Future of Work Programme: Collaborative work in the construction industry? The case of schools

16
Jun
2016
Future of Work Programme: Collaborative work in the construction industry? The case of schools

16 Jun 2016 12:30 - 14:00

Barclay Room, Green Templeton College



Future of Work Programme: Collaborative work in the construction industry? The case of schools

About the seminar
This seminar will explore the design and construction of building as a prime example of multi-agency working. There will also be a discussion about the extent to which constructors, architects, engineers and commissioners are prepared to undertake this kind of work and the consequences of their actions when they are not.

Speakers
Harry Daniels is Professor of Education in the Department of Education, University of Oxford and a GTC Fellow. He specialises in the development of post-Vygotskian and activity theories and studies learning across a wide range of domains from these perspectives. His current research focuses on the relationship between design and practice.

Hau Ming Tse is a Research Fellow in the Department of Education, University of Oxford and a member of the Technical Advisory Group for the OECD Centre for Effective Learning Environments. Hau Ming was an Associate Director at David Chipperfield Architects until 2007. Her current research examines the complex relationship between design and educational practice in some of the most challenging primary and secondary schools in the UK.

Registration
Spaces are limited and registration is essential by Monday 13 June.

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