‘Children can wind you up!’


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Transforming Learning Cultures in Further Education is part of the ESRC Teaching Learning Research Programme, Project No. L139251025.

  • I would like to acknowledge the contributions of the TLC team to discussions on the project data and earlier drafts of this paper, particularly Phil Hodkinson, Tony Scaife, David James and Mike Tedder.

  • I am most grateful to Joanne Lowe, her colleagues and the CACHE students for their generous participation in the research.



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