'How to research critical conversations in educational leadership?'

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This jointly organised BERA and BELMAS event creates a space for leadership stories to be told and leadership issues to be raised, linked to accounts of different methodological approaches used to examine such accounts. Presenters are invited to offer testimony yet to be researched as well as accounts of current research. We hope to include discussion of autoethnography, narrative, case study, survey and mixed methods approaches to stimulate 'critical conversations' about such issues as: gender and leadership, race and leadership, pupil leadership, teacher leadership and academic leadership in school-university partnerships.

This will be a linked event with an early careers researcher innovative session included in the BERA Leeds 2016 conference. Both events are being planned to feed papers into a special issue, early 2017, of the BELMAS journal Management in Education.

Venue: University of Newcastle
Date: Tuesday 26th April 2016
Timings: 9.30am-3.30pm
Cost for BELMAS members: £5
Non-members: £45

To view the full programme, click here .

For further details on how to contribute and/or attend please visit the BERA website.

Upcoming Dates for this event

  • Tue 26 Apr 2016
  • Mon 18 Apr 2016
  • Newcastle University, ,

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