CREATING AND CONTRIBUTING TO AN ECOLOGY OF KNOWLEDGES
In this update of April 2020, I have added Christine Jones' doctorate. Graduated January 2020 from Liverpool Hope University, UK. I have also added the doctoral theses of
Arianna Briganti submitted for examination to the University of Lancaster in March 2020 and of John Branch submitted for examination to Middlesex University in April 2020.
John Branch's Doctorate of Professional Studies by Public Works on 'Teaching Is Like Engineering: My Living Educational Theory' submitted for examination to Middlesex University in April 2020.
Arianna Briganti's Doctoral Thesis on 'My living-theory of International Development' submitted for examination to the University of Lancaster in March 2020.
Christine Jones' doctorate on - My living-theory of living inclusive and
inclusional empowerment: a Living Theory research approach. Liverpool Hope University, UK, 2019.
Elizabeth Campbell's doctorate on - How has love influenced me as a teacher researcher, and learner?
A narrative inquiry into a teacher's abrupt awakenings. Nipissing University, Canada, 2018
Anne Keizer-Remmer's doctorate on - Underneath The Surface Of Cosmopolitanism: In Search of Cosmopolitanism In Higher Education. University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, the Netherlands, 2017.
Bruce Damon's doctorate on - A Collaboratively Constructed Process Model For Understanding And Supporting The Work Of The Community Volunteer In A Community School. 2017 Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa.
Sadruddin Bahadur Qutoshi's doctorate on - Creating Living-Educational-Theory: A Journey Towards Transformative Teacher Education in Pakistan. 2016 University of Kathmandu, Nepal.
Michael Dent's doctorate on - A Reflexive Study Of The Continuous Practice Improvement Of A Global Professional. 2016 University of Malaya.
Helen O' Connor's Professional Doctorate in Practical Theology - From Unearthing Values To Building Educational Foundations:
How The Values Of Education Swanage Were Influential In Founding The Swanage School. 2015 Anglia Ruskin University.
Elizabeth Wolvaardt's Doctoral Thesis, Over the conceptual horizon of public health: A living theory of teaching undergraduate medical students, 2013 University of Pretoria.
Nicole Lee Scott's Master of Technology Dissertation, TELLING TALES: Pictograms as a Visual Voice, 2013 Durban University of Technology.
Bonnie Kaplan's Master of Technology Dissertation, How do I use my living and lived experience
to influence creative economic independence in others? 2013 Durban University of Technology.
Delysia Timm's Doctor of Technology: Education (2012) Thesis,Towards The Biochemical Nature Of Learning And Its Implication For Learning, Teaching And Assessment: A Study Through Literature And Experiences Of Learners And Educators. Durban University of Technology, 2012.
Yvonne Crotty's Ph.D. (2012) Thesis, How am I bringing an educationally entrepreneurial spirit into higher education? Dublin City University, 2012.
Jack Whitehead's Ph.D. Volume Two (1999) Thesis, How do I improve my practice? Creating a discipline of education through educational enquiry. University of Bath.
Simon Hughes' Ph.D. (2012) Thesis, Towards
auto/pedagogy: A reflexive auto/biographic case study of professional learning mediated by technology. University of Wolverhampton.
Phil Tattersall's Ph.D. (2011) Thesis, How am I generating a living theory of environmental activism with inclusionality? Graduating April 2013 from the University of Western Sydney.
Keith Kinsella's Ph.D. (2012) Thesis, Revealing what is 'tacit/rationally-invisible/in the background': an
online coaching pedagogy for developing improved leadership practice through 'presencing empathetic responsiveness' University of Bath.
Marie Huxtable's Ph.D. (2012) Thesis, How do I Evolve Living-Educational-Theory Praxis in Living-boundaries? University of Bath.
Mark Potts' Ph.D. (2012) Thesis, How can I Reconceptualise International Educational
Partnerships as a Form of 'Living Citizenship'? Bath Spa University.
Jerome Thamsanqa Gumede's (2011) Doctor of Technology: Education Thesis,An Auto-Ethnographic Enquiry:
Critical Reflection on the Influences in the Development of a Black African Male Educator. Durban University of Technology, South Africa.
