In contexts in which English as a foreign language is a mandatory subject in secondary education, language learning motivation can be a challenge for teachers and ministerial curriculum...Continue reading
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The Curriculum Journal – BERA’s international peer-reviewed journal featuring original contributions to the study of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment – is refreshing the membership of its...
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. This one-day seminar is the third in a series of...
While information and communication technology (ICT) has been integrated into education for the last three decades in many parts of the world, this has not been the case in Iraq. ICT was...Continue reading
How ‘old school’ can it get? A text on the table and a small group of people around it. All have read the text, and gather to discuss it together. That’s the setting of a reading seminar....Continue reading
BERA Conference 2019 to hear of new interdisciplinary study exploring the virtues underpinning ‘British values’
Much has been written, since the introduction of the duty on schools to promote ‘fundamental British values’ in the 2014 Ofsted inspection handbook, on the rights and wrongs of using education...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...
The organic, complex and multilayered relationship between teachers and curriculum has been discussed for decades. However, that relationship has been rendered more crucial in recent years by new...Continue reading
New perspectives on international, intercultural and global education
With the recent changes to legislation in relationship education and health education being announced as statutory within primary schools in England from September 2020 (Children and Social Work...Continue reading
Should arts learning be ‘left to the community’? How the experiences of homeschoolers are shining a light on classroom arts learning
Although there exists a significant body of empirical evidence that demonstrates the value of the arts in education (Bamford, 2006; Ewing, 2010; Unesco, 2010), they nevertheless continue to be...Continue reading