- Fatherhood across the generations: what impact does employment have on fathers' involvement?
01 November 2011 Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU) lunchtime seminar series.
- CHES 2011-2012 Seminar Series
01 November 2011 Transitions for taught postgraduate students This follows on from the Teaching and Learning in Higher Education conference 12.30 - 5.30 pm, Clarke Hall. More information is available at http://www.ioe.ac.uk/55201.html To book a place at the conference, contact Danielle Naoum (email@example.com)
- CLS Effective parenting and child well-being: Resources for research seminar
01 November 2011 This half-day seminar which forms part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science will introduce longitudinal data resources available for research into parenting and child well-being.
- Migrant worker policy and social cohesion in Canada
01 November 2011 In the shadow of the oil sands: how temporary migrant workers in Canada strive for a sense of community
- Teaching and learning in higher education conference
01 November 2011 HEA Research Project Conference: Facilitating Transitions to Masters Level Learning through Improving Formative Assessment and Feedback The conference focuses on teaching and learning in higher education at postgraduate levels, and in particular, learning transitions in M- level programmes on study.
- The Claims of Parenting: Reasons, Responsibility and Society
02 November 2011 Book Launch of Stefan Ramaekers (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) and Judith Suissa (Institute of Education), Springer (2011).
- Narrowing the gap
02 November 2011 How do you identify the barriers to achievement for all, and what does a truly diverse learning community look like in practice?
- Book launch: The Claims of Parenting; Reasons, Responsibility and Society
02 November 2011 The Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain and The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Institute of Education have pleasure in inviting you to a book launch of THE CLAIMS OF PARENTING; REASONS, RESPONSIBILITY AND SOCIETY By Stefan Ramaekers and Judith Suissa
- Alumni Pub Night
03 November 2011 A reunion for alumni, staff and friends of the IOE.
- Creating world citizens? League of Nations teaching in English schools, 1919-1939
03 November 2011 The League of Nations Union was established just as the First World War was ending in November 1918, in order to promote the newly founded League of Nations among the British public. Attention was soon focused on schools and an Education Committee was formed at the end of 1919. For the next twenty years, the LNU sought to promote what contemporaries called "League of Nations teaching" in the country's schools.
- Young People and Opportunity: a Vision for London
08 November 2011 This conference is being hosted by the Centre for Post 14 Research and Innovation and will focus on young people in London and the challenging, for some potentially hostile, environment in which they find themselves.
- Black British History Education Event
08 November 2011 Come and explore, discuss and celebrate, and help to lay the foundations for a major project, with presentations from historians including Hakim Adi & Marika Sherwood, and teachers and archivists working in this field.
- Changing people, changing places - a coaching seminar
09 November 2011 A 'must attend' event if you want to transform organisations and support individuals to achieve high performance.
- Environmental concern, moral education and our place in nature
09 November 2011 Philosophy of Education Research Seminar. Michael Bonnett is from University of Cambridge.
- College Students' Attitudes about an Inclusive Post-SecondaryEducation Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
10 November 2011 Department of Psychology and Human Development Lunchtime Seminars. Seminars are held fortnightly between 1-2pm on Thursdays in the main Institute of Education building (20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL).
- Love and identity (irreplaceability and unconditionality)
16 November 2011 Philosophy of Education Research Seminar. David Cockburn is based at University of East Anglia.
- Disciplinarity, interdisciplinarity and educational studies: past, present and future
16 November 2011 The day will explore the past, present and possible future development of the field of Educational Studies and consider notions of impact, theory and interdisciplinarity in research on how people live and learn throughout their lives.
- LLAKES Public Seminar
16 November 2011 What do we mean by skill in the UK? Developing a multi-dimensional approach
- Fast tracking school leaders - what works and why?
16 November 2011 Professor Peter Earley and Annette Beard draw upon their experience of accelerated leadership development, including Tomorrow's Heads and Future Leaders, and highlight what works and why, to support your succession planning strategy.
- EGRG/LLAKES Symposium
18 November 2011 Geographies of Inequality after Recession
- CHES 2011-2012 Seminar Series
21 November 2011 Cognitive Capitalism, Education and the Question of Digital Labour This is a lunchtime occasional seminar in the 2011/12 series. The CHES seminars provide a forum for debate and analysis of issues affecting policy, practice and research in higher education, supporting the exchange of views and experiences across higher education.
- Educating the healthcare workforce of the future: exploring the influence of commissioning on quality in clinical education
22 November 2011 This seminar aims to explore theoretical perspectives and practical issues in the pursuit of quality drawing on examples from the recent introduction of commissioning to postgraduate Medical Education and experiences from Nurse Education.
- Augmenting Family Resources Survey (FRS) Data with Administrative Data on Income and Benefits
22 November 2011 Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU) lunchtime seminar series
- Philosophy of Education Research Seminar
23 November 2011 Dan Hutto is from University of Hertfordshire.
- Adult neuropsychological models of the mature brain: Inappropriate for neurodevelopmental disorders in children
24 November 2011 Department of Psychology and Human Development Lunchtime Seminars Seminars are held fortnightly between 1-2pm on Thursdays in the main Institute of Education building (20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL).
- Skills for Leadership and Management
24 November 2011 By using a range of practical approaches, this two-day course aims to help course members to develop skills and learn strategies to improve personal organisation and the leadership and management of staff.
- The Origins, Rise and Crisis of Scientific Rationalism in English Education System
24 November 2011 Postponed until further notice. Bernard Barker's paper traces aspects of the thirty-year history of scientific rationalism in English education, from its origins in the legitimacy crisis of the 1970s to near-bankruptcy in the aftermath of New Labour. Bureaucratic, rationalist methods seemed to provide attractive solutions to perceived threats of social, moral and cultural disorder in the 1970s; and to neo-liberal demands for increased human resource efficiency in the 1990s.
- Open Evening - Mathematics Specialist Teacher
24 November 2011 Every primary school needs a Specialist Maths Teacher. The Mathematics Specialist Teacher Programme (MaST) - an opportunity to improve your mathematics teaching and to take a lead in your school in mathematics education.
- Professor Chris Husbands Inaugural Directorial Lecture - Teaching and learning in the twenty-first century: What is an Institute of Education for?
28 November 2011 Professor Chris Husbands Inaugural Directorial Lecture
- Introductory workshop on the 1958 National Child Development Study (NCDS) and the 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70)
29 November 2011 On Tuesday 29 November, CLS will hold a one-day introductory workshop on the 1958 National Child Development Study (NCDS) and the 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70), focusing on data from the surveys carried out in 2008 when the study members were aged 50 and 38 years respectively.
- Vortex (film)
29 November 2011 Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU) lunchtime seminar series
- Going for Great: what makes a great school?
30 November 2011 Rachael Macfarlane and David Woods led a London Leadership Strategy project for two years enabling leaders of outstanding secondary schools to share excellent practice and research the features of great schools.