Student empowerment can take many forms. Some, such as new student activism and student consumerism, can feel threatening to faculty and higher education communities. Others offer a...Continue reading
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Alternative ways of educating teachers to educate children differently: What do curriculum, assessment and pedagogy look like when ‘done differently’?
Online registration has now closed. If you want to attend this event, please email email@example.com for details of how to register onsite. This conference looks to bring together teachers,...
‘Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field’: Ethics and educational leadership research
This blog reports on the BERA event, ‘Ethics and Educational Leadership Research’, held at the Open University, Milton Keynes, on 28 March 2018. Carol Azumah Dennis’s keynote focussed on the...Continue reading
Online registration has now closed. If you want to attend this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details of how to register onsite. Researching educational leadership can raise...
A BCF Event for schools, colleges and universities This British Curriculum Forum (BCF) event brings together teachers, practitioners, researchers, leaders, managers, and academics to share...
How are successful schools measured? By being judged ‘1’ by Ofsted? By excellent SATs or A-level results in a single year? By being popular with parents and having buoyant admissions? No. It...Continue reading
This blog coincides with a special issue of Management in Education about research methods for educational leadership. This brings together six papers, resulting from two seminars jointly held by...Continue reading
Can we obtain a greater insight into management in schools by asking those whose are being managed? Given the widespread silencing or marginalisation of teacher voice (Courtney and Gunter, 2015;...Continue reading
The UK education systems are involved in massive reform programmes. These developments open up new opportunities for researchers to contribute to and learn from the changes that are going on. Yet,...Continue reading
When thought about at the level of the school or classroom, the self-improving school system involves teachers collaboratively engaging in evidence-informed practice to improve teaching and...Continue reading
The twelve-month research project Literature’s Lasting Impression⃰ investigates a defining convention of classroom literary study, shared novel reading. Most people remember ‘reading round...Continue reading