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British Educational Research Journal (BERJ)

Référence :  Vol. 47, n°5, octobre 2021


  • Understanding school mobility and mobile pupils in England, Clara Rübner Jørgensen, Thomas Perry
  • Silence at school: Uses and experiences of silence in pedagogy at a secondary school, Amy Hanna
  • Preventing violent extremism: Resourcing, stakeholder strategies and fostering belonging and connection in Australian schools, Garth Stahl, Melanie Baak, Sam Schulz, Ben Adams, Andrew Peterson
  • Embodying the least-adult role, Lindsey Garratt
  • Sorting or mixing? Multi-track and single-track schools and social inequalities in a differentiated educational system, Herman G. van de Werfhorst
  • Understanding higher education access: Inequalities and early learning in low and lower-middle-income countries, Sonia Ilie, Pauline Rose, Anna Vignoles
  • Social inequalities in early childhood competences, and the relative role of social and emotional versus cognitive skills in predicting adult outcomes, Ingrid Schoon, Bilal Nasim, Rose Cook
  • Social inequalities in attaining higher education in Scotland: New evidence from sibling data, Adriana Duta, Cristina Iannelli, Richard Breen
  • Twenty-two testable hypotheses about phronesis: Outlining an educational research programme, Kristján Kristjánsson
  • Cognition in art education, Rebecca Heaton
  • Grade retention and academic self-concept: A multilevel analysis of the effects of schools’ retention composition, Timo Van Canegem, Mieke Van Houtte, Jannick Demanet
  • The relationship between child behaviour problems at school entrance and teenage vocabulary acquisition: A comparison of two generations of British children born 30 years apart, Sam Parsons, Alice Sullivan, Vanessa Moulton, Emla Fitzsimons, George B. Ploubidis
  • ‘University is a non-Muslim experience, you know? The experience is as good as it can be’: Satisfied settling in Muslim students’ experiences and implications for Muslim student voice, Maisha Islam, Lucy Mercer-Mapstone
  • Unseen roots and unfolding flowers? Prison learning, equality and the education of socially excluded groups, Sarah Galloway
  • The culture of disciplines: Reconceptualising multi-subject curricula, Richard Davies, Jo Trowsdale

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catégorie(s) :  théorie de l'éducation