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Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 28.03.2022
Free online course explores the difficult subject of intimate partner violence and abuse

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 24.03.2022
Parent Power Cardiff launched to boost university access for local communities

Pedagogy - 17.03.2022
Psychologists use Syrian experience to help Ukrainian families
Psychologists use Syrian experience to help Ukrainian families

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 15.03.2022
New framework to boost education of children with vision impairment
New framework to boost education of children with vision impairment

Innovation - Pedagogy - 15.03.2022
TeenTech returns to Wales

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.

Pedagogy - 09.03.2022
Opinion: How grammar is taught in England should change
Opinion: How grammar is taught in England should change

Pedagogy - 02.03.2022
To what extent does grammar teaching help children learn to write?
The teaching of grammar in primary schools in England (a key feature of England's national curriculum) does not appear to help children's narrative writing, although it may help them generate sentences, according to new UCL-led research.

Pedagogy - 22.02.2022
CARKing, HARKing and Salami Slicing - researchers illuminate Open Scholarship terminology
Confusing terms coined or adopted by the Open Scholarship movement have been clarified by scientists in a new glossary aimed at keeping the movement accessible to all.

Pedagogy - Environment - 18.02.2022
Free teaching resources to put sustainable fashion centre stage

Economics - Pedagogy - 16.02.2022
Opinion: Large for-profit nursery groups are becoming more common - with negative consequences
Opinion: Large for-profit nursery groups are becoming more common - with negative consequences
During the pandemic many day nurseries changed hands, increasing financial risk for day nursery groups and threatening childcare availability, say Associate Professor Antonia Simon (IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education & Society) and Professor Eva Lloyd (University of East London).

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 15.02.2022
’College knowledge hubs’ in rural India to open up higher education to disadvantaged communities
Researchers identify the need for rural universities and colleges in India to advise young people on higher education options Young people in rural and semi-urban areas often miss out on appropriate

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 15.02.2022
Opinion: Uganda closed schools for two years - the impact is deep and uneven
Opinion: Uganda closed schools for two years - the impact is deep and uneven

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 07.02.2022
Researchers and charities team up to support local families by creating free toddler activity packs
New research shows that the time parents spend engaging in a range of activities with their baby or toddler predicts that child's early thinking skills. Oxford academics collaborate with three charit

Campus - Pedagogy - 03.02.2022
University of Birmingham Dubai chosen to deliver new UK Government global teacher training pilot
University of Birmingham Dubai chosen to deliver new UK Government global teacher training pilot

Career - Pedagogy - 02.02.2022
News from the Independent Assessment Commission led by University of Glasgow’s Professor Louise Hayward

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 27.01.2022
New ESRC awards to support social science advice for local policy

Economics - Pedagogy - 27.01.2022
Nursery sector risks being damaged by large corporate takeovers
Nursery sector risks being damaged by large corporate takeovers
Smaller nurseries in England are being bought up by profit-focused companies, without necessarily creating more places or investing more in staff, according to a major new study led by UCL researchers.

Pedagogy - Health - 26.01.2022
Volatile and inadequate income adding to stress for couples on Universal Credit as living costs soar
Volatile and inadequate income adding to stress for couples on Universal Credit as living costs soar
A new report reveals the stark realities for couples in receipt of Universal Credit as the system is set to be extended and more claimants become eligible.

Physics - Pedagogy - 24.01.2022
North Ayrshire pupils back fusion power proposal

Pedagogy - 19.01.2022
Government’s approach to teaching reading is uninformed and failing children
The main approach used to teach young children how to read in England needs urgent reform and does not follow the most robust evidence, say UCL academics who have led work on the most comprehensive paper ever published about teaching phonics and reading.

Pedagogy - 19.01.2022
Opinion: Why are ministers obsessed with teaching children to read using phonics?
Opinion: Why are ministers obsessed with teaching children to read using phonics?

Pedagogy - 19.01.2022
Opinion: Phonics teaching in England needs to change - our new research points to a better approach
Opinion: Phonics teaching in England needs to change - our new research points to a better approach
Children are not learning to read as effectively as they should be as the current method is not underpinned by the latest robust evidence, say Professor Dominic Wyse and Professor Alice Bradbury (both IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education & Society).

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 12.01.2022
Learning through 'guided' play can be as effective as adult-led instruction
Learning through ’guided’ play can be as effective as adult-led instruction
Play-based learning may also have a more positive effect on younger children's acquisition of important early maths skills compared with traditional, direct instruction.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 11.01.2022
Wealth inequalities in Britain: it’s about homeownership, housing wealth and who your parents are
Parental wealth is playing an increasingly important role in explaining whether offspring own their home and their level of housing wealth says new analysis.

