Lecturers from Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) in Lincoln spoke at a new TEDx event in October.
Lincoln hosted its first ever TEDx event, TEDx Brayford Pool, on 28 October 2017. The theme of TEDx Brayford Pool was ‘Past. Present. Future’ and the event highlighted the best and most current ideas generated in Lincoln and Lincolnshire.
Lyndsay Muir, Senior Lecturer in Drama Education at BGU, discussed self-identified trans people creatively orchestrating conversations with the wider population.
Dr Jack Cunningham, BGU’s programme leader for Theology and Reader in Ecclesiastical History, presented a keynote talk about Robert Grosseteste.
Dr Elinor Vettraino, programme leader for Business and Enterprise at BGU, explored self directed learning in a university setting.
Andrew Whitehall, who delivers short courses at BGU, explored what neurodiversity can teach us about the way we learn.
Lizzie Jordan, founder of BG Futures-based social enterprise Think2Speak, delivered her talk ‘Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby’.
Lewis Smith, BGU graduate in Education Studies with Special Educational Needs & Inclusion, reflected on whether it’s schooling or education that makes you who you are.