Tag Archives: Learning Rounds

On observations: 4 approaches from Harry Wolcott

I’ve been reading Harry Wolcott’s book “Transforming Qualitative Data” (Sage, 1994) and have really enjoyed the chapters on observation. Wolcot takes more of an ethnographic stance on observation than I do, but there is much to ponder in what he … Continue reading

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SERA presentation in Tagxedo

I’ve been working on my presentation for SERA on Friday 22nd with Carey Philpott and decided to tagxedo it into a wordcloud. I quite like it – any thoughts on this as a medium for academic presentation?

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Teacher Education, Teachers’ Work group

I’m just back from doing a talk at Glasgow University to the TETW group about Learning Rounds. I was very flattered to be asked and the interest was considerable, if attendance at these workshops counts as a reliable indicator. The … Continue reading

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