Research Intelligence issue 158: Unheard voices: Language education outside the mainstream
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Today’s superdiverse educational landscape, marked by a global teacher shortage crisis worsened by Covid-19, heightens the demand for educators, especially in countries like Australia and the...Continue reading blog post
Globally, there is a growing focus on school-based teacher education models (Lunenberg et al., 2014). The ‘pendulum swing’ between theory and practice has made schools and teachers far more...Continue reading blog post
Video lessons were used extensively by high school teachers during Covid-19 emergency remote learning. Now, in the wake of the pandemic, video instruction continues to play an important role in...Continue reading blog post
In 2017 the Department for Education (DfE) launched National Professional Qualifications (NPQs) in middle, senior and executive leadership, as well as a revamped NPQH for headteachers, to train...Continue reading blog post
BERA Council has agreed to establish an expert panel to investigate the situation regarding funding for educational research in the UK. David James (Cardiff University, and chair of the REF 2021...
Gender and sexualities research carries unique sensitivities and challenges that can create a range of barriers for postgraduate and early career educational researchers. The event Researching...
In the UK context, as per worldwide, we need teachers and doctors more than ever. We face the challenge of attracting the right candidates, ensuring they complete training programmes, and enter...Continue reading blog post
Teachers are doing it for themselves: Developing Beach School approaches to support an effective climate change curriculum
Zac Goldsmith’s controversial resignation letter in 2023 was interesting for its ‘insider’ revelation about the apathetic attitude of the present political leadership towards the...Continue reading blog post
Rose-tinted glasses and varifocals: A reflective lens on the development of initial teacher training curricula
In 2023 I attended the annual BERA Conference, and was particularly struck by Elizabeth Chapman Hoult and colleagues’ workshop, ‘Revisioning teacher education within higher education: An...Continue reading blog post
The BERA Blog post ‘Dropping off a cliff’ makes a strong case that the current trainee teacher recruitment crisis in England has been exacerbated by several Department for Education (DfE)...Continue reading blog post