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Phil Wood

After spending 10 years teaching in secondary schools in Lincolnshire, Phil Wood moved to take up the post of a very small cog in the vast machinery of the University of Leicester where he teaches on master’s programmes in International Education and leads a Postgraduate Certificate in Action Research. He is also an active researcher focusing on learning innovation and thinking about stuff.


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Publications by Phil Wood

Educational Research

Educational Research by Phil Wood and Joan Smith blends together…

There Is Another Way

Edited by Ian Gilbert with chapters by Mark Anderson, Lisa…

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Holiploigy – an initial outline

September 10 2016

As I stated in my last post, the idea sitting behind holiploigy (and hence its name) is the notion of the inherent complexity of the processes involved in helping students learn and become expert in their chosen fields of study. This involves a need to engage with, understand, apply and relate an ever larger body […]

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Navigating the complexity of education in universities – arguing for holiploigy

September 09 2016

Introduction In a number of previous posts I’ve tried to set out a loose framework for understanding how we might conceptualise the process of teaching, learning, etc in higher education. These posts were based on the idea that to argue for a discussion about ‘teaching and learning’ such as that in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning leads […]

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