Research Intelligence is BERA’s quarterly magazine. It carries announcements and news, as well as articles and features on a variety of issues about educational research. Recent themes have included Open Access, Teacher Education and Data Sets. It is free to BERA members and archive issues are available below.
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BERA Conference 2015 in Belfast was an outstanding success and has been noted by many to be the best BERA Conference yet. We have captured some of the many highlights of the event and compiled them in a special issue of Research Intelligence as a thank you to our delegates and presenters, and to ensure that BERA colleagues unable to attend […]Read more
The latest issue of Research Intelligence looks at ‘Developing Research Capacity’ and features contributions from Suzanne Alexander, Sean Hayes, Maria Kambouri and Eileen Scanlon amongst others. Also included is an outline of the BERA Observatory and SIG updates. BERA members can access their online copies here.Read more
The latest issue of Research Intelligence looks at ‘Changing Educational Landscapes’ and features contributions from Andrew Pollard, Debra Myhill, Becky Francis, John Cater and John Leach amongst others. Also included are perspectives on the Carter Review of ITT and a look at engagement with practitioners. BERA members can access their online copies here.Read more
Respecting Children –A Global Issue Research Intelligence No: 125 Publication date: Autumn 2014 online reader Institutional Innovation in a Divided Society Literacy and Empowerment Exploring the Experiences of Street-Connected Children Education and Social Justice in ScotlandRead more