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Drawing division

At a national and international level, research on very low attaining pupils of secondary age is rare compared to younger age groups, and while there has been increased interest in the past decade...

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  • Carla Finesilver

Blog post8 Dec 2015

Reading More Wisely

In 2014, ReadingWise invited us to carry out an independent study of its Computer-Based Literacy Programme for Accelerated Reading Acquisition. Following exploratory meetings, schools and adult...

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  • John MacBeath
  • Alex Alexandrou

Blog post7 Dec 2015

Living with Research

The English education system is riddled with contradictions and the call for teaching to become more of a research based profession is just one of them. This call raises a number of problems for...

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  • Lisa Pettifer

Blog post5 Oct 2015

Can Social Realism Do Social Justice?

Our BERA presentation, ‘Can Social Realism Do Social Justice: Debating the Warrants for Curriculum Knowledge Selection’, is based on a paper of the same title, soon to be available online from...

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  • Lew Zipin
  • Marie Brennan

Blog post16 Sep 2015