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Lent 2009

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Lent 2009

Date/Time Seminar Title Location Sponsor/Contact/Comment
Monday 5th January 2009 5.00 pm An Open Research Seminar to mark the publication of: Nigel Morris (Ed.) (2008) Curriculum and the Teacher: 35 Years of the Cambridge Journal of Education NFB GS1

Further information from Peter Cunningham (email pjc36@cam.ac.uk)

RSVP to Anne Chippindale (email amc61@cam.ac.uk)

Wine, fruit juice and nibbles

Tuesday 13th January 2009 4.30 - 6.00 pm The hierarchical model of achievement motivation: Conceptual and applied issues - Prof. Andrew Elliot, University of Rochester, USA NFB GS5

Psychology and Neuroscience in Education Seminars

Contact: Nichola Daily (email nd241@cam.ac.uk)

Thursday 15th January 2009 2.30 - 5.30 pm The Arts Manifesto 2009/10 Consultation Seminar for the National Campaign for the Arts NFB GS4 Afternoon tea
Thursday 15th January 2009 5.30 - 7.00 pm The Pedagogy of Martyrdom: Moral and Theological Education in the Baroque Society of Jesus - Paul Shore, Professor of Educational Studies, St Louis University, Missouri. Visiting Scholar, Faculty of History, Cambridge University (Hughes Hall) NFB GS4

PLACE Histories of Education and Childhood Seminars

Contact: Ewa Illakowicz (email ei219@cam.ac.uk)

Tuesday 20th January 2009 1.00 - 2.00 pm

Philosophical Themes in Cross-Cultural Children's Literature - Tamar Levi, MPhil Student, University of Cambridge (Wolfson) NFB GS5

FERSA Lunchtime Student Research Seminars

Contact Maria Mama (email mm705@cam.ac.uk)

Tea, coffee and biscuits available

Thursday 22nd January 2009 1.00 - 2.00 pm Teaching University Mathematics: What mathematicians have said - Stephanie Thomas, PhD Student, Loughborough University NFB GS1

FERSA Lunchtime Student Research Seminars

Contact Maria Mama (email mm705@cam.ac.uk)

Tea, coffee and biscuits available

Monday 26th January 2009 5.00 pm The 'Cognitive Conflict' Approach to Mathematics Teaching - Dr Gabriel Stylianides, University of Pittsburgh, USA and Dr Andreas Stylianides, Faculty of Education Room 119 Mary Allan Building

Cambridge Colloquia in Mathematics Education

Contact Tim Rowland (email tr202@cam.ac.uk)

Tea and coffee available before the meeting

All welcome

Wednesday 28th January 2009 6.15 - 7.15 pm 'Keeping time and learning to read': From Psychological Theory to Primary Classroom Practice - Dr Marion Long NFB GS1

ACE Research Seminar

Please contact Pam Burnard if you plan to attend (pab61@cam.ac.uk)

Coffee will be served at 6pm

Tuesday 3rd February 2009 1.00 - 2.00 pm Exploring the relationship between primary teachers' practices and beliefs about ICT in schools - Maria Mama, PhD Student, University of Cambridge (Newnham) NFB GS1

FERSA Lunchtime Student Research Seminars

Contact Maria Mama (email mm705@cam.ac.uk)

Tea, coffee and biscuits available

Monday 9th February 2009 4.30 - 6.30 pm Moving from Stillness - Filipa Pereira-Stubbs NFB GS4

ACE Creativity Workshop

Contact Pam Burnard (email pab61@cam.ac.uk)

Tuesday 10th February 2009 5.00 - 6.30 pm Agentic voices? Young women discuss their sexual and intimate relationships - Dr Claire Maxwell, Institute of Education, University of London NFB GS3

EED Youth Studies Seminar

Contact Susannah Lacon (email sml44@cam.ac.uk)

All welcome

Wednesday 11th February 2009 4.30 - 6.00 pm The Chamber of Horrors: Art Education and Mass Culture - Dr Malcolm Quinn, University of the Arts, London NFB GS1

ACE Research Seminar

Please contact Pam Burnard if you plan to attend (pab61@cam.ac.uk)

Coffee will be served at 5.45 pm

Wednesday 11th February 2009
5.00 – 6.30 pm
Cultural Identity & Greek Cypriot Picturebooks - Louiza Mallouri NFB GS5 Children's Literature Seminar
Contact Morag Styles (email ms104@cam.ac.uk)
Wednesday 18th February 2009 12.30 - 1.30 pm Teacher-Researchers' Reflections on the Dilemmas of Researching Classroom Practice - Anna-Marie Higgins and Alex Baxter NFB GS5

MPhil/MEd in ACE Students' Research Seminar

Contact Pam Burnard if planning to attend (email pab61@cam.ac.uk)

Coffee will be served prior to the event

Thursday 19th February 2009 1.00 - 2.00 pm Intersecting and collective identities: African-American midddle-class parents' values and actions in enrolling their children in a 'low-achieving' predominantly black working-class school - Berglind Magnusdottir, PhD Student, University of Cambridge (Darwin) NFB GS1

FERSA Lunchtime Student Research Seminars

Contact Maria Mama (email mm705@cam.ac.uk)

