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This is a review of Rebecca Allen and Sam Sim’s book “The Teacher Gap”. If you’re a joiner then every problem needs a hammer and nails. If you’re an economist then, this book suggests, you perhaps think you can solve
On Thursday 27 June, the Institute of Childhood and Education at Leeds Trinity University is proud to present its 2019 Conference – ‘Career Illuminations’. A revitalising day to gather invigorating ideas from experienced practitioners, grow ideas about investment in career
In previous blog posts I’ve written about the way that HE ITE tutors are caught between practice and theory – and at home in neither, and about the central problems of initial teacher education that interact with the marginal status
I’m using this series of posts as a way of thinking through the development of my professional identity and position. In my last post I talked about moving from teaching to HE. In this post I’ll consider this a little
Moving from school to university as an ITE tutor is an important personal and professional change. Apart from the weirdness of no-one giving a monkeys about you telling them about what time you go home, or what you’re doing from
Spent an inspiring and amazing day at #TLLeeds18 yesterday, run by the wonderful and amazing @agwilliams9. It was such an interesting and thought-provoking day at which I met some challenging and provoking speakers, and gave a talk on the mistakes
I’ve been doing some historical reading recently for a potential project about school meals in turn of the 20th Century Bradford. It is lovely to be reading and thinking about history again, after a long break, enforced by taking up
Review and Welcome of A Philosophy of Schooling by Dr Julian Stern(1) This is the ‘welcome’ to Julian Stern’s thought-provoking book that I gave at meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain at Leeds Trinity University on
In the first part of this review we looked at Furlong’s description of the issues which have faced Education as a discipline, and the ways that these issues have resulted in Education taking up a marginalised position in the University.