Theory and Practice: A Student’s Reflections on Their Learning on a Community Education Degree Programme
This article has been adapted from the notes of a presentation given by Thomas as part of an assessment for a 3rd year course on the BA in Community Education at the University of Edinburgh. In it Thomas identifies and explores a number of relevant key tensions in the field and discusses how his learning across the programme of study and his engagement with literature has helped him make sense of these tensions. It is a personal reflection on his professional development as a Community Educator, but it also makes some useful insights that the editorial board thought would be of interest to a wider audience.
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