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Pedagogy - Psychology - 16.10.2020
Opinion: Developmental language disorder - what you need to know
In honour of DLD Awareness Day, Professor Courtenay Norbury (UCL Psychology & Language Sciences) and her colleague explain the challenges facing children with developmental language disorder and calls for teachers and schools to use more techniques to help pupils.

Pedagogy - Religions - 07.10.2020
Durham theologian supports launch of Pope Francis’ new teachings
One of our leading theologians has spoken alongside Pope Francis at the global launch of his new Papal Encyclical - one of the Pope's highest forms of communication.

Pedagogy - 02.10.2020

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 16.09.2020
Children from low income backgrounds show elevated mental health difficulties throughout lockdown
Emotional difficulties were consistently elevated among children and young people from low income households over a month of lockdown compared to those from higher income households.

Health - Pedagogy - 04.09.2020
Analysis: Coronavirus - what researchers know about the risk of reopening schools
Professor Sir Michael Marmot (UCL Epidemiology & Health) co-writes a piece on how best to protect pupils in schools from Covid-19.

Pedagogy - 02.09.2020

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 02.09.2020
Lockdown at home less stressful than school for children with SEND
Lockdown at home less stressful than school for children with SEND, new study finds The majority of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) felt less stress and anxiety away f

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 06.08.2020

Pedagogy - 30.07.2020

Pedagogy - Career - 30.07.2020
Hours worked dropped by 40% in lockdown
The number of hours worked in Britain dropped significantly in lockdown, with mothers most likely to sacrifice work for home schooling and developmental play, according to new research from the UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies (CLS). Two briefing papers, published today by CLS, use new data from a survey of over 18,000 people who take part in UCL's cohort studies to analyse work, finances and parenting among four generations who were born in 1958, 1970, 1989-90, and 2000-02.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 24.07.2020
Opening schools should be prioritised
The report, Balancing the risks of pupils returning to schools, highlights the potential impact on the 13 year groups of students who have been affected by the lockdown.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 23.07.2020
Analysis: Teachers have been let down by a decade of inaction on digital technologies
Professor Norbert Pachler (UCL Institute of Education) and his colleague Keith Turvey from Brighton University explain their research which finds that teachers are not only undervalued by UK Government policies but also need support using digital technology in the classroom.

Pedagogy - 16.07.2020

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 16.07.2020
Support frontline workers to engage parents struggling with safer sleeping advice
The Government needs to develop new tools to help prevent the sudden unexpected death of infants (SUDI), says a new review by the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel which included University of Bristol researchers. The independent panel of experts reviews serious child safeguarding incidents, when children have died or suffered serious harm, to learn how to improve the safeguarding system.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 10.07.2020
Gender- and wealth-driven disparities affecting children’s school performance in India
Findings from a research conducted by researchers from the University of Birmingham and University of East Anglia find that poorer children continue to experience educational disadvantages compared to children from wealthier households, with girls being more adversely affected than boys.

Administration - Pedagogy - 07.07.2020

Pedagogy - 30.06.2020
Playtime with dad may improve children's self-control
Playtime with dad may improve children’s self-control
Children whose fathers make time to play with them from a very young age may find it easier to control their behaviour and emotions as they grow up, research suggests.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 29.06.2020
Imperial academics inform policymakers on preventing online harms
Imperial academics inform policymakers on preventing online harms
Preventing online harms, an issue at the forefront of health and digital policymaking, was the focus of The Forum's first ever online panel event.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 24.06.2020
Social media and online harms: Imperial researchers inform policymakers
Social media and online harms: Imperial researchers inform policymakers
Preventing online harms, an issue at the forefront of health and digital policymaking, was the focus of The Forum's first ever online panel event.

Pedagogy - 18.06.2020

Pedagogy - 15.06.2020
Children doing 2.5 hours’ schoolwork a day on average
Children locked down at home in the UK spend an average of 2.5 hours each day doing schoolwork, new research by UCL Institute of Education (IOE) suggests. This figure is about half that suggested by a previous survey, implying that learning losses are much greater than previously thought. In addition, the variability in the amount of schoolwork being done at home is adding to existing regional and socioeconomic inequalities.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 10.06.2020

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 08.06.2020
Finds half of UK parents uncomfortable with children returning to school | University of Oxford
Half of UK parents do not feel comfortable about their children attending school following lockdown, according to early results from a new study asking parents and carers about their children's mental health through the COVID-19 crisis.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 05.06.2020
Most deprived children face biggest risk of unemployment
Children growing up in jobless households will be less likely to gain employment in an economic recession, according to a new cross-European study led by UCL and the University of Bath.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 03.06.2020
Finds half of UK parents uncomfortable with children returning to school
Half of UK parents do not feel comfortable about their children attending school following lockdown, according to early results from a new study asking parents and carers about their children's mental health through the COVID-19 crisis.

Pedagogy - Career - 29.05.2020
Childcare in lockdown: women do more, but baby steps are being made towards equality
Although the burden is falling disproportionately on women, many families are experiencing a more equal share of the childcare thanks to home working.

Pedagogy - 28.05.2020

Pedagogy - 27.05.2020
How have children adapted to life during Covid-19?
A leading university in the heart of a thriving capital city Over 95 % of our undergraduates enter employment or further study shortly after graduating (HESA 2016/17) Top 5 UK University for research
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