In February 2017 we were invited by Solidarity Against Neoliberal Extremism (SANE) to run a workshop around critical education at their 2 day Congress. In the workshop we facilitated a dialogue around the question: 'What is the role of critical education/and critical educators in challenging neoliberalism?'. Using images to formulate our responses to this question we then categorised our ideas into:
1) What is critical education?
2) Where does it take place?
3) Who is involved?
4) What challenges we might face in doing critical education?
Here are the thoughts that arose from the group discussion
If you'd like to participate in, or have CAMINA facilitate, a similar discussion get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Thanks to the good folk at SANE for inviting us and to the CAMINA members who helped us to deliver it and to all who participated in shaping the discussion.
Events and workshops
As part of the learning as we go project we will deliver a range of workshops and eventsin the community which bring educators (and community members) together to explore what is needed to support more effective, sustainable and transformative practice.