Issues in November 2015
Volume 22 Bridging Divides
19 November 2015 Articles
Combining different worlds: Interdisciplinarity in action research
The Foodways and Futures (2013-2016) project is of interdisciplinary nature, shaped by the fields of education, public health, sociology and nutrition. Foodways and Futures is a qualitative action research project based in the North East of Scotland. The project is to explore the socioeconomic environment surrounding food choices of so...
Bridging conceptual divides related to sex, gender and sexuality in teacher education
A fluid understanding of sex, gender and sexuality contradicts categorical binary thinking. In this article on the implementation of the ethical principles of ‘shared moral space’ (Nussbaum 2008) and ‘deconstructive ethics’ (Lenz-Taguchi 2007), we illustrate the realization of these two principles within a framework of gender and sexual diversity on...
LAB studio model: Developing external networks for learning entrepreneurship in higher education
This article summarises a study of the purposefulness, structure and amount of external learning networks formed during an interdisciplinary higher education programme based on a LAB studio model. The LAB studio model is a learning model, which develops connections between working-life based problems and the recognition and development of the...
Drug education. Bridging the divide between teachers and students
School pupils using technology at heritage sites to improve literacy: bridging divides
Bridging the divide between educationalists and technologists
Improving Access to Further and Higher Education for Young people in Public Care: European Policy and Practice
How to Get Kids Offline, Outdoors and Connecting with Nature 200Plus Creative Activities to Encourage Self-Esteem, Mindfulness, and Wellbeing
Theorizing Native Studies
Supporting Change in Autism Services: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice
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