Visual Literacy, SEND and Learning Differences at the British Film Institute

2:00 pm-4:00 pm

Accenture-BFI-logoHow can film help us as educators meet the needs of young people who learn differently?

Join us at the BFI for an afternoon to challenge your thinking and explore:

  • Film as a tool for enhanced understanding
  • Film as a means to challenge stereotypes
  • Film as an outlet for parental voice
  • Film as a means of bringing people together  and establish a shared understanding
  • Film to give visibility to a hidden population

 We will  be joined by:

  •  Keynote from Dr Liz Pellicano  Director of CRAE, UCL IOE
  • Innovation prize winners ‘How Do I?’
  • Professor Philip Garner
  • Dr Lee Humber
  • Professor Martin Wright
  • Liz Hunt, Associate editor of the Telegraph
  • Cristina Odone
  • Professor Andy Minion? (not yet confirmed)
  • Annie Grant

When: Friday 20th January 2017, 2.00pm – 4.00pm

Where: BFI Southbank, South Block, Belvedere Rd, London, SE1 8XT

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