Through adversity comes strength: Educational policy reform and developing research capacity in Wales

Kevin Smith

14 November 2018

Kevin Smith

Introducing a special issue of the BERA Blog on education in Wales, to mark the conference, ‘The future of educational research in Wales’, held in Cardiff on 14 November 2018. Education in Wales is currently experiencing an unprecedented level of reform. In Successful Futures, Professor Graham Donaldson (2015) introduced a radical reimagining of the national curriculum for Wales that minimised the structuring of learning outcomes and skills into discrete subject groups, and...

In pursuit of a secure base? Education commentary in times of socio-political uncertainty

Pam Jarvis

10 December 2018

Pam Jarvis

Arresting ‘epistemic violence’: Decolonising the national curriculum for history

Marlon Moncrieffe

6 December 2018

Marlon Moncrieffe

Can biology A-levels be trusted to look after the future teaching of high quality ecological science?

Stephen Tilling

4 December 2018

Stephen Tilling

The challenge of researching dialogic interactions in digital classroom contexts

Louis Major & Sara Hennessy

3 December 2018

Louis Major & Sara Hennessy

Am I actually teaching historical thinking and reasoning?

Súsanna Margrét Gestsdóttir

30 November 2018

Súsanna Margrét Gestsdóttir

Cach up on the BERA Blog, ‘Confusion, contradiction and exclusion: The problems of British values and the national curriculum in history teaching’ by Andrew Mansfield. Read it here https://t.co/oiDoI5Wao4 https://t.co/MDDHXU9KgE

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Call for papers for BERJ special issue: ‘Ethical Questions in Educational Research’ We encourage contributions that will consider ethical concerns in educational research across a broad range of settings and disciplinary perspectives.Find out more! https://t.co/7CPKmc4qfD

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A pedagogy of multiliteracies: Young children and multimodal learning with tablets

Nicola Yelland

28 November 2018

Nicola Yelland