Making Public The Embodied Knowledge Of Master Educators

In this update of 26 October 2012, I have added Joy Mounter's 2012 Masters Dissertation on 'As a Headteacher Researcher how can I demonstrate the impact and self-understandings drawn from Living Theory Action Research, as a form of Continual Professional Development in education?' click here to access the Dissertation

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  GIFTS AND TALENTS IN EDUCATION
pdf Sonia Hutchison - My gift of authenticity as a leader - September 2012, under examination
pdf Sheila H. How do I continue to improve my practice while continuing to live my values of inclusion and equality, to ensure that learning is a positive and engaging process, enabling talents and gifts to unfold as a natural part of the learning journey , particularly for learners who are disadvantaged by cultural, emotional and physical barriers to learning? - September 2012, under examination
pdf Amy Skuse - How have I developed my own personal views of Gifts and Talents in education and how does this influence what I do in the classroom? January 2010.
pdf Gary Williams - Who's Kidding Who? How can I use my interpretation of the story of gifts and talents to help children interpret their own? January 2010.
htm Gary Williams - Who's Kidding Who? How can I use my interpretation of the story of gifts and talents to help children interpret their own? January 2010.
pdf Claire Formby - How can I improve my practice as an educator to offer learners a creative and challenging curriculum which enables everyone to identify and develop their own talents and which also makes space for the nurturing of relationships to enable individual growth in understanding and self esteem? 2009
pdf Louise Cripps - How can I clarify my responsibility as a Headteacher as I provide opportunities to enable all children in the school to create talents? 2009
htm Joy Mounter - How can I work within the government's perspective of 'Gifted and Talented' but still remain true to my own living values? 2008
pdf Joy Mounter - How can I work within the government's perspective of 'Gifted and Talented' but still remain true to my own living values? 2008
htm Kate Kemp - How have I come to recognise and develop my talents which are my gift to my colleagues and pupils? 2008
pdf Kate Kemp - How have I come to recognise and develop my talents which are my gift to my colleagues and pupils? 2008
htm Nina Clayton - How am I using my own understanding and development of gifts and talents to promote the learning of children? 2008
pdf Nina Clayton - How am I using my own understanding and development of gifts and talents to promote the learning of children? 2008
htm Sally Cartwright - How can I enable the gifts and talents of my students to be in the driving seat of their own learning? 2008
pdf Sally Cartwright - How can I enable the gifts and talents of my students to be in the driving seat of their own learning? 2008
pdf Vicky Tucker - A response as to how my involvement with the Gifted and Talented programme initiated by Bath and North East Somerset has made me re-assess my living educational values and beliefs, thus influencing my delivery and provision for the SEBD students with whom I work. 2008.
pdf Ros Hurford - How does using philosophy and creative thinking enable me to recognise and develop inclusive gifts and talents in my pupils? 2008.
ACTIVE LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE CREATING RESEARCH
pdf Sonia Hutchison - How have I improved my practice and developed my living theory of mindfulness and learning since presenting at the British Educational Research Association's (BERA) Conference in 2011? - September 2012, under examination
pdf Sheila H.How does the complex ecology (Lee and Rochon 2009) of my personal and professional context, contribute to my developing practice and knowledge creation with those who are marginalised, particularly Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities, while living my value of inclusive cultural competence as fully as I can, including how I have approached researching my practice as active learner and knowledge creating researcher alongside learners?
pdf Maureen B. How do I come to a better understanding of my proclaimed and embodied co-operative values and their influence of the learning of others, through the creation of this assignment? - September 2012, under examination
EDUCATIONAL ENQUIRY ACCOUNTS
pdf Kate Kemp - Working in partnership with pupils, families and other professionals-a case study/a living educational theory. Submitted to Bath Spa University April 2011.
pdf Paul Falkus - What are the guiding principles and passions of my leadership? First Educational Enquiry. Submitted June 2010.
pdf Kate Kemp - Can I reconcile the tension I feel between living my values at the same time as exercising professional judgements and, in doing so, improve my practice? Second Educational Enquiry. Submitted April 2010.
pdf Sally Cartwright - GWIST Accredited Professional Development Programme. University of Bath, 9 credit unit
pdf Sally Cartwright - A Critical Reflection On My Learning And Its Integration Into My Professional Practice. Three credit unit. January 2010.
