Recordings and powerpoint presentations for Bristol Conversations in Education 2020-2021 series

Click on the links below for a recording or powerpoint slides of previous Bristol Conversations in Education seminars 

2021

24 March - Implementing whole-school universal language interventions as a means of recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic
Dr Ioanna Bakopoulou (Lecturer in Psychology in Education, School of Education, University of Bristol)
Implementing whole-school universal language interventions as a means of recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic (Video, automatic transcript and chat)
Whole-school language interventions as a means of recovering from Covid-19 (PDF, 3,457kB) 
 
17 March - Black bodies in white educational spaces
Dr April-Louise Pennant (Changemaker and Scholar-activist, Research Associate at the Nelson Mandela University) and Dr Constantino Dumangane Jr (Lecturer in Education and Social Justice, University of York)
The edited recording will be available soon! If you require this more urgently, please email ed-events@bristol.ac.uk 
 
10 March - Higher education timescapes: temporal understandings of students and learning
Professor Rachel Brooks (Professor of Sociology, University of Surrey)
Higher education timescapes: temporal understandings of students and learning (Video, automatic transcript and chat)
 
03 March - Homophily, social capital and cultural capital: what clues do they provide about educational disadvantage 
Professor Chris Brown (Professor in Education, Durham University)
Homophily, social capital and cultural capital (Video, automatic transcript and chat)
Homophily, social capital and cultural capital (PDF, 1,668kB)
 
24 February - Education’s ‘reparative’ possibilities: responsibilities and reckonings for sustainable futures
Convened by Professor Julia Paulson (Principal Investigator Education Justice and 'memory Network) and Professor Arathi Sriprakash (University of Bristol, School of Education). Joined by fellow panelists: Tarcila Rivera Zea (founder and president of CHIRAPAQ - Centre for Indigenous Cultures of Peru, expert member of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues), Dr Keston Perry (political economist with expertise in climate policy and justice, Lecturer in Economics, University of the West of England).
Education’s ‘reparative’ possibilities: responsibilities and reckonings for sustainable futures (Video, automatic transcript and chat - this unedited recording has original Speaker audio in Spanish and English - we aim to make a version with translations in the subtitles available soon)
 
17 February - From theory to practice: decolonising education for sustainable futures (UNESCO Chair series: Decolonising education for sustainable futures)
Convened by Yvette Hutchinson (British Council/ United Kingdom Forum for International Education and Training) and Professor Leon Tikly (UNESCO Chair on Inclusive and Quality Education for All). Panelists: Yvette Hutchinson (British Council, Dr Tania Saeed (Lahore University of Management Sciences and author of Reimagining education: student movements and the possibility of a critical pedagogy and feminist praxis), Professor Alvin Birdi (Associate PVC for Education Innovation, and convenor of Decolonising Community of Practice, University of Bristol) and Ben Spence (Headteacher, Maypark Primary School, Bristol, Representative of Global Majority Teachers' Network)
From theory to practice: decolonising education for sustainable futures (Video, transcript and chat - unedited version)
 
10 February - Connecting decolonial and sustainable futures in education (UNESCO Chair series: Decolonising education for sustainable futures)
Convened by Professor Leon Tikly (UNESCO Chair on Inclusive and Quality Education for All) and Dr Keith Holmes (UNESCO, Future of Learning and Innovation team). Panelists: Professor Noah Sobe (UNESCO, Future of Learning and Innovation team), Professor Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw (Faculty of Education, Western University, Canada and Common Worlds Research Collective), Professor Leon Tikly (UNESCO Chair in Inclusive and Quality Education for All, University of Bristol), Professor Catherine Odora Hoppers (Professor Extraordinarius, University of South Africa; Professor of Education, Gulu University, Uganda)
Connecting decolonial and sustainable futures in education (Video, transcript and chat - unedited version)
 
