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The BERA Charter for Research Staff in Education

The BERA Charter for Research Staff in Education replaces the previous version of the charter, THE 2008 BERA CHARTER FOR RESEARCH STAFF: promoting quality conditions for conducting quality...

Resources for research19 Nov 2013

Personalisation and student voice

The New Labour Government (1997-2010) announced personalised learning as an idea ‘exciting’ the profession and one that promised ‘radical implications’ for the shape of education in...

Briefings31 Aug 2013

Why Educational Research Matters

In the summer of 2013, BERA  published a briefing paper entitled ‘Why Educational Research Matters’. This was drawn from our contribution to the recent Comprehensive Spending Review and was...

Briefings22 Aug 2013

Review of Education

Review of Education is an international peer reviewed journal for the publication of major and substantial articles of interest to researchers in education and is expected to become a major focal...

Journals1 Jan 2013

British Journal of Educational Technology

Since 2010, BERA has been proud to add the very influential British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET) to its publications portfolio. BJET provides readers with the widest possible...

Journals1 Jan 2013

British Educational Research Journal

The British Educational Research Journal (BERJ) is BERA's flagship journal, and has gone from strength to strength in recent years. Indexed by the Institute of Scientific Information, Philadelphia...

Journals1 Jan 2013

The Curriculum Journal

The Curriculum Journal is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original contributions to the study of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. Papers reporting empirical studies and...

Journals1 Jan 2013

Computer game improves primary pupils’ arithmetic

Much has been written about the benefits of using computer games in school. Many teachers have been won over, but there has been little hard evidence to back up their enthusiasm.  Until now. ...

Briefings3 Sep 2012

The Achievement Gap

The Achievement Gap: Are parents or polIticians responsIble? Parents have long heeded the call to get involved in their children’s learning. But how effective is their support? Do disadvantaged...

Briefings3 Sep 2012