Dr Matthew Schuelka has just been awarded a grant for ¥5.6 million over two years (£37,500) from the Toyota Foundation in Japan to explore the '3Hs' educational model of Head, Hands and Heart.
Profs. Julie Allan and Kalwant Bhopal from the School of Education have been honoured as Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences.
The latest ACER residential weekend proved to be very successful with students describing it as 'amazing'.
Rebecca Wood discusses how to help autistic children with poor social skills.
Professor Gary Thomas discusses his paper After the Gold Rush on Faculti
Another successful Doctoral Researcher Conference with keynote speaker Dr Jo-Anne Dillabough, University of Cambridge
The School of Education, University of Birmingham, welcomes researchers from Bhutan.
Birmingham expertise was called upon by The Archers Academic conference which brought together experts from a variety of disciplines to discuss how research and professional experience can cast a new light on the storylines of the BBC Radio 4 drama.
Dr Graeme Douglas discusses the options available for children attending school with a visual impairment, their expectations whilst at school and the specialist advice which is available.
ACER academic Dr Kerstin Wittemeyer, Head Teacher Ian Lowe, ICT Coordinator Ben Waterworth, and Carl Clement, who is a developer for Aldebaran robotics, presented the robots at the University's Annual Meeting.
A project team at the School of Education, has been awarded funding to investigate ways to increase the quality of early childhood development and education provision for young children with disabilities in Malawi.
Professor Mike McLinden discusses the institutional processes and the redesign and delivery of courses at a conference in Westminster