The OARS Project will deliver two public seminars at the University of Oxford in June 2019.
- The first will be a seminar as part of a series organised by the Philosophy, Religion and Education research group. This will take place on 18th June 2019 at 5:30pm and will be presented by Liam Guilfoyle, Nigel Fancourt, and Jessica Chan.
- The second seminar will be the final seminar in a 3-part seminar series on the topic of Deep Learning in the Disciplines organised by the Subject Pedagogy Research Group (24th June 2019; 10:30am-12pm).
Questions that will be considered under this series include, but are not limited to, the following:
Each seminar focuses on 2 or 3 subject areas and involves brief subject-specific presentations on aspects related to the topic of the seminar, followed by cross-subject discussions. This final seminar will focus Science and Religious Education. Previous seminars focused on: Mathematics and English (May 3, 11am-12.30pm, room G); and Geography, History, and Modern Foreign Languages (May 16, 1-3pm, room G).
- How can deep learning in a particular discipline look like?
- What would be examples of shallow learning?
- How is new evidence developed and established in a particular discipline?