Enquiries: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Inaugural PESN conference – 21 January 2022
On 21 January 2022, we will be holding our inaugural PESN conference. It will take place online (on Zoom) from 2-5pm. To ensure maximum time is available for questions, answers and discussion, this conference will be based on a flipped webinar format.
Each participant was asked to write a blog post of roughly 1500-2000 words, which have been uploaded at http://pesn.co.uk/pesn-2022-conference-papers prior to the conference to allow time for all attendees to read in advance. We invite attendees to submit questions in advance using the comment function so that presenters have time to prepare their answers.
On the day of the conference presenters will have 5mins to verbally present the key elements from their paper (with or without slides) before answering any questions and entering into further discussion for the remaining 15mins. We hope this will encourage lively but fruitful engagement with research topics.
We aim to offer a welcoming, inclusive and supportive space for everyone.
To book a free place to attend the conference: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pesn-inaugural-conference-tickets-225269696727
|2.15-2.35||Neetha Joy||“The Advantage of Disadvantage” – A study about lived experiences of disabled teachers.|
|2.35-2.55||Jo Billington||“I liked school, but school didn’t like me”: reflections on the autistic mainstream primary school experience.|
|2.55-3.15||Una Lodge||Topic: exploring the construction of ‘disadvantage’ within English secondary schools.|
|3.45-4.05||Dr Julie Ovington, Dr Jo Albin-Clark, Louise Hawxwell, Liz Latto||‘Matter matters’: Knowledge-ing with kin through collective storytelling.|
|4.05-4.25||Juliette Bertoldo||‘Why is death valuable to think about for education?’: reintegrating death within life for navigating vulnerable times.|
|4.25-4.45||Daniel Adamson||‘Textbook portrayals of Britain and the Holocaust.’|
|5.00-5.30||FINAL REFLECTIONS AND CLOSE|