The engagement of this project has ended
Do you want to receive an email when news items are posted?
The next Camden Conversation session will be on Wednesday 24 February, 4pm-5pm , and will be led by Lee Jerome, Associate Professor of Education at Middlesex University, on the subject of Children's Rights in Schools: Getting it right and avoiding the pitfalls.
During the session, Lee will share international research evidence about the impact of children's rights education (CRE) and highlight the benefits for children and teachers. He will offer a series of benchmarks for good practice to illustrate the implications of CRE for whole-school policy, curriculum planning, teaching and community relations. As well as highlighting these successes, he will also cover some of the common pitfalls experienced by others which teachers might fruitfully plan to avoid.
Lee Jerome is Associate Professor of Education at Middlesex University and a founder-member of the Association for Citizenship Teaching. He has been writing educational resources, training teachers, and conducting research in citizenship and children's rights education for 20 years. In this presentation, Lee will draw on research conducted for his forthcoming book with Hugh Starkey: 'Children's Rights Education in Diverse Classrooms'.
To book your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org