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.
Find out more about research in the School of 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.
- 1 April - POSTPONED Evidence-based inspection: research and evaluation at Ofsted, Daniel Muijs (Ofsted)
- 8 April - POSTPONED Re-thinking professionalism for 21st century working life: a radically different conceptualisation, Linda Evans (Professor of Education, and Associate Dean for Academic and Research Staff Development, University of Manchester)
- 22 April - POSTPONED The Right to Education and the Failings of Humanitarianism: Reflections from research in the Middle East, Dr Jason Hart (Department of Social & Policy Sciences, University of Bath) - co-hosted with Migration Mobilities Bristol
- 29 April - POSTPONED The development of Education for All in the Isle of Man, a small island nation, Angela Little (Professor Emerita, Institute of Education, UCL)
- 6 May - POSTPONED Carey Jewitt (Professor of Learning and Technology, Director of UCL Knowledge Lab) - co-hosted with Bristol Digital Societies
- 13 May - POSTPONED Science and Social Justice: a Critical Realist approach, Dr Ralph Levinson (Institute of Education, UCL)
- 20 May - POSTPONED ‘All islands have a boundary’: Experiences of higher education on small islands in and around the UK, Holly Henderson (Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education, University of Nottingham)
- 27 May - POSTPONED Dr Sally Palmer (Psychology, University of Exeter)
- 4 June - Learning and educating hope in strugges for ecological and social change, Dr Ana Cecilia Dinerstein (Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath) and Dr Sarah Amsler (Associate Professor in Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Nottingham)
- 5 June - Mark Shillitoe (Maker Educator and Creative Technologist, the Netherlands)
- 10 June - Decoding the digital university in post-apartheid South Africa, Dr Sue Timmis (School of Education, University of Bristol)
- 17 June - Why the Co-op is involved in the academy programme, Frank Norris (MBE)
View the event pages for previous Bristol Conversations in Education seminars.