The potential of social media to bridge the UK skills gap: exploring organisations’ soft skills

The potential of social media to bridge the UK skills gap: exploring organisations’ soft skills In this context, the global spread of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns have resulted in schools being shut all around the world. It is estimated that 1.2 billion students have been impacted due to the measures taken by the affectedContinue reading “The potential of social media to bridge the UK skills gap: exploring organisations’ soft skills”

The Paradigm Wars: Is MMR Really a Solution?

Abstract Educational research has several competing views of the social sciences, and these are often referred to as paradigms. Hammersley (2013, p. 13) portrays paradigms as ‘not simply methodologies; they are ways of looking at the world, different assumptions about what the world is like and how we can understand or know about it’.  TheContinue reading “The Paradigm Wars: Is MMR Really a Solution?”