- Evaluating impact
19 January 2010 The 2009 Ofsted evaluation schedule contains 27 references to impact! We all want to demonstrate we are making a difference as a result of what we do yet leaders still struggle with how to evaluate impact simply and rigorously. Cost: £70.00, free to LCLL members
- SSRU Seminar: Understanding the disparity between aspirations and experience; gender relations between Indian couples in the UK and India
05 January 2011 In this paper Katherine will explore the relationship ideals and experiences of young Gujaratis (aged 20-30) in the UK and India. In particular she will describe how in both settings informants aspired to `modern' relationships of love and (broadly) equality. What this meant was interpreted in different ways. In neither setting, however, was gender equality fully realised and Katherine will explore the factors which led to this disparity between ideal and experience.
- CHES 2010-2011 Seminar Series - Revolution in HE - Long or Short?
11 January 2011 This is the fourth seminar in the 2010/11 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. Seminars are normally held at 5:30 pm on the first Tuesday of the month at the Institute of Education
- Epistemic Injustices in Education
12 January 2011 How do relations of social power and identity impinge in our epistemic practices to produce distinctively epistemic forms of injustice - injustices in which someone is undermined in their capacity as a knower? Come to hear leading philosopher Miranda Fricker to find out more.
- 'Gender, education and global poverty reduction initiatives: Some comparative case studies in South Africa, Kenya and global organisations
18 January 2011 Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU) lunchtime seminar series
- LLAKES Public Seminar
18 January 2011 Policy as Numbers in Contemporary Education
- 'We just want them to be happy: Parents, schools and the new science of well-being
19 January 2011 Philosophy of Education Research Seminar
- Is the public funding of teaching a lost cause? A personal perspective on the evidence from England and beyond
20 January 2011 Is the public funding of teaching a lost cause? A personal perspective on the evidence from England and beyond.
- 'The policy landscape and HE: challenges at home and abroad'
20 January 2011 This is the 6th seminar in the CeCeps series 'Policy futures: from the global to the local'
- Department of Psychology and Human Development Research Seminar
20 January 2011 Attention to Faces in Williams Syndrome and Autism
- Book launch: Remaking Adult Learning
20 January 2011 IOE Publications are pleased to announce and launch their new book, Remaking Adult Learning: Essays on adult education in honour of Alan Tuckett. Edited by Jay Derrick, Ursula Howard, John Field, Peter Lavender, Sue Meyer, Ekkehard Nuissl von Rein and Tom Schuller.
- Agency in adolescence: young people constructing their own adolescence
25 January 2011 Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU) lunchtime seminar series
- Inequality in Achievements during Adolescence
26 January 2011 The Gordon Square seminar series is multi-disciplinary, and showcases the work of demographers, statisticians, sociologists, psychologists and economists working in the field of education research.
- Doctorate in Professional Educational, Child and Adolescent Psychology Open Evening
27 January 2011 Thinking of becoming an Educational Psychologist?
- Book launch: Post-Compulsory Education and Lifelong Learning across the United Kingdom: Policy, organisation and governance
31 January 2011 IOE Publications are delighted to announce the publication of Post-Compulsory Education and Lifelong Learning across the United Kingdom: Policy, organisation and governance by Ann Hodgson, Ken Spours and Martyn Waring.