Educational maths apps are increasingly popular in young children’s early learning experiences. When available in multiple languages, maths apps can offer the opportunity for learning in the...Continue reading
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A collection of groundbreaking new work on collaborative curriculum, research and development.
Update (Friday 13 March): unfortunately the conference previewed in this blog, which was to be held on Saturday 14 March, has been postponed. To be kept updated on its rearrangement please email...Continue reading
This blog post will address two questions: When studying the teaching profession, why combine the concepts of teacher autonomy and teacher agency? And why compare such different national settings...Continue reading
The BERA Bites series presents selected articles from the BERA Blog on key topics in education, presented in an easily printable and digestible format to serve as teaching and learning...
‘Curriculum is – or should be – at the heart of educational practice’, wrote Mark Priestley and Stavroula Philippou on BERA Blog earlier in 2019. What is taught in school, how curriculum...Continue reading
Decolonising the curriculum: Transnational perspectives Research Intelligence issue 142 From the Rhodes Must Fall campaign at the universities of Cape Town and (subsequently Oxford) to the...
The Durham Commission (2019) has thankfully put creativity firmly back on the English educational map, reopening debate about its value and how we facilitate it. This is timely given the decline...Continue reading
An investigation of how schools can, by working in and with local languages and dialects, raise pupils' educational attainment, cultural awareness and self-esteem.
How can variation theory can be applied to the use of manipulatives to support understanding of early number? This report makes an important contribution to the existing literature on how to teach...