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Jennifer Rowley

Jennifer Rowley is Professor, Higher Education Practice with special interests in the areas of learning and teaching: identity development, eLearning and the role of ePortfolios in encouraging...


Rebekah Ackroyd

Rebekah Ackroyd is the Early Career Researcher Network Regional Rep for the North of England. Rebekah is a lecturer in education at the University of Cumbria working on postgraduate provision. Her...

Regional Rep

Zoe Flack

Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Zoe is a developmental psychologist interested in learning and literacy, across a range of ages, and in a variety of contexts. Previous research includes investigations into early literacy...


Tania de St Croix

Senior lecturer

Tania is currently researching the experiences of young people, practitioners and policy influencers in relation to youth impact and accountability mechanisms in youth work, with Louise Doherty....


Karl Kitching

Reader in Education Policy

Karl Kitching is Reader in Education Policy at the University of Birmingham. His research and teaching focuses on challenging multiple inequalities in education, in childhood and in young...


Sinead McMahon


Sinead is a lecturer in Limerick Institute of Technology where she teaches Social Policy. Having qualified as a Youth Worker she continues to be involved in a variety of youth work spaces and is...


Brian McShane

Youth worker and Sociologist

Dr. Brian McShane is a former youth worker and sociologist based in the Criminology department at Coventry University. His research interests are young people, youth cultures, masculinities and...


Hans Hummel

Hans G. K. Hummel PhD is associate professor working at the Faculty of Educational Sciences of the Open University of the Netherlands. Hans holds 30 years of experience with research and...


Louis Major

Dr Louis Major is a senior lecturer in Digital Education at the University of Manchester. Working in the Manchester Institute of Education, he co-leads the Digital Technologies, Communication and...

BERA Journal Editor

Sara Hennessy

Sara Hennessy is professor of teacher development and pedagogical innovation at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. She co-leads the Cambridge Educational Dialogue Research (CEDiR)...

BERA Journal Editor

Paul Howard-Jones

Professor of Neuroscience and Education

Paul’s work has been focusing on issues at the interface of cognitive neuroscience and educational theory, practice and policy. He has applied diverse research methods from computational brain...


Kendra McMahon

Reader in Education

Kendra has a long-standing interest in science education. Recently this has involved interdisciplinary work with colleagues on the role of ‘the learning sciences’ in initial teacher education....