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PLACE has a wide range of expertise in a diverse yet overlapping set of disciplines within or aligned to education. This includes research and teaching related to modern (and second) language learning; literacy with particular reference to the primary school and early years education; literary studies including children’s literature; arts education with a focus on music, art, drama and creativity; geography, history, English, classics and religious studies in primary and secondary education.
In their teaching and research, members of the group are concerned, to varying degrees, with epistemological, socio-cultural and philosophical aspects of these subjects as well as their bearing on pedagogical issues. Our membership has a strong commitment to the development of secondary and primary learning and teaching.
4 upcoming talks and 289 talks in the archive.
Dominic Cullinan, SCABAL; Dr Rosie Parnell, Northumbria University; Dr Pam Woolner, University of Newcastle.
Wednesday 11 May 2016, 14:00-18:00
Arild Stenberg, University of Cambridge.
Wednesday 11 May 2016, 17:00-18:00
K. M. Peyton, Meg Rosoff, Jane Badger, Susanna Forrest.
Saturday 21 May 2016, 09:00-18:30
Dr Anne Harris, Monash University.
Thursday 07 July 2016, 16:30-18:00
Please see above for contact details for this list.
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Other talksUnveiling the small rocky planets with HARPS-N Khomeini's perplexed Pakistani men: importing and debating the Iranian Revolution Quantum mechanically derived biological force fields Microtribology of biological and bio-inspired surfaces Unlocking the potential of synthetic biology to enhance human health 'Can journalism keep up with the Kardashians? How editors and newsrooms can help ensure responsible journalism for the public good.'