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The Centre investigates the changing contexts and practices of contemporary life. Learning is central to our agenda since it is through learning that change occurs. An important focus is on ideas of practice, from educational and professional practices to language and social practices more generally.
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Doing ethnography in teams

A case study of asymmetries in collaborative research by Teena Clerke and Nick Hopwood.
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Contexts that motivate 'at-risk' youths

In this seminar, consideration will be given to how teachers in alternative schools promote (re-)engagement in and motivation for learning for ‘at-risk’ youth through building ‘a curriculum of success’.

The Centre for Research in Learning and Change has been disestablished and is no longer operational.

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