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ADNETT, N., MCCAIG, C., SLACK, K. and BOWERS-BROWN, T. (2011). Achieving "transparency, consistency and fairness" in English HE admissions: progress since Schwartz? Higher education quarterly, 65 (1), 12-33.
ALLEN, Rebecca, COLDRON, John and WEST, Anne (2012). The effect of changes in published secondary school admissions on pupil composition. Journal of Education Policy, 27 (3), 349-366.
ASHWORTH, P. D. (2004). Understanding as the transformation of what is already known. Teaching in higher education, 9 (2), 147-158.
ASHWORTH, Peter (2009). William James's “psychologist's fallacy” and contemporary human science research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 4 (4).
ASHWORTH, Peter (2006). Seeing oneself as a carer in the activity of caring: Attending to the lifeworld of a person with Alzheimer's disease. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 1 (4), 212-225.
ASHWORTH, Peter and GREASLEY, Kay (2009). The phenomenology of ‘approach to studying’: the idiographic turn. Studies in Higher Education, 34 (5), 561-576.
BARLEY, Ruth (2011). Why familiarise? Social Research Update (62), 1-4.
BATH, Caroline (2011). Conceptualising listening to young children as an ethic of care in early childhood education and care. Children and Society. (In Press)
BATH, Caroline (2009). Learning to belong: exploring young children's participation at the start of school. London, Routledge.
BATH, Caroline (2011). Participatory concepts of multidisciplinary/professional working on an Early Childhood Studies degree course in the UK. Early Years: an international journal of research and development, 31 (2), 181-192.
BATH, Caroline (2009). When does the action start and finish? Making the case for an ethnographic action research in educational research. Educational Action Research, 17 (2), 213-224.
BOYLAN, M. (2010). Ecologies of participation in school classrooms. Teaching and teacher education, 26 (1), 61-70.
BOYLAN, M. (2009). Engaging with issues of emotionality in mathematics teacher education for social justice. Journal of mathematics teacher education, 12 (6), 427-443.
BOYLAN, Mark (2010). 'It's getting me thinking and I'm an old cynic' : exploring the relational dynamics of mathematics teacher change. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 13 (5), 383-395.
BOYLAN, Mark (2010). ‘It’s getting me thinking and I’m an old cynic’: exploring the relational dynamics of mathematics teacher change. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 13 (5), 383-395.
BOYLAN, Mark, COLDWELL, Michael and SIMKINS, Timothy (2011). Complexity and leadership in teacher professional development : the case of the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics. In: British Educational Research Association Conference, London, IoE, 7th-10th September 2011. (Unpublished)
BOYLAN, Mark and POVEY, Hilary (2012). Moving off track: mathematics teacher education for all attainment teaching. In: JACOBSEN, Laura J, MISTELE, Jean and SRIRAMAN, Bharath, (eds.) Mathematics teacher education in the public interest : equity and social justice. International perspectives on mathematics education : cognition, equity and society . Information Age Publishing, 117-158.
BOYLAN, Mark and POVEY, Hilary (2009). Telling stories about mathematics. In: BLACK, Laura, MENDICK, Heather and SOLOMON, Yvette, (eds.) Mathematical relationships in education : identities and participation. Routledge research in education . Routledge, 47-57.
BOYLAN, Mark and SMITH, Peter (2012). Tutor roles in collaborative group work. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (1), 1-13.
BUFTON, S. (2006). Learning to play the game: mature, working-class students in higher education. In: JARY, D. and JONES, R., (eds.) Perspectives and practice in widening participation in the social sciences. University of Birmingham, C-SAP, 87-115.
BUFTON, S. (2004). Social class. In: TAYLOR, G. and SPENCER, S., (eds.) Social identities: multidisciplinary approaches. London, Routledge, 14-34.
BUFTON, S. (2003). The lifeworld of the university student: habitus and social class. Journal of phenomenological psychology, 34 (2), 207-234.
BURNETT, C. (2006). Constructions of professional knowledge among student and practising primary teachers: paradigmatic and narrative. Research papers in education, 21 (3), 315-333.
