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Previous LfL events

Second Annual Student Voice Seminar Draws International Participants, Inspires New Collaborations

Thursday 14th - Friday 15th June 2012, 9.00-5.00pm

Alison Cook-Sather

Working with John Gray, Professor of Education and Vice-Principal, Homerton College and Julia Flutter, Research Associate, Faculty of Education, Alison Cook-Sather, The Jean Rudduck Visiting Scholar at Homerton College, and Professor of Education and Coordinator of The Andrew W. Mellon Teaching and Learning Institute at Bryn Mawr College led the second annual student voice seminar at the Faculty of Education on June 14th and 15th, 2012. Called Strengthening Links Across the Lines this two-day event brought together scholars, teachers, policy makers, and students from Brazil, Canada, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States to develop cross-context, cross-level projects aimed at integrating student perspectives and participation into the development of educational practices. This year’s activities built on the foundation of last year’s seminar, which was conceptualised to honour and extend the student voice work pioneered by the late Professor Jean Rudduck of the Faculty of Education. Read more here…

Book Launch event

Tuesday 13th March 2012, 5.00-6.30pm

Organised by: Mary James and Andrew Pollard

Principles for Effective Pedagogy: International responses to evidence from the UK Teaching & Learning Research Programme

Edited by Mary James and Andrew Pollard

The UK Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) worked for ten years to improve outcomes for learners in schools and other sectors through high quality research. One outcome of individual projects and across Programme thematic work was the development of ten ‘evidence-informed’ principles for effective pedagogy. Synopses of these principles have been widely disseminated, particularly to practitioners. However, the evidence and reasoning underpinning them has not yet been fully explained.

This book fills this gap by providing a scholarly account of the research evidence that informed the development of these principles, as well as offering some evidence of early take-up and impact. It also includes responses from highly-respected researchers throughout the world in order to locate the work in the broader international literature, to extend it by drawing on similar work elsewhere, to provide critique and to stimulate further development and debate. Principles or Effective Pedagogy contributes to international dialogue on effective teaching and learning, providing a focus for scholarly comment, sharing of expertise and knowledge accumulation.

This book was originally published as a special issue of Research Papers in Education.

Book will be available to buy on the day with a 20% discount

Refreshments will be provided.