Where Have All the Flowers Gone? A Case for Community Gardening for Education

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James, M. 2021. Where Have All the Flowers Gone? A Case for Community Gardening for Education. Research in Teacher Education. 11 (2), pp. 35-38. https://doi.org/10.15123/uel.8q586
AuthorsJames, M.
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Mary James FAcSS retired in 2014 from her position as Professor at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. She remains a Fellow Commoner of Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge. Previously she held a Chair in Education at the London Institute of Education. She has also worked as a researcher at the Open University, where she gained her PhD. The first ten years of her career were as a teacher in three secondary schools. Her research and teaching have been in the field of curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and the professional development of teachers and school leaders. She was a member of the UK Assessment Reform Group from 1992 to 2010. In the 2000s, she directed the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)'s 'Learning How to Learn' project, within the Teaching and Learning Research Programme, of which she was deputy director. From 2011 to 2013 she was President of the British Educational Research Association. She has published more than 100 books, chapters and articles and her 'selected works' are published by Routledge.

JournalResearch in Teacher Education
Journal citation11 (2), pp. 35-38
ISSN2046-1240
2047-3818
Year2021
PublisherThe School of Education and Communities, University of East London
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