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Ann-Marie Bathmaker

Professor of Education

UWE-Bristol

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Higher Education Review


Course Director

University of the West of England


Professor of Vocational and Higher Education

University of Birmingham


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www.highereducationreview.com [cached]

Ann-Marie Bathmaker, Professor of Vocational and Higher Education, University of Birmingham


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Professor Ann-Marie Bathmaker
Professor Ann-Marie Bathmaker


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Professor Ann-Marie Bathmaker, University of Birmingham.


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Professor Ann-Marie Bathmaker


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Professor Ann-Marie Bathmaker of the University of Birmingham acted as discussant on the day and closed the conference.
She characterised practitioner-led research in our sector as often “not a quick fix but a slow burn�, and “learning from the swampy lowlands�! In other words, learning from the challenges, the highs and lows, the real life narratives and experience of everyday life teaching in our sector. By undertaking these types of research projects participants were developing the capacity, confidence and courage to be critical about their own current practices and the practices used by their organisations. Prof Bathmaker also remarked on the diversity and creativity of research designs and presentational approaches she had seen, and the very wide range of existing research that people had drawn on or critiqued in their projects.


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