Birmingham City University's annual research conference, RESCON, took place on Wednesday 5 April at The Curzon Building.
This year, the primary focus of the event was on STEAM, with presentations and posters presented on putting multiple literacies at the heart of STEAM pedagogies, the collaborative innovations of STEAMhouse and connecting communities through STEAM. There were also presentations on music education partnerships, ageing research and health science strategies, among others.
RESCON's keynote speaker was Christopher Rose from Rhode Island School of Design, who spoke about the value of embodied professional learning.
Highlights of the conference can be found here on the University's research Storify page.