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INPE 2022 

Pedagogical Forms in Times of Pandemic

About INPE 2022

The recent pandemic seems to have brought to particular attention the value and meaning of pedagogical forms. The reduction of teaching to a uniform activity on a flat digital screen (in wealthier parts of the world) has echoed the sensory loss that is a symptom of the Covid-19 virus itself, turning the art of teaching into a rather two-dimensional experience. Seeing this as a possibility for research in education, however, the current situation can perhaps invigorate a renewed interest in exploring pedagogical forms anew, past and present.


Troy Richardson, Associate Professor of Philosophy of Education and American Indian and Indigenous Studies, Cornell University, USA.  (The Terence H. McLaughlin lecture 2022)

Anne-Marie Eggert Olsen, Associate Professor of Philosophy of Education, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark.

Jan Masschelein, Professor of Philosophy of Education and head of Laboratory for Education and Society, University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium.

Time and place

17-20 August 2022    

Danish School of Education, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 Copenhagen


Early bird registration deadline: 15 April 2022
  • Early bird fee INPE members: 2.200 DDK
  • Early bird fee non INPE members: 2.600 DKK
  • Early bird fee members of Low GDP Countries: 1.100 DKK
  • Early bird fee PhD students: 1.100 DKK
Ordinary fee registration deadline: 3 August 2022  
  • Ordinary fee INPE members: 2.400 DDK
  • Ordinary fee non INPE members: 2.800 DDK
  • Ordinary fee members of Low GDP Countries: 1.300 DDK
  • Ordinary fee PhD students: 1.300 DDK