What are English as Second Language and English as Foreign Language teachers’ beliefs concerning multilingualism? And how do they adapt their teaching to take into account students’ diverse...Continue reading blog post
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Understanding teacher identity in teachers’ professional lives: Findings from a systematic review of the literature
Understandings of teacher identity have remained consistent for the past two decades with a consensus that identity is dynamic, flexible and hybrid and is influenced by a range of individual...Continue reading blog post
Introduction In Ireland teacher continuing professional development is provided by national support services. These are staffed with teachers seconded annually from their schools for a maximum of...Continue reading blog post
Research Intelligence issue 156: Intersectionality: Teaching & learning in UK schools
Teaching excellence has been at the forefront of policy worldwide (O’Leary & Savage, 2020). In the UK, the Teaching Excellence Framework, ranking tables and scrutiny from the Office for...Continue reading blog post
The BERA Educational Research Book of the Year award celebrates the publication of educational research and is awarded to a scholarly book on education deemed to be high quality, engaging and...
Ethnic minority communities in the UK see education as a gateway for opportunities. Yet in the UK, the ethnic background of teaching staff does not mirror the profile of the pupils (Demie & See,...Continue reading blog post
Teaching generalist primary teachers to teach classroom music
Have you ever wondered what is in a teacher’s bag? The following is a ‘found’1 poem compiled from the chat transcript of one of the four online poetry workshops which formed a part of the...Continue reading blog post
Funding Announced: BERA Small Grants Fund 2023/2024: Education in a digital age: Perspectives from policy and practice
Through our Small Grants Fund, BERA awards funding annually to research on a different, pressing theme each year, with the intention that each project will: make important contributions to the...
Parents who choose to send their child to a British School Overseas (BSO) do so for quality assurance of a British education, one which promises the highest of standards but also comes at a cost...Continue reading blog post
This series of reports presents the findings and recommendations of six research projects funded by BERA’s 2022/23 Small Grants Fund (SGF) on the theme ‘learning for all’. The projects...