The BERA Bites series presents selected articles from the BERA Blog on key topics in education, presented in an easily printable and digestible format to serve as teaching and learning resources...
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A posthumanist, materialist perspective on artmaking processes may shed a new light on the practices of social inclusion and exclusion in early years settings
Posthumanist approaches to educational research are on the rise. Such approaches reflect our understanding that the ecological aspect of our social interactions, the material and the objects...Continue reading blog post
Promoting children’s wellbeing, and right to make choices and engage in playful activities, in restricted environments through music and singing
In an era in which creative subjects are being squeezed in education, the role and value of the arts in health settings is increasingly acknowledged. The all-party parliamentary group on arts,...Continue reading blog post
In September 2014 teachers in primary schools in England began the academic year with a new National Curriculum. In this statutory framework there is a detailed 70 page programme of study for...Continue reading blog post
The early years settings have a very strong influence on children’s future cognitive and social performance. The interactions and the activities in this area hold an important role in...Continue reading blog post
It’s 2006 and I’m in Paris with a collective of Three Dimensional Design students, drawn from all three year-groups of the Reading-based undergraduate programme, and two other dedicated staff...Continue reading blog post
Arts Based Educational Research (ABER) uses ideas, methods, techniques, and processes from the arts to help understand and improve education.