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(Learning Matters, 2011)
(Taylor & Francis, 2011-03-16)In this paper we suggest that teacher educators in higher education institutions (HEIs) in England are not fully convinced that teaching should be a Masters. Through the ongoing debate with teacher educators concerning ...
Enhancing the quality of learning: What are the benefits of a mixed age collaborative approach to creative narrative writing? (Taylor & Francis, 2011-07-06)This study, based in a small rural school, explores the opportunities provided by collaborative learning with a mixed aged class of 7–11 year olds (Year 3–Year 6). This paper specifically focuses on those children aged 7–8 ...
Doing action research in organizations: Using communicative spaces to facilitate (transformative) professional learning (Sage, 2014-09-03)This paper considers the nature of professional learning arising through the processes of carrying out action research in professional organizations. It suggests that communicative space opened up outside of the professional ...
The myth of the one-day training: The effectiveness of psychosocial support capacity-building during the Ebola outbreak in West Africa (Cambridge University Press, 2019)Background - In emergencies and resource-poor settings, non-specialists are increasingly being trained to provide psychosocial support to people in distress, with Psychological First Aid (PFA) one of the most widely-used ...