This blog presents a possible example to apply western survey instruments to probe into the impact of gender and social economic status (SES) on career choices of engineering undergraduates in...Continue reading blog post
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Principals’ perceptions of the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)
Within the ‘Principals as STEM Leaders – Building the Evidence Base for Improved STEM Learning’ project, funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment,...Continue reading blog post
Decolonising curriculum knowledge: A scholarly journey from the local, to national and international perspectives
I began decolonising curriculum knowledge 25 years ago. The tragic murder of the Black British teenager Stephen Lawrence in 1993 was the catalyst of my activism in education, research, teaching...Continue reading blog post
Language teachers use a variety of strategies while teaching. The focus and choices around such strategies range from pedagogical reasons and language development, to concerns around students’...Continue reading blog post
A transatlantic perspective on theorising education reveals that the academic study of educational phenomena has developed differently within various contexts (Biesta, 2022). In some...Continue reading blog post
Learner-centred pedagogy (LCP) has been introduced in numerous countries around the world, usually as a response to the perceived lack of effectiveness of traditional ‘teacher-centred’...Continue reading blog post
Developed countries have plunged into an intelligent era, while Ghana and many sub-Saharan African countries are still taking baby steps towards modernisation. It’s nearly two decades since...Continue reading blog post
‘Community’ is suggestive of collectivism and plurality, while ‘enquiry’ evokes processes of exploration led by pressing questions or concerns. Combining these concepts and practices is at...Continue reading blog post
Education plays a primary role in identity formation, including the process of national-identity building, which is reflected in education policies, national curricula and teaching practices. In...Continue reading blog post
‘Community’ is suggestive of collectivism and plurality, while ‘enquiry’ evokes processes of exploration led by pressing questions or concerns. Combining these concepts and practices is at...
Usually during academic conferences and seminars, the form of the one-to-one exchange, between ‘presenter’ and ‘participants’, reproduces a certain politics of the academic conversation:...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...