Events

Children’s voices for climate change event

While young people are the most affected by the ongoing climate crisis, there perspectives are mostly underrepresented in the policy making space. In response, Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland (CNS) and the Network for Social and Educational Equity has facilitated workshops between schools in Clydebank (St Eunan’s Primary and St Peter the Apostle secondary) and in Luis …

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Seminar: ‘Research, collaboration and inspection: towards a research-informed system’.

Professor Daniel Muijs, Head of Research, OfSTED will present on: In an increasingly complex public service landscape, in which the demands on educators are increasing, while simultaneously the context they are working in becomes more complex, it is ever more essential that we use evidence-informed approaches that are best suited to addressing these challenges. In this …

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Collaborative Action Research in Argyll and Bute

by Stuart Hall Senior Researcher ROC On a sunny afternoon in June I attended a presentation of Collaborative Action Research (CAR)[1] projects from four Argyll and Bute schools in Colgrain Primary School in Helensburgh. An invited audience of councillors, local authority staff from Argyll and Bute, Highland and Moray councils as well as teaching staff …

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