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Research groups

Research in the Southampton Education School is grouped within four formal Research Centres plus several smaller Special Interest Groups (SIGs), each of which is affiliated to one of the Centres.

For more information about our research structure, please refer to the Research Centres page. A complete list in alphabetic sequence of research centres, affiliated groups and SIGs is shown below.

GroupStatus
Design and utilisation of digital technologies Active
Educational and career decision-making Active
Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Active
Higher Education Research Group Active
Inclusion and Special Education Active
Internationalisation of HE Special Interest Group Active
Language and Literacy in Education Active
Leadership, School Improvement and Effectiveness (LSIE) Research Centre Active
Lifelong and Work-Related Learning (LaWRL) Research Centre Active
Marketing and Marketisation in Education Active
Mathematics and Science Education (MaSE) Research Centre Active
Mathematics Education Special Interest Group Active
Quantitative Methodologies Special Interest Group Active
Race and Ethnicity Special Interest Group Active
Research in Teacher Education (RITE) Special Interest Group Active
School Improvement and Effectiveness Active
Science Education Special Interest Group Active
Social Justice and Inclusive Education (SJIE) Research Centre Active
South Asian Communities (SAC) special interest group Active
Teaching and learning through the life-course Active
Work-related and Workplace Learning Active
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