Anne is Professor of Professional Learning at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Main teaching interests:
Research methods in education
I am interested in supervising dissertations and theses in the areas of:
initial teacher education
teacher professional learning
social justice and equity issues in education
Currently he is the sole editor of the international Journal of Education for Teaching, a member of the board of Educational Philosophy and Theory, co-opted member of the Research Committee of the Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (having previously been the elected chair of UCET) and one of two UK representatives on the Japan/UK Education Forum. He is a member of the British Educational Research Association and the Standing Conference on Studies in Education. He is Professor Emeritus at Manchester Metropolitan University and holds visiting chairs at Hull, Roehampton and Plymouth Universities whilst acting as a consultant for a number of other UK and overseas universities as they develop their research profile.
Research Traditions in Education
Researching Professional Development
Who Am I? What Kind of Practitioner Am I?
Identifying an Area for Research
Finding, Reviewing and Managing Literature
Which Research Techniques to Use?
Critical Friendship, Critical Community and Collaboration
Qualitative Data Analysis
Quantitative Data Management, Analysis and Presentation of Questionnaire Surveys
Writing up, Reporting and Publishing Your Research
Evaluating amd Disseminating Research
Resources for Research