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Acknowledgements and Contributions

A special thanks also goes to the following:

  • Maria Cockerill, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Evidence & Social Innovation, Queen’s University Belfast for permission to use footage from the North Tyneside project. Thank you also for joining on us on the course and sharing all your knowledge!

  • Staff and children from Castle Gardens Primary School, Newtownards, Northern Ireland, who allowed us to film them using the peer reading technique.

  • Graeme Baird (Whitehead Primary) and Aimee Haugh (Donegall Road Primary) for providing permission to use footage that was previously filmed by CCEA. Thank you Róisín McCreesh for helping to organise this.

  • Beatrix Daniel, our very diligent FutureLearn Partnership Manager.

  • Our mentors, thank you for your interest and engagement with our learners.

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