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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
ú5m donation for centre for theástudy 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

Pedagogy - Career - 14.09.2021
Current exam system in England ’not fit for the future’, says expert report
The Independent Assessment Commission (IAC) has today (14th September) published its Interim Report considering the future of exams in England.

Pedagogy - 12.08.2021
Opinion: Record grade inflation isn’t the only thing that’s different about this year’s exams

Health - Pedagogy - 05.08.2021
Heads reveal how 'overwhelming' Government guidance held schools back as COVID hit
Heads reveal how ’overwhelming’ Government guidance held schools back as COVID hit
Headteachers and school leaders have described how an 'avalanche' of confused and shifting Government guidance severely impeded schools during the critical first months of COVID lockdown in a new study.

Pedagogy - Campus - 05.08.2021
National Teaching Fellows awarded to two Warwick Academics

Pedagogy - 21.07.2021
World's poorest children missing out on pre-primary education
World’s poorest children missing out on pre-primary education

Campus - Pedagogy - 13.07.2021
First undergraduates receive degrees at University of Birmingham Dubai
First undergraduates receive degrees at University of Birmingham Dubai

Pedagogy - 02.07.2021
Opinion: Young children should not learn about the Shoah
There has been a four-fold increase in the Holocaust being taught in history at the lower end of Key Stage Three, but we must ensure students are old enough to fully understand it, says Professor Stuart Foster and Professor Ruth-Anne Lenga (both UCL Institute of Education).

Music - Pedagogy - 01.07.2021
Spotlight on... Professor Li Wei

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 22.06.2021
'My dream is that no-one with Down's syndrome should have to travel to find specialist eye care'
’My dream is that no-one with Down’s syndrome should have to travel to find specialist eye care’

Career - Pedagogy - 18.06.2021
One in three with vision impairment lack support to gain quality education and employment
One in three with vision impairment lack support to gain quality education and employment
A Longitudinal Transition Study just published by the Vision Impairment Centre for Teaching and Research (VICTAR) at the University of Birmingham and Thomas Pocklington Trust (TPT) shows one in three

Pedagogy - Health - 17.06.2021
Spotlight on... Joanna Stroud

Pedagogy - Psychology - 11.06.2021
UCL professor on G7 roundtable with Duchess of Cambridge and First Lady

Pedagogy - 10.06.2021
Private schools receive more investment per pupil

Pedagogy - 08.06.2021
’National Conversation’ urgently required over exam system, experts warn

Pedagogy - 04.06.2021
European universities reimagine education in the digital, post-pandemic age

Law - Pedagogy - 03.06.2021
University of Birmingham launches innovative online qualification in 'green law'
University of Birmingham launches innovative online qualification in ’green law’

Event - Pedagogy - 01.06.2021
Doctoral winners announced as innovation in education debated at major Yidan Prize Foundation conference
Doctoral winners announced as innovation in education debated at major Yidan Prize Foundation conference

Pedagogy - 27.05.2021
Mysterious bird is subject of Leeds' first children's book
Mysterious bird is subject of Leeds’ first children’s book
A nocturnal creature with a supernatural reputation is the inspiration for a new children's nature book published by the University.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 25.05.2021
Call for extra funding for early years care
Call for extra funding for early years care

Environment - Pedagogy - 25.05.2021
Kenyan children get science and tech training to help battle air pollution
Kenyan children get science and tech training to help battle air pollution

Computer Science - Pedagogy - 20.05.2021
Citizen scientists urged to help log bees and map their habitats on World Bee Day

Pedagogy - 19.05.2021
University of Birmingham launches a 100% Online PGCert Design for Learning Environments
University of Birmingham launches a 100% Online PGCert Design for Learning Environments

Health - Pedagogy - 18.05.2021
Medical students boost the health and aspirations of Sandwell schoolchildren

Pedagogy - Astronomy / Space - 13.05.2021
Inspiring the next generation of space scientists
Inspiring the next generation of space scientists

Pedagogy - Innovation - 29.04.2021
New senior leadership appointments
New senior leadership appointments

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 23.04.2021
Pandemic’s effect on Year 11 students to be tracked in major national study
A new study co-led by UCL is being launched today to follow the outcomes - educational, career and wellbeing - for 12,000 Year 11 students across England to find out how the pandemic has affected them.

