Pathways to impact
Learning power and knowledge co-construction in
education and corporate contexts
ViTaL Partnerships, a ‘knowledge exchange partner’ of the GSoE, has been researching and developing the theory and practice of learning power and authentic enquiry since 2004, in nursery, primary, secondary, tertiary and higher education contexts, a young offenders institution, with NEET learners and more recently with corporate learning and development partners, as far afield as Australia, Bahrain and Malaysia. The seminar will explore how the research has impacted on practice and how evidence of effective practice has impacted reciprocally on the research and development agenda.
Speaker: Tim Coburn and Tim Small
TIM COBURN is a learning and leadership development specialist and Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Systems Learning and Leadership and CEO of ViTaL Partnerships. He worked for 20 years in senior learning and leadership development roles at the BBC, Motorola and Rolls-Royce where he was Global Head of Learning and Development.
TIM SMALL, a former secondary Head, also a Visiting Fellow at the Centre, specialises in researching and facilitating leadership, learning and change in education. He has led ViTaL Partnerships’ Research and Development programme since its inception in 2004.
Time: March 22nd, 16:30-17:45
Place: Room 2.17, the Graduate School of Education, 35 Berkeley Square, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1JAAll are welcome.