The School of Education and Lifelong Learning host regular research seminars, inviting speakers renowned in their field of research to share their knowledge with a wider audience.

All welcome, unless stated as a ticketed event. Click on links to see posters for further information.

2016/2017 Seminars

Date                 

 

Speaker                     

Title

17th November

12:00-13:00

JSC 2.03

Dr Ulrike Hanemann, UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning Hamburg

'Examining the campaign approach to adult literacy: which lessons can be drawn from experiences in the past decade?'

30th November

17.30-19.00

TPSC 2.03

Prof Meg Maguire,
King's College London

 

'Constrained creativity and assessment in primary schools'

13th December

17.30-19.00

TEC Lecture Theatre

Dr Tim Coulson, Regional Schools Commissioner for the East of England and North-East London

'A miracle in the East: the future of schooling in Eastern England'

9th February 2017

12:00-13:00

Queens 01.11

Professor Richard Andrews,
University of East Anglia

'To what extent does regional dialect and accent impact on the development of reading and writing skills? England and USA perspectives'

23rd February 2017

12:00-13:00

LSB 01.21

 

Fusheng Jia,
UEA School of Education & Lifelong Learning

 

 

'From policy to practice: changing discourses in migrant workers' education in China'

8th March
2017

17.30-19.00

TPSC 2.03

Prof Carey Jewitt,
UCL Institute of Education

'Visual and multimodal methods and their impact on educational research'

22nd March
2017

17.30-19.00

TPSC 2.03

Prof Stephen Ball,
UCL Institute of Education

'Policy Mobility: education, globalisation and neo-liberalism'

27th April
2017

12-1pm

LSB 1.40

Lindsay Howard (UEA, School of Education and Lifelong Learning)

‘Seeing differently, doing differently: challenges for education projects in Southern Africa'

5th May
2017

12 – 1pm

(Room tbc)

Yann Lebeau (UEA) and Monica Lopex (UAM Mexico)

 

‘International Students and Academic Mobility in Mexico’ (title to be confirmed)