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.
Please find links to the blog posts/papers from those presenting at the PESN 2022 conference. Each presenter/group of presenters will have 5 minutes to introduce their paper and then 15 minutes to answer questions/for further discussion. We invite you to post questions at the bottom of each blog post, so that presenters have time to prepare their response in advance of the conference.
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. |
(NB this blog post is password protected due to the content being pre-publication. Attendees of the PESN conference will receive the password but are asked not to share the content)
|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|