EDDi Extra

An explosion of content....

  
0:00
-7:28

Dear subscribers

To those who celebrate it, Happy Diwali.

And, to those who ‘remember, remember’ be careful with the gunpowder (and stay away from treasons and plots).

This week’s EDDi Extra is an explosion of content (sorry, we couldn’t resist).

First up is a revisiting of the five education myths that Covid-19 shatters from the last edition. The piece proved very popular and is now available, courtesy of Jason Lasky, in audio form.

Click the play button above to listen to a summary of an excellent piece of research from the Institute of Education, Manchester University.

We also have two of our regular ‘Extra’ features:

Postgraduate Tips III - Which data collection methods are most common in qualitative research?

Thinking Sociologically III - What are the advantages and disadvantages of a sociological imagination?

Finally, we have another contribution by Dr Patrick Lee, this time a look at something you may have experienced, but have hopefully managed to avoid:

Zoom-bombing

We’ll be back in a fortnight with a traditional digest.

Until then, happy reading (and listening).

EDDi


INTERESTED IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION?

The Teacher’s Guide is on SALE!

We are not sure why…or for how long…but ‘The Teacher’s Guide’ is currently on sale on Amazon UK. Grab a copy to take on your international adventure.

(Also courtesy of Jason Lasky, listen to a short sample of the book here - 4 mins).


We’d Love Your Help…

Your support would mean so much to us and we’d be very grateful if you would help out in any of the following ways. If you’ve already done these, thank you so much!

  • Share EDDi with your friends/followers or anyone else you think would enjoy it.

  • Buy a copy of the book! Or, if you have a copy, share the link with people who might enjoy it.

  • Click ‘Like’ on one of our articles.

  • Let us know in the comments what features and topics you’d like to see in the future.