SERA supports the following Scottish based journals:
SER – Scottish Educational Review
Scottish Educational Review (SER) publishes academic articles and research notes relating to the field of educational policy and practice. The journal also publishes a regular review of the proceedings of the Education, Lifelong Learning and Culture Committee of the Scottish Parliament, as well as reviews of recently published books. We also publish the keynote addresses from the annual Scottish Educational Research Association conference.
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Education in the North
Education in the North was founded in 1965. The principal aim of the journal, which is published annually, is to provide information, comment and research findings on all aspects of interest to Scottish education, including from an international context, in a way that will have a broad appeal to teachers in primary and secondary schools, to lecturers in further and higher education and to other professionals including community education workers, educational psychologists and educational administrators. A major theme for the journal is ‘impact’ and the implications of research for practice.
SERA’s publications include:
SERA Ethical Guidelines
Guidelines for Research in School
June 2016 – NEW!! – A second report has been produced by the Royal Society of Edinburgh on the roundtable discussion held in June 2016 on the creation of a Research agenda for Scotland. Many SERA members contributed views and expertise at the event:
2015 – A report has been produced by the Royal Society of Edinburgh on the roundtable discussion held on 4th November 2015 in Edinburgh on the Draft Improvement Framework. Representatives from the SERA Executive were in attendance: