The two universities have announced another round of the successful Strategic Collaboration Fund. £150k is available […]
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In this Centre for Research in Educational Leadership and Management seminar, Professor Qing Gu and Dr Lindsey Smethem, School of Education, will report the findings from a two-year study (2013-15) into the work of teaching schools and their alliances commissioned by the National College for Teaching and Leadership.
In this seminar, Margarita Langthaler will focus on the role of education in the Bolivarian process in Venezuela. Analysis will be informed by a perspective of social reproduction through education based on Bourdieu’s thinking as well as on a Gramscian perspective of cultural hegemony.
Paul Collard, Chief Executive of Creativity, Culture and Education joins the School of Education for this Centre for Research in Arts, Creativity and Literacy seminar.