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The University of Bolton’s Centre of Pedagogy is happy to host its first Centre of Pedagogy evening for 2020, the theme of the event is Mental Health & Wellbeing. The evening will include talks, new research presentations and discussions underpinned by the University of Bolton’s TIRI (Teaching Intensive, Research Informed) approach to Education.
Date: Wednesday 26 February 2020
Time: 5.30pm – Networking and Coffee
6.00- 8.00pm – Main Event
Venue: Main Lecture Theatre, the University of Bolton, Deane Road, Bolton, BL3 5AB.
Our guest speakers include practitioners from the Further and Higher Education Sectors, who will be presenting new research on perspectives of pedagogy.
Professor Patrick McGhee FRSA – Mental Health and Ways of Thinking – a perspective on educational practice
Dr Pauline Walters – Respite, Relationships and Resilience – The Value of Therapeutic Inclusion.
Chathurika Kannangara – What makes students thrive at University?
Catriona Laird – Therapy approaches to self-harm
Kate Russell – Mental Health and Trainee Teacher (MHTT) Project
Please to find out more and book onto the event check out the event page
We hope to see you there!