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Writing Workshop - Creative Writing

Tuesday 31st May 2022
Timings: 1 - 4pm
Location: Zoom
Price: FREE for BADth Members
Building on our successful writing workshops BADth is now offering other significant support and input from different disciplines The motivation is to encourage Dramatherapists to continue and develop contact with the wider academic and cultural world.
Full Description

You will be supported to achieve the goal you set yourself (make it realistic) and build your confidence to share good practice and innovation through writing, which might include, abstracts for conferences, posters or just getting together some ideas.

Facilitators and peers will share tips and ideas to help you get started and help direct towards completion of the task you set yourself. There will be a small discussion about how to publish your work in a Journal.

Facilitator(s)

Mark Chater

Mark is an independent writer and consultant on education, religion, worldviews, ecology, theology, and dialogue. A former teacher, academic, policy adviser, and charitable trust Director, Mark lives in South Cumbria, walking, writing fiction and supporting educational initiatives.

Currently Mark is an editor of the Reforming RE blog series, a theology and ethos adviser for Oasis Global, a Trustee/Director of Good Shepherd Multi-Academy Trust, in and serves on various advisory committees related to worldviews education, diversity education, and Religious Education policy. He is a Professor of Practice at the University of Cumbria. Mark has written or edited eight books, including theology (Jesus Christ, Learning Teacher: where theology and pedagogy meet, SCM Press, 2020), and RE (Does Religious Education have a Future?, Routledge, 2013; We Need to Talk about RE, Jessica Kingsley, 2017; Reforming; RE: Power and knowledge in a worldviews curriculum, John Catt, 2020).

More Information
FLYERWritingWorkshops.pdf
Contact Information
Contact Name: Fran Fleming