Education Research Symposium at Oxford
Education Research Symposium at Oxford

Suggested Topics

The comprehensive objective of the Symposium suggests the following range of areas of research which may be considered for presentations. Within the scope of these topics, there are other more nuanced research subjects which may bear investigation. The listing is not intended to be exhaustive and is not conceived as placing constraints on the substance or type of research that may be presented at the Symposium.

Assessment and Evaluation Secondary Instruction
Effects of Standards Secondary STEM Learning
Evaluating Effective Schools School Improvement
Student Assessments Essential Curriculum
Classroom/School Assessments Deterrents to Learning
  School Improvement
Elementary Instruction Transition to College
Health and the Child  
Elementary STEM Learning Early Childhood
Reading Progress Reading Preparation
Improving Learning Early Literacy
Mathematics Assessment Writing a Language
Early Science Assessment Speech Intelligibility
  At-Risk Children
Gender Equity Technology and the Young Child
Gender Discrimination Early Childhood Pedagogy
Economics of Sex  
Glass Ceilings Language Arts and Literacy
Sex and Religion Bilingualism
Gender Separation Multilingualism
Equal Orientation English as a Second Language
  Music Education
Special Education Humanities
Manifestation of Disability  
Parental Involvement Pedagogy
Least Restrictive Environment Science of Teaching
Regression Recoupment High-Quality Teaching
Related Services Teacher Mentoring
  In-Service Techniques
Foundations Instructional Methods
Philosophy  
Forms of Knowledge Post-Secondary Education
Diversity Cost
Social Justice Accreditation
Racial Equality Workforce development
  Community Colleges
Government Funding of Religion  
Vouchers Counselling and Psychology
Catholic Schools School Psychology
Muslim Schools Human Development
Clerical Schools Development of Adolescents
Evangelical Schools Motivation
  Self-Perception
Politics and Education Social-Emotional Competence
Democratic governance Studies Cognition
Community Power Meta-Cognition
Teacher Unionism and Collective Bargaining  
Testing and Standards-Based Accountability Society and Education
Politics of Policymaking Politics of Education
Curriculum Politics Economic Disadvantages
Desegregation and the Pursuit of Equal Opportunity Immigration Studies
Political Cultures and Public Values Ethnic Studies
Globalization, International and Comparative Politics Education Law
Judicial and Legal Politics  
Urban Politics and Mayoral Control Education Finance
Market Politics Returns of Investment
Family Choice Reconsidered Human Capital Theory
Research and Knowledge Utilization Social Externalities
Federalism and the Centralization of Control Economic Growth
Linking Schools to Other Social Services Equality
   
For-Profit Higher Education School Governance
Student debt debacle in the US Rationalising Universal Education
  Teacher Unions
Higher Education Systems and University Management Governance Accountability
Population Trends Charter Schools
Costs Health and Drugs
Governing Boards  
  Instructional Methods
Instructional Design Online Education
Emerging technologies Internet Applications
Policy and Law Multimedia
Teaching and Learning Distance Education

 

Abstract Submission and Registration is now open the virtual December session. Reviews are conducted on a rolling basis and notifications are sent within ten days of submission. 

All current registrations will apply to future meetings and will have priority presentation slots at in person 2021 and futer meetings.

2020 Virtual Meeting Dates

 

7 & 8 December

Abstract submission  – 16 November 

Early registration – 24 August

Regular registration – 20 November

 

Some participants from the summer 2019 symposium
Some participants from the summer 2018 symposium
Some participants from the summer 2017 symposium at St Johns College, Oxford University
St John's College - venue of Summer 2017 Symposium
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