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As a teacher educator in Northern Ireland I was privileged to reflect about connecting learning, connecting times and cultures and, not least, connecting people, at the recent ‘Re-imagining a...Continue reading
As changes in the curriculum appear on the horizon it is essential for teachers and school leaders to engage critically and constructively with the opportunities and tensions that emerge. Teachers...Continue reading
By considering responses to these questions we can offer starting points for the construction of a curriculum for teacher knowledge.Continue reading
Introducing a special issue of the BERA Blog that offers insights into a new curriculum for teacher knowledge that's fit for the 21st century.Continue reading
As attention in England turns to the Early Career Framework, four expert authors consider the recent progress made in advancing professional learning in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.Continue reading
Phonological processing refers to an individual’s sensitivity to the sounds of a language, and the capacity to use these sounds to decode linguistic information. It is noted that phonological...Continue reading
Coming from a background in community learning and development, my work in partnership with Banff Academy as part of my PhD research has been an interesting and rewarding experience. I find myself...Continue reading
This event has now been postponed. To be kept updated on when this will be reschedule for, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. With more young people than ever struggling with their mental...
The BCF Curriculum Investigation Grant is intended to support research led by schools and colleges with a focus on curriculum inquiry and investigation. The grant, awarded biennially, is worth up...
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)....Continue reading