Alistair Pennycook (in the vicinity)

Masterclass with Professor Alastair Pennycook University of Technology, Sydney Tuesday 21 September 2010 12.30 lunch, 1.30-4.00pm class   MOSAIC Centre for research on Multilingualism Room G39, School of Education, University of Birmingham   A plurality of multilingualisms In this paper, Professor Alastair Pennycook will explore the need not only to look at the diversity of languages implied by the label […]

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I must be a profound thinker, and men like that naturally don’t speak very much

I was intrigued by Magdalena’s recent reflexivity post, but – in a shamelessly selfish way – what I took away from reading the post seems to reveal more about myself than her. This extract was quite illuminating, especially if one considers what could be there but isn’t: There was also the discussion on the narrative-reflexivity link, which helped me to […]

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Ethnography and Education: Volume 5 Issue 2

Julian has alerted us to the following volume which may be of interest to some: Ethnography and Education: Volume 5 Issue 2  is now available online at informaworld Special Issue: ETHICAL DILEMMAS IN THE FIELD: THE COMPLEX NATURE OF DOING EDUCATION ETHNOGRAPHY Guest introduction; Ethical dilemmas in the field: the complex nature of doing education ethnography, Pages 123 – 127, […]

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A Developing Bibliography on Reflection & Reflexivity

This is what I have so far – any suggested additions:   Bolton, G. (2005). Reflective practice: Writing and professional development (2nd edn.). London, Sage. Borg, S. (2001). The research journal: A tool for promoting and understanding researcher development, Language Teaching Research, 5, (2), 156-177. Boud, D., Keogh, R. and Walker, D. (1985). Reflection: Turning experiences into learning. London, Kogan […]

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