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Virtual Event – Knowledge, Curriculum, and Pedagogy: Universality and developmental difference across educational phases

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Speakers

Chris Brown, Professor

Professor in Education at Durham University

Chris is seeking to drive forward the notion of Professional Learning Networks (PLNs) as a means to promote the collaborative learning of teachers. The aim of this collaborative learning is to improve both teaching practice and student outcomes,...

Gerry Czernisawski, Professor

University of East London

Gerry Czerniawski runs the doctoral programmes (PhD and Professional Doctorate in Education) at Cass and teaches on Initial Teacher Education (ITE) courses.  In addition to his role as a researcher, author and teacher educator he is the Chair of...

Lisa-Maria Müller

Education Research Manager at Chartered College of Teaching

Researcher in Education, Multilingualism and Wellbeing linking research, policy and practice. Expert in communicating complex research findings to a wide range of audiences. Passionate about education and teacher development. Experienced in data...

Mark Priestley, Professor

University of Stirling

Mark Priestley is professor of education and the director of the Stirling Network for Curriculum Studies. He is also the lead editor of the Curriculum Journal. His research interests relate to curriculum theory, the professional work of teachers,...

Dominic Wyse, Professor

BERA President at UCL Institute of Education

Dominic Wyse is Professor of Early Childhood and Primary Education at the University College London (UCL) Institute of Education (IOE). Dominic is current President of the British Educational Research Association (BERA) from 2019 to 2021. He is...

Chair

Mhairi Beaton, Dr

BERA Conference & Events Chair at Leeds Beckett University

Mhairi Beaton is Reader at the Carnegie School of Education, Leeds Beckett University. After completing a Bachelor of Education at University of Edinburgh, Mhairi worked as a primary school teacher in Highland Region in the north of Scotland....