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The 2020 RIPE Network Conference goes virtual (and free!).
Registrations are now open for the 2020 RIPE Network conference on “Education and diversity in a pluricultural context” coming up on 27-30 June. We are also receiving submissions from participants wishing to share their research project in this specific field or suggest topics to be discussed during the virtual round tables.
Keynote addresses in English and French:
→ Dr. Abdeljalil Akkari, Faculté de psychologie et des sciences de l’éducation – UNIGE: “Beyond conceptual debate Multiculturalism or Interculturalism : how can we liberate diversity in schools?” (in French and English).
→ Dr. Bernard Wentzel, HEPVS – PHVS Haute école pédagogique Pädagogische Hochschule Valais/Wallis : “Le praticien réflexif : conceptions et mise en œuvre en formation des enseignant.e.s” (en français)
→ Dr. Kevin House, Dulwich College International: “Weaving an emperor’s new clothes: Considering contradictory accounts of international education’s purpose.” (in English)
→ Dr. Catherine Montgomery, DUSofE: “Knowledge in a pluricultural context: surfacing doctoral research as the ‘view-from-below’.” (in English)
Discover the full programme and register here: https://bit.ly/2USHUUc
What is the RIPE Network?
The purpose of the RIPE network is to bring together university researchers and classroom practitioners with the aim of promoting robust research informed practice in international education while providing the opportunity for all participants to benefit from a rich exchange of views and a broad range of experience.