The Department of Learning and Leadership (DLL) hosts a research seminar series where invited speakers present work relevant to the department’s areas of expertise.
The DLL seminar series showcases ongoing research and brings the wider community together to discuss pressing research and policy-oriented issues of national and international concern.
The seminars are open to the general public and free to attend. Please visit the event page to register.
25 January 2023, 1 to 2pm
- Characterising effective teaching - Simon Burgess
08 February 2023, 1 to 2pm
15 March 2023, 4 to 5pm
22 March 2023, 4 to 6pm
04 May 2023, 4 to 5pm
28 September 2021, 1 to 2pm
- Wellbeing and retention for vulnerable and shielded teachers and leaders - Domini Bingham.
30 June 2022, 1 to 2pm
- Researching an-'other': reflections on ethical tensions and pitfalls - Christine Callender (IOE), Uvanney Maylor (University of Bedfordshire) and Janet Ramdeo.
9 June 2022, 4 to 5pm
- A far more complex labyrinth: Classical vs modern pedagogies - Michele Cohen.
7 June 2022, 4 to 5.30pm
- ‘Stuck’ schools: Launch of the final report - Jo Hutchinson and Bernie Munoz (IOE).
24 May 2022, 4 to 5pm
- Relational trust in Chilean secondary schools during COVID times - José Weinstein.
12 May 2022, 1 to 2pm
- Finland’s education system and its continued resistance to Global Education Reform Movement (GERM) - Guy Roberts-Holmes and Jennifer Chung (IOE).
27 April 2022, 5 to 6pm
- Research to practice in literacy teaching and learning - Sinead Harmey.
25 April 2022, 4 to 5pm
- IOE120: The importance of early years education - Gemma Moss.
23 November 2021, 1 to 2pm
Tuesday 20 October 2020, 4 to 5pm
- Listening to students to improve schools especially in COVID-19 times - Mari-Ana Jones and Sara Bubb
Tuesday 27 October 2020, 1 to 2pm
- The competition continuum - Di Gomery
Tuesday 10 November 2020, 1 to 2pm
- Mixed reality simulations in teacher education - Julie Cohen
Thursday 26 November 2020, 3 to 4:30pm
- How do we better equip new teachers to teach those who learn differently? - Margaret Mulholland
Tuesday 15 December 2020, 4 to 5pm
- Inspection across the UK - Bernie Munoz
Tuesday 27 January 2021, 4 to 5pm
- Historical pedagogies for literacy: the eighteenth century - Michele Cohen
Wednesday 3 February 2021, 1 to 2pm
- What does it mean to ‘make’ a curriculum? - Mark Priestley
Wednesday 10 February 2021, 1 to 2pm
- Rescheduled to 28 September 2021: Wellbeing and retention for vulnerable and shielded teachers and leaders - Domini Bingham
Wednesday 24 February 2021, 4 to 5pm
- Close-to-practice research: a collaboration with London's Science Museum - Dom Wyse and Yana Manyukhina
Wednesday 10 March 2021, 1 to 2pm
- Trust, accountability and capacity in education system reform - Melanie Ehren
Wednesday 17 March 2021, 3 to 4:30pm
Monday 22 March 2021, 4 to 5:30pm
- School inspection across the UK report launch - Bernie Munoz and Melanie Ehren
Wednesday 24 March 2021, 4 to 5pm
- Reimagining education post-COVID - Gemma Moss, Alice Bradbury, Sam Duncan, Sinead Harmey and Rachael Levy
Thursday 29 April 2021, 1 to 2pm
- Bottom set citizen - Paula Ambrossi
Tuesday 4 May 2021, 1 to 2pm
- Why should we bother with neoliberalism when we have to teach children? - Dr Guy Roberts-Holmes and Professor Peter Moss
Thursday 13 May 2021, 4 to 5pm
- ‘Recovering’ from the pandemic: exploring the role for Reading Recovery - Sue Bodman, Glen Franklin, Sinead Harmey and Helen Morris
Thursday 20 May 2021, 4pm to 5pm
Thursday 27 May 2021, 4 to 5pm
- Supporting early language and communication: reviewing the evidence - Sinéad Harmey and Lynn Ang
Wednesday 9 June 2021, 3 to 4:30pm
- Why understanding teachers’ subjective wellbeing matters - Professor Qing Gu
Friday 18 June, 11am to 12pm
- Assessing the quality of preschool education to support children who are stunted - full speaker list on event page
Monday 19 July 2021, 5 to 6:15pm
- High standards, not high stakes: an alternative to SATs - full speaker list on event page
Thursday 16 January 2020, 12:30 to 1:30pm
- 'No-one would sleep if we didn't have books': Understanding shared reading practices in homes - Rachel Levy
Thursday 6 February 2020, 1 to 2pm
- Whole school approaches to building resilience and promoting mental health: harnessing complexity - Josi Maitland
Thursday 13 February 2020, 4 to 5pm
- The interventionisation of education - Mike Coldwell
Thursday 20 February 2020, 12:30 to 1:30pm
- Repurposing Early Childhood Education? A critical analysis of reception baseline assessment - Guy Roberts-Holmes, Diana Sousa and Emma Jones
Thursday 27 February 2020, 4 to 5pm
- System leadership and multi-academy trusts - Michalis Constanides
Thursday 26 March 2020, 12:30 to 1:30pm
- Supporting academic engagement among white ‘working-class’ boys: a field experiment to investigate the impact of role model interventions - Eliza Kozman
Thursday 30 April 2020, 4 to 5pm
- Lessons from the UnLocke counterintuitive reasoning primary maths and science intervention - Denis Mareschal
Thursday 7 May 2020, 12:30 to 1:30pm
- Workload complexity and teacher retention - Vaughan Cannolly
Thursday 14 May 2020, 4 to 6pm
- School peer review for educational improvement and accountability: theory, practice and policy implications - David Godfrey, Peter Earley, Toby Greany, Kerrie Ikin, Karen Spence Thomas, Anne Cameron and Maggie Farrar
Thursday 21 May 2020, 4 to 6pm
- Education isolation: the challenges of place for schools in England - Tanya Ovenden-Hope
Thursday 4 June 2020, 12:30 to 1:30pm
- ‘Ability’ grouping and teacher judgements: preliminary findings from the Millennium Cohort Study - Tammy Campbell
Thursday 11 June 2020, 12:30 to 1:30pm
- Contemporary learning-centred leadership through a Bourdieusian lens - Nadal Al Haj Sleiman.