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2008
M. Farren, Co-creating an educational space, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 1, pp. 50-68, 2008.PDF icon Farren1(1).pdf (904.49 KB)
J. McNiff, Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 1, p. i-iv, 2008.
M. Laidlaw, In pursuit of counterpoint: an educational journey, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 1, pp. 69-102, 2008.
B. Bognar and Zovko, M., Pupils as action researchers: improving something important in our lives, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 1, pp. 1-49, 2008.PDF icon Bognar_Zovko1(1).pdf (1.35 MB)
J. Whitehead, Using a living theory methodology in improving practice and generating educational knowledge in living theories, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 1, pp. 103-126, 2008.
2009
M. Gavran, Class journal as a possibility of encouraging pupils’ creativity, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 295-323, 2009.PDF icon Gavran2(3).pdf (1.45 MB)
J. Spiro, Creating space: accounting for where I stand, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 140-171, 2009.
V. Ibraković and Bognar, B., Creativity in teaching plant production, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 232-256, 2009.PDF icon Ibrakovic_Bognar2(2).pdf (1.05 MB)
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.
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. Farren, Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, p. i-iv, 2009.
M. Laidlaw, Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, p. i-iv, 2009.
J. Whitehead, Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, p. i-iii, 2009.
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.
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.
D. O’Mahony, How can I encourage my pupils to think critically through collaborative online-learning?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 121-139, 2009.
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.
M. R. Clerkin, How can I use Irish language e-portfolios in the assessment for learning approach in my primary classroom?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 32-67, 2009.
S. Aston, How do I contribute to student teachers’ critical development?: A higher education practitioner’s personal account of a move towards a more critical and emancipatory pedagogy through design and technology, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 172-214, 2009.
J. Renowden, How do I create my living theory of accountability as a lecturer in teacher education?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 432-439, 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.
S. Gjøtterud, Love and critique in guiding student teachers, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 68-95, 2009.
J. K. Adler-­Collins, A narrative of my ontological transformation as I develop, pilot, and evaluate a curriculum for the healing and reflective nurse in a Japanese faculty of nursing, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 1-31, 2009.
T. Hennessy, Supporting collaboration in my work place through the use of Moodle, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 96-120, 2009.

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