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Symposium on Cognitive Approaches to Children’s Literature – book now

Cognitive Approaches to Childrenâs Literature
Wednesday 20 June
Topics including script and schema theory in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and the development of reciprocity through digital personalised books will feature at a symposium hosted by the Children’s Literature Research Centre in Cambridge next month.

The Centre, part of Cambridge University’s Faculty of Education, will be hosting the 4th Cambridge Symposium on Cognitive Approaches to Children’s Literature on Thursday 5 July, 2018.

Cognitive approaches to literature is a relatively new but fast-developing field which draws on areas including psychology, neurology, and literary criticism. Over the past decade it has become an exciting and growing presence in children’s literary studies, explored in many articles, conference talks, and monographs. Because of the field’s interdisciplinary nature, this event will include not only children’s literature scholars but speakers whose research across a variety of areas informs the field.

Professor Lisa Zunshine (University of Kentucky) will present the keynote, and the three panels – Embodiment and Cognition, The Lens of Character, and Readerly Responses – include papers on themes including script and schema theory in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, developing reciprocity through digital personalized books, and the use of children’s fiction in EmpathyLab’s programme for primary schools. Professor Maria Nikolajeva (University of Cambridge) will deliver the closing remarks.

We're very excited to welcome Lisa Zunshine, one of the most prominent scholars in cognitive approaches, as our keynote,” said Anna Purkiss, a first-year PhD student in the Children’s Literature Research Centre and one of the organisers of the symposium. “I'm also looking forward to hearing speakers from a variety of backgrounds present on a range of fascinating topics within this quickly developing field.

Registration is £15 (students £10), including lunch and refreshments: book your place by 21 June 2018. For further inquiries, please contact Catherine Olver,

Registration opens at 8:30am, and closing remarks are due to end at 5pm.


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SUPER partnership with Chartered College of Teaching

CCT and SUPER Network logos in partnership
Monday 18 June
The Schools-University Partnership for Educational Research (SUPER), Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge is delighted to announce that it is partnering with The Chartered College of Teaching to provide a Research Network for the members of both organisations. This will be launched at SUPER’s annual conference on 21st June, focused on theme of Developing Pupils’ Resilience and Wellbeing: sharing research and practice.

The key aims of The Chartered College of Teaching - in common with SUPER - include giving teachers better access to research, opportunities to reflect and share ideas, and high quality continuing professional development. The SUPER Network looks forward to running events in liaison with The Chartered College of Teaching to provide opportunities for schools and teachers in the East Anglian region for networking, discussion and reflection along these lines.

Find out more about the SUPER Conference 2018


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Launch of African Education Research Database - raising visibility and impact of African education research

Samuel Asare presenting
Thursday 14 June

The African Education Research Database is a curated collection of over 2,000 studies from 49 countries in the region. It spans the life-course from early childhood to tertiary education, encompassing the full range of educational themes, from literacy to school feeding.

The database, developed by Pauline Rose, Rafael Mitchell and Samuel Asare, is the result of a fruitful collaboration with the charity Education Sub Saharan Africa (ESSA).

The database launched in Paris on June 15th 2018 at an event hosted by the French Development Agency. The next phase of this project, funded by Jacobs Foundation, will involve synthesising findings from across the research evidence base, and identifying gaps, priorities and partners for future research.

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BA Education | Exciting new papers added across the tracks

Publicity shots of the BA Education flyer
Friday 8 June
The Faculty BA Education course ranked number one in the Guardian Education University Guide 2018 has now been made even better with several exciting new papers added across the tracks.

Second and third year students will now be offered new papers including Play and Imagination, Childrens Literature, Social Theory and Education, Childhood and Youth.

Find out more about our Undergraduate courses.

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Festival of Education 2018 | Event Livestream

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Monday 4 June
The Faculty of Education will be hosting the Festival of Education 2018 this Saturday 9 June and will be livestreaming the days festivities on the Faculty YouTube channel. 

The Cambridgeshire Festival of Education is a day with like minded educators on a mission to spread hope, to inspire, invigorate and for boosting teacher's own empowerment.

Starting from 09:30 BST. Join us for the livestream of keynote speakers as we delve into the topic of education and it's future!

