Speaking, hearing, listening: participatory practices with children
Date: Wednesday 14th June, 2017
Venue: Dalhousie Building
The aim of this short symposium is to begin a dialogue that extends across professional and generational boundaries to identify how we can deepen participatory and inclusive practices with children and young people. While not offering solutions, this event will open an dialogue that will enable recognition of good practice alongside identifying the key challenges to developing participatory practices that respond to and are led by children and young people.
Contacts for information:David Law: firstname.lastname@example.org or Lynne Duncan: email@example.com
Registration with Eventbrite:
We are setting up a new email list via JISCMAIL for the Transforming Childhoods network. This will make it easier for current members to communicate with each other and others can join from outside the University. JISMAIL is ‘restricted’ in the sense that membership is ‘approved’ by the list owners.
If you are interested in joining the Transforming Childhoods network then please follow the instructions which follow.
Please go to www.jiscmail.ac.uk/transformingchildhoods and subscribe directly. Once you are ‘approved’ you should then be able to post directly to everyone on the list.
Professor Kay Tisdall, one of the panellists, has posted a blog on last night’s five million questions debate.To read it go to this link:
Thanks to all who came along to the Five Million Questions event last night!
It was a great event with lots of important dsicussion.