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Recorded Seminars

Listed below are seminars that have been recorded. Some recordings have open access and are available for anyone to view, others are restricted to University of Nottingham staff and students and require a University username and password to view.  

Recordings from 2018/19 seminars
Subject areaSeminar titleSeminar  dateSeminar speakerAccess Recording

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A comparison of refugee education policy and practice in England and Sweden: Participatory parity in schooling and moves towards ordinariness

1 December 2018 Dr Joanna McIntyre, School of Education, University of Nottingham Open Access
Learning Sciences Research Institute

 

The RAIDING project: Designing a mobile game to promote arithmetic fluency

20 November 2018 Professor Tim Jay, Professor of Psychology of Education, Sheffield Hallam University Open access

  

Recordings from 2017/18 seminars
Subject areaSeminar titleSeminar dateSeminar speakerAccess Recording
Centre for International Education Research 

 

China's One Belt One Road Initiative: Developing International Talents on the Periphery

 

2 November 2017 Professor Bob Adamson
The Education University of Hong Kong
Open access

A Perfect Mess: The unintended (and successful) innovations in Swiss vocational education and training (VET) and Adult Education

 

7 February 2018

Professor Philipp Gonon, Professor of Vocational Training at the Institute of Education Science, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Open access

The capability for epistemic contribution as an inclusive learning outcome

22 June 2018

Dr Mikateko Höppener, University of the Free State South Africa

Open access
Centre for Research in Mathematics Education Dynamic Technology for Dynamic Mathematics: Desirable teacher knowledge and practice  10 May 2018

Dr Alison Clark-Wilson and Professor Celia Hoyles, University of Central London

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Recordings from 2016/17 seminars
Subject areaSeminar titleSeminar dateSeminar speakerAccess Recording
Centre for Research in Arts, Creativity and Literacies  Creative learning - should England be ashamed of itself? 11 February 2016 Paul Collard 
Chief Executive of Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE)
Open access
Designing innovative learning spaces 12 May 2016 Jill Blackmore 
Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
Open access
Education in Britain: how did it come to be like this? 28 June 2016  Professor Ken Jones 
Senior Policy Officer, National Union of Teachers
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"Teachers are despised in this country": teachers' work and teachers' status since the 1960's 5 June 2017 Professor Ken Jones Senior Policy Officer, National Union of Teachers Log into Echo 360
Centre for International Education Research UNEVOC PGR seminar
Further Education policy in England
17 March 2016 Alison Scott, EdD student Log into Echo 360
Narratives of women learners who return to education  30 June 2016 Rebecca Stuart, ESRC funded PhD student Log into Echo 360
Learning Sciences Research Institute  A student's journey through learning: how can cognitive psychologists help?  12 October 2016 Dr Yana Weinstein Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, USA  Log into Echo 360
Facilitating public engagement through making and playing games 11 May 2017  Dr Jo Iacovides
Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University
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How to help students learn from multiple representations using material-focused and learner-focused interventions 15 March 2017 Professor Katharina Scheiter, Universität Tübingen, Germany Open access 

 

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