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 Bristol Conversations in Education research seminars are:
- 20 February - Sleep, attention and daytime function in childhood and adolescence
- 27 February - What does trait anxiety and the transition from primary to secondary education mean for maths achievement and maths anxiety?
- 6 March - A knowledge-rich curriculum for all; pitfalls and possibilities
- 13 March - O Men, Where Art Thou? Exploring the low numbers of men in the Early Years sector
- 20 March - The question of the question: Early stages in a design-based research project
- 27 March - Estranged to and in Higher Education: student report their experiences
- 1 May - The RAIDING project: Designing a mobile game to promote arithmetic fluency
- 15 May - Building an artificial intelligence to teach and assess English
- 5 June - Unpicking the paradoxes of competitive accountability
- 19 June - The undisciplined campus forms of Cheikh Anta Diop: Cultural production and decolonial thought in francophone African universities
View the event pages for previous Bristol Conversations in Education seminars.