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Distributed Leadership and Social Justice : A case study investigation of distributed leadership and the extent to which it promotes social justice and democratic practices (UK)
(European Policy Network on School Leadership, 2013-12)
The concept of distributed leadership has come to have increasing influence in the last decade or so, attracting much scholarly exploration and research, generating diverse definitions and understandings. The theoretical ...
The voices of children aged 10 and 11 years old : their views on Physical Education and the implications for policy, practice and research in England
This paper has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis which looked specifically at the voices of year 6 children in the Olympic borough of Hackney in east London. The data collected contributes to an existing body ...
Teaching as Lived Experience : The value of exploring the hidden and emotional side of teaching through reflective narratives
This article discusses a process of self-inquiry that took the form of a narrative journey of transformation. The process included reflective practice deepened by focusing on the lived experience of being a teacher, and ...
Teachers' Legal Rights and Responsibilities
(UH Press, 2013-04)
Kinaesthetic Intersubjectivity: : A dance informed contribution to self-other relatedness and shared experience in nonverbal psychotherapy with an example from Autism
Early interpersonal experiences have been the focus of philosophy and developmental psychology for decades. Concepts of self and self-other relatedness seem to have an onset in early interaction patterns during dyadic ...
International students’ first encounters with exams in the UK : superficially similar but deeply different
Although end of course exams remain a key mode of assessment in higher education, little research has focused on international students' experiences of exams. There seems to be a tacit assumption in most literature that ...
Foreword : Nordic Culture as a Resource for Adaptive Response