Pedagogy - Environment - 23.04.2021
Teaching pupils to ’think like Da Vinci’ will help them to take on climate change
Curriculum reforms which mix the arts and sciences will better prepare young people for the real-world challenges that will define their adult lives, researchers argue.

Pedagogy - Law - 16.04.2021
University of Birmingham Fellow named Law Teacher of the Year 2020
University of Birmingham Fellow named Law Teacher of the Year 2020

Pedagogy - Campus - 06.04.2021
Poor children are being 'failed by the system' on road to higher education in lower-income countries
Poor children are being ’failed by the system’ on road to higher education in lower-income countries
A generation of talented but disadvantaged children are being denied access to higher education because academic success in lower and middle-income countries is continually 'protected by wealth', a study has found.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 01.04.2021
How has the pandemic affected how children play?

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 01.04.2021
Teaching and classroom assistants key to keeping schools open in lockdown
Just over half of teaching assistants in schools stepped-up to manage classes on their own during the winter lockdown ensuring vulnerable and key worker children could attend lessons, according to a new study by UCL researchers.

Pedagogy - Health - 29.03.2021
Autism rates have increased and show differences in ethnic minorities and links to social disadvantage
Autism rates have increased and show differences in ethnic minorities and links to social disadvantage
Around one in 57 (1.76%) children in the UK is on the autistic spectrum, significantly higher than previously reported, according to a study of more than 7 million children carried out by resea

Pedagogy - 18.03.2021
Teachers point towards school accountability as main driver of stress
The close monitoring of schools and student achievement data in the English education system is unlikely to be a one-way street to "school improvement" due to the stress it causes teachers, finds a new study by UCL researchers.

Pedagogy - 11.03.2021
Honouring Mary Thoits – an inspirational alumna

Pedagogy - 01.03.2021
Delivering online lessons to schoolchildren across Wales

Campus - Pedagogy - 04.02.2021
Major education award for Glasgow College UESTC

Pedagogy - Health - 03.02.2021
Brain-related visual problems may affect one in 30 primary school children
A brain-related visual impairment, which until recently was thought to be rare, may affect one in every 30 children according to new research investigating the prevalence of Cerebral Visual Impairment [CVI]. The University of Bristol-led findings published today [3 February] in Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, aim to raise awareness of CVI among parents and teachers to help them identify signs of the condition earlier.

Pedagogy - Career - 29.01.2021
Disabled teachers face significant workplace discrimination despite drive for more inclusive schools
Disabled teachers face significant workplace discrimination despite drive for more inclusive schools

Campus - Pedagogy - 28.01.2021
Universities Minister visits University of Birmingham to take part in roundtable discussion with students with vision impairment
Universities Minister visits University of Birmingham to take part in roundtable discussion with students with vision impairment

Psychology - Pedagogy - 26.01.2021
Children rely on what they hear when detecting emotions

Pedagogy - Psychology - 19.01.2021
Parental mental health worsens under new national COVID-19 restrictions
Parental stress, depression, and anxiety have again increased since new national restrictions have been introduced according to the latest report from the Oxford University-led COVID-19 Supporting Pa

Pedagogy - 14.01.2021
Children with SEND need the option to stay in school during lockdown

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 12.01.2021
One in five financially-struggling families say a lack of food makes home-learning difficult
Less advantaged children struggle with noise, lack of space, resources and food Secondary-age boys are half as likely to be very engaged in home learning as girls Stark differences emerge between pro

Religions - Pedagogy - 14.12.2020
What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain?