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 Paterson’s Land, Room (G43) Professor Jean Murray from the University of East London will be delivering a keynote address, followed by an opportunity for
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.
A story of transforming teacher education Aileen Kennedy: Moray House School of Education and Sport, University of Edinburgh Abstract The pursuit of reform in teacher education is currently a global preoccupation, driven by a meta-narrative that behoves us to improve teacher education in order to enhance our country’s economic standing and success on the global
Our colleagues from NECE – Networking European Citizenship Education are hosting their annual conference in Glasgow this month. The conference is entitled Confronting Inequality-The Role of Citizenship in Education. The NECE 2019 conference aims to explore the issue of inequalities in the development of young people’s citizenship and political identity. NECE 2019 will provide a
The promise of digital technology as a transformation agent in education: a promise met or missed? Derek Robertson: School of Education and Social Work, University of Dundee Abstract The past two decades have seen the rise of digital tools and spaces to the extent that their ubiquitous presence permeates many aspects of what happens in
Dr. Luis M. García López from the University of Castilla-La Mancha in Spain will be delivering a presentation on his recent research with primary and secondary teachers related to the application of the sport education model. Dr. López’s research interests are oriented towards model-based practice, especially those pedagogical models which are focused on moral development