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 In this blog, we hear from Bex Ewart, Quality Improvement Education Officer (Early Years) at the City of Edinburgh Council, who is currently undertaking the part-time MEd Leadership and Learning with Moray House School of Education and Sport.  How has the University become a space for your professional learning?  I have tried to imagine other experiences […]

Teaching in a Diverse Scotland- Professional Learning Events This academic year our Teacher Education Partnership has been collaborating to move forward our response to the landmark Teaching in a Diverse Scotland (TIDS) report (Scottish Government, 2018) authored by Prof Rowena Arshad and consider the progress made and areas still to be developed in the follow […]

Understanding what we teach and why requires teachers to reflect upon their pedagogical practices. The methodology of Self-Study encourages practitioners to interrogate their assumptions and beliefs, and to consider how these beliefs influence the way they teach. For myself, the value of Self-Study lies in its insistence on slowing down, reflecting and making changes to […]

During my Extended Work-Based Project (EWBP) I conducted a case study of what happened when teachers learned to adopt the practice of practitioner enquiry within their classrooms.  Whilst reflecting on the conversations I had with teachers over the course of the study I became increasingly interested in how bias affected teacher judgement and have since […]

In my last year of study on the MEd Leadership and Learning, I explored how Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy challenges dominant educational ideas about thinking. Through Deleuze, I sought to show that these ideas can be limiting and damaging in the way in which they influence the policy, theory and practice of the teaching of thinking […]

I have recently completed my first year of studying for my Ed D (Doctor of Education) at University of Strathclyde.  I am finding this level of study utterly fascinating, undoubtedly challenging  and highly  addictive all at the same time. Earlier this year I undertook a Systematic  Review  of the literature related to the focus of […]


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