Education for Justice

Leyla Tavernaro-Haidarian

11 June 2019

Leyla Tavernaro-Haidarian

Societies in many parts of the world are still dealing with the colonial legacy of educational systems that served a privileged few. Efforts are constantly made to redress the resulting historic imbalances by innovating curricula to promote social justice. Two issues that are often talked about in this context are ‘decolonisation’ and ‘development’ (see Tavernaro-Haidarian 2018). How are these terms usually understood, how can they be thought of differently and what role do...

Encouraging educational research into nature, outdoor learning and play

Tracy Hayes & Mark Leather

17 June 2019

Tracy Hayes & Mark Leather

Curriculum coherence facilitates school development

Jenni Sullanmaa, Kirsi Pyhältö, Janne Pietarinen & Tiina Soini

14 June 2019

Jenni Sullanmaa, Kirsi Pyhältö, Janne Pietarinen & Tiina Soini

Lifelong learning ecologies: The challenge of capturing emergent forms of learning

Juliana E. Raffaghelli

12 June 2019

Juliana E. Raffaghelli

Technology-mediated learning theory: A holistic and field-specific referent for the analysis of technology-enhanced learning

Matt Bower

7 June 2019

Matt Bower

The roles of school leaders and teachers in a technology-facilitated instructional reform

Yanyan Sun

5 June 2019

Yanyan Sun

Exploring synchronous, remote collaborative interaction between learners using multi-touch tables in UK primary schools

Andrew Joyce-Gibbons, Gary Beauchamp, James McNaughton, Nick Young & Tom Crick

3 June 2019

Andrew Joyce-Gibbons, Gary Beauchamp, James McNaughton, Nick Young & Tom Crick