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Events

University of Birmingham NQT Early Career Development Conference - POSTPONED

Date
13/03/2017 - 30/04/2017
Description
Our Early Career Development Conference will bring together newly qualified teachers, early career researchers and teacher educators to network with colleagues, to engage with current research in primary and secondary education and to join discussions which re-energise and inspire you!

The Chartered College of Teaching: Learning without Limits.

Date
28/03/2017
Description
The speaker at the 2017 Priestley Lecture will be Professor Dame Alison Margaret Peacock

What if everything you knew about education was wrong?

Date
04/04/2017
Description
We're delighted to welcome award-winning educationalist David Didau to the University of Birmingham School for a talk about education.

Postgraduate Virtual Open Day

Date
10/05/2017
Description
This Postgraduate Virtual Open Day is designed to inform prospective postgraduate students about the programmes on offer in the School of Education.

Scruffy Targets, Meaningful Outcomes, Inspiring Legacy - Celebrating the life and work of Dr Penny Lacey

Date
13/05/2017
Description
This event celebrates the life and work of Dr Penny Lacey who was a member of DISN in the School of Education.

Supporting more able pupils

Date
16/05/2017
Description
Philosophy of Education Research Seminar.

The Birmingham Conference 2017

Date
18/05/2017
Description
The Birmingham Conference focuses on research into the education of health professionals. It is hosted jointly by Health Education West Midlands, The Medical School and the Health Professional Education and Research Unit (HPERU), University of Birmingham.

Researching translanguaging: key concepts, methods & issues

Date
19 - 23/06/2017
Description
This 5-day residential course organised by TLANG is designed for researchers, including doctoral researchers, who are engaged in research on communication in multilingual contexts.

Why should philosophy be taught in schools?

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