For more information:

@CambsEdFest #Flamingle18 @CamEdFac

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EdD student wins 2018 BELMAS Reflective Practice Award

EdD student with pupils
Wednesday 30 May
Stephanie Hill, 2018 EdD cohort and former MEd student, has been selected as the winner of the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration (BELMAS) Reflective Practice Award 2018. She will receive her award at the BELMAS Annual Conference on Saturday 7th July.

Steph will be accompanied by the student researchers who feature in her work and they will discuss the development of the student learning community within Passmores Academy.

Further information about Inform18 Student Learning Community

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How stuff gets made - outreach days in primary schools

Primary pupils look on as an engineer demonstrates how stuff is made
Wednesday 30 May
Children in local primary schools around Cambridge have been learning more about ‘How Stuff Gets Made’thanks to a programme being delivered by engineering students and researchers and the Faculty of Education.

University Senior Lecturer Paul Warwick from the Faculty of Education has been working with the Institute for Manufacturing on this project, where activity days were hosted with Year 5 pupils at Arbury, Cottenham, Queen Emma and Fulbourn Primary Schools, all Primary PGCE Partner Schools.

The project will be submitted for the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagement.

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Fantastical Maps and Poems - Curious art exhibition at the Faculty

A Fantastical map
Friday 25 May
The Faculty Display Committee are delighted to share news of an exhibition of creative work at the Faculty of Education, Donald McIntyre Building. This series of fantastical maps and poems are co-created by children from Eynesbury Church of England Primary School, Offord Primary School, The Round House Primary Academy and Spinney Primary School with arts and well-being charity Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination.

Place-making research is an important aspect of the Faculty’s work and we are proud to have children from this county's own ideas represented here in the heart of our building.

Please see the Faculty Arts and Creativities Research Group for further information and to watch a brief video about the exhibition. 

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Real Centre hosted Pre-Global Disability Summit Workshop

group photo of all worskshop participants
Wednesday 9 May

The ‘Pre-Global Disability Summit Workshop on Inclusive Education’(26th-27th April 2018) brought together 35 individuals from key bi- and multi-lateral agencies including World Bank, UNICEF, UNESCO-IIEPP, International Non-Government organisations including Sightsavers, Light for the World, Humanity and Inclusion and Disabled People’s Organisations including United Disabled Persons of Kenya to work together to help inform discussions that will take place at the first the Global Disability Summit to be held in July 2018.

The Summit will be co-hosted by the Department for International Development (DFID, UK) and the International Disability Alliance (IDA). It will bring together global leaders, civil society and the private sector to tackle barriers that prevent people living with disabilities from reaching their full potential. The workshop was funded by the Impact Initiative for International Development and an ESRC Impact Acceleration Award, awarded to Dr Nidhi Singal, Reader in Education at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.

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Evidence of young people's mental health in schools

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Monday 30 April
Education, Reform and Innovation (ERI) in collaboration with Cambridge Forum for Emotional Wellbeing are hosting a talk from Professor Gordon Harold on Young People's Mental Health in Schools: Understanding and Responding to the Evidence.

Professor Gordon Harold holds the Andrew and Virginia Rudd Chair and is Professor of Child and Adolescent Mental Health in the School of Psychology at the University of Sussex.

Professor Harold's primary research interests focus on examining the impact of early rearing adversities (e.g. inter-parental conflict, negative parenting, parent mental health) on child and adolescent mental health (e.g. depression, anxiety, conduct problems), the interplay between genetic factors, pre-natal, post-natal rearing experiences and children's mental health, and translating research-led recommendations to practice and policy contexts.

Faculty of Education
Donald McIntyre Building (DMB)

Room GS5 | Wednesday 16th May 2018 | 16.00-18.00

All welcome
Please register attendance on Eventbrite

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ERI and NIS celebrate 10 year partnership

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Wednesday 28 March
Education, Reform and Innovation (ERI) are celebrating the 10 year partnership with Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS), Kazakhstan.

To help celebrate the occassion ERI welcome you to join them for a lecture and discussion by Kulyash Shamshidinova, Chairwoman of NIS with esteemed guests of honour from NIS.

