Cambridge Educational Research e-Journal (CERJ)
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The Cambridge Educational Research e-Journal (CERJ) is a higher-degree student-led initiative based out of the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. CERJ showcases on-going and completed work from early career researchers in the field of education.
Cambridge Educational Research e-Journal (CERJ) was formerly known as Cambridge Open-Review Educational Research e-Journal (CORERJ).
In 2018 CERJ was accepted for listing on DOAJ. DOAJ is a community-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to more than 11,000 high quality open access, peer-reviewed journals from 128 countries around the world.
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(CERJ, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, 2020-11-01)This article explores young adult Holocaust literature and its intertextual use of fairy tales, examining the primary text Gretel and the Dark (2014) by Eliza Granville which uses the fairy tale Hansel and Gretel. I discuss ...
Speaking Through a Dead Bird: Using Art for Emotional and Communicative Accessibility in an A-level Classical Literature Classroom (CERJ, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, 2020-11-01)This paper explores how the viewing and creating of art improved accessibility for students with emotional and communicative learning needs in an A-Level classical literature classroom. Motivated by my own classroom, a ...
Equitable Education: Opportunity and Entrepreneurship within the Spatio-Temporal Liminality of the Refugee Camp (CERJ, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, 2020-11-01)Refugees are spending increasingly protracted amounts of time in refugee camps, ‘waiting’ for a distant future outside of the camp to arrive. The notion of the camp as a temporary space of transition is contradicted by a ...
A Critical Review of School Choice and Egalitarian Justice with Special Reference to the Philippines (CERJ, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, 2020-11-01)The complexities of many societies in the world today, coupled with the dire need to achieve quality education and social justice in every society, makes the issue of school choice and justice topical at national and ...