03 February - Does a Sociology of Assessment matter? An event to launch: The Sociology of Assessment: comparative and policy perspectives. The selected works of Patricia Broadfoot
Professor Patricia Broadfoot CBE (Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Bristol) with a panel of discussants including: Professor Stephen Ball FBA (formerly Karl Mannheim Professor of Sociology of Education, University of London), Professor Tansy Jessop (Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of Bristol) and Professor Jo-Anne Baird (Professor of Educational Assessment and Director of Department of Education, University of Oxford)
Does a Sociology of Assessment matter? An event to launch: The Sociology of Assessment: comparative and policy perspectives. The selected works of Patricia Broadfoot (Video with captions on the SoE YouTube channel)
 
27 January - Re-imagining curriculum in India: Charting a path beyond the pandemic
Professor Poonam Batra (Professor of Education at the Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi)
Re-imagining curriculum in India: Charting a path beyond the pandemic (Link to video and slides on TESF website)
 

2020

16 December - Skills for sustainable futures
Professor Simon McGrath (UNESCO Chair in International Education and Development, University of Nottingham and Extraordinary Professor, Faculty of Education, University of the Western Cape)
Skills for sustainable futures (Video on TESF website)
Skills for sustainable futures (PDF, 2,075kB) 
 
9 December - Communication preferences of autistic adults
Dr Felicity Sedgewick and Dr Philippa Howard (School of Education, University of Bristol)
Communication preferences of autistic adults (Video, transcript and chat)
Communication preferences of autistic adults (PDF, 3,218kB)
 
25 November - Unintended Methodologies: arts-based research practices as forms of listening 
Dr Terra Sprague (University of Bristol) and Injairu Kulundu-Bolus (Rhodes University)
Unintended Methodologies: arts-based research practices as forms of listening (Video on TESF website)
 
18 November - Re-imagining UK education research partnerships in the South: prospects for mutual and equitable relationships Dr Rafael Mitchell (School of Education, University of Bristol), Dr Tigist Grieve (School of Education, University of Bristol), Dr Kelsey Shanks (GCRF Challenge Leader for Education Research, Ulster University), Ms Maria Teresa Pinto Ocampo (National University of Colombia), Professor Isabella Aboderin (Perivoli Africa Research Centre, University of Bristol), Dr Ashley Jay Brockwell (London Interdisciplinary School)
Re-imagining UK education research partnerships in the South: prospects for mutual and equitable relationships (Video on TESF website)
 
11 November - CARGO Classroom - radical new resources for KS3 History
Lawrence Hoo (Poet and founder of CARGO Movement), Tracy O’Brien (History teacher and collaborator of CARGO Movement) and Professor Olivette Otele (CARGO Board Member, and Professor of History of Slavery and Memory of enslavement at the University of Bristol)
CARGO Classroom - radical new resources for KS3 History (Video on SoE YouTube channel)
CARGO Classroom - radical new resources for KS3 History (PDF, 4,366kB)
CARGO Classroom - radical new resources for KS3 History - Audio Transcript (Office document, 69kB)
 
4 November - Why the Co-op is involved in the academy programme
Frank Norris, MBE (former CEO of the Co-op Academies Trust)
Why the Co-op is involved in the academy programme (Video, transcript and chat)
Why the Co-op is involved in the academy programme (PDF, 1,137kB)
 
28 October - The other side of excellence: Failure, research culture and the role of academic governance systems
Dr Gemma Derrick (Lancaster University)
The other side of excellence (Video, transcript and chat)
The other side of excellence (PDF, 3,147kB)
 
14 October - School closures, remote teaching and attainment grouping: implications for equity
Professor Jeremy Hodgen and Dr Becky Taylor (UCL Institute of Education)
School closures, remote teaching and attainment grouping (Video, transcript and chat)
School closures, remote teaching and attainment grouping, powerpoint slides (PDF, 1,298kB)
 
30 September - An ADHD Teacher Toolkit – what are the needs?
Dr Simon Brownhill, Dr Frances Knight and Jennifer Norris, University of Bristol
An ADHD Teacher Toolkit – what are the needs? (Video, transcript and chat)
An ADHD Teacher Toolkit – what are the needs? Powerpoint slides (PDF, 1,311kB)
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