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M. Laidlaw, Freire, P. (2005). Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York: Continuum. Drawing parallels between Freire’s work and EJOLTS’ processes and values., Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 9, pp. 112-130, 2016.PDF icon 275.pdf (136.69 KB)
M. Laidlaw, Overcoming ‘Culture’ Shocks: Learning to do things differently, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 5, pp. 44-98, 2012.
M. Laidlaw, In pursuit of counterpoint: an educational journey, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 1, pp. 69-102, 2008.
M. Laidlaw, How I am trying to lead the best possible life: Towards a more helpful framing of my practice, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 8, pp. 32-75, 2015.PDF icon Laidlaw8(2).pdf (1.57 MB)
M. Laidlaw, Review of Robyn Pound’s PhD thesis How can I improve my health visiting support of parenting? The creation of an alongside epistemology through action enquiry, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 7, pp. 131-133, 2014.PDF icon 241thesisRobyn.pdf (611.39 KB)
M. Laidlaw, Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, p. i-iv, 2009.
M. Laidlaw, Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 6, p. i-vii, 2013.PDF icon Laidlaw6(2).pdf (645.8 KB)
Y. Li, How can I help my students promote learner autonomy in english language learning?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 365-398, 2009.
D. Ljubac Mec, Encouraging the independence of students through the project-method, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 8, pp. 1-48, 2015.PDF icon Ljubac_Mec8(1).pdf (1.89 MB)
E. Lohr, Teaching with love: How may I continue to improve my practice as I get older?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 9, pp. 112-130, 2016.PDF icon 274.pdf (422.54 KB)
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K. Mc Dermott, Reflections from the margins on education and the culture of audit and performativity, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 5, pp. 49-66, 2012.
J. McBride, Hasebe-Ludt, E., Chambers, C. M., and Leggo, C. (2009). Life writing and literary métissage as an ethos for our times. New York: Peter Lang Publishers., Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 9, pp. 134-136, 2016.PDF icon 276.pdf (136.23 KB)
M. McMahon, How do I enhance motivation to learn and higher order cognition among students of Science through the use of a virtual learning environment?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 3, pp. 170-192, 2010.
J. McNiff, Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 1, p. i-iv, 2008.
P. Mellett, International education and development and learning through sustainable partnerships – Living global citizenship: Steven Coombs, Mark Potts and Jack Whitehead, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 7, p. 123-­124, 2014.PDF icon 238bookPetemj.pdf (137.74 KB)
P. R. Mokhele, Exploring an extended role for legitimizing self-study action research projects: From examiners’ perspectives, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 7, pp. 1-13, 2014.PDF icon Mokhele7(1).pdf (823.09 KB)
J. Mounter, Improving practice as a head-teacher through living theory research and communicating meanings of embodied values, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 7, pp. 14-38, 2014.PDF icon Mounter7(1).pdf (1.3 MB)
R. Mulhern, How can I design a recovery-oriented e-learning website for people with mental health difficulties?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 399-431, 2009.

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