Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Bolton and Professor Emeritus at the Institute of Education, University College London and the University of Nottingham
Keynote: Globalisation, Moral Purpose and Emancipation – An Agenda for School Improvement and System Reform
Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University in the Department of Childhood, Youth and Education Studies and the Education and Social Research Institute
Keynote: Complexity and Complicity: Engaging Education Studies with Sustainable Development Goal 4.7 in an Era of Internationalisation
Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Queen’s College, University of Belfast
Keynote: Thinking……… Skills, Dispositions, Capacities, Competenc(i)es: Making sense of a curriculum jumble!
Initially, the talk will examine recent shifts in terminology, noting the growing prominence of the term ‘competency’. The reasons for this shift will be explored. Then, international curriculum frameworks as well as research syntheses on 2lst century learning will be interrogated in order to identify what types of learning are being identified as key competencies. Finally, a classification is proposed that captures skills, dispositions and values within a key competency framework and articulates the relationship with knowledge domains, both subject specific and transdisciplinary.
Reader in Education Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University
Keynote: Rewiring education studies: The methodological challenges of researching datafication in schooling