
  •  Dr Jo Albin Clark – The intra-activity of documentation practices in Early Childhood Education.

Jointly hosted by Dr Mary McAteer and Dr Claire Hawkins, this event takes place Online (a secure link will be distributed following registration – see below).


Date: Wednesday 11th November 2020

Programme:

10.00 – 11.10 Introduction, followed by:
Dr Petra Englebrecht, North-West University South Africa
Methodologies for international collaborative partnerships in education 
Paper circulated in advance.
½ hr input, 20-30 mins discussion, Q & A 
11.10 – 11.30 Refreshment Break – Room open for informal chat for those who want!
11.30 – 12.30 Prof Margaret Ledwith
Exploring emancipatory action research as a counternarrative of connection and compassion 
½ hr input, 20-30 mins discussion, Q & A 
12.30 – 1.15 Refreshment Break – Room open for informal chat for those who want!
1.15 – 2.15 Dr Jo Albin-Clark
The intra-activity of documentation practices in Early Childhood Education 
½ hr input, 20-30 mins discussion, Q & A 

Venue: Online (a secure link will be distributed following registration).

Registration: This event is FREE but please email EducationResearch to book your place  [email protected]

Download the flyer.


Related Links:

Update on CREATE Network, Spring 2019
Dr Mary McAteer
CREATE is an interdisciplinary research network that was launched under the support of I4P in March 2018. The network has become a vibrant entity, drawing in participation from across the university.
More Information about this network


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