Eric Joyce

  • Genetics and Education

    There's a piece in today's 'The Conversation' proposing that children should be DNA-tested at birth in order to: "identify children at genetic risk for developing reading problems, and give them early intervention. As preventive interventions have greater chances of succeeding...

  • Call for content

    As you can see, we've put up some early posts on our new Educational Research blog. The idea, though, is to publish interesting snippets from people's research, and other thoughts educational researchers would like to share. We thought we'd start...

  • Bill Scott's Blog

    In spite of its infancy, we like to think this blog is arguably the second best educational research related blog at Bath University. If you like it, though, and aren't aware of the best one then do take a look...

  • Bath Doctoral College Training Fund event with senior education journalists

    Just before Summer break, we ran a well-attended session in the Education department introducing doctoral researchers to senior education journalists. The idea was to give researchers, and faculty members if they fancied it, some exposure to how education stories work...

  • Social Constructivism is madness, it says here...

    Our first post flagged a left leaning podcast. For balance, here's something which hangs other other way. There are plenty of 'What works in education?' blogs out there. Many of them follow conservative epistemological and philosophical lines of thinking and...

  • The First Post - 'Fresh Ed Podcast'

    There's a super weekly Educational Research podcast called; "Fresh Ed". It comes from a left-ish political perspective and it's edited by Will Brehm. Will interviews leading researchers in our field and it's always a great listen.  It's a righteous blog,...