BURNETT, C. (2003). Learning to chat: tutor participation in synchronous online chat. Teaching in higher education, 8 (2), 247-261.
BURNETT, C., DICKINSON, P., MYERS, J. and MERCHANT, G. H. (2006). Digital connections transforming literacy in the primary school. Cambridge journal of education, 36 (1), 11-29.
BURNETT, C. and MYERS, J. (2002). "Beyond the frame": exploring children's literacy practices. Literacy, 36 (2), 56-62.
BURNETT, C. (2011). Medium for empowerment or a 'centre for everything': students’ experience of control in digital environments within a university context. Education and information technologies, 16 (3), 245-258.
BURNETT, C. (2009). Research into literacy and technology in primary classrooms: an exploration of understandings generated by recent studies. Journal of research in reading (special issue: New developments in literacy and technology), 32 (1), 22-37.
BURNETT, C. (2010). Technology and literacy in early childhood educational settings: a review of research. Journal of early childhood literacy, 10 (3), 247-270.
BURNETT, C. (2009). That’s more like they know me as a person": one primary pre-service teacher’s stories of her personal and ‘professional’ digital practices. Literacy (special edition: Literacy and identity), 43 (2), 65-74.
BURNETT, Catherine (2009). Personal digital literacies versus classroom literacies: investigating pre-service teachers' digital lives in and beyond the classroom. In: CARRINGTON, Victoria and ROBINSON, Muriel, (eds.) Digital literacies : social learning and classroom practices. Sage.
BURNETT, Catherine (2011). Pre-service teachers’ digital literacy practices : exploring contingency in identity and digital literacy in and out of educational contexts. Language and Education, 25 (5), 433-449.
BURNETT, Catherine (2011). Shifting and multiple spaces in classrooms : an argument for investigating learners’ boundary-making around digital networked texts. Journal of Literacy and Technology, 12 (3), 2-23.
BURNETT, Catherine (2011). Technology and literacy in early childhood educational settings : a review of research. In: PAHL, Kate and ROWSELL, Jennifer, (eds.) Early childhood literacy. Sage library of educational thought and practice, 4 . Sage.
BURNETT, Catherine (2011). The (im)materiality of educational space: interactions between material, connected and textual dimensions of networked technology use in schools. E-Learning and digital media, 8 (3), 214-227.
BURNETT, Catherine, DICKINSON, Paul, MCDONAGH, Jim, MERCHANT, Guy, MYERS, Julia and WILKINSON, Jeff (2003). From Recreation to Reflection: Digital conversations in Educational Contexts. L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 3 (1/2), 149-167.
BURNETT, Catherine, DICKINSON, Paul, MERCHANT, Guy and MYERS, Julia (2004). Digikids. Primary English Magazine, 9 (4), 16-20.
BURNETT, Catherine and MERCHANT, Guy (2011). Is there a space for critical literacy in the context of social media? English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 10 (1), 41-57.
BURNETT, Catherine and MERCHANT, Guy (2003). Y6 pupils have a weird experience. Primary English Magazine, 8 (4), 29-32.
BURNETT, Catherine, MERCHANT, Guy and MYERS, Julia (2007). English and ICT. In: CREMIN, T. and DOMBEY, H., (eds.) The handbook of primary English initial teacher education. Leicester/Sheffield, United Kingdom Literacy Association/National Association for the Teaching of English, 81-101.
BURNETT, Catherine and MYERS, Julia (2006). Observing children writing on screen : exploring the process of multi-modal composition. Language and literacy, 8 (2).
BURNETT, Catherine and MYERS, Julia (2004). Teaching English 3-11 : the essential guide. Reaching the standard . Continuum.
BURNETT, Catherine, MYERS, Julia and MERCHANT, Guy (2005). English and ICT. National Association for the Teaching of English.
BURNETT, Catherine and WILKINSON, Jeff (2005). Holy lemons : learning from children's uses of the Internet in out-of-school contexts. Literacy (formerly Reading), 39 (3), 158-165.
