Category Archives: School of Education
School of Education seminar – ‘I look away untul they have finished reading it!’ by Dr Michael Catchpool
The School of Education is hosting a seminar by Dr Michael Catchpool which focuses on children’s engagement with writing, particularly in the feedback process.
The seminar will be held on Wednesday 13th July, from 1-2pm in room S014 on Park Campus – all are welcome!
The School of Education are hosting a seminar held by Emeritus Professor Denise Hervey and Eleonora Teszenyi reflecting on their experiences of working with Abay Kazakh University, Kazakhstan. They were invited to discuss their work in Early Years as well as building capacity for future research.
The seminar will be held on Wednesday 29th June, from 2-3pm in Room 17, Naseby. All are welcome to attend.
For further information on this event and others held in the School of Education contact Jane Murray – firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School of Education is hosting a research seminar led by Gidelinde Bracke and Ann Steverlynck from Artevelde University College, Ghent on Thursday 19th May, 5-7pm in Sulgrave.
The School of Education is hosting a research seminar led by Tanyongana Tarisai on Wednesday 27th April.
The School of Education have confirmed their seminar series until the end of March. Featured topics include Inequalities in Health and Social Justice (led by Wendy Turner) and Dyslexia: Making the Complexities More Accessible and Useable (led by the University of Macedonia’s Professor George Pavlidis.
More details are attached to this post.
The 2016 research seminar series in the School of Education is well under way.
Covering topics such as mental health in schools and Zimabwean students’ experiences in British secondary schools, the seminars offer a chance for all staff, students and guests to come together to share in research currently being conducted at the school.
A number of posters and seminar outlines are attached to this post. This will also be updated to include seminar reports when they become available.
Transfer seminar “The Zimbabwean student: examining the experiences of migrant students in English secondary schools”
You are invited to Emmanuel Maphosa’s transfer seminar entitled ‘The Zimbabwean student: examining the experiences of migrant students in English secondary schools”.
It will take place on Tuesday 16th February 2016 at 12.30-1.30pm in S017.
A poster for the event is attached to this post.
The School of Education have announced their seminar programme for the rest of 2015. Covering a range of topics from the use of intellectual capital to early childhood pedagogy in Japan, these seminars are open to staff and students with the School of Education offering a warm welcome to all.
Continue reading to see the full programme.