Pedagogy in the Pub is a series of monthly discussions, facilitated by some of the keenest educational thinkers from Australia and abroad.
Each month, we will respond to a provocation from our speakers to explore ways that can re-imagine the 'promise of education' in a 'post-truth' world.
In April, the discussion will be led by Lucy Honan, Secondary School English and History teacher in Melbourne's north-west, and an organiser of Teachers for Refugees, Victoria.
Following media interest around a recent 'Teachers for Refugees' campaign, Lucy will respond to the prompt: 'Should schools be battle grounds for social change?'
Before you come, follow this link to learn more about the work of Teachers for Refugees: teachers4refugees.wordpress.com/
Pedagogy in the Pub will run between 6pm--8pm in the following format:
- Dinner and Drinks: 6:00 - 6:45pm (guests are invited to order from the Lincoln Hotel menu at their own expense)
- Guest Speaker: 6:45 - 7:00pm
- Open Discussion: 7:00 - 8:00pm
Pedagogy in the Pub is open to all. Please circulate among your friends and colleagues.
Keep an eye out for details about Pedagogy in the Pub in May: Owen Bennett, President of the Australian Unemployed Workers' Union