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Making Global Citizenship Education for the Arts & Humanities Virtual Symposium September 28, 2022 11.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. (CET)
‘Making’ is a fast-growing trend in recent educational technology. So-called ‘makerspaces’ provide safe areas where students are encouraged to imagine, experiment, perform, and ‘make’. This initiative constitutes a foray into better understanding the value of ‘making’ with a special focus on the potential of maker education for the arts and humanities in the wider context of Global Citizenship Education (GCED).
This project addresses newcomers to ‘making technology’ as well as cordially inviting experts already working in this area to share and discuss their best practice examples. It reaches out to researchers, artists, teachers, and schools interested in empirical and cognitive cultural and literary studies, neuroscience, design, play, creativity, visual studies, and the visual and performing arts. Read the Call for Papers.
Confirmed international speakers include
Prof. Mie Buhl Ph.D. (Aalborg University) Programming as enabler of new aesthetic qualities in sculpting in visual arts education (abstract)
Assoc. Prof. Stine Ejsing-Duun Ph.D. (Aalborg University) / Assist. Prof. Magda Pischetola Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen): “Does it matter?”: Learning through aesthetic experiences in a higher education communication design course (abstract)
Mette Lynnerup Hollensen M.A. (Danish Teachers Resource Centre VIA CFU): Makerspaces – a close-to-practice talk about why the humanities need them (abstract)
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About this initiative
This symposium is a joint initiative between Associate Prof. Stine Ejsing-Duun Ph.D. (Aalborg University) / Assistant Prof. Magda Pischetola Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen), Mette Lynnerup Hollensen M.A. (Danish Teachers Resource Centre VIA CFU), Sannah König Dipl. Ing. (Stuttgart University) and Dr. Saskia Schabio (American Literature & Culture, Stuttgart University; PSE Stuttgart-Ludwigsburg KOALA Initiative Fachgruppe Englisch).
The project is supported by the PSE Stuttgart-Ludwigsburg KOALA Initiative/ English (University of Education Ludwigsburg and Stuttgart University).