‘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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Dr Marion Allison – Keynote Speaker #seraconf23

About Dr Marion Allison   Dr Marion Allison has over 30 years’ experience of working within Community Learning and Development and Education. She currently leads the CLD Standards Council, the professional association for adult learner, community development and youth workers in Scotland.  With a membership of approximately 3,000 people form a Marion leads the organisation

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Dr Khadija Mohammed – Keynote Speaker #seraconf23

  About Dr Khadija Mohammed Dr Khadija Mohammed is Associate Dean for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at the University of the West of Scotland. She is a multi-award winning sector leader on racial equity and anti-racism education. Her research centres on the lived experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic Teachers in Scotland with a focus

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Teaching that Matters for Migrant Students – hearing from the TEAMS project

In this presentation Dr Tom Richardson & Dr Natasa Pantic provide an overview of the ‘TEAMS’ project (Teaching that Matters for Migrant Students). In this 2020-2023 project, researchers gathered data from 7 schools in 3 countries (Scotland, Sweden and Finland) to map teachers’ and other school staff collaborative networks around supporting migrant students, both socially

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SERA Teacher Education Network – Summer Event

Working jointly with the PGR Teacher Education Network at the University of Strathclyde the SERA Teacher Education Network are hosting a networking event on 23 June 2023 with Professor Aileen Kennedy as keynote speaker. There is also the opportunity at the event for PGR students to share their research and converse around all things teacher

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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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Researching Education Bulletin: Creative Arts Special Edition

In recent years there has been a more concerted approach to promoting arts education and creativity in Scotland. While the growth and development of national initiatives, activities and policies is heartening, it is important to have a sense of practice at a grassroots level. This special edition of REB shares the findings of a series

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New convenors for the Early Career Researcher Network

We’re really excited to announce that our Early Career Researcher Network has some new co-convenors on the team! First up, meet Xin Miao. Xin is a final year PhD student at the University of Stirling researching geography teachers and their curriculum-making practices. Xin is based in the Faculty of Social Sciences as a Postgraduate Researcher

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SERA Inclusive Education Network Event

Title: Promoting inclusion and equity in education: lessons from international experience Date: Tuesday 28 February 2023, 16:00- 17:30. Location: MS Teams Organisers: SERA Inclusive Education Network Speaker: Mel Ainscow CBE is Professor of Education, University of Glasgow, UK; Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Manchester, UK; and Adjunct Professor at Queensland University of Technology, Australia.

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