The 42st BERA AGM will take place at 5:00pm on Monday 4th September 2017. It will be held in the Noblese Room, Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront. All members are invited to attend, please ensure...
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The BERA Conference 2017 was held on the 4th-7th September 2017 at the University of Sussex. Keynote speakers included: Professor Gerry Czerniawski, Professor Gary McCulloch, Dr Nicola Rollock,...
Teaching excellence has been at the centre of debates about quality in English Higher Education (HE) in recent years. The introduction of the Teaching Excellence Framework has ratcheted up this...Continue reading blog post
JOIN BERA now for 2018 and receive three months of 2017 Free! BERA is delighted to offer new BERA members an exciting opportunity - join BERA now for 2018 and take advantage of BERA's fantastic...
Researching pathways into higher education with students from refugee backgrounds: Exploring the conceptual, methodological and ethical challenges
We are thrilled to have been selected to represent the Australian Association for Research in Education as a featured symposium at this year’s BERA conference. We believe that the selection of...Continue reading blog post
The value of Literacy as a Social Practice approach to exploring young children’s experience of being taught to read and write in school
Over the last thirty years in English and Welsh State primary education, successive governments have placed increasing emphasis on ‘raising standards’ in literacy. Children’s attainment or...Continue reading blog post
The twelve-month research project Literature’s Lasting Impression⃰ investigates a defining convention of classroom literary study, shared novel reading. Most people remember ‘reading round...Continue reading blog post
How can medical education and training better reflect the acute realities and demands of 21st century healthcare? Problematising notions of professionalism, pedagogies of clinical practice and the politics of Care
“. . . health services across the UK are working harder than ever to deal with the fierce pressures of winter and when it’s being reported that emergency departments and primary care...Continue reading blog post
In a recent study (Prytz 2017), I show that a standard narrative about Swedish school governance in the 20th century does not fit how the school subject mathematics (years 1–9) was governed in...Continue reading blog post