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Pedagogy - 26.01.2023
UCU industrial action to take place in February and March
UCU industrial action to take place in February and March
The national University and College Union (UCU) has announced plans for nationwide industrial action between February and March 2023, including strike and action short of strike (descriptions below), which may affect your studies.

Pedagogy - Campus - 09.12.2022
New science programme accelerates students’ learning by two months
A primary school teaching and assessment approach for science put students involved with the programme two months ahead of their peers, according to a new analysis by UCL researchers.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 08.12.2022

Pedagogy - 07.12.2022
The state of Languages learning in the UK
The study of languages including French, German and Spanish has seen -significant decreases- leading to a concern that language learning may disappear altogether in some -cold spots- of the UK. A new report has highlighted the fall in numbers over the past decade of those studying undergraduate degrees solely focussed on languages.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 02.12.2022

Pedagogy - Mathematics - 30.11.2022
Opinion: Dyscalculia - how to support your child if they have mathematical learning difficulties
Opinion: Dyscalculia - how to support your child if they have mathematical learning difficulties
It's estimated that six percent of children are affected with dyscalculia, the persistent difficulty in understanding numbers, and researchers from UCL's Institute of Education share strategies in The Conversation to support them and help them succeed in maths.

Economics / Business - Pedagogy - 24.10.2022

Pedagogy - 13.10.2022
Four-fifths of school students say pandemic harmed their education
Four-fifths of students say their academic progress has suffered due to the pandemic, with state school pupils more than twice as likely to feel that they have fallen behind their classmates than independent school pupils, according to a new study led by UCL researchers. Published today, the findings are the first to be published from the COVID Social Mobility & Opportunities (COSMO) study - a major national youth cohort study analysing data on around 13,000 young people from more than 500 schools across England.

Pedagogy - 07.10.2022
Students in Rwanda confound pandemic predictions and head back to school
Students in Rwanda confound pandemic predictions and head back to school
New data from Rwanda, and some of the first published on how COVID-19 has impacted school attendance in the Global South, suggest that a widely-predicted spike in drop-out rates has -not materialised-. We are still developing a comprehensive picture of the situation across Sub-Saharan Africa, but the impact on drop-outs appears far less extreme than initially feared Pauline Rose Ever since the pandemic forced schools around the world to close, analysts, academics and teachers have been warning that many students in poorer countries might not return.

Pedagogy - 10.09.2022

Law - Pedagogy - 05.09.2022

Pedagogy - 24.06.2022
Project sets path for supporting schools
A new project aimed at supporting schools through the process of curriculum transformation, focusing on progression and assessment has been launched.

Pedagogy - 22.06.2022
Spotlight on... Jessica Deighton
Spotlight on... Jessica Deighton
This week, the spotlight shines on Jessica, Director of the Evidence Based Practice Unit and Professor in Child Mental Health and Wellbeing, and her current work with the Department of Education.

Health - Pedagogy - 08.06.2022
Scottish primary school children help co-create new virus app
A new app, designed to help children understand more about respiratory viruses, has been co-created by staff from the University of Glasgow, The Glasgow School of Art and local primary school pupils in Glasgow.

Pedagogy - 31.05.2022
Thousands of babies to join new national study of child development
Families across England are set to make history from next week as they join the first new national birth cohort study of babies to be launched in more than two decades, at a time of huge significance for the country as it emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pedagogy - Mathematics - 27.05.2022
Top-rated educational maths apps may not be best for children's learning
Top-rated educational maths apps may not be best for children’s learning
The top 25 maths apps for children under five-years-old do not reflect best practices on how children learn and develop their early mathematical skills, according to a new report from IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 24.05.2022
Girls' chance of success at school in Sub-Saharan Africa shaped by language they are taught in
Girls’ chance of success at school in Sub-Saharan Africa shaped by language they are taught in
A new report argues that efforts to increase girls- education in Africa should assess the detrimental effect teaching in English has on learning.

Campus - Pedagogy - 21.04.2022

Environment - Pedagogy - 07.04.2022

Health - Pedagogy - 31.03.2022

Innovation - Pedagogy - 15.03.2022

Pedagogy - 10.03.2022
'Good' GCSE grades are vital for educational outcomes but barely impact wellbeing
’Good’ GCSE grades are vital for educational outcomes but barely impact wellbeing
Students who achieve a D or grade 3 in GCSE maths are less likely to take A-levels or get a degree than those who got a C or grade 4, but there is little evidence it will make a difference to their overall life satisfaction at age 20, according to new research from UCL.
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