HLCA will attend this year`s “A Child’s World Conference 2018 – New Shoes New Direction” from 11th-13th July 2018 at Aberystwyth University (Wales, UK) and have two oral presentations on:
- Learning, education and the ethical question of what we offer to pupils (Ullrich Bauer and Uwe H. Bittlingmayer)
- A review of health literacy of children and young people: definitions, interpretations, and implications for future research and practice initiatives (Paulo Pinheiro)
“A Child’s World – New Shoes New Direction” Conference has been devised to frame new concepts in collaborative practice in childhood studies against social, legislative and organisational changes within an international strategic dimension.
In line with embedding Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship (ESDGC), raising standards, promoting pupil participation and developing effective leadership and management, collaborative working is a vital tool in creating effective policy and shared practice.
From Schools, we would be interested to consider and include case studies of good practice relating to any of the above key themes in the conference.
Focused primarily at an educational research and professional audience, the findings will be relevant across a range of disciplines, including governmental policy formulation, social care and operational delivery of public services. The wide ranging scope of the conference will be highly applicable for national, regional and local government, education professionals and of direct interest to the general public.
It is intended that a series of papers of academic quality and scholarly importance will be published, providing the opportunity to identify and share best practice amongst subject professionals.
Venue: Aberystwyth University, Penglais Campus, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK
Organised and hosted by the School of Education, Aberystwyth
Key Speakers include:
- Professor Sally Holland, Children’s Commissioner for Wales.
- Professor Janet Boddy, Director, Centre for Innovation and Research in Childhood and Youth, School of Education and Social Work, University of Sussex, Brighton.
- Professor Anne Trine Kjørholt, Norwegian Centre for Child Research, Department of Education and Life Long Learning, Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
- Dr Evelyn Arizpe, Senior Lecturer, Children’s Literature and Literacies, School of Education, University of Glasgow.
- Dr. Alejandro Paniagua, Consultant, Innovative Pedagogies for Powerful Learning (IPPL), Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI), OECD, Paris
- Professor Ming Tak Hue, Head of Department, Special Education and Counselling, The Education University of Hong Kong
- Meilyr Rowlands, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector For Education and Training in Wales, Estyn
- Professor Tom Crick MBE, School of Education and Department of Computer Science, Swansea University