Looking forward to catching up with all the Research Champions. We will be discussing ‘Wait times’ with Jenni Ingram. A link to the article can be found here.
In conjunction with the Faculty of English, the Deanery is hosting an event to connect teachers of A level English Literature with researchers working on A level texts. On the day teachers will take part in two 3 hour seminars, each on a different topic in the reformed A level English Literature specifications. Researchers from […]
Oxford University would like to invite your students to a study skills workshop on the French literary texts you are studying in the sixth form for A-level, IB or other qualifications. The Modern Languages Faculty at Oxford would like to offer our literature-teaching experience for a master-class in literary analysis, available free of charge to […]
The conference organisers are very excited to announce that this year’s Key Note speaker will be Dr Velda Elliott. Dr Elliott will be talking about her Education Endowment Foundation review on marking. You can check out the review here and follow Velda on twitter @veldaelliott The flyer for this event can be accessed here: NQT Conference […]
This day is a chance to bring together teachers of sixth form literature with researchers in Education and English departments in universities. There are two points to the day: disseminating current research in sixth form literary pedagogy, and engaging in dialogue between teachers and researchers to see what YOU want to be researched in this […]
The full report can be found here: R&R Full Report. In response to the increasing difficulties faced by schools across the county, the Strategic Partnership Board commissioned research into the experiences of local schools and of teachers themselves. Wide-ranging surveys across primary, secondary and special schools (conducted by the University of Oxford and Oxford […]
In her first oration, Professor Louise Richardson set out her vision for Oxford highlighting the work of the Education Deanery, acknowledging the expertise of the Education Department and the significant work being done with local schools. An extract of her speech is quoted here: “As an institution populated by educators we, of course, have […]
The first Research Champion meeting of the academic year. We are looking forward to welcoming the new Research Champions. This is a great opportunity for all the Research Champions (current and new) to meet. We are delighted to have Ian Thompson presenting the research findings from the project ‘collaboration for teaching and learning’ and are really […]
Teaching Chaucer Thursday 20th October 4.30-6pm University of Oxford, Department of Education, Seminar Room B Dr Jenni Nuttall (Oxford University) and Andrew Archibald (Oxford Spires Academy) Dr Jenni Nuttall, editor of The English Review and Chaucer enthusiast will talk about Chaucer in the new A level, including why you should be doing it! […]
An opportunity to hear about the amazing research that has been carried out on the Action Research Fellowship Programme. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.