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.
Associate Professor Aliya Kuzhabekova from Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education in Astana, Kazakhstan talks about her poster presentation entitled Research Capacity and Re-adjustment of Ph.D Holders from Kazakhstan at #seraconf18 at the University of Glasgow, School of Education.
Professor Stephen McKinney from the University of Glasgow took time out at our last SERA Executive meeting to offer a preview of what delegates can look forward to at this week’s event. We are looking forward to welcoming all keynote speakers, presenters and delegates to what we are sure will be an excellent conference. If
The Scottish Physical Education Network are looking at their activities for 2019 and are currently proposing that this is what it will do: January 2019 – ScotPERN & PERF joint seminar at University of Edinburgh speaker and date TBC. January 2019 – Launch of ERASMUS+ KA2 project: Disentangling Inclusion in Primary Physical Education. This project
Below is a summary of the work of the Scottish Physical Education Network from 2016 – 2018. Year 1 Network Activities: 2016 January 2016 – Launch Event for Scottish Physical Education Network at University of Edinburgh. June 2016 – Workshop on research methods at University of Dundee. September 2016 – Seminar at University of Strathclyde:
The SERA student representatives along with the BERA (postgraduate forum) organised the first joint BERA-SERA postgraduate research event bringing together doctoral students to explore their triumphs, troubles and dilemmas in data analysis. The seminar entitled ‘Data analysis in educational research: triumphs, troubles and dilemmas‘ took place on the 30th September 2016 at the University of
SERA student representatives organised a ‘Theory and methods‘ seminar for PGRs and ECRs which took place on the 25th of June at the University of Stirling. Professor Kate Wall, School of Education, University of Strathclyde, delivered a session entitled: An introduction into visual methodology. This session aimed to facilitate dialogue about visual methodology in educational