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External Examiner Vacancies at Newman University

Posted December 7, 2023
Newman University are currently re-validating their successful Foundation Degree in Learning and Teaching, and are seeking two external advisors (one for Faculty Stage validation, one for Final Stage). For further details, please contact Dr Ben Looker, Head of Education, Childhood and Professional Studies, on more →

External examiner vacancy – University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Posted November 20, 2023
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David are looking for an external examiner for their BA Education Studies programmes to commence from September 2024, for a period of 4 years. The portfolio consists of Education Studies: Primary, Education Studies: Additional Learning Needs and Inclusion and Education Studies.  The external examiner will moderate assignments, attend an examination board meeting and write an annual report. For more information about the programme or to submit an expression of interest please send a recent CV to/or … more →

Just Published – Educationalfutures Volume 14 Issue 1

Posted June 22, 2023
Welcome to Volume 14 Issue 1 of Educationalfutures, our first volume for 2023. This is the second edition under the co-editorship of Zeta Williams-Brown (University of Wolverhampton) and Stephen Dixon (Newman University), and as ever we are extremely grateful to both Joe Gazdula, as Managing Editor for our journals and Stephen Ward, as publisher of the journal and as a member of the Editorial Board. We are delighted to be able to offer readers a full and varied edition, thanks … more →

2023 Annual Conference – Registration Now Open

Posted April 13, 2023
Online registration is now open for this year’s Conference at the University of Derby (29th – 30th June). To qualify for the Early Bird rate, registration and payment must be completed on or before the 31st of more →

Open Call for Abstracts – Essays on education

Posted April 6, 2023
The Teaching And Learning Online Network (TALON) is looking for short papers (1500-2500 words) that approach education from a fundamental human and humane perspective, recognising the need to reimagine more →

2023 Conference Keynote Speakers

Posted February 22, 2023
We are delighted to announce our keynote speakers, Dr Jennie Bristow and Professor Gary McCulloch, for this year’s conference in June (29th-30th) at the Institute of Education, University of Derby. Jennie Bristow is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Canterbury Christ Church University, and Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Parenting Culture Studies at the University of Kent. Her keynote will be “Generational tensions in Higher Education”. Gary McCulloch is the inaugural Brian Simon professor of history of education at … more →