Our Changing World Public Lecture

3 Jul 2019 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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Round Room, Atrium
Atrium, Round Room
What is the role of education in a world where ‘foundational givens of thought are on the move and… the cosmology that has framed experience in Western societies is unravelling?’ Former school teacher and principal, now teacher educator, pedagogy and curriculum critic and researcher Graham Jackson shares his insights into the nature of education – its rationale and relevance in a rapidly-changing era. He explores perceptions and positioning of education as somewhere between stagnation and disintegration, between a need for security and a demand for transformation.
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