Author Archive | Alison Buckler

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Minimising ‘distance’ in distance learning programmes during a global health crisis: framing an international education response to COVID-19

This blog post was written by Dr Alison Buckler (Senior Research Fellow in International Education at The Open University) with contributions from Dr Liz Chamberlain, Dr Kris Stutchbury, and Claire Hedges (senior academics and programme managers) as well as other colleagues at the Open University and partner organisations. The blog was also published on the […]

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Inclusive ways of knowing? Problematising the relationship between research and the design of inclusive education

By Dr Alison Buckler, The Open University, UK; Dr Faith Mkwananzi, The University of the Free State, South Africa; Dr Liz Chamberlain, The Open University, UK; and Ms Caroline Dean, Plan International, UK. These issues were discussed during a session at the September 2019 UKFIET conference on inclusive education systems. Earlier this year we launched […]

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Understanding teachers’ working experiences

Capturing data on teachers as professionals, learners and change-makers in low resource contexts Rhiannon Moore (University of Oxford), Alison Buckler (The Open University), Eric Addae-Kyeremeh (The Open University), Renu Singh (Young Lives, India), Jack Rossiter (University of Oxford), Chris High (Linnaeus University) When we picture a school, many of us will see a teacher, standing […]

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