NEWS – Professor Suzanne Graham and Dr. Anthony Zhang – both of the University of Reading’s Institute of Education – are part of a new ESRC-funded research project exploring digital development for primary foreign language teachers

The press release below is prepared by the University of Reading’s Press Office, and is also available here. The University of Reading, in partnership with the University of Southampton, will…Read More >

NEWS – Suzy Tutchell (Associate Professor in Art Education, University of Reading) appointed as Convenor of the National Society for Education in Art and Design’s new research group, called GATE – Gender, Art and Transformative Education

Suzy Tutchell (Associate Professor in Art Education, University of Reading) has recently been appointed as Convenor of the National Society for Education in Art and Design’s (NSEAD) new research group,…Read More >

NEWS – Professor Holly Joseph (Professor of Language Education and Literacy Development) and Dr. Daisy Powell (Associate Professor in the Psychology of Written Language) of the University of Reading publish a research paper on whether presenting letters, words, and passages to children in a specialist typeface compared to a standard typeface improved dyslexic children’s reading fluency

Professor Holly Joseph (Professor of Language Education and Literacy Development) and Dr. Daisy Powell (Associate Professor in the Psychology of Written Language) – both of the University of Reading’s Institute…Read More >

NEWS – Professor Naomi Flynn (Professor of Multilingual Education) and Aniqa Leena (a PhD in Education student), both at the University of Reading, presented outcomes from The Talk Rich Teaching Project at the National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC) conference

Professor Naomi Flynn (Professor of Multilingual Education) and Aniqa Leena (a PhD in Education student), both at the University of Reading, presented preliminary findings from their Talk Rich Teaching project at the 30th NALDIC conference earlier…Read More >

NEWS – Update from Dr. Daisy Powell (Associate Professor in the Psychology of Written Language, University of Reading) on her Nuffield Foundation-funded project investigating the effects of an early years’ dialogic reading intervention on children’s progress when they start school

Dr. Daisy Powell (Associate Professor in the Psychology of Written Language, University of Reading) was recently involved in a project to follow up children who had previously taken part in a…Read More >

NEWS – Dr. Rowena Kasprowicz (Associate Professor of Second Language Education, University of Reading) has recently launched the website for her £1.4 million UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship-funded ‘Progression in Primary Languages’ research project

Dr. Rowena Kasprowicz (Associate Professor of Second Language Education, University of Reading) has recently launched the website for her ‘Progression in Primary Languages’ research project. The project runs from January…Read More >

NEWS – Professor Richard Harris (Professor of History Education, University of Reading) and Dr. Maria Kambouri (Associate Professor of Early Childhood Care and Education, University of Reading) secure a combined internal funding of £5,000 to continue their project on working in partnership with parents and teachers about normalising LGBTQ+ conversations in primary schools

Professor Richard Harris (Professor of History Education, University of Reading) and Dr. Maria Kambouri (Associate Professor of Early Childhood Care and Education, University of Reading) have successfully secured a combined funding of £5,000…Read More >

NEWS – New co-authored research paper by Dr. Billy Wong (Associate Professor in Widening Participation, University of Reading) on the ideal student in physics, mathematics, engineering and biology published in the International Studies in Sociology of Education journal

Dr. Billy Wong (Associate Professor in Widening Participation, University of Reading) publishes a latest co-authored research paper from his Supporting Identity Development of Underrepresented Students (SIDUS) project (funded by Imperial…Read More >