Researching the Curriculum in schools and colleges: Practice, Professionalism and Innovation

A BCF Event for schools, colleges and universities

This BCF event brings together teachers, practitioners, researchers, leaders, managers, and academics to share their critical perspectives and assumptions about researching the curriculum. The conference explores what is meant by curriculum research and what practical, ethical and theoretical issues need to be considered when carrying out innovative research.  Aimed at all key stakeholders interested in the curriculum in schools and colleges as well as those new to research, this event considers the perspectives offered by leading practitioners, subject associations and universities, focussing on knowledge emerging from research and practice through a range of keynotes, workshops and panel sessions. 

Speakers include:

  • Sue Kitchin, Anglia Ruskin University
  • Jean McNiff, York St John University
  • Warren Kidd, University of East London
  • Megan Dixon, Aspire Educational Trust 
  • Beccy Earnshaw, Voice 21
  • Jenny Clements, UCL Institution of Education
  • Tim Cain, Edge Hill University
  • Giles Freathy, The Learning Institute
  • Gordon Ade-Ojo, University of Greenwich
  • Heather Booth-Martin, Craven College
  • Valerie Drew, University of Stirling

Full programme details will be available soon.

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