LifelabOne of our flagship projects is Lifelab.
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March 21, 2014NCETM Secondary Magazine contribution
Keith Jones is co-authoring a series of articles for the NCETM Secondary Magazine. The latest article, the third in the series, is devoted to “Reasoning with decimals”. The article can be read online at: https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/8045 [to read the article, you need to be registered on the NCETM website; this is easy to do, just click […]Posted By : MSHE
February 17, 2014LifeLab Grant Award
Pupils from Southampton secondary schools will be able to discover how their diets and lifestyles lay the foundations for a healthier life … thanks to a grant awarded to Dr Kath Woods-Townsend and the LifeLab team from the University of Southampton’s Student Centeredness Fund. The award of £30,000 over three years will enable all Year 9 students (13-14 […]Posted By : MSHE
February 12, 2014Dr Jenny Byrne interviewed by BBC on health education
Dr. Jenny Byrne was recently interviewed by BBC Radio Solent about the importance of training teachers in health education so that they gain confidence and competence to effectively promote pupil health and well-being in schools. More information in the press release. You can listen to the item below.Posted By : MSHE
February 3, 2014Workshop at AERA 2014
Together with Dr. Caro from Oxford University M@SE member Christian Bokhove will be presenting a day long course at AERA 2014. Analyzing International Large-Scale Assessment Data with R The course will train participants how to analyze data from international assessments (PISA, TIMSS, and PIRLS) using R. Lectures will briefly introduce R and explain the challenges […]Posted By : MSHE
January 10, 2014The power of action research programmes
This week, I visited Bexhill VIth Form College for the second of four facilitated action research sessions. The Head of Department, Clare Holmes, had heard about our previous action research sessions with Bicester Community College at our Active Approaches in post-16 conference in March 2013. Clare successfully applied for National Scholarship funding to fund a […]Posted By : MSHE
PhD student gains KSA Excellence Award
Yahya Al Zahrani, a PhD student from Saudi Arabia specialising in mathematics education, recently received an Excellence Award in the form of a certificate from Cultural Attaché, Embassy of Saudi Arabia in London. Yahya has a broad research interest with a particular focus on primary mathematics teacher education. Yahya’s award is in recognition of his […]Posted By : MSHE
December 10, 2013M@Se Research Bid Success
Jenny Byrne has been successful in being awarded a research grant from The Leverhulme Trust for about £60, 000 over 18 months. The project is a longitudinal study to explore the impact of pre – service teacher health training on early career teachers’ roles as health promoters.Posted By : MSHE