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The Institute of Childhood and Education (ICE) brings together work in teacher education and areas relating to childhood and the experiences of families particularly as they relate to young people. ICE contributes to the education and wellbeing of children, families, learners and professionals - both inside and outside of the school system by:
- providing excellent professional and academic education programmes that focus on the needs of schools and other institutions in Leeds, West Yorkshire and beyond;
- exchanging knowledge with fellow professionals, organisations and agencies to contribute and enrich our academic expertise, and creating knowledge through research;
- promoting and practising inclusion;
- collaborating with individuals and organisations that share our values, to build resilience, enhance practice, extend knowledge and widen horizons.
ICE’s research strategy has focused on building capacity to conduct applied research that is valued by our partners, particularly around broad themes of social inclusion and education, with a clear focus on achieving impact.
Teaching in the Institute is organised into the departments of Children, Young People and Families, and Teacher Education. Within these two departments strategic research themes have been further developed through interdisciplinary collaborations between ICE staff with different academic backgrounds creating a sustainable focus for debate and exploration of issues, and thereby contributing to the vitality of the research environment. This strategy has involved wider networking with other academics in the region and beyond thereby maximising opportunities for regional collaborations which make the most of national resources. The Institute’s research and knowledge exchange expertise is focused on three broad areas of Social Inclusion, Education and Philosophy Ethics and Religion.
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Age matters? The moderating effect of age on the longitudinal relationship between upward and downward comparisons on Instagram and identity processes during emerging adulthoodNoon, E., Vranken, I. & Schreurs, L., 29 Apr 2022, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Emerging Adulthood.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile9 Downloads (Pure)
Morgan, L. & Turner, I., 1 May 2022, In: ASE International. 1, 15, p. 10 -13 4 p., 15.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Glazzard, J. (Recipient), 2015
Prize: National/international honour
Hoath, Leigh (Recipient), Dec 2021
Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)
Michelle Nattrass (Chair)31 Mar 2022
Activity: Academic conference/seminar/workshop › Invited talk (academic)
Joseph Nelson (Participant)9 Jun 2022 → 10 Jun 2022
Activity: Knowledge Exchange – Non-academic conference/seminar/workshop › Conference
Press / Media
1 Media contribution
Press/Media: Expert Comment