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Events

Inclusive Curriculum approaches for autistic students – Lessons from participatory projects.

Date
27/06/2017
Description
This seminar will present a number of Inclusive Curriculum projects which focus on supporting autistic students, and which have been developed with the active participation of autistic students as Project Leaders and/or Assistants.

Why should philosophy be taught in schools?

Date
08/07/2017
Description
A one day conference on why should philosophy be taught in schools

Understanding the high expectation classroom: Structures and processes to increase student achievement

Date
19/09/2017
Description
Professor Rubie-Davies from Auckland University, will share learning from the Teacher Expectation Project, a three year project designed to train teachers in the practices of high expectation teachers.

Teacher Education at Birmingham

Date
04/10/2017
Description
Come along to our October Teacher Education in Birmingham open evening to find out more about our teacher training opportunities and meet the subject specialists and admissions tutors.

Teacher Education at Birmingham

Date
22/11/2017
Description
Come along to our November Teacher Education in Birmingham open evening to find out more about our teacher training opportunities and meet the subject specialists and admissions tutors

The 16th annual School of Education Doctoral Research Conference

Date
25/11/2017
Description
The 16th annual School of Education Doctoral Research Conference brings together doctoral researchers, academics and practitioners to explore key issues and developments in educational research, theory, policy and practice.
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