BURNETT, Cathy and MERCHANT, Guy (2014). Points of view : reconceptualising literacies through an exploration of adult and child interactions in a virtual world. Journal Of Research In Reading, 37 (1), 36-50.
CHATTERTON, J. and HRAMIAK, A. (2007). Bootcamp - funcamp: an evaluation of intensive, 3-day, on-line courses for school students, leading to the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL). In: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE), Austin, Texas, March 2007. 1780-1787.
CHECKLEY, Rebecca, HODGE, Nick, CHANTLER, Susan, REIDY, Lisa and HOLMES, Katie (2010). What children on the autism spectrum have to ‘say’ about using high-tech voice output communication aids (VOCAs) in an educational setting. Journal of Assistive Technologies, 4 (1), 25-37.
CHECKLEY, Rebecca, REIDY, Lisa, CHANTLER, Susan, HODGE, Nick and HOLMES , Katie (2012). “Black white zebra orange orange”: How children with autism make use of computer-based voice output communication aids in their language and communication at school. Journal of Assistive Technologies, 6 (4), 245-258.
CLOSE, Paul (2013). Dave, where are you? Coaching politically astute leaders. School leadership and management. (In Press)
CLOSE, Paul (2012). Developing multi-agency leadership in education. School Leadership and Management, 32 (2), 123-140.
CLOSE, Paul (2009). From transition to transformation : leading the management of change. In: MCKIMM, Judy and PHILLIPS, Kay, (eds.) Leadership and management in integrated services. Exeter, Learning Matters, 73-92.
CLOSE, Paul and RAYNOR, Adrian (2010). Five literatures of organisation : putting the context back into educational leadership. School Leadership and Management, 30 (3), 209-224.
CLOSE, Paul and WAINWRIGHT, Jonathan (2010). Who's in charge? Leadership and culture in extended service contexts. School Leadership and Management, 30 (5), 435-450.
COLDRON, J., CRIPPS, C. and SHIPTON, L. (2010). Why are English secondary schools socially segregated? Journal of education policy, 25 (1), 19-35.
COLDRON, J. H. (2007). Parents and the diversity of secondary education. Discussion Paper. London, Research and Information on State Education.
COLDRON, J. H., STEPHENSON, K., WILLIAMS, J., SHIPTON, L. and DEMACK, S. (2002). Admission appeal panels: research study into the operation of appeal panels' use of the code of practice and training for panel. Project Report. London, Department for Education and Skills.
COLDRON, J. H., WILLIS, B. and WOLSTENHOLME, C. (2009). Selection by attainment and aptitude in English secondary schools. British journal of educational studies, 57 (3), 245-264.
COLDRON, John, CRIPPS, Caroline and SHIPTON, Lucy (2010). What can be done to mitigate the persistent social segregation of secondary schools in England? In: Part of a Keynote Symposia, BERA, Warwick, September 2010.
COLDRON, J. (2010). Nelson Goodman’s general theory of symbols: can it help characterise some educational concerns? In: European conference of education research, Helsinki, 25-27 August 2010. 1-18. (Submitted)
COLDRON, J. (1982). A critical exposition of Nelson Goodman’s concept of metaphorical exemplification. Masters, University of Sheffield.
COLDRON, J. H., TANNER, E., FINCH, S., SHIPTON, L., WOLSTENHOLME, C., WILLIS, B., DEMACK, S. and STIELL, B. (2008). Secondary school admissions. Project Report. London, Department for Children, Schools and Families.
COLDRON, John (2012). Access, justice and education: : two characterisations of injustice in relation to schooling. In: Fourth Workshop “Matching in Practice”, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, 15 November 2012.
COLDRON, John (2013). Admissions to English primary and secondary schools. In: Matching in Practice Workshops, September 2013. (Submitted)
COLDRON, John (2011). Available educational identities: an exploration of kinds of pupils, parents and teachers constituted through classification in the educational field. In: European Conference of Educational Researchers, Berlin, 13-16 September 2011.
