Monday 12 May 2014

Welcome to this blog which supports the 

                           2014 Heutagogy Conference

           Linking Heutagogy with Learning for the 21st century

A One Day event to be held on 6th June 2014

VENUE confirmed In London, WC1N 3QS, UK at the London Knowledge Lab (LKL)


9:00 Welcome & Introduction to the day: presenting the context of
Heutagogy (Fred Garnett/ Ronan O’Beirne organisers)

Morning theme; How helpful is the theory of heutagogy?

9:30 Keynote; Stewart Hase “Heutagogy; contributing to an educational revolution?” Followed by plenary discussion to identify HnS workshop themes. (30mins & 15mins plenary)

10:15 Hope ‘n’ Space workshop: to provide a question or an answer for
the discussion e.g. "A heutagogy toolbox for the 21st Century learning”
(tea and coffee free flowing) (group chairs to be identified in discussion)

11:30 Feedback from workshops – curated by Fred Garnett (&CC after)

12:00 Pecha Kucha – randomly chosen (6min 40s each maximum) all
audio recorded (all attendees invited to present a PK).

13:00 Lunch

Afternoon theme; How helpful is the practice of heutagogy?

14:00 Show and Tell of Practical Heutagogy: Heutagogy projects on display. Convivial Camera, Raspberry Pi/Wyliodrin, Soundwalk, WikiQuals, Digital/Analogue integration, Learning Planet, iPad Art, Open Sqolars, Silicon Skills, Hub Westminster, Transition Councils, Recipe Walks, Social Reporting, OpenRSA, Open Institutes...

16:00 Show and Tell plenary. What is Practical Heutagogy?

16:15 Heutagogy-­enabled policy for the 21st Century; Nigel Ecclesfield

16.30 Plenary 21st Century Education; what’s missing from this picture?

BOOKINGS will open soon - watch this space 
for more information please contact

Key People:

Monika Barton - Prague (organizer of last years - 2013 conference)
Lisa Marie Blaschke – Stuttgart (key speaker at 2013 conference)
Bernard Bull - Wisconsin US (enthusiast keen to help organize 2014 conference)
Fred Garnett - London (enthusiast keen to be involved in 2014 conference)
Stewart Hase - Sydney (organizer and be involved in 2014 conference) 
Ronan O’Beirne - Bradford (organizer and be involved in 2014 conference) 

SEE ALSO The Heutagogic Archives