pdf Gary Williams' educational enquiry, A View From The Field: How can my knowledge be of use to other teachers? Back in the garage with my bullshit detector - The Clash. Under examination January 2010
htm Gary Williams' educational enquiry, A View From The Field: How can my knowledge be of use to other teachers? Back in the garage with my bullshit detector - The Clash. Under examination January 2010
pdf Joelle Adams' first educational enquiry, 'How can I learn about teaching academic writing from a peer tutoring pilot project? September 2008
pdf Joelle Adams' second educational enquiry, 'How can I live my values in each of the areas of activity defined by my sector?' January 2010
htm Kate Kemp's first educational enquiry 'Can I put the pupil's voice at the heart of our 'request for support' form and what will I learn in the process?' November 2008
pdf Kate Kemp's first educational enquiry 'Can I put the pupil's voice at the heart of our 'request for support' form and what will I learn in the process?' November 2008
pdf Kate Kemp's Learning Outcome 5 - Working in partnership with pupils, families and other professionals-a case study/a living educational theory. April 2011 submission to Bath Spa University
pdf Joy Mounter's third educational enquiry 'How can I enhance the educational influence of my pupils in their own learning, that of other pupils, myself and the school?' 2008
pdf Sally Cartwright's first Educational Enquiry. Submitted for examination January 2008. Large pdf file - worth the wait!
pdf Sally Cartwright's second Educational Enquiry, How can leadership qualities improve my practice as a teacher? January 2009
htm Sally Cartwright's second Educational Enquiry, How can leadership qualities improve my practice as a teacher? January 2009
htm Amy Skuse's first Educational Enquiry, How have my experiences of Year 2 SAT's influenced my perceptions of assessment in teaching and learning? Submitted for examination, University of Bath, October 2007.
htm Louise Cripp's first Educational Enquiry, How do I improve my educational relationship with the learners I work with, both adults and children? Submitted for examination, University of Bath, November 2007.
pdf Nina Clayton's first Educational Enquiry, How am I enhancing communication within my classroom with traditional stories and using both non-verbal and verbal language?
htm Nina Clayton's first Educational Enquiry, How am I enhancing communication within my classroom with traditional stories and using both non-verbal and verbal language?
pdf Ros Hurford's first Educational Enquiry, How do I encourage my pupils, through my own example and practice to become lifelong learners? January 2006.
htm Ros Hurford's second Educational Enquiry, How does the writing of a new gifted and talented policy enable me to reflect upon and evaluate my personal values about gifts and talents? In what ways am I living my values in this area? September 2007.
htm Ros Hurford's third Educational Enquiry, Working within the framework of 'Personalised Learning' how can I ensure there is a real learning space for my pupils, where they feel involved in what they learn and how they learn it? Submitted February 2008.
pdf Claire Formby's first Educational Enquiry, 'How can I improve learning in my class through the explicit teaching of emotional literacy?'
htm Claire Formby's first Educational Enquiry, 'How can I improve learning in my class through the explicit teaching of emotional literacy?'
htm Claire Formby's second Educational Enquiry, How do I sustain a loving, receptively responsive educational relationship with my pupils which will motivate them in their learning and encourage me in my teaching? September 2007.
htm Claire Formby's third Educational Enquiry, How am I integrating my educational theorizing with the educational responsibility I express in my educational relationships with the children in my class and in my school and wider society? Submitted April 2008.
htm Claire Formby's second Educational Enquiry, How do I sustain a loving, receptively responsive educational relationship with my pupils which will motivate them in their learning and encourage me in my teaching? September 2007.
htm Claire Formby's third Educational Enquiry, How am I integrating my educational theorizing with the educational responsibility I express in my educational relationships with the children in my class and in my school and wider society? Submitted April 2008.
htm Joy Mounter's First Educational Enquiry, How can I live my personal theory of education in the classroom to promote self reflection as a learner? November, 2006.
pdf Joy Mounter's Second Educational Enquiry, Language of learning to the language of educational responsibility. November, 2006.
htm Ed Harker's Educational Enquiry, How can I carry out Masters level educational research without abandoning my own educational values? November, 2006.
pdf - 1.43 Mb Marie Huxtable's M.A. Educational Enquiry, How can I improve my practice through 'walking the talk' and 'dealing with doorsteps'?
