Join the Inclusive Education SIG annual meeting to network with colleagues, learn about the activities of the SIG over the last year and plans for 2022 This meeting will be hosted on Zoom, where...
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BERA Council is pleased to issue a call for the BERA Small Grants Fund 2022/2023. This year the theme for proposals is ‘Learning for all?’. BERA welcomes proposals which seek to examine...
Call for SIG Convenor The Inclusive Education SIG provides a forum for critical discussion about all aspects of inclusive education. Our concerns are with the substantive, methodological and...
The Covid-19 pandemic presented an opportunity to accelerate the integration of digital technologies for teaching and learning as a means of expanding access to education. Through technology...Continue reading
A gap in disability research: ‘Preparedness’ of teachers with disabilities amid Covid-19-inspired online learning
Source: Louisa Enyonam Ansah The Covid-19 lockdowns led to a disruption in education for nearly 1.6 billion of the world’s student population (Lennox et al., 2021). As a result, online...Continue reading
Children’s books containing Black autistic characters are rare. As Bishop (1990) explains, books offer windows into others’ experiences and act as mirrors for the way people see themselves....Continue reading
Autism is the most common type of identified need for pupils in English mainstream schools (DfE, 2018), yet despite the considerable focus on training, teachers continue to lack confidence in...Continue reading
Call for abstracts: Theorising educational engagement, transitions & outcomes for care-experienced people
Editors Zoe Baker (University of York), Katie Ellis (University of Sheffield) and Neil Harrison (University of Oxford) are seeking high-quality, international contributions for a forthcoming...
Who is attributed a ‘good level of development’ – and what might this tell us about how ‘good’ the EYFSP is?Continue reading
In a recent and yet-to-be-published qualitative study, I explored the possible contribution of care farming (the therapeutic use of farming practices) to young people’s engagement with learning....Continue reading
International students experience loneliness regularly when living and studying abroad (Wawera & MacCamley, 2020), and the situation appears to have worsened during the pandemic. Since loneliness...Continue reading