Our research suggests that certain dispositions and environmental dimensions can lead to successful educational and life transitions (Glazzard et al., 2020; Gordon et al., 2019; Jindal-Snape et al. 2020, 2021; Jindal-Snape & Cantali, 2019; Jindal-Snape & Foggie, 2008; Jindal-Snape et al., 2019; Jindal-Snape & Miller, 2008). These include certain beliefs and experiences about transitions, relationships, discourses and support systems available in that individual’s environment. They lead to the development of dynamic social-psychological-educational-cultural resources that the person has at their disposal when navigating transitions. I have synthesised them as XII pillars of successful Multiple and Multi-dimensional Transitions (MMT). Let’s remind ourselves first of what my MMT theory is.


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Jindal-Snape, D. 2022, 'The XII Pillars of Multiple and Multi-dimensional Transitions: Implications for COVID-19 related transitions', TCELT. Available at: https://discovery.dundee.ac.uk/en/publications/5a0a08e3-6a43-4020-b2b4-f8b37c9aa056

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