Join us at SBC for our regular College Community Seminars as a specialist in the field gives a theological insight into their specific area of interest.

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12th April 2017 - 1:30 pm

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12th April 2017 - 3:00 pm

Join us at SBC for our regular College Community Seminars as a specialist in the field gives a theological insight into their specific area of interest. On Wednesday 12th April between 1:30pm and 3pm, Yonah Matemba will be sharing about the area of Religious and Moral Education in schools. This will be a great opportunity, not only for anyone considering RE teaching as a career, but more broadly for anyone who may work in or with a school / school-aged children. Beyond that Yonah is highly qualified, not only in this particular area, but also lists as his research interests, Multicultural Issues in Education, Health and Well-being Education, Religion/Spirituality of Incarcerated Adults and Youth, Chaplaincy in Sacred and Secular Spaces, Indigenous Knowledge and Education, and Comparative and International Education. It is sure to be a fascinating seminar!

Yonah writes: ‘I am from Malawi (‘warm heart of Africa’) and joined the School of Education, University of the West of Scotland (UWS), UK, in January 2011 as a full-time lecturer in education before becoming a senior lecturer in social sciences education in February 2015. I am a qualified school teacher with full professional status by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) and also a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.  Previously I have worked as a secondary school teacher in Malawi (1991-1994), Botswana (1995-2000) and Scotland (2004-2007), and also lectured at the University of Botswana (part-time 1998-2000), Molepolole College of Education (full-time 2001-2003), Catholic University of Malawi (part-time 2009) and University of Glasgow (part-time 2007-2010).’ (full bio here)

These seminars are open to alumni, friends, and supporters of the College, as well as the wider public who feel they would benefit from engaging with the topic. For further information please contact Graham Meiklejohn on graham.meiklejohn@uws.ac.uk

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