Are We Over Statistics?

Statistics is happening – at #statistics + #college; with #exam + #stats; amid #pedagogy + #statistics – statistics is mingling with university students, embedding itself within education as late-night paper marathons, t-test tutoring, lengthy lectures, and, crucially, with questions of […]

Immanent Approaches and Liminal Encounters in Youth Work, Early Education, and Psychology

This post is co-authored by Hans Skott-Myhre, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, and Kathleen S. G. Skott-Myhre. It is an adapted text from the introduction to the new book Youth Work, Early Education, and Psychology: Liminal Encounters that has recently been published by […]