Education: Mapping the discipline Research Intelligence issue 149 This issue presents a variety of perspectives on the present and future of education as a discipline, responding in part to a...
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In a recent and yet-to-be-published qualitative study, I explored the possible contribution of care farming (the therapeutic use of farming practices) to young people’s engagement with learning....Continue reading blog post
Call for papers: Decolonial and anti-racist perspectives in teacher training and education curricula in the UK
A special issue of the Curriculum Journal
This autumn we have launched a new series of the BERA podcast. Over the next few weeks we will continue to feature emerging research which connects to policy and practice. Already we have...
Covid-19 presented a set of challenges for UK universities, and where ‘business as usual’ was expected, staff working practices intensified. The impact of this has not been equal, with the...Continue reading blog post
Supporting teachers who have trained during the pandemic to thrive in their first year of teaching: A guide for secondary schools
Everyone who has worked in schools and in initial teacher education (ITE) will remember 2020–21 as one of significant disruption and challenge, and none more so than those whose professional...Continue reading blog post
The challenge of educating student teachers in taking an anti-racist stance is a constant one. Despite the current worldwide focus on race inequalities, there is always the danger of erasing these...Continue reading blog post
Considering teacher wellbeing and commitment to teaching in the event of a ‘firebreak’ lockdown this autumn
There are reports that an October lockdown might be used as a ‘firebreak’ if cases of the Covid-19 virus rise too high with the return of schools and universities (Mason & Davis, 2021). As...Continue reading blog post