News in 2017
The School of Education & Bristol Classics Hub involved in the inaugural 'Ovid in the West Country competition'
11 December 2017
On Wednesday 6th December 2017, the university hosted a prize-giving event at the Wills Memorial Building for the inaugural 'Ovid in the West Country competition.'
SOE's Gabrielle Hogan-Brun to lead a theme strand at the Salzburg Global Seminar
6 December 2017
Gabrielle Hogan-Brun, Senior Research Fellow at the School of Education, has been invited to lead a theme strand at the Salzburg Global Seminar on Language Learning & Integration in a Globalized World (from 12 to 17 December 2017 at Leopoldskron Castle in Salzburg, Austria).
Macfarlane article about the status of books and the REF features in Times Higher Education
6 December 2017
The Head of School, Prof Bruce Macfarlane, has an opinion article published in this week’s issue of the Times Higher Education.
New report highlights relationship between teachers’ engagement with research and pupil attainment
28 November 2017
A new report by researchers from the School of Education has been published by the Education Endowment Foundation today.
Research Associate, Nigel Newton, has been published on academic research community website 'The Conversation'
27 November 2017
SOE’s Research Associate Nigel Newton has been published on academic research community website 'The Conversation' in a recent article, ‘What Quaker schools can teach the rest of the class about equality, mutual respect and learning’.
New SOE research confirms that children show implicit racial attitudes from a young age
24 November 2017
White children show signs of implicit racism from the age of five by favouring people with the same skin colour, according to new research.
Professor Keri Facer conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
17 November 2017
Many congratulations to the School of Education's Professor Keri Facer, who has been conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Teacher education for second language learners in Tanzania
8 November 2017
For the last 12 years, School of Education led a series of research projects to support disadvantaged learners in education systems in sub-Saharan Africa, where the language used for teaching and learning changes midway through students’ school careers.
Prof Paul Howard-Jones returns to our screens for 'Secret Lives of 4 and 5 Year-Olds'
7 November 2017
The School of Education's Professor Paul Howard-Jones returns to our screens tonight (Tuesday 7 November 2017) for Channel 4's, 'Secret Lives of 4 and 5 Year-Olds'.
School of Education to host Chartered College of Teaching event,'Assessment in Practise'
3 November 2017
The School of Education will host the Chartered College of Teaching event,'Assessment in Practise' on Saturday 4th November 2017.
Recognition for Prof. Bruce Macfarlane's work about academic co-authorship in the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS)
26 October 2017
Professor Bruce Macfarlane, Head of School at the School of Education, and publisher Taylor and Francis have produced a report and a short Youtube video about academic co-authorship in the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS).
Professor Rosamund Sutherland presents inspirational valedictory lecture
10 October 2017
On Thursday 5th October 2017, Professor Rosamund Sutherland presented her valedictory lecture, ‘Cerebrations and celebrations of a retiring academic: from division to integration’ in the Wills Memorial Building.
Welcome to our new Head of School, Professor Bruce Macfarlane
2 October 2017
A warm welcome to Professor Bruce Macfarlane who began his role today as the new Head of School at the School of Education.
Dr Bernardita Munoz-Chereau children’s novel 'El Diario de Noelia/Noelia’s Diary' gets honourable mention from IBBY-Chile
29 September 2017
The children’s novel El Diario de Noelia/Noelia’s Diary written by the School of Education’s Dr Bernardita Munoz-Chereau, has got an honourable mention, Colibri medal 2017, from IBBY-Chile, the Chilean section of IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People).
Follow us on the new Instagram account – soebristol
15 September 2017
We are pleased to announce the launch of the new School of Education Instagram account.
Head of School's welcome to new students
15 September 2017
On behalf of everyone here at the School of Education, I would like to welcome all new students starting this academic year.
Prof Michael Crossley announced BAICE President
12 September 2017
Prof. Michael Crossley has been announced President of the British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) 2017-18.
New exhibition reveals the fascinating world of urban learning
7 August 2017
Name Change - The School of Education
28 July 2017
GSoE student, Peggy Styles, graduates with a doctorate, aged 86
19 July 2017
Engaging Young Offenders with Education in a Secure Custodial Setting
12 July 2017
GSoE research focusing on value-added measures of school performance and supported by ESRC GCRF funding is spreading to Chile
6 July 2017
Book Launch for 'Long Way from Adi Ghehad. Journey of an Asylum Seeker: Dr Teame Mebrahtu'
26 June 2017
PGCE Music students involved in primary school orchestra workshop
20 June 2017
'Education in Practice' unit available
13 June 2017
Southern African Rurality in Higher Education (SARiHE) website now live!
6 June 2017
The Centre for Assessment and Evaluation Research in Education has published its 4th IELTS Research Report for British Council/Cambridge Assessment/Australia IDP
2 June 2017
‘Parlours of Wonder’ project on BBC Radio Bristol
31 May 2017
Graduate Dr Gary Glasspool provides insight to his EdD studies
30 May 2017
Political Debate on Education - watch the debate on our Youtube channel!
26 May 2017
GSOE now recruiting for PhDs in psychology and statistical modelling
26 May 2017
Five GSOE PhD offer holders win full funding
19 May 2017
TESOL student's paper accepted by organisers of the Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning Conference
17 May 2017
GSoE staff to present at Inaugural Learning and Teaching Conference
11 May 2017
GSoE staff nominated for Bristol Teaching Awards 2017
10 May 2017
Dr Jo Rose guest-edits special issue of the International Journal of Research and Method in Education
8 May 2017
Research into India’s unofficial cramming-college capital inspires a piece in The Economist
24 April 2017
Initial Teaching Education team rated 4th for secondary teacher training in England
12 April 2017
How Britain’s monolingualism will hold back its economy after Brexit
11 April 2017
ESRC Future Research Leaders Diversity Effect Project
6 April 2017
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Doctoral conference 2016
31 May 2016, 9.00 AM - 1 June 2016, 5.00 PM
Professor Alis Oancea (University of Oxford)
Dr. Debbie Watson (University of Bristol)
Professor Jane Seale (Open University)
Dr. Pete Etchells (Bath Spa University)
35 Berkeley Square, Bristol BS8 1JA