Imagine a web where there are no pay walls to access research papers, where it is easy to access the latest research paper or journal. Would academic life be easier without the constraints of limited access to evidence that underpins academic work or would academics and students be too spoilt for choice?
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Author Archive | Mike Blamires
Sue Soan gave a key note presentation at Edubury 3, the East Kent based monthly meetup for all those interested in education. She presented the findings from her recent PhD on provision and support for Looked After Children who have experienced abuse or neglect. Below is a report of the presentation including a full video. […]
This is the final part of three short segments of an interview with Ralph Leighton who is a teacher educator who has been involved in the development of citizenship as a subject. In Part Three Ralph talks frankly about challenges he has faced so far and his key influences including Postman and Weingartner’s ‘Teaching as […]
This is part two of three short segments of an interview with Ralph Leighton who is a teacher educator who has been involved in the development of citizenship as a subject. In Part Two Ralph talks about ‘teaching as a profession’ and ‘teaching at its best’.
This is part one of three short segments of an interview with Ralph Leighton who is a teacher educator who has been involved in the development of citizenship as a subject.
Edubury 3 is happening this week. There will be a headline presentation on Looked after Children in which Dr. Sue Soan will present the findings from her PhD on this subject.
Policies in relation to children experiencing difficulty and/or disability have developed over the last thirty years through a set of exhortations or what we might now call ‘sound bites’ that have arisen from a set of reports, policies and guides. These exhortations tend to take the form of nouns ending in ‘ion’. If you put […]
‘Testament’ is a new series of interviews with veteran teachers and teacher educators about what they’ve learned in their long careers. Through these interviews we aim to capture insights and experience that may influence the next generation of teachers and teacher educators.
We’d like to announce the launch of “Edubury” – a place to meet and share ideas on the subject of education.