COLDRON, John (2011). Elective identity, social segregation and parental choice. In: BERA Conference at the Institute of Education, London, 6th-8th September 2011. (Unpublished)
COLDRON, John (2014). Uses and abuses of primary education: the relation of primary to secondary schooling in England between 1870 and 2014. In: BERA Annual Conference September 2014, London, 24-26 September 2014.
COLDRON, John (2014). The positions of primary and secondary schools in the English school field: A case of durable inequality. In: ECER Conference, Porto Portugal, 1 - 5 September 2015.
COLDRON, John, CRAWFORD, Megan, JONES, Steve and SIMKINS, Timothy (2014). The restructuring of schooling in England: the responses of well-positioned Headteachers. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 42 (3), 387-403.
COLDRON, John, CRIPPS, Caroline, SHIPTON, Lucy and STIELL, Bernadette (2009). Fair school admissions: What is the contribution of the Choice Advice initiative. In: British Education Research Conference, Manchester , September 2009. 1-28.
COLDWELL, M. R., COLDRON, J. H. and SMITH, R. (2008). Active social location in schools: professional development for the whole school workforce? In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 4 September 2008.
COLDWELL, M. R., GORNALL, L., HOLLAND, M. R., TRICKEY, D. S., WILLIS, B. and WOLSTENHOLME, C. E. (2006). Developing enterprise culture in a northern educational authority in the UK: involving trainee teachers in learning-orientated evaluation. In: European Conference on Educational Research, Geneva, 2006.
COLDWELL, M. R. and HOLLAND, M. R. (2001). Pupil, Teacher and Parent views on secondary education in an economically deprived former coal mining town in the UK. In: American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, Seattle, April 10-14, 2001.
COLDWELL, M. R., TRICKEY, S., HOLLAND, M. R. and SMITH, P. (2005). Bridging the gap? The role of transition advisers in the move from compulsory education. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, 14 -17 September 2005.
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.
COLDWELL, Mike and SIMKINS, Tim (2011). Level models of continuing professional development evaluation: a grounded review and critique. Professional development in education, 37 (1), 143-157.
COTTON, T. and HARDY, T. (2004). Problematising culture and discourse for mathematics education research: defining the issues; tools for research. In: ZEVENBERGEN, R. and VALERO, P., (eds.) Researching the socio-political dimensions of mathematics education. Issues of power in theory and methodology. Netherlands, Kluwer, 85-103.
DAVIES, J. and MERCHANT, G. H. (2007). Looking from the inside out: academic blogging as new literacy. In: LANKSHEAR, C. and KNOBEL, M., (eds.) A new literacies sampler. New York, Peter Lang, 167-197.
DAVIES, J and MERCHANT, Guy (2010). Negotiating the Blogosphere: narratives of the self onscreen. In: CARRINGTON, Victoria and ROBINSON, Muriel, (eds.) Digital literacies : social learning and classroom practices. London, Sage.
DAVIES, Julia and MERCHANT, Guy (2009). Web 2.0 for schools : learning and social participation. New York ; Oxford, Peter Lang.
DOWSON, P and MERCHANT, Guy (2011). Scholastic writing guides: Adventure stories 7-9 years. Leamingston Spa, Scholastic.
DUJARDIN, Anne-Florence (2011). Screencasting for feedback. Project Report. University of Chester, Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (MELSIG) funded by the HEA . (Submitted)
DUJARDIN, Florence (2012). Educators’ digital literacies: the role of pedagogical design in innovation. In: LINQ 2012 - European conference on Learning Innovations and Quality, Brussels, Belgium.
EVANS, A., HAWKSLEY, F., HOLLAND, M. R. and CAILLAU, I. (2008). Improving subject knowledge and subject pedagogic knowledge in employment based secondary initial teacher training in England. In: Annual Conference of the Association of Teacher Education in Europe, Brussels, 23-27 August 2008.
EVANS, A., HAWKSLEY, F., HOLLAND, M. R., WOLSTENHOLME, C. E. and WILLIS, B. (2007). The role of the initial teacher training co-ordinator: secondary headteachers' and ITT co-ordinators' perspectives. In: Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Education in Europe, University of Wolverhampton, August 25-29 2007.
