‘Toys That Teach’ -Inclusive Education Network event

The SERA Inclusive Education Network will be hosting an online event in March. Full details below: Title: “Toys That Teach: Fostering Disability Representation and Inclusivity through Toybox Tales Chatty Pack” Date: Wednesday 6th March 2024, 4:00-5:30pm. Location: MS Teams Organisers: SERA Inclusive Education Network Speakers: Drs. Clare Uytman and Sian Jones are chartered psychologists, working

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Early Years Network event – 20th April 2023

The SERA Early Years Network is delighted to welcome Professors Linda Mitchell and Fran Press to an in-person seminar focused on neoliberalism and the complexity of early childhood educators’ work. Professor Linda Mitchell (University of Waikato, New Zealand) has spent many years researching early childhood education policy and practice and critiquing the marketisation and privatisation

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Professor Gert Biesta to keynote at #seraconf22

Keynote title: Putting the world at the centre: A view for education today Keynote speaker: Gert Biesta Institutions: University of Edinburgh & National University of Ireland There are ongoing discussions in many countries about what should be at the centre of education. In some countries there is a strong appetite for a (re)turn to knowledge

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Professor Svanborg Jónsdóttir to keynote at #seraconf22

Keynote title: The beautiful role of teacher education Keynote speaker: Svanborg Rannveig Jónsdóttir Institution: University of Iceland, School of Education In my presentation, I want to discuss some ideas that I have come to appreciate about the role of education as we work towards developing creative, inclusive, and socially just societies. I will touch upon

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Health & physical education research survey request

*We were asked by the colleagues below to share their research project. Please feel free to read about this and to contribute to the survey/s if you wish. If you think there are colleagues who would be interested in participating then please pass this on to them. My name is David Aldous and I am

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SERA Connects – Health, wellbeing and Covid-19: supporting young people during their transition back to school

Health, wellbeing and Covid-19: supporting young people during their transition back to school SERA Connects: 25th June, 4pm-5pm Organisers: Dr. Shirley Gray (ScotPERN) with support from Dr Deb Holt, Dr. Ruth McQuillan and Stephanie Hardley from the University of Edinburgh Who is this online seminar for: This seminar will be of interest to teachers, researchers

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Call for MSc Education dissertation supervisors

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;

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The Scottish Learning Festival 2019

Registration is now open for the Scottish Learning Festival  that takes place in Glasgow on the 25th and 26th September 2019 The Scottish Learning Festival (SLF) is the annual conference and exhibition for educational practitioners across Scotland and is completely free to attend. Organised by Education Scotland, SLF is the biggest professional learning event for

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