28 AprThe workshop was on “Storytelling with Wordless Picturebooks” and participants were able to look at and discuss a range of international wordless picturebooks.
28 AprThe students on the Texts for Diversity course of the MEd in Children’s Literature and Literacies, led by Julie McAdam, ran their final class as a public session.
27 AprBringing together an international group of scholars to address key questions about the role of education policy in both solving and exacerbating social inequalities.
27 AprStaff and PGR students in the field of children’s literature and literacy participated in a community engagement event “Glasgow: A Reading City” at the Aye Write! Festival in Glasgow on Friday 17th March in the Mitchell Library
22 JunA lecture to mark the launch of Naomi Eisenstadt's second report to the Scottish Government as Independent Advisor on Poverty and Inequality, focusing on the life chances of young people in Scotland.
13 JunSocial Justice, teacher dispositions, and the `unthoughtness’ of pedagogic activity: Implications for teachers’ work in multilingual learning contexts.
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