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Researching for social justice and educational improvement
June 21 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
This is an excellent opportunity for teachers to present their work, including PGR and MA students. Many academics
from across the University of Bedfordshire who have interests in education and educational research will also be presenting. Visit the BERA website for more information.
Keynote speakers include:
- Wayne Sawyer – University of Sydney
- Larissa Mclean Davies – University of Melbourne
- Peter Smagorinsky – University of Georgia
- Linda Price – University of Bedfordshire
Call for papers
The organisers are interested in all aspects of educational research that address the broad theme of social justice and
educational improvement. As the conference is partly hosted by the English Education SIG in association with NATE
then any aspect of work in English is welcome including, for example, related areas such as Applied Linguistics, TEFL and English Literature. Papers that address issues in teacher education and interdisciplinary aspects of research are also welcome. We are especially interested to offer opportunities to teacher researchers, Masters and PhD students. Papers will be grouped into sessions with 3 or 4 papers that have some common theme or topic. The call for papers will be open until 30th May.
Each proposal should provide a title, up to 25 words, a 250 word abstract [excluding references] and five keywords. All proposals will be peer reviewed and decisions communicated by 15th May to all papers submitted by then, later papers will considered until 30th May and decisions communicated by 6th June. For informal discussion about proposals and advice, please email Professor Andy Goodwyn
This conference is held in collaboration between BERA SIG ‘English in Education’, IRED, in association with The National Association for The Teaching of English, The International Federation for the Teaching of English, Inspirit – St Thomas More Teaching school and the Chartered College of Teaching. It will be supported by the University’s two Education schools, Teacher Education and The School of Education and English Language.
Costs are being kept low as this event is supported by BERA whose mission is to encourage research in education:
BERA Member £25.00
Member of the Chartered College £40.00