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2020

Becoming the teacher – hopes and fears taking on the job at home

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By Colin Diamond CBE, Professor of Education Leadership, School of Education.
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Wednesday 25th March 2020

Generation Equality: The changing experience of women

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For International Women's Day, Professor Jane Martin celebrates two women who shared a sense that social change was possible and acted upon that belief
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Thursday 5th March 2020

Birmingham scores seven Top 50 global hits in 2020 subject rankings

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Development Studies, Education, and Social Policy & Administration all feature in the Top 50 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020.
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Wednesday 4th March 2020

Is dangerous thinking about race and IQ at the heart of UK government?

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Dr Gillborn discusses race, IQ and the UK Government in this article in The Conversation
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Thursday 27th February 2020

University of Birmingham academics, honorary graduates and alumni in New Year Honours

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University of Birmingham academics have been named in the 2019 New Year Honours for services to race equality in education, construction and physiotherapy.
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Thursday 2nd January 2020
2019

Developing Excellence in Autism Research and Practice

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Taking place on Friday 27 September, this Inaugural Lecture saw 250 staff, students and members of the community join Professor Guldberg in the Bramall to discuss developing excellence in autism research.
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Tuesday 3rd December 2019

The Good Autism Practice Guidance – AET interview Professor Karen Guldberg

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Professor Karen Guldberg is interviewed by the Autism Education Trust as lead author of the Good Autism Practice Guidance
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Thursday 14th November 2019

Head teacher and alumnus Kulvarn Atwall returns to campus

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Kulvarn Atwal is a graduate of the University. He recently returned to Birmingham to share his expertise at the launch of the University's new Education Leadership Academy
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Wednesday 9th October 2019

University of Birmingham partners with Birmingham City Council to deliver broad range of Degree Apprenticeships

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The University of Birmingham has announced an innovative multi-programme framework agreement with Birmingham City Council to deliver Degree Apprenticeships across a number of disciplines.
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Monday 30th September 2019

University of Birmingham increases Top 5 subjects in UK rankings

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The University of Birmingham has increased its number of Top 5 subjects in the rankings of The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide.
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Monday 23rd September 2019

New Education Leadership Academy set to transform inclusive leadership in Schools

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The Education leadership Academy (ELA) at the University of Birmingham was officially launched on Monday 9th September.
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Wednesday 11th September 2019

School of Education colleagues visit Brazil as part of British Council funded project

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Birmingham academics from the MOSAIC Group for Research on Multilingualism, School of Education were invited to speak at the 7th International Colloquium on Literacy and Written Culture, held in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
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Tuesday 27th August 2019

Dr. Lila Kossyvaki to lead European collaboration to provide resources for autism professionals

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Dr. Lila Kossyvaki, has received funding from Erasmus Plus to lead study focusing on the provision of resources for autism professionals
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Monday 19th August 2019

University of Birmingham teams up with Chartered College for new online course for teachers

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Registration is now open for a unique online course that will show how engaging with research can transform teaching practice.
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Friday 26th July 2019

New educators' resource and Parliamentary Reception

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The Leverhulme Network group on youth activism presented their work at the Palace of Westminster.
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Monday 17th June 2019

Universities Minister visits University of Birmingham to take part in roundtable discussion with students with vision impairment

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Chris Skidmore MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation visited the University of Birmingham to take part in a roundtable discussion.
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Sunday 19th May 2019

Teachers and Knife Crime

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In this Social Sciences blog, Professor Colin Diamond discusses a government proposal to hold teachers accountable for preventing knife crime.
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Wednesday 10th April 2019

Should dogs be introduced to the classroom?

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Alison Broad debates the issue of dog therapy as a means of reducing stress in this Social Sciences blog
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Wednesday 10th April 2019

How to bridge the gap between theory, research and what's unravelling in the everyday life of individuals with autism?

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During Autism Awareness Week, Dr Lila Lila Kossyvaki reflects on how we can bridge the gap between theory and research, and the lives of people who are living with autism.
Date:
Wednesday 10th April 2019

Dubai Eye: Why are we facing a shortage of teachers?

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Sanam Yaqub, School Partnership Strategies Manager at the University of Birmingham in Dubai, was recently interviewed on Dubai Eye radio station.
Date:
Thursday 28th March 2019
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