#BERA_Creativities @BERA_News Contextualised by the Durham Commission in 2019, and the pedagogic challenges generated during 2020, creativity is re-emerging as an educational imperative which is...
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In this blog post we aim to share our experiences of the BERA Walk and Talk at a Distance event, and demonstrate how remote walking and talking events have the potential to relieve the isolation...Continue reading
BERA Creativities SIG Co-convenors: Associate Professor Kerry Chappell, Dr Jo Trowsdale & Dr Victoria Kinsella are delighted to announce that the Anna Craft Prize for 2020 has been awarded to Jane...
Picture your favourite childhood toy. What was it? What did you learn from it? How did you know it was for you? These questions, and others like it, underpin the questions raised by posthumanist...Continue reading
At the time of writing, as we move through the Covid-19 pandemic, most children in the UK have been away from school for nearly half a year, no end-of-year public examinations have taken place,...Continue reading
The Anna Craft Creativities in Education Prize is named for Anna Craft (1961-2014) who championed the role of creativity in education
Finding a new path: Building affective online learning spaces for creative writing and arts practice
While we have seen a justified focus upon schools during the Covid-19 crisis, relatively little attention has been paid to how teacher-educators are adjusting their practice. In the UK in...Continue reading
‘Have you thought about including recordings of these stories as part of your thesis? It’s just that reading them out loud was really powerful for those of us listening.’ I stopped. To be...Continue reading
‘Doing less, making learning fun and looking after everyone’s wellbeing’Continue reading
Learning progression in the humanities: Identifying tensions in articulating progression in the humanities in Wales
The current curriculum reforms in Wales (Welsh Government, 2020) represent a significant shift in thinking and organisation. As well as the introduction of the ‘four purposes’ to drive...Continue reading