Items where SHU Author is "Maxwell, Bronwen"
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BOYLAN, Mark, COLDWELL, Michael, MAXWELL, Bronwen and JORDAN, Julie (2017). Rethinking models of professional learning as tools: a conceptual analysis to inform research and practice. Professional development in education. (In Press)
HOBSON, Andrew and MAXWELL, Bronwen (2016). Supporting and inhibiting the well-being of early career secondary school teachers: extending self-determination theory. British Educational Research Journal. (In Press)
MAXWELL, Bronwen, BURNETT, Cathy, REIDY, John, WILLIS, Benjamin and DEMACK, Sean (2015). Oracy curriculum, culture and assessment toolkit. Project Report. London, Education Endowment Foundation.
MAXWELL, Bronwen, GREANY, Toby, ASPINWALL, Kath, HANDSCOMB, Graham, SELEZNYOV, Sarah and SIMKINS, Timothy (2015). Approaches to research & development for ‘great pedagogy’ and ‘great CPD’ in teaching school alliances : teaching schools R&D network national themes project 2012-14. Project Report. London, Department for Education.
HOBSON, Andrew, MAXWELL, Bronwen, STEVENS, Anna, DOYLE, Kerry and MALDEREZ, Angi (2015). Mentoring and coaching for teachers in the further education and skills sector in England. Project Report. London, Gatsby Charitable Foundation.
DUCKWORTH, Vicky and MAXWELL, Bronwen (2015). Extending the mentor role in initial teacher education : embracing social justice. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, 4 (1), 4-20.
COLDWELL, Michael, GREGORY, Maxine, MAXWELL, Bronwen, RAMCHANDANI, Girish and TAYLOR, Peter (2015). The Impact of National College Grants Evaluation. Project Report. National College for Teaching and Leadership.
MAXWELL, Bronwen, CONNOLLY, Paul, DEMACK, Sean, O'HARE, Liam, STEVENS, Anna, CLAGUE, Lucy and STIELL, Bernadette (2014). Summer Active Reading Programme : evaluation report and executive summary. Project Report. London, UK, Education Endowment Foundation.
MAXWELL, Bronwen, CONNOLLY, Paul, DEMACK, Sean, O'HARE, Liam, STEVENS, Anna, CLAGUE, Lucy and STIELL, Bernadette (2014). TextNow Transition Programme : evaluation report and executive summary. Project Report. London, Education Endowment Foundation.
MAXWELL, Bronwen (2014). Improving workplace learning of lifelong learning sector trainee teachers in the UK. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 38 (3), 377-399.
MAXWELL, Bronwen and SIMKINS, Tim (2011). School strategies for the professional development and support of early career teachers. In: BERA Annual Conference 2011 - Early career teacher symposium (NQTQIS project), Institute of Education, London, 6 - 8 September 2011. (Unpublished)
COLDWELL, Michael, MAXWELL, Brownwen and MCCAIG, Colin (2010). Cultures of career development: senior leaders' and early career teachers' views of career. In: BERA Annual Conference September 2010, Unviersity of Warwick, September 2010. 1-20.
MAXWELL, Bronwen (2010). In-service Initial Teacher Education in the Learning and Skills Sector in England: Integrating Course and Workplace Learning. Vocations and Learning, 3 (3), 185-202.
MAXWELL, Bronwen (2010). Teacher knowledge and initial teacher education in the English learning and skills sector. Teaching Education, 21 (4), 335-348.
MAXWELL, Bronwen, SIMKINS, Tim and COLDWELL, Michael (2009). Possibilities of partnerships as sites for learning: Leadership development in English 14-19 consortia. In: BERA Annual Conference 2009, University of Manchester, 2 - 5 September 2009. (Unpublished)
SIMKINS, T. J., MAXWELL, B. and ASPINWALL, K. A. (2009). Developing the whole-school workforce in England: building cultures of engagement. Professional development in education, 35 (3), p. 433.
MAXWELL, Bronwen (2009). Becoming a teacher: conceptual and practice development in the learning and skills sector. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 14 (4), 459-478.
MAXWELL, Bronwen and FINLAYSON, Helen (2007). The positive impacts of interactive whiteboards on student learning outcomes in FE colleges, and the conditions under which outcomes can be maximised. In: BERA Annual Conference 2007, Institute of Education, London, 5th - 8th September, 2007. (Unpublished)