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St Mary's Publishes Latest Education Journal

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St Mary's Publishes Latest Education Journal

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The School of Education, Theology and Leadership at St Mary’s University, Twickenham has published the latest edition of its Education Journal, ReflectED, under the editorship of lecturer Dr Christine Edwards-Leis. ReflectED was first published in 2011 and is a platform for the publication of interdisciplinary articles, while celebrating the challenging and changing nature of educational research and practice. The latest edition of the publication, which features an editorial by Head of School Dr Maureen Glackin, explores subjects such as collaborative working in music and the importance of research as a basis for teaching. The new edition also includes several new features as well as an expansion of the editorial team. The ReflectED report section discusses the launch of the St Mary’s Aquinas Centre for Educational Research, and will report on further innovative research and events in education in the future. A new Seminar Series presents some of the latest research that is being showcased in School of Education, Theology and Leadership Research Seminars, while a Reflection piece has been included to document teaching and learning development of staff and students within the School. Finally, a Review section has been introduced, in which new educational resources and materials are reviewed for their contribution to the field. Dr Edwards-Leis said, “We have great pleasure in adding new members to our editorial team from the UK and Australia. We have an enthusiastic and talented team of reviewers who ensure that high quality research articles are published. This edition features three research articles that are informative and thought-provoking.” The latest edition of ReflectED can be found on the Education, Theology and Leadership section of the website. Contributions are welcomed from all staff and students at St Mary’s.
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