Inaugural Lectures

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Created: 2013-05-22 13:13
Institution: Faculty of Education
Description: From time to time new professors join the Faculty of Education, either through appointment to an advertised post or through promotion to professorial rank. It has become the custom, reasonably early in their tenure, for new professors to give an inaugural lecture, invitations to which are extended to colleagues within, and beyond, the University of Cambridge, and to the Professors’ family and friends. The Faculty is delighted to announce that, during Easter Term 2013, inaugural lectures will be given by Professors Anna Vignoles, Jan Vermunt and Morag Styles.
 

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Teacher learning and student learning: are they related?

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This is the video recording of the inaugural lecture given by Professor Jan Vermunt at the Faculty of Education of the University of Cambridge on 22nd May 2013.

Collection: Inaugural Lectures

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Wed 12 Jun 2013


The importance of number: the future of quantitative methods in education research

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Anna Vignoles' Inaugural Lecture, 9 May 2013

Collection: Inaugural Lectures

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Wed 22 May 2013


What is the Point of a Faculty of Education?

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What is the point of a faculty of education? The imperative for discipline-specific educational research within university education departments (A public professorial lecture at...

Collection: Inaugural Lectures

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Wed 13 Nov 2019


Wid mi riddem, wid me rime... wid me own sense of time

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This is the video recording of both the inaugural and valedictory lecture given by Professor Morag Styles at the Faculty of Education of the University of Cambridge on 13th June...

Collection: Inaugural Lectures

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Tue 25 Jun 2013