By now, many of us are probably starting to waver on our New Year's resolutions. In recent years, these have increasingly involved limiting our use of technology, the Internet and mobile phones,...Continue reading blog post
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Interrogating the boundaries of childhood studies and youth studies: Themes, debates and controversies in research and practice
Online registration has now closed. If you want to attend this event, please email email@example.com for details of how to register onsite.Programme10.30 Arrival and Registration11.00 Opening...
WISERD Education has been exploring children’s responses to a single question: ‘If someone gave you £1 million today, what would you do with it?’ Although such an exploration might seem...Continue reading blog post
Following Teesside University’s successful social policy REF (Research Excellence Framework) submission I accepted a formal invitation to attend The Bremen International Graduate School of...Continue reading blog post
The drive to measure teaching performance through observations and assessment in schools and the introduction of teaching excellence framework (TEF) at HEI has led educators to ask “where do we...Continue reading blog post
Professor Siân Bayne Sian is Professor of Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh, based in the Moray House School of Education. She directs the Centre for Research in Digital Education...
I read Ian Potter’s blog post ‘Can we learn together?’ with interest having spoken to him at Belmas back in the Summer, on some of these issues. As a secondary school teacher who has worked...Continue reading blog post
The Department of Education at the University of Bath is seeking to make two appointments at professorial level and two at lecturer (Assistant Professor) level.The Department of Education at the...
Education, Poverty and Psychological Wellbeing: The impacts of the ‘Bedroom Tax’ on children and their education
Research has established that there is a connection between poverty and education, such that the poorer a child’s family, the less well they are likely to do in their education (Raffo et al.,...Continue reading blog post
Reviewing subjects, contexts and identities in science and technology. Understanding “making” as learning across the arts and the sciences
The BERA Commission on Reviewing the potential and challenges of developing STEAM education through creative pedagogies for 21st learning: seminar series This event is now fully booked. To be...
Project summaryMany new routes into teaching are being developed by government policy, particularly in England via school-based training. The project will investigate these new routes and...