This event is being offered free by the School of Education to celebrate International Autism Month and to raise awareness of the needs of young people on the autism spectrum.
This lecture will introduce debates about whether imperialism was the first phase of globalisation, and how empires and the League of Nations offered different models of global governance in the 1920-30s.
Presented by Dr Alison Clark-Wilson and Professor Celia Hoyles, University College London.
This seminar is hosted by the Centre for International Education and UNEVOC as part of the U21@21 celebrations.
A Centre for Research in Educational Leadership and Management (CRELM) seminar presented by Professor Pam Sammons, Department of Education, University of Oxford.
This practical workshop will provide primary school staff with pedagogical ideas around creativity in English, particularly in writing, using recent research.
A practical workshop to provide secondary school staff with insight into the main strengths and challenges for students on the autism spectrum in a school environment.
A seminar presenting early findings of a large-scale three-year mixed-methods project investigating how the provision of Core Maths is developing,
A Centre for International Education Research Seminar presented by Professor Leesa Wheelahan, University of Toronto.