On 23-24 November, the conference “Education and mobility” proposes to explore the implications of education for mobility across the education system – from primary school to university – and relating to all those involved in both formal and less formal education settings ; to question the very foundations of the concept of mobility and their relationship with pedagogical implementation ; analyse tools and approaches and their effectiveness in all spheres of education; interrogate the impact of Education for mobility on professional identities and professionalism in education contexts; to articulate pedagogies of mobility and otherness; to consider Education for mobility in a pluri- and multicultural context.
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Shona Whyte, professor of English at the Université Nice Sophia Antipolis in Nice, France and a SPIRAL Advisory board member kindly published this blog post after the advisory board meeting that took place in Alcala de Henares beginning of March 2017.
This is a perfect introduction guide to the project. Thank you Shona!
The “Réseau national des ESPE”, associate partner of the SPIRAL project, has posted a review of the first year of the SPIRAL project. It is available on their website here, in French.
This national network counts the 33 French schools of education as members. Created in 2014, it provides support to the schools and helps their development through mutualisation of resources and exchanges of good practices. The Université of Caen-Normandie and the Université Paris-Sorbonne, members of the SPIRAL Consortium are among its members.