Communities of Practice: Creating Learning Environments for Educators

Editors, Chris Kimble, Paul Hildreth and Isabelle Bourdon
Publisher, Information Age Publishing

As a two volume set:
Hard cover ISBN: 1593118678 , Soft cover ISBN: 159311866X

As separate volumes:
Hard Cover - Vol 1 ISBN: 1593118635 , Vol 2 ISBN: 1593118651
Soft Cover - Vol 1 ISBN: 1593118627 , Vol 2 ISBN: 1593118643


Margaret Herrington, University of Wolverhampton, UK


Margaret Herrington is a Visiting Professor in the School of Education at the University of Wolverhampton. She is an experienced adult literacy educator, manager, researcher and author based in the UK who has taken a leading role in the Research and Practice in Adult Literacy Network (RAPAL). Since the start of the 1990s she has worked in higher education: developing study support centres at the universities of Leicester and Nottingham; managing R and D projects in relation to dyslexia and disability in HE and in relation to practitioner research; contributing to teacher training programmes at the Institute of Education and the University of Wolverhampton, and undertaking her own research on dyslexia.


Volume 1, Chapter 10 - Space, Resistance and Identities: University Based Teacher-Educators developing a Community of Practice