June 2015, Volume 8, Issue 1

Sally Cartwright (20/09/1959 – 20/01/2013) was a Master Educator committed to living her values as fully as she could by continually seeking to improve her own practice and the educational experience of young people (see her Masters work). In recognition of her work she was posthumously awarded the Diploma in Education on the 14th April 2015 at the University of Bath (see Jack Whitehead's notes  for  the  ceremony  for  the  posthumous  award  of  Diploma  in  Education).
Living Theory researchers from around the world participated in person and through SKYPE in the Town Hall event at the Action Research Network of the Americas (ARNA), May 2015, Toronto, Canada. Conversations about the nature of Living Theory research and its impact on their lives were begun and continue to develop (check out the living posters) to learn more and contribute to the evolution of our community. Teachers from the Bluewater District School Board in Ontario, Canada presented at the conference and Cathy Griffin was honoured for her work in her school district and presented with the Promising Young Researcher Award. The Network for Educational Action Researchers in Ireland (NEARI) was launched April 2015 at Dublin City University. Stories are being told, issues discussed and resources shared! Check out their living poster for more details.

Foreword (pp. i-iv)
Jane Spiro
Danijela Ljubac Mec
Pip Bruce Ferguson
Jocelyn Romero Demirbag
Jane Spiro with
Dan Butcher, Kathleen Greenway, Jenny Harding, and Adrian Twissell
Book reviews
Pip Bruce Ferguson
Pip Bruce Ferguson
Living-theory theses and dissertations
Jacqueline Delong