The spring 2019 issue of the SERA Research Bulletin can now be accessed from this link. This issue includes articles about: Catholic Schools 1918-2018. Stephen McKinney A Modern Tale from the Sherwood Forest. A. Luby and P. Beckley Changing Pedagogy in Scottish Primary Schools: Insights from the Exploring Pedagogy in Primary 1 (EPP1) Project. Pauline Duncan and
The next University of Edinburgh Physical Education Forum Seminar is happening at Moray House School of Education on Tuesday 5th March at 5pm in St Leonard’s Land room 3.24. Young women, instagram and physical education: learning about bodies, health and fitness. The seminar is presented by Dr. Maria José Camacho Miñano who is a Professor
Those involved with SERA and all other colleagues engaged in research may find this opportunity of interest. The World Education Research Association (WERA) have partnered with IEA in Hamburg and DiVER at the University of Hamburg to offer the chance for a visiting researcher to develop their own research project while benefiting from the individual
Omar Alawajee from the University of Strathclyde talks about his presentation at the SERA Conference 2018. His work involves looking at the impact on online games on the social, emotional and behavioural development of learners with autism.
The winner of this year’s Estelle Brisard Award at the SERA Conference 2018 is Omolabake Fakunle from the University of Edinburgh. Omolabake already has history with SERA having won the three-minute thesis award at last year’s conference. Here we can listen to Omolabake talking about her award winning work.
The SERA Executive were delighted to welcome Professor Gary McCulloch, President of the British Educational Research Association (BERA) to the SERA Conference 2018 on his first visit to our event. Here we can listen to Professor Stephen McKinney from SERA ask Professor McCulloch what his first impressions of the conference are.
The Scottish Physical Education and Research Network (ScotPERN) is a SERA network that provides a forum to support dissemination of research in PE and HWB by connecting all key stakeholders who have an interest in in these fields both within and beyond the Scottish context. It aims provide a forum to discuss and debate current
Dr Aileen Kennedy and Dr Nicola Carse from the University of Edinburgh discuss their presentation about the ongoing work of the Measuring Quality in Initial Teacher Education research programme.
Dr Stephen Day from the University of West of Scotland is the current President of SERA. Here he talks about the first day of #seraconf18 and he looks forward to what the rest of the conference has to offer.
Jill Shimi and Lauren Boath from the School of Education and Social Work at the University of Dundee talk about the Science symposium that they, along with their colleaguesProfessor Samia Khan, Dr Liz Lakin and Richard Holme, gave at the SERA Conference 2018.