Thursday 26 April 2018
Faculty of Education
Donald McIntyre Building (DMB)

Room GS5 16.00 - 18.00 Followed by a drinks reception.

Registration | Free - Please register on Eventbrite

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Strengthening the Connections between Leadership and Learning

Strengthening the Connections between Leadership and Learning book cover
Monday 26 March
Leadership for Learning: the Cambridge network celebrates the publication of Strengthening the Connections between Leadership and Learning by John MacBeath, Neil Dempster, David Frost, Greer Johnson, and Sue Swaffield.

Making a case for a radical reappraisal of leadership, learning and their interrelationship in educational policy, this book extends the original research first published in Connecting Leadership and Learning (2009).

To help celebrate the occasion, LfL welcome you to the book launch and drinks reception:

Wednesday 25th April, 5.15 - 6.30pm
Faculty of Education
Donald McIntyre Building (DMB)

Room GS5

Free - please confirm attendance to

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Talking evolution with PGCE trainees

Four pupils from Buckden Primary school with a cardboard cut out of Charles Darwin
Tuesday 20 March

Recently the Faculty welcomed some visiting lecturers (and their class teacher!) to discuss learning about evolution with our primary teacher trainees.

Four Year 6 students from Buckden Primary School took part, explaining what they have learned about evolution as part of their science curriculum. They were supporting a lecture given by Rosie Burns, a former Faculty of Education PGCE trainee who is now their class teacher. All involved learned a great deal about teaching and learning in this important subject.

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New UPCA Accredited Counselling Programme Launched

Childs hand with a paintbrush
Wednesday 7 March
The Counselling team are thrilled to announce the launch of our new Counselling programme at the Faculty accredited by UPCA (Universities Psychotherapy and Counselling Association) leading to registration with the UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy).

The new Postgraduate Diploma builds on 30 years of experience delivering courses in this area, and provides specialised teaching supporting those who wish to work therapeutically with children and young people.

Read more details about  the Full Diploma course.

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Exploring the construct of empathy

Empathy Emotion and Education book cover
Wednesday 7 March

Newly published book Empathy, Emotion and Education by author and Faculty Teaching Associate Helen Demetriou explores the construct of empathy and its connection with education.

Charting literature on the origins and evolution of the concept of empathy, Helen examines the multifaceted nature of empathy and the external and internal influences behind this concept.

Find out more and purchase as ebook or hardback from publishers Palgrave Macmillan

eBook ISBN: 978-1-137-54844-3
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-137-54843-6

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Livestream of REAL Centre Conference

Tuesday 6 March
The REAL Centre conference will be live streamed on the REAL Centre Events page. You can also connect on social media during the day on #REALConf.

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University to host Education, Psychology and Learning Subject Masterclass

Three Students in observation lab
Wednesday 7 February
On Saturday 24 February the University will be holding a Subject Masterclass for Year 12 students who are interested in studying on the Education, Psychology and Learning track of the Education Tripos.

The Masterclass will consist of two academic sessions, exploring Education and Psychology and giving students the opportunity to explore topics of interest beyond what's covered within the school curriculum.

The students will also have an admissions session, giving them an introduction to the University of Cambridge.

Find out more and book your place

For further information about the event, contact Eve Berwin at

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PhD is turned into educational guidelines for a nation

Martin Lytje holding book
Thursday 25 January
On Monday the 8th of January all Danish public and private schools received new national guidelines about how to support students who encounter life-threatening illness and bereavement. This was the launch of Bereavement Response Plan 2, which is based directly on the PhD research 'Unheard Voices' that was completed in 2015 by Martin Lytje at the Faculty of Education.

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Fiona Maine awarded €4.4million Horizon 2020 grant

Horizon 2020 logo
Friday 19 January

Fiona Maine has been successful in her application to the Horizon 2020 EU Research and Innovation programme and awarded €4.4million to conduct research exploring the cultural literacy learning of young people in Europe through their responses to visual texts.

DIALLS (Dialogue and Argumentation for cultural Literacy Learning in Schools) is a three year project starting June 2018, working with Early Years, Primary and Secondary schools across Europe.

