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PERC Seminar: Financial incentives and maths teacher recruitment: evidence from an observational impact evaluation
Dr Sam Sims, UCL, talks about the impact of incentive strategies on maths teacher recruitment.
Implicit Statistical Learning across Modalities and its Relationship with Reading in Childhood
Dr Eplida Pavlidou will discuss her research with very young readers on implicit statistical learning.
Raising Sri Lankan teachers’ awareness and understanding of specific learning difficulties
Dr Bimali Indrarathne talks about her research on specific learning difficulties, conducted in Sri Lanka.
Non-EU International Students in UK Higher Education Institutions: Prosperity, Stagnation and Institutional Hierarchies
Dr Pep Mateos Gonzalez talks about how institutional hierarchies play a pivotal in explaining the uneven distribution of non-EU internationals students across HEIs.
Symposium: Educational talk and dialogic pedagogies: research to impact
Bringing together researchers and practitioners interested in classroom interaction, oracy in educational settings and pedagogies that promote the development of oral skills in the classroom and beyond.
PERC Seminar: Family processes and children’s psychological adjustment
Dr Bonamy Oliver will talk about conduct problems, and consider parent-child and sibling-child relationships, and their importance for children's behavioural adjustment.
Lexical and conceptual expectations in mono and bilingual reading
Cylcia will talk about her study examining how monolingual and bilingual young adults integrate different sources of information when reading for comprehension.
What would Garrick do? Twenty-first-century theatre tuition with eighteenth-century material
Centre for Research into Education and Social Justice seminar
What does semantic field of emotion tell us about expressing emotions in the English language?
Dr Nadia Mifka-Profozic talks about a study investigating the use of emotion related language
Learning science: what on earth does it have to do with social justice?
Ralph Levinson discusses science in relation to human emancipation, social justice and open systems.
Department of Education
University of York,
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