EVANS, A., HOLLAND, M. R., HAWKSLEY, F. and DAWSON, D. (2009). Secondary teachers' perceptions of the effectiveness of their pre-service education and strategies to improve pre-service education for teachers: A school based training route in England. In: ATEE Conference 2009, Universitat de les Illes Balears, Mallorca, August 29th to September 2nd 2009. 1-34.
EVANS, A., HOLLAND, M. R., WOLSTENHOLME, C. E., WILLIS, B. and HAWKSLEY, F. (2006). The role of the Initial Teacher Training Coordinator in the school based element of partnership: to what extent does the Co-ordinator undertake supervision of aspects of quality assurance? In: Co-operative Partnerships in Teacher Education: proceedings of the 31st Annual ATEE Conference, Portorož, Slovenia, 21-25 October 2006. Ljubljana, National School for Leadership in Education.
FILDES, Keith E. (2014). Establishing a baseline as the first step to evaluating impact. In: BROMLEY, Tony, (ed.) The impact of researcher development. Vitae Occasional Papers (1). Careers Research and Advisory Centre (CRAC) Limited, 3-8.
FORMBY, E., HIRST, J. and OWEN, J. (2010). Pathways to adulthood: reflections from three generations of young mothers and fathers. In: DUNCAN, S., EDWARDS, R. and ALEXANDER, C., (eds.) Teenage parenthood: what’s the problem? London, Tufnell Press, 85-111.
FORMBY, E., HIRST, J., OWEN, J., HAYTER, M. and STAPLETON, H. (2010). 'Selling it as a holistic health provision and not just about condoms ?' Sexual health services in school settings: current models and their relationship with sex and relationships education policy and provision. Sex education, 10 (4), 423-435.
FORMBY, E., HIRST, J. and WILLIS, B. (2009). Socialising and sexual health: an evaluation of the needs of gay, bisexual men and men who have sex with men (MSM) in Sheffield. Project Report. Sheffield, Centre for HIV and Sexual Health.
FORMBY, Eleanor (2012). Connected lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans communities? A scoping study to explore understandings and experiences of ‘community’ among LGBT people. Discussion Paper. Swindon, Arts and Humanities Research Council.
FORMBY, Eleanor (2011). ‘It’s better to learn about your health and things that are going to happen to you than learning things that you just do at school’: findings from a mapping study of PSHE education in primary schools in England. Pastoral Care in Education, 29 (3), 161-173.
FORMBY, Eleanor (2011). Lesbian and bisexual women's human rights, sexual rights and sexual citizenship: negotiating sexual health in England. Culture, health and sexuality, 13 (10), 1165-79.
FORMBY, Eleanor (2011). Sex and relationships education, sexual health, and lesbian, gay and bisexual sexual cultures: Views from young people. Sex Education: sexuality, society and learning, 11 (3), 255-266.
FORMBY, Eleanor (2012). Solidarity but not similarity? LGBT communities in the twenty-first century. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.
FORMBY, Eleanor (2013). Understanding and responding to homophobia and bullying: contrasting staff and young people’s views within community settings in England. Sexuality Research and Social Policy. (In Press)
FORMBY, Eleanor, COLDWELL, Michael, STIELL, Bernadette, DEMACK, Sean, STEVENS, Anna, SHIPTON, Lucy, WOLSTENHOLME, Claire and WILLIS, Benjamin (2011). Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education: A mapping study of the prevalent models of delivery and their effectiveness. Other. London, Department for Education.
FORMBY, Eleanor and WILLIS, Benjamin (2011). Tackling homophobia and transphobia in settings supporting young people: What are the barriers and facilitators? Findings from a South Yorkshire study. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.
FORMBY, Eleanor and WOLSTENHOLME, Claire (2012). If there’s going to be a subject that you don’t have to do …’ Findings from a mapping study of PSHE education in English secondary schools. Pastoral care in education: an international journal of personal, social and emotional development, 30 (1), 5-18.
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 (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.
