Research seminar series
Our Research Seminar Series is a forum for invited guests to present research to the broader community of academics in the School of Education and across Oxford Brookes University. Talks normally take place on Tuesday afternoons from 5–6:30pm (unless otherwise stated) in the Glasgow Room. All are welcome to attend.
If you would like to speak as part of the seminar series or would like to suggest a speaker, please contact Patrick Alexander (email@example.com).
- Past Events
09 March 2017
Dr Dorothy McMillan and Dr Glenda Walsh External Examiner (ECS) and Head of Early Years Education at Stranmillis University College, Belfast
09 February 2017
A seminar hosted by Senior Lecturer James Percival
02 November 2016
With speaker Pauline Tyson, Oxford Brookes University
19 October 2016
With Daniel Hahn, a British writer, editor and translator
13 October 2016
With presenter Professor Barry Carpenter CBE, MBE, PhD, Honorary Professor, Universities of Worcester, Hamburg, Limerick and Adelaide.
14 July 2016
Observing and Understanding Decision-making in Two Year-olds (multi-modal readings of dialogue and agency) with speaker Penny Lawrence
05 July 2016
How is the practice of a group of adult branch student nurses who are learning to administer Intramuscular injections (IMI), affected by their clinical placement experiences with speaker Kathleen Greenway, Oxford Brookes University
23 June 2016
Idiots, Buffoons and Absentees: Representations of Fatherhood in modern children's picture books with speakers Mat Tobin and Nick Swarbrick, Oxford Brookes University This is one of a series of new research seminars within the School of Education. These seminars aim to provide a valuable and constructive platform for sharing ideas about teaching and research.
08 June 2016
Mapping Metacognition, Lesson Planning and Reflection for Teaching and Learning with speaker Nicoleta Gaciu, Oxford Brookes University
07 June 2016
Class Dismissed: Education, Class and Hypocrisy with speaker Annie Haight, Oxford Brookes University This is one of a series of new research seminars within the School of Education. These seminars aim to provide a valuable and constructive platform for sharing ideas about teaching and research.
Language, Culture and Identity lunchtime talks
The Language, Learning, Culture and Identity talks form part of the the MA TESOL programme. These take place on Wednesdays, 5–6.30pm. Students are welcome.
For more information, please contact Ana Souza.
- Past Events
Wednesday Lunchtime Research Seminar Series
The Wednesday Lunchtime Research Seminar Series is an informal platform for discussing ongoing research and research ideas, from the very earliest stages of the research process through to finished publications. On the last Wednesday of every month we also host a reading group looking at ‘classic’ texts in Education. We welcome all SoE staff to participate and encourage a constructive, friendly approach to meetings.
Please email Patrick Alexander (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information or if you would like to present at a session.
- Past Events