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Congratulations to Nicks Lalli from the Special Education Needs, Disability and Inclusion Studies/Education team has had a paper published this week: Lalli, G. (2017) 'Ethnographic Tales from the School Restaurant',Sage Research Methods Cases, London: SAGE Publications [Online] Available at:http://methods.sagepub.com/case/ethnographic-tales-from-school-restaurant

International opportunities are abound!  A total of six students have been awarded the opportunity to undertake an international visit as part of their L5 Education and Inclusion Studies placement module. Three (CaF/Ed Studies) students will visit the "In Holland" college in Amsterdam for two weeks in May to shadow their Dutch peers who are training to teach English to children in Dutch schools. Three more (SENDIS) students are vising the renowned Peto Institute in Budapest. Here they will work along side professionals supporting people with cerebral palsy. Further to this, the Primary ITT students have the opportunity to visit schools in India in February. 

#ResearchSEND Conference - 11th February 2017

The first #ResearchSEND conference took place last week at the University and was very successful. The conference celebrated all the great work that is undertaken on behalf of SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) pupils and the staff in schools supporting them.

Leaders of national debate on good practice in SEND & Inclusion such as Rob Webster, Nancy Gedge and Professor Philip Garner, presented alongside our panel guests of Educational Strategists, Dame Alison Peacock, Sir Toby Salt and Mick Walker, Professor Michelle Lowe and Kerry Jordan-Daus who contributed to the debate on teachers as researchers and its practical application back in the classroom.

We also had many exhibitors including; SEN Books, Frog Education, Chartered College of Teaching, EdCentral, NASEN & London Leadership and Ednex-The Education Career Network, who also sponsored the lunch and refreshments.

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Events

Second Early Years Conference 

You are invited to the second ‘Early Years Conference’ taking place at the University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus on Saturday 25th March 2017. The conference has been developed for practitioners, professionals and students who are interested and work in the early years sector. The conference features 2 Key Note Speakers:

Dr Ioanna Palaiologou CPsychol AFBPsS (Associate at the Institute of Education, University College London)

Dr Carol Hayes (Principal Lecturer and Academic group leader,Staffordshire University, recently retired).

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Choose to Teach - 30th March 2017

Find out more about our teaching and education qualifications and come along to our 'Choose to Teach' Open Event and find out what opportunities are in store for you! FIND OUT MORE

University Open Day‌‌

Thinking about starting or developing you career in Education or Teaching? If so, why not come along to our Open Day on  Saturday 17th June10 am - 3 ‌pm at the Walsall Campus.‌ 

Courses in Teacher training, Education Studies, Childhood Studies, Special Needs, Inclusion and much more...Whatever your aspirations, Open Days are your chance to get all the information you need to plan your future. Find out more.

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