THE DIGNIFIED LEARNING PROJECT
The Dignified Learning Project wants to help people connect and better understand one another. It aims to do so by revolutionizing education through approaching teacher training, engaging with communities, and offering student services. We believe in providing dignified education for all.
Join us for our 2nd Annual Praxis in Education Student Conference!
Since 2018, the Dignified Learning Project (DLP) has hosted the Praxis in Education Student Conference. The conference was created with the vision to provide an event for the student community to convene, focused on the goal of transforming education through educational praxis. This is a great opportunity to connect and learn from each other, as well as share and expand on our knowledge.
Students from all disciplines are welcome, as long as the focus of your paper/research centers on education. Topics may include but are not limited to; theory in education, educational praxis, education policy, education transformation, education practices, education research and etc. This is a student conference, so please be sure to be a student or recently graduated student (undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate) when submitting abstracts.
This year's keynote speaker is Dr. John W. Murphy, Professor of Sociology at the University of Miami, FL. As one of the most prolific writers of our generation in the field of social theory, Dr. Murphy has covered topics including globalization, narrative medicine, health, stratification, race, education, and postmodernism. Dr. Murphy's writing and research are all underpinned by community-based philosophy.
There will be free workshops on education in addition to the presentations. Additional details will be announced soon.
Conference attendance is open and free to the public.
Abstract Submissions are due on April 5, 2019 by 8:00 PM. There are no registration or presentation fees.