9th December - Birmingham & the Great War: medicine, trauma, injury
4th December - PostgraduateStudentships PhD Funding Fair
25th November - The 16th annual School of Education Doctoral Research Conference
24th November - Educational Review: article of the year seminar
24th November - Postgraduate Virtual Open Day in the School of Education
22nd November - Teacher Education at Birmingham
21st November - The significance of stories in ethics education with speaker Grace Lockrobin
15th November - Teaching Religious Education: Drop-in session
7th November - Learning from autistic perspectives
6th November - Addressing inequalities in higher education: theoretical approaches and evidence from practice in South Africa
25th October - How do students and educators in higher education talk about learning, learning difference, and 'intelligence'?
24th October - The happy circle: dualisms in inclusive education with speaker Franziska Felder
20th October 2017-14th January 2018 - Beyond the Battlefields: Käthe Buchler's Photographs of Germany in the Great War
18th October - 'Humanitarian relief, internationalism, and child refugees: The Spanish Civil War and the Global campaign of Esme Odgers'
10th October - Rush Hour Research: Translanguaging in Everyday Practice
4th October - The Diversity Bargain: And Other Dilemmas of Race, Admissions, and Meritocracy at Elite Universities
4th October - Teacher Education at Birmingham
19th September - Understanding the high expectation classroom: Structures and processes to increase student achievement
8th July - Why should philosophy be taught in schools?
27th June - Inclusive Curriculum approaches for autistic students – Lessons from participatory projects.
20th June - Educational Review: article of the year seminar
19th June - Translanguaging as a Practical Theory of Language: Implications for practice and research
19th-23rd June - Researching translanguaging: key concepts, methods & issues
18th May - The Birmingham Conference 2017
17th May - Developing new teachers: what does the research tell us?
16th May - Supporting more able pupils, with speaker Carrie Winstanley
13th May - Scruffy Targets, Meaningful Outcomes, Inspiring Legacy - Celebrating the life and work of Dr Penny Lacey
10th May - Postgraduate Virtual Open Day
4th April - What if everything you knew about education was wrong?
28th March - The Chartered College of Teaching: Learning without Limits.
21st March - The Brain and Learning: emotions, aggression and antisocial behaviour
21st March - Self-assertion, university/ies and turbulence: learning from Heidegger. With speaker Rebecca Rosewarne
3rd March - Postgraduate Open Day
2nd-3rd March - Best of British Special Education
21st February - The ethics of belief: implications for education with speaker Ben Kotzee
15th February - Happiness, Inclusivity, and Education
13th February - Teacher Training Virtual Open Day
9th February - The Place of 'Non-Cognitive Skills' in Teaching and the Curriculum
2nd February - Literacies and discourses among visually impaired people in a city in the North East of Brazil
31st January - Lesson study and Learning Study: Issues in methodology and methods
31st January - Rush-hour Research - Teaching Controversial Issues
26th January - Newly arrived young people as writers in and outside of school – Insights from recent research in Norway