Events in the School of Education

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Events

Autism and the importance of attention

Date
2 November 2020
Description
This free webinar is suitable for all teachers, experienced and new to the profession who work with children with autism and want to understand more about attention.

Train to Teach chat session for STEM subjects

Date
5 November 2020
Description
Our Train to Teach chat session will provide you with a wealth of information on how to get into teaching and how to apply for training in STEM subjects

'The school that I'd like': children and teenagers write about education in England and Wales, 1945-79

Date
9 November 2020
Description
This paper will examine education in post-war schools from the student's point of view

City-zenship: What does a 'Brummie' education look like?

Date
10 November 2020
Description
Interactive panel debate - can a distinctly 'Brummie' set of values and/or citizenship work alongside the multitude of identities in Brum.

Train to Teach chat session for Secondary Education

Date
12 November 2020
Description
Our Train to Teach chat session will provide you with a wealth of information on how to get into teaching and how to apply for training in secondary schools.

Supporting the multilingual child during Covid-19

Date
13 November 2020
Description
Supporting the multilingual child during Covid-19: Interactive panel debate, led by Professor Zhu Hua

Switched on for sound: how one device changed deaf children's lives forever

Date
13 November 2020
Description
Open a bottle of prosecco and celebrate with us the first 40 years of cochlear implantation in deaf children and envisage the future!

Postgraduate Online Open Week November 2020

Date
16 - 21 November 2020
Description
Join our online Postgraduate Open Week, from Monday 16 - Saturday 21 November 2020.

Making Histories, Sharing Histories.' Putting University-Community Collaboration into Practice

Date
23 November 2020
Description
Join us for to discuss university-public engagement with research.

Train to Teach chat session for Primary and Early Years Education

Date
26 November 2020
Description
Our Train to Teach chat session will provide you with a wealth of information on how to get into teaching and how to apply for training in primary education

Innovating Educational Research, Theory and Practice: Time, Space and Place

Date
28 November 2020
Description
Book your place at our annual PGR Research conference

Train to Teach chat session

Date
10 December 2020
Description
Our Train to Teach Roadshow chat session will provide you with a wealth of information on how to get into teaching and how to apply for training.
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