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At the 2017 BERA Conference Professor Gerry Czerniawski delivered his keynote lecture “Becoming and being an ECR – identity, practice & serendipity.” Today we are re-releasing the audio from this popular keynote lecture. Within you will find his top tips for Early Career Researchers, all of which are relevant today.

Gerry runs the doctoral programme at the Cass School of Education and Communities at the University of East London. He is a researcher, author and teacher educator, as well as Chair of the British Curriculum Forum, Lead Editor of the BERA Blog and the Engagement Committee Chair of BERA.

You can read more about Gerry here:
https://www.bera.ac.uk/person/gerry-czernisawski

Learn more about the BERA ECR Network here:
https://www.bera.ac.uk/community/early-career-researcher-network

Views are the presenters own and not those of BERA

In this Episode

Gerry Czernisawski, Professor

University of East London

Gerry Czerniawski runs the doctoral programmes (PhD and Professional Doctorate in Education) at Cass and teaches on Initial Teacher Education (ITE) courses.  In addition to his role as a researcher, author and teacher educator he is the Chair of...

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