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DE Seminar Dr Tamer Amin 'How do simulations contribute to scientific understanding? Insights from conceptual change and conceptual metaphor.'

This seminar took place on Monday 17th June at Moray House School of Education & Sport. AbstractHow do simulations help learners understand abstract scientific concepts? We don’t have very…

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DE seminar Dr Tamson Pietsch 'How to Know the World'

How to know the world? What the untold story of the 1926 Floating University world cruise says about how universities came to have authority over knowledge in the 20th century. This seminar took…

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DE seminar: Professor Sotaro Kita 'Gesture: its relationship to thinking and speaking'

Professor Sotaro Kita, University of WarwickAbstractThis presentation concerns a theory on how gestures (accompanying speaking and silent thinking) are generated and how gestures facilitate the…

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DE seminar: Professor Sarah Hayes 'Have you ever wondered….who does higher education policy actually ‘work’ for?'

Professor Sarah Hayes, University of WolverhamptonAbstractWhen it comes to higher education policy – how confident are educators, students, senior managers, politicians, and media reporters…

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Professor Siân Bayne - The Trouble with Digital Education

Professor Siân Bayne, Personal Chair of Digital Education, delivers her inaugural lecture entitled, The Trouble with Digital Education. Digital technologies in education are often considered…

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Interweaving Deaf and Hearing Cultural Practices in Performance Processes, by Michael Richardson

Interweaving Deaf and Hearing Cultural Practices in Performance Processes, by Michael Richardson EdSign Lecture 30.01.2019

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Football and Social Responsibility

Danny Bisland, Scottish Football Association talking about the social value of football.

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Network Analysis and Football Research

Dr Paul Widdop using social network analysis to analyse football networks.

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"Inclusive education isn't dead, it just smells funny" - Professor Roger Slee in conversation with Professor Sheila Riddell

A Conversation with Roger Slee Introduced by Dr Joan Mowat, University of StrathclydeIntroduction to Roger See and plenary: Professor Pamela MunnProfessor Roger Slee in conversation with Professor…

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An Anthropological Insight into Ethiopian Running

Dr Michael Crawley, University of Edinburgh explores Ethiopian Running Cultures

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Safeguarding Children, Sport and Human Rights

Liz Twyford exploring the work of UNICEF.

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DE seminar: Dr Kobi Gal 'Keeping the Teacher in the Loop: AI technologies for supporting exploratory learning environments'

AbstractThe proliferation of educational software provides new opportunities for using computational methods to support students in their learning and teachers and researchers in their understanding…

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Near Future Teaching Launch Event: 26 May 2019

A short video documenting the launch event for the final report emerging from the Near Future Teaching project. The event brought together a really diverse grouping of students, staff and friends…

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Prof. Grant Jarvie - Sport: More Than Just a Game

Professor Grant Jarvie, Chair of Sport, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, Sport: More Than Just a Game. This lecture will comment upon Scotland's contribution to the world of sport…

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Promoting fairer access to Scottish universities: how can this be achieved?

This is the second annual memorial lecture in honour of the late Professor David Raffe. Professor Vikki Bolover of Durhan University drew on her recent research in Scotland to consider how we can…

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