Here at the Department of Educational Research, we are committed to fostering and sustaining our research impact and engagement with a variety of public stakeholders. In particular, we strive to create a research environment that is supportive of co-productive and sustainable relationships with stakeholders such as national and international governments; local partners/authorities; funding agencies; metrics/digital platform providers as well as teaching and learning providers from the Early Years, to tertiary levels. We are also in the fortunate position to be able to enable to implement our own research developments into our learning and teaching practice through our highly esteemed postgraduate programmes.
Time for the big education debate – what are we educating for?
A top-level, high-profile seminar series ‘What are we educating for? An Education Policy and Politics Seminar Series’, organised by education experts at Lancaster University, has led to the publication of a special issue blog this week on the British Educational Research Association website.
Lancaster researchers talk to European Universities about Innovative Teaching
Educational Researchers Paul Ashwin and Elizabeth Noonan gave keynote addresses at the Innovative Teaching Conference (Inno-methods) held in September 2023 at the University of Trieste, Italy. The conference was part of the Transform4Europe Alliance, a group of 10 European universities working together to find ways of educating students that better equip them to contribute to addressing societal challenges.