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Teacher-Writer Memoirs as Lens for Writing Emotionally in a Primary Teacher Education Programme
(Teaching Education (Routledge), 2008)
This paper examines student teachers experiences of writing emotionally through the lens of teacher-writer memoirs. The participants were ninety-nine postgraduate student teachers in a sociology of teaching module in an ...
Roots and Wings: Teacher Education for Diversity in a Changing Ireland
(Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy/The European Cultural Foundation, Dublin., 2003)
Early Childhood Discourse: Problematising some Conceptual issues in Statutory Frameworks.
(Irish Educational Studies: Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2002)
Three principles of Serendip : insight, chance, and discovery in qualitative research
(Qualitative Studies in Education: Taylor & Francis, 1996)
This article discusses the role of serendipity in qualitative research. Drawing on ideas and methodological suggestions from a set of classic and recent fieldwork accounts, the authors examine conceptions of serendipity ...