BERA UK Podcast

By BERA UK

The British Educational Research Association (BERA) is the leading authority on educational research in the UK, supporting and representing the community of scholars, practitioners and everyone engaged in and with educational research both nationally and internationally.BERA is a membership association and learned society committed to advancing research quality, building research capacity and fostering research engagement. We aim to inform the development of policy and practice by promoting the best quality evidence produced by educational research.This podcast consists of research informed content on key educational issues. This podcast gives our members a voice to promote their research and features educational leaders and experts speaking about hot topic issues in Education. Our aim is to produce and promote episodes that attract policymakers, parents, teachers, educational leaders, members of school communities, politicians, and anyone who is interested in education today.

  1. 1.
    The BERA ECR Network presents: Negotiating Past, Present and Future Selves in the Research Process
    30:39
  2. 2.
    The BERA ECR Network presents: Beyond the orthodoxies: Alternative concepts and tools for research
    29:51
  3. 3.
    The BERA ECR Network presents: The University in Transition: Visual Higher Education Studies
    33:55
  4. 4.
    Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?:Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum
    37:16
  5. 5.
    Tackling widespread myths and misconceptions through transformatory teacher training and sustained support for schools: The UCL Centre for Holocaust Education
    35:46
  6. 6.
    Making evidence make news: Fran Abrams
    31:50
  7. 7.
    Access to education in the Caribbean: Dr Olivene Burke
    38:15
  8. 8.
    Lessons from Lockdown: The Educational Legacy of COVID-19: Dr Tony Breslin
    32:41
  1. 9.
    The BERA ECR Network presents: Academic Writing and Publishing Experiences from an ECR
    35:40
  2. 10.
    Leading the Future of Science and Technology Education in Wales: Professor Tom Crick
    40:27
  3. 11.
    End of Year BERA Update
    33:43
  4. 12.
    The BERA ECR Network presents: Can (Should) ECRs be peer reviewers? Demystifying the feedback process in scholarly peer review
    34:05
  5. 13.
    The BERA ECR Network presents: Navigating peer review behind-the-scenes
    29:12
  6. 14.
    Inclusive Relationships, Sex and Health Education in culturally and religiously diverse communities
    27:45
  7. 15.
    A duty of care and a duty to teach: educational priorities in response to the COVID-19 crisis
    35:33
  8. 16.
    Missing grades, missed opportunities? The impact of exam cancellation among elective home education families
    22:33
  9. 17.
    In Conversations with...Professor Paul Miller
    34:16
  10. 18.
    Education Unmasked:An interview with the Teacher Education Professional Bodies UCET and NASBTT
    41:00
  11. 19.
    In Conversations with...Professor Mary James & Professor Andrew Pollard
    25:56
  12. 20.
    Covid-19 and Teaching Schools
    22:40
  13. 21.
    BAME Educators and Covid-19
    28:34
  14. 22.
    Mental Health and Wellbeing: The Impact of Covid-19
    14:02
  15. 23.
    The right to protest: A children’s rights perspective on the school climate strikes
    28:07
  16. 24.
    A study of Progress 8 and school accountability in England
    15:53
  17. 25.
    Education Unmasked: An interview with the Chartered College of Teaching
    40:51
  18. 26.
    International Perspectives on Teacher Education during Covid-19 and Lockdown
    32:10
  19. 27.
    In Conversations with...Professor Usha Goswami
    20:59
  20. 28.
    A war for our world: Reframing the climate crisis
    36:42
  21. 29.
    Becoming and being an ECR – identity, practice & serendipity
    39:57
  22. 30.
    Pupils with English as an Additional Language, their families and COVID-19: current challenges and finding a way forward
    23:49
  23. 31.
    What! No face-to-face contact with participants? What are the alternatives?
    13:11
  24. 32.
    Place-responsive pedagogy: The lessons learned from an old oak tree
    32:25
  25. 33.
    Educational Technology and Covid-19
    25:53
  26. 34.
    In Conversations with...Professor Ian Menter
    28:57
  27. 35.
    Who owns the Curriculum Now?
    7:57
  28. 36.
    Thinking about care and care needs in the context of Covid-19
    30:58
  29. 37.
    The Importance of Nature: before, during and after Covid-19
    10:57
  30. 38.
    The Impact of Covid-19 on Mental Health, Wellbeing and Education
    22:29

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