A Hub for Collaborative Research
Research at the Field Centre
Research at the Field Centre directly supports the charitable objects of Ruskin Mill Trust (RMT). It aims to improve our practice with students, evidence the benefits of our approach, and deepen staff understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of our Practical Skills Therapeutic Education(PSTE) method.
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Journal of Research and Practice
- Action research which is integral to the various dimensions of Ruskin Mill Trust’s method of Practical Skills Therapeutic Education (PSTE), particularly research connected to our staff practice of craft, biodynamic agriculture and therapeutic pedagogy.
- Research on any topic within the Goethean science paradigm.
- Research on Rudolf Steiner’s life, work and legacy.
- Research reports on work currently being carried out around the Trust.
- Research specifically on the outcomes and impact of Ruskin Mill Trust’s PSTE method that uses mainstream research methods will usually be referred to existing scholarly journals in the appropriate academic disciplines.
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Ruskin Mill Trust in partnership with Lillehammer University College is pleased to offer a new and innovative Masters programme: MA in Special Education: Practical Skills Transformative Learning
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