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Charlotte Vidal-Hall

UCL, Institute of Education

Charlotte Vidal-Hall studied her PhD at UCL, Institute of Education and was an early years and primary teacher for 15 years. She has a long standing interest in the impact of computers in the early years and ways they can be used more effectively in the classroom particularly for literacy development. Her current research uses a design-based approach to investigate effective teaching and learning strategies to integrate the use of computers in to emergent reading in a nursery class.

Charlotte sits on BERA’s Conference & Events Committee. 

Charlotte Vidal-Hall's contributions

BERA Conference 2020

University of Liverpool

It is a great pleasure to write to once again welcome you to the BERA Annual Conference. Liverpool is known throughout the world as the birthplace of the Beatles and for its football teams but...

Upcoming conference

About

WHY ATTEND? For educational researchers the BERA Annual Conference is an important date in their professional year. It provides the opportunity to: network with existing colleagues support...

Past conference

Conference & Events Committee

The role of the Conference & Events Committee is to: Ensure that the Annual Conference and programme of in-year events operate to the highest academic standards Ensure that the Annual...