International Symposium Vienna: Promoting Intercultural Science Education For Adults
Improving our work with and for marginalised groups of adult migrants and refugees.
This 1,5 day symposium invites science centers and museums, cultural and educational institutions to learn and reflect on theoretical and practical aspects when working with adult refugees and migrants.
What key competences do Science Educators and Facilitators need?
How can we train our staff?
Can we become thoroughly inclusive learning spaces?
An opportunity to learn, share and discuss
The international PISEA consortium generated a set of practical resources to tackle these questions. Get to know the Booklet of competences, the Staff training resources and the Handbook for adult science education institutions, discuss pilot activities, bring your own examples (poster session) and reflect on structural implementations with invited experts!
Time: October 17-18th 2019, Vienna, Austria
Place: Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art (Volkskundemuseum Wien)
Laudongasse 15-19, A 1080 Vienna
Registration Fee: 30 € includes coffee breaks and lunch on Friday.
(Please contact us if money issue would prevent you from participating)
Please register online until 30th September 2019.
Contact: For questions and poster submissions, write to email@example.com