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November 10, 2019
First Erasmus+ meeting RiTE project

Dr Christian Bokhove of the MSHE centre recently went to Groningen, the Netherlands for the first kickoff meeting of the RiTE project. The aim of the RiTE-project is to promote and facilitate (student) teachers to create an evidence informed teaching practice in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. In this project, (student) teachers are […]

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November 8, 2019
Upcoming seminar: Five decades of theory in education research

Speaker: Professor Matthew Inglis (University of Loughborough) Title: Five decades of theory in education research. When and where: Tuesday 19 November 2-3pm Highfield Campus, University of Southampton Building 32 room 2103 What is your talk about? Mathematics educators have been publishing their work in international research journals for five decades. How has the field developed […]

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November 1, 2019
LifeLab named Centre of Excellence at prestigious awards event

Giving young people the opportunity to make positive changes to their own health through scientific discovery has always been at the heart of an innovative education project based in Southampton. Now, LifeLab has been recognised as a Centre of Excellence by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) for its work in supporting young people […]

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October 20, 2019
Strong delegation presents LifeLab at DOHaD 2019

The LifeLab project is senting a wide range of their work at the prestigious DOHaD conference in Melbourne this week. From the Southampton Education School Katherine Woods-Townsend, Lisa Bagust, Hannah Davey, Donna Lovelock, Janice Griffiths and Marcus Grace all worked with Southampton colleagues at the Southampton General Hospital on a variety of projects on LifeLab’s […]

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October 17, 2019
Engaging people with nature: seminar by Professor Grace

Engaging people with nature: do we want to engage emotionally or cognitively?  Tues 5th November 2019 Professor Marcus Grace (Southampton Education School), 12:00-13:00, 2097, Building 32, Highfield Campus.  What is your talk about? This talk looks at ways of helping people to become more engaged and connected with nature. It focuses on the Wonder of Nature project, which […]

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October 10, 2019
The power of maths

MSHE colleague Lucy Hoyes contributed to a new book by Pearson on ‘the power of maths’. The book is a guide on tackling maths anxiety.     Seen and felt in thousands of classrooms, homes and workplaces across the nation, maths anxiety is widely acknowledged as a barrier to engagement and progress in maths, as well […]

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September 26, 2019
New Academic Year

Welcome to the new Academic Year. We hope to provide you with a steady stream of news items and facts about our MSHE research centre.

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