A Guide to Practitioner Research in Education by Ian Menter, Dely Elliot, Moira Hulme, Jon Lewin, Kevin

By Ian Menter, Dely Elliot, Moira Hulme, Jon Lewin, Kevin Lowden

Written in pleasant and available language, this concise advisor comprises a number of functional examples in line with the authors’ broad adventure within the box. The authors supply details and counsel on constructing examine abilities similar to collecting and examining details and information, reporting findings, and examine layout. they provide severe views to aid clients examine study techniques and to appreciate the main concerns in devising examine questions.

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In his excellent book, Funerals and How to Improve Them, Dr Tony Walter emphasizes how much choice is available when it comes to organizing a funeral: you do not have to have a religious service; you do not have to have hymns; you do not have to have a professional person to take the service; you do not have to have a religious building, a hearse or an undertaker. Legally, you do not even have to have a coffin or an official burial ground, although in practice other regulations make these last two pretty much unavoidable.

A boy often, whose father had died of cancer, had great difficulty understanding who had actually died. His father had changed dramatically in the course of his illness, putting on a great deal of weight, losing his hair, and becoming prone to abrupt and bizarre mood swings— crying and laughing one moment, whispering, then shouting the next. ’ Peta Hemmings helped this child to come to terms with the difficult truth by playing and talking with him using a special kind of toy. ’ DEATH AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS Sometimes there will be only a short illness before a parent dies.

Every relapse destroyed it. Life for Jenny in these two years was like suddenly being strapped onto a rollercoaster and trying vainly to carry on as normal. In some circumstances there can be advantages to a death coming after an illness, because at least you may have had time to ‘rehearse’ what will happen in the future, either by discussing it with your family or simply by imagining how it will feel to come home from school, or go on holidays, or hear important exam results, or get married without the parent you love being there.

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