The Low and Middle Income (LMIC) Research Network at the University of Glasgow/College and Social Sciences is pleased to be working with CR&DALL and we warmly invite you to participate in our workshop Doing Knowledge Exchange during the COVID 19 pandemic – What lessons have we learnt?
In this final webinar of the School of Education at the University of Glasgow’s webinar series, Celebrating Social Justice Research in Education, we focus on Ethics, Religion and Values. The research presented will relate to the history of ideas, metatheory, principled scholarship, and theory building applied to contemporary issues of social justice and underpins the School’s approach to innovative and cross-disciplinary pedagogies.
Join us for the fourth of five exciting events that focus on key issues in educational research. The focus of this webinar is research at intersections between culture, literacies, inclusion, and pedagogy, notably in regions of conflict, and through a focus on the arts, children's literature, and literacies.
Join us for the third of five exciting events that focus on key issues in educational research. The focus of this webinar is on the impact of learning opportunities on the life courses of young and older adults, including those most vulnerable in labour markets and at risk of social exclusion. Further details can be found in the attachment.
Presentations within this webinar will highlight research with policymakers and practitioners, aimed at enabling all children to achieve their full potential, irrespective of background.
The Network for Social and Educational Equity (NSEE) builds research and development collaborations with schools and their partners to close the poverty-related achievement gap, and will give an overview of a range of its projects. (Presenters: Professor Chris Chapman and Dr Jo Neary)
This project will investigate how far, and in what ways, gender may have an influence in the progress of students through higher education, graduation and progression into skilled employment in the STEM sector in India and Rwanda. This is important because science has a critical role in supporting global sustainable development that will not be realised unless it makes better use of the potential skills of women and girls.