Politics, policy and pedagogy: exploring inter-connections and telling new stories – – – Professor Peter Moss will be joining the Provincial Centre for an online (zoom) conversation on Monday, September 9th from 12:00-2:00PM EST. Please register by September 5th.
Early childhood’s aesthetic experience in the digital age: perspectives and connections – – – Pedagogista Lorenzo Manera will be joining the Provincial Centre for an online (zoom) conversation on Tuesday, August 27th from 1:00-3:00PM EST. Please RSVP by Friday, August 23rd.
Professor Silvana Calaprice from the University of Bari, Italy, joined in conversation with pedagogists with the Provincial Centre and the wider community in May 2019. This exposure event, titled Pedagogy and the Role of a Pedagogista: A Perspective, offered opportunities for pedagogists to consider what is required to take on the role of a pedagogist, what might be possible when we take up […]
In May 2019 the Provincial Centre of Excellence began its “becoming-pedagogists exposure series”, intended to help nurture the dispositions and sensitivities at the heart of pedagogical work. The first gathering was titled, “Becoming a pedagogist and Co-creating Pedagogical Processes”. The online conversation was an introduction to what a pedagogist does, and invited pedagogists and educators […]
The Provincial Centre invites reflections from those who have engaged in the pedagogist orientation to make visible their experiences. Shared here are the first of many snapshots from pedagogists who have been impacted by experiences of becoming a pedagogist.
The Provincial Centre of Excellence has been invited to an online public lecture on Friday, May 31st from 12:00-2:00PM EST. The lecture, delivered via Zoom by Silvana Calaprice from the Univeristy of Bari-Italy and hosted by Capilano University and Western University, is titled “Pedagogy and the Role of the Pedagogista: A Perspective“. It will address […]
Please consider dwelling a while here, lingering with the ideas and voices that emerge. Consider too how you might join the Provincial Centre’s pedagogical commitments toward deep listening…slowing down…“staying with the trouble”… and breaking a bit of an intellectual sweat.