Reports of IDEC@EUDEC2016 can now be found as ADEC Newsletter No 20.
Reports of APDEC2016 can now be found as ADEC Newsletter No21.
Reports of ADEC Conference 2106 can now be founds as ADEC Newsletter No 22.
You can find all these reports on the Newsletters page.
International Democratic Education Network Newsletter, September 2016. EUDEC @ IDEC in Finland.
A new ADEC logo has been designed and is in provisional use. It will be presented at the ADEC AGM being held on 27th September 2016 at Koonwarra Village School and a decision made as to its use in the future. The logo is attached here for your comments.
Hope to see many of you at the ADEC 2016 Conference. Early bird registration closes at the end of August so there is still time to take advantage of this.
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ADEC Conference 2016 Information
Koonwarra Village School in South Gippsland, Victoria, is proud to host the 2016 ADEC Conference
Dates: Monday 26th (evening) to Wednesday 28th September (mid-afternoon)
Accommodation and travel information
Cost: $180 (up until 30th August), $220 (after 1st September) (this includes all meals and conference activities)
Program so far:
- Friday night screening of ‘Most Likely to Succeed’, film from the US
- Invitation for attendees to present on what’s working really well in their schools
- Presentation on IDEC / APDEC conferences by Cecelia Bradley and other conference attendees.
- Workshops by KVS staff to demonstrate how we apply aspects of our learning model.
- School Starters workshop
- School Administrators get-together
- ADEC AGM
- More program details will be advised in the coming months.
Please contact us with any questions or program suggestions.
Early Bird registration is still open till the end of April for the first APDEC conference being hosted by Miao-Li County Holistic Education school in Taiwan from 18th – 24th July 2016. We hope that many of our friends in ADEC will be able to participate and continue the work to develop the Asia/Pacific Democratic Education Community.
For more information please see the website www.apdec2016.org or follow developments on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/apdec2016
Faye Berryman and Philip O’Caroll, have published the story of their founding of the Fitzroy Community School in 1976 and their discoveries over the years since then about children, parents, education, schooling and life.
The title of the book is Fitzroy Community School.
It is published by Fitzroy Programs Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 2015.
Faye and Philip have each written their story and though it is about FCS as Philip wrote, ” the book is mostly about the state of education in Australia today and what it could be in the future.”
Philip is keen to spread the word about the book and hopes that as well as the fascinating story of this specific school, the broader premise of the book will be of interest to many of us involved in the lives of children and working to create education which enables their lives to be rich and fulfilling.
The registration page for the ADEC 2014 Conference is now available on the website of the host, Peregrine School Tasmania. I hope that many of you will register soon and join us for the conference from Sunday 28th – Tuesday 30th September 2014.