Tagged: education

University of Winchester lecturer co-leads latest research-based guidance on future of education and care for young children

The University of Winchester

Through a new project collaboration, education policy leaders in political parties and key organisations throughout the UK now have access to extensive research, paving the way to higher quality care and education for young children. The Association for the Professional …

Studying Craft – Crafts Council research launch, Manchester

The Crafts Council’s research report Studying Craft: trends in craft education and training launches in February 2014 with a series of four events to present the key findings. The events will explore how art, craft and design education and training, …

Studying Craft – Crafts Council research launch, Cheltenham

The Crafts Council’s research report Studying Craft: trends in craft education and training launches in February 2014 with a series of four events to present the key findings. The events will explore how art, craft and design education and training, …

Studying Craft – Crafts Council research launch, Margate

The Crafts Council’s research report Studying Craft: trends in craft education and training launches in February 2014 with a series of four events to present the key findings. The events will explore how art, craft and design education and training, …

Studying Craft – Crafts Council research launch, London

The Crafts Council’s research report Studying Craft: trends in craft education and training launches in February 2014 with a series of four events to present the key findings. The events will explore how art, craft and design education and training, …

University of Worcester helps launch a curriculum to inform dementia education

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The University of Worcester is part of a group of UK Universities which has developed a Curriculum for Dementia Education, designed as a guide for universities developing the content of higher education programmes for health and social care professionals. The …

York St John researcher highlights legality of alternatives to mainstream education

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Many parents don’t know that elective home education is legal and successful as an alternative to school education. A lack of parental awareness and governmental interest in developing this form of education hurts parents and children, according to new research …

Lecturer publishes first history of the Black Supplementary School Movement

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Dr Kehinde Andrews has published the first book documenting the history of the Black Supplementary School movement in the UK. Senior lecturer in Working with Children, Young People and Families, and Criminology at Newman University, Dr Kehinde (Kai) Andrews decided …

British Academy grant funds research into teacher education

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As a result of recent research grant from the British Academy exploring the Finnish teacher education system, Dr Jennifer Chung at St Mary’s University College, Twickenham is running an end of project seminar at the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday 30th October. Dr Chung, Education and …

Time to teach learners about the real world says new published research

The University of Winchester

Teachers should forget about just producing young people with good exam results and instead focus on equipping them with 21st century habits of mind so they can survive in uncertain times, according to new research. There is a growing consensus …

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