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Identity and Learning in Schools. What do we know?
Date: 23 May 2014 Time: 10.00-15:30 pm
Venue: Lancaster University
Identity and Learning in Schools. What do we know?>
A Knowledge Exchange Event to be held between
Educational Researchers and Secondary School Professionals
Lancaster University Friday 23rd May 2014
10.00am - 3.30pm
This event will showcase fascinating research on the theme of Identity and Learning in Schools between teachers and Educational Researchers from the Centre of Social Justice and Wellbeing in Education in the Department of Educational Research at Lancaster University.
The aim is to develop a genuine exchange between practitioners and researchers. We want to tell you about some of our recent research and understand how you may be able to apply our findings. In turn we want to listen to the needs you may have for future research directions.
Motivation in context: Why doing well at A-level may not guarantee successful University engagementProfessor Colin Rogers
Rethinking failure in pursuit of better learning and greater social justiceDr Jan McArthur
Chameleons vs snails. Helping secondary school students to develop flexible selvesDr Jo Warin
Coach or Mentor: Enabling eureka moments or providing solutionsDr Ann-Marie Houghton
To register your interest in this event, please contact the Event Co-ordinator Jo Dickinson firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can attend: Anyone
Organising departments and research centres: Centre for Social Justice and Wellbeing in Education, Educational Research
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