Friday, 4 February 2011

Fwd: Opportunity to meet and talk about your imaginative curriculum

Student Lifewide Development Symposium
March 1st University of Aston Conference Centre
Booking Forms & Programme
Places are still available for this event, which will provide a strong mix of:
·         stimulating and provocative keynotes;
·         workshops allowing in depth discussion of practice;
·         short taster contributions enabling participants access to a broad range of practice. 
Keynote contributions: 
Professor John Cowan, (Edinburgh Napier University) on
'Lifewide Learning' : The need for a radically revised pedagogy
Maret Staron, (Senior Consultant, Mindful Creations, Sydney, Australia)
'Life-based Learning' – a strength based approach to capability development and personal development planning
All workshop contributions now confirmed-see the up-to-date programme
Deadline to offer shorter 'show and tell' contributions 14 February. 
Featuring the University of Kent Labyrinth
A labyrinth walk provides time and space for reflection, and works as a metaphor for life's journey.
SCEPTrE Seminar Monday February 7th 12.00-13.15 University of Surrey
The seminar will be streamed live from this page 
Optimising the benefits of the professional work placement
Professor Valerie Maehle,
Dean, Faculty of Health and Social Care, The Robert Gordon University Aberdeen
Learning to be Professional e-book Chapter (20 Chapters now published)
Edward Errington James Cook University Queensland, Australia (February 2011)
Please send these links to anyone you feel might be interested.
Best wishes
Norman Jackson

David Andrew,
Head of Academic Practice

The Learning Institute at Queen Mary, University of London

Mile End, London E1 4NS



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