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To mark National Child Day (Nov. 20th) and advocate for children's rights, the Bachelor of Child Studies students (CSSW Department), will present visual metaphors - two and three dimensional multimedia art pieces - that reflect sociocultural, historical, scientific and personal perspectives on children and childhood in the 21st century. 

 

"Every society, every culture, every family imagines children and childhood in its own way...our own social, cultural, economic, and political perspectives determine the image of the child, and for educators it is also informed by theories of learning. Current and historic theories of early learning view children in particular ways and influence our image of the child" (Makovichuk, Hewes, Lirette, & Thomas, 2014).

When:
Monday, November 19, 2018 9:00am - 8:00pm
Where:
Ideas Lounge (EL1270)
Presented by:
Faculty of Health, Community and Education - Child Studies and Social Work
Organizer:
Courtney Montgomery

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