Earlybird Tickets are closing to join the first ever Association for Experiential Education Asia-Pacific Regional Conference. Grab a spot for only $150 before the 15 April.
Experiential educators from around Asia and beyond are traveling to Singapore, the Garden City to explore ideas about “Sustainability and Inclusivity in Experiential Education,”.
June 13 to 15.
The Association for Experiential Education (AEE) Asia Pacific Regional (in collaboration with SUSS) brings you the inaugural APAC Regional Conference that aims to:
- recognise the good practices of educators, practitioners and students in experiential education
- explore ideas and enactment of sustainability and inclusivity in experiential education
- celebrate partnerships and expand reach through networking and collaboration
- celebrate the leadership of APAC council in AEE
Theme of Conference
The theme of the conference is “Sustainability and Inclusivity in Experiential Education.” We hope that this will be a platform where researchers, practitioners and students would explore and share sustainability and inclusivity education and practices through experiential learning.
Some possible themes related to sustainability include avoiding depletion of natural resources, ecological balance, sustained functioning of the environment, reducing one’s impact on the environment, sharing of good practices, impact-driven narratives and enhancing the connection with nature.
Themes around inclusivity may include sharing of findings, practices, programmes and/or narratives of the provision of equal access to opportunities and resources to all.
For more info head to https://lnkd.in/gskQt5Y7
|Keynote Address: Enabling Experiential Education, Experiencing Enabling Education
by Professor Roger Slee (University of Leeds)
|Synopsis: It is difficult to dispute the proposition that the history of education is a history of exclusion for many population cohorts. This continues to be the case for vulnerable population cohorts. Reconstructing education so that it is inclusive is challenging. Sustaining inclusive education is even more difficult. This keynote will consider the possibilities for experiential education as a catalyst for the enduring reconstruction of education across all sectors.|