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The role of fiction and aesthetics in learning and development
A symposium organised by
University of Huddersfield’s Teaching, Public Pedagogies and Professionalism Research Group
Through this symposium we will examine how educators can use fiction and creative practice to promote reflection, empathy and knowledge construction amongst adult learners.
Chad Hoggan from North Carolina State University will join Christine Jarvis and Sarah Williamson from the University of Huddersfield to present their experiences of and research into the use of fiction and creative practices to foster both personal and professional development.
Supported by BERA Post-Compulsory and Lifeling Learning special interest group.
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When & Where
School of Education and Professional Development
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