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In August 2018, Greta Thunberg began her solitary school strike outside the Swedish Parliament, protesting against her government’s inaction on the climate crisis. Since then, she has sparked a...Continue reading
Over 420 million children live in conflict-affected areas (Save the Children, 2019). Conflict greatly disrupts education, with long-lasting negative effects even after peace agreements are signed...Continue reading
This symposium built upon BERA’s research commission, Competing Discourses of Early Childhood Education and Care, and critically explored why and how early childhood education and care (ECEC)...Continue reading
Over 80 delegates attended the first conference of the recently launched Mental Health, Wellbeing and Education special interest group (SIG) at the University of West London (UWL) in July. The...Continue reading
Twins and the relationship between homework and the academic progress of children: A Spanish case study
A wide range of literature has found that homework is positive for students’ academic achievement (see for example Murillo & Martínez-Garrido, 2013; Fernández-Alonso, Álvarez-Díaz,...Continue reading
The World Health Organisation (2014) defines mental health as a state of wellbeing in which every individual is able to achieve their own potential and participate in daily life. One in 10...Continue reading
Following a teaching career in mainstream and special schools in the UK and Greece, Chrysoula started her academic career in Higher Education in 2017 teaching across a range of undergraduate and...
I am a member of the Learning, Pedagogy and Diversity Research Cluster. Originally trained as a teacher, I taught in pre-prep, primary and middle schools. After studying ‘The Ethnography of...
Those who study and work within education know that it is not just the explicit, intentional content that is taught in schools and that results in learning. Moment-to-moment transfers of meaning...Continue reading