Students’ Ongoing Research in Education Studies (STORIES) Conference 2022
14th March 2022 : 09:00 - 17:00
15th March 2022 : 09:00 - 17:00
Speaker: Speaker 1: Vicki Murphy; Speaker 2: Prof. Carl Gombrich, London Interdisciplinary School; Speaker 3: Dr. Fernando Reimers, Harvard Graduate School; Speaker 4: Dr. Napoleon Katsos, University of Cambridge
Location: Zoom- Registration Required
Convener: Abbey Palmer
The Department of Education’s Students’ Ongoing Research In Educational Studies (STORIES) Conference is an annual student-led conference which supports postgraduate students from around the globe in their ongoing research and fosters networking among students and faculty. This year, STORIES will take place as a two-day free, online event to be held on 14th & 15th of March 2022 (9:00-17:00 GMT).
With social twists, political turns, and medical breakthroughs, the past few years have irrevocably altered educational research. From COVID-19 to Black Lives Matter to the technological impacts of video conferencing on children in schools, never before has research, activism, or student-oriented pedagogy applied so extensively to teaching and learning. As researchers and students, we have each uniquely and personally been impacted by events that have influenced our simultaneously globalized and hyper-localized worlds, and we want to hear about it. From the way children develop language and identity to federal education laws, it is fitting that the STORIES theme this year is “Global and Communal Perspectives on Language, Educational Policy and Pedagogy.”