Events and Seminars

EVENT: UK-Japan Symposium on Intercultural Communication & International Universities

ALC staff members Adam Brandt and Chris Leyland are organising an international symposium to take place here at Newcastle University in early September!

Location: King George VI Building
Time/Date: 5th September 2016 - 6th September 2016, 10:30 - 17:00

EVENT: The impact of poverty on education – New evidence on an old problem

An event hosted by Newcastle University Institute for Social Renewal in conjunction with Children North East and Schools North East, exploring the impact of poverty on education from a number of perspectives and launching an evaluation of the ‘Poverty Proofing the School Day’ initiative.

Location: Newcastle University, The Beehive, Old Library Building
Time/Date: 12th July 2016, 16:00 - 19:00

EVENT: Community Curriculum

A free event for those of you who believe in a rounded and fair education for young people in the 21st century

Location: Herschel Building
Time/Date: 8th July 2016, 08:45 - 15:30

International Development and Education Online Chat

Professor Pauline Dixon, Degree Programme Director for our MA in International Development and Education, will answer your questions about studying International Development at Newcastle University.

Location: Online
Time/Date: 6th July 2016, 12:00 - 13:00

Education: International Perspectives Online Chat

Dr Hanneke Jones, Degree Programme Director for our MA in Education: International Perspectives, will answer your questions about studying the degree at Newcastle University.

Location: Online
Time/Date: 5th July 2016, 12:00 - 13:00

Cross Cultural Communication Online Chat

Dr Adam Brandt, Degree Programme Director for our MA degrees in Cross Cultural Communication, will answer your questions about studying Cross Cultural Communication at Newcastle University.

Location: Online
Time/Date: 4th July 2016, 12:00 - 13:00

EVENT: Comparing Parent-Reported and Directly-Observed Child Language and Parenting Behaviours

Parent-report and direct observational measures are frequently used to assess child outcomes and evaluate intervention success, although it is unclear whether these methods are interchangeable. 

Location: Seminar Room 2, Lower Ground Barbara Strang Teaching Centre (formerly Bedson Teaching Centre)
Time/Date: 15th June 2016, 13:00 - 14:30

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