Pat Thomson

Pat Thomson blogs and tweets as patter, @thomsonpat. Her real job is Professor of Education at The University of Nottingham. She researches the arts in schools communities and institutions as well as  academic writing and research methods. She has written and edited a lot of books, but is now aiming for a shelf.

PATTER blog:
patthomson.net
Twitter @ThomsonPat
Curated collections from patter https://wakelet.com/@patter

LATEST RESEARCH with RSC & TATE:
Tracking Arts Learning and Engagement – researchtale.net

 

EDITOR:
Educational Action Research Journal

LATEST BOOKS:
The Digital Academic: Critical Perspectives on Digital Technologies in Higher Education. Ed with Deborah Lupton and Inger Mewburn Routledge 2017
Inspiring school change: Transforming education through the creative arts, with Christine Hall, Routledge 2017
Educational leadership and Pierre Bourdieu, Routledge  2017
Place based methods for researching schools, with Christine Hall, Bloomsbury 2017
Literacy, leading and learning. Beyond pedagogies of poverty. Deb Hayes, Rob Hattam, Barbara Comber, Lyn Kerkham, Ruth Lupton and Pat Thomson. – Routledge 2017
Detox your writing: Strategies for doctoral researchers, with Barbara Kamler – Routledge 2016
All books: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pat-Thomson/e/B001IXNYV0

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