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Oxford has been making a major contribution to the field of education for over 100 years and today this Department has a world class reputation for research, for teacher education and for its Masters and doctoral programmes. Much has changed at this Department over the years, particularly recently, with a range of excellent new and refurbished buildings and with expanded staff numbers. What has not changed is our commitment to excellence and to relevance in all that we do. Our aim is to provide an intellectually rich but supportive environment in which to study, to research and to teach and, through our work, to contribute to the improvement of all phases of public education, both in the UK and internationally.

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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Using Formative Assessment to Catalyse Self-Regulated Learning This 2019 Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment lecture is delivered by Professor Nancy Perry. Nancy Perry 17 Jul 2019
2 What are Teachers' Professional Competencies? This public seminar series considers teacher education reforms around the world in order to tease out future directions and possibilities for the relationships between teacher education policy, research and practice. Auli Toom 19 Jun 2019
3 Creative Commons Building Research Capacity in Teacher Education Seminar 8 of 8 on teacher education reforms. Alis unpacks the notion of 'capacity' through a historiography of initiatives and a review of attempts at conceptual development. Alis Oancea 19 Jun 2019
4 Creative Commons The Connections and Disconnections in Teacher Education Policy, Research and Practice Future Research Directions This seminar examines the alignments and tensions between teacher education research, policy and practice. This is the sixth seminar in a series of eight public seminars on 'Future directions in teacher education research, practice and policy'. Diane Mayer 03 Jun 2019
5 Creative Commons OES Annual Lecture: The Quest for Better Teaching This lecture explores why efforts to improve teaching too often fail and outlines new research on pedagogy and teacher development, which has been achieving promising signs of real change. Jenny Gore (Visiting Professor, Department of Education) 29 May 2019
6 Comparative teacher education research: Global perspectives in teacher education past, present and future Seminar five of eight in series "Future directions in teacher education research, practice and policy". Maria Teresa Tatto 22 May 2019
7 Making Change Happen - The Reform of Initial Teacher Education in Wales This public seminar series considers teacher education reforms around the world in order to tease out future directions and possibilities for the relationships between teacher education policy, research and practice. John Furlong 13 May 2019
8 Creative Commons Classroom-based Interventions Across Subject Areas: Research to Understand What Works in Education Seminar two of eight in series "Future directions in teacher education research, practice and policy". This seminar is based on a recent book, which aims to help researchers and practitioners understand how and why interventions can be successful or not. Gabriel Stylianides, Ian Thompson, Katharine Burn, Nicholas Andrews 07 May 2019
9 Student Access to Colleges at the University of Oxford Seminar led by a panel of heads of colleges and senior tutors to discuss Oxford's student selection process Ivor Crewe, Helen King, Alan Rusbridger, Maggie Snowling 07 Mar 2019
10 Promoting fairer access to higher education: the necessity of contextualised admissions The ethical case for reducing entry requirements for disadvantaged learners Vikki Boliver, Andrew Bell, Peter Thonemann, Neil Harrison 05 Mar 2019
11 Rethinking Teacher Education - The Problem with Accountability Professor Marilyn Cochran-Smith argues why we need to “reclaim” teacher education accountability for the profession and in support of the larger democratic project. Marilyn Cochran-Smith 26 Feb 2019
12 Access and Participation at Postgraduate level: research findings and their implications for policy and practice This seminar will review the evidence on access to postgraduate study, identify what this might mean for funders, universities and their communities, and outline outstanding gaps in our knowledge. Paul Wakeling, Mike Bonsall, Nick Brown, Paul Martin 13 Feb 2019
13 Access and Participation in English HE: A Fair and Equal Opportunity for All? The seminar will identify how universities and government have sought to make progress in this area during the last two decades and the patterns of participation arising from this. Simon Marginson, Chris Millward, Martin Williams 11 Feb 2019
