The Innovation Caucus is an initiative funded by Innovate UK and the ESRC to support innovation-led growth and promote greater engagement between the social sciences and businesses.
Serving as a gateway to the social sciences, the Innovation Caucus comprises 66 academics working across different disciplines with a focus on innovation. As well as promoting the awareness of and engagement with social science research, the Innovation Caucus is focused on understanding the dynamics of innovation ecosystems.
Applications are invited from highly motivated PhD candidates for a three month internship to undertake research to inform the strategy and practice of Innovate UK and ESRC. Read the rest of this entry
Currently, there is limited evidence of the impact of engaging in, and completing, NHS Digital Badges on children, young people and their teachers. The focus of the evaluation will be to investigate the psychosocial impact of NHS Digital Badges on children and young people and teachers within a primary school setting.
Aims are to:
- explore children and young people’s experiences of engaging in, and completing, digital badges;
- investigate the psychosocial effects of participating/completing digital badges with peers and teachers.
See below from The International School of Moscow (further info in links at the bottom)
The International School of Moscow is looking for post graduates who might be interested in a gap year experience as Teaching Assistants at our school. We would like to advertise the opportunities we are offering among the students of your institution, who might be particularly interested in living and working in Moscow. The International School of Moscow is a member of the British Schools Foundation, an organisation with schools in Beijing, Nanjing, Guangzhou, Moscow, Kuala Lumpur, Spain and Brazil whose aim is to offer an excellent standard of British education to International students. We are seeking to recruit teaching assistants who are native English speakers, with recent experience of education in the UK, who have a strong academic background and are able to offer enthusiasm and commitment to our school. We also encourage students with particular strengths in languages and music to apply as these are key areas for development within the school. We are looking for students with an enthusiasm for working with children and who may be considering a future in teaching. Read the rest of this entry
Please open the BPS PES Postgrad workshop flyer to find out more about this workshop in Milton Keynes on Friday 7th November
“Northampton 2018: Planning, Designing and Delivering Student Success”
The University of Northampton’s Institute of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education is to host a one-day Learning and Teaching conference, entitled Northampton 2018: Planning, Designing and Delivering Student Success. The event will provide an opportunity to celebrate research from within the institution. Read the rest of this entry
I thank my colleague, Helen Asquith, for cheering me up with this link this afternoon. You might enjoy a bit of Friday afternoon fun too.
Here are Rebecca Schuman’s thoughts on the use of Powerpoint in higher education.
We all know I’m guilty of these crimes. Are you?
An opportunity has arisen in collaboration between Salahaddin University and the University of Northampton. A six-month-training course in IELTS preparation for students is being planned and requires at least two teachers for a period of six months.
You would be provided with one free return ticket, accommodation and salaries according to the terms of an agreement between Salahaddin University and the University of Northampton.
If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.