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School of Education Research and Enterprise Conference

Monday 12 July  Register your attendance for this free online event

Session 1: 10am to 12 noon – Special keynote/provocation lecture followed by paper presentations

Session 2: 1pm to 2.45pm – Special keynote lecture/provocation followed by paper presentations

Session 3: 3pm to 4.30pm – Special research and enterprise input followed by paper presentations

Overview

We have been enduring an extraordinary period of challenges in education. Educators and students have been forced to apply and adapt to digital teaching and learning methods, and revised processes in the assessment of student attainment as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Anti-racism protests across the world in 2020 have demanded the reframing of education and curriculum content, challenging educational institutions in their thinking and (in)action about race equity and inclusive practice.

  • How does educational research take a lead in generating new knowledge for shaping our adaptations in the recovery of teaching and learning?
  • What are the future opportunities in teaching and learning that have emerged from this exceptional period of time? 

We invite you to share your responses to these questions via your research. Send your 200 word abstract for paper presentation via email to Dr Marlon Moncrieffe M.L.Moncrieffe@brighton.ac.uk

Dominic Wyse (Keynote speaker – Session 1)poster: Pandemic, Protests, Recovery, Opportunity: What’s next for research in Education?

Professor of Early Childhood and Primary Education, Institute of Education, University College London

Vini Lander (Keynote speaker – Session 2) 

Professor of Race and Education and Director of the Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality, Carnegie School of Education, Leeds Beckett University

Gerry Czerniawski (Keynote speaker – Session 3)

Professor of Education, School of Education and Communities, University of East London