14 A Rational Approach to Evidence-Based Decision Making in Education Policy If education policy-making is based strictly on rigorous evidence there is a risk of bias towards simple, discrete, measurable interventions. We present a framework for considering inconclusive evidence. Matthew Jukes 01 Feb 2019
15 Teachers' professional development on summative assessment of practical science: perspectives from Project Calibrate This seminar will focus on the teacher education aspect of the project. It will outline the approaches being implemented to develop the teachers' knowledge and understanding to implement strategies to teach and assess practical science. Sibel Erduran, Ann Childs, Alison Cullinane 28 Jan 2019
16 Admissions Testing Preparation Effects This seminar is the first of a five-part seminar series on 'Student Access to University'. This seminar discusses the relationships between student characteristics and test performances with Oxford University admissions tests data. Jo-Anne Baird, Karen O'Brien, Samina Khan, Rebecca Surender 15 Jan 2019
17 Equity and quality of educationL Paradoxes from Hong Kong and Singapore An exploration of equity and quality of education in Hong Kong and Singapore. Maria Manzon 03 Dec 2018
18 The Age-Eclipsing Effects of Environment and Input on L2 Attainment in Instructional Contexts This seminar explores some myths about L2 attainment in instructional contexts, drawing on evidence from a five-year longitudinal study conducted in Switzerland and carried out by the speakers themselves. Simone E Pfenninger, David Singleton 20 Nov 2018
19 Causal models of developmental disorders In studies in psychology and education it is essential to think clearly about causal mechanisms. In this seminar Professor Hulme will outline the use of path diagrams as tools for representing, reasoning about, and testing causal models. Charles Hulme 07 Nov 2018
20 What is the future for subject-based education research? This seminar will provide an assessment of the development of research in subject-based education, and of its future prospects. Using geography education as an exemplar, it will offer a challenging critique of this field of research. Graham Butt 23 Oct 2018
21 Evidence-Informed Inspection? Research at Ofsted A look at the role of research in developing the work of Ofsted as 'an intelligent inspectorate'. Daniel Muijs 22 Oct 2018
22 Exploring Needs, Costs and Outcomes of Services Provided to Vulnerable Children and their Families This seminar will explore the relationship between the needs, services received and outcomes for children and families supported by children’s social care (CSC) services. Lisa Holmes 15 May 2018
23 Higher Education and the Sustainable Development Goals: The Case of the Intercultural Universities in Mexico This seminar will present findings of an exploratory study of the Intercultural University of Veracruz, one of a number of institutions created in Mexico to ensure access for indigenous populations, promote local development and to provide... Tristan McCowan 15 May 2018
24 The Untapped Potential of 'Work' for Looked After Young People – Challenges and Opportunities The seminar will explore the transformative potential of 'work' (ranging from paid employment to internships to volunteering) for marginalised young people. Robbie Gilligan 30 Apr 2018
25 A study of children starting school and the progress they make in their first year around the world: The iPIPS project Professor Peter Tymms (Durham University) delivers a seminar on the iPIPS project; an international study of children starting school around the world and the progress that they make in their first year at school. Peter Tymms 27 Mar 2018
26 A Founding Editors Perspective Professor Patricia Broadfoot, Emeritus Professor of Education, gives a presentation for the OUCEA conference. Patricia Broadfoot 19 Mar 2018
27 Future Direction Therese N. Hopfenbeck gives a talk for the Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice 25th Anniversary conference. Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box. Therese N. Hopfenbeck 13 Mar 2018
28 Assessment and learning theories Jo-Anne Baird gives a talk for the Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice 25th Anniversary conference. Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box. Jo-Anne Baird 13 Mar 2018
29 Formative assessment: where do we go from here? Ernesto Panadero gives a talk for the Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice 25th Anniversary conference. Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box Ernesto Panadero 13 Mar 2018
