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School of Education


  • Vertically Integrated Projects Success at Georgia Tech

    Scott Strachan (EEE) and Robert Collins (Education) recently presented at this year’s Annual Vertically Integrated Projects International Consortium Conference at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.

  • Editors' Choice Awards

    Dr Markus Klein from the University of Strathclyde’s School of Education and his colleagues Prof Cristina Iannelli (University of Edinburgh) and Prof Emer Smyth (Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin) have been shortlisted for the 2016 British Educational Research Journal’s Editors’ Choice Award.


  • Word Wizard Competition
    S1-S3 pupils from across Scotland took part in the national final of Word Wizard at the Scottish Parliament on 12 May 2017.


  • Mon
    Feminist Research Network

    Hiding in Plain Sight: Gender, Sexism and Media Coverage of the Jimmy Savile case

    Presented by Professor Karen Boyle, Co-Director of the Centre for Gender and Feminist Studies, University of Stirling


  • Fri
    Educational Futures and Fractures

    This conference organized by Professor Yvette Taylor is driven by a central concern with educational futures, asking what, who and where is the future of Higher Education? 

  • School of Education Seminar Series

    All welcome! Come and join in the conversation.

    The School of Education Seminar Series takes place on Wednesdays at various dates from Feb to May from 16.30-18.00. The Series allows presentation and discussion of key educational urgencies, theories, debates and policies. 

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The BioLab is run by technicians in the School of Education at Strathclyde University who provide pupils with the opportunity to perform science practicals which they are unable to do at school. The pupils gain valuable knowledge of the practical aspect of the lab and enjoy the experience of being in the University.

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Meet our experts

Innovation in Primary Education: Developing Innovative Practice as a Student Teacher

If you're interested in leading innovation at primary school level, this is the place for you.

This site explores innovative, alternative and creative forms of education so we can learn from them, taking the key ideas, and exploring how to apply them in a mainstream context.

It's also an opportunity to reflect on ideas that work, and those that don’t. 

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West Partnership

West Partnership is a unique, enhanced partnership agreement between the University of Glasgow, the University of Strathclyde and nine partner local authorities in Scotland. The partnership was formed to progress the main recommendations of Teaching Scotland’s Future (2011). Find out more.
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