Research events

We conduct a diverse programme of research events each year, from hosting large international conferences to running monthly research seminars and reading group sessions.  Please see the listing below for our full range of research events.   Unless detailed otherwise, events are open for anyone to attend.

Research Seminar Series

Each term the Graduate School of Education School arranges a series of Research Seminars for staff, students, professionals, visitors from other educational institutions and partnership schools, where internationally renowned research colleagues present their current or recently completed research and scholarly work.

Find out more about our Research Seminar Series

 

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29 May 2018

STEM Centre meeting

The Centre for Science, Maths and Technology Education (STEM) brings together academics and research students concerned with aspects of education in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Full details
BC212Academic staff and doctoral studentsAdd this to your calendar
5 June 2018

CRPL Research Tea (Theme: ProTEACH)

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning are holding regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the 2017/18 academic year. All are welcome to attend. Full details
BC212Researchers, postgraduate students and other professionalsAdd this to your calendar
5 June 2018

Centre for Research in Writing - Centre meeting

Doctoral Session: Qualitative Data Coding Workshop 1. This is the first of a pair of workshops which will give practical experience of coding qualitative data.. Full details
Academic colleagues and doctoral studentsAdd this to your calendar
5 June 2018

Post-Structural Reading Group (PSRG)

Meetings are open to anyone with an interest in the application of post-structural theoretical approaches to educational research. Post-structural theories intersect with some of CenCSE’s interests owing to the open-ended and emergentist nature of this perspective.. Full details
North Cloisters Club Alley 102Academic staff and doctoral studentsAdd this to your calendar
5 June 2018

Seminar by Dr Laura Black (University of Manchester) Deepening Engagement in Mathematical Learning: A question of ‘identity’?

This seminar will focus on the concept of identity and its value for exploring both engagement in learning and alienation from formal schooling. I will draw on work from across our research projects which have looked at students’ relationships with mathematics in a variety of contexts, including post 16 A-level mathematics, mathematically demanding programmes at university and more recently in early primary school (aged 5-6 years old). I will argue that identity provides a useful way to understand how our experiences ‘in practice’ become crystallised (through reflection) into statements about who we are as a person – for example, ‘I did this well’ may become ‘maths makes sense to me’ and eventually ‘I am gifted at maths’. Our work in this area has considered how students’ mathematical identities are mediated by practices which are classed, gendered etc. Therefore, in this seminar, I will argue that researching ‘identity’ is not merely a matter of addressing the STEM agenda by increasing engagement (and participation) in mathematically related subjects, but rather it can provide a lens through which to study the function mathematics plays in re-producing broader social inequalities in education.. Full details
Baring Court 114Academic staff, students, teachers and other professionalsAdd this to your calendar
6 June 2018

Lesson Study Network

AGENDA - coding framework for LS papers. Full details
Baring Court 217Academic staff and PGR studentsAdd this to your calendar
7 June 2018

Education Theory Reading Network

Paper to be confirmed. Full details
Staff House (Upstairs)Academic staff and research studentsAdd this to your calendar
12 June 2018

Social Mobility Conference

Full details
Alumni Auditorium, Streatham Campus, University of ExeterAdd this to your calendar
18 June 2018

Seminar by Phil Durrant and Mark Brenchley (University of Exeter) Understanding development in children's writing through corpus research

Further details to follow. Full details
Academic staff, students, teachers and other professionalsAdd this to your calendar
19 June 2018

Centre for Research in Writing - Centre meeting

Doctoral Session: Qualitative Data Coding Workshop 2. This is the second of a pair of workshops which will give practical experience of coding qualitative data.. Full details
Academic colleagues and doctoral studentsAdd this to your calendar
21 June 2018

CRPL - Centre Meeting

Members of CRPL share an interest in comparing and contrasting learning within and across different professional contexts. Full details
BC212Core CRPL Centre membersAdd this to your calendar
25 June 2018

Centre for Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

The Centre brings together academics, research staff and doctoral students who are interested in the educational aspects of children, young people and adults with special educational needs and disabilities, and provides a forum for discussion and debate about current theoretical, policy, research and practice issues. Full details
Baring Court 202Academic staff and doctoral studentsAdd this to your calendar
26 June 2018

STEM Centre meeting

The Centre for Science, Maths and Technology Education (STEM) brings together academics and research students concerned with aspects of education in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Full details
BC212Academic staff and doctoral studentsAdd this to your calendar
26 June 2018

Seminar by Emeritus Professor Ian Menter (University of Oxford) Teacher education and government: a tale of two countries

The relationships between politics and teacher education have become increasingly close over recent decades in many contexts around the world, often causing significant challenges as well as some opportunities. Full details
Baring Court 114Academic staff, students, teachers and other professionalsAdd this to your calendar
27 June 2018

GSE Research Review Group

Full details
BC212Staff onlyAdd this to your calendar
3 July 2018

Post-Structural Reading Group (PSRG)

Meetings are open to anyone with an interest in the application of post-structural theoretical approaches to educational research. Post-structural theories intersect with some of CenCSE’s interests owing to the open-ended and emergentist nature of this perspective. Full details
North Cloisters Club Alley 102Academic staff and doctoral studentsAdd this to your calendar
3 July 2018

CRPL Research Tea

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning are holding regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the 2017/18 academic year. All are welcome to attend. Full details
BC212Researchers, postgraduate students and other professionalsAdd this to your calendar
5 July 2018

Education Theory Reading Network

Reading to be confirmed. Full details
Staff House (Upstairs)Academic staff and research studentsAdd this to your calendar
11 July 2018

STEM Centre Seminar - Group thinking and mathematical reasoning/proving

Full details
Academic colleagues, affiliates and research studentsAdd this to your calendar
18 July 2018

GSE Director of Research Advisory Group (DoRAG)

Full details
BC212Staff onlyAdd this to your calendar
31 July 2018

STEM Centre meeting

The Centre for Science, Maths and Technology Education (STEM) brings together academics and research students concerned with aspects of education in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Full details
BC212Academic staff and doctoral studentsAdd this to your calendar
4 September 2018

CRPL Research Tea (Dr Lauren Stentiford: HE pedagogy, disciplinary cultures and equalities cultures: Emerging research ideas)

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning hold regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the academic year. At each Research Tea a member of the team gives an informal presentation on a chosen topic and then the session opens up for discussion. All are welcome to attend. Full details
Academic staff, PGR students and other professionals Add this to your calendar
2 October 2018

CRPL Research Tea (Daniele Carrieri: Care under pressure)

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning hold regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the academic year. At each Research Tea a member of the team gives an informal presentation on a chosen topic and then the session opens up for discussion. All are welcome to attend. Full details
Academic staff, PGR students and other professionalsAdd this to your calendar