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Teachers’ Contribution to Educational Inquiry

This past week I (Clive) had intense discussions with students in my Foundations of Curriculum graduate course; the topic was educational research and classroom-based teacher learning. 294 more words


What If you had $200,000 to spend on research in your school?

What would you focus the research on?
Who would you get involved as the researchers?
How long would you run the research for?
What would you hope to gain out of it? 73 more words

Questioning Quest

Why Narrative Inquiry?

For those that know me a little better, they may wonder how someone that did an undergraduate degree in physics and astrophysics, could possibly be interested in Narrative Inquiry (NI). 942 more words


Is it possible to be proactive when technology and the use of social media sites changes so quickly?

A colleague of mine asked me this question today.  Here’s my reply:

I think it is possible to be proactive with technology and social media, because I think the growth of social networking is plateauing.   446 more words

Social Justice and Evidence-Based Education

Plymouth University

‘We all share a moral purpose – liberating individuals from ignorance, democratising access to knowledge, making opportunity more equal, giving every child an equal chance to succeed,’ … 945 more words

Social Justice SIG

A New Focus

As you can see by the new header for the site, I’ll be changing the focus of the Ed Tech Journeys blog, from leadership and technology, to the teacher’s path. 340 more words