30 Assessment in Education's knowledge contribution to Formative Assessment Gordon Stobart gives a talk for the Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice 25th Anniversary conference. Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box. Gordon Stobart 13 Mar 2018
31 Comments from previous editors' presentations Mary James gives a talk for the Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice 25th Anniversary conference. Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box Mary James 13 Mar 2018
32 Formative assessment: Confusions, clarifications, and prospects for consensus Dylan Wiliam gives a talk for the Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice 25th Anniversary conference. Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box Dylan Wiliam 13 Mar 2018
33 An author's appreciation Paul Black gives a talk for the Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice 25th Anniversary conference. Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box. Paul Black 13 Mar 2018
34 Welcome to the conference Therese N. Hopfenbeck opens the conference; Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice 25th Anniversary conference. Assessment for Learning 20 years after The Black Box. Therese N Hopfenbeck 13 Mar 2018
35 Social Pedagogy in the UK today: where are we up to and where are we going? Professor Claire Cameron from UCL Institute of Education gives a talk hosted by the Rees Centre for Fostering and Education Claire Cameron 16 Feb 2018
36 Creative Commons System coherence and cohesion in English further education provision - glass half empty, or glass half full (and what's in the glass)? Professor Ewart Keep, Director of SKOPE Department of Education, gives a talk for the public seminar series Ewart Keep 13 Feb 2018
37 Creative Commons The development of quantitative reasoning Emeritus Professor Terezinha Nunes, Department of Education, gives a talk for the public seminar series hosted by the department's Subject Pedagogy Research Group Terezinha Nunes 05 Feb 2018
38 Measurement with no standards: reflections of an unconventional psychometrician Dr Joshua McGrane, Department of Education, gives a talk for the public seminar series hosted by the Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment Joshua McGrane 05 Feb 2018
39 Literacy and foundation learning in multilingual India Dr Sonali Nag, Oxford Departmant of Education, gives a talk for the public seminar series hosted by the department's Families, Effecrive Learning and Literacy Research Group Dr Sonali Nag 25 Jan 2018
40 Stability and change in developmental language disorders Professor Professor Courtenay Norbury, University College London, gives a talk for the public seminar series hosted by the Department of Education's Applied Linguistics Research Group. Courtenay Norbury 11 Dec 2017
41 Mediatising religious education: BBC radio and television for children and schools, c.1920s-1970s Professor Stephen G Parker, University of Worcester, gives a talk for the public seminar series hosted by Department of Education's Philosophy, Religion and Education Forum. Stephen Parker 11 Dec 2017
42 If 'The Youth of the Country are the Trustees of Posterity' (Benjamin Disraeli, 1845), do we need to do more to support young people who are NEET in the UK? Sue Maguire is Honorary Professor at the Institute for Policy Research, University of Bath, gives a talk for the public seminar series hosted by SKOPE, Department of Education. Sue Maguire 30 Nov 2017
43 Learning with Conversational Agents that Launch Multiple Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Learning Resources Professor Art Graesser, Psychology and the Institute for Intelligent Systems, University of Memphis, gives a talk for the public seminar series hosted by OUCEA, Department of Education. Art Graesser 30 Nov 2017
44 English Medium Instruction Research: What do we know so far and what do we still need to find out? Ernesto Macaro, Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series. Ernesto Macaro 14 Nov 2017
45 Long term outcomes of former child migrants in care in Australia. "Uprooted from everything that attaches you". Professor Elizabeth Fernandez, University of New South Wales Sydney, gives a public seminar hosted by the Rees Centre, Department of Education Elizabeth Fernandez 01 Nov 2017
46 Recent Developments in Reading Assessment in the USA National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP): An Analysis of Conceptual, Digital, Psychometric, and Policy Trends OUCEA Annual Lecture, 25th May 2017, Ashmolean Museum David Pearson, Maggie Snowling 03 Aug 2017
47 Lexical diversity and coverage in tertiary-level STEM:
a corpus-based comparison of English-medium lectures in Anglophone and non-Anglophone contexts Jessica Briggs, Centre for Research and Development in English Medium Instruction, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the EMI conference. Jessica Briggs 05 Jul 2017
