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Webinar: Pandemic experiences of UK Higher Education

23 June @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Free

Hosted by: School for Education, Liverpool Hope University
Date: Wednesday 23rd June 2021
Time: 11 am – 12 noon
Fees: Free of Charge
Registration: Website Link
Further information: holmess1@hope.ac.uk

The aim of this webinar, hosted by the Childhood Research Forum at Liverpool Hope University, is to share initial findings of a survey exploring UK student parent’s experiences of the pandemic lockdowns. Their perspectives, coping mechanisms and identity re-positioning will all be discussed within the framework of existing understandings of the student parent sector.

Presentations from:

  • Dr Zoi Nikiforidou: Student-parents or parent-students—A Third Space approach
  • Dr Sarah Holmes: Coping Mechanisms adopted by students with parental responsibilities during UK lockdown
  • Dr Babs Anderson: Exploring the intersectionality of multiple identities—student and/or parent during lockdown
  • Dr Harriet Pattison: Lessons from lockdown—could pandemic schooling help change education?

 

We cordially invite you to join us for this event, as we consider together how these narratives may inform ongoing policy and practice.

Dr. Babs Anderson
Senior Lecturer Early Childhood
School of Education Senior Academic Adviser (SSAA)
SFHEA
Key Practitioner Learning and Teaching
Head of Level H Core 2 Early Childhood
Liverpool Hope University

Details

Date:
23 June
Time:
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost:
Free
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Liverpool Hope University
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