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Writing in Education - Vol. 82 - Winter 2020

In this issue:

Action Learning Programme
Fiona Linday shares recent experiences with NAWE’s virtual action learning programme
Creative Contribution - Bedrock & Winter
2 poems by Anne Caldwall
Creative Contribution - Fallow Season
A Creative Contribution by Michael Loveday
Education after Lockdown?
Matt Beighton offers some tips on delivering sessions in a change world
From Communities of Practice to Life Stories
Siobhan Campbell and Meg Jensen share their experiences of writing based interventions
Miracle Grow
Natalie Coe is a teacher reflecting in her garden
Review of Alice and the North
Andrew Melrose's review of Anne Caldwell’s latest poetry collection
Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation - Time to Shred the KS2 Test
Robert Hull reflects on his teaching experience, inspiring children to read and write
Talking about The Prisoner’s Wife and writing
An interview with Poet and Novelist, Maggie Butt/Brookes
The value of note-taking
Lisa Koning’s article on lockdown, quarantine and the splinter of ice in the writer’s veins
What is Entrepreneurship?
Dan Anthony considers how entrepreneurship education may influence creative writing and how creative writing may change approaches to entrepreneurship in the university setting
Who do we write for and do we care who reads us?
Andrew Melrose takes Robert Louis Stevenson and considers this question
Writing Communally and be Free
Andrea Mason explores the potential of combining old and new technologies
X Winter 2020 BOOK REVIEWS

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