Ian Phillips' Ph.D. (2011) Thesis, My Emergent African Great Story
'Living I' as naturally including neighbourhood, embodying an audacious Valuing Social Living Pedagogy and imagining the universe luminously, as an energetic inclusion of darkness throughout light and light in darkness. University of Bath.
Linda Vargas' MA (2010) Dissertation, Out the Box: Flamenco as Educational
A Living Theory Study of Dance in Primary Education. The University of KwaZulu-Natal.
Marian Lothian's Ph.D. (2010) Thesis, How can I improve my practice to enhance the teaching of literacy. McGill University.
Anat Geller's Ed.D. Thesis (2010) Within Dialogue and Without: How has 'Being in the Unkown' become a value in my developing as a better dialogical educator? University of Bath.(live connections to video clips from the text need adding
Alon Serper's PhD (2010) An Analytical Critique, Deconstruction, And
Dialectical Transformation And Development Of The Living Educational Theory Approach. University of Bath.
Louise Phillips' PhD (2010) Thesis, Young Children's Active Citizenship: Storytelling, Stories, And Social Actions. Queensland University of Technology.
Graham Van Tuyl's Ph.D. (2009) Thesis, From Engineer To Co-Creative Catalyst: An Inclusional And Transformational Journey. University of Bath.
Chris Jones' MA (2009) Dissertation, How do I improve my practice as an inclusion officer working in a children's service. Bath Spa University.
Karen Riding's Ph.D. (2008) Thesis, How do I come to understand my shared living educational standards of
judgement in the life I lead with others? Creating the space for intergenerational student-led research. University of Bath.
Simon Riding's Ph.D. (2008) Thesis, How do I contribute to the education of myself and others through
improving the quality of living educational space? The story of living
myself through others as a practitioner-researcher. University of Bath.
Barnabe D' Souza's Ph.D. (2008) Thesis, Evolution of a rehabilitation programme for chemically dependent male street adolescents in a major indian city. Supervised by Stephen Bigger. Coventry University in collaboration with the University of Worcester.
Ray O Neill's Ph.D. (2008) ICT as Political Action. University of Glamorgan.
Jocelyn Jones' Ph.D. (2008) Thesis, Thinking with stories of suffering: towards a living theory of response-ability. University of Bath.
Jane Spiro's Ph.D. (2008) Thesis, How I have arrived at a notion of knowledge transformation, through understanding the story of myself as creative writer, creative educator, creative manager, and educational researcher. University of Bath.
JeKan Adler Collins' Ph.D. (2007) Thesis, Developing an inclusional pedagogy of the unique: How do I clarify, live and explain my educational influences in my learning as I pedagogise my healing nurse curriculum in a Japanese University? University of Bath.
Eden Charles' Ph.D. (2007) Thesis, How Can I bring Ubuntu As A Living Standard Of Judgment Into The Academy? Moving Beyond Decolonisation Through Societal Reidentification And Guiltless Recognition. University of Bath.
Swaroop Rawal's Ph.D. (2006) Thesis, The role of drama in enhancing life skills in children with specific learning difficulties in a Mumbai school: My reflective account. Coventry University in Collaboration with the University of Worcester.
Barry Hymer's D.Ed.Psy. submission (2007) How do I understand and communicate my values and beliefs in my work as an educator in the
field of giftedness? University of Newcastle.
Eleanor Lohr's Ph.D. (2006) Love at Work: What is my lived experience of love, and how may I become an instrument of
love's purpose? University of Bath
Mary Roche's Ph.D. (2007) Towards a living theory of caring pedagogy: interrogating
my practice to nurture a critical, emancipatory and just community of enquiry. Limerick University.
Supervisor, Jean McNiff.
Caitriona McDonagh's Ph.D. (2007) My living theory of learning to teach for social justice:
How do I enable primary school children with specific learning disability (dyslexia) and myself as their teacher to realise our learning potentials? Limerick University. Supervisor, Jean McNiff.
