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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In this blog post, I reflect on my experiences both as a student in higher education, studying on a professional teacher training programme, and my personal experiences during and after lockdown....Continue reading blog post
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...
In March 2020, in the wake of a global health pandemic, universities worldwide were forced to close their campuses and switch rapidly to online methods so they could continue to provide teaching...Continue reading blog post
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
This blog is based on research, conducted in 2021, which explored the concept of ‘ethnic capital’ through interviews with seven British Kashmiri academics whose qualifications ranged between...Continue reading blog post
The un-decolonisation of the HE curriculum in the UK: How representative are the current reading lists in education graduate programmes?
The Global South is inhabited by roughly 75 per cent of the world’s population; it is expected that this number will increase to almost 88 per cent by the year 2100 (Solarz & Wojtaszczyk, 2015)....Continue reading blog post
Practice-based learning in a special school placement: How students with the most complex communication barriers teach social work students to overcome theirs
People with learning disabilities are one of the most disadvantaged groups in our society (EHRC, 2016); they experience the most barriers to schools, services and communities. They are often...Continue reading blog post
The background The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated digital transformation of business processes across different sectors. This is because when businesses were forced to operate predominately...Continue reading blog post