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Paradigmatic diversity and Research in Education

Research in education requires a unity to face paradigmatic diversity. According to García Ferrando (1978), from its origins, social science has been a multiparadigmatic science, hence, education, being part of social sciences, it is obvious that the phenomena to analyse have such a complexity, that it would be impossible to grasp and explain them using […]

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BERA/SAGE Awards 2010 – we interview the winners

The winners of the 2010 BERA/SAGE Practitioner Research Awards were announced yesterday at the annual British Educational Research Association (BERA) conference in Warwick. Dr Karen Graham, Director of Active Childcare Ltd, based in Wrexham, won the 16+ award for her project improving vocational education in childcare and health and social care settings. The Schools, early […]

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