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December 14, 2017

Link to the CTE Multi Author Blog content

Writing about web page https://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/cpemab/

The Multi Author Blog or MAB is designed to help students to engage with reflection and to improve their academic writing. Many teachers use blogs (and other forms of social media) to disseminate good practice and to engage with their peers. Content from the MAB can be used to supplement your e-Portfolio in Mahara and may increase employability as many employers require evidence that candidates actively participate in and engage with the wider teaching community.

With the increased focus on ‘teachers as researchers’ in the sector, many qualified teachers will be expected to publish the outcomes of any action research projects they undertake. The MAB is the first step on your journey towards publishing and enables you to experience publishing and reviewing in a friendly and supportive environment.


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