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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 50 of 213
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2016Guiding Readers - Layers of Meaning A Handbook for Teaching Reading Comprehension to 7-11-Year-OldsTennent, W; Reedy, D; Gamble, N; Hobsbaum, A
2014Understanding Reading Comprehension Processes and PracticesTennent, W
2018How trainee physical education teachers in England write, use and evaluate lesson plansCapel, S; Bassett, S; Lawrence, J; Newton, A; Zwozdiak-Myers, P
2018Using concept mapping to learn about A level physics students’ understandings of particle physicsGourlay, H
2018Religious Education's Double HermeneuticAldridge, D
2018Successful Students: Exploring the factors that encourage and enable students from a widening participation background to stay the courseChappell, A; McHugh, E; Wainwright, E
2018Levensbeschouwelijke vorming en de pedagogische opdracht van de school: Over levensbeschouwelijke identiteit en religieuze volwassenheidBiesta, G
2018Housing Associations as institutional space: care and control in tenant welfare and training for workWainwright, E; Marandet, E
2018Human Rights and Sports Mega-Events: The Role of Moral Disengagement in SpectatorsSchofield, E; Rhind, DJA; Blair, R
2017The Delivers Debate-
2018Why the nature of educational research should remain contested: A statement from the new editors of the British Educational Research JournalBiesta, G; Filippakou, O; Wainwright, E
2018Parental Involvement - A Discretionary Presumption-
2017Teaching Children with Reading Difficulties in Different Language Systems-
2017Reading Difficulties in English and Japanese-
2017Learning to be Froebelian: student teachers’ life histories 1952–1965Hoskins, K
2017Is there a need for the re(dis)covery of teaching?Biesta, G
2017Tussen reflexiviteit en vrijheid: ‘Bildung’ en ‘Erziehung’ als twee paradigmas voor persoonsvorming in het onderwijs.Biesta, G
2016Mathematical talk: links with Subject Knowledge?Ineson, EG
2017What knowledge is necessary to encourage mathematical talk?Ineson, EG
2017Accuracy and consistency of letter formation in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder: an exploratory studyPrunty, M; Barnett, AL
2017P4C after Auschwitz: On immanence and transcendence in education.Biesta, G
2017Teaching and learning physics using technology: Making a case for the affective domainRamma, Y; Bholoa, A; Watts, M; Nadal, PS
2017Touching the soul? Exploring an alternative outlook for philosophical work with children and young peopleBiesta, G
2013Research and Trends on Science Teacher Education in EnglandGourlay, H; Dillon, J
2017Persoonsvorming of subjectificatie? Een poging tot verdere verhelderingBiesta, G
2017A paradigm shift in the teaching and learning of science using technology in Mauritius: Making a case for incorporating the affective domain.Ramma, Y; Bholoa, A; Watts, DM; Samy, M
2016Thinking differently about continuing professional development: teachers’ narratives of professional learningChappell, A
2017The body-space relations of research(ed) on bodies: the experiences of becoming participant researchersWainwright, E; Marandet, E; Rizvi, S
2016Insider research: it’s all about me?Chappell, A
2017Higher education after neoliberalism: Towards a new epistemic orderOurania, F
2017Learning about A level physics students’ understandings of particle physics using concept mappingGourlay, H
2017With Socrates on your heels and Descartes in your hand: On the notion of conflict in John Dewey’s democracy and educationPouwels, J; Biesta, G
2017Who is chemistry for?Essex, J
2016Online to on stage: towards a performative approach to interpreter educationBale, R
2016The old questions are the best: striving against invalidity in qualitative researchWatts, DM; Da Silva Lopes, B.; Pedrosa de Jesus, MH
2016Constructing identities: Female head teachers perceptions and experiences in the primary sectorJones, D
2016Talking about talk: reviewing oracy in English primary educationJones, D
2016Don’t be fooled by ignorant schoolmasters: On the role of the teacher in emancipatory educationBiesta, G
2016The use of CASE to bridge the transition between primary and secondary school in IrelandMcCormack, L
2016Democracia, ciudadanía y educación: de la socialización a la subjetivación.Biesta, G
2016Geographies of education: family, parenting and schoolsWainwright, E; Marandet, E
2016Education, parenting and family: the social geographies of family learningWainwright, E; Marandet, E
2016Actual texts, possible meanings: The uses of poetry and the subjunctification of experienceGreen, A; Ellis, V; Simecek, K
2016University teachers’ self-reflection on their academic growthPedrosa de Jesus, H; Guerra, C; Watts, M
2016Thinking philosophically about teachingBiesta, G; Stengel, BS
2016Religious education and the return of the teacherBiesta, G; Hannam, P
2016Talking about education: Exploring the significance of teachers talk for teacher agencyBiesta, G; Priestley, M; Robinson, S
2016Cities, citizenship and civic learning: Introduction to the special editionBiesta, G; Cowell, G
2016From mapreading to mapmaking: Civic learning as orientation, disorientation and reorientationCowell, G; Biesta, G
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 50 of 213