6 Dec 2017: Playtimes. 6 December 2017. Professor Andrew Burn talks about research projects with the British Library and the V&A Museum, comparing playground traditions from the past and the way children play today. Related News. Related Events. Related Case
4 Dec 2017: Children as young as three are grouped by 'ability'. 4 December 2017. Research by Drs Alice Bradbury and Guy Roberts-Holmes, commissioned by the National Education Union, finds that using ability groups takes place with children as young as three
4 Dec 2017: Twice as many poor students attend universities since fees were brought in. 4 December 2017. Dr Gil Wyness comments on IOE research findings into the impact of the introduction of tuition fees in England in 1998 to the present day. Read: Related
4 Dec 2017: Over 1, 000 teachers and academics want to know why school inspectors are asking kids about their hijabs. 4 December 2017. Professor Frank Coffield has joined over 1000 teachers and academics in signing an open letter outlining concerns over
27 Nov 2017: What should schools teach? 27 November 2017. Dr Alex Standish, Senior Lecturer in Geography Education has edited 'What Should Schools Teach? Disciplines, subjects and the pursuit of truth', making the case for imparting knowledge and pursuing truth.
27 Nov 2017: Pupils in South East as good as Japanese at science. 27 November 2017. Nikki Shure, Lecturer in Economics, and John Jerrim, Professor of Education and Social Statistics contribute to a report analysing the performance of pupils in England from PISA
27 Nov 2017: What a 21st century pre-school education looks like. 27 November 2017. Help kids get a leg up in a digital world by teaching them communication and other essential 21st century skills, according to Iram Siraj, Professor of Early Childhood Education.
27 Nov 2017: Podcast - Rob Webster: Teaching assistants and inclusive education. 27 November 2017. Rob Webster talks about the role of teaching assistants, how they can be used more effectively, the contribution they make to SEND provision and how they could
27 Nov 2017: I've been mistaken for the coffee lady': experiences of black female academics. 27 November 2017. An extract from 'Inside the Ivory Tower', published by UCL IOE Press, featuring Emertius Professor Heidi Safia Mirza's experience as a BAME female
27 Nov 2017: Christian qualification fails to prepare students for university, UCL study claims. 27 November 2017. Michael Reiss, Professor of Science Education comments on a report jointly written with Dr Jonny Scaramanga about the preparedness of students for