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Developing an appreciation of what it means to be a school-based teacher educator
The nature of partnership between schools and higher education institutions is changing in many countries, with experienced teachers taking on more responsibility for teacher education whilst remaining in their school as ...
Researcher creations? : The positioning of policy texts in higher education research
In this article we explore the way in which policy texts are positioned in a selection of higher education journal articles. Previous research has suggested that policy implementation studies have taken an uncritical ...
Because we're worth it : Do students really define themselves in terms of their market value?
This is a position paper that challenges the hegemony of neoliberalism and marketisation as the dominant forces currently shaping higher education. It argues that too much academic commentary focuses on analysis of the ...
Distributed Leadership for Equity and Learning
This paper explains the foundations and development of the concept of distributed leadership for equity and learning (DLE), undertaken as part of the work of the European Policy Network on School Leadership. It draws from ...
School Leadership for Equity : Lessons from the Literature
Responding to Thrupp's [2003. “The School Leadership Literature in Managerialist Times: Exploring the Problem of Textual Apologism.” School Leadership & Management: Formerly School Organisation 23 (2): 169] call for writers ...
The role of embodiment and intersubjectivity in clinical reasoning
Embodied approaches to cognition have been recently challenging standard views in philosophy of mind and the cognitive sciences. We propose that these embodied cognition views hold implications for clinical reasoning. This ...
What is Democratic Leadership?
(Word & Deed Publishing, 2015)
This short essay summarises reasons for developing democratic leadership and sets out what democratic leadership, grounded in a rich conception of democracy, means.