Cancellation due to weather conditions: Education Studies Annual Lecture: Inside the beast; the politics and law of education, by Sir David Bell, 1 March 2018, 6pm

We regret that unfortunately, the decision has been made to postpone this lecture, due to the weather conditions and the forecast which indicates that it will be getting worse later on today. We hope to reschedule at some point in the near future and will keep those who have registered informed by email and will […]

Join our free twilight information sessions covering our BA in Children’s Development and Learning, our Foundation Degree and our new BA Education Studies, which focuses on a wide range of careers with an educational influence.

Join us for these free, informal early evening events at our London Road campus, just 15 minutes from Reading railway station. Our undergraduate education events cover our highly regarded Early Years programmes and our new, flexible education BA with a societal and world context. Monday 9 April 2018 16.00 – 18.00 BA Education Studies – […]

Free Postgraduate Initial Teacher Training events

Please do come to one of our regular twilight information meetings, covering all routes into teaching for both Primary and Secondary Postgraduate programmes, are held at the Institute of Education, RG1 5EX. Book or make an enquiry by email: schooldirect@reading.ac.uk; pgceprimary@reading.ac.uk; or pgcesecondary@reading.ac.uk.    DATE  TIME BUILDING & ROOM Monday 5 March 2018 16:00 – 18:00 Primary […]

The University of Reading will host its fourth Early Years conference on Wednesday 7 March 2018

Following on from the Institute of Education (IoE)’s successful Early Years conferences of the last three years, we now turn our attention to ensuring change is sustainable and long lasting. This year’s Early Years Conference has as its theme, Sustaining change: enabling environments, skilled practitioners and partnership with parents. Quick link to booking form  Conference organiser Dr […]

Institute of Education hosts Creative Multilingual Identities conference · Education, Language and Learning

By Dr Carol Fuller Our identities are shaped in highly individual ways – and if you have more than one language, probably even more so! Academics, teachers, students, artists, poets and other interested parties came together on 2/3 February 2018 at Reading University’s Institute of Education  (IoE) to exchange ideas on creative multilingual identities. The […]

“Every child has a right to achieve their full potential.” IoE researcher to be key speaker at Westminster symposium examining childhood equality

“There are unfair barriers hindering some young people,” says Dr Carol Fuller of the University of Reading’s Institute of Education (IoE). The educational sociologist suggests that in the formal atmosphere of our current schooling system, with its focus on academic performance above all else, some children can feel they are a failure and just don’t […]

Discover your future at Train to Teach evening 21 February

Are you considering a career in teaching? Perhaps you are a teaching assistant, a career changer, or even a qualified teacher looking to return to teaching. Or you may be one of the many excellent teachers trained overseas, looking to enter the UK market – or indeed you may be graduating in Summer 2018. Whoever […]

Mathematics and stories? A transformative approach to teaching and learning mathematics

  The idea of using story-picture books in mathematics lessons may sound eccentric to some, and yet this is precisely what Dr. Natthapoj Vincent Trakulphadetkrai, Lecturer in Primary Mathematics Education at the University of Reading’s Institute of Education (IoE), has been advocating over the past few years. You can read more about Vincent’s research and […]

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