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This second decade of the 21st century continues to bring extraordinary uncertainty and challenge. In education, researchers, teachers and students were forced to adapt to digital methods as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. In the midst of this, the huge waves of Black Lives Matter anti-racism protests across the world demanded the reframing of education and curriculum content, challenging educational institutions in their thinking and (in)action over the years in advancing inclusive practice for race equity in teaching and learning. The articles in the special section of RI 151 respond to the inter-relatedness of the Covid-19 crisis and the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests, and by doing so, provide an important return to themes of inquiry shared in RI 142 on ‘Decolonising the Curriculum: Transnational Perspectives’ with new questions. • What opportunities in repositioning research to advance approaches in teaching and learning have emerged from this exceptional period of time? • How has educational research taken a lead in generating new knowledge for shaping our adaptations in the recovery of teaching and learning?
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||British Educational Research Association|
|Number of pages||40|
|Publication status||Published - 22 May 2022|
- Decolonising the Curriculum
- Digital learning
- Teaching and Learning
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King's College, London. Hybrid Public Symposium: Decolonising knowledge production in global health & social medicine
Marlon Moncrieffe (Keynote speaker)10 Jun 2022
Activity: External talk or presentation › Invited talk
British Educational Research Association (Publisher)
Marlon Moncrieffe (Editor in chief)1 Jan 2022 → 31 May 2022
Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work › Editorial work
Pandemic, Protests, Recovery, Opportunity: What's next for research in Education. School of Education, University of Brighton.
Marlon Moncrieffe (Organiser)12 Jul 2021
Activity: Events › Conference