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The Society for Educational Studies announces a new Small Grants Scheme for 2023 and opens its Call for Proposals for the 2023 Annual Colloquium under the theme: Teachers, Teaching and Teacher Education: Trajectories, Threats and Transformations
Small Grants Scheme 2023
Teachers, Teaching and Teacher Education: Trajectories, Threats and Transformations
The Society for Educational Studies invites bids from researchers interested in making an original contribution to knowledge in the field of educational studies on the theme: Teachers, Teaching and Teacher Education: Trajectories, Threats and Transformations. Applicants applying for these grants must be affiliated with a British university and will be asked to become members of the SES if they are not already members. (Membership fee for 2023 is £30 [£20 students]). Small Grants are awarded with the purpose of stimulating new and insightful research in education.
In this 2023 round, the Society is looking to award a maximum of two grants of up to £10,000 each and a maximum of two grants of up to £20,000 each. Each award will be for one year (to begin 1st June 2023-1st September 2023).
Full details of how to apply and link to an application form are available by clicking the below image.
Annual Colloquium 2023
The Society for Educational Studies invites abstracts for its 2023 annual colloquium to be held at Oriel College, Oxford, September 7th-8th. In line with the colloquium’s theme – Teachers, Teaching and Teacher Education: Trajectories, Threats and Transformations – papers are invited that examine critically the state of educational studies in the UK today in a way that:
- explain the significance of new thoughts;
- provide philosophical, historical, psychological, sociological, theological and/or educational discussion at a new level; and,
- deepen existing interest in the purposes and problems of current educational policy.
The call for proposals has now closed.
Registration for the colloquium will be free for members of the Society for Educational Studies, and will include the conference meal, other meals, and one night’s accommodation at Oriel College (Thursday 7th September 2023). Places are limited and priority will be given to those members presenting a paper. Membership is available to purchase for £30 [£20 students] here.
Keynote speakers are confirmed as:
- Professor Toby Greany, University of Nottingham
- Dr Sarah Anderson, University of Glasgow with co-presenters Dr Sevda Ozsezer Kurnuc, University of Glasgow and Dr Pinky Jain, Leeds Beckett University. Other project members include Ms Mary Lappin and Professor Jim Conroy, University of Glasgow; Professor Rachel Lofthouse, Leeds Beckett University; Dr Andrew James Davies and Mr Daryl Phillips, Aberystwyth University;
- Professor Caroline Daly, UCL