This special issue focuses on the experiences of educators and students returning to the classroom post-lockdown. We have included contributions from lecturers, students and academics to capture a...Continue reading blog post
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The Covid-19 pandemic heralded a host of unexpected challenges and rapid changes for learners and educators worldwide and, more than two years on, continues to have a major influence on key...Continue reading blog post
It is important to mark the Covid-19 lockdown as a significant transition which educators and students experienced. We all, to varying degrees, experienced a range of social, cultural and...
The stresses and strains affecting the mental health and wellbeing of those working in education settings are well documented and were evident long before Covid-19 was placed into the mix (Kidger...Continue reading blog post
BERA is funding six new small grants in 2022/23 under the title “Learning for all”. These grants support projects which examine educational provision in its widest sense that seeks to provide...
The extent of childhood trauma in our society is only too apparent when you read the data. One in five adults, for example, aged 18 to 74 years has experienced at least one form of child abuse...Continue reading blog post
The UK-wide census of all HE-based education researchers has just been launched. It is a nationwide census examining the characteristics, experiences and attitudes of education researchers...
Pandemic, protests, recovery, opportunities: Repositioning of educational research, teaching & learning Research Intelligence issue 151 This second decade of the 21st century continues to...
Leaderless leading: How the pandemic has unleashed a collective impetus to ‘rethink’ further education
‘There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.’ Wheatley, 2002 The above quote appears in a boxed feature in the inaugural edition of #JoyFE...Continue reading blog post
Often teams will show you the right direction from being honest, because in a pandemic there was so much to do from a leadership point of view, and it was overwhelming at times because everything...Continue reading blog post
Times are tough for university students and teachers alike in this pandemic world. ‘Play’ could offer an easy antidote to the soulnessness of digital overload. Incorporating ‘fun’ and...Continue reading blog post