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In this seminar, I will discuss the current issues surrounding maths anxiety and mathematical resilience, focusing particularly on work with students in higher education who are not mathematicians but have some form of mathematics or statistics on their course.
In this talk, Professor Pashby will draw on critiques of global competence to raise the ‘diversity dilemma’ at the heart of work towards SDG 4.7.
We invite A-level and equivalent home-schooled students to hear about research of the importance of identities when going to university.
Exploring Interpersonal Language in MOOC Lectures: A Comparison of High- and Low-Rated Courses
PhD in Global Education: Webinar Open Sessions
Part-time MA by Research in Global Education: Webinar Open Sessions
The research aims to evaluate the influence of the congruence of tuition fees and ranking scores of HEIs on international students’ cognitive and behavioural responses.
Neurodiversity (Specific Learning Differences; SpLDs) and the Student Academic Experience: co-creating a mixed method project to explore the lived experiences of neurodivergent students studying at the University of Warwick
Unmasking educational inequalities: The impact of Covid-19 on deaf* students in higher education
This webinar will discuss insights emerging from a currently evolving hybrid research, teaching and public engagement approach built on participatory mapping and playful design elements, aimed at promoting what Howard Odum called “the macroscope”: a capacity to holistically engage with large patterns.
Developing Global Citizenship Competences in Language Learning and Teaching through Collaborative Online International Learning and Virtual Exchange
This final symposium will share results of the Access and inclusion for students with disabilities higher education network – in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) ALIGN project - a GCRF and Academy of Medical Sciences grant that supported the development of a network of universities in the ASEAN region, led by Coventry University in the UK, and Philippine Normal University, Philippines.
In the past decade, there has been an evolution, or rather a revolution, in the development of new forms of TNE programmes between the UK and different world regions of which East Asia hosts the most TNE students. In a nutshell, these higher education learning programmes are provided outside the UK but lead to an award of a UK degree-awarding institution. In some partnerships this might be a joint or dual award.
Do Sustainable Development Goals provide common goals and a common language for UK-Asia research partnerships?
The adoption of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015 represents both challenges and opportunities for universities in East Asia and the UK.
At this special event we will present our initial research findings from the PEER Project and hold a Roundtable Policy Dialogue.
The Centre for Global Learning are delighted to invite you to this event entitled 'Understanding disparities in degree awarding: Introducing a novel Difference Index (DI) to measure relationships between module characteristics, module marks, and student ethnicity', taking place virtually on 11 May 2022.
The London Institute invites you to submit an abstract to the Research Methodology Conference (RMC-2022) that will be held in partnership with Coventry University’s Centre for Global Learning (GLEA).
Coventry University's Research Centre for Global Learning invites you to this seminar focused on a three-year project iKudu.
Implications of Childhood Learning Disabilities and Adult-Age Mental Health Problems, Lack of Education, and Unemployment
The seminar will talk about a study on the impact of diverse subtypes of learning disabilities (LD) on adult-age mental health, education, and employment.
This seminar will report from a range of staff and student voices, discussing the positive and negative aspects of the changes, and specifically report on early findings from the research into the positive impact on the attainment gap.