Social Distance, Teachers’ Beliefs and Teaching Practices in a Context of Social Disadvantage: Evidence from India and Pakistan

Date: 17 Nov 2021
Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Event Type: Seminar


The Oxford Global Public Seminars in Comparative and International Education address themes of major interest to academics, practitioners, and policy-makers working in the field of education globally. These seminars illuminate the role of education in societal development, with a focus on understanding changes in education policy, discourse, and practice, and how these changes influence individual opportunities and shape the development of educational institutions around the world. Seminars zoom into the local and zoom out into the national and supranational spaces, flows, and influences on education.

Speaker: DR Rabea Malik, CEO and Fellow, Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives
Assistant Professor, School of Education, LUMS, Pakistan

Talk title: Social Distance, Teachers’ Beliefs and Teaching Practices in a Context of Social Disadvantage: Evidence from India and Pakistan  

Chaired by Liam Gearon

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