15-04-2021  Thursday

01 February to 31 May, 2021

Conversation and Interaction Analysis in Science,Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Research

Every Monday (14:00-16:00), Thursday (11:00-13:00)

Venue: Online Meeting/Video Conferencing

Coordinator: Prof. Ayush Gupta

Graduate Course (Elective)

Instructor: Prof. Ayush Gupta


Thursday Seminar on "Learning as Entwined with Ideologies: Theoretical, Methodological, and Pedagogical Possibilities and Implications"

Date: 15 April, 2021
Time: 10:30 - 11:30

Venue: Online Meeting/Video Conferencing

Coordinator: Dr. Mashood K. K.


Prof. Thomas M. Philip


In this talk, Thomas M. Philip will explore how ideologies, particularly racial ideologies, are intertwined with learning. Looking across multiple learning contexts, Philip will consider the pedagogical, theoretical, and methodological insights and possibilities when we attend to interaction and the local construction and contestation of ideologies.

Bio Sketch:

Thomas M. Philip is a Professor of Education at the University of California Berkeley, where he also serves as the Faculty Director of Teacher Education. His research focuses on how teachers make sense of and address power and hierarchy in classrooms, schools, and society. His recent scholarship explores the possibilities and tensions with the use of artificial intelligence and digital learning technologies in classrooms.

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Meeting ID:

940 5808 5713