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Another successful day for our Education BA (Hons) students!

This month, Education BA (Hons) students benefited from our Education Employability Programme. The programme is an annual event that provides our students with a day full of enlightening sessions to help prepare them for a career in the education sector.

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Education Research Seminar – 25th May 2017

The Education Research Centre and School of Education present: Understanding Youth Services reform: beyond the language of austerity Dr Ian McGimpsey, University of Birmingham  Thursday 25th May 2017, 3.45 – 5.15pm, Mayfield 129, Falmer Campus All welcome. This seminar is part of the Working with Children & Young People provision. For full details and to…

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Seminars: Video Links to Seminars Available

Online videos are now available for these previous seminars: Dr Jo-Anne Dillabough University of Cambridge – ‘Cultural estrangement, ‘expulsions’ and the re-making of youth cultures in the securitized state: a South African and Canadian comparison’. (Thursday 10th March 2016)  https://mediastream.brighton.ac.uk/Play/3391 Jenny Ozga, Professor Emeritus, University of Oxford – ‘Governing Knowledge? Ofsted and the Governing of Education in England’….

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Seminar: Dr Matt Finn, University of Exeter Thurs 3rd November

The Education Research Centre and School of Education present: How can we think about data in schools? Atmospheres of progress and forging futures in a data-based school.  With Dr Matt Finn, University of Exeter  Thurs 3rd November, 4 – 5.30 pm Mayfield 129, Falmer Campus For full details about this event click here

Seminar: William Eiduks and Len Clarke, the Early Pestalozzi Project – Thursday 27th October

The Early Pestalozzi Children Project: recovering a lost story of refugees, childcare and education through oral history With William Eiduks and Len Clarke, the Early Pestalozzi Project Thursday 27th October, 1-2pm For full details about this event click here

Research Seminar: Professor Gary McCulloch – Thursday 17th November

The Education Research Centre and School of Education present: A neoconservative moment?  Education for character and the nation in the 21st century With Professor Gary McCulloch Thursday 17th November, 4.15 – 5.45 pm Mayfield 129, Falmer Campus For full details about this event please click here

Research Seminar with Janet Batsleer, Manchester Metropolitan University

Come along to our seminar: Educating for a disappearing profession? And why we are still here. The case of youth and community work.  All welcome. To register your attendance please access: CLICK HERE.

Education seminar series continues…

Two new education seminars announced for April: Reflective Teaching through the Early Years, Schooling, HE and Beyond: a seminar and book launch Can education do without teaching? Reflections on the rediscovery of teaching We hope to see you there!

Moving beyond the fixed-ability thinking

On 8 January 2015 we were delighted to welcome Dame Alison Peacock to the School of Education to speak at our seminar ‘How can we move beyond ‘fixed-ability thinking’ to create learning without limits in schools?’ If you missed the event the presentation slides and a film of the event are now available to view.

Education research seminars for February and March 2015

We’re delighted to announce two new seminars: Inspiring teaching: What can we learn from exemplary practitioners? Professor Pamela Sammons, University of Oxford Monday 23rd February, 2015 Beyond “evaluation”, “impact” studies and “knowledge exchange”? Research with community partners as “middle-work” Professor Pat Thomson, University of Nottingham Monday 2nd March 2015 Events are free and all are…

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