SERA Networks provide the opportunity to discuss and further promote a major theme or issue in educational policy, theory and practice that requires dialogue across fields and research;
The network enables researchers, practitioners and other stakeholders in Scottish education (e.g. GTCS; EIS; Local authorities; Education Scotland; School leaders and practitioners) to meet by organising seminars and/or presentations at the SERA conference;
A SERA Network will thus contribute to raise awareness of the theme in Scottish educational debates and broader debates (including debates in the media) and to disseminate findings from practice and from research.
To find out more about existing SERA Networks please follow the links below. Each Network has one or two conveners – please contact them in the first instance if you are interested in joining one of the Networks and become a member of the SERA community.
SERA welcomes proposals for new Networks – if you are interested in setting up a network under SERA, the following document might prove useful: