11 June 2012, 12.30 pm
Join us for the official opening of the Bristol Festival of Education in the presence Professor Eric Thomas, Vice-Chancellor, University of Bristol. Followed by talks from the multilevel modelling team which explore differences in educational outcomes among schools, exam markers and children.
11 June 2012, 5 pm
Dr Paul Howard-Jones holds a clinic to discuss the facts and consider, with the audience, the challenges of parenting ‘digital natives’.
12 June 2012, 12 pm
Professor Susan Robertson and others explore implications for education as a public good.
12 June 2012, 5 pm
Join us for the launch of Learning Warehouse 2.0 facilitated by Dr Ruth Deakin Crick with colleagues from LearningEmergence.net and Fusion Universal.
13 June 2012, 12 pm
Dr Guoxing Yu will present some evidence from a case in Africa.
13 June 2012, 5 pm
‘The Future Brunels’ showcase their experiences of science and engineering.
14 June 2012, 12.30 pm
Why is it so difficult for children to link classroom maths with out of school maths?
14 June 2012, 5 pm
What contribution might poetry make to one’s spiritual life?
15 June 2012, 12 pm
In this interactive session, audience volunteers will help investigate what experiments can tell us about education and everyday life.
15 June 2012, 5 pm
Experience the magic of science through a series of performances.
18 June 2012, 5 pm
A talk by Professor Pat Sikes, University of Sheffield.
19 June 2012, 12 pm
What does the digital offer for educational assessment?
19 June 2012, 5 pm
Which groups are achieving and which are at risk of under-achieving in Bristol?
20 June 2012, 12 pm
A talk with Professor Richard Pring, University of Oxford.
20 June 2012, 5.30 pm
Meet our teacher-educators in a series of ten minute show-and-tell stories.