Rethinking the classroom in times of superdiversity III > what does "superdiversity" mean for our teaching?
2020 edition is cancelled. Hope to see you next year!
2020 Wednesday 11 March Thursday 12 March Friday 13 March Thomas More Mechelen - Belgium
The topic shifts - from Multiculturality ('90) to Diversity ('00) to Superdiversity ('10) to Decolonising our structures (present). Join in for this third edition and feel how Superdiversity (Dirk Geldof) en Decolonisation (Studio Globo) have an effect on our practices in teacher education. We look at Color blindness and the Black History Month via OSU >Our Stories Uncensored (Mohamed Barrie). We discover DISCO (DiversiteitsScreening Onderwijs/Education) in Mechelen.
Keynote Thursday 12/3: Dirk Geldof on Superdiversity Keynote Friday 13/3: Mohamed Barrie on Color blindness and Black History Month
100 euro for the 3-day seminar incl lunches
This is for you if you work in education and if you see our changing society has, has had and will have an impact on classrooms, on teachers and on education. This is for you if you want to share how you deal with this widening diversity. This is for you if you work with teachers and if you are curious for input on what is being done and needs to be done for teachers to feel better prepared.
Location Thomas More Mechelen, Belgium
Dates 2020 Arrival on Wednesday March 11th in the morning Departure on Friday March 13nd in the afternoon or evening.
The third seminar on this topic by the Comenus Association
The seminar in the teacher training department will be part of the International Days at Thomas More held in all departments. Therefore you will enjoy extra activities organized as part of the event with guests from other departments.