My current interests and publications lie mainly two areas: firstly in the study of research methodology and methods; and secondly in the area of practice and policy in post-graduate education, particularly at doctoral level. In this second area, I am currently looking at the impact of the professional doctorate on peopleï¿½s lives and professional practice. I am also writing in the area of educational publishing and how this has evolved, building on some of my earlier publications in this area.
Jonathan Osborne is the Shriram Family Professor of Science Education at Stanford University, USA. He started his career teaching physics in London schools before joining King's College London, UK in 1985 where he worked until 2008 before moving to Stanford.Justin Dillon is Professor of Science and Environmental Education and Head of the Science and Technology Education Group at King's College London, UK. He started his career teaching science in London schools before joining King's College London, UK in 1989. He is President of the European Science Education Research Association and an editor of the International Journal of Science Education. He is Editor of Becoming a Teacher 3e (Open University Press, 2007).