‘No more boys and girls’(14/8/2017)-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?'
‘Dark play in digital playscapes’(7/7/2017)-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.
Teaching Citizenship Journal(5/6/2017)-The latest edition of ‘Teaching Citizenship’ has been published. This is edited by Lee Jerome and Gavin Baldwin, at Middlesex University, and is the only journal for citizenship teachers in England.
Pedagogical conversation(7/4/2017)-On Saturday 18th March Middlesex University hosted a conversation on pedagogy in Higher Education, led by Professor Paul Gibbs
The Child and the Book(3/4/2017)-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.
Expert commentary on grammar schools(20/9/2016)-The British Prime Minister Theresa May's idea of selective grammar schools has caught the attention of the main newspaper in Finland, Helsingin Sanomat, inviting comment from Leena Robertson.
Creative methods symposium(14/9/2016)-On 9th September CERS held a symposium around the use of creative methods in teaching and learning in higher education.
Dr Mona Sakr wins MDXSU Teaching Award(19/4/2016)-Dr Mona Sakr, Lecturer in Education and Early Childhood Studies, based in CERS won the 'Best Feedback' award in this year's MDXSU Teaching Awards.
Art is…(19/4/2016)-In honour of the 100th anniversary of Dada - in a costume modeled on that of Dadaist Hugo Ball - Director of CERS Victoria De Rijke performed at the TATE 'Art is...' event on 9th April 2016.