Education studies and teaching news at Brighton

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Postgraduate Training to Teach campus event

If you have an undergraduate degree, or are currently studying for one, join us on our Falmer campus and find out how you can use your degree to teach. Our next Postgraduate Training to Teach event is taking place on Wednesday 8 May from 5pm – 7pm. Come and meet us at our event and find out:…

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Learning about the importance of STEAM education

Student teachers studying our (Secondary) Art and Design PGCE recently participated in two STEAM workshops to understand why and how art can feature alongside other STEM subjects and to gain a different perspective to inform their own planning of art and design lessons. STEAM – what’s it all about? STEAM is used to define a…

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Professional Practice in Education BA(Hons) event

Gain a degree while you work Join us on Tuesday 30 April 2024 to learn more about our  Professional Practice in Education BA(Hons). Meet our staff who will discuss the course. Chat with some of our students and hear about their experiences. Take a look around the campus and facilities. Ask any questions you may…

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Education studies fieldtrip to the Childcare and Education Expo

A group of students studying Early Childhood Education and Care BA(Hons) and Education BA(Hons) degrees recently went on a field trip to the Childcare and Education Expo in London, the UKs largest education event, which offers a range of features and opportunities for attendees to enhance their professional development, network with peers and explore innovative…

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You don’t need a maths degree to teach maths

Have you ever thought about becoming a maths teacher, but didn’t think that you had the right qualifications? A Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) could help you to top up, refresh and modernise your knowledge and understanding in Maths You don’t need to have won a Nobel prize in maths, to be a brilliant maths teacher!…

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What is it like studying a Physics PGCE?

We caught up with student teacher, Taofiq Durodola, to give us an insight into what it is like studying a (Secondary) Physics PGCE at Brighton. Why I chose Brighton I am an international student, so it was important for me to study at a university that offered VISA sponsorship. Brighton was very quick to respond…

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How the Student Experience Fund supported my Teaching Artists Residency at Glyndebourne

Tash Tulley graduated in 2022 as a qualified teacher after studying our (Secondary) Art and Design PGCE. During her time at the University of Brighton, Tasha had an opportunity to complete an artist residency at Glyndebourne which allows trainee teachers a chance to create work in their own right as an artist, free from expectations…

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Postgraduate information sessions

Join us on Wednesday 14 February for our Postgraduate information sessions. Our postgraduate information sessions are a great way to learn more about postgraduate study and research at Brighton and explore opportunities for you. As well as the option to attend talks about finance and admissions, you’ll also be able to meet lecturers, researchers and…

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University of Brighton 2023 Highlights

2023 has been another extraordinary year at the University of Brighton with world-leading research, major awards and new facilities for our students, staff and the community. Check out some of the highlights from our incredible Brighton students, staff and alumni in our 2023 review. Season’s greetings and a happy new year!

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First UBATO workshop of the new year

The first University of Brighton Art Teachers Organisation (UBATO) CPD workshop of the new academic year took place at the end of October. We were delighted to welcome primary and secondary teachers from across the region who took part in member-led art workshops which included batik, screen printing and paint splatter. Read the full story on…

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