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Celebrating the work of Professor Christopher Colclough. One day conference:9th March 2018

REAL Centre conference 2018
Thursday 18 January

A one-day conference celebrating the work of Professor Christopher Colcloughwill take place at the University of Cambridge on 9 March. You can find futher information about the event and sign up on Eventbrite.

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REAL Centre Seminar Series. Lent Term 2018

REAL Centre Lent seminars
Thursday 18 January
We have a full schedule of seminars the term. A full schedule of the  REAL Centre seminars for the Lent term 2018 is now available. 

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Guardian University Guide 2018 - BA Education ranked number one

Three strands of the Faculty Education course
Friday 12 January
We are delighted that the Guardian University Guide 2018 has ranked our BA Education course as the UK's top undergraduate Education course.

Cambridge digs in at the top of the university league table

The undergraduate Education course allows students to followone of the following three tracks, combining in-depth study of a particular field of interest with an examination of wider educational and social issues.

If you would like to learn more about the undergraduate education course, or have any questions, contact Eve Berwin at

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Faculty Librarian Angela Cutts - 25 Years of Service

Faculty of Education News
Monday 8 January
Congratulations to Faculty of Education Librarian, Angela Cutts, who recently celebrated 25 years of service to the University of Cambridge. Angela joined the University in 1992 before the Faculty was formed and when the Library was located on Shaftesbury Road. Over the years she has successfully led various Library teams to develop the fantastic service that supports the teaching and research needs of the Faculty.

To celebrate her 25 years of service, Angela was invited to a prestigious reception with other long serving members of the University and was presented with a certificate by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Stephen Toope.

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'Become A Brilliant Trainer' Book launch

Become A Brilliant Trainer - book cover
Monday 18 December
Dr Simon Brownhill, Senior Teaching Associate and Bolashak Deputy Coordinator @ERICambridge and co-author Alan Denton recently published a new book ‘Becoming a Brilliant Teacher: A Teachers Guide to Running Sessions and Engaging Learners’ ideal for early years, primary and secondary school as well as leaders and heads of department.

There is a copy of the book on display in the Faculty Library.  Digital, paperback and hardback copies are available to purchase from Routledge and Amazon.

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CORERJ Volume 5 Call for submissions - Now Open!

Corerj Journal Cover
Friday 15 December
Greetings from CORERJ!
Cambridge Open-Review Educational Research e-Journal CORERJ is now open for submissions of papers for Volume 5, celebrating five successful years in publishing. The DEADLINE for this year's volume is JANUARY 15, 2018!

Please read more about the Call for submissions and submit your paper.

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PGCE Open Day: 26 January 2018

Teacher taking a workshop in a greenhouse
Monday 11 December

Following the huge success of November's open day, the Faculty is delighted to be hosting a second PGCE open afternoon on Friday 26 January 2018.

Prospective applicants will have the opportunity to look round the Faculty, attend a course presentation and meet members of our teaching and admissions teams.

Find out more about the event and how to register.

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Cambridge cracks measurement of ‘learning gain’

Faculty of Education News
Friday 8 December
Jan Vermunt, Sonia Ilie and Anna Vignoles, from Cambridge’s Faculty of Education, presented their evidence at the annual conference of the Society for Research into Higher Education on 6 December.

Read more in the Times Higher Education Article Researchers at the University of Cambridge believe they are a step closer to cracking the measurement of students’ “learning gain”.

Article by Chris Havergal Twitter: @CHavergalTHE

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Modern Languages postgraduate wins national teaching prizes

Faculty of Education News
Tuesday 5 December

Congratulations to Dawn Piper, ex PGCE and MEd student, whose outstanding teaching has been recognised in two national awards.

First, Dawn won The Association for Language Learning Secondary Teacher of the Year award for 2017. In addition, this year the German Embassy presented her with The Peter Boaks prize for excellence in German teaching.

Dawn is currently Head of Languages at a school in Derby, and credits the "inspirational teaching" at Cambridge as key to her continuing career success.

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World Innovation Summit For Education - Nidhi Singal and Hannah Ware present report

Inclusive Quality Education for Children with Disabilities report
Tuesday 28 November
Members of the REAL Centre, Nidhi Singal and Hannah Ware, presented their report, "Inclusive Quality Education for Children with Disabilities" at the World Innovation Summit For Education in Doha. 

