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J. Johnston and Vickers-­Manzin, J., Our Living-Educational-Theory of Knowledge-translation: Improving Practice, Influencing Learners, and Contributing to the Professional Knowledge Base of Nursing, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 7, pp. 1-31, 2014.PDF icon 231paperJen&Janmj.pdf (2.87 MB)
A. Jesudason, How do I improve my practice of training midwives and nurses in the use of Q-Pulse?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 12, pp. 81-102, 2019.PDF icon 337.pdf (397.41 KB)
B. K. Jennings, Ethical Incidents’: Experiential learning in an introductory Christian Ethics course, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 9, pp. 58-90, 2016.PDF icon 272.pdf (619.82 KB)
A. Jauch, How can I improve my communication with my sister, so that I can lead a more loving, consistent and harmonious life with her?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 3, pp. 119-169, 2010.
M. James, Developing a living theory of theopraxis: How do I improve my practice as a professional educator in Religious Education?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 280-294, 2009.
D. Jackson, How do I learn to inspire and support my primary education students’ creativity in design and technology?: Finding the courage to move from craft to creativity in primary design and technology, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 257-279, 2009.
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M. Huxtable, Roche, M. (2014). Developing children's critical thinking through picturebooks. London and New York: Routledge., Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 8, pp. 95-98, 2015.PDF icon Huxtable_book_review8(1).pdf (736.93 KB)
M. Huxtable, Creating an online community of action researchers by Branko Bognar & Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing., Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 10, pp. 110-113, 2017.PDF icon 5.pdf (151.33 KB)
M. Huxtable, Developing Talents to Create and Offer Knowledge of the Self and the World as Educational Gifts, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 215-231, 2009.
M. Huxtable, Editorial Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 11, p. i-v, 2018.PDF icon foreword11(2).pdf (134.87 KB)
M. Huxtable, Integrating personal, political, and professional educational practice that gives meaning and purpose to my life and work, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 9, pp. 1-23, 2016.PDF icon 284.pdf (1005.7 KB)
S. Hutchison, A living theory of care-giving, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 6, pp. 40-56, 2013.PDF icon Hutchison6(1).pdf (1.03 MB)
S. Hutchison, Frankl, V. E. (1984). Man’s Search for Meaning Revised and Updated. New York: Washington Square Press., Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 9, pp. 99-102, 2016.PDF icon 289.pdf (165.18 KB)
M. Hooker, How can I encourage multi-stakeholder narrative and reflection on the use of ICT in Teacher Professional Development programmes in Rwanda?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 324-364, 2009.
J. Hocknell-Nickels, Learning to Feel the Presence of Kairos: My Living Theory Account, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 11, pp. 1-26, 2018.PDF icon 325.pdf (423.77 KB)
T. Hennessy, Supporting collaboration in my work place through the use of Moodle, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 96-120, 2009.
E. Hennessy, How am I learning to scaffold a synchronous online professional development course?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 5, pp. 1-43, 2012.
K. Hanson and Cherkowski, S., Deepening Connectivity: Learning about ourselves through others as a way to experience integrity as an inquiry educator, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 8, pp. 1-18, 2015.PDF icon Hanson_Cherkowski8(2).pdf (255.21 KB)

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