Making sense of education as a field of study

Geoff Whitty (convenor), John Furlong, Gary McCulloch, Jim Hordern

24 November 2017

Geoff Whitty (convenor), John Furlong, Gary McCulloch, Jim Hordern

The study of education consists of a range of traditions with distinct origins, purposes and foci. Judge and colleagues have shown how education developed as a field of study in markedly different ways in different countries (Judge et al, 1994), while Schriewer (2009) has shown how the provenance of the field can have lasting effects on its nature today. Informed by historical and comparative perspectives, a symposium at BERA Conference 2017 – convened by Geoff Whitty with Gert...

Sites of resistance: Gypsies, Roma and Travellers in school, community and the academy

Andrew Ryder

11 December 2017

Andrew Ryder

Bringing policy into being through word and code

Jennifer Clutterbuck

7 December 2017

Jennifer Clutterbuck

Preventing what? The flawed assumptions at the heart of the Prevent duty

Anna Lockley-Scott

4 December 2017

Anna Lockley-Scott

Telling stories: How can narrative practices better support education professionals during times of transition?

Penny Amott

30 November 2017

Penny Amott

The definition of education in the Labour party’s proposed charter

Michael Bassey

28 November 2017

Michael Bassey