Findings of the report were covered Hindustan Times (a national newspaper in India) and Schools Week (a leading British education newspaper). The Report was also featured on the University of Cambridge's website.

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Diane Reay speaks in todays Guardian about inequality in education

Faculty of Education News
Wednesday 22 November
Emeritus Professor of Education, Diane Reay features in todays Guardian article ‘Working-class children get less of everything in education - including respect’.

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REAL Centre informs cross-party report calling for “significant spending” on early-years education

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Wednesday 22 November
Evidence provided by the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre informs the findings of a cross-party report calling for “significant spending” on early-years education

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Faculty and Peking University partnership in Early Years Education

Faculty of Education News
Monday 13 November

Delegates from China's Peking University have made a visit this November to the Education Reform and Innovation Team at the begining of a long-term cooperation for Early Years Education.

The University of Cambridge Faculty of Education wishes to promote further academic and research links with the China Center for Strategic Studies at Peking University, a partnership which was initiated in April 2017.

The focus on this visit is to develop kindergarten head teachers and early year professionals' understanding of education in the UK as well as surrounding policy.

This visit consisted of lectures in the Faculty as well as visits to local schools looking at the importance of indoor/outdoor environments as well as 'physical' areas of learning and integrated practices. This will be followed up with a research and scoping visit of the ERI team to Beijing and Jinan in January 2018, before moving onto a long-term agreement with regular visits and interaction.

The ERI team is grateful for the help of PhD Students from the Faculty of Education that have assisted with translation and interpretation.

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Choreographies of Class

childs hands holding a globe
Friday 10 November

The Culture, Politics and Global Justice (CPGJ) Research Cluster invites Staff and Students at the Faculty of Education to attend the Panel on "Choreographies of Class: Elite Formation in a Transnational World”

Presenters Prof. Jane Kenway, from the University of Melbourne, Australia; and Prof. Debbie Epstein, University of Roehampton.

Response: Professor Marilyn Strathern, Anthropology, Cambridge.

The Panel will take place at DMB Room GS5, from 3.00- 5.00. A wine reception will follow. All welcome. No need to RSVP.

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Graduate Open Days: Paths to the Faculty of Education

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Friday 3 November
The Faculty is hosting a Postgraduate Open Day on Friday 3rd November2017.

There are various paths to graduate studies at the Faculty of Education. Read more on the FERSA blog why some of our students decided to come to Cambridge for graduate studies in education. 

Read more about FERSA, the Faculty of Education Research Students Association. 


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REAL Centre Seminar Series - Professor David Hulme

Talk by Professor David Hulme
Wednesday 1 November
The REAL Centre welcomes you to join us for a seminar with Professor David Hulme, University of Manchester.

Date: Tuesday 7 November

Location: Room 2S7, Faculty of Education, Donald McIntyre Building, 184 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8PQ

Title: Converging Divergence ? Unpacking the new geography of 21st century global development.

All welcome - please join us 12:00-13:00

See for more information

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School choice in England–who chooses where and why?

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Wednesday 1 November
Professor Simon Burgess, Ellen Greaves and REAL Centre member Professor Anna Vignoles have written an insightful blog into school choices. 

On the deadline for secondary state-school choices, they summarise their new findings about the choices that parents make. They look at how the number of choices parents make in different areas of the country varies, who is successful in getting their first choice school and which parents tend to just choose their closest school. They also discuss the incentives and constraints parents face when making these difficult choices. These new findings are discussed in full in their working paper.

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PGCE-MEd student Kate Stockings features on TV

Kate Stockings
Tuesday 31 October

The 'Get Into Teaching' campaign have recently released a TV advert featuring teachers speaking about their reasons for choosing teaching as a career. We are excited to report that one of the teachers featured is former Cambridge PGCE Geography trainee and current MEd student Kate Stockings.

Kate is now in her third year of teaching, and is already in her second year as Head of Geography.In addition to featuring in the TV advert, Kate has written a fantastic blog post for the the Get Into Teaching campaign giving advice to those who are considering a career as a teacher. This comes at a fantastic time, as the application process for teacher training programmes, including our PGCE courses, has just opened. In her blog, Kate talks about the wonderfully varied nature of life as a teacher and the fact that she thrives on learning new
things every day. She also highlights the great opportunities for career progression that the teaching profession offers.

