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Events

Building the Character Virtues of the Young in School

Date
21/02/2018
Description
Guest lecture Building the Character Virtues of the Young in School

'Schooling Through the Looking Glass'

Date
07/03/2018
Description
Three former headteachers, passionate about comprehensive education, raise the question about whether education has improved for disadvantaged children over the past 50 years.

Stanton Wortham and Deoksoon Kim

Date
08/03/2018
Description
These two presentations are from Stanton Wortham and Deoksoon Kim, from Boston College Lynch School of Education

Postgraduate Open Day March 2018

Date
10/03/2018
Description
Postgraduate open day March 2018

Train to Teach Open Evening

Date
13/03/2018
Description
Train to Teach at the University of Birmingham Dubai

Rush Hour Research: Autism, education and inclusion in mainstream schools

Date
13/03/2018
Description
Rebecca Wood will be presenting this latest Rush Hour Research talk at the University of Birmingham School.

Citizenship Education and Global Migration Implications for Theory, Research, and Teaching

Date
20/03/2018
Description
James A. Bank will launch his groundbreaking new book at this event, jointly hosted by the Jubilee Centre and the Centre for Research in Race and Education.

Ordinary ethics and moral education, with speaker Joshua Heyes

Date
20/03/2018
Description
Philosophy of Education Research Seminar.

Communication in the multilingual city

Date
28 - 29/03/2018
Description
This final TLANG conference will be on communication in the city.

Maggie Hawkins

Date
24/04/2018
Description
This presentation is from Maggie Hawkins, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Karin Tusting

Date
08/05/2018
Description
This presentation is from Karin Tusting, Lancaster University

Rush Hour Research: Does language learning make you smarter?

Date
08/05/2018
Description
Speaker Dr Andrea Krott is a psycholinguist interested in language acquisition and the neural underpinning of language processing.

From the ethics of belief to the ethics of teaching, with speaker Jeff Standley

Date
15/05/2018
Description
Philosophy of Education Research Seminar.

Exploring the Literary in Britain's Literary and Philosophical Societies, 1780-1840

Date
21/05/2018
Description
This paper will consider the role of literary and philosophical societies role as knowledge-making institutions within the fields of literary studies and historiography.

Elisabeth Barakos

Date
19/06/2018
Description
This presentation is from Elisabeth Barakos, Aston University
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