The lessons learned through Covid-19 school disruptions have amplified calls to envision education in ways that respond to unpredictable crises and finally redress educational inequities that have...Continue reading blog post
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When compared with educational systems around the world, Britain is notable for directing a high degree of ‘policy churn’ (that is, new initiatives emerging from central government) towards...Continue reading blog post
This award celebrates the publication of educational research and is awarded to a scholarly book on education deemed to be high quality, engaging and innovative.
Singing from the same hymn sheet? The Irish primary curriculum framework and convergences with global curricular trends
A significant milestone in Irish education history was achieved by the launching of the primary curriculum framework on 9 March 2023. Curriculum policy has been influenced by the prevailing...Continue reading blog post
The field of early childhood education (ECE) has seen a rise in the use of programmable robotics to introduce coding, computational thinking (CT), and sequencing ability to young learners. While...Continue reading blog post
In the last three decades, digital technologies have become an integral part of our lives, societies and education systems worldwide. The Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns since early...
Editorial: To read, or not to read? How diverse practices, perspectives and experiences shape our reading engagement
What children say about books: 'I can drain all my emotions out on the book, so if I’ve had a hard day, I can just read’ ‘It’s quite nice to sort of feel like you’re sort of letting go...Continue reading blog post
Technology to support reading engagement: Should schools include augmented reality (AR) books on their shelves?
Augmented reality (AR) books offer new opportunities for interaction and engagement, augmenting a traditional paper book with digital features such as animations, sounds and graphics to provide a...Continue reading blog post
How diverse practices, perspectives and experiences shape our reading engagement
The British prime minister, Rishi Sunak, lately announced his ambition ‘to move towards all children studying some form of maths to 18’ (Sunak, 2023), prompting questions about what maths this...Continue reading blog post
Education is universally recognised as a basic right and an essential element of personal and societal development, which implies bringing enlightenment and prosperity to society (Abdullah, 2020)....Continue reading blog post