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Pedagogy - Computer Science - 09.08.2023
New project aims to improve children’s performance in STEM subjects
The Turner Kirk Trust is funding an innovative project at the University of Glasgow to make STEM fields more accessible to all.

Pedagogy - Campus - 03.08.2023
Manchester experts recognised by Advance HE for their teaching excellence

Pedagogy - Life Sciences - 03.08.2023
Teaching excellence recognized

Pedagogy - Campus - 02.08.2023
Southampton academics recognised for their impact on higher education
Southampton academics recognised for their impact on higher education

Health - Pedagogy - 01.08.2023
Oxford University team wins national teaching award

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 27.07.2023
A third of children with history of social care face school exclusion
A third of children with history of social care face school exclusion
Pupils in state secondary schools in England are much more likely to be excluded if they have a history of receiving social care or special educational needs services, finds a new study by UCL researchers.

Pedagogy - Career - 26.07.2023
Creative thinking programme achieves milestone of enrolling 400,000 learners
Creative thinking programme achieves milestone of enrolling 400,000 learners

Pedagogy - 20.07.2023
'Peer support is so important: If it makes someone feel less alone, I've done my job'
’Peer support is so important: If it makes someone feel less alone, I’ve done my job’

Pedagogy - Event - 19.07.2023
Manchester academic wins Royal Meteorological Society Education Award
Manchester academic wins Royal Meteorological Society Education Award

Pedagogy - 17.07.2023
High Court orders pause in 'Student Group Claim'
High Court orders pause in ’Student Group Claim’
The High Court has ordered an eight month pause of the Court proceedings brought by a group of current and former students in response to changes in teaching during the pandemic and industrial action to allow for alternative dispute resolution procedure (ADR) to be explored.

Pedagogy - 14.07.2023
Opinion: Yes, AI could profoundly disrupt education. But maybe that's not a bad thing
Opinion: Yes, AI could profoundly disrupt education. But maybe that’s not a bad thing

Career - Pedagogy - 13.07.2023
Job quality is worse for teachers who are expecting an Ofsted inspection, report finds

Pedagogy - 10.07.2023
Moodle is getting a makeover this summer
Moodle is getting a makeover this summer

Health - Pedagogy - 07.07.2023
Learning and long COVID: what are the risks and what you can do
Learning and long COVID: what are the risks and what you can do
Almost half the school pupils with long COVID felt they had fallen behind classmates, a UCL study shows.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 29.06.2023
Bespoke support for nursery practitioners in disadvantaged areas would boost language development
Early years practitioners working in socially disadvantaged areas should receive bespoke professional training to help boost children's English oral language development, finds a study led by UCL.

Campus - Pedagogy - 29.06.2023
Mind the gap! What transpired in the recent BAME awarding gap conference?
Mind the gap! What transpired in the recent BAME awarding gap conference?

Pedagogy - 28.06.2023
Strike action w/c 3 July: Information for staff
Strike action w/c 3 July: Information for staff

Pedagogy - Career - 23.06.2023
Louise Hayward leads major review of Scottish education

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 22.06.2023
Annual report showcases computing science education success

Pedagogy - 19.06.2023
People who have sought refuge will talk about the vital role education played in their journey at a special event in Southampton
People who have sought refuge will talk about the vital role education played in their journey at a special event in Southampton

Pedagogy - 15.06.2023
Opinion: Which educational policies are most effective for equalising opportunities?
Opinion: Which educational policies are most effective for equalising opportunities?

Pedagogy - 15.06.2023
Primary school pupils to receive support in reading and literacy from student mentors

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 14.06.2023
University-sponsored mural of Betty Campbell MBE officially unveiled

Pedagogy - 08.06.2023
Machine learning programme hits milestone of enrolling half a million students

Pedagogy - 08.06.2023
Fertility in England and Wales at lowest recorded level for women in all education groups: Oxford research
Fertility in England and Wales fell to its lowest recorded level between 2010-20 - for women across all educational groups - according to a new study  today in  Population Studies,  from  John Ermisch  Emeritus Professor from Oxford's  Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science.

