The Department of Education’s Public Seminar Series are held on a termly basis throughout the academic year and are designed to engage wider audiences in topical research areas from across the department.
Seminars are free to attend and held on most Mondays during term from 5pm. Each seminar is convened by a member of the department and speakers include academics from across the department, the wider University, as well as recognised professionals from across the globe.
Listen to our Michaelmas term series 2019 in full:
POVERTY MATTERS: FAMILY INCOME, PARENTING AND CHILD OUTCOMES
SPEAKER: Naomi Eisenstadt (Honorary Research Fellow, University of Oxford)
21 Oct 2019
RE AND DE-CONTEXTUALISING GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION – SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE SCHOLARSHIP IN THE FIELD
SPEAKER: Miri Yemini (Tel Aviv University)
28 Oct 2019
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SOCIAL RELATIONS IN SCHOOLS: WHO ARE THE ‘DIGITAL WINNERS’?
SPEAKER: Sandra Leaton Gray (Professor in Education,UCL Institute of Education)
04 Nov 2019
INTEGRATING AND AUGMENTING TERTIARY EDUCATION STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES IN WORKPLACE SETTINGS
SPEAKER: Stephen Billet (Professor of Adult and Vocational Education, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia)
11 Nov 2019
ARGUMENT, EVIDENCE AND CONTINUITY IN THE AUGAR REPORT
SPEAKER: Gareth Parry (University of Sheffield)
18 Nov 2019
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