Blogging as public pedagogy – an interview with Dr Carol Azumah Dennis (#1)

 

Azumah  is a Lecturer in Education in the School of Education and Social Sciences. She is an external examiner for Canterbury Christchurch, Birmingham, Sheffield and Brunel University, reviewing various programmes including teacher education and PhD theses.

She leads the Post 16 Research, Policy and Practice Group at University of Hull. Her research has focussed on conceptions of quality, adult literacies and the links between policy and professionalization of post 16 teachers. She has also researched in areas of discourses surrounding adult literacy teaching, learning and practices. Her work is located within the research, policy and practice nexus.

 

In this conversation, we cover many issues, amongst which are:

  • The need for collaboration in blogging
  • The dialog nature of blogging
  • Blogging as a way of sharing experience and best practice

Enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “Blogging as public pedagogy – an interview with Dr Carol Azumah Dennis (#1)

    • By sharing experience from practice in the public domain, educators will be helping to build a better and progressive world.
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