If you want to hear more you can follow Kate on Twitter, a platform which she regularly uses to share innovative teaching ideas and engage with others in the profession.

Visit our PGCE pages to find out more about our PGCE courses.

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REAL Centre Seminar Series Professor Elaine Unterhalter

Professor Elaine Unterhalter seminar
Thursday 19 October
The REAL Centre welcomes you to join us for a seminar with Professor Elaine Unterhalter, University College London, Institute of Education.   

Date: Tuesday 31 October

Location: Room 2S7, Faculty of Education, Donald McIntyre Building, 184 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8PQ 

All welcome - please join us 13:00-14:00 

See for more information

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Education to host the 15th edition of Corpus Linguistics

Faculty of Education News
Friday 13 October
The Faculty of Education will host the 15th edition of Corpus Linguistics in the South (CLS15) on 28th October.

The main focus of this edition is the use of corpora as a research method and the methodological changes over the years. Researchers from all over the UK, Italy, Spain, Austria and Brazil will discuss how corpus research methods can be improved and fine-tuned. 

Corpus-linguistics research methods offer ways to look at communication through the analysis of large collections of texts and, particularly, examines the role of lexico-grammatical frequency and patterning phenomena across corpora of L1 and L2 language. The applications of corpus-research methods go beyond the realms of applied linguistics and currently many disciplines in the social sciences or computer science are gaining insight into how the combinatory nature of language informs language-related variation across language registers and domains.

CLS15 showcases research from different areas of inquiry and, among others, will look at trolls in political blogs, the narratives of Magdalane Laundries survivors, pragmatics in L2 education, or the new spoken British National Corpus 2014. 

CLS15 is sponsored by PLACE academic group and Cambridge University Press.

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BBC WORLDHACKS - Psychological benefits of Viking re-enactments

Faculty of Education News
Friday 13 October
Worldhacks is an innovative weekly programme from the BBC World service looking at how we can solve the world’s problems. This episode of Worldhacks explores the therapeutic aspects of Viking re-enactments. These gatherings attract huge numbers and for some it is way of managing or healing their past traumatic experiences.

In this episode Carol Holiday from the Faculty of Education gives her opinion on the power of play acting in therapy.

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Homerton Santander Award for Outstanding Achievement in PhD

Babatunde Ojewunmi
Tuesday 10 October
Congratulations to one of our PhD scholars, Babatunde Ojewunmi for achieving this award.

Babatunde is undertaking a very interesting study of two FE colleges, which is an under researched area in education. He is focusing on the colleges’ implementation of the Equalities Act which is of course a crucially important and timely topic given the inequalities that we observe in the FE sector.
Gaining access to these colleges to conduct his work has proved difficult and Babatunde has had to revise his research design. Rising to this challenge, Babatunde showed commendable persistence in his work. He has also done particularly well in writing up and disseminating his research design, including presenting his work at an ESRC poster session and being highly commended for its quality.

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CORERJ Educational Research e-Journal Volume 4 - now online!

Faculty of Education News
Friday 6 October

Volume 4 of the Cambridge Open-Review Educational Research e-Journal(CORERJ) is finally live!

CORERJ is the Faculty of Education's online student journal. It forms a platform for students to share ongoing or completed work with peers and and the wider academic community. This year, we are particularly delighted to publish our first ever Special Paper - an interview with Professor Susan Robertson (Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge), on publishing in academic journals.

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FERSA Blog - calling all new graduate students

Pile of books about education
Wednesday 4 October

This week we welcome a new cohort of graduate students to the Faculty of Education. The FERSA blog has recently published two blog posts with relevant advice for new MPhil students and PhD students.

The FERSA blog editors, Tyler Shores, Stine Ravnå and CJ Rauch say:

“Embarking on graduate studies is exciting, but also somewhat daunting. We therefore hope that the FERSA blog can be a useful resource for new students, offering insights, ideas and advice on various aspects of the graduate research journey".

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