BEP Lectures

BEP Lectures
Event on 2015-12-19 16:30:00
Birmingham Education Partnership: BEP Lectures BEP in conjunction with the School of Education and the Public Service Academy at the University of Birmingham is delighted to invite you to:   “What do we know about?” A series of BEP Lectures for Headteachers and senior leaders      What do we know about inclusion? Tuesday 1st December, 16.30 to 18.00 Professor Julie Allan Professor of Equity and Inclusion, School of Education, University of Birmingham BEP Seminar Room, Digbeth, B5 5SL What do we know about closing achievement gaps? Tuesday 26th January, 16.30 to 18.00 Professor Geoff Whitty, School of Education, University of Birmingham and Emeritus Professor UCL Institute of Education Room G39, Education building, University of Birmingham, B15 2TT   What do we know about character? Tuesday 23rd February, 16.30 to 18.00 Professor James Arthur Professor of Education and Civic Engagement, Director Jubilee Centre for Character and Values, Provost Education BEP Seminar Room, Digbeth, B5 5SL   What do we know about educating teachers? Tuesday 22nd March, 16.30 to 18.00 Dr Christine Szwed Reader in Education, Director of Primary Education, School of Education, University of Birmingham Room G39, Education building, University of Birmingham, B15 2TT    What do we know about early years education? Tuesday 26th April, 16.30 to 18.00 Dr Celia Greenway Senior Lecturer in Education, School of Education, University of Birmingham BEP Seminar Room, Digbeth, B5 5SL   What do we know about communication in superdiverse cities? Tuesday 24th May, 16.30 to 18.00 Professor Adrian Blackledge Professor of Bilingualism Professor Angela Creese Professor Educational Linguistics, School of Education, University of Birmingham BEP Seminar Room, Digbeth, B5 5SL   What do we know about youth? Tuesday 21st June, 16.30 to 18.00 Professor Johanna Wyn Director Youth Research Centre, University of Melbourne Room G39, Education building, University of Birmingham, B15 2TT            

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