What can neuroscience offer alternative education research?
10 Mar 2017
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This relaxed and friendly day event at Newman University, Birmingham—organised by the BERA Alternative Education Special Interest Group and partnered with the Freedom to Learn Network (www.freedomtolearnproject.com) offers an opportunity for those interested in neuroscience and education done differently to meet and debate connected relevant issues.
We have two invited keynote speakers: Dr Kris De Meyer a neuroscientist from Kings College, London, who specializes in the formation and retention of beliefs (whether right or wrong) – speaking about ‘The Mind of the Educator’, and Dr David Aldridge of Brunel University, London who has a philosophical interest in both alternative education and neuroscience – speaking about ‘The Noble Lie of Brain Plasticity’.
The event will be a chance to network, converse, debate, meet colleagues known and unknown interested in alternative education and develop knowledge. We will also be having a Handbook and Book Series launch as part of the event, themed by the new and emerging scholarship in alternative education.
Keynote, including questions Kris de Meyer
Break out groups – open technology debates
Coffee and networking
Keynote, including questions David Aldridge
Completion of evaluation forms
Handbook launch and book series launch
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Bursaries are available for BERA Student Members to the value of £50 towards travel, and complimentary registration for the event.
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