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5th Warwick Islamic Education Summer School September 2022

Educational Empowerment & Cultural, Religious Diversity of 21st Century Learners:

Unpacking Learning Experiences of Muslim Children and Young People in European Education Systems 

Convened by

Dr Abdullah Sahin

25-28 September 2022

Radcliffe House
5th Warwick Islamic Education Summer School


Dr Nidhi S. Sabharwal (CPRHE, NIEPA) joins DES as Honorary Associate Professor

Dr Nidhi S. Sabharwal (CPRHE, NIEPA) joins DES as Honorary Associate Professor

Dr Nidhi S. Sabharwal has joined the Department of Education Studies as an Honorary Associate Professor. Dr Sabharwal is an Associate Professor at the Centre for Policy Research in Higher Education (CPRHE), National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA), New Delhi, India. She is Co-Principal Investigator (India Lead) for the Fair Chance Foundation project 'Widening Access to Higher Education in India: Institutional Approaches' (Co-PI Emily Henderson DES, Co-I Ann Stewart, Law, 2022-2026). Dr Sabharwal's current research area lies in the area of access and equity in higher education, with a focus on issue of college readiness, diversity, social inclusion and higher educational success of socially and economically disadvantaged students. Her extensive publication list includes: Caste, Discrimination, And Exclusion in Modern India (Sage, 2015), Bridging the Social Gap: Perspectives on Dalit Empowerment (Sage, 2014), India Higher Education Report 2016: Equity in Higher Education (Sage, 2018), India Higher Education Report 2022: Women in Higher Education (forthcoming).  

Mon 20 Jun 2022, 11:36 | Tags: Emily Henderson, Research, Education Studies

Online event: Supporting school transitions for children with special educational needs and disabilities

Online event: Supporting school transitions for children with special educational needs and disabilities: Resources for children, families and professionals

We are delighted to invite you to our online event on supporting the transition from primary to secondary school for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The event will take place on 11th of July at 16.00 (UK time).

 

The aim of the session concerns how we can best support school transitions for children with neurodevelopmental disorders. The session will include talks concerning the experiences of children with SEND and their families during school transitions, including recent research findings about transition from primary to secondary school during the times of COVID-19 pandemic. There will also be the opportunity to share your views concerning evidence-based resources for children, families and professionals

 

The event is free to attend but registration is essential. Register at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-impact-of-covid-19-for-send-children-and-families-registration-332998335987


Thursday 9th June - Education Studies Community Day

On Thursday 9th June the Education Studies Department are hosting a community get-together 11-2pm in our outdoor garden area behind the Social Sciences building. It will be a chance to meet up with students from your course and from other courses. Everyone is encouraged to bring their own lunch. There will be some activities to join in with or chances to chat and catch up. All our community are welcome and encouraged to come (students and staff). We also have an indoor room booked if the weather is not kind to us.

Come along and join us on Thursday 9th June from 11am. I will send out further reminders as we get nearer to the event.


The impact of COVID-19 on children and families with special educational needs and disabilities: What's next?

We are pleased to invite you to our online event on the impact of COVID-19 for children and families with special educational needs and disabilities. The event will take place on Tuesday 24th May from 4pm.

The session will include talks discussing what research has under-covered so far on the topic, followed by panel discussion concerning next steps on how to best support children and families during the recovery phase from COVID-19. There will also be the opportunity to share your own experiences, helping us to develop evidence-based resources to support children and their families during the recovery phase from COVID-19 and in any related crisis in the future.

The event is free to attend but registration is essential. To register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-impact-of-covid-19-for-send-children-and-families-registration-332998335987Link opens in a new window 

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Dr Olympia Palikara: Olympia.Palikara@warwick.ac.uk




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