The webinar draws on the expertise of Dr Sobantu Sibanda, whose doctoral research explored Ubuntu as a theory of social and educational justice.
Over the last few months University staff have been working relentlessly to adapt process, systems and […]
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75 years have passed since George Pólya introduced the idea of heuristic strategies, rules of thumb for effective problem solving, in his classic book How to Solve It. What do we know now that we didn’t know then?
Following the success of last year’s seminar to mark World Autism Awareness Week, the School of Education is again hosting a free event
Join Professor Louise Crewe on a journey that connects people, places and objects together in ways that are scarcely imaginable. The fashion industry brings certain spaces, places and people into high relief, whilst masking the global inequalities, abuses of labour standards and environmental catastrophes that underpin the industry.
Hosted by the Nottingham branch of the Geographical Association – School of Education and School of Geography.