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These accounts were created to communicate, not just to me, but to contribute to the educational influence I might offer to the learning of others or with the hope of influencing policy. The accounts were published, or have been accepted for publication, or have been presented at conferences etc, either alone or with colleagues. 

Chapter in Teachers and Teacher Educations Learning Through Enquiry: International Perspective

 

Huxtable, M. (2016) How does a Living Theory research approach to Action Research enhance the understanding, development and integration of personal, professional and political collaborative practice as a contribution to the flourishing of humanity? A paper for the CARN 2016 Conference Programme at Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln, UK with the theme of ‘Integrating the Personal and political in Professional Practice.’

Delong, J., Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2016) Town Hall: Come and join our live conversation with an international community of practitioner action researchers. ARNA Conference, Toronto, 

Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2015) Creating a profession of educators with the living-theories of master and doctor educators. Gifted Education International. Published online before print March 16, 2015, doi:10.1177/0261429415575836

Huxtable, M. (2014) Exploring the implications of supporting educational research for developing professional practice. A contribution to the symposium on ‘Creating an Educational Epistemology through Living Educational Theories’, at the British Educational Research Association Conference, 23-25th September 2014 at Institute Of Education, University of London.

Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2014) Generating living-educational-theories From Changing Practices For Changing Times: Past, Present And Future Possibilities Of Self-study Research. In Garbett, D., & Ovens, A. (Eds.), Changing practices for changing times: Past, present and future possibilities for self-study research. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices. Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England. Auckland, NZ: University of Auckland.

Huxtable, M. (2013) Developing inclusive educational theory practice and provision from an educational perspectivePaper presented at BERA 2013 annual conference at Sussex University 3rd -5th Sept 2013

Huxtable, M. (2013) How do I improve what I am doing with a living theory praxis in engaging with issues of poverty? A paper presented in the Symposium on Creating Educational Theories Which Engage With Issues of Poverty at the British Educational Research Association Conference, 3-5th September 2013 at the University of Sussex.

Huxtable, M and Whitehead, J. (2013) Living-educational-theories as Transformational Continuing Professional Development. A paper presented at the 2013 Conference of the British Educational Research Association Conference at the University of Sussex.

Huxtable, M. (2013) How do I contribute to improving educational theory, practice and provision through developing my living-theory-praxis? Paper presented at BERA 2013 annual conference at Sussex University 3rd -5th Sept 2013.

Huxtable, M. (2013) Using Living-Theory research to investigate and improve practice: a self-study of an educational psychologist accounting for her influence in leading a local authority project. C-SHEN seminar 12-1 pm 23rd Jan 2013 University of Cumbria.

Whitehead, J and Huxtable, M. (2013) Living-Educational-Theory research as transformational CPD. Gifted Education International, September 2013; vol. 29, 3: pp. 221-226. first published on December 10, 2012

Huxtable, M. (2013) How do I create and contribute knowledge that is of social, cultural, academic, professional and personal value through scholarly research? A discussion paper for the Colloquium at Liverpool Hope University 24-27 July 2013 on Researching Our Own Practice.

Huxtable, M. (2012) How do I contribute to the development of inclusive gifted and talented educational theory practice and provision from an educational perspective? Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association Conference   4th-6th September 2012 in Manchester, UK.

Huxtable, M. (2012) How do I improve what I am doing with a living-theory praxis? A presentation in the Symposium on Researching To Improve Educational Practice For The Public Benefit With Living Citizenship And 5X5X5=Creativity at the British Educational Research Association Conference   4th-6th September 2012 in Manchester, UK.

Huxtable, M. (2011) How do I contribute to improving educational relationships, space and opportunities? BERA annual conference 6th – 8th Sept 2011 Institute of Education, London.

Contribution to a symposium ‘Transforming Educational Knowledge through Practitioner-Research’ convened by Prof. Jack Whitehead, Liverpool Hope University. BERA annual conference 6th – 8th Sept. Institute of Education.

Huxtable, M. (2011) Generative and transformational forms of evaluation and accountability of educational practice. Presented at BERA annual conference 6th-8th Sept. Institute of Education, London.

Huxtable, M. (2011) How am I, as an educational practitioner-researcher using new technology to enhance educational learning? Accepted for presentation at the 11th Diverse ( Developing Innovative Visual Educational Resources For Students Everywhere) Conference, Dublin City Univeristy, 28th - 30th June 2011.

