THE GROWTH OF EDUCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE I : CREATING YOUR OWN LIVING EDUCATIONAL THEORIES – 1973-1993

 

Jack Whitehead, Department of Education, University of Bath

 

CONTENTS, ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, INTRODUCTION                                                                                                                                

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RELATING TO YOU

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PART 1 THE GROWTH OF EDUCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND LEARNING

ABOUT POWER                                                                                                                                   

 

1    1977 Improving learning in Schools - an in-service problem                                            

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2            1976  Living contradictions -  I am  a University Academic. I am not.       

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3            1980 In-service Education, The Knowledge-Base of Education

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4            1980    Living contradictions -  I am a creative academic.  I am not a creative academic. I can question the judgements of examiners. I  cannot question .

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5 1985 An analysis of an individual’s educational development - the basis for personally orientated action research.

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6 1987   Living contradictions - My writings are consistent with my duties as a University  Academic . No they are not.

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7            1989 Creating living educational theories from questions of the kind, ‘How do I improve my practice?’

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8            1990 How do I improve my Professional Practice as an Academic and Educational Manager? A dialectical analysis of an individual’s educational development and a basis for socially orientated action research

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9             1991    The actions of a Senate Working Party on a Matter of Academic Freedom.

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10 1992 Paper -  How can my philosophy of action research transform and improve my professional practice and produce a good social order?   A response to Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt.

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PART 2  - A COLLECTION OF CASES AND LIVING EDUCATIONAL THEORIES - SEE ALSO - THE ACTION RESEARCH LITERATURE FROM AROUND THE WORLD

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PART 3  - EDUCATIVE RELATIONSHIPS

 

ERICA HOLLEY, http://www.actionresearch.net/bk93/14Erica.pdf

                                           

MOIRA LAIDLAW http://www.actionresearch.net/bk93/15Moira.pdf

 

PEGGY KOK http://www.actionresearch.net/bk93/16Peg.pdf

 

 

PART 4 - INTO THE MARKET PLACE

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WORKING WITH LOCAL AUTHORITY MANAGERS, 1991-1993

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ACTION PLANNING FOR MY FUTURE 1993-2009 http://www.actionresearch.net/bk93/18fut.pdf

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY http://www.actionresearch.net/bk93/19bib.pdf

 

 

APPENDIX:  How Do We Improve Research-based Professionalism in Education?-A question which includes action research, educational theory and the politics of educational knowledge. Text of Presidential Address to the British Educational Research Association at the University of East Anglia, 1 September 1988. British Educational Research Journal, Vol. 15, No.1, pp. 3-17, 1989. Retrieved 5 May 2004 from http://www.actionresearch.net//writings/jwberapres.html