Covid-19 has presented schools with a series of dilemmas since lockdown began, and continues to do so as schools seek to reopen to all their pupils. There have been few reliable sources of advice...Continue reading
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In education, we’ve put a straitjacket around our notion of experiment. We adhere steadfastly to what Parlett and Hamilton (1972) famously called the ‘agricultural-botany paradigm’. But the...Continue reading
Conductive education (CE) is a pedagogical approach for teaching people with neurological impairments. The Professional Conductors Association (2003, p.3) describes conductive education as: A...Continue reading
Many children in the United Kingdom, and elsewhere in the world, have been away from their regular school and early year settings, spending lengthy periods of time at home since the beginning of...Continue reading
#principlesintopractice The presentations were drawn from those people who had either submitted abstracts on the topic for this event - Research into practice - or from the BERA strand that was...
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#principlesintopractice Registration for this event has now closed, please email email@example.com if you want to watch this online. An example of action research in a Secondary Academy using...
In pre-Covid England, early childhood education and care (ECEC) was already in a state of uncertainty. A maelstrom of structural conditions and an onslaught of initiatives had manifested as...Continue reading
Exploring the impact of using Participatory Action Research (PAR) evidence in informing the teaching environment and practice
A case study of an Independent school catering for students with autism in the English West Midlands region. Registration for this event has now closed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want...
In October 2019 I travelled to the US to explore the benefits of oracy-centred teaching strategies and expeditionary learning for the development of the speaking, listening, reading and writing...Continue reading
Curriculum policy in many countries in the period since the 1960s has aimed to provide a broad, liberal programme to all students as a route into common citizenship. My recent paper (Paterson,...Continue reading