June 2018, Volume 11, Issue 1

EJOLTs was brought into being in 2008 by a small band of people working together to create a freely accessible journal multi-media Journal for practitioner-researchers, with a passion to research their educational practice, to understand, improve and explain it and contribute to improving educational knowledge globally. By ‘educational’ practice we mean practice that involves learning explained and judged by the ontological and social values concerned with the flourishing of humanity that give an individual’s life and work meaning and purpose.
Over the 10 years 20 issues have been published with papers from around the globe. The papers in this 21st issue continue and extend our growing international community and the potential for our work to have an educational influence. This issue also extends our understandings of ways of working cooperatively to create EJOLTS and to co-create papers that communicate co-created educational knowledge. Over the coming months we will be working together to learn how to use a wiki site to go further still to create and co-create understandings of what difference EJOLTs has made. Do have a look at Living Theory Wiki page and get in touch if you would like to work with us on this.


Jack Whitehead
Jerome Thamsanqa Gumede
David Wright, Susanne Gannon, Mohamed Moustakim and Dorian Stoilescu
The Narrative Inquiry Group
Arianna Briganti