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TeachMeet: Teaching for Thinking

“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”
– Attributed to Aristotle

Earlier in the year I attended a TeachMeet about Teaching for Thinking, or Teaching Philosophy in Schools at… 298 more words


#FlipConAus Review - Day Three Part One

““If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!”
– Unknown, attributed to various people.

This article begins the review of the third and final day of the first FlipConAus. 1,758 more words


World Youth Forum: Right to Dialogue

World Youth Forum: Right to Dialogue

VIII Edition

Author: Johnathan Ordonez

From October 1st to October 4th, I had the chance to participate as a speaker at the 8th edition of the World Youth Forum: “Right to Dialogue”, at Trieste, Italy. 615 more words

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Dialogue on Forced Migration

Dialogue on Forced Migration: from cross-border humanitarian activism to the role of family in refugees’ exclusion.

The Conference on Forced Migration at the UNIMI.

By Asya Pisarevskaya… 1,014 more words

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Postcards from the Middle: A Review of IPrA 2015 (Antwerp)

‘I’m not a linguist, I’m a musicologist.’

So why did you come to this conference?’

A question I heard many times this last week. The short answer: to talk about multimodality in research communication. 367 more words

Academic Blog

Conference review: the British Society for the History of Science, Swansea University, 2-5 July 2015

By Adrian James Kirwan

The conference was, as usual, a highly enjoyable mix of academic sessions, roundtables and keynotes; with a bit of time reserved for some socialising. 758 more words

British History

Summary of the Roundtables at the 9th Conference 2015

A summary of the roundtable discussions undertaken at the beginning of the 9th Experimental Archaeology Conference can now be found online on Exarc Journal’s website… 6 more words

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