Recent graduate Gemma Batchelor tells us about her journey studying on our Education MA course.
Decolonising the Curriculum: Teaching and Learning about Race Equality, Issue 2 is out now.
This interdisciplinary features perspectives from across the University of Brighton including the School of Education’s Annie Richardson and Dr Nadia Edmond. It also features a perspective from alumnus Ashna Mahtani.
Through Responsible Futures the University of Brighton harnesses change to enhance the delivery of sustainable economic development, improved environments and more inclusive societies.
Responsible Futures research generates new ideas to positively influence policy, practice and behaviours. By bringing together interdisciplinary expertise, we explore opportunities to create more just and environmentally sustainable societies, including research into the circular economy, sustainable tourism, ethical and green business practices, sustainable health and the blue economy. Read More
Early Childhood Practice BA(Hons) alumni Tina Lambert had plenty to celebrate at this year’s summer graduation ceremony.
During her final year, Tina was invited to a prestigious launch on outdoor learning alongside some early childhood ‘greats’ and also contributed a student paper to TACTYC based on her final research. Read More
We are happy to share Decolonising the Curriculum: Teaching and Learning about Race Equality, Issue 1 – July 2019.
The School of Education recently hosted its second Education Research and Enterprise Conference which had over 100 attendees. Read More
The School of Education Inclusion Steering Group meets three times a year.
The group is formed of academics, students and education professionals with a view to sharing good practice and new initiatives in relation to a broader conception of inclusive practice, and create a reflective space to engage with new ideas and share research. Read More
Over 70 students and staff from our postgraduate education programmes came together for a day of sharing research developments and successes on the Falmer campus. Read More
The University of Brighton has been working with Sussex Coast Teaching School Alliance on a project focussed on driving up attainment in primary mathematics.
A celebration of the impact of the project took place on Tuesday 21 May at the University’s Falmer campus. 16 primary schools from across the city came together to present how the project has improved the mathematics teaching in their schools.