Videos and webinars
Here we share videos and webinars from across the School of Education community
Click on the links below to watch a range of videos and webinars from academics and students from the School of Education
Videos and webinars
How to engage children in home learning: Professor Paul Howard-Jones
Professor Paul Howard-Jones, School of Education, and also of Channel 4’s The Secret Life of Four & Five Year Olds, has teamed up with STEM Learning to share his know-how on the science of how children learn.
Felicity Sedgewick of CRAE talks about girls with autism
In this film, Dr Felicity Sedgewick (School of Education) talks about girls on the autism spectrum; how to spot the signs and what support can be offered.
"Anything but the phone": Communication mode of preference in the autism community
Dr Philippa Howard and Dr Felicity Sedgewick explain their research poster submitted to the Autistica Research Festival, 2021.
Dr George Leckie Lecture, Institute of Education
Dr George Leckie lecture at the institute of Education: 'Should the government modify Progress 8 to account for school intake differences in pupil background'?
Keri Facer | Re-Choreographing Future-Making Practices in Universities
The Mirror and The Dancefloor: Re-Choreographing Future-Making Practices in Universities Keri Facer, Educational and Social Futures, School of Education, University of Bristol; in the Green College Leading Scholars' Series: Building Worlds in Uncertain Times - Power, Culture, Pedagogy
Plenary talk - Alf Coles, University of Bristol, UK
Title: An ecological turn in mathematics education Abstract: In this plenary talk, I make the case for the need for an “ecological turn” in mathematics education.
Parenting in a Pandemic: How to survive lockdown homeschooling
This is how to survive homeschooling during lockdown - with parenting advice from the Supernanny Jo Frost and educational neuroscientist Professor Paul Howard-Jones.
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