Cookies and Privacy

The University uses cookies on this website to provide the best experience possible including delivering personalised content on this website, other websites and social media. By continuing to use the site you agree to this, or your can go to our cookie policy to learn more and manage your settings.

Practitioner Education Research Group

The core research mission of PERG is to interrogate and challenge dominant ideologies, practices and discourses in the field of teacher education/teacher learning.

One of the key purposes of PERG is to enable the communities we work with to become research engaged, knowledge producing, self-transforming and sustainable. We experiment with both methodologies and the outputs/disseminations of research to challenge the orthodoxies of conventional research processes and practices in teacher education/learning. We are committed to collaborative approaches to research that blur traditional boundaries between researchers and the researched, our approach is most definitely research with rather than on - producing knowledge that seeks to foreground the challenges faced by education practitioners in a turbulent policy environment, and that seeks to position them and their interest as educators centrally.

Research projects

Here you'll find the full list of our research projects across all of our research areas.

View projects

Members and partners

Learn more about the academic team working in the centre.

View profiles