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Despite renewed efforts in many countries to align educational practice more closely with findings from educational research, there is little clarity about how teachers can, in principle, use...Continue reading
Over 80 delegates attended the Mental Health, Wellbeing and Education special interest group (SIG) at the University of West London (UWL) in July. The theme, ‘Researching Mental Health and...Continue reading
Over the past decade, self-published polemic on education topics has become widely disseminated through a burgeoning culture of social media, and has increasingly challenged the products of...Continue reading
Over the past decade, self-published polemic on education topics has become widely disseminated through a burgeoning culture of social media, and has increasingly challenged the products of...
The thread As a new professor I was invited to establish a research and practice centre, and it was suggested by the dean of my school that creating a working paper series would be a valuable...Continue reading
Competing, complementary and missing discourses of social justice in early childhood education and care in England
Earlier this year the University of Manchester’s Institute of Education hosted the four events to support BERA’s research commission into competing discourses in early childhood education and...Continue reading
In England, less affluent areas have had 7 per cent of secondary teachers are unqualified, compared with 4.6 per cent in more affluent inland rural areas. While there have previously been plans to...Continue reading
Worldwide, socioeconomically disadvantaged students have heavily clustered in particular economic regions, areas of housing and schools. This socioeconomic ‘segregation’ socioeconomic...Continue reading
BERA Research Ethics Case Studies: 3. Anticipating the application & unintended consequences of practitioner research
This third entry in BERA’s Ethical Guidelines for Educational Research, this case study discusses key ethical issues, including: the needs and interests of individuals, communities,...
This post introduces the challenges associated with gaining ethical review board approval, and securing the informed consent and assent of participant families, in educational research. It draws...Continue reading