SERA Pedagogy Project: Pedagogical Journeys and Pedagogical Concepts

Title: SERA Pedagogy Project: Pedagogical Journeys and Pedagogical Concepts Date: Wednesday 9th June 2021 Time: 1600 – 1730 Location: Online Zoom seminar Organisers: SERA Speakers: Paul Adams (University of Strathclyde) and Paul McMillan (University of Edinburgh)   Seminar Overview Across much of the Anglophone world, pedagogy is seen to be the ‘methods and practices of

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SERA Connects: Theory, policy, experience – Creating professional space

SERA Connects: Theory, policy, experience – Creating professional space Date: 8th June Time: 1630 – 1730 Location: Online Zoom seminar Organisers: Scottish Attainment Challenge Project Discussant: University of Dundee: Mr. Derek Robertson Presenters: University of Glasgow: Dr Kevin Proudfoot,  Universtiy of Stirling: Dr John I’Anson and Dr. Alison Jasper Who is this online seminar for:

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SERA Connects: Social justice –Agency and respect

Social justice –Agency and respect Date: 2nd June Time: 1630 – 1730 Location: Online Zoom seminar Organisers: Scottish Attainment Challenge Project Discussant: University of Edinburgh: Dr. Laura Colucci-Gray Presenters: University of Aberdeen: Dr Archie Graham, Dr Dean Robson, Univervisty of West of Scotland: Dr. Stephen Day. Who is this online seminar for:  Teachers, student teacher,

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SERA Connects: Reframing Schooling – experiencing and reimagining spaces and places of learning

Reframing Schooling: Experiencing and re-imagining spaces and places of learning Date: 25th May Time: 1630 – 1730 Location: Online Zoom seminar Organisers: Scottish Attainment Challenge Project Speakers: University of Edinburgh: Professor Do Coyle, Jonathan Hancock, Ramone Al Bishawi, University of Highlands and Islands: Mark Lindley-Highfield Who is this online seminar for:  Teachers, student teacher, probationers,

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SERA Teacher Education Network – launch event

Title: Launching the SERA Teacher Education Network Date: Monday 17th May 2021 Time: 4:00pm – 5:30pm Location: Online Zoom seminar Organisers: Teacher Education Network Speakers: Professor Jean Murray University of East London Book Launch: Teacher Preparation in Scotland Who is this online seminar for: Researchers, education practitioners and any other stakeholders with an interest in

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SERA Connects: Creative Wellbeing: the role of the arts in promoting health and wellbeing and lifelong learning

Title: Creative Wellbeing: the role of the arts in promoting health and wellbeing and lifelong learning Date: 26th April, 2021 Time: 18:30 – 19:30 Location: Online Zoom seminar Speakers: Dr Brianna Robertson- Kirkland, Dr Bethany Whiteside, Dr Rachel Drury, Dr Angela Jaap (Chair) Who is this online seminar for:  Teachers, school leaders, local authority staff,

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SERA Connects: Pedagogy in practice – Attitudes and understanding in data-informed decision-making

Title: Pedagogy in practice – Attitudes and understanding in data-informed decision-making. Date: 25th March Time: 16:30 – 17:30 Location: Online Zoom seminar Organisers:  Scottish Council of Deans of Education Scottish Attainment Challenge Project Speakers: Dr Stephen Day, University of the West of Scotland; Professor Jim Scott and Derek Robertson, University of Dundee; Mark Lindley-Highfield, University

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ScotPERN event: PE curriculum development and enactment in Wales and Scotland

The Welsh context: Outlining possibilities of the new welsh curriculum framework Date & time: Thursday 18th March, 4:00pm-5:30pm This is the second session in a short series of seminars exploring PE curriculum developments in Scotland and Wales. This session places a focus on the curriculum developments happening within the Welsh education system and the possibilities

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Poverty and Education Network event: Highlighting recent research into poverty and education – session 2

Highlighting Recent Research into Poverty and Education The SERA Poverty and Education Network is presenting resents two events that highlight some of the current research being conducted by network members on the impact of poverty on education in Scotland. Both events will provide short inputs from four speakers to initiate discussion. The details of the

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