Huxtable, M. (2011) Exploring the creation of my living theory as I explore my systemic educational responsibility. Presented at the Value and Virtue in Practice-Based Research. St Johns York University. 1st - 2nd June 2011

 

Huxtable, M. (2010) Educators and learners co-developing as action researchers. A presentation on the 7th November 2010 to the Collaborative Action Research Network Conference at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.

Huxtable, M. (2010) Children and Young People as Living Theory Action Researchers. A contribution to ‘Action Research in the Function of Professional Development of Teachers’, part IV of, ‘The Influence of Action Research on Educational Practice of the European Workshop’, 17-20 May 2010, Zagreb, Croatia.

Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2010) ‘How are we sustaining educational relationships to improve educational practices with teachers and pupils in the generation of educational knowledge?' Presented at the 2010 Annual Conference of the British Educational Research Association at the University of Warwick on the 2nd September 2010.

Huxtable, M. (2010) ‘Educational research: Evolving forms of representation, which communicate relationally dynamic energy-flowing values.’ Presented at the 2010 Annual Conference of the British Educational Research Association at the University of Warwick on the 1st September 2010.)

Huxtable, M. (2010) Developing inclusive gifted and talented educational theory, practice and provision by implementing passion-led learning and a living personal(ised) curriculum. slides and video of presentation part 1 and part 2 at the Carol Dweck conference.

 

I am particularly proud of my contribution to Creativity|works, which can be accessed from
www.nesacreativechange.org.uk/creativity.php

Huxtable, M. (2009) Enhancing Creativity in Educational Practice and Teachers Continued Professional Development Through Contributing to Improving Inclusive and Inclusional Gifted and Talented Educational Theory and Practice. pp.128-141. In L. Bognar, J. Whitehead, B. Bognar, M. P. Kraljik, K. Munk (Eds) Encouraging creativity in education: Collection of papers – a Handbook for Current and Future Teachers, "A Creative Approach to Teacher Education", Pozega, Croatia, 27-30 Sept 2009. Retrieved 4 Oct 2009 from http://ejolts.net/node/145

Huxtable, M. (2009) Developing Talents to Create and Offer Knowledge of the Self and the World as Educational Gifts. EJOLTs (Educational Journal of Living Theories) 2 (2) 43-59. Accessed 1st Sept 09 from ejolts.net/node/139

Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2009) How do we recognise, express, represent and develop talents in the production of gifts for the educational knowledge-base of education? Paper presented at BERA 2009 annual conference 2nd Sept 09

 

Huxtable, M. (2009) . How does engaging in living theory research help me to I improve my inclusive and inclusional praxis as a member of a Local Authority Children's Service?: Coming to know and improve what I am doing by walking my educational talk. Paper presented at BERA annual conference, University of Manchester 3rd Sept 09.

Huxtable, M. (2009) How do we contribute to an educational knowledge base? A response to Whitehead and a challenge to BERJ. Research Intelligence. 107 (pp.25-26)

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gifts, talents and education: a living theory approach

 

Hymer, B. Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2009)

Gifts, Talents and Education: A Living Theory Approach.

Chichester; Wiley-Blackwell

Click on cover to go to Amazon site for taste inside.

 

Huxtable, M, Hurford, R. and Mounter, J. (2009)

Creative and Philosophical Thinking in Primary Schools.

London; Optimus Education.

Click on the cover to go to Incentive Plus site which has details.

 

How can inclusive and inclusional understandings of gifts/talents be developed educationally? draft of chapter accepted for publication in a book edited by Diane Montgomery

Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M.(2009) How Can Inclusive and Inclusional Understandings of Gifts/Talents Be Developed Educationally. pp. 85-110. in D. Montgomery (Ed.) Able, Gifted and Talented Underachievers, Second Edition. Chichester; Wiley-Blackwell.

 Click on the cover to go to Wiley site which has details.

 

Huxtable, M. (2008) Living Theory and TASC: A multidimensional, inter and intra relational, flowing knot of enquiry. Paper accepted for Gifted Education International. Vol. 24 Issue 2/3. (I think  it is a step on from where I was 18 months ago when I wrote my educational enquiry where I first thought of a TASC knot rather than a wheel.)

Huxtable, M. (2008) Creating inclusive and inclusional understandings of gifts and talents through Living Educational Theory research. A chapter in

Routledge International Companion to Gifted Education edited by Balchin, T., Hymer, B. and Matthews, D. Abingdon; Routledge.

The book has 39 contributors, some of whom have some very inspiring and generative theory and practice to offer.  I would definitely recommend it.

Click on cover to go to Amazon site for taste inside.

