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BESA Journal Special Edition: Psychology of Education

Posted November 20, 2020
Foreword by Dr. Victoria Blinkhorn, BESA Guest Editor Welcome to the Psychology of Education Special Edition of the BESA journal Educationalfutures. It has been a pleasure to be involved in BESA and to edit this special edition which aims to provide a high quality selection of articles that draw more →

Behind The Mask

Posted November 9, 2020
Glenn Dene discusses his book, ‘Behind the Mask’, which documents photographs of staff at the Nevill Hall Hospital, Abergavenny, working through the Covid-19 pandemic. Glenn answers questions about the book, his views on the NHS and how his education impacted on his more →

Free BESA Online Webinars Available for Booking

Posted October 23, 2020
We are pleased to announce that the next two BESA Webinars are available for booking and details are provided below. These are free to all and are limited to 30 places per event, so if you are interested in attending, please book early to avoid disappointment. Registration will close more →

External Examiner Vacancy at University of Gloucestershire

Posted October 22, 2020
*Please note, this vacancy has now filled and is no longer accepting applications The University of Gloucestershire is looking for an external examiner for its BA Education and BA Education, Inclusion and SEN programmes. The post will involve the usual duties of acting as a critical friend who scrutinises more →

Meet the BESA Executive Committee – Richard Sanders, Web Site Lead

Posted October 9, 2020
As web site lead on the executive committee, Richard Sanders introduces his role within the association and welcomes contact from the wider community regarding the online resources that BESA provides. Richard has previous professional experience in web site development that he brings to this role; is currently completing his more →

Summary of Staffordshire University Online Event – Education Destabilized (18th August 2020)

Posted October 5, 2020
As educators far and wide are busy planning to adapt to the pandemic conditions of this new academic year, the Education department at Staffordshire University held a guest speaker event in association with BESA to consider crisis responses in the field of education in other times and places. While more →