SERA Early Years Network are pleased to welcome submissions for the upcoming Autumn 2020 SERA Research Education Bulletin. This is a special issue focusing on the Early Years in Scotland at a time where there are major policy, research and practice developments. We would like to illustrate the variety of work going on in Scotland
Colleagues from the University of Strathclyde are hosting a 21st Anniversary Conference for their Impact through Diversity Strathclyde Autism Course. It takes place in Glasgow on the 24th and 25th April this year. The organisers are looking to contact former students across Scotland and from their international community to join them to celebrate the diversity,
In Manchester in May 2020 will be the 11th annual TEAN conference. TEAN (teacher education advancement network) is an independent professional learning community for teacher educators across the UK, Europe and beyond https://tean.ac.uk. The conference is focused on critical evaluation of innovative practice and research in the education and professional development of teachers. Attending TEAN conference provides
The annual conference for the European Sociological Association is to take place in Dublin this year. The theme of this year’s conference is Inclusive Education and Society in a Time of Change: Theories, Policies and Practices. The call for papers is now open. Venue: Trinity College, Dublin Date: 20th and 21st August 2020. Further details
Please note: Due to the ongoing issues with COVID-19 we have had to cancel this event. The SERA Teacher Education Network is delighted to announce a seminar to launch the network. When: Mon, 16 March 2020 17:00 – 19:00 Where: Moray House School of Education and Sport, Charteris Land, Room (5.11) Join online: Click the
Lesson Study for Professional Learning Seminar Monday 3rd February 2020 17:00 – 19:30 Room 3.16 (third floor classroom) St. Leonard’s Land The University of Edinburgh Holyrood Road Edinburgh Lesson Study has become a popular form of teacher-led professional learning in many parts of the world. With a national policy context supportive of teachers’ professional learning
CALL FOR MSc EDUCATION DISSERTATION SUPERVISORS (Child and Adolescent Psychology pathway; Comparative Education and International pathway; General pathway) Applications are invited for MSc Education dissertation supervisors for the period March to September 2020. This is an exciting, early-career opportunity to contribute to teaching on the MSc Education programme, specifically the Child and Adolescent Psychology pathway;
Care experienced youths’ experiences of sport/PA and implications for pedagogical practice Rachel Sandford and Oliver Hooper, Loughborough University Date: Thursday 23rd January Venue: Moray House School of Education and Sport, St Leonard’s Land, Room 3.16 Time: 5pm – 7pm, tea and coffee will be provided from 5pm and the presentation will begin at around 5.15pm.
The Scottish Educational Review poster prize for #seraconf19 will be judged by Professor Stephen McKinney and Dr Laura Colucci-Gray on Wednesday 20th November. Further information about the competition can be seen below:
Our friends at the Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI) have just announced details of their conference for 2020: Conference Title: Opening Up Education: Options, Obstacles and Opportunities Venue: Dublin City University Dates: 2-4 April 2020 Further details about #esai20 can be accessed via this link.