Join in! Pioneerworks Summit on Pedagogy, June 21st
Pedagogy can be a space for imagining radical change, for testing new modes of learning and doing. While discussions of teaching strategies often occur only within specific disciplines or professional training, they have the potential to provide models for inquiry and practice that reach across disciplines and contexts. In an effort to facilitate pedagogical exchange, Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation will host its first annual Summit on Pedagogy on June 21, 2015.
The Summit will take the form of a series of hands-on workshops to practice and exchange tools and ideas from a range of disciplines, including Waldorf Education, Alternative Math Curriculum, Learning insights from Neuroscience, Strategies for Teaching Black Lives Matter, Environmental Education in the Anthropocene, Cooperatives and Collectives and more!
The summit is co-organized by Catherine Despont Director of Education at Pioneer Works, and Hallie Scott, Education Director at the Wassaic Project.
Full schedule here.