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Curriculum coherence facilitates school development

The ways in which local educational stakeholders interpret and understand curriculum reform is crucial to its effects on everyday school practice (see for exampleSpillane, Reiser & Reimer, 2002)....

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  • Jenni Sullanmaa
  • Kirsi Pyhältö
  • Janne Pietarinen
  • Tiina Soini

Blog post14 Jun 2019

Education for Justice

Societies in many parts of the world are still dealing with the colonial legacy of educational systems that served a privileged few. Efforts are constantly made to redress the resulting historic...

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  • Leyla Tavernaro-Haidarian

Blog post11 Jun 2019

Co-teaching and 21st century pedagogy

Co-teaching provides a collaborative pedagogy in initial teacher education, whereby co-teachers share expertise to: improve the learning environment for students, and develop each other’s...

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  • Colette Murphy

Blog post22 May 2019

The competing discourses of school readiness

BERA’s 2019–2020 research commission on the early years – entitled Competing Discourses of Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC): Tensions, Impacts and Democratic Alternatives across the...

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  • Guy Roberts-Holmes
  • Jan Georgeson
  • Verity Campbell-Barr

Blog post3 May 2019

Exploring learning entanglement

Learning spaces are changing. Classrooms, once filled with uniform furnishings and distinct ‘teacher’ and ‘student’ territories, are being reimagined to provide learning spaces that...

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  • Lucila Carvalho
  • Pippa Yeoman

Blog post12 Apr 2019

What next for curriculum?

People are talking about curriculum again. Not just literacy and maths, but the whole curriculum. What’s more, there seems to be a real appetite for these discussions: organisations as diverse...

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  • Dominic Wyse
  • Yana Manyukhina

Blog post10 Apr 2019