Entries by Event Coordinator

Blog roundup #rED17

Here’s a roundup of blogs written about the researchED 2017 National Conference. If you’ve also written a blog and would like to have it posted here, let us know: support@researchED.org.uk. Teaching it real Last week I was lucky enough to attend the ResearchEd national conference in London. I have spent the last week mulling over […]

Raving about #rEDWash

Written by @polymathish Aside from not having a minute to spare during this hectic week to record my thoughts on my amazing experiences at #rEDWash, I needed some time to reflect on the brilliant sessions I attended. The researchED series of events is, bar none, the best PD I’ve ever attended. The ideas presented are challenging, […]

Northern Lights: researchED Scandinavia lands in Sweden

Tom Bennett writes from the land of long boats, snow and Lisbeth Salander about the latest international researchEd conference Centuries ago, Vikings rattled coastal Britain with battle-axes and hammers; it’s only fair that we get to do the same, only this time with lanyards. The researchED longship beached in Gothenburg this weekend for our latest […]

test presentation

John Smith’s presentation is about researching very interesting things. His qualitative research has been studied by many a phD candidate and I think you’ll agree that he’s amazing. Here is his presentation. 12 Minutes To Create A Mind Changing Presentation from Andreas von der Heydt

researchED Maths and Science launches in 2016

researchED is proud to announce our first event dealing specifically with maths and sciences in education.  We’ve teamed up with Oxford University Press to build a day for everyone involved in these two key areas. researchED was started in 2013 in response to what I saw as a real hunger in the teaching profession for […]

Dutch Coven: researchED Amsterdam builds bridges

This piece was originally going to be puntastically subtitled ‘researchED Amsterdam is Gogh!’ until I actually checked and found that the phonemes match wasn’t quite as cute as I’d imagined. That illustrates a nice puzzle I’ve learned to expect since I started researchED in 2013: how do you dig up an idea from one soil […]