Developing a dialogic approach to early-secondary science and mathematics teaching – Insights and findings from the epiSTEMe project

Monday, June 16th, 2014

Professor Kenneth Ruthven Cambridge University 16th June 2014 Abstract Recent years have seen growing interest in ‘dialogic’ teaching approaches which aim to encourage pupils to talk in an exploratory way in which they come to take account of different points of view. One key issue, however, is how to craft a dialogic approach so as […]

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From multiversity to postmodern university

Monday, June 9th, 2014

Dr Claire Donovan Brunel University 9th June 2014 Abstract This seminar presentation traces the emergence of postmodernist models of higher education institutions (HEIs) from Clark Kerr’s 1963 idea of the American multiversity to Zygmunt Bauman’s more recent notion of the postmodern university. In essence, postmodernist models of HEIs are characterised by viewing the university as […]

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