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Teacher educators’ identity

Systematic research on the development of a professional identity of teacher educators is still scarce, but there are indications that teacher educators who become involved in professional...

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  • Mieke Lunenberg

Blog post23 Nov 2015

Can we learn together?

I wrote this whilst at BERA conference in Belfast and pondered the extent to which we can deepen the links between the school system and HEIs in England. From a school leader perspective I see a...

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  • Ian Potter

Blog post27 Oct 2015

Living with Research

The English education system is riddled with contradictions and the call for teaching to become more of a research based profession is just one of them. This call raises a number of problems for...

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  • Lisa Pettifer

Blog post5 Oct 2015

OXBOW Schools…and worse

What name would you give to a school or group of schools that won’t share? ‘Oxbow’ sounds a good name to me, after those lakes that were once part of the mainstream but are now cut off to...

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  • Cliff Jones

Blog post22 Sep 2015