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Portrait methodology and educational leadership : putting the person first (2009)
Journal Article
Bottery, M., Wright, N., Ngai, S. K. G., & Wong, P. M. (2009). Portrait methodology and educational leadership : putting the person first. International studies in educational administration, 37(3), 82-96

This article describes a variant on a methodological approach which provides ways of developing educational leaders' understandings of themselves and their situation through the production of individually written 'portraits' which focus upon the indi... Read More about Portrait methodology and educational leadership : putting the person first.

The wicked and complex in education: developing a transdisciplinary perspective for policy formulation, implementation and professional practice (2009)
Journal Article
Bore, A., & Wright, N. (2009). The wicked and complex in education: developing a transdisciplinary perspective for policy formulation, implementation and professional practice. Journal of education for teaching : JET, 35(3), 241-256. https://doi.org/10.1080/02607470903091286

The concept of 'wicked issues', originally developed in the field of urban planning, has been taken up by design educators, architects and public health academics where the means for handling 'wicked issues' has been developed through 'reflective pra... Read More about The wicked and complex in education: developing a transdisciplinary perspective for policy formulation, implementation and professional practice.