Margaret Cahill's Ph.D. (2007) My living educational theory
of inclusional practice. Limerick University. Supervisor, Jean McNiff.
Mairin Glenn's Ph.D. (2006) Working with collaborative projects: my living theory of a holistic educational practice. Limerick University.
Supervisor, Jean McNiff.
Bernie Sullivan's Ph.D. (2006) A living theory of a
practice of social justice: Realising the right of Traveller Children to educational equality. Limerick University.
Supervisor, Jean McNiff.
Margaret Farren's Ph.D. (2005) How can I create a pedagogy of the unique through a web of betweenness? University of Bath.
Marian Naidoo's Ph.D. (2005)I am because we are (A never ending story). The emergence of a living theory of inclusional and responsive practice. University of Bath.
Madeline Church's Ph.D. (2004) Creating an uncompromised place to belong: Why do I find myself in networks? University of Bath.
Mary Hartog's Ph.D. (2004) A Self Study Of A Higher Education Tutor: How Can I Improve My Practice? University of Bath.
Rachel Deitcher's D.Phil. Thesis. (2004) Preaching or Practising? Action Research into the Teaching of Early Childhood Mathematics Education
Ram Punia's Ed.D. thesis (2004)My CV is My Curriculum: The Making of an International Educator with Spiritual Values. University of Bath.
Robyn Pound's Ph.D. (2003) How can I improve my health visiting support of parenting? The creation of an alongside epistemology
through action enquiry. University of the West of England. Supervisor Martin Forest.
Pat D'Arcy's Ph.D. (1998) The Whole Story... University of Bath.
James Finnegan's Ph.D. (2000) How do I create my own educational theory in my educative relations as an action researcher and as a teacher? University of Bath.
JeKan Adler-Collins' M.A. Dissertation,
'A Scholarship of Enquiry'. University of Bath.
Peggy (Kok) Leong's M.Ed. Dissertation,
Action Research: The Art of an Educational Inquirer. University of Bath.
John Loftus' Ph.D. Thesis. Kingston University.
Terry Austin's Ph.D. Thesis.
'Treasures in the Snow: What do I know and how do I know it through my educational inquiry into
my practice of community?' University of Bath.
Geoff Mead's Ph.D. (2001) Unlatching the Gate: Realising my Scholarship of Living Inquiry. University of Bath.
Jacqui Scholes-Rhodes' Ph.D. (2002)- From the Inside Out: Learning to presence my aesthetic and spiritual being through the emergent form of a creative art of inquiry. University of Bath.
Mike Bosher's Ph.D. (2001) How can I as an educator and Professional Development Manager working with teachers, support and enhance the learning and achievement of pupils in a whole school improvement process? University of Bath.
Paul Robert's Ph.D. (2003)- Emerging Selves in Practice: How do I and others create my practice and how does my practice shape me and influence others? University of Bath.
Elica Yaffe's Ed.D. Thesis (2003)- The Reflective Beginner: Promoting Professional Development Of Newly Qualified Teachers.
Hilary Shobbrook's M.A. Dissertation, My Living Educational Theory Grounded In My Life: How can I enable my communication through correspondence to be seen as educational and worthy of presentation in its original form?
University of Bath.
Karen Tesson's Ph.D. (2006) Dynamic Networks. An interdisciplinary study of network
organization in biological and human social systems. University of Bath. Karen's thesis is included here not because Karen created her living theory, but because of the significance of her ideas on flow-form networks for the generation of living theories)
James Edgerton's (2007) MSc Thesis, Catching a Glimpse of Inspiration: how my research journey is making a different for my management practice. Royal Agricultural College. Graduated 2007. Supervisor, Yaakub-Paulus Murray.
Mairin Glenn's Ph.D. (2006) Working with collaborative projects: my living theory of a holistic educational practice.
Limerick University. Supervised by Prof. Jean McNiff
Cynthia Cozette Lee's Ed.D. thesis (2009) D.O.O.R.S. of change: capacity building to differentiated instruction. Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, Rowan University, USA.