BERA is a membership association and learned society committed to advancing research quality, building research capacity and fostering research engagement. BERA aims to inform the development of policy and practice by promoting the best quality evidence produced by educational research.

An invitation to consider writing for the BERA blog https://www.bera.ac.uk/blog has been issued by the lead editor.

BERA would be really happy to publish your work providing it can be written about targeting an audience interested in educational research. The Blog has been going since 2015 and they have just hit the 500,000 readership – so this might be an invaluable opportunity for those of you writing about education to get your ideas out to a wider audience (researchers, teachers, policy makers, practitioners, etc.)

Please take a look at the Blog if this is of interest to you – and then contact Professor Gerry Czerniawski PFHEA PhD PGCE, Research Degrees Leader and Lead Editor of the BERA Blog by email g.czerniawski@uel.ac.uk. The maximum word count is 750 words (including references) and you will need to supply a photo (JPEG) and a short (max 150 words) biography.

 

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