Beyond the development of teachers’ professional knowledge: Tapping into our practical wisdom
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About the Author
I am an academic leader with over 20 years’ experience in education. I began my career in Early Years and then went on to work in Higher Education supporting teachers in developing their practice. Currently I work at Bournemouth as a principal academic embedding a positive organisational culture based on my research on humanising practice. I am passionate about the role that teachers have to support, engage and inspire students to learn and thrive.