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Title: SERA Connects: Health, wellbeing and COVID19 – supporting people’s health and wellbeing in schools since August 2020
Date: Thursday 3rd December, 2020
Title: SERA Connects: Theory and Philosophy Network Event
Presenters: A seminar hosted by Philip Tonner (University of Glasgow) and David Lewin (University of Strathclyde)
Date: Thursday 3rd September, 2020
Title: EERA Network 18 Research in Sport Pedagogy Seminar
Chair: Dr. Shirley Gray (University of Edinburgh)
Date Thursday 27th August, 2020
Title: Moving in, moving on, moving up: Transitions in the early years
Presenters: Marion Burns (HMI, Education Scotland), Aline-Wendy Dunlop, Emerita Professor, (University of Strathclyde) and Kathleen Johnston, Quality improvement Manager, (Northern Alliance).
Date: Thursday 30th July, 2020
Title: In conversation with Walter Humes
Presenter: Professor Walter Humes, University of Stirling
Date: Thursday 23rd July, 2020
Title: What does it mean to ‘make’ a curriculum?
Presenter: Professor Mark Priestley, University of Stirling
Date: Thursday 9th July, 2020
Title: A conversation about Inclusive Education in Scotland
Presenters: Dr Margaret Sutherland and Dr George Head
Date: Tuesday 30th June, 2020
Title: Health, wellbeing and covid-19 – supporting young people during their transition back to school
Presenter/s: Dr. Shirley Gray (ScotPERN) with support from Dr Deb Holt, Dr. Ruth McQuillan and Stephanie Hardley from the University of Edinburgh
Date: Thursday 25th June, 2020
Title: What should ITE be about and what should it hope to achieve?
Presenter/s: A seminar hosted by Dr Paul Adams (University of Strathclyde) and Dr Amy Burns (University of Calgary)
Date: Thursday 11th June, 2020
Title: Shifting Landscapes: realising the potential of digital learning and teaching
Presenter/s: In conversation with Derek Robertson (University of Dundee). Event hosted by Carrie McLennan (University of Dundee).
Date: Thursday 28th May, 2020