Thursday, April 11, 2019

SCUTREA Conference 2019 - Booking Now Open

For details of packages and to make your booking, please go to: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/education/events/2018-19/scutrea.aspx

Please note that “early bird” reduced fees are only available until the end of Sunday 5 May 2019.
If you have any queries, please contact a member of the Events Teams soeevents@nottingham.ac.uk
The theme of SCUTREA this year is “Adult Education 100: Reflections & Reconstructions”.
Stephen Brookfield will give a keynote on ‘Recommending Contention: Reflections from Trumpland on the 1919 Report's call for “discussion of controversial questions”’, and there will be nearly fifty papers and workshops.
We look forward to welcoming you to Nottingham in July.





Saturday, February 9, 2019

Paulo Freire: experience, reminiscence and reflection, 'in conversation' with Professor Budd Hall

This joint HudCRES /SCUTREA event  discussed takes place in Huddersfield on Thursday 14th February at 6.15pm, if you are able to attend, you can secure a ticket via the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/paulo-freire-experience-reminiscence-and-reflection-in-conversation-with-professor-budd-hall-tickets-53903365417

The event will also be streamed live and can be accessed via the following link:


If you are unable to attend, or watch the live stream, the event will be recorded and uploaded to our website as soon as possible.


 

 


Saturday, October 20, 2018

SCUTREA Conference 2019: Call for Abstracts (EXTENDED DEADLINE)


Adult Education 100: Reflections & Reconstructions (EXTENDED DEADLINE Monday 18th February 2019)


This conference is an opportunity for adult educators and scholars to join a global reflection on what the field has achieved across the world over the past century, on where we are now, and on how adult education should be "reconstructed" for the century ahead.

We invite proposals for papers and symposia that focus on theory, research, practice and policy in adult education and lifelong learning. We particularly encourage proposals that do so within the approaches and traditions advocated by the 1919 Adult Education Report, or engage critically with its legacies.

Extended deadline for submission of abstracts: Monday 18th February 2019.

Proposals should be submitted as Word documents to: scutrea2019@nottingham.ac.uk

The Call for Abstracts can be found at the following link.