Looking to learn how you can develop interdisciplinary learning (IDL) in your school and how it can be used to enrich young people’s learning journey? Then read on…
The Royal Society of Edinburgh are hosting the “Interdisciplinary Learning: Creative Thinking for a Complex World”conference, bringing together thinkers, policy makers, teachers, lecturers and employers.
Speakers at the conference will examine IDL gives rise to creativity, innovation and advanced skills and why it is valued in the workplace.
There’s an exciting line-up on the day, with contributors including John Swinney MSP, Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, Gayle Gorman, Chief Executive, Education Scotland, Andy Hargreaves, international educationalist and many more!
Workshops at the event will focus on how IDL learning can be developed within schools, colleges and universities.
There is also the opportunity for you to share your own experiences and learn from existing interesting practice examples from fellow practitioners in Scotland, and beyond.
The event takes place on the 30th of January in Edinburgh and tickets are reduced to £40 for teachers and students!
If you’re interested in attending, follow this link here to find out more, get access to the programme with a full list of all the speakers in attendance, and to book your place.