Global Citizenship Workshop
This event has now finished. Please see our events website for details of upcoming events at Brookes.
Who this event is for
- Staff - teaching
- Staff - research
- Staff - support
- Current students - undergraduate
- Current students - postgraduate taught
- Current students - postgraduate research
G11, Buckley, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane site
This free one day workshop will be led by Neil Currant, educational developer, Juliet Henderson, Senior Lecturer Communication, Culture & Language, and Dianne Regisford, PhD student in social sculpture.
We will critically engage with issues of graduate global citizenship through innovative pedagogies and multi-media content production. Through participatory approaches, the workshop will explore aspects of intercultural identity and the related social issues that students and educators grapple with in higher education.
Participants will be introduced to two distinct pedagogical practices that model the principles of a democratic intercultural commons. These will make the abstract notion of global citizenship a lived, interactive reality. We will share the work Oxford Brookes University has engaged in to embed global citizenship into our practices and curriculum.
The workshop is aimed at students and educators working to deepen understanding and interrogate current practice in graduate global citizenship.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided. This event has been kindly funded by The Higher Education Academy.