The Musiceum report has today been published, looking at museums as spaces for early childhood music-making.
CERS professor, Jayne Osgood, has acted as a consultant on the new BBC documentary ‘No More Boys and Girls: Can Our Kids Go Gender Free?’
A special edition of the journal ‘Contemporary Issues in Early’ has been published this month, guest edited by CERS academics Jayne Osgood, Victoria de Rijke and Mona Sakr.
Erasmus Teaching Visit at the University of Palermo (23 May 2017 – 28 May 2017):
On Saturday 18th March Middlesex University hosted a conversation on pedagogy in Higher Education, led by Professor Paul Gibbs
Victoria recently attended The Child and the Book conference in Valencia, Spain, to give a presentation on the radical use of collage in Anti-War Children¹s Picturebooks.
Researchers from Middlesex University and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) have won a six month research project to explore the British Council’s internal and external implementation of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
Earlier this year it was announced that Middlesex University had been chosen to host the 2017 Gender and Education Association Conference
On 19th November Professor Jayne Osgood of CERS gave the keynote presentation at the TACTYC conference.
Professor Jane Hemsley-Brown, from the University of Surrey, gave the first seminar of this academic year for the Higher Education SIGN