Alix Robertson, Baz Ramaiah and Vanessa Joshua of The Centre for Education and Youth (along with their expert guests) explore developments in education and youth research and policy. There is a particular focus on how research can affect teachers, educational leaders and policy makers as well as others with a wider interest in improving outcomes for all of our young people. This is a UK based show.
#004 - CfEY LIVE: What works for work experience?
In this episode, CfEY’s Vanessa Joshua is joined by Matt Lent, CEO of Spark!, a charity that works with schools and businesses to match local employers with young people to engage in high-quality work experience. CfEY is working with Spark! to evaluate a work experience programme they are supporting, in collaboration with an alternative provision...
#003 – The Life Pedagogic: Baroness Estelle Morris
In the third episode in our new podcast series, The Life Pedagogic, Baz Ramaiah speaks to Baroness Estelle Morris.
#003 - CfEY LIVE: Transitions in the era of levelling up
Vanessa Joshua is joined by colleague Billy Huband-Thompson, and Hannah Asquith, CEO of Youth Concern, to discuss transitions in the era of levelling up.
#002 - The Life Pedagogic: John Hattie and Kyle Hattie
In the second episode of our 'Life Pedagogic' series, Baz Ramaiah interviews Professor John Hattie, author of 'Visible Learning', and his son, primary school teacher Kyle Hattie.
#002 - CfEY LIVE: Evaluating Youth Work
CfEY's Vanessa Joshua is joined by colleague Abi Angus, and Adam Muirhead, Director of Youth Work at The Trust for Developing Communities, to discuss evaluating youth work.
#001 - The Life Pedagogic: Sir Tim Brighouse
CfEY is delighted to announce the first episode in our second new podcast series – The Life Pedagogic, hosted by CfEY Associate Baz Ramaiah.
This new series of CfEY’s Youth and Education Podcast will feature interviews with the giants of the education and youth world, providing insights into their lives, careers and what they have learned about improving young people’s experiences.
In this premier episode, speaks to school improvement icon Sir Tim Brighouse