GSE Lecture Series - St Luke's Day Lecture - Professor Gemma Moss (Institute of Education, University College London)

A Graduate School of Education seminar
Date18 October 2021
Time16:30 to 18:00

Rebuilding education post COVID

In many different ways, the COVID pandemic has highlighted some of the deep-rooted problems in the way the education system in England currently runs. Drawing on data collected from a series of research projects conducted at UCL Institute of Education, tracking how schools, staff and parents reacted to the crisis, this webinar will consider  the main lessons learnt, and how that knowledge at the frontline can be harnessed so that we do end up with a more resilient and socially just education system going forward.

 

About the Speaker

Gemma Moss is professor of literacy and director of the International Literacy Centre at the UCL Institute of Education. Prior to that she was a professor at the University of Bristol. She is interested in the shifting relationships between policymakers, practitioners and stakeholders that are reshaping the literacy curriculum, and the use of research evidence to support policy and practice.

She was president of BERA between 2015 and 2017, and has served on BERA Council and as the Association’s vice president, as well as acting as the convenor of BERA’s Educational Research and Educational Policy-Making special interest group.

 

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