Call for papers: workshop on Paul Feyerabend (1924-1994) – Education for a Free Society

The University of Strathclyde is currently inviting abstracts up to 500 words for presentations (ca.30-45min) discussing Paul Feyerabend with regard to educational thinking. The organisers will invite a number of presenters to contribute to an edited collection of essays on Feyerabend and education, which is planned for publication in 2024 to celebrate Feyerabend’s centennial birthday.

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SERA Connects: Theory and Philosophy Network Event

SERA Connects: Theory and Philosophy Network Event Date and time: Thursday 3rd September, 5.00pm-6.00pm Presenter: A seminar hosted by Philip Tonner (University of Glasgow) and David Lewin (University of Strathclyde) Who is this online seminar for: This seminar will be of interest to teachers, researchers and other key stakeholders interested in finding out more about this new

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SERA Connects: In conversation with Walter Humes

SERA Connects: In conversation with Walter Humes Date and time: Thursday 23rd July, 4.00pm-5.00pm Presenter: A seminar hosted by Prof. Walter Humes (University of Stirling) Who is this online seminar for: This seminar will be of interest to teachers, researchers and other key stakeholders interested in teacher education, policy studies, curriculum reform, educational leadership and history of

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Inclusive Education Network launch event update

The launch event for the SERA Inclusive Education Network took place online on Tuesday 30 June 2020. The aim of this network is to provide professional development and knowledge exchange opportunities for researchers, practitioners, students and other stakeholders in Scottish education. Dr Margaret Sutherland and Dr George Head, University of Glasgow, led an interesting conversation

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SERA Connects – Moving in, moving on, moving up: Transitions in the early years

Date and time: Thursday 30th July 2020, 4:00pm – 5:00pm Presenters: A seminar hosted by Marion Burns (HMI, Education Scotland),  Aline-Wendy Dunlop, Emeritus Professor, (University of Strathclyde) and Kathleen Johnston, Quality improvement Manager, (Northern Alliance). Who is this online seminar for: This seminar will be of interest to teachers, researchers and other key stakeholders interested in

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SERA Connects on YouTube

To further support the sharing of the professional dialogue in our #seraconnects events we have set up a YouTube channel so that all our events can be viewed again, or for the first time. You can either bookmark the SERA YouTube channel or visit the SERA Connects page on our website to view all our

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SERA Connects: A conversation about Inclusive Education in Scotland

SERA Connects: A conversation about Inclusive Education in Scotland – SERA Inclusive Education Network Launch.  Date and time: Thursday 30th July, 4.00pm-5.00pm Presenter: A seminar hosted by Dr Margaret Sutherland and Dr George Head Who is this online seminar for: This seminar will be of interest to teachers, researchers and other key stakeholders interested in inclusive

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SERA Connects: What does it mean to ‘make’ a curriculum? with Professor Mark Priestley

SERA Connects: What does it mean to ‘make’ a curriculum? Date and time: Thursday 9th July, 4.00pm-5.00pm Presenter: A seminar hosted by Prof. Mark Priestley (University of Stirling) Who is this online seminar for: This seminar will be of interest to teachers, researchers and other key stakeholders interested in curriculum. Professor Mark Priestley (University of Stirling)

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Call for Applications British Educational Research Association (BERA) College of Reviewers

BERA has grown in recent years and currently offers more awards, grants and funding for members than ever before; awarding over £80,000 of funding in 2019 alone. As an organisation BERA are committed to principles of openness, integrity and transparency and seek to uphold ethical values in all activities and processes. For this reason, BERA

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SERA can be contacted as follows:

Carrie McLennan – SERA Academic Secretary

For general SERA queries make contact via this link.

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