Category Archives: Andrew Luxton-Reilly

Chocolate flavoured CS Education Research

With Easter just around the corner and two young kids at home, my mind has inevitably turned to chocolate. And chocolate, inevitably, reminds me of how hard it can be to conduct education research. A few years back, I submitted … Continue reading

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Obtaining Ethics Approval For Research

Like most education researchers, I have had bad experiences trying to obtain Ethics approval for proposed research projects.  I’ve had a number of applications approved with only minor changes, some with major changes and a couple rejected entirely.  I’ve complained … Continue reading

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An Introduction: Andrew Luxton-Reilly

Hi.  Or perhaps, as is more common among us Antipodeans, Gidday!  As with previous posts from Roger and Mark, I’m beginning with a brief introduction. My name is Andrew Luxton-Reilly (originally Andrew Luxton, but I changed my name when I married, … Continue reading

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