html - 100KB Patricia Kelly's M.A. Educational Enquiry, How do I understand my values of humanity in the classroom?: an educational enquiry.
pdf - 192KB Victoria Kennedy's M.A. Educational Enquiry, Why is inclusionality so important to me? Ticking the Inclusionality box
pdf Catriona Williamson's Educational Enquiry of April 2005, on - How effective is Mere School at listening to 'the pupil's voice'?
html Lisa Percy's Educational Enquiry of October 2003, on - In Loco Parentis: Should teachers be parents too?
pdf Graham Lloyd's Educational Enquiry assignment on - How do I/we help the students in Key Stage 4 improve their learning if they are in danger of underperforming?
pdf Mark Potts' Educational Enquiry Module, Sept. 2002, on - How can I use my own values and my experience of schools in South Africa to influence my own education and the education of others? This takes time to download because of the images
pdf Jean Bell's Educational Enquiry Module, Sept. 2002: How can I improve the quality of teaching to motivate Year 9 boys in Food Technology
pdf Karen Collins' Educational Enquiry Module, Jan. 2003: How can I effectively manage students' learning to take account of self-assessment within Modern Foreign Languages?
RESEARCH METHODS IN EDUCATION
pdf Sally Cartwright, How can I research my own practice?
pdf Joelle Adams, How can I investigate the influence of 'identity' on student writing at the transition from foundation to honours degree level?
pdf Joy Mounter, If I want the children in my class to extend their thinking and develop their own values and learning theories, how can I show the development of their learning? How do I research this in my classroom? (2007)
htm Steve Bamford, The Creation of Quality Experience. How Do I Research This in My Classroom? November 2006.
pdf Claire Formby, How can I research the difference my values make to the children I teach? November 2006.
htm Ros Hurford, If the development of an emotionally literate classroom is fundamental to my own values and philosophy of education, how can I show the impact of it on the well-being and learning of the children I teach? How do I research this in my classroom? November 2006.
htm Margaret White, How do I research the relationships that are created within my primary classroom? November 2006.
METHODS OF EDUCATIONAL ENQUIRY
html Daisy Walsh's Methods of Educational Enquiry assignment on - How do I improve my leadership as a team leader in vocational educational in FE?
pdf Graham Lloyd's Methods of Educational Enquiry assignment on - How do I/we help the students in Key Stage 4 improve their learning if they are in danger of underperforming? - Passed June 2003
html Tim Heath's Methods of Educational Enquiry account, How can I conduct a worthwhile enquiry into effective homework in my primary school?
html Kevin McDermott's Methods of Educational Enquiry account - under examination - submitted February 2004, on - A Study of the ways in which Spirituality is understood by students in a Catholic school using two types of educational research.
html Jayne Stillman's Methods of Educational Enquiry assignment on - How can I use what is within me and my influence and achievements in the arts at Westwood St Thomas school to interface my career progression as a County inspector for art? Submitted September 2003, under examination
pdf Karen Collins' (2002) Methods of Educational Enquiry Module: Plan of a small-scale enquiry linked to the development of a skills-based cross-curricular Citizenship based module for Able, Gifted and Talented students in Years 9-11, bearing in mind particularly the concepts of validity, reliability and triangulation and how they are related in this context.
html Mark Potts' Methods of Educational Enquiry Module, submitted July 2003, on - What methods of enquiry can I use to live out my democratic values more fully?
pdf Simon Riding's Methods of Educational Enquiry Module, Sept. 2002: A Case Study on the impact of a teacher-research group at Westwood St Thomas School on professional knowledge and development.
UNDERSTANDING LEARNING AND LEARNERS
pdf Paul Falkus - How do I improve my support of learning and learners in my school as Head teacher? Submitted June 2010
pdf Kate Kemp - 'All you need is love'-or is it? How can I contribute to creating an educational learning environment? Submitted May 2010
pdf Joelle Adam's How do students learn to write in UK higher education and how does this influence my practice as a professional teacher of academic writing?
html Sally Cartwright on Understanding Learning and Learners. University of Bath, MA unit.
html Claire Formby's Understanding Learning and Learner's assignment, As my understanding of the way children learn continually develops, how does this influence my everyday teaching?
pdf Claire Formby's Understanding Learning and Learner's assignment, As my understanding of the way children learn continually develops, how does this influence my everyday teaching?
