The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) conducts the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) study of 15-year-old students’ academic achievement. In order...Continue reading blog post
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How science capital helps to understand the urban–rural divide in Chinese students’ science aspirations
Chinese students were reported to have relatively low science aspirations, which contrasts with their outstanding attainment in international student assessment (OECD, 2019). Meanwhile, a bigger...Continue reading blog post
Tensions in scaling up effective professional development: Balancing programme integrity and school adaptation
Decades of research have sought to unpack the challenges of balancing programme integrity and school adaptation when taking educational interventions to scale. Professor emeritus Larry Cuban from...Continue reading blog post
Year 3 student career choices: Exploring societal changes in constructions of masculinity and femininity in career choice justifications
Gender stereotypes continue to play a significant role in how children imagine their future careers, and in the long term, these stereotypes may limit opportunities for both boys and girls. We...Continue reading blog post
Evaluating curricular and pedagogical practices of internationalisation in higher education: A postcolonial perspective
Problem Many British and Sino-British universities offer postgraduate programmes in education to contribute to internationalisation in higher education. These programmes have recently been...Continue reading blog post
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the academic, psychological and sociocultural adaptation of international students in the UK
Although there is a well-established literature on the international student experience (Schartner & Young, 2020), we know relatively little about what ‘being an international student’ has...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...
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 blog post
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 blog post
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 blog post
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...