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2015On the two cultures of educational research, and how we might move ahead: Reconsidering the ontology, axiology and praxeology of educationBiesta, G
2015Response: So much for cosmopolitanism? Refugees, asylum and world politicsBiesta, G
2016Reconciling ourselves to reality: Arendt, education and the challenge of being at home in the worldBiesta, G
2015Resisting the seduction of the global education measurement industry: Notes on the social psychology of PISABiesta, G
2016Who’s afraid of teaching? Heidegger and the question of education (‘Bildung’/‘Erziehung’)Biesta, G
2016Western science and indigenous wisdom: Toys at the touch pointKanhadilok, P; Zwozdiak-Myers, P; Watts, D
2016Family science and intergenerational learningZwozdiak-Myers, P; Watts, DM; Kanhadilok, P
2014Explorations in knowing: thinking psychosocially about legitimacyChappell, A; Ernest, P; Ludhra, G; Mendick, H
2015Improving education through research? From effectiveness, causality and technology, to purpose, complexity and cultureBiesta, G
2015Academic growth and scholarship of teaching and learning: The impact of research.Watts, DM; Pedrosa-de-Jesus, H; Moreira, A; da Silva Lopes, B; Guerra, C, et al
2015A study of academic development in universities through innovative approaches in teaching, assessment and feedbackWatts, DM; Pedrosa-de-Jesus, H; Moreira, A; da Silva Lopes, B; Guerra, C, et al
2015How does a competent teacher become a good teacher? On judgement, wisdom and virtuosity in teaching and teacher education.Biesta, G; Heilbronn, R; Foreman-Peck, L
2015Deconstructing ‘good practice’ teaching videos: An analysis of pre-service teachers’ reflectionsIneson, EG; Voutsina, C; Barber, P; Fielding, H; Rowland, T
2015Taxonomies of learningEssex, J; Byers, W; Maciejowska
2013Striving against invalidity in qualitative research: Discussing a reflective frameworkPedrosa, MH; Lopes, B; Watts, DM; Evans, C; Kozhevnikov, M
2015Teaching, Teacher Education, and the Humanities: Reconsidering Education as a GeisteswissenschaftBiesta, G
2014Promoting academic development through situated critical reflectionWatts, DM; Guerra, C; Pedrosa-de-Jesus, H; Cunha, A; Almeida, A
2015Alternative futures and future alternatives for the philosophy of education: Introduction to the symposiumBiesta, G; Peters, M
2013Girls and science education in Mauritius: A study of science class practices and their effects on girlsNaugah, J; Watts, DM
2015Institute and learner readiness for e-learning in the MaldivesThaufeega, F; Crowe, N; Watts, DM
2014The role of teacher’s written formative feedback on students’ critical thinkingPedrosa-de-Jesus, H; Guerra, C; Moreira, A; Watts, DM
2015Science lives: School choices and ‘natural tendencies’Salehjee, S; Watts, DM
2015Formative interventions and practice-development: A methodological perspective on teacher roundsEllis, V; Gower, C; Frederick, K; Childs, A
2014Reflections on the implementation of the Gifted and Talented policy in England, 1999–2011Brady, M; Koshy, V
2015Teacher education for inclusive practice – Responding to policyEssex, J; Alexiadou, N
2014Pragmatising the curriculum: Bringing knowledge back into the curriculum conversation, but via pragmatismBiesta, G
2014Is philosophy of education a historical mistake? Connecting philosophy and education differentlyBiesta, G
2015Absolute differential positronium-formation cross sectionsShipman, M; Armitage, S; Beale, J; Brawley, SJ; Fayer, SE, et al
2008Promoting widening participation and higher education: Lessons from a four year intervention programmePinheiro-Torres, C; Portman-Smith, C
2015Education, measurement, and the professions: Reclaiming a space for democratic professionality in educationBiesta, G
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