AGECS FREE FORUM – 27 February. An evening of theatre and dialogue

Troubling Place and Reconciliation Pedagogies in Early Childhood Education
with Mat Jakobi, Catherine Hamm, and Mindy Blaise, Victoria University

An Evening of Theatre and Dialogue

By experimenting with a walking, dialoguing, and placing methodology, this presentation shows how an Australian Aboriginal teacher educator and two settler white women are dialoguing in ways that scratch at the layers of inscription that are present in the Australian landscape. Three critical placing practices- engaging, scratching, and re(turn)ing will be presented as a dialogic performance and as a strategy to make visible the processes of troubling place and reconciliation pedagogies in early childhood education.

TUESDAY 27 FEBRUARY
7PM TO 9PM

Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Theatre 230
234 Queensberry Street
CARLTON

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Certificates of Attendance provided on request following the Forum

AGECS invites early childhood educators who are not already members, to join the Association for a once only payment of $50 for life-time membership.  Apply now: http://agecs.org.au/

The AGECS meets on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people. We acknowledge the Wurundjeri Elders, past, present and future. We strive to journey in partnership with Aboriginal Communities across Victoria as part of our commitment to equity and social justice in early childhood