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The Collective for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Policy Research invites you to learn about our current research activities and future plans. Projects we are celebrating include: “Teacher Wellbeing & Burnout” “Foundational Number Sense (FoNS) – from post-its to estimation” “Science mentoring in schools” “Edubots: best practice for chatbots in education?” “Digital literacies in 21st century classrooms”…
The European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (ERME) Topic Thematic Working Group 02 ‘Arithmetic and Number Systems’ is pleased to announce the 9th ERME Topic Conference (ETC9) on ‘Perspectives on conceptual understanding of flexibility and number sense in arithmetic’. The conference will take place online, hosted by the Centre for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Policy,…
The next ICY-CCPP Reading Group meeting will be discussing the work by Roger Slee, who has recently been appointed Diamond Jubilee Chair in Disability and Inclusion at the University of Leeds. Roger will also give a keynote in one of our forthcoming events (more details will be posted here soon). Main Reading: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13603116.2019.1602366 The Reading Group meetings…
In this webinar, Dr. Hannah Nash (School of Psychology) will present the preliminary findings from the UKRI-funded ICKLE project, which is investigating the impact of COVID-19 school disruption on the progress of children who were in reception in 2020 and are now in Year 1. ICKLE is a joint project between the Schools of Psychology,…
The ICY-CCPP Reading Group “Current Debates on Inclusion, Childhood, and Youth” is meeting regularly over lunchtime every couple of months. These are informal “bring your own lunch” sessions for staff and PGRs, organised by the Inclusion, Childhood and Youth Research Centre (ICY) and the Centre for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Policy (CCPP). Please let us know…
Speaker: Ian Cushing, Department of Education, Brunel University London Chair: James Simpson, School of Education, Leeds Discussants: Martin Lamb & Lucy Taylor, School of Education, Leeds This talk presents an analysis of various standardised language policy mechanisms currently circulating in secondary schools in England and the processes by which these are interpreted, enacted and resisted…
Centre for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Policy Online seminar Guest speaker: Professor Gemma Moss This seminar looks at findings from a recent UKRI/ESRC funded project, A duty of care and a duty to teach: educational priorities in response to the Covid19 crisis. Covid-19 has revealed some difficult home truths about the depth of child poverty in…
Collaborative teacher learning centered on research evidence is thought to improve teaching practice and student outcomes. Key to such learning is Reflective Professional Inquiry (RPI); seen as vital if practitioners are to engage effectively with new knowledge and ideas. Yet RPI is under-conceptualized and little is known about how to facilitate effective RPI. With this presentation…
This cross-center “Thinking Aloud / Thinking Allowed” workshop is conceived as an informal space to meet new colleagues, share research ideas, discuss raw empirical data, brainstorm on future research projects and present “unfinished” work in the broader field of education, childhood and youth studies. A few colleagues will be giving 10′ presentations of a research…
You’re warmly invited to this event organised by postgraduate researchers from the Centre for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Policy (CCPP). Wondering how to develop yourself as a researcher? Having questions about conducting research professionally? Working with others? Seeking and applying for funding and resources? Communicating and disseminating research outcomes, etc.? This interactive PGR event will provide…