GARLAND, Paul (2012). What can the work of Habermas offer educational researcher development programmes? Studies in Higher Education, 1-15.
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.
GERRISH, K., MCMANUS, M. and ASHWORTH, P. D. (2003). Creating what sort of professional? Master's level education as a professionalising strategy. Nursing inquiry, 10 (2), 103-112.
GERRISH, Kate, ASHWORTH, Peter, LACEY, Anne and BAILEY, Jeff (2008). Developing evidence-based practice: experiences of senior and junior clinical nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 62 (1), 62-73.
GILLEN, Julia and MERCHANT, Guy (2013). Contact calls: Twitter as a dialogic social and linguistic practice. Language Sciences, 35, 47-58.
GREASLEY, K. and ASHWORTH, P. D. (2007). The phenomenology of 'approach to studying': the university student's studies within the lifeworld. British educational research journal, 33 (6), 819-843.
GUERRA-RAMOS, Maria Teresa, RYDER, Jim and LEACH, John (2010). Ideas about the nature of science in pedagogically relevant contexts: insights from a situated perspective of primary teachers' knowledge. Science Education, 94 (2), 282-307.
HARDY, T. (2007). Participation and performance: keys to confident learning in mathematics? Research in mathematics education, 9, 21-32.
HARDY, T. (2004). "There's no hiding place": using Foucault's notion of normalisation at work in a mathematics lesson. In: WALSHAW, M., (ed.) Mathematics Education within the Postmodern. Greenwich, Information Age Publishing, 103-119.
HARDY, T. and HANLEY, U. (2003). A re-examination of reflective practice as a viable frame for mathematics teacher education: is it sustainable? In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, September 11-13 2003.
HART, Caroline (2012). Aspirations, education and social justice: applying Sen and Bourdieu. Bloomsbury, 65-78.
HART, Caroline (2009). Quo Vadis? The Capability Space and New Directions for the Philosophy of Educational Research. Studies in Philosophy and Education,, 28 (5), 391-402.
HART, Caroline (2011). Thinking, doing, feeling: capabilities in relation to decision-making and transitions beyond school in the UK. In: 2011 Children’s Capabilities and Human Development Conference, University of Cambridge, 11-12 April 2011.
HART, Caroline (2008). What Can Young People Tell Us About Promoting Equality and Inclusion Through Widening participation in Higher Education in England? In: Human Development and Capability Association, New Delhi, India , 10-13 September 2008.
HAWLEY-HAGUE, H., HORNE, M., CAMPBELL, M., DEMACK, Sean, SKELTON, D. A. and TODD, C. (2014). Multiple levels of influence on older adults' attendance and adherence to community exercise classes. The Gerontologist, 54 (4), 599-610.
HIRST, J. (2005). Sexuality. In: TAYLOR, G. and SPENCER, S., (eds.) Social identities: multidisciplinary approaches. London, Routledge, 64-90.
HIRST, J., FORMBY, E., PARR, S., NIXON, J., HUNTER, C. and FLINT, J. F (2007). An evaluation of two initiatives to reward young people. Project Report. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
HIRST, J. (2008). Developing sexual competence? Exploring strategies for the provision of effective sexualities and relationships education. Sex education, 8 (4), 399-413.
HIRST, J. (2004). Researching young people's sexuality and learning about sex: experience, need, and sex and relationship education. Culture, health and sexuality, 6 (2), 115-129.
HIRST, J., FORMBY, E. and OWEN, J. (2006). Pathways into parenthood: reflections from three generations of teenage mothers and fathers. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.
HIRST, Julia (2012). Get some rhythm round the clitoris’: addressing sexual pleasure in sexuality education in schools and other youth settings. In: Sexual Pleasure in Sexuality Education. New York, Routledge. (Submitted)
HOBSON, Andrew (2013). I have to give the impression I know what I’m talking about’: how teacher fabrication impedes professional learning and development, and external mentoring offers an antidote. Oxford Review of Education. (In Press)
HOBSON, Andrew (2009). On being bottom of the pecking order: beginner teachers’ perceptions and experiences of support. Teacher Development