Liberalism and Equity in Troubling Times: What Democratic Nation States Need to Learn
The Department of Education and Curriculum Studies invites you to a public lecture presented by Distinguished Visiting Professor, Kerry Kennedy.
Title: Liberalism and Equity in Troubling Times: What Democratic Nation States Need to Learn
Bio: Kerry J Kennedy is a graduate of Stanford University (MA, PhD), the University of New England, Australia (MLitt) and the University of New South Wales, Australia (MEd, BA DipEd). He has held senior academic positions in Australia and Hong Kong. He is currently an Advisor (Academic Development) at The Education University of Hong Kong and a Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Johannesburg. His areas of research interest are curriculum policy and theory, classroom assessment and civics and citizenship education. He is currently Editor of Curriculum Perspectives, the journal of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association, Co-Editor of Educational Studies and the Series Editor for the Routledge Series on Schools and Schooling in Asia and Routledge’s Asia Europe Education Dialogue Series. He is a Life Member of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association, a Fellow of the Australian College of Education and a co-winner of the 2012 Richard M. Wolf Memorial Award presented by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement.
Date : Monday 28 February 2022
Time : 15:00 – 17:00
Zoom link https://zoom.us/j/98857690885
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