The Shakespeare Institute is an amazing place to study Shakespeare. It’s got a pool of extraordinary world-class experts here. We’ve got experts in Shakespearea and performance, Shakespeare in theatre history, editing, Digital Shakespeare, Shakespeare on screen, Shakespeare in prisons – really almost any approach to Shakespeare is represented here at the highest level. Stratford-upon-Avon is
Why I hope that teachers in the UK and around the world will want to come and study Shakespeare and Education with us here is because we want to really understand what role does Shakespeare have in the lives of young people. It’s not good enough to just say everybody has to study it, so
Hello my name is Grace and I am a student in the MA Art History and Curating programme here at the University of Birmingham. In this video I’d like to share a little bit about my programme and give you insight into what we study so that you can be more prepared when you apply.
My name’s Ben Hooper. I completed a PGCE in Education in Science: Biology and I graduated in 2016. I’m currently a science teacher and SENCO at Sidney Stringer Academy which is an outstanding Academy in the center of Coventry. I chose Birmingham for my teacher training because it’s quite an exciting University. It’s well known,
on this date in 1969 a university was born a university destined to change forever when Birmingham shining steel air had come to a halt we were there just a small light in a dark valley we started at the bedside of a patient asking how are you and what can we do to help
Industrial Revolution 18th – 19th Century The economic developments of the 1800s saw the development of agrarian and handicraft economies in Europe and America transform into industrial, urbanized ones. The term to describe this phenomenon would be known as the “Industrial Revolution,” and was first used by French writers, but made popular by English economic