How diverse practices, perspectives and experiences shape our reading engagement
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Decolonial and anti-racist perspectives in teacher training and education curricula in England and Wales: The Curriculum Journal Special Issue
This seminar provided an opportunity to hear from contributing authors to the recently published Special Issue of The Curriculum Journal, decolonial and anti-racist perspectives in teacher...
The British prime minister, Rishi Sunak, lately announced his ambition ‘to move towards all children studying some form of maths to 18’ (Sunak, 2023), prompting questions about what maths this...Continue reading blog post
Education is universally recognised as a basic right and an essential element of personal and societal development, which implies bringing enlightenment and prosperity to society (Abdullah, 2020)....Continue reading blog post
Weaving a ‘green thread’ of climate change education: Primary and secondary school teachers’ current practice
In April 2022, the Department for Education (DfE) launched a sustainability and climate change strategy for the education and children’s services systems in England which includes a focus on the...Continue reading blog post
There is no doubt that most academics have an overarching goal that is to develop their students into self-directed and autonomous learners. Evidence from the literature on contract learning...Continue reading blog post
Indigenous peoples have lived in harmony with the natural world for thousands of years, developing unique ways of understanding and interacting with their surroundings. This knowledge is often...Continue reading blog post
Decolonial and anti-racist pedagogies and curricular in teacher education: The importance of partnerships between practice and scholarship
BERA’s recent work in supporting research focused on race and education, including the 2021 Small Grants Fund (BERA, 2022), is part of wider initiatives in school and higher education sectors to...Continue reading blog post
A proposed special issue of the British Educational Research Journal
In 2010, a number of sweeping educational reforms were announced – particularly in English – where the likes of Byron, Keats and Dickens would firmly be re-rooted and restored to their...Continue reading blog post
Play has a vital role in helping us live happy and healthy lives. Engaging the imagination in playful learning is crucial in helping us make sense of things, and in fostering the creativity and...