28 February 2024, 1pm – 2pm GMT
In this online seminar, Associate Professor Stavroula Philippou (University of Cyprus) will explore the enactment of the Health/Life Education curriculum in the classroom, the nano-site where curriculum-making is instantiated through teaching, as at interaction and intersection with other sites.
Her research draws on an ethnographic study in Cyprus and data include policy and curriculum materials, video recordings of lessons and respective teaching materials used as well as multiple teacher interviews. The analysis illustrates the complex directions the Health/Life Education curriculum as enacted has been taking and presented through ‘curriculum events’ which are theorised as joint ‘negotiations’ in classroom settings. These are often shaped by teachers and pupils, but also as they emerge from/through (im)material conditions, pertaining to the classroom/school space, but also beyond those, and the disciplinarity of Health Education.
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Meeting ID: 983 0826 5025