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 register please go to the event page

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’. (Thursday 4th February 2016)
https://mediastream.brighton.ac.uk/Play/3210

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

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?

Beyond “evaluation”, “impact” studies and “knowledge exchange”? Research with community partners as “middle-work”

Events are free and all are welcome