Introduction and Navigating your Doctoral Journey.
Led by Prof Lorella Terzi and Dr Wolfgang Mann, 5th October 2021 and 21st October with the University Wellbeing Team.
Music in Mind, International Wimbledon Music Festival, London
A Symposium on Autism, Deafness, Blindness and Exceptional Musicality, led by Dr Angela Colvert and Antonio Gould (Executive Director, Teach your Monster, part of the Usborne Foundation), 7th November 2021.
Reading for Fun and Playful Adventures: Developing Games to Foster Children's Love of Reading
Led by Dr Angela Colvert and Antonio Gould (Executive Director, Teach your Monster, part of the Usborne Foundation), 22nd November 2021.
Social Justice & Knowledge Exchange: Making the 360-degree Charity
Led by Dr Melissa Jogie.
Scientific literacy: Who, on the Clapham omnibus British Airways flight to Australia, needs it?
Led by Professor Ian Abrahams, 24th November 2021.
Critical Social Research, followed by Christmas Social.
Led by Dr Melissa Jogie, 7th December 2021.
Neurodiversity and Inclusion through Music.
Professor Adam Ockelford, Caitlin Shaughnessey, Dr Angela Voyagjolu, Hannah Marsden and Eloise Garland 12 January 2022.
Spirituality in early childhood pedagogy: a Froebelian perspective
Dr Fengling tang, 23 February 2022.
The voices of young people with autism spectrum disorders in transition to post-secondary destinations: a functioning perspective.
Presentation from 23 February 2022 by Dr Carolina Gaona. VIEW VIDEO RECORDING OF THE EVENT HERE.
Spirituality in early childhood pedagogy: a Froebelian perspective.
Presentation from 10 February 2022. Speaker: Dr Fengling Tang. VIEW VIDEO RECORDING OF THE EVENT HERE.
Exploring the connections between curriculum and professionalisation in early childhood: reflecting on developments in Ghana and England.
22 April 2022, speakers: Andrea Yankah, Michelle Cottle, and Sigrid Brogaard Calusen (University of Roehampton)
Researching Education: Fostering Human Development in the 21st Century.
Doctoral Research Conference, led by Dr Wolfgang Mann and Professor Ian Abrahams, from 7 May 2022.
An exploration of the spiritual flourishing of the youngest children.
Dr Nicola Kemp, Dr Ann Casson, Dr Ann Pittaway, National Institute for Christian Education Research (NICER) at Cantebury Christ Church University, from 12 May 2022.
Decolonising primary education to unshackle representation of Africa: Geography curriculum and pedagogy.
Dr Evelyn Corrado, from 8 June 2022.