The BERA Early Career Researcher (ECR) Network planned a series of events throughout 2020 on the theme, ‘Framing research: Theories, concepts and reflexivity in educational research’, with...
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In this episode of the BERA Podcast you can listen to Professor Gerry Czerniawski deliver his keynote lecture "Becoming and being an ECR – identity, practice & serendipity."
In February of this year, the University of Sheffield hosted its second BERA ECR Network symposium. Targeted at early-career researchers (ECRs), master’s and doctoral students, the symposium...Continue reading
‘The ability to collaborate on both a small- and large-scale is becoming one of the core requisites of postmodern society’ (Fullan, 1993, p.5). Yet it is ‘still relatively rare for children...Continue reading
On 14 February 2020, at the BERA ECR Network Symposium, my presentation focussed on participatory research in early childhood education. Having worked for a number of years in an early childhood...Continue reading
‘Have you thought about including recordings of these stories as part of your thesis? It’s just that reading them out loud was really powerful for those of us listening.’ I stopped. To be...Continue reading
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
Rebekah Ackroyd is the Early Career Researcher Network Regional Rep for the North of England. Rebekah is a doctoral student at the University of Cumbria. Her research looks at how tolerance and...
Brittany Wright is the Early Career Researcher Network Regional Rep for the Midlands. Brittany Wright is an ESRC-funded doctoral student in the School of Education at the University of...
Sin-Wang Chong is the Early Career Researcher Network Regional Rep for Northern Ireland. Dr. Sin-Wang Chong is Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in TESOL in the School of Social Sciences,...
Renegotiating teacher identities: Reflections on student wellbeing and online learning during Covid-19
In response to the current Covid-19 outbreak, universities across Australia quickly moved to restructure the delivery of their courses that customarily took place on campus. We are both first year...Continue reading
From issue 143 of Research Intelligence, BERA's members' magazine.