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TESF team presents at UKFIET Conference on International Education and Development
This year’s conference theme was ‘Building Back Better in Education and Training?’ and TESF’s contribution was to the thematic area of research methods. Transforming education systems for sustainable futures requires new approaches to research methodologies, partnership working and measurements of what we value. In this symposium, TESF partners described the Network’s approaches to research methodology, partnership working, and indicator development.
Upcoming webinars - autumn 2020
We are delighted to announce a number of upcoming webinars: Re-imagining UK education research partnerships in the South: prospects for mutual and equitable relationships (18 Nov 2020), Unintended Methodologies: arts-based research practices as forms of listening (25 Nov 2020), and Skills for Sustainable Futures (16 Dec 2020). For further information on these events, please visit our Events page.
We were delighted to connect with many attendees at our two recent webinars: Launch of Professor Leon Tikly’s new book ‘Education for Sustainable Development in the Postcolonial World’ (16 July 2020), and our first TESF webinar on ‘Conceptualising Education for Sustainable Futures: Framing the work of the TESF Network Plus’ (22 July 2020). Please visit our Events page for more information and to access recordings of our webinars.
Climate Emergency Discussion Forum
In January 2020, alongside TESF’s Network Plus launch in Bristol, TESF members joined up with the Bristol University Sustainable Futures group to discuss the role of Higher Education in addressing the climate emergency. This was an opportunity to further the thinking about Bristol University’s response to the climate emergency by learning from TESF partners in South Africa, the Netherlands, Nigeria and Sweden, as well as from other projects in the Bristol University’s School of Education.