News archive 2016

  • Amy Buchan, University of Strathclyde Graduate, Wins Prestigious GTCS Prize

    Amy Buchan, University of Strathclyde graduate and teacher at Callander Primary School, is the 2016 winner of the George D Gray Award presented annually by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS).

  • Graduations Congratulations

    Congratulations to all those who graduated from the School of Education on the 9th November. 

  • Rising in the Rankings

    The School of Education has risen two places in the Complete University Guide for 2016 from 7th to 5th place among UK teacher education institutions. 

  • Contemporary Childhood Conference

    The Contemporary Childhood Conference on the theme of Young Citizens and Society: Fostering Civic Participation was a big success on the 2nd and 3rd September.  The School of Education welcomed delegates from the USA, Australia, Europe, Asia and the UK. 

  • Games Pedagogy

    Professor David Kirk gave a keynote address to the 6th International Teaching Games for Understanding Conference held at the German Sports University in Cologne 25-27 July.

  • Scotland's National Centre for Languages Summer School

    Capacity within Scottish local authorities to deliver the Government’s flagship policy “Language learning in Scotland: A 1+2 approach” was increased recently through a week-long training course at the University of Strathclyde.

  • TransForming Research Practice

    Strathclyde University hosted the cross-sector seminar TranForming Research Practice : Towards Best Practice in Transgender and Non-binary Inclusive Social Research.

  • Professor Michael Apple's Public Lecture : Are current educational reforms really democratic?

    The School of Education was proud to host a public lecture on June 16th given by Professor Michael Apple.

  • Congratulations

    Everyone at the School of Education would like to extend their warmest congratulations to all those who graduated in June.

  • Impact through Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy

    The Routledge journal Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy (PESP), edited by Professor David Kirk, has achieved a notable rise in the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) rankings.

  • Dr Karsten Kenklies

    The School of Education is pleased to welcome another new colleague. Dr Karsten Kenklies joined the University recently and is a welcome addition to the School.

  • Professor Michael Apple to Visit the School of Education

    The School of Education is proud to be hosting Professor Michael Apple as Visiting Professor during June. He will deliver a public lecture "Are Current Educational Reforms Really Democratic?" on June 16th at 6pm in the Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC). Please register by Friday 3 June 2016.