Social pedagogy is an ethical, theoretical and practical approach to training, education and policy. It is education in its widest sense (Petrie et al 2006). Social pedagogy can be applied across a range of contexts and can be highly effective with using music or other creative activities to engage children and young people in creative, care, educational and criminal justice settings.
Social pedagogy underpins practice with children and young people at Sage Gateshead and we would like to share knowledge about this approach to increase awareness and improve the experiences of children and young people; we are therefore offering tickets for this event free of charge.
This hybrid event is presented both online and at Sage Gateshead in partnership with Blue Cabin CIO and will include presentations, workshops and a panel discussion with a focus on social pedagogy and inclusive practice. Delegates will come away with new knowledge, insight, skills and contacts.