The three-year project explores new understandings of education, purpose and human flourishing through an annual public seminar series, residential visiting fellowships, conferences and publications.
Identifying the social and ethical implications of the greater dependency on technology in the delivery of school education that has arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A feasibility study of STrAWB, funded by NIHR, following on from pilot testing, STrAWB aims to support the well-being of looked-after children.
This drama workshop is part of a two-way Knowledge Exchange partnership with Mandala Theatre Company around exclusion from school.
A small-scale evaluation of the impact of continuing professional development for early years practitioners on practice as well as on child communication and language
Examining translation effects on item difficulty in English, French and Spanish versions of the Diploma Programme Science examinations
FEDORA aims to develop a future-oriented model to enable science education to equip young learners with thinking, foresight and action competence skills needed to address societal challenges.
The project will examine and explore specialist and therapeutic fostering and assess its effectiveness for adolescents, alongside addressing professionalisation in respect to fostering relationships.
What strategies do early career researchers in African universities use in deciding where, when and how to publish their academic work?
A free-at-the-point-of-access database of published systematic reviews in education and a clearinghouse and publishing body for protocols of planned systematic reviews in education.
The Global Teacher Education Consortium (GTEC) is designing a global research agenda to investigate the impact of teacher education policies in 16 countries.
This project is investigating teacher education in collaboration with researchers and policymakers in Bhutan, Malawi, Mexico, Moldova, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste.