We bid a fond farewell to Mary O’Connell as she retires after 28 years at the School of Education 25 March 2021 This week, it is with fondness and a few tears that the School of Education wishes Mary O’Connell a fantastic retirement, after 28 years at the School.
- We bid a fond farewell to Mary O’Connell as she retires after 28 years at the School of Education 25 March 2021 This week, it is with fondness and a few tears that the School of Education wishes Mary O’Connell a fantastic retirement, after 28 years at the School.
- SOE student who cared for terminally ill mum fights odds to earn Master’s 9 March 2021 An inspirational student from the School of Education, Michelle Mounsdon (Neuroscience in Education), passed her Master’s despite a demanding job and providing round-the-clock care for her terminally ill mother.
- New funding awarded to tackle social isolation as we age through digital innovation 8 March 2021 An interdisciplinary team from across the University of Bristol, has received funding for the ‘Connecting through culture as we age: digital innovation for healthy ageing’ project as part of the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Health Ageing Challenge Social, Behavioural and Design Research Programme (SBDRP).
- International Women's Day 2021 - School of Education newsletter 8 March 2021 Today (Monday 8 March 2021) is International Women's Day.
- Train to teach: study for a PGCE at the School of Education 1 March 2021 If you have a passion for your subject and you want to inspire the next generation, teaching could be the career for you. Our PGCE programmes are demanding and hands-on, but you’ll be supported and guided to become an excellent qualified teacher.
- Teaching of LGBTQ+ individuals from history 16 February 2021 Llewellyn Jones, a History PGCE student at the School of Education, has written this news item about his teaching of LGBTQ+ individuals from history. Llewellyn has explored the rationale behind his selection of these individuals and his strategies for teaching about them in history lessons.
- Launch of Education, Justice and Memory Network (EdJAM) research project 8 February 2021 The School of Education will be hosting a series of online events to celebrate the launch of a major new research project, “Education, Justice and Memory Network” (EdJAM).
- Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures - Call for Proposals 3 February 2021 The Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures Network (TESF) are inviting applications from research teams interested in developing proposals that can assist in meeting their research objectives.
- Professor Watermeyer to explore the relationship between narcissism and performance in Higher Education 7 January 2021 We are pleased to announce that the School of Education's Professor Richard Watermeyer has been awarded a British Academy funded project to explore the relationship between narcissism and performance in Higher Education.
- Oracy All-Party Parliamentary Group report highlights the importance of 'Supporting Spoken Language in the Classroom' research project 17 December 2020 The Oracy All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) have published their interim report with recommendations that highlight the importance of Dr Ioanna Bakopoulou’s research on Supporting Spoken Language in the Classroom.