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Teachers’ professional autonomy in England : are neo-liberal approaches incontestable?
This article is informed by a longitudinal research project undertaken with 22 teachers, four head teachers and two other related education professionals in England between May 2010 and April 2011. Drawing on 50 semi-structured ...
Anchoring Leadership [keynote introduction]
In this Introduction, I examine what accumulating research evidence appears to be telling us about leadership and about flatter organisational structures and the restructuring of leadership into more distributed patterns. ...
The embodied word
(John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2012)
During the last decades a narrative outlook has become very popular in many disciplines, including psychotherapy whose central model is based on the exteriorisation of inner worlds through verbalisation. The following ...
A Nested View of Democratic Leadership and Community
This introductory article explains the purpose of the special issue, which is to: - contribute to the development of conceptual tools and provide empirically grounded insights to help practitioners and policy-makers advance ...
Supervisor reflections on developing doctoralness in practice-based doctoral students
This paper shares the reflections of a group of 5 academics who started supervising practice-based doctoral students at a similar time in the same institution. The supervisors engaged in a collaborative research process ...
Lessons learnt from literature on the diffusion of innovative learning and teaching practices in higher education
Faced with the challenges of the changes in higher education, educational developers’ roles, and the use of innovation to stimulate change, this study aimed to synthesise literature dealing with the diffusion of innovative ...