Bristol Conversations in Education research seminar series
Bristol Conversations in Education is a seminar series which showcases world-class, impactful, cross-disciplinary research about education.
You can view the powerpoint presentation or listen to the audio of Bristol Conversations in Education seminars.
The series aims to promote lively discussion around teaching, learning and leadership in education and is aimed at researchers, practitioners and policy makers. Each seminar is hosted by a leading academic from our research centres and networks. Everyone is welcome to attend. It is free to attend but registration is required.
The upcoming seminars will be taking place on:
- 20 November - Abolishing Public Schools: Lessons From Research and History, Professor Roger Bullock
- 27 November - Counting to Learn? Accountability, Privatization and Learning Outcomes in Mumbai and Kathmandu, Dr Robin Shields, University of Bristol
- 28 November- Learning & Educating Hope in Struggles for Ecological and Social Change, Sarah Amsler (PhD) University of Nottingham & Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, University of Bath.
- 29 November - What can we learn about global education from historical and global policy studies of the OECD?, Professor Christian Ydesen, Department of Culture and Learning, Aalborg University
- 2 December - Measuring leadership and management and their linkages with literacy in rural and township primary schools in South Africa, Dr Gabrielle Wills & Professor Servaas van der Berg, Stellenbosch University
- 11 December - Designing Inclusive Education Technologies With and For Visually Impaired and Sighted Chidlren, Dr Oussama Metatla, Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol
22 January - Responding to the Climate Emergency – Psychology and (dis)obedience, Professor Colin Davis, School of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol
View the event pages for previous Bristol Conversations in Education seminars.