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School of Education

News

  • National Languages Leadership Programme

    The programme welcomed its largest cohort.  Fifty-one teachers from twenty-one local authorities across Scotland attended a week-long summer school at the University of Strathclyde’s School of Education at the beginning of July 2017.

  • Research Interns@Strathclyde

    Mark Nitkowski, a third year Education and Journalism and Creative Writing student, has been awarded a Research Internship to work with Professor Yvette Taylor and Dr Cristina Costa on the project  'Undergraduate fractures and futures', exploring intersectional inequalities in contemporary undergraduate student experiences.

     

  • Award Win for Unique LGBTQ Transitions Project
    Professor Yvette Taylor from the School of Education, in collaboration with colleagues from four other institutions, has been awarded over £1m by Norface EU scheme to work on the 3 year project 'Comparing Intersectional Life Course Inequalities amongst LGBTQ Citizens in Four European Counties'.

Events

  • Sat
    Oct
    28
    SEYER Conference 2017

    Evidence Informed Practice : Planning Pedagogy from Research Perspectives

     

  • School of Education Seminar Series

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

    All welcome! Come and join in the conversation.

Discover more about education

BioLab

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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School of Education Resources Centre

This is a unique resource where students can plan, discuss and practise lessons surrounded by resources related to the school curriculum.
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