Ahead of a public discussion next week, Dr Jennie Bristow looks at how the experience of the pandemic can help sociologists gain a valuable insight into generations and what they are or are not.
An update on the Gray update
Dr Sarah Lieberman discusses Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s statement on the Sue Gray report in the House of Commons.
Can we take more responsibility for counteracting the impact of Covid-19 in higher education?
Rita Molnar promotes teachers’ awareness on co-operative social learning.
Pandemic panic: Covid and the claustropolitan university?
Chris Beighton asks if online learning is enhancing our creative thinking.
Emotional health in home-school relationships: parents and school staff supporting one another through times of change
Wendy Cobb and Bea Stevenson discuss how parents and school staff can work together to support themselves and young people to continue to thrive as we navigate through a global pandemic.
Scientific concern for easing lockdown too soon
Professor Simon Harvey explains why he and over 100 UK scientists have signed a letter warning about plans to ease easing lockdown.
Beyond COVID-19: Rethinking Early Years Education
As the government considers how and when to reopen our schools, Wendy Cobb and Tom Troppe explore the topic and discuss whether early years education should be re-evaluated.
Does soil make you feel good?
A recent report suggests microbes found in soil may have an antidepressant effect and as it’s National Gardening Week, and the country is still on lockdown – some are spending more time planting and pruning. John Hills asks if soil can make us feel good?
Engaging with the Corona Generation
Dr Jennie Bristow discusses generational consciousness and the effect of the global Covid-19 pandemic on our young people.