html Joy Mounter's Understanding Learning and Learners assignment, Can children carry out action research about learning, creating their own learning theory?
pdf Joy Mounter's Understanding Learning and Learners assignment, Can children carry out action research about learning, creating their own learning theory?
pdf Hannah Moloney's How does my experience of children's learning in the classroom fit in with the wider concepts of 'intelligence', multiple intelligences and learning styles?
html Nina Clayton's Understanding Learning and Learners assignment, How does my planning affect the learning of the children in my class?
pdf Nina Clayton's Understanding Learning and Learners assignment, How does my planning affect the learning of the children in my class?
html Ros Hurford's Understanding Learning and Learners assignment, How has my own development as a learner influenced the changes I have made in the way I teach, and how has this affected the learning of my pupils? January 2007
html Mark Potts' Understanding Learning and Learners assignment, How can I use my understanding of learners and learning to strengthen the Guidelines on Effective Learning used in my School? Under examination November 2003
ACTION RESEARCH MODULES
html A secondary Action Research module by Seb Bees
html An infant/primary Action Research module by Kathryn Yeaman
MASTERS DISSERTATIONS
pdf Joy Mounter's MA Dissertation, 'As a Headteacher Researcher how can I demonstrate the impact and self-understandings drawn from Living Theory Action Research, as a form of Continual Professional Development in education?' Graduating from the University of Bath, December 2012
pdf Elisabeth Grande's Master of Vocational Education Dissertation on 'From a closed mind to an open mind through an action research project. How do I improve my practice? Graduated from Akershus University College, 2010.
pdf 'Reading in the Content Areas' by JoAnn Cilmi, Lauren Kolanovic, Tara Mole - an action research project in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from The College of Saint Elizabeth
pdf An Examination of Professional Development and the Effective Use of Interactive Whiteboards by Laura Madden, Jared Prupis, Carol Sangiovanni and Joanne Stanek - an action research project in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from The College of Saint Elizabeth
pdf Graham Lloyd's Masters Dissertation, Who I am as an educator in my teaching and learning: A contribution to educational knowledge. Graham graduated December 2009
pdf Andy Henon's Course Evaluation Report 'Presence' for his Master's Degree by Project. University of the West of England School of Creative Arts. Awarded 2008.
pdf - 672MB Mark Potts' Masters Dissertation, How can I improve my practice by communicating more effectively with others in my role as a professional educator? Mark graduated in July 2005
pdf Simon Riding's Master's Dissertation of June 2003: 'Living myself through others. How can I account for my claims and understanding of a teacher-research group at Westwood St Thomas School?'
pdf Beatriz Grandi's Master's Dissertation of September 2004, on - An action research expedition: how can I influence my students in developing their creativity and critical thinking? A self study - merit awarded November 2004
html Daisy Walsh's Masters dissertation of July 2004, on - How do I improve my leadership as a team leader in Vocational Education in Further Education? - Merit awarded November 2004
pdf Geoff Suderman-Gladwell's master's dissertation on The Ethics of Personal, Narrative, Subjective Research. Geoff graduated from Brock University in October, 2001. Large file - 30 seconds download with broadband
pdf Robert Ogilvie's Master's Dissertation, Brock University August 2001 on - Cohort Story: Re-searching and Learning Together. The page numbers will differ from the original because of formatting changes
pdf READ the booklet in PDF format of Titles and Summaries of the Master's Dissertations from the Brock University/Grand Erie District School Board Partnership. 1999-2001
pdf Peter Mellett's 1995 Masters Dissertation, University of Bath - MAKING THE BREAK: How can I undertake and understand my search for an enhanced comprehension of my life through moving beyond forms of existence that are grounded in 'mere formal rationality and instrumental reason'?
OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS
pdf Karen Thompson's 'Critical Account of one relevant theoretical perspective and its potential for research being undertaken: Marxism; Childrens Voice in the Community with specific reference to participation in and organisation of Community Arts projects and the benefits thereof.' 1,500 word essay in the MA Community Arts programme at Cumbria Institute of the Arts
pdf Sonia Hutchison's, How can I improve my practice as a Chief Executive working with carers and their families creating my living theory of mindfulness and learning? Presented at BERA 2011 at the University of London, Institute of Education, 06/09/11