Education studies and teaching news at Brighton

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!

Senior lecturer wins award

Dr Rachel Marks, senior lecturer in the School of Education, has been awarded the prestigious Janet Duffin Award.

Troops to Teachers programme extended

We’re delighted that Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has today announced that the University of Brighton has been chosen to lead the expansion of the Troops to Teachers programme. Read the full story.

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Students visit a School for Malagiri

Four students studying on the Advanced Studies route of the Primary Education BA(Hons) with QTS course at the University of Brighton have been given the opportunity to visit a School for Malagiri.

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.

Poetry by Heart

School of Education Senior Lecturer Pamela Lewis was delighted to be one of the judges for the Poetry by Heart South-East regional finals which took place at Brighton’s Jubilee Library last week.

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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Top marks

Digital technologies used by the School of Education to train teachers have been held up nationally as an example of good practice.

Caroline Lucas MP visits

Caroline Lucas, Green party MP for Brighton Pavilion, visited the University of Brighton’s School of Education to share her recent experiences of producing a Private Members’ Bill which aims to make Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) a statutory requirement in schools.

Two new research seminars announced

The Education Research Centre and School of Education presents two new seminars: What’s wrong with teacher mentoring and coaching? How can we move beyond ‘fixed-ability thinking’ to create learning without limits in schools? All welcome but please register your interest as places are limited. Find out more about Education Research Centre events.

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