Bremner, sociology teacher at Brooke House College, was invited to Stanford
University in California to present her research to an international symposium
of world experts in their fields.
research, Ausra developed a great interest in Grounded theory which she used as
a guiding approach for her data collection and analysis. She is also a great
advocate of Layder's theory of social domains which she applied in order to
explain her research findings. Ausra took part in many national and
international conferences presenting her research at its different stages from
methodological approaches (Grounded theory, Use of Skype for data collection ,
Social theory in qualitative research) to presenting final research findings.
At the moment Ausra is working on publishing a book based on her research.
benefits of such expertise to our A Level and university foundation programme
students are numerous and just one of the many reasons why ‘sixth form’
teaching at the college is continuing to expand and gives increasing access for
our students to the top universities.