Items where SHU Author is "Garland, Paul"
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FANG, Xi and GARLAND, Paul (2014). Teacher orientations to ELT curriculum reform: an ethnographic study in a Chinese secondary school. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 23 (2), 311-319.
GARLAND, Paul (2012). What can the work of Habermas offer educational researcher development programmes? Studies in Higher Education, 1-15.
GARLAND, Irene and GARLAND, Paul (2012). Performative Cultures: changing professional roles, responsibilities and relationships of teachers and teaching assistants. In: Performativity in UK Education: Ethnographic Cases of its Effects, Agency and Reconstructions. Stroud, E&E Publishing.
GARLAND, Paul and GARLAND, Irene (2012). A participative research for learning methodology on education doctoral training programmes. International Journal for Researcher Development, 3 (1), 7-25.
LARSON, A., GARLAND, P. and MCCAIG, C. (2009). How can the concepts of habitus and field help us to understand the engagement of educational workers in higher Education? In: European conference of education research, Vienna, 28-30 September 2009. (Submitted)
GARLAND, Paul (2008). Action theory in Habermas and educational practices. In: HUDSON, Brian and ZGAGA, Pavel, (eds.) Teacher Education Policy in Europe: a voice of Higher Education Institutions. Ljubljana, Teacher Education Policy in Europe Network, Umeå: University of Umeå, Faculty of Teacher Education, 209-224.