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Exploring the importance of stories (within stories) for the process of “terrorist learning”. Extreme learning processes - the experience of learning against all odds.
'The Professional Learning of Academics in Higher Education: A Sociomaterial Perspective'
Understanding the Development of Professional Identity in Instrumental Music Teachers
'Analysing student perceptions of the aims of their education in an independent school.'
‘Beyond being the best’: An autoethnographic analysis of a British Army veteran’s struggle with illness and job loss.
An exploration of the emotional impact that school inspection has on primary and preparatory school teachers, comparing the state and independent sectors.
‘Not Just a Voice - The reality of Youth Democracy and Influence on Public Policy in Kent’
The Mothers’ Story - Feminist Mothering from the Marginalised ‘Outlaws’
Literacy difficulties, behaviour and crime: what is the correlation between literacy difficulties, challenging behaviours and incarceration?
An exploration into using Alasdair Macintyre’s After Virtue to assess current school – based models of teacher education
An exploration of how newly qualified school SENCo’s perceive their professional identity
The Reading Race: A Critical Analysis of the Oxford Reading Tree Scheme
The effects of daydreaming on creative exploration and understanding of English literary texts.
“Creating Space to Understand the Nature of Self-Reliance within a Rural Malawian Community”
How sixth form students conceptualise their learning dispositions, roles and relationships in the research-based learning culture of a single case study school
Exploring how undergraduate student nurses develop their understanding of spiritual care
In Search of Social Justice: A Critical Review of Zimbabwe’s Post –Colonial ‘Education for All’ (EFA) policy.
Engagement and resistance: a discussion of the complex perspectives of teachers of English about English language teaching professional development projects in Malaysia.
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