News in 2015
University welcomes new Chevening scholars
11 December 2015
Bristol’s Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Hugh Brady, welcomed the new cohort of Chevening scholars at a reception hosted by the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, including six students from the GSoE.
Welcome Dr Amanda Williams
3 December 2015
The training teachers need: New scheme proposed to improve teacher training and stem exodus from the profession
30 November 2015
New teachers should have to undergo a two-year “apprenticeship” following university before becoming fully qualified in order to give trainees the time to develop their theoretical and practical understanding of teaching, two leading academics argue in a major new pamphlet being launched this week.
New study examines the benefits of being in care to young people’s education
30 November 2015
A new research study launched today identifies the key factors that influence how well children in care do in schools in England.
Former MSc TESOL student Hyunjin Kim receives Caroline Clapham IELTS Masters Award
23 November 2015
GESF Members at the 1st International Conference on Anticipation, Trento, Italy
12 November 2015
Following their visit to the first international conference on 'Anticipation' in Trento, Italy 5-7 November, Professor Susan Robertson, Dr Chris Mullerleile and Janja Komljenovic have shared their experiences at the conference on the Centre for Global Education and Social Futures (GESF) blog.
Professor Susan Robertson to give the Caroline Benn Memorial Lecture 2015
9 November 2015
“When private interests into public education simply do not go”
PGCE Graduation Ceremony 2015
4 November 2015
Paul Howard-Jones explores the secret lives of four, five and six-year-olds for new Channel 4 documentary
3 November 2015
The GSoE's Professor of Neuroscience and Education will feature in the return of a popular Channel 4 documentary tonight [3 November], providing a unique insight into the lives of four, five and six-year-olds.
New Hidden Museum video from Aardman launched
22 October 2015
REPLICATE: REnaissance of PLaces with Innovative Citizenship And TEchnologies
20 October 2015
An ongoing renaissance is taking place in cities; smart technologies are changing the way cities work forever.
Professor Keri Facer awarded 2nd phase of her Leadership Fellowship for AHRC project
13 October 2015
GW4 Initiator grant success
8 October 2015
Cohort 20 of the two-year MSc Education Management in Hong Kong launched last month
7 October 2015
Dr Helen Manchester's research project showcased at the V&A
1 October 2015
Thousands of people visited London’s Victoria and Albert Museum for its Digital Design Weekend, which featured a presentation of the Graduate School of Education’s Tangible Memories project.
Professor Justin Dillon opens new joint Research Institute of Language Assessment in Zhejiang
28 September 2015
Promotions for two GSoE staff members
22 September 2015
Congratulations to Paul Howard-Jones and Laurinda Brown!
Emeritus Professor Patricia Broadfoot awarded the John Nisbet lifetime achievement fellowship from BERA
16 September 2015
Graduate School of Education led research project to be showcased at V&A Digital Design Weekend
15 September 2015
The Tangible Memories project led by Dr Helen Manchester will be one of five AHRC funded projects showcased at the V&A Digital Design weekend later this month.
South Bristol Youth evaluation project gets green light
4 September 2015
Dr Lisa Lucas attends the EARLI 2015 Conference in Limassol, Cyprus as part of an international symposium on academic careers
28 August 2015
Are gadgets harming our children’s ability to communicate?
6 August 2015
Dr Neil Ingram contributes to a Bristol Post article written in response to Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt's pronouncement.
PGCE success highlighted on BBC Radio 5 Live
23 July 2015
New Tangible Memories project retrospective film
8 July 2015
Tangible Memories is featured on the AHRC website this week with a film which reflects on the project
‘Food for Curious Minds’ – The Ecsite Conference, June 11-13
18 June 2015
Professor Justin Dillon recounts his recent visit to the conference in Italy.
Helen Knowler awarded the FSSL University Award for Education
17 June 2015
A report on the awards ceremony by Head of School Professor Justin Dillon
Special issue of the International Journal of Research & Method in Education edited by Dr Jocelyn Wishart
1 June 2015
New publications from Barrett, Crossley and Dale in 'Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education'
28 May 2015
Angeline Barrett and Tore Sørensen's newly published paper: Indicators for All? Monitoring Quality and Equity for a Broad and Bold Post-2015 Global Education Agenda
28 May 2015
Double grant success for Dr Shelley McKeown
18 May 2015
Dr Helen Manchester becomes academic lead for Thinking Futures Festival
18 May 2015
British Council Grant Success for CAERe PhD Students
13 May 2015
Professor Andrew Sayer speaks to packed audience about "Why we can't afford the rich"
30 April 2015
“What’s your stance on education?” GSoE hosts public debate with the Bristol West MP candidates
29 April 2015
New book on narrative inquiry co-edited by Dr Sheila Trahar is first of its kind to be published in English
27 April 2015
PhD student wins WUN Researcher Mobility Programme grant for University of Sydney visit
20 April 2015
The Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) is a leading global higher education and research network made up of 19 universities, spanning 11 countries on five continents.
Professor Sally Thomas contributes to ESRC Expert Advisory Group report on International Development
30 March 2015
CIRE book launch 'Education in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific'
17 March 2015
Edited by Professor Michael Crossley & Terra Sprague
GSoE representation at Language Assessment conference in May
9 March 2015
Invited presentation and workshop plus Alumni Foundation Travel Award
Outdoor learning reaches lofty new heights with ESRC funded tree-house style academy
5 March 2015
Urban Pursuit Woodland Academy: designing, implementing and evaluating an outdoor curriculum
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