BERA in the news

  • Did you submit an abstract to BERA 2018? Have you applied for a bursary?

    5 February 2018

    Thank you to everyone who has submitting an abstract for the BERA conference. We have received a phenomenal amount of submissions. Don’t forget you can also apply for a bursary. The deadline for all bursaries is the 26th February 2018. BERA Student Bursaries (Full and Part time students) Successful bursary applicants will be awarded a […]

  • Abstract submission now open for BERA Conference 2018

    15 January 2018

    BERA is please to announce that the abstract submission has now opened for the BERA Conference 2018 to be held at Northumbria University, 11th-13th September 2018. SUBMIT/EDIT AN ABSTRACT DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS: 31ST JANUARY 2018 Types of submission accepted include: Symposia Innovation Sessions Early Career Researchers Individual Papers Share your research and knowledge with fellow […]

  • CCT Chartered Teacher Programme and BERA

    6 December 2017

            BERA is dedicated to supporting and promoting teacher research.  We believe practitioners, academics and policy makers must collaborate to help shape a future curriculum in schools. As part of our commitment to support teachers we are delighted to announce that all participants on the CCT Chartered Teacher Programme will receive free BERA membership. […]

  • The BERA/SAGE Handbook of Educational Research

    16 February 2017

    Providing a comprehensive account of education research today, SAGE Publishing launches The BERA/SAGE Handbook of Educational Research. The Handbook provides a comprehensive guide for researchers, both new and existing, as well as a resource to prompt further thinking about broader issues within education research. In particular, the book is a cutting edge account showcasing education […]

  • Former BERA President honoured

    9 January 2017

    Many congratulations to former BERA President John Furlong who received an OBE in the recent New Year’s Honours. John received his award in recognition of his work on educational research and teacher education in particular. He is currently advising the Welsh Government and his most recent work for BERA was our project on Research and Teacher […]

  • Making the Case for the Social Sciences – Education

    7 December 2016

    BERA has partnered with the Academy of Social Sciences and Routledge, Taylor & Francis to bring together a wide-ranging collection of impactful research on education that has improved standards of individual attainment and school quality, while also influencing public policy. ‘Making the Case for the Social Sciences 12 – Education’ comprises 12 case studies that […]