48 Language and disciplinary learning combined: CLIL challenging conceptions of language skills Tarja Nikula, Centre for Applied Language Studies, University of Jyvåskylå, gives a talk for the EMI conference. Tarja Nikula 05 Jul 2017
49 Systematic review of English Medium Instruction Ernesto Macaro (with Samantha Seiter, Jiangshan An, Jack Pun, Julie Dearden), Centre for Research and Development in English Medium Instruction, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the EMI Symposium. Ernesto Macaro 05 Jul 2017
50 Building Optimal Predictive Models with Large Scale Assessment Data Professor David Kaplan (University of Wisconsin-Madison) gives a talk for the Department of Education Research Seminar series. David Kaplan 14 Jun 2017
51 What can we learn from PISA (2015)?- Design, innovations, challenges and limitations Professor Eckhard Klieme (German Institute for International Educational Research, DIPF) gives a talk for the Department of Education Research seminar series. Eckhard Klieme 14 Jun 2017
52 A synthesis of studies using PISA data – Implications for research, policy and practice Professor Leonidas Kyriakides (University of Cyprus) gives a talk for the Department of Education Research Seminar Series. Leonidas Kyriakides 13 Jun 2017
53 Assessing practical work in science Neil Wade Oxford, Cambridge and RSA (OCR) and Stella Paes Formerly AQA, give a seminar for the Department of Education seminar series. Stella Paes, Neil Wade 13 Jun 2017
54 Education, inequality and institutions This seminar will present recent research on the relationship between economic inequality and educational achievement as measured by large scale assessments. Robin Shields 06 Jun 2017
55 Bright Spots Project: The subjective well­ being of looked after children and survey development Professor Julie Selwyn, University of Bristol, gives a talk for the Education Department public seminar series. Julie Selwyn 16 May 2017
56 Standards in national examinations: What do they mean? Jo­ Anne Baird, Director of Department of  Education, University of Oxford and Dennis Opposs, Ofqual, give a seminar for the Department of Education public seminar series. Jo­ Anne Baird, Dennis Opposs 09 May 2017
57 From Financial Literacy to Financial Capability and Financial Well­being: More than a semantic change Professor Elaine Kempson, University of Bristol, gives a talk for the Department of Education seminar series on 24th April 2017. Elaine Kempson 26 Apr 2017
58 Learning French in the primary school classroom: The origins of morphosyntax Professor Florence Myles, University of Essex, gives a talk for the Education department seminar series. Florence Myles 07 Mar 2017
59 Education and the new Conservatism: Social wellbeing, national character and British values Professor Gary McCulloch, UCL Institute of Education, gives a talk for the Education Public seminar series on 27th February 2017. Gary McCulloch 28 Feb 2017
60 The long term implications of devolution and localism for FE in England This lecture explores findings from a SKOPE research project (funded by the FE Trust for Leadership) on the implications of the devolution from central government to localities of certain aspects of post-19 further and adult education. Ewart Keep 10 Feb 2017
61 Creative Commons Imagining a future after schooling Young people navigating uncertainty in contemporary Britain. Graham Butt, Patrick Alexander 31 Jan 2017
62 Creative Commons Stuck! Britain’s social mobility problem The Sutton Trust’s Chief Executive, Dr Lee Elliot Major, will argue that Britain has failed to address its problem of low social mobility, drawing on a range of international evidence. Lee Elliot Major 24 Jan 2017
63 Creative Commons Socio­economic inequalities in education achievement and student outcomes Anna Vignoles, Professor of Education and Director of Research at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge and a trustee of the Nuffield Foundation, gives a talk for the Department of Education Public Seminar Series. Anna Vignoles 17 Jan 2017
64 What are universities for? Keri Facer, Professor of Educational and Social Futures at the University of Bristol, gives the 6th Annual Lecture of the Oxford Education Society, the alumni and friends association of the Department of Education. Keri Facer 16 Jan 2017
65 Schools as workplaces: What makes a school a good place to work? Professor Jane Bryson, Victoria University of Wellington, gives a talk for the department of education public seminar series. Jane Bryson 02 Dec 2016
