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Preface Foreword by Frank Coffield Acknowledgement PART 1: WHAT ARE THE ISSUES? Chapter 1 Improving Learning Cultures in Further Education? David James, Gert Biesta, Phil Hodkinson, Keith Postlethwaite and Denis Gleeson Chapter 2 Learning Cultures and a Cultural Theory of Learning Phil Hodkinson, Gert Biesta and David James PART 2: WHAT DOES THE RESEARCH TELL US? What are learning cultures in FE and how do they change? Chapter 3 Improving Teaching and Learning in FE: A Policy History Helen Colley, Madeleine Wahlberg and David James Chapter 4 Learning Cultures across Sites Phil Hodkinson, Gert Biesta, Keith Postlethwaite and Wendy Maull How do learning cultures transform people? Chapter 5 The Learning of Practices and the Practices of Learning David James, Jennie Davies and Gert Biesta How can learning cultures be improved? Chapter 6 Changing the Culture: Interventions and Mediations David James, Madeleine Wahlberg and Gert Biesta, Chapter 7 Professionality in FE Learning Cultures David James and Denis Gleeson PART III: WHAT ARE THE OVERALL IMPLICATIONS? Chapter 8 Conclusions: Transforming Learning Cultures in Further Education Gert Biesta, David James, Phil Hodkinson, Denis Gleeson and Keith Postlethwaite Methodological Appendix Keith Postlethwaite Bibliography Index About the project team
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Continuing education -- Great Britain.
Adult education -- Great Britain.
Adult learning -- Great Britain.