Tripp and Ultraversity – an offering from 2006

As part of my hardware tidy up I stumbled across a musing made eighteen months or so ago, on how Ultraversity (the BA LTR team) embraces research and reflection in to its own practice. The piece compares Tripp’s vision of action research and reflective  practice with the reality of practice amongst the BA LTR delivery team. 

I have been asked a few times for this , so I have now added it here. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Action Research (as culture)  and the BA LTR course configuration

Action Research (as culture) and the BA LTR course configuration

Despite organisational changes since the original piece I still believe this interpretation has held up. 

When I provided evidence for the Higher Education Academy for Fellowship status evidence from each of these three layers was used and valued. 

I wonder if others from different HE courses or teaching roles would see this as a useful interpretation of how research and reflection can be integrated in to practice for individual and collective improvement. 

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