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by Dorothy Atkinson
An Auto/Biographical . .
An Auto/Biographical .
Author(s) Bio. Dorothy Atkinson is Professor of Learning Disability and Social Care at the Open University. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption. Request an e-inspection copy.
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This book illuminates the rich and creative uses of biographical and life history approaches in studying adult .
This book illuminates the rich and creative uses of biographical and life history approaches in studying adult and lifelong learning. He is presently working on families and their learning, using auto/biographical perspectives.
Background: Structuring processes involved in auto/biographical approaches can reinterpret knowledge in different ways and help to examine the boundaries of experience, particularly when exploring what might be marginal spaces in cultures and institutions. The PhD study on which the paper is based explored the learning of registered nurses from two NHS trusts in the south of England
On her 16th birthday her mother gave her a book on X-ray crystallography which .
On her 16th birthday her mother gave her a book on X-ray crystallography which helped her decide her future. She was further encouraged by the chemist . Her state school education did not include Latin, then required for entrance to Oxbridge. It began in 1934 when she was offered a small sample of crystalline insulin by Robert Robinson. A portrait of Dorothy Hodgkin by Bryan Organ was commissioned by private subscription to become part of the collection of the Royal Society.
The power of the biographical approach to extend across disciplines can be.
The power of the biographical approach to extend across disciplines can be explained by social individualisation and its accompanying biographisation.
This book provides both structured activities to get students speaking and ideas for developing confidence in using English outside the classroom. Essentially, this book: examines the different approaches and activities that can be used for teaching and testing speaking. covers areas of speech such as articulation, fluency and register. looks at classroom approaches such as drilling, discussions, drama, dialogues and conversation.