Education Policy Analysis Research Group Lunchtime Seminars 2012-13
Starts: 3 October 2012
Education Policy Analysis Research Group lunchtime seminars are scheduled throughout the 2012-2013 academic year. These will generally take place on Wednesdays between 12.00-13.00 in Room 0.85, Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University. However, these details may change on a seminar by seminar basis. Please view the table below for the seminar schedule.
Please Note: This calendar of seminars is correct at the time of printing. Seminars and titles may change. To be informed of changes to this seminar programme and to ensure you receive other information from the Education Policy Analysis Research Group please join our research group email list by contacting Professor Chris Taylor, contact details below.
|3rd October 2012|
|Prof Sally Power & Prof Chris Taylor||WISERDEDUCATION: an introduction||-1.79 (Glamorgan)|
|7th November 2012|
|Mirain Rhys||Bilingual Welsh-English children's acquisition of vocabulary and reading: implications for bilingual education||0.85 (Glamorgan)|
|5th December 2012|
|Prof Gareth Rees & Prof Chris Taylor||The impact of the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification on participation and progress in Higher Education||0.85 (Glamorgan)|
|9th January 2013|
|Foundation Phase Team||Evaluating the Foundation Phase in Wales||0.85 (Glamorgan)|
|6th February 2013|
|Prof Chris Taylor||Understanding the Millennium Cohort Study: its relevance for education policy analysis||0.85 (Glamorgan)|
|TBA||Prof Emma Renold||Childhood, sexualisation, sexualities & equalities||0.85 (Glamorgan)|
|1st May 2013|
|Dr Adam Fletcher||How market-orientated education policies have cost the NHS||0.85 (Glamorgan)|
|5th June 2013|
|Dr Martin Jephcote||Further Education: envisioning the future||0.85 (Glamorgan)|
|3rd July 2013|
|Dr Alex Morgan||ICT and the Foundation Phase: policy and practice||0.85 (Glamorgan)|
Who Can Attend?
These seminars are open to the public.
These seminars will take place at Cardiff University in the Glamorgan Building, which can be found on King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff.
For more information about any of these seminars or if you wish to present in subsequent seminar sessions then please contact Professor Sally Power or Professor Chris Taylor using the details below.
Professor Sally Power
Telephone: +44 (0) 29 208 74738
Professor Chris Taylor
Telephone: +44 (0) 29 208 76938
Open To: Public