Longitudinal qualitative research to look at what works for children with conduct disorders

Madeleine Stevens

23 October 2018

Madeleine Stevens

Regeneration, re-education and an anthem for peace: Insights for education from the re-education of Wilfred Owen during his 1917 convalescence at Craiglockhart War Hospital

Neil McLennan

19 October 2018

Neil McLennan

Gamifying programming education in K-12

Teemu H Laine & Renny S N Lindberg

18 October 2018

Teemu H Laine & Renny S N Lindberg

To touch or not to touch? Early childhood educators’ beliefs about using touchscreen technologies with our youngest children

Maria Hatzigianni

16 October 2018

Maria Hatzigianni

Second language programmes in international schools

Maurice Carder

10 October 2018

Maurice Carder

Performative education policy and the challenges for teachers with specific learning differences

Annemarie O’Dwyer

9 October 2018

Annemarie O’Dwyer

Adopting a MasterChef approach to studies: Further anecdotal tales in pursuit of the elusive doctorate

David Morris and David Cudworth

5 October 2018

David Morris and David Cudworth

"Re-imagining a curriculum for teacher knowledge": A BCF event that will bring together teachers,practitioners,researchers,leaders, managers,& academics to share their critical perspectives and assumptions about researching the curriculum. Find out more https://t.co/1YRXEyicCA

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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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National curriculum in England: The first 30 years, part 2

Mary James

4 October 2018

Mary James