Pedagogy in Practice: how we teach in Development Studies

Seminars and Development (staff)

Date
22nd June 2018 - 24th June 2018
Time
10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Location
Murdoch University
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Murdoch University's Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability and the Research For Development Impact (RDI) Network would like to invite you to the Second Development Studies Symposium, which will be held at Murdoch University over three days in June (22-24).

Building on the success of the inaugural Rethinking Development Symposium at JCU, that focused on ‘what’ we teach in Development Studies, the second symposium seeks to explore ‘how’ we teach Development Studies.

 

Keynote speaker

Sisonke Msimang – Storytelling and action             

The acts of storytelling and listening are key modalities in the oral history tradition for imparting knowledge. Storytelling is a universal human experience. Sharing stories can ignite possibilities, strengthen connections between people, and give voice to the marginalised. Storytelling and listening are power tools for people to work collaboratively and inspire people to take action against social injustice. Sisonke is Program Director at the Centre for Stories.

Please register here to attend.

Contact
Miss Gaia Manganelli
Email
G.Manganelli@murdoch.edu.au
Tel.
9360 2033

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