Remembering Professor Donald McIntyre

Sadly, on this day six years ago, we lost our friend and mentor Donald McIntyre. Those of us who were privileged to know him and to work with him still miss him keenly. But his work still inspires us and still challenges us in many ways. We will be returning to reflect on Donald’s work and questions he asked a decade ago about school-university partnerships which are still highly relevant! But for today we highlight 4 key texts Donald produced with colleagues: texts that are continuing to provoke teachers and researchers to reflect upon teaching and learning and inspire research!


Brown, S & McIntyre, D. (1993) Making Sense of Teaching. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Cooper, P & McIntyre, D. (1996) Effective Teaching and Learning – Teachers’ and Students’ Perspectives. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Arnot, M, McIntyre, D, Pedder, D & Reay, D. (2004) Consultation in the Classroom: Developing Dialogue about Teaching and Learning. Cambridge: Pearson.

Rudduck, J. & McIntyre, D. (2007) Improving Learning through Consulting Pupils. London: Routledge.

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One Response to Remembering Professor Donald McIntyre

  1. jemk1 says:

    It does not seem possible that 6 years have already passed. Whilst I was not fortunate enough to meet Professor McIntyre my efforts in research have been so influenced by his work. Not least of all it was 6 years ago that I began my Masters led by the fantastic team at Cambridge SUPER

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