BERA is undertaking a major review of all our awards with a view to relaunching them later this year. Details of the greatly expanded range will be found here.
We currently have the following award schemes which run each year:
- Meeting of Minds Fellowships
- BERA Doctoral Dissertation Award
- BERA SAGE Practitioner Awards
- BCF/ BERA/ Routledge Curriculum Journal Prize
- BJET Fellowship
- BERJ paper of the Year
In addition we offer a number of bursaries to attend our Annual Conference, funds to represent BERA internationally and a Poster Prize at Conference.
BERA Doctoral Dissertation Award Winner
Stephen Rogers (University of Manchester) - An Investigation Into New Labour Education Policy: Personalisation, Young People, Schools and Modernity
Alison Buckler (The Open University) - Understanding the Professional Lives of Female Teachers in Rural Sub-Saharan African Schools: A Capability Perspective
Peter Dudley (University of Cambridge) - Lessons for Learning: How Teachers Learn in Contexts of Lesson Study
BERA/SAGE Practitioner Award Winners
Rachel Barrell and Sarah Oxford (University of Worcester) - The Value of Collaboration: Raising Confidence and Skills in Information Literacy with First Year Initial Teacher Education Students,
Under 18 category
Camilla Stanger - Problem Girls? Understanding and addressing the problematic behaviour of young women in the urban 16-19 college, through the use of girls' dance and discussion groups
Evaluating the reliability of complex qualifications by Tom Benton (Cambridge Assessment)
Developing practitioner capability: is lack of reflection the student's fault by Sara Smith (University of Wolverhampton)
BERJ Paper of the year 2013
Elizabeth Rata Vol 38 No1 The politics of knowledge
Commendations go to the following 2 papers:
Anthony Kelly Vol 38, No 6 Measuring ‘equity’ and ‘equitability’ in school effectiveness research
Carl Bagley & Ricardo Castro-Salazar Vol 38, No 2 Critical arts-based research in education: performing undocumented histories.
The standard of applications for this year was very high and we would like to commend all those who applied. Further details will be published on our website and in Research Intelligence in due course.