Pedagogy - 07.06.2023
Limited resources leave school leaders with few options to manage poor behaviour
School leaders in England feel compelled to continue using a system of escalating punitive measures to manage student behaviour, even though they recognise it fails some pupils, new research suggests.

Pedagogy - 06.06.2023
University technicians gather for Central Scotland Technical Conference

Administration - Pedagogy - 06.06.2023
University of Birmingham appoints new Dean of Birmingham Business School
University of Birmingham appoints new Dean of Birmingham Business School

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 02.06.2023
UK's poorest children less likely to understand of personal finances
UK’s poorest children less likely to understand of personal finances
A "sizeable" gap in the financial knowledge of children, depending on which socio-economic group they come from, has been identified in a new study of more than 3,700 UK families, led by UCL researchers.

Pedagogy - 25.05.2023
Experts call for teacher training changes to create more inclusive curriculum

Pedagogy - 23.05.2023
Special Issue on reconceptualizing university contribution to knowledge exchange

Pedagogy - Innovation - 23.05.2023
Festival of Learning and Teaching celebrates education innovation
Festival of Learning and Teaching celebrates education innovation

Pedagogy - Career - 18.05.2023
UCL to support innovative resources platform for international school counsellors
The new innovative content sharing and best practice platform that will offer advice and guidance to international school counsellors, tasked with advising the brightest global students on university and career selection, will be supported by UCL.

Pedagogy - Career - 18.05.2023
UCL co-creates innovative resources platform for international school counsellors
An innovative content sharing and best practice platform that will offer advice and guidance to international school counsellors, tasked with advising the brightest global students on university and career selection, is to be co-created by UCL.

Pedagogy - 18.05.2023
Changes to how schools are assessed and improved professional learning critical to the success of education reforms in Wales, a study concludes

Pedagogy - 17.05.2023
Pre-primary education 'chronically' underfunded as richest nations drift further away from 10% aid goal
Pre-primary education ’chronically’ underfunded as richest nations drift further away from 10% aid goal

Pedagogy - Environment - 17.05.2023
Accelerated Christian Education textbooks used in UK schools deny human-caused climate change
One of the world's largest fundamentalist Christian education groups is teaching its students climate change denial as fact, and still presents the theory of evolution as an 'absurd and discredited' conspiracy theory, finds a report by UCL researchers.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 12.05.2023
Global Development Institute staff and alumni recognised for their commitment to social responsibility

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 04.05.2023
’Listen to us’: young people still too rarely consulted about relationships, sex and sexuality education
Academics at Cardiff University and UCL have sought to gain a greater understanding of young people's experiences of learning about relationships, sex, and sexuality.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 14.04.2023
Parental help with schoolwork does little for children’s academic progress
The amount of time parents spend with their children contributes much less to their progress in school than the family's social class, new research has shown.

Pedagogy - 12.04.2023
University of Glasgow leads on investigation on immersive learning and education

Pedagogy - 04.04.2023
’ONE’ program that provides early years numeracy skills for children to be trialled in 150 schools
A programme integrating early numeracy and executive functions found evidence of more progress for children who took part than children who did not.

Pharmacology - Pedagogy - 03.04.2023
Student drug harm reduction project awarded part of £5m government fund

Pedagogy - 31.03.2023
Inaugural Engineering the Future Conference ’a huge success’

Pedagogy - 31.03.2023
Opinion: Indian education system needs an enhanced regulatory architecture

Pedagogy - 31.03.2023
Prof Sam Hickey becomes Head of the Global Development Institute
Prof Sam Hickey becomes Head of the Global Development Institute

Pedagogy - 28.03.2023
The success of University of Warwick’s ’School Tasking’ Project inspires 26 other universities to take on the project ahead of Channel 4’s brand new ’Junior Taskmaster’ Show

Pedagogy - Campus - 23.03.2023
Spotlight on... Professor Parama Chaudhury
Spotlight on... Professor Parama Chaudhury

Pedagogy - Career - 22.03.2023
University of Leeds launches fully-online MSc

Pedagogy - 22.03.2023
New joint PhD arrangement with University of Sydney
New joint PhD arrangement with University of Sydney