University of Reading students are being encouraged to explore their creative side by entering the annual Raymond Wilson Poetry Prize. The competition is held in memory of brilliant educationalist Raymond Wilson (1925-1995), former Emeritus Professor of Education at the University. The prize of £200 will be awarded for the best poem for children. Competition organiser, […]
It may seem so when a simple tweet could win you a Macbook Air. Health & safety is one of those topics that we love to hate, don’t we? Well not anymore… The University is inviting you to come up with a stunning creative idea to get the message across that staying safe and sound at University […]
The IoE has places for candidates wishing to train as music teachers on our Music (11-18) PGCE course September 2015 – June 2016. We are looking for skilled and motivated musicians who want to join the Reading Partnership of schools in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire and Buckinghamshire. You will receive a bursary to support you in […]
Join us at one of the sessions below. Please come, ask questions and encourage your colleagues to attend. You can send in questions ahead of time to email@example.com. Tuesday 19 May 2015 13.00-13.50 Madejski Lecture Theatre, Agriculture, Whiteknights Wednesday 20 May 2015 10.00-10.50 National Grid, Greenlands Wednesday 20 May 2015 13.00-13.50 G11, Henley Business School, […]
Come to one of our Open Days to explore our beautiful campus, meet students and lecturers from all our courses, see our accommodation and enjoy talks and taster lectures. This year’s dates are: Friday 19 June Saturday 20 June Saturday 3 October Saturday 17 October Ensure you’re the first to hear when booking commences: Register […]
We don’t wish to alarm you, but dragons have infested The Learning Hub at the Institute of Education. The Hub’s director Karen Goulding was invited to write for the prestigious National Share-a-Story Month, run by the Federation of Children’s Book Groups (FCBG). Karen is one of a select group of respected authorities who are exploring aspects of children’s story-sharing, […]
Gill Hopper, Head of the BA Ed Art department and Course Leader commented: “The students have worked incredibly hard within a very tight time-frame to create an exhibition of art for the first Year 3 Exhibition.” A small selection is shown here, but the range of talent and impressive artwork on show was very wide.
Dr Richard Harris, MA Programme Director and Secondary History leader at the IoE, has been named as one of three recipients of the 2015 University Collaborative Awards for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching and Learning. This highly competitive scheme recognises select groups of staff who have made significant, ongoing contributions to student learning and who have also […]