Cyd-Gyfarwyddwr WISERD
Cardiff University

Chris is a Professor of Education at Cardiff University and Co-Director of WISERD. Chris led the Welsh Government funded independent three-year evaluation of the Foundation Phase. He also helped lead the recent evaluation of the Pupil Development Grant (PDG). Chris has published extensively on a range of educational issues, from early years education to widening access to Higher Education. He was awarded the inaugural Hugh Owen Medal for his contribution to educational research in Wales by the Learned Society for Wales in 2017. Chris is involved in three work packages of the ESRC Civil Society research centre in WISERD. These are interested in (i) the social contribution of graduates, (ii) the role of grandparents in the early years, and (iii) the intergenerational transmission of civil society. Prior to this he was awarded an ESRC Fellowship to use the Millennium Cohort Study to compare children’s development across different countries of the UK.


WISERDEducation Multi Cohort Study
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Research Team:
Sally Power (Cardiff University), Chris Taylor (Cardiff University), Constantino Dumangane Jr. (Cardiff University), Rhian Barrance (Cardiff University), Jennifer Hampton (Cardiff University), Daniel Evans (Cardiff University), Kimberly Horton (Cardiff University), Kathryn Sharp, Kevin Smith (Cardiff University), Mirain Rhys (Cardiff Metropolitan University)
Cardiff Lunchtime Seminar
Grand parenting and the early years
6 Mehefin 2017 |
Cardiff
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