The special edition of the Journal for Education on Teaching (JET) Volume 41 Issue 5 Translational Research and Knowledge Mobilisation in Teacher Education (autumn 2016) gives the theories behind the MESH approach to knowledge management.

The MESH ‘Marginal Gains’ knowledge management system has been developed by an international group of educators and is designed to be sustainable based on contributions from a wide range of educators to support improving the quality of teaching everywhere. Contact enquiries@meshguides.org for further information or to get involved.

Author Index A-Z – please cite guides using the following style

  • Hitchins, A.; Lewis, S.; Holmans, A.; Grover, A.;  Wakefield, T.; Cormier, K.; Rowley, K.; Macsweeney, M. (2018). Support for deaf children 0-5 years. BATOD Foundation; NDCS; AVUK; DELTA; DCAL.  Editor: Gill Weston .
  • Kuechel, T., Beaudry, J.  and Ritz-Swain, S. (2016) Visual Literacy MESHGuide.  Mirandanet & University of Southern Maine, USA.
  • Mclean Davies, L., Dulfer, N., Kriewaldt, J., Rice, S., Acquaro, D., Dulfer, N., Redman, C., Reid, C. and Angelico, T. (2016) Clinical Teaching in Education MESHGuide, University of Melbourne, Australia.