Tea, coffee and biscuits available

Thursday 19th February 2009 4.30 - 5.30 Music as a catalyst for community building: Sharing experience from Ferny Grove State High School, Brisbane Australia - Stephanie McCaw, Head of Instrumental Music at Ferny Grove State High School NFB GS5

ACE Research Seminar

Please contact Pam Burnard if you plan to attend (pab61@cam.ac.uk)

Thursday 19th February 2009 5.30 - 7.00 pm Fostering Institutional and Professional Health and Well Being: Student Culture in Australia's First Rural Teachers' College 1945-1955 - Professor Anthony Potts, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Education, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Australia. Visiting Scholar, Wolfson College, Cambridge University. Visiting Professor, Newman University College, Birmingham NFB 1S3

PLACE Histories of Education and Childhood Seminars

Contact: Ewa Illakowicz (email ei219@cam.ac.uk)

Monday 23rd February 2009 5.00 pm Learning to Teach Mathematics using Lesson Study - Dr Dolores Corcoran, St Patrick's College, Dublin City University and Faculty of Education Room G10 Mary Allan Building

Cambridge Colloquia in Mathematics Education

Contact Tim Rowland (email tr202@cam.ac.uk)

Tea and coffee available before the meeting

All welcome

Tuesday 24th February 2009 1.00 - 2.00 pm Approaches to Moral and Religious Education in Eastern Europe - Dr Dana Hanesova (Slovakia) NFB GS3 Contact Maria Mama (email mm705@cam.ac.uk)
Tuesday 24th February 2009 4.30 - 6.00 pm Games, learning and the brain's reward system - Dr Paul Howard-Jones, Centre for Psychology & Learning in Context, University of Bristol NFB 1S3

Psychology and Neuroscience in Education Seminars

Contact: Nichola Daily (email nd241@cam.ac.uk)

Wednesday 25th February 2009
5.00 – 6.30 pm
Artists' Choices: Materiality and Multimodality in Picturebook Creation - Professor Maria Nikolajeva NFB GS5

Children's Literature Seminar

Contact Morag Styles (ms104@cam.ac.uk)

Tuesday 3rd March 2009 5.00 - 7.00pm

The Centre for Commonwealth Education (CCE):
Leading an Epistemic Imperialism or a Polyphonic Dialectic?
Dr Ciaran Sugrue

NFB GS5

Leadership for Learning Supper Seminars

Contact: Katie O'Donovan (email lfl@educ.cam.ac.uk)

Wine and nibbles available

Wednesday 4th March 2009 1.00 - 2.00 pm Researching Children's Intercultural Understanding: Flexing our Reflexivities as Researchers - Dr Lily Chen-Hafteck, Kean University, New Jersey, USA NFB 2S8

ACE Seminar for Arts, Culture and Education Doctoral Students

Contact: Pam Burnard (email pab61@cam.ac.uk)

Wednesday 4th March 2009
5.00 – 6.30 pm
Designing a picturebook for a practice-based PhD – Katherina Mannelessou NFB GS5

Children's Literature Seminar

Contact Morag Styles (email ms104@cam.ac.uk)

Wednesday, 4th March, 2009 17.30-18.30 Why do the English separate further and higher education? - Professor Gareth Parry, University of Sheffield Wolfson College Institute for Continuing Education For further information and to reserve a place, contact Dr Wendy Knightley (email wmk22@cam.ac.uk)
Thursday 5th March 2009 1.00 - 2.00 pm Faith school debate and overlapping consensus: an examination of two ideals of personhood - Farid Panjwani, PhD Student, Oxford University NFB 2S4

FERSA Lunchtime Student Research Seminars

Contact Maria Mama (email mm705@cam.ac.uk)

Tea, coffee and biscuits available

Thursday 12th March 2009 5.00 - 6.30 pm 'Lads, Chavs and Pram-Face Girls': Embodiment and Emotion in Working-Class Youth Cultures - Dr Mary Jane Kehily, the Open University and Dr Anoop Nayak (University of Newcastle upon Tyne) 1S3

EED Seminar

Contact Susannah Lacon (email sml44@cam.ac.uk)

Thursday 19th March 2009 5.00 - 6.30 pm Restorative approaches in Schools: developing positive responses to conflict - Joint Seminar with the Wellbeing Institute GS4

EED Seminars

Contact Susannah Lacon (email sml44@cam.ac.uk)

Thursday 19th March 5.30 - 7.00 pm English in a post-war 'experimental comprehensive school': constructing a history, 1946-63 - Dr John Hardcastle, University of London, Institute of Education. Dr Peter Medway, King's College, London NFB 1S3

PLACE Histories of Education and Childhood Seminars

Contact: Ewa Illakowicz (email ei219@cam.ac.uk)

Tuesday 24th March 2009 12.30 - 2.00 pm The Right to Education in India: Getting it Right - Dr Santosh Mehrotra, Head, Development Policy, Planning Commission, Government of India NFB 1S3

Centre for Education and International Development

Lunchtime Seminar

All welcome - bring your lunch

Monday 30th March 2009 3.00 - 5.00 pm "Interculturalizing" Higher Education? Cultural Diversity and Multicultural Policies in Mexico - Dr Gunther Dietz, Universidad Veracruzana Instituto de Investigaciones en Education, Mexico NFB GS1

EED Seminars

Contact Susannah Lacon (email sml44@cam.ac.uk)