Are you interested in teaching anthropology outside the university? Would you like to develop projects that educate and inspire? Drawing on examples from around the world, this workshop invites participants to think deeply about what it means to teach and learn anthropology in different contexts and to consider the practical challenges and opportunities in this area.
09.12. 2019, 9:00-16:00
Pracownia Duży Pokój, ul. Warecka 4/6, Warszawa
(wejście od ul. Kubusia Puchatka)
Would you like to:
- discover how anthropology is taught and learned outside universities in other countries?
- get ideas for creating resources, qualifications or events about anthropology for young people?
- kickstart an educational project in your community, tailoring it to the local context?
- connect with others working in this field and foster connections between anthropologists and local schools?
The workshop welcomes experienced educators and those with an interest in anthropology in education.
Emma Ford is the Education and Communications Officer of the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) and the Secretary of the IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education. She has experience working with examination bodies to support and develop a range of anthropology qualifications. Emma creates teaching resources to accompany ethnographic films, organises London Anthropology Day (an event for 16-18 year olds at the British Museum) and coordinates an international network of people interested in anthropology and education. In addition, she runs teacher support events and provides guidance to teachers and members of the public who are new to anthropology. She also trains and manages student volunteers for the Royal Anthropological Institute’s international anthropology conferences.
Pracownia Warecka – zadanie finansowane w ramach umowy 973/P-DUN/2018 ze środków Ministra Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego przeznaczonych na działalność upowszechniającą naukę. Projekt współfinansuje m.st. Warszawa.