 

 

Huxtable, M. (2008) How do I improve my educational practice as I support educators who are
developing inclusive and inclusional theory and practice of gifts and talents
whilst responding to national developments?
Presented at BERA national conference, 5th Sept 08, Heriot-Watt University. Pre-print URI http://www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/documents/174847.doc
Pre-print URI http://www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/documents/174847.pdf

 

Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2008) Teacher CPD; an opportunity for teachers to develop their talents and create, value and offer their educational gifts? Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the British Educational Research Association, 4th September 2008, Heriot-Watt University. Pre-print URI: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/documents/174847.doc
Pre-print URI: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/documents/174847.pdf

 

 

Whitehead, J. and Huxtable, M. (2008) The Catalytic Validity of the Living Educational Theories of Self-Study Researchers in Improving Practice and in Creating a New Epistemology of Educational Knowledge. Presented and in the conference proceedings of AERA S-STEP August 2008

 

(Whitehead, J. & Huxtable, M. (2008) The Catalytic Validity of the Living Educational Theories of Self-study Researchers in Improving Practice and in Creating a New Epistemology of Educational Knowledge, in Heston, M. L., Tidwell, D. L., East, K. K. & Fitzgerald, L. M., pp. 313-317. Proceedings of The Seventh International Conferenceon Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices on Pathways to Change in Teacher Education: Dialogue, Diversity and Self-Study. August 3 -7, 2008 Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England. Cedar Falls, Iowa: University of Northern Iowa.)

Huxtable, M. (2007) How do I know whether I am contributing to an educational world of quality, where children and young people develop the skills and understandings which enable them to live satisfying and productive lives? A paper presented at the BERA 2007 Annual Conference at the Institute of Education, London, 5th - 8th September, 2007. By the time I presented this paper I had just got to understand a possible answer. But I leave it as it was for the time being as it has provided the springboard for where I am going.

Huxtable, M. and Whitehead, J. (2007) How can inclusive and inclusional understandings of gifts/talents be developed educationally? - Presented at the The World Conference For Gifted and Talented Children on From Local Worlds Of Giftedness To Global, 5-10 August 2007, University of Warwick.

The next 3 papers can be found on Education-line which sounds a bit more official than my site should I ever want to reference them.

Jones C, Huxtable M (2006) How can we support educators to develop skills and understandings inclusionally? - Presented at BERA conference Warwick 2006

Huxtable M, Whitehead J (2006) Creating living standards of judgment for practice-based research in the professions through our question, How do i~we improve our educational practices? -  Presented at BERA conference Warwick 2006

Huxtable M (2006) Making public my embodied knowledge as an educational psychologist in the enquiry, How can (do) I improve my practice as a Senior Educational Psychologist? - Presented at BERA conference Warwick 2006

Whitehead J, Huxtable M (2006) How are we co-creating living standards of judgment in action-researching our professional practices? Presented at ALARM PAR conference Groenigen 2006 - multi media version. We also had to produce an abrieviated text version. See what you think - does it communicate as well? How are we co-creating living standards of judgement in action-researching our professional practices? 

Huxtable M (2006) How can I improve my practice through ‘walking the talk’ and ‘dealing with doorsteps’? Masters Educational Enquiry module

Huxtable M (2005) Everyone a Winner - Towards Exceptional Achievement of All , Gifted Education International Vol. 20, No. 1 p. 51-69

Huxtable M (2003) The Elasticated Learner: beyond curriculum learning opportunities in a local authority Gifted Education International Vol 17 No 2 p140

Huxtable M (1998)  Memorandum 26 Appendices to the minutes to Third Report of The House of Commons Education and Employment Select Committee on Highly Able Children 1999

Levey M, Tempest A, Knapman N (1986) 'Psychological and Advisory Services - Restructuring Service Delivery', School Psychology International, Vol 7, p237- 242

N Knapman, M Huxtable and A Tempest (1987) 'Redecorating Educational Psychology' ,
Educational Psychology in Practice, Vol 3 No. 3 Oct 87 p29-33

Tempest, Knapman and Huxtable (1987??) 'Support and Advisory Groups - a new initiative in service delivery', Educational and Child Psychology, Vol 4, no 2

Bryans T, Kidd A, Levey M (1985) The Kings Heath Project  in Parental Involvement in Children’s Reading Ed K. Topping, S. Wolfendale: Croom Helm

Levey M, Mallon F (1984) Support and Advisory Groups in Primary Schools, AEP Journal Vol 6 No 4 Summer 84 p25-29

 
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