Ethics, Education, and Teaching: Perspectives on the Teacher in Contemporary Society
PESGB@50 - Edinburgh Branch Conference: ETHICS, EDUCATION and TEACHING: Perspectives on the Teacher in Contemporary Society, October 2nd - 3rd, 2015, University of Edinburgh
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN - http://www.etouches.com/126005
Keynote Speakers: Nel Noddings, Professor Emerita, Stanford University; Penny Enslin, Professor, University of Glasgow; Paul Standish, Professor, Institute of Education London; Tom Hamilton, Director of Education, Registration and PLD, The General Teaching Council for Scotland.
This conference invites academics, teachers in schools, students and policy makers to come together to discuss the future of teaching and how philosophy can contribute to shared understandings of the teacher’s role in contemporary society. Questions that will be explored include: In what ways is teaching a moral task? How might we understand the ethical nature of teaching? What new developments in policy and practice affecting teachers do we need to take into account as we look toward the future of teaching?
Register here: http://www.etouches.com/126005
Dates/times: Friday, October 2nd, 3pm (begins) - Saturday, October 3rd, 4pm (ends)
Location: Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh
Fees: (incl. registration, coffee/ tea and Saturday lunch*) £35 standard £29 registered teachers £17 concessions (students/unwaged) *Delegates will need to book their own accommodations for Friday night.
Space is limited - Register now: http://www.etouches.com/126005
Organiser contact: Andrea R. English, firstname.lastname@example.org
Event updates at: pesgbedinburgh.wordpress.com
Organized and supported by the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain (PESGB) in collaboration with the Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh