Researching the curriculum in schools and colleges: Practice, professionalism and innovation

Gerry Czerniawski

16 April 2018

Gerry Czerniawski

Introducing a special issue of the BERA Blog from the British Curriculum Forum On 24 February 2018 the British Curriculum Forum (BCF) held its third curriculum event for teachers, academics, policymakers and leaders in education. In line with the BCF’s policy of endeavouring to attract more teachers to this forum, the conference took place at the University of Birmingham School and was held on a Saturday. ‘In different ways this collection explores what is meant by...

Reply to Danielle Pée’s BERA blog post, ‘The Power of Relationships’, as applied to research ethics

Alison Fox

20 April 2018

Alison Fox

‘TEF: What next?’ A report on a BERA HE SIG seminar

Amanda French & Colin McCaig

19 April 2018

Amanda French & Colin McCaig

The untapped potential of university–school partnerships

Sue Cronin

18 April 2018

Sue Cronin

Researching the curriculum: The value of published research

Tim Cain

16 April 2018

Tim Cain

The power of relationships: Reflections on social and emotional learning programmes

Danielle Pée

5 April 2018

Danielle Pée

Spaces available for "Islam, Prevent and Fundamental British Values", 10 May 2018 in London. Explore the different ways in which academics& teachers are negotiating developments in the place of Islam in education, Prevent & extremism https://t.co/np0idAsaGn

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The social categories of gender, race, dis-ability, intelligence, sexuality and class in relation to education

David Scott

28 March 2018

 David Scott