Pragmatic about a poor review;Letter

24th September 1999 at 01:00
UNDER the headline "Lenny Henry stands up for freedom", you suggest that at the British Educational Research Association annual conference "the paper least likely to appeal to pragmatic policy makers" was the one written by us (TES, September 10). The paper was entitled: How are we improving our teaching as teacher educators as we research ourselves as living contradictions and multiple selves in our educative relationships with our students and social contexts? Not a catchy title perhaps - but it gave an accurate view of the content; more than can be said about your headline! Thank you for boosting our readership. Our paper can be seen in the writings section of www.actionresearch.net

Sarah Fletcher, Jack Whitehead, Department of Education, University of Bath

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