The summer is passing at top speed, and it seems no time since the Threshold Concepts conference in at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. We had a productive and enjoyable day, with some colleagues who are veteran Threshold Concepts conference goers and others at their first conference. For most of the morning we linked up with colleagues in Glasgow, Coventry and Plymouth in the UK. The day generated lively discussion and lots of ideas for how to take the group forward in the future. The first step is setting up a Slack community for discussion and sharing. All our existing contacts will be added to this automatically, but if you’d like to join this group, just get in touch…
Come this way… to our pre-conference event that will held on Wednesday June 15th. We’re planning a morning of discussion, short presentations and debate, focusing on the theme “To disaggregate or not…” We’ll be linking up by videoconference with colleagues in Glasgow and once that’s over there’ll be opportunity to continue the discussion over lunch and on into the afternoon for those who want. So, if you’re going to be in Halifax on Tuesday and have an interest in threshold concepts around health and social care then register for this free event. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you want to come along.
Join us at Dalhousie University, Halifax Canada for a one day, pre-conference event where we’ll be focusing on threshold concepts in health and social care. In the morning we’ll link up to Glasgow for a joint session with papers and discussion. The main afternoon session will be a workshop: To disaggregate or not, the dilemma of complex threshold concepts. There may be a small charge for catering for this day, but no other fees will apply. To register to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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