Research Intelligence issue 158: Unheard voices: Language education outside the mainstream
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BERA Council has agreed to establish an expert panel to investigate the situation regarding funding for educational research in the UK. David James (Cardiff University, and chair of the REF 2021...
Breaking the cycle: The mediating effects of reading, mathematical and ICT literacy skills on financial success in youth
Financial literacy is crucial for young people as they encounter financial choices that can shape their futures. Decisions like investing in a college education, making purchases, or even buying a...Continue reading blog post
At a time of climate and ecological emergency, children are faced with a multitude of complex, interconnected choices through which they navigate. The introduction of a new Curriculum for Wales in...Continue reading blog post
Teachers are doing it for themselves: Developing Beach School approaches to support an effective climate change curriculum
Zac Goldsmith’s controversial resignation letter in 2023 was interesting for its ‘insider’ revelation about the apathetic attitude of the present political leadership towards the...Continue reading blog post
Because of the Covid-19 crisis, the virtual synchronous and asynchronous instructional reality of the mathematics classroom has become more popular when compared to the time prior to the pandemic....Continue reading blog post
BERA is supporting the British Psychological Society (BPS) in creating a pilot teaching resource for secondary school students on the history of IQ testing in the UK education system. The resource...
Developing an introductory course on climate change, social justice & sustainability
Although it has always been significant, the question of what we are educating for is now particularly important. There is growing consensus that the educational challenges we face require...
This BERA Blog special issue started out as a seminar series in which we brought together policymakers, educational practitioners and researchers to discuss what we are educating for across the...Continue reading blog post
We know that the primary timetable is overcrowded, testing is embedded in almost every year of a child’s primary schooling (Wyse et al., 2022), and expectations of what teachers must cover grow...Continue reading blog post