• Jun

    Time: 8.00 am to 5.30 pm

    Location: National Institute of Education

    Leaders, Values and Citizenship in 21st Century Education

    The 21st century presents complex educational realities that challenge conventional practices of leadership, values and citizenship education.

    If educators are to act as agents of change, how and to what extent do they need to redesign their pedagogy to remain relevant?
    What role should leadership play in the design and implementation of learning environments that promote authentic values and citizenship education for all students?

    Come and explore the answers to these questions at the Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference 2015.

    The conference provides a global platform for practitioners, researchers, educational leaders and policymakers to interact, share leading-edge research and best practices across schools and cultures, and forge new and innovative directions for educational research and practice.

    Held in conjunction with the 11th International CitizED Conference and the Arts, Humanities and Literature Conference 2015, special sessions focusing on the themes of “Citizenship, Character and Values Education for the 21st Century” and “Live(d) Experiences: Imagination, Wonder and Spaces of I/M/possibilities” are also available.