The programme is themed according to the Faculty’s Research Networks, so that you can identify the sessions most of interest to you.

NetworkOn the programme as
Higher Education Research NetworkHERN
Children’s Agency and Rights in EducationCARE
Teacher EducationITE
Curriculum & PedagogyC&P
Identity, Diversity and InclusionIDI
Wednesday 26th June
Day 1
13:00 Registration opens
Refreshments available
13.30 Conference Opens 

Welcome from the Dean of the Faculty of Education 
Introduction to the Conference: Associate Dean for Research 
13.45Keynote Lecture 1 
Losing Time: the case for reforming our approach to the future in higher education
Professor Elizabeth Chapman Hoult
15.15Coffee Break
15.30 Parallel sessions 1 – PGR, ECR, ITE & HERN
17:15Parallel sessions 2 – ITE, IDI, HERN & CARE
18.45End of Day 1
Thursday 27th June
Day 2
08.00-08.45 Morning mindfulness
Led by Natalie Reynolds
08.30 Registration opens
09.15 Conference Opens
Welcome to Day 2
09.30 Keynote: Panel discussion

Dr John Cater Vice Chancellor, Edge Hill University Professor

Elizabeth Chapman Hoult National Teaching Fellow, Department of Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing, Northumbria University

Professor Paul Ashwin Professor of Higher Education and Deputy Director of the Centre for Global Higher Education, Lancaster University

Nina Parkin Assistant Principal, University & Adult Education, Burnley College
10.45 Coffee Break
11.15 Parallel sessions 3 – IDI, ITE & HERN
12.45 Buffet Lunch
Digital Posters review & conversation with the authors  
13.45 Parallel sessions 4 -CARE, IDI, ITE & HERN
15.15 Coffee Break
15.45 Teacher Education research launch and partnership consultation
Professor David Aldridge
16.45Short break
17.00 ResearchLab LIVE!
In collaboration with Learning and Skills Research Network

Introduction, Dr Rachel Marsden, ResearchLab Lead, and Jo Fletcher-Saxon, LSRN
Opening Keynote, Professor Vicky Duckworth
Rachel Allen, Ashton Sixth Form College, “The Messiness of Managing Behaviour of Level 2 Learners in Sixth Form Education” 
Carrie-Anne Sturt, Edge Hill University, “The purpose of SEND in FE and professional development”
Each presentation will be followed by an opportunity for reflections and questions
18.15 Barbecue plus beer, wine, and soft drinks  
Friday 28th June
Day 3
08.00-08.45 Morning mindfulness
Led by Natalie Reynolds
09.00 Registration
09.30 Parallel sessions 5 – HERN & IDI
11.00 Coffee break
11.30 Keynote Lecture 2
What are we educating students for?
Professor Paul Ashwin
13.00  Prizes / Closing address  
13.30  ACRE Writing Retreat and research mentoring drop in

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