Introducing Institutional Ethnography for Research in Education
by Clare Sutton | Editor's Choice, Foucault, Knowledge, Latest Posts, Theory | 2
As a College-Based Higher Education (CBHE) course leader I continually, and often frustratingly,...Read More
Whose involvement has capital? The application of Bourdieu’s thinking tools for the study of parental involvement.
by Max Antony-Newman | Bourdieu, Inequalities, Latest Posts | 3
All parents want the best education for their children (Vincent 2017), but not all parental actions are created equal (Lareau 2015). One of the explanations of this phenomenon provided in the literature has been the fact that...Read More
How will higher education shape the future? A symposium
by Zsuzsanna Géring | Governance | 0
Roles and responsibility of the university in shaping future societies How can higher education...Read More
Why we need radical education in social movements
by John Holst | Social Justice | 0
Reflections on AERC 2016: Drawing Tomorrow’s Blueprint from Today’s Inkwell This reflective essay...Read More
Antonio Gramsci: A Pedagogy to Change the World
Imprisoned by a regime that, by 1930, enjoyed a wide consensus, Antonio Gramsci had an overarching...Read More
Finding your writing flow
by Oscar Odena | Research Students | 0
How can doctoral students complete their theses timely? A number of factors facilitate timely...Read More
Can emancipation happen at school?
by Alessandra Aloisi | Theory | 0
Alessandra Aloisi provides a critical review of Bingham’s Biesta’s book on Jacques Ranciere:...Read More
Education needs a broader definition of literacy
by Cristina Costa | Pedagogy & Curriculum | 2
Literacy was, still is and will continue to be a core mission of education. The ‘popular’ meaning...Read More
Digital citizenship: creating a deliberative pedagogical context
by Cristina Costa | Theory | 3
Digital citizenship and digital literacies are topics with a growing popularity, given the impact...Read More
Challenging ethical conventions: disseminating research with participants
by Oscar Odena | Method, Research Students | 1
How can researchers enhance the relevance of research outputs for practitioners? Delegates at...Read More
The challenge of accessing data: my PhD journey so far
by Nighet Riaz | Research Students | 2
By Nighet Riaz This is the first of two posts based on my recent presentation at the BERA...Read More
Does educational research matter?
by Mark Murphy | BERA 2013 | 0
This is the question posed in a recent briefing document produced by BERA (29th August 2013),...Read More
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