Campus - Pedagogy - 04.01.2022
New Vice-Provost (Education and Student Experience) joins UCL
New Vice-Provost (Education and Student Experience) joins UCL

Health - Pedagogy - 07.12.2021
Widening inequalities for children in the North of England cost billions, increase poverty and cost children’s lives

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 06.12.2021
Young peoples' rates of reporting online harassment and abuse are 'shockingly low'
Young peoples’ rates of reporting online harassment and abuse are ’shockingly low’
Young people aged 12 to 18 are unlikely to report receiving, or being asked to share, non-consensual sexual images to their school, parents or social media platforms such as Snapchat, TikTok and Instagram, finds a major new report led by UCL.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 06.12.2021
Young peoples' rates of reporting online sexual harassment and abuse are 'shockingly low'
Young peoples’ rates of reporting online sexual harassment and abuse are ’shockingly low’
Young people aged 12 to 18 are unlikely to report receiving, or being asked to share, non-consensual sexual images to their school, parents or social media platforms such as Snapchat, TikTok and Instagram, finds a major new report led by UCL.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 25.11.2021
Spotlight on... Dr Toyin Agbetu
Spotlight on... Dr Toyin Agbetu

Pedagogy - 22.11.2021
Sorry Mary Queen of What?
Sorry Mary Queen of What?

Campus - Pedagogy - 22.11.2021
Interview: Don't let digital investments dictate teaching policy, says President and Provost
Interview: Don’t let digital investments dictate teaching policy, says President and Provost

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 22.11.2021
Opinion: Stressed by parenting? Evolution can explain why
Opinion: Stressed by parenting? Evolution can explain why

Campus - Pedagogy - 19.11.2021
Graduates receive degrees in person again at University of Birmingham Dubai
Graduates receive degrees in person again at University of Birmingham Dubai

Environment - Pedagogy - 11.11.2021
Coventry schools to build future cities from recycled household items
· TeenTech is a national charity working with school children to help them consider a future in digital, science technology and engineering.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 09.11.2021
Very preterm born adults score their relationships with family and colleagues highly, but not with friends
· There's previously been a lack of research into how very preterm (VP) and very low birth weight (VLBW) born adults themselves perceive their social experiences with friends, family, spouses etc.

Career - Pedagogy - 03.11.2021
'drastic changes' in daily routines during UK lockdowns | University of Cambridge
’drastic changes’ in daily routines during UK lockdowns | University of Cambridge
Some spent an extra hour a day on chores and childcare during lockdowns, while others got an added daily hour of solo leisure time - and most of us reduced time spent on paid work by around half an hour a day.

Career - Pedagogy - 03.11.2021
'drastic changes' to daily routines during UK lockdowns | University of Cambridge
’drastic changes’ to daily routines during UK lockdowns | University of Cambridge
Some spent an extra hour a day on chores and childcare during lockdowns, while others got an added daily hour of solo leisure time - and most of us reduced time spent on paid work by around half an hour a day.

Economics - Pedagogy - 27.10.2021
University of Glasgow contributes £4.4 billion to the UK economy

Health - Pedagogy - 26.10.2021
Action needed on high mortality in children with adrenal insufficiency
Children with adrenal insufficiency have a higher risk of dying than those with other lifelong conditions , according to research by The University of Manchester and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust scientists. The study of parents and children coping with conditions that cause adrenal insufficiency - such as Addison's disease and congenital adrenal hyperplasia showed that administration of potentially lifesaving injections given at the time of acute illness is poor.

Pedagogy - 26.10.2021
’Levelling up will only be achieved with transformational changes to improve child poverty’

Campus - Pedagogy - 25.10.2021
New Vice-Provost (Education and Student Experience) announced at UCL

Health - Pedagogy - 19.10.2021
New website on infection and antibiotic resistance is launched for schools

Pedagogy - Campus - 14.10.2021
Spotlight on... Elena Besussi

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 05.10.2021
Duchess of Cambridge visits UCL to discuss leading landmark early years study
Duchess of Cambridge visits UCL to discuss leading landmark early years study
Early years researchers leading a new landmark birth study, Children of the 2020s*, today welcomed Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge to UCL.

Pedagogy - Campus - 05.10.2021
New Scottish education centres to support young people officially opens in Glasgow and Edinburgh
New Scottish education centres to support young people officially opens in Glasgow and Edinburgh

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 05.10.2021
Duchess of Cambridge visits UCL to discuss landmark early years study
Duchess of Cambridge visits UCL to discuss landmark early years study
Early years researchers leading a new landmark birth study, Children of the 2020s*, today welcomed Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge to UCL.

Economics - Pedagogy - 29.09.2021
£5m donation for centre for the study of wealth concentration, inequality and the economy

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 23.09.2021
A wide social gap in political engagement emerges during adolescence
The chances of a teenager getting involved in politics is linked to how much education their parents had, according to UCL and University of Roehampton researchers. Additionally, while parental education has no effect on the political interest of children at age 11 it has a strong positive effect by the time they are 16.

Campus - Pedagogy - 15.09.2021
Bright Ideas Student ideas competition now open for entries