School of Education and Social Work

Centre for Teaching and Learning Research (CTLR)

Welcome to CTLR

The Centre for Teaching and Learning Research (CTLR) is engaged with research on all aspects of learning and teaching in a wide range of educational contexts, official and informal. It places particular emphasis on schooling, transitions, equity and inclusion.

The Centre has exceptional expertise in professional learning, collaborative practitioner enquiry and in investigating the relationship between theory, practice and policy from Early Years to Higher Education contexts and settings..

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Date: Monday 19 March, 2018
Time: 12-1.30pm
Venue: Room G22, Jubilee
Speaker: Dr Silvia Morelli, Professor and Research Chair in Curriulum and Didactics, School of Educational Sciences, National University of Rosario, Argentina
Title: Curriculum, Teaching and Interdisciplinarity
Seminar Promo: CTLR seminar promo: 19march2018 [PDF 109.01KB]

Is Music in the Curriculum Facing Extinction?

Following the CTLR seminar presented by Duncan Mackrill (Senior Lecturer) and Dr Ally Daubney (Senior Teaching Fellow) at Varndean School on Monday 29 January at which they presented their findings from a study on the status of Music in the secondary school curriculum, check out their slides, some documentation relating to their study and links to media coverage on our Research seminars page.


The Centre for #Teaching and #Learning #Research (CTLR) at the University of Sussex #education #UKedchat

RT @AllyDaubney: Pleased that our @SussexCTLR research on secondary music 2012-2016/17 is being shared at a @PolicyUK event this mor……

Teacher Ed in a context of occupation and siege. @HampdenThompson

Full house for Mariam Attia's seminar on teacher ed in Gaza. @SussexCIE

Join us today 4.30 Dr Mariam Attia talk on Teacher Education in a Context of Occupation and Siege: The Case of Gaza…

Join us Dr Attia's Seminar Teacher Education in a Context of Occupation and Siege: The Case of #Gaza 6/11 , 4.30……

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Key Contacts

Dr Louise Gazeley, Senior Lecturer

Research Fellow:
Sindi Gordon