|only connect - WELCOME|
A summary of the findings of the project can now be found in the Progress section of this site.
The completed dissertation plus various supporting files can be downloaded from the Dissertation section of this site.
What's it all about?
|This site has been built for two main purposes. First
and foremost it's an area for me to work in and organise the findings of the
Only Connect project. Second, it's a way of making those findings and thoughts
available to a wider audience in the hope that they will be useful to some and
that others will contribute their own thoughts.
Note that this is necessarily a site continually under development. Anyone who wishes to visit often to follow the progress of the project should make sure they have cookies active on their browser - that way you will get some indication as to whether or not a page you visit has been changed.
|This symbol is used to indicate a
point, issue or comment raising a question that cannot be explored further in
Only Connect. It would form a starting point for further research or indicates
an area that should be seriously considered by any LEA embarking on a project
similar to Only Connect.
This symbol indicates some form of model, theory or idea that I have formed in the process of the project. It forms an end-point to that line of enquiry - i.e. it is not possible to test this idea further within Only Connect so, again, it could form a starting point for further enquiry or be used as part of the initial construction of an actual roll-out of a wider system. However, I take absolutely responsibility if it all goes horribly wrong.
This symbol indicates an intervention within the Action Research cycle. It is a change to the way something was being done to try and improve the result and it should be matched by some suggestion of how the effect of this change might be evaluated, but it might not be.
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