Plymouth Institute of Education Research Node Seminars
  • In-person (Room 205, Rolle Building, University of Plymouth) and online (via Zoom)

  • Online only (via Zoom)

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University of Plymouth staff and doctoral students are invited to a series of presentations about research taking place within the Plymouth Institute of Education. Please email pioeevents@plymouth.ac.uk to be invited to future Research Node seminars.
Online seminars will be automatically recorded and shared. Please email us if you do not wish to be included.
Thursday 29 September 2022 | Synergistic benefits of a multi-purpose, intergenerational sailing expedition | Presenter: Dr Alun Morgan
This paper will report on a sailing expedition, Leg 3 of Darwin 200 initiative on board the Pelican of London, that took place in the summer of 2021. This expedition combined purposes associated with sail training, ocean science and vocational training in a synergistic fashion. 
Thursday 13 October 2022 | The role of educational psychologists (EPs) in exclusionary practices and tensions between performance management, inclusion, safeguarding: a framework for dialogue | Presenter: Dr Liz Done
Liz will present her collaborative research, included in the ECER (online) 2022 programme, on the role of educational psychologists in challenging exclusionary practices in schools. This presentation covers the second phase of an ongoing study and reports the initial reactions of a small number of EPs to a proposed professional and dialogical framework designed to support EPs in difficult dialogues with schools (where client relationships matter).
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