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Hajisoteriou, Christina; Panaou, Petros; Angelides, Panayiotis – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
Over the last decade, various organisations, scholars and educators across the globe have been arguing for the need to foster dialogue between and with children regarding the world they want to have, in terms of both justice and sustainability. Research has shown that stories and storytelling have a world-making and world-changing character that…
Descriptors: Student Empowerment, Social Action, Social Justice, Folk Culture
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Willis, Linda-Dianne; Shaukat, Sadia; Low-Choy, Samantha – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
In this article we explore the use of teacher professional standards in an initial teacher education programme and preservice teacher perceptions of their preparedness for teaching using a survey of 54 first- and second-year preservice teachers in a graduate-entry programme. The survey asked the preservice teachers to respond to 16 questions based…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Career Readiness, Standards
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Fotheringham, Peter; Harriott, Thomas; Healy, Grace; Arenge, Gabrielle; Wilson, Elaine – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
The pressures and influences experienced by school leaders as school policymakers, during the first responses to COVID-19 pandemic, made their task of interpreting, translating and implementing school guidance both difficult and stressful. During COVID-19 pandemic, school leaders faced challenges to prioritise and balance ever-changing government…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Policy Formation, Influences
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Scholes, Laura; Wallace, Elizabeth; Walker, Sue; Lunn Brownlee, Jo; Lawson, Veronica – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
Moral reasoning in values education can promote a democratic way of life. It involves addressing behaviour expectations in responses to violence or bullying. There is increasing interest in how children make moral judgments about social inclusion within diverse cultural settings. Critical research highlights the relationship between epistemic…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Preadolescents, Moral Values, Inclusion
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Papadopoulou, Marianna; Sidorenko, Ewa – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
This study discusses some of the paradoxes found in the rhetoric of participatory research. Research-with-children views them as competent and agentic and as social actors, as citizens with opinions that must be listened to and given due weight. This image of the child as a social actor fails to acknowledge the structural, contextual and…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Childrens Attitudes, Elementary School Students, Student Attitudes
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Jerrim, John – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
The wellbeing of young people has become an important education policy issue, with suggestions that mental health problems amongst young people have increased in recent years. Experiences at school are thought to be a key factor contributing to mental ill-health amongst adolescents. Yet surprisingly, little is known about how mental health…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Well Being, Mental Health, Adolescents
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Ward, Catherine – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
This article builds on Yuval-Davis's (2006, 2007, 2011) theories of belonging, in order to relay how practitioners can support unaccompanied asylum-seeking children (UASCs) in developing a positive sense of belonging in educational spaces in England. To do so, the article synthesises literature surrounding theories of belonging, UASCs' educational…
Descriptors: Refugees, Children, Foreign Countries, Student School Relationship
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Scholes, Laura; McDonald, Sarah – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
This article reports on a survey of 332 Year 3 students from 14 Australian schools. We are interested in exploring Year 3 primary school student aspirations and what this data shows us about any societal changes, or not. This study is timely as it reports on contemporary data within an Australian educational context marked by significant…
Descriptors: Grade 3, Career Choice, Social Change, Masculinity
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Campbell, Tammy – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
The Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP) is a statutory, summative teacher assessment against nationally prescribed criteria. It is completed for all children in state education in England in summer of the reception year, when September-born children are nearly 6 and summer-born children are turning 5. This research uses quantitative…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Age Differences, Peer Groups, Child Development
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Maldonado, Joana Elisa; De Witte, Kristof – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
The school closures owing to the 2020 COVID-19 crisis resulted in a significant disruption of education provision, leading to fears of learning losses and of an increase in educational inequality. This article evaluates the effects of school closures based on standardised tests in the last year of primary school in the Dutch-speaking Flemish…
Descriptors: School Closing, COVID-19, Pandemics, Foreign Countries
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Crane, Laura; Davies, Jade; Fritz, Anne; O'Brien, Sarah; Worsley, Alison; Remington, Anna – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
Changes to special educational needs and disability (SEND) legislation in England were implemented in 2014. Here, we evaluate the impact of these changes from the perspective of 80 autistic young people aged 16-25 years. Using an online survey and/or interviews, we examined young people's views on three key principles of the SEND reforms: the help…
Descriptors: Autism, Adolescents, Young Adults, Special Education
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Billington, Tom; Gibson, Sarah; Fogg, Penny; Lahmar, Jamal; Cameron, Harriet – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
There are concerns globally about the emotional wellbeing and mental health of young people and in this paper a critical orientation comprises both theoretical and empirical data sources. The case is made that (1) the medical model of mental health -- that of problem identification, diagnosis and medical treatment at the level of the individual --…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Well Being, Teacher Education, Affective Behavior
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Hurry, Jane; Fridkin, Lisa; Holliman, Andrew J. – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
One argument for early intervention for reading difficulties is that it can sustainably improve children's reading competence trajectory (the 'inoculation model'), but there are virtually no studies on sustained effects at the end of compulsory schooling. This study reports on a 10-year follow-up of a widely used early literacy intervention,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Intervention, Reading Instruction, Reading Difficulties
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Jones, David Raymond – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
In the context of the increased frustration and anxiety around managerialism of universities, this article explores how a group of 11 academics, from three different universities, diverse disciplines and levels are responding collectively outside of their work. Moreover, it tracks the enactment of the 'Slow Swimming Club', initiated by the author…
Descriptors: Leisure Time, Aquatic Sports, Physical Activities, College Faculty
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Gideon, Ido – British Educational Research Journal, 2022
In Israel, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the most fundamental political and moral issue current and future citizens face. If we accept the maxim that schools should prepare citizens for participation in determining the future of their state, Israeli students must be introduced to the historical, political and moral questions at the heart of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Epistemology, War, Conflict
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