Research seminar: Ivor Goodson and Dr Tim Rudd, 8 December

The Education Research Centre and School of Education present: Negotiating Neoliberal Education: Refraction, resistance and reimagination 

With Ivor Goodson, Professor of Learning Theory and Dr Tim Rudd, Principal Lecturer, University of Brighton

Thursday 8th December, 1 – 2pm
FA Bevendean House BE103, Falmer

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Research Seminar Jayne Osgood, Middlesex University, 24 November

The Education Research Centre and School of Education present:
Reconfiguring Quality: beyond discourses and subjectivities to matter, bodies and becomings in early childhood education

With Professor Jayne Osgood, Middlesex University 

Thursday 24th November, 1-2pm
A500, Checkland Building, Falmer Campus

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

The School of Education welcomes young researchers

Four budding researchers arrived at the Falmer campus last week to present their research to the PGCE Primary cohort.

6feb1ddf-caa8-4310-b9b3-945a749d4147They were invited by Senior Lecturers Pamela Lewis and Dr Rachel Marks as part of a collaborative project between the University of Brighton, The Open University and pupils from City Whitehawk Academy, Brighton.

The early researchers shared their enquiries, methods, data and findings which were the result of a term long intervention with Dr Liz Chamberlain from the Open University’s Children’s Research Centre. Continue reading