The civil war in Syria caused the largest migration of Syrian citizens in the 21st century (Gencer, 2017) and Syrian people have been migrating to Turkey since 2012 (Sirin & Aber, 2018). Many of...Continue reading
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A short reflection on a foundational programme, first-time international students and pedagogical uncertainties
At many British universities, foundational and pathway programmes are the generic terms to describe the preparatory courses for international students prior to their UK degrees. A pathway refers...Continue reading
Inclusion is arguably an ethical obligation, grounded in notions of equity and social justice for all groups and at all stages of education (Ainscow, 2020). With a growing number of students from...Continue reading
Through EERA, we have received an open letter from our sister organisation in Ukraine - the Ukrainian Educational Research Association - which we are sharing with our members. We stand in...
With the easing of pandemic-related restrictions for UK schools, educators’ focus has turned to mitigating the impacts of Covid-19 on children’s learning and wellbeing (see Kumar Jha & Arora,...Continue reading
A fundamental question in education is, ‘What is most worth teaching and learning?’ A variation of this question can be directed from student to teacher: ‘Why should we learn this?’...Continue reading
In developing the National Strategy of Educational Research and Enquiry (NSERE), the Welsh Government conducted several evidence reviews to understand how to foster educational research capacity...Continue reading
Call for abstracts: Theorising educational engagement, transitions & outcomes for care-experienced people
Editors Zoe Baker (University of York), Katie Ellis (University of Sheffield) and Neil Harrison (University of Oxford) are seeking high-quality, international contributions for a forthcoming...
Esta quarta edição, extensivamente revisada, ampliada e atualizada das Diretrizes Éticas para Pesquisa em Educação da BERA foi concebida para apoiar pesquisadores educacionais na condução...
Before the Covid-19 pandemic, over 4.2 million children in Britain were living in relative poverty. Since then, this figure has increased by 200,000 (McNeil et al., 2020). Rising levels of food...Continue reading