Creativity, Science of Learning, and Artificial Intelligence: What would Maxine Greene do?

Sat, Nov. 25, 2023 09:30:00 — 17:00:00 AEST

The University of Melbourne

Creative Agency, School of Education (RMIT University) and the AARE Arts Education Practice Research (AEPR) SIG invite you to participate in a one-day workshop and seminar as a pre-cursor to the AARE Conference in Melbourne (26 – 30 November).

The aim of this innovative and participatory event is to dive deep into contemporary issues related to creativity, and the impact on hot topics and debates, especially related to learning sciences, artificial intelligence, initial teacher education and arts-based practices. The event will build on the work of Maxine Greene and encourages disruption and discourse about how creativity and aesthetics knowledges affect current debates. Anchored by keynotes including Prof. Pam Burnard (Cambridge University, UK) and Prof. Daniel X. Harris (Creative Agency, RMIT University) the day will include snapshots of practice and the launch of the Creative Futures Consortium.

Event Details: Creativity, Science of learning, and Artificial Intelligence: What would Maxine Greene do?
When: Saturday 25 November, 2023. 9:30am – 5:00pm
Where: Faculty of Education, The University of Melbourne, studioFive
234 Queensberry St. Parkville, Vic.
Who: Arts-based Educators, Creativity Scholars, Initial Teacher Educators, PhD students, teachers and interdisciplinary thought leaders.

Please add this to your diary and your AARE schedule. See you in Melbourne!


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