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Workplace mentoring of degree apprentices: developing principles for practice
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to focus on developing a deep understanding of the nature and impact of the workplace mentor role in degree apprenticeships (DAs). It investigates a theoretical model of DA workplace ...
On Taking Children Seriously: Climate Strikes
The Routledge International Handbook of Embodied Perspectives in Psychotherapy : Approaches from Dance Movement and Body Psychotherapies
There is a growing interest in embodied approaches to psychotherapy internationally. This volume focuses on the respective focal professions of dance movement psychotherapy (DMP) and body psychotherapy (BP), addressing the ...
Outdoor Adventurous Activities: The Learner's Voice and Learning in, through and about movement
This paper which has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis, explores the value of placing the learner at the heart of their own learning, whilst using the notion of learning in through and about movement as a ...
Putting research first? Perspectives from academics and students on first-year undergraduates learning research
Exploring the place and potential of ‘research’ in undergraduate degrees has stimulated higher-educational debate for decades, strongly influencing policies, practices and structures. This article’s consideration of some ...
Lessons and lacunae? Practitioners’ suggestions for developing research-rich teaching and learning: Angles on innovation and change
This article explores a universal issue in higher education: how in practice can we secure the most productive relationships between the research universities pursue and the education they provide? It opens by drawing from ...
Understanding parents’ emotional experiences for neonatal education: A narrative, interpretive approach
Aims and objectives: To explore the emotional experiences of parents who have had premature babies to inform and educate neonatal nurses and health professionals in this field. Background: Parents find the neonatal unit a ...
Personal constructs of mind-body identity in people who experience medically unexplained symptoms (MUS)
"Medically unexplained symptoms" (MUS) refers to chronic physical symptoms without a clear medical cause, which produce significant levels of distress and functional impairment. This project modified the repertory grid ...
Movement speaks of culture: A study focusing on women with depression in Taiwan
Body, movement and mind are united. Depression can be embodied, and the movement of people with depression is often different from people without depression. This embodiment will most likely vary from culture to culture ...
Rethinking the National Curriculum : The voices of children aged 10-11 years: Their views on physical education and the implications for practice in England.
This article was submitted in full support of the call by Dr Jo Harris in the summer 2018 edition of Physical Education Matters where Jo presents The case for Physical Education becoming a Core subject in the National Curriculum.