19 MayIn many countries schools remain closed and the dinner table now serves as the school desk. This crisis has given us all new respect for the work that teachers do, but it has also given us an extraordinary moment to break the strictures of classroom learning.
19 MayIf you are a parent or an educator, these days have gravitated around the same questions: how can we keep our children engaged in creative activities and encourage them to learn new things from home? Teaching or learning new language skills can be challenging, as we may not have the mobility to experience new languages through social interactions. Yet, with creativity, we can find new solutions!
07 MayWe are happy to launch the Spot-a-Bee App & Activity Pack. You are invited to submit photos of plants that bees buzz around in gardens or local spaces via the Spot-a-Bee App, which can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play.
04 MayDr Mia Perry collaborated with Dr Diane Collier, Brock University, Canada on a SSHRC funded Insight Development Grant to explore the nature of young people’s engagement with digital spaces in our era of digitization of education, communications, and entertainment.
20 OctThe School of Education in collaboration with UNESCO RILA and CR&DALL is organising the next conference of the European Society for Research on the Education of Adults (ESREA) Migration, Transnationalism and Racisms Network.
17 MarEducation Leadership and Policy Seminar Series Events Cancelled
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