Critical Pedagogy HE Teaching Practice (CPHETP) Lab

Organised by Dyi Huijg at London South Bank University:

The Critical Pedagogy HE Teaching Practice (CPHETP) Lab is intended for all of those who teach in Higher Education (from professors to graduate teaching assistants) and who seek to practically develop their HE teaching practice and, grounded in critical pedagogy principles, expand their teaching tools (e.g for group dynamics, teaching methods and ethics). Interested in theoretical and pedagogical reflections, the CPHETP Lab aims to be a hands-on space to explore one’s teaching practice; to try out, adjust, invent and to develop creative and participatory tools that we can employ in our seminars and lectures. As a spin-off of the Critical Pedagogy Project, the Lab seeks to draw inspiration from, among many others, bell hooks (Teaching to Transgress, Teaching Community: A Pedagogy of Hope) and Paulo Freire (Pedagogy of the Oppressed). In this first Lab we will, in the first half, explore our ideas and expectations around our HE teaching practice(s) and further Labs and, in the second half, explore one or more specific teaching tools.

There are no preparatory readings, but if you are not familiar with critical pedagogy then it is suggested to familiarise yourself beforehand. There is no registration fee, but please register via Eventbrite so that we know your name so you can access the building. Please feel invited to get in touch regarding disability related and other access needs and queries.

Date: Friday 25 January 2019

Time: 3-5pm

Location: Room 204, Keyworth Centre, London South Bank University

Address:  Keyworth Centre, Keyworth Street, London, SE1 6NG

Access needs: The building and room are wheelchair accessible. We will not use any audio-visual technology. Please get in touch to discuss any needs and queries you have.

Food & drink:  Not supplied, but feel free to bring your own.


Contact: Dyi Huijg: huijgd AT

More info: Critical Pedagogy Project:

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