BERA has identified close-to-practice research as an area of interest for the Association, and many BERA members are also committed to such work in the context of teacher education and...
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In the last two decades, the terms ‘21st century skills’ and ‘21st century competences’ have been widely adopted to represent the ambition for an educational reform that will lead to a...Continue reading
Has business and accountability in education driven out creative curriculums leading to lack of provision of an inclusive broad-based social education for all?
The ever increasing presence of business and accountability in education at all levels to the point at which staff well-being and the real and true meaning of education has been severely damaged....Continue reading
Participation in recreational activities: views, experiences and choices from children and young people with cerebral palsy
http://www.playwales.org.uk/eng/ ‘All children and young people have the right to rest, leisure, play and recreation and to take part in cultural and artistic...Continue reading
In 1998, Japan’s curriculum authorities published curriculum guidelines (gakushu shido yoryo) for national compulsory education, dubbed as the ‘yutori (latitude) curriculum’ with a pinch of...Continue reading
In many countries, Finland included, national curriculum reform are central tools for large-scale school development. However, the way the reforms are carried out affects what actually happens -...Continue reading
Work-related learning, whereby a student has the opportunity to undertake a project or work alongside staff in an organisation, is encouraged and recommended in many publications even if they are...Continue reading
The Politics of the Canon: An exploration of the factors influencing teachers’ text choices for the new GCSE specification in English Literature
As English teachers in England are aware, the new GCSE specifications which will be examined for the first time in Summer 2017 mark a significant departure from previous practice in terms of...Continue reading