Events

Feb 21, 2018

Bridging Traditions and Innovations - Social Pedagogy Conference (Mexico)

This conference will bring together academics and practitioners to encourage fruitful dialogues between theory and practice.

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Nov 19, 2017

Presented by Nanako Iwasa, Hokkaido University, Japan

Indigenous education, social pedagogy and cultural revitalization: The case of Ainu in Japan

The Ainu people have brought about a change in their lives by making efforts to restore their culture since the Law for the Promotion of the Ainu Culture was passed in Japan in 1997. The social and educational context also changed dramatically in 2008 when the Legislature passed a resolution that recognized the Ainu as "indigenous people of Japan”.

Currently, preparations are made for the National Ainu Museum that will open in 2020. This presentation will discuss the main issues faced by the Ainu people in this new context, and will describe some educational projects aiming at cultural revitalization, local development and empowerment.

Nov 15, 2017

Social Pedagogical Leadership Course (Edinburgh)

This is a three-day course offered by ThemPra Social Pedagogy. The course will take place in Edinburgh, United Kingdom 16 - 18 November. Visit: http://www.thempra.org.uk/news/social-pedagogical-leadership for more information. 

Oct 28, 2017

Karla Villaseñor discusses the Centro Universitario de Participatión Social (CUPS) (USA)

The Social Pedagogy Association, Arizona State University Social and Cultural Pedagogy Graduate Student Organization, and the Social Cultural Pedagogy Program at Arizona State University, are proud to present "Participatory Evaluation: Lessons from the 'community schools' project.

 

The Social Cultural Pedagogy Program at ASU is honored to welcome Karla Villasenor, Professor, Centro Universitario de Participación Social, on Monday, Octo...ber 29, 2017 at Arizona State University, Tempe Campus in 255 Wilson Hall.

Since 2007, the Centro Universitario de Participatión Social (CUPS) of the University of Puebla, has been implementing an educational program for children and teenagers who are not attending schools. In 2015, the university undertook a participatory evaluation of this program.

Dr. Villasenor will describe this process, the results, and some of the lessons learned by this program regarding participatory evaluation.

Aug 03, 2017

Social Pedagogy, participatory research and social change: The case of the Youth Club of La Maranya, Spain (USA)

In this presentation, Dr. Arecia Aguirre García-Carpintero will share her work with youth in La Casa de Joventut La Maranya (Benicàssim, Spain) using participatory research and critical ethnography. She will describe the culture of youth participation in Benicàssim and how the Youth Club became a change agent in the local area. She will explain the two main dimensions (structural and relational) of the collective dynamics. Finally, she will highlight the main factors that nurture or inhibit the role that youth education and participatory research can play in promoting social change.

Friday, August 4, 2017
4:00-5:30 pm
255 Wilson Hall,
School of Social Transformation
Arizona State University

Apr 09, 2017

AIEJI World Congress (Brazil)

The AIEJI World Congress will take place in spring 2017. The host of the world congress is AEESSP (Associacao dos Educadores e Educadoras Sociais do Estado de Sao Paulo) and will take place at the University of Campinas in the constituent state Sao Paulo, Brasil. 

For more information, visit: http://xixcongresso.aeessp.org.

Oct 23, 2016

Social Pedagogy and Foster Children: From Applied Project to Nonprofit Organization (USA)

Graduate students in the field of social pedagogy are encouraged to attend this talk presented by Kara O'Neil regarding her journey from a Master's in Social Pedagogy to nonprofit leadership. 24 October, 2016
West Hall 120, Arizona State University, Tempe Campus
12:00pm - 1:30pm (1330) 

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