Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search

Learning from the sharp end in a Business School - A back-to-nature student fieldtrip (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Gaggiotti, H., Cicmil, S., Collins, K., Laurent, S., Bakare, A., Lockyer, J., & Akinbusoye, A. (2015, September). Learning from the sharp end in a Business School - A back-to-nature student fieldtrip. Presented at International Symposium: Learning from the sharp end – implications for sustainability in Higher Education

The aim of this paper/roundtable discussion is to expose and discuss our experience with an alternative pedagogic method of post-graduate (management) education: a field trip, which combines student-led, inquiry-based learning approach with a critica... Read More about Learning from the sharp end in a Business School - A back-to-nature student fieldtrip.

The found world: A learning adventure at Eden (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Collins, K., Gaggiotti, H., Cicmil, S., Laurent, S., Akinbusoye, A., Lockyer, J., & Bakare, A. (2015, September). The found world: A learning adventure at Eden. Presented at International Symposium: Learning from the sharp end – implications for sustainability in Higher Education

We wish to present a reflective account of a participatory action inquiry in which a cosmopolitan and professionally and educationally diverse group of students and staff explored, in collaboration with our hosts from the Eden Project Trust, the inno... Read More about The found world: A learning adventure at Eden.

Journeying and the experiential gaze in research (2012)
Presentation / Conference
French, R., Gaggiotti, H., & Simpson, P. (2012, July). Journeying and the experiential gaze in research. Paper presented at Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism

In this paper we consider the implications of the ideas of journeying and the experiential gaze for research practice. We do so by drawing first upon Plato’s analogy of the Cave as a mythical representation of the journey of the philosopher to see ul... Read More about Journeying and the experiential gaze in research.