Science teachers engaging with research

Lessons learnt from three decades of educational research

  • Shirley Simon
In this lecture Professor Simon draws on thirty years’ experience as a teacher, teacher educator, and international researcher to argue that teachers’ professional learning can be advanced by engagement with research.
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Lessons learnt from three decades of educational research

  • Shirley Simon
In this lecture Professor Simon draws on thirty years’ experience as a teacher, teacher educator, and international researcher to argue that teachers’ professional learning can be advanced by engagement with research.

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Human development in context

The study of risk and resilience

  • Ingrid Schoon
Focusing on the experiences of children and young people growing up in conditions of socio-economic hardship, this lecture introduces a developmental-contextual approach for the study of resilience, challenging assumptions of necessary developmental constancy, as well as the idea that experiences in early childhood set up an invariant life path.
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The study of risk and resilience

  • Ingrid Schoon
Focusing on the experiences of children and young people growing up in conditions of socio-economic hardship, this lecture introduces a developmental-contextual approach for the study of resilience, challenging assumptions of necessary developmental constancy, as well as the idea that experiences in early childhood set up an invariant life path.

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In defence of the media arts

Screen education in the twenty-first century

  • Andrew Burn
This lecture proposes six reasons why schools and policymakers should take the media arts more seriously. It argues for collaboration between the arts, challenges the hierarchy of the arts that operates in society and in education, and identifies the specific role of digital media in the media arts.
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Screen education in the twenty-first century

  • Andrew Burn
This lecture proposes six reasons why schools and policymakers should take the media arts more seriously. It argues for collaboration between the arts, challenges the hierarchy of the arts that operates in society and in education, and identifies the specific role of digital media in the media arts.

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Education policy, cross-national tests of pupil achievement, and the pursuit of world-class schooling

A critical analysis

  • Paul Morris
Educational reforms are increasingly inspired by international comparison with other countries, emulating educational systems that have performed well on cross-national tests. A form of comparative education has emerged to identify and promote transferable policies. This lecture analyses and critiques how this approach operates.
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A critical analysis

  • Paul Morris
Educational reforms are increasingly inspired by international comparison with other countries, emulating educational systems that have performed well on cross-national tests. A form of comparative education has emerged to identify and promote transferable policies. This lecture analyses and critiques how this approach operates.

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