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Centre for Neuroscience in Education

 

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The Centre for Neuroscience in Education endeavours to share our research findings as widely as possible through a variety of media, as well through different methods of public engagement. Here we give a flavour of our radio, TV and press coverage, our talks for the public, and provide links to recorded materials that are still available.

If you would like to know more, you can consult our Talks and Engagement, Press Articles, Radio, Podcasts and Television pages, which contains detailed information on all our events.

 

British Educational Research Association (BERA) - 26/08/20

"In Conversations with... Professor Usha Goswami". Having been awarded the 2020 John Nisbet Fellowship by BERA, Professor Usha Goswami is interviewed by BERA President Professor Dominic Wyse. She discusses her research on the relation between phonology and reading, the role of rhyme and rhythm in dyslexia, as well as practices and policies in education that can support literacy.

Brentwood School - 09/07/20

Isabel Williams gave a presentation to and had a discussion with an A-Level student about working in Psychology. 

STEMroller - Empowering Female Students - 29/02/20

An opportunity for students between 11-19 to come and network with fifty women working in STEM fields, as well as watch them compete in a friendly roller derby match. Dr. Áine Ní Choisdealbha was one of the professionals speaking to the students and playing in the ensuing games.

BBC Radio 4 - 19/12/19

Woman's Hour. Professor Usha Goswami speaks to presenter Jenni Murray about the importance of rhythm to developing language skills in children. The relevant clip begins at 11:20. 

Times Educational Supplement - 08/11/19

"We must understand the root causes of dyslexia". Catherine Lough interviews Professor Usha Goswami to discuss the work of CNE and how the centre came to be founded.