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June 3, 2019

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June 3, 2019

On the first Saturday of every month everyone is welcome to join a Mindboggles session at the School of Education Staffroom in the Neville Alexander Building at UCT. Mindboggles is an opportunity to put into practice the pedagogy of Philosophy with Children: the Commun...

April 12, 2019

Cara Borcherds and I had written a chapter for the book Feminist Research for 21st-Century Childhoods: Common World Methods. The book had arrived after my return (see image 1). The session was a poster session and I had been asked to work together with Cristina Vintimi...

April 12, 2019

At the annual meeting of the AERA (American Educational Research Association) in Toronto this week, we presented our paper that has just been published.

See: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00131857.2019.1570843

It was a ‘round table session’. As you can see...

January 2, 2019

Thinking together about research at the 2018 SAERA conference and our bodies assert their presence in the room where other bodies, even the glasses, sit in lines and ask questions of us. They and the water are silent but vibrate and resonate as we talk and send waves i...

November 21, 2017

Sumaya Babamia, Rose-Anne Reynolds and Joyce West attended the ICPIC Pre-conference three day seminar in LaCorrola, Madrid, 26-28  June 2017.  Karin Murris  and Joanna Haynes co-facilitated the philosophical and post-qualitative research seminar.  The pre-conference se...

SOFT AND HARD: Siddique Motala uses art and other creative avenues to make students relate to each other and his subject

A willingness to tackle difficult topics and include creative influences in his lectures have earned a CPUT lecturer a top teaching award. Siddique M...

 Viv Bozalek, Karin Murris, Sumaya Babamia and Veronica Mitchell all DECD project members attended the AERA 2017 conference which was held in San Antonio, Texas. Take a walk with us through some of their presentations and photographs of their experiences. There were qu...

December 9, 2016

Fingerprints provide a symbolic representation of our unique identity through the shaping of ridges on our skin. While fingerprint recognition is widely used as an accountability mechanism and gateway for access, it indicates only a certain aspect of our identity, an i...

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