IoE hosts important International Mathematics conference

On a beautiful autumnal Saturday in November, the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics (BSRLM) hosted its international conference among the lovely surrounds of the Institute of Education’s beautiful campus and cloisters. The 7th November conference proved a great success, with over 100 delegates travelling from universities in the UK, including Oxford, Cambridge and […]

Are you an educational leader, future leader or administrator; in UK or overseas?

Our new MA Education (Leadership & Management) in conjunction with Henley Business School is an excellent career opportunity for you. It is a flexible 36 months programme aimed at educational leaders, future leaders and administrators. It follows the summer school model, ideal for working professionals. It will lead to an MA in Education (Leadership and Management), […]

Students found clustered in tangled heaps

If you went down to our campus last week, you’d have been sure of a big surprise. For there in the cloisters were many of our students, clustered in tangled heaps. The IoE’s Dr Helen Bilton approaches Welcome Week with her unique blend of enthusiasm and creativity. This year saw the students playing physical games […]

TONIGHT: are the benefits of small class sizes are a myth? Find out at the latest IoE Public Lecture, by Professor Peter Blatchford

One of the longest running and most acrimonious debates in education is over whether or not the number of pupils in a class affects learning. Renowned Professor of Psychology and Education, Peter Blatchford will discuss this divisive subject during the IoE’s next event in its Public Lecture calendar on 1st December 2015. Professor Blatchford, of the Institute […]

Raymond Wilson poetry competition: entries now closed; winner announced on 2nd November.

All University of Reading students were invited 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 competition, which has now closed to further entries this year, carries a prize of £200 […]

Free and extensive CPD for teachers: Modern Foreign Languages in the Primary and Secondary School: Teaching the new National Curriculum

For the second year, we are delighted to be able to offer free and extensive CPD for primary and secondary school language teachers through funding from the government, co-delivered by experienced local teachers and University tutors. Thank you for those who joined us for the full day Session 1 of this important CPD feature on […]

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