As chair of parallel session A for the BCF Spotlight on SEND event in March 2022, I was delighted to welcome our speakers and share questions from our delegates. The session began with a...Continue reading
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Delivering on curriculum intent: Lesson study as a mechanism to enhance curriculum implementation and assess curriculum impact on pupils with special educational needs
Lesson study (LS) is a much studied, structured approach that offers the time and space for teachers to focus constructively on children’s learning and plan lessons collaboratively with...Continue reading
Life is determined by the normative. From the moment we are born, our weight, height and growth are tracked on charts that compare our trajectory of development with what is considered...Continue reading
In response to written questions from Parliament’s Petition Committee on 9 March 2021, the then Minister of State for School Standards, Nick Gibb MP, made it clear that there was no plan to make...Continue reading
The decolonising of curricula is a current issue in education, but the complexities and varying interpretations of what this actually means can present challenges and uncertainty. During a time...
Food technology, home economics, cooking, or healthy eating? Making a case for the term ‘food literacy’
Increasingly, UK policy recommendations include food education. For example, the Levelling Up white paper recommends children leave school knowing ‘how to cook six recipes’ (LUHC, 2022); the...Continue reading
This series of reports presents the findings and recommendations of five research projects that have investigated aspects of race and ethnicity across the education sector. Supported by BERA's...
Teachers can access a huge amount of information. The quantities are so vast they’re hard to comprehend. On a daily basis, more than 3.5 billion Google searches are conducted, more than 3.3...Continue reading
‘Challenging’ reflexivity in the transition between practicums: A practical and gamified approach to embed ‘big ideas’ into the teacher education curriculum
Like all teacher educators in England, we are conscious that our practice is increasingly located in turbulent and changing political and managerial landscapes for teacher education (see Murtagh &...Continue reading
The annual Curriculum Journal Editors’ Choice Award, which recognises the best paper published in the journal in 2021, has been awarded to: Jim Hordern for ‘Recontextualisation and the...
The UK-wide census of all HE-based education researchers has just been launched. It is a nationwide census examining the characteristics, experiences and attitudes of education researchers...
Pandemic, protests, recovery, opportunities: Repositioning of educational research, teaching & learning Research Intelligence issue 151 This second decade of the 21st century continues to...