The University of Strathclyde is currently inviting abstracts up to 500 words for presentations (ca.30-45min) discussing Paul Feyerabend with regard to educational thinking. The organisers will invite a number of presenters to contribute to an edited collection of essays on Feyerabend and education, which is planned for publication in 2024 to celebrate Feyerabend’s centennial birthday.
BERA has grown in recent years and currently offers more awards, grants and funding for members than ever before; awarding over £80,000 of funding in 2019 alone. As an organisation BERA are committed to principles of openness, integrity and transparency and seek to uphold ethical values in all activities and processes. For this reason, BERA
SERA is delighted to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI) https://www.sera.ac.uk/wp-admin/edit.php This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) provides a framework for areas of cooperation, collaboration, and joint working between the Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA) and the Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI).
Our colleagues from the Education in the North journal have issued a call for papers for their forthcoming special issue, Remote Teaching to ensure equal access to education in rural schools. Full details of this call for papers can be accessed here.
In Manchester in May 2020 will be the 11th annual TEAN conference. TEAN (teacher education advancement network) is an independent professional learning community for teacher educators across the UK, Europe and beyond https://tean.ac.uk. The conference is focused on critical evaluation of innovative practice and research in the education and professional development of teachers. Attending TEAN conference provides
The annual conference for the European Sociological Association is to take place in Dublin this year. The theme of this year’s conference is Inclusive Education and Society in a Time of Change: Theories, Policies and Practices. The call for papers is now open. Venue: Trinity College, Dublin Date: 20th and 21st August 2020. Further details
Our colleagues from NECE – Networking European Citizenship Education are hosting their annual conference in Glasgow this month. The conference is entitled Confronting Inequality-The Role of Citizenship in Education. The NECE 2019 conference aims to explore the issue of inequalities in the development of young people’s citizenship and political identity. NECE 2019 will provide a
Our colleagues at the Education in the North journal are at the early stages of preparing a special issue that will come out later this year. To this end, a call for papers is going out. For this edition the editorial team are particularly interested in, but not limiting their interest to, articles that deal