Comments are now available

I think I’ve figured out how to turn commenting on on all new posts.  (If you can see a comment field on this post it’s working.)  Feel free to leave a note, or write to us directly.  In order to avoid spam, we’re moderating all comments, so it may take a little while for your comment to appear — unless your comment is about how you make $5000 dollars a day surfing the internet, or need our bank account details to get money out of Nigeria, in which case we may delete it.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Getting close!



It looks like this long slog — we completed the book proposal almost four years ago — is close to completion.  We have finished the analysis, the writing, eliciting and commenting on commentaries, the artwork, copyright, revising the title (more times than I can count), the proof-reading, the video anonymisation, the index, the web-site — we’ve finally arrived at the marketing stage.  I’m pleased to present the following flyer, which includes a code for 20% discount.  Tell your friends, colleagues and librarians.  The book will follow soon!


About the ‘continuing the conversation’ page

In this section we invite readers to add their voices to the conversation about the epidodes, dialogic pedagogy classroom practice, and teacher learning. Let us and others know what you think. Send us your comments and we will post them, along with our thoughts, once a week.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Adam and Julia