66 5 years of the EEF Findings, challenges and future priorities Matthew van Poortvliet, Grants Manager, Education Endowment Foundation, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar on 21st November 2016. Matthew van Poortvliet 22 Nov 2016
67 What do undergraduate students really think about money? With Dr Neil Harrison University of the West of England. This seminar will synthesise the findings of four recent research projects focused on contemporary students’ opinions and behaviours around money. Neil Harrison 15 Nov 2016
68 Religion and belief in Britain: The Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life Dr Edward Kessler, University of Cambridge, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series on 7th November 2016. Edward Kessler 08 Nov 2016
69 Does market competition and/or the growth of participation foster diversity in higher education systems? Professor Simon Marginson, ULC Institute of Education, gives a talk for the Department of Education Public Seminar Series. Simon Marginson 01 Nov 2016
70 Education in divided societies: The role of school collaboration Professor Tony Gallagher, University of Belfast, gives a talk for the Department of Education Public Seminar Series on 24th October 2016. Tony Gallagher 31 Oct 2016
71 Making use of international large- scale assessment data in national contexts: PIRLS for Teachers Dr Therese N Hopfenbeck, Department of Education, Oxford, gives a talk for the Department of Education Public Seminar Series on 17th October 2016. Co-written with Dr Jenny Lenkeit Jenny Lenkeit, Therese N Hopfenbeck 31 Oct 2016
72 Creative Commons What Can We Learn from students' reports of their secondary school experiences and their role in shaping academic outcomes at GCSE? This lecture discusses the development of various measures of students experiences and views of their secondary schools based on self report questionnaires taken at ages 14 & 16. Pamela Sammons 02 Jun 2016
73 Measuring and developing second language fluency Professor Judit Kormos, Lancaster University, gives a talk for the Department of Education seminar series. Judit Kormos 02 Jun 2016
74 Promoting quality in education: A dynamic approach to school improvement Professor Leonidas Kyriakides, Department of Education, University of Cyprus, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series. Leonidas Kyriakides 09 Mar 2016
75 Closing the Gap: Issues, challenges and impact of the implementation of a national experiment in educational research Dr Ann Childs, Dr Nigel Fancourt, Dr Roger Firth, Professor Ian Menter and Dr Ian Thompson, Department of Education, Oxford, give a talk for the Department of Education Public Seminar series. Ann Childs, Nigel Fancourt, Roger Firth, Ian Menter 04 Mar 2016
76 The sociolinguistic and pedagogic implications of the spread of English as global language Dr Heath Rose, Department of Education, Oxford, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series. Heath Rose 26 Feb 2016
77 Silence in Japan’s second language classrooms The dynamic interplay between context and learners Dr Jim King, University of Leicester, gives a talk for the Department of Education Public seminar series on 15th February 2016. Jim King 18 Feb 2016
78 Social and emotional early development: A programme to develop children’s social skills and help prevent bullying Daniel Muijs, Professor of Education at the University of Southampton, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series. Daniel Muijs 09 Feb 2016
79 Reimagining liberal education: Affiliation and inquiry in democratic schooling Professor Hanan Alexander, Haifa University, gives a talk for the Department of Education Public Seminar Series. Hanan Alexander 03 Feb 2016
80 Clever Classrooms: Evidence for the impacts of classroom design on learning Professor Peter Barrett, University of Salford, gies a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series on 25th January 2016. Peter Barrett 27 Jan 2016
81 Research into the links between language teacher development and working with children as co- researchers Dr Annamaria Pinter, Warwick University, gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series. Annamaria Pinter 21 Jan 2016
82 The educational progress of looked after children in England: linking care and educational data Professor David Berridge University of Bristol, Professor Judy Sebba, Dr Nikki Luke and Professor Steve Strand, Department of Education give a talk for the Education Seminar Series. The respondent is Ms Emma Ing, Senior HMI Ofsted. David Berridge, Judy Sebba, Nikki Luke, Steve Srand 03 Dec 2015
83 The Education Endowment Foundation Challenges for the future Sir Kevan Collins, Education Endowment Foundation, gives a talk for the Department of Education Public Seminar Series on 23rd Novemner 2015. Sir Kevan Collins 03 Dec 2015
84 The scare tactic: Does it work? Motivating students for test and examinations Professor David Putwain (Edge Hill University) gives a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series. David Putwain 20 Nov 2015
85 How well are children in Sudan taught to read compared to other countries in the Middle East and North Africa? Results of a National Learning Assessment. Seminar looking at education in Sudan and other North African countries. David Johnson 12 Nov 2015
86 ‘Online all the time’ Teachers’ work in the digital age Professor Neil Selwyn, Professor in the Faculty of Education, Monash University, gives a talk for the Department of Education Public Seminars series. Neil Selwyn 05 Nov 2015
87 Parenting support Evidence, policy and practice Professor Geoff Lindsay, University of Warwick, gives a talk for the department of education public seminar series. Geoff Lindsay 28 Oct 2015
88 Assessment and learning: Fields Apart? Professor Jo-Anne Baird, Department of Education, gives a talk for the Department of Education Seminar series on 19th October 2015. Co-written by Professor David Andrich. Introduced by Dr Therese Hopfenbeck. Jo-Anne Baird 22 Oct 2015
89 Impact and Knowledge Exchange in an Evolving Research Environment A panel session reflecting on research impact and knowledge exchange from different angles, from user perspectives and wide public debates, through institutional contexts and the interfaces with different funding bodies, and to international experiences Andrew Dilnot, Claire Donovan, Colette Fagan, Roger Goodman 21 Sep 2015
90 Approaches to facilitating research impact The talk will reflect on ways in which research can lead to impact and how this can be evidenced. The main focus will be on approaches and strategies for increasing impact with respect to the next REF. Simon Kerridge 21 Sep 2015
91 Competing for excellence: Perverse and constructive effects of evaluation machines in academia Professor Paul Wouters discusses the current tensions in the way researchers are being evaluated and assessed and introduces the concept of "evaluation machines" to understand the dynamics behind disconnected assessment practices. Paul Wouters 21 Sep 2015
92 What was I thinking?! - being an academic in the age of impact Reflecting on experience as academic lead for the Warwick Commission for the Future of Cultural Value, Dr Eleonora Belfiore explores the possibilities and challenges that developing a collaborative approach to generating fresh policy thinking entails. Eleonora Belfiore 21 Sep 2015
93 Understanding research impact: analysis of the REF impact case studies Delivering impact from research has become a central feature of the research policy landscape in the UK and beyond, in this seminar Dr Stephen Hill considers what is meant by ‘research impact’ and examines recent impact case studies. Steven Hill 21 Sep 2015
94 In metrics we trust? Impact, indicators & the prospects for social science over the next five years James Wilsdon talks about the role of metrics in researcg assessment and the opportunities & dilemmas for the social sciences & humanities. James Wilsdon, David Walker 21 Sep 2015
95 Design and practice: a study of the design, build and occupation of new schools Prof. Harry Daniels & Hau Ming Tse present an account of ways in which the discourses and practices of school design produce educational spaces which mediate and shape the discourses and practices of teaching and learning when the building is occupied. Harry Daniels, Hau Ming Tse 22 Jun 2015
96 Creative Commons Questioning the UK government’s vision of higher education and social mobility A public seminar from the Department of Education, given by Dr Susan James Relly, Assistant Director of SKOPE. Susan James Relly 09 Jun 2015
97 What Kind of Learning do we want? 21st Century Learning, the Standards Agenda and Expert Learners How can we help students move from being novices to proficient apprentices to experts in the domain? Gordon Stobart 08 Jun 2015
98 Predictability in High-Stakes Assessment: Students’ Approach to Learning This study investigated the predictability of the Leaving Certificate examination in Ireland, where public accusations of predictable exams are of serious concern. Jo-Anne Baird, Therese Hopfenbeck, Daniel Caro 22 May 2015
99 Does being in care provide protection or increase risk? Understanding the outcomes of children in care A public seminar from the Department of Education, given by Professor Janet Boddy, University of Sussex and Professor Donald Forrester, University of Bedfordshire. Janet Boddy, Donald Forrester 13 Apr 2015
100 Education, language and the social brain A public seminar from the Department of Education, given by Dr Neil Mercer, University of Cambridge. Neil Mercer 02 Mar 2015