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British Journal of Educational Studies (BJES)

Référence :  Vol. 69, n°6, décembre 2021



  • Parental perceptions of learning loss during covid-19 school closures in 2020, Charlotte Booth, Aase Villadsen, Alissa Goodman & Emla Fitzsimons
  • Escaping the fire for the frying-pan? British teachers entering international schooling, Tristan Bunnell & Adam Poole
  • Pressure, bureaucracy, accountability, and all for show: Irish perspectives on life inside England’s schools, Craig Skerritt
  • Education and social haunting in post-industrial Britain: primary school pupils’ experiences of schooling in a former coalmining community, Katherine Simpson & Robin Simmons
  • Science and technology in England and Wales: the lost opportunity of the colleges of advanced technology, Robin Simmons
  • ‘Ofsted says we are outstanding’: HMI conceptions of teaching excellence in the nineteenth- and twentieth-century primary school, Russell Grigg

Book Reviews

  • Working out the salvation of privilege in elite schools: a time capsule study of minority students in Asia, Aaron Koh
  • Schools, food and social learning, By Gurpinder Singh Lalli. Pp 104. London: Routledge. 2019, Laura Hamilton
  • Towards the compassionate university: from golden thread to global impact, Edited by Kathryn Waddington. Pp 236 + xv. Abingdon: Routledge. 2021, Aysha Mazhar
  • Plato’s dialogues to enhance learning and inquiry: exploring Socrates’ use of protreptic for student engagement, By Mason Marshall. Pp 234. London: Routledge. 2021, Mark E. Jonas

Informations complémentaires :

mot(s) clé(s) :  enseignement supérieur, histoire de l'éducation, situation de crise et pandémie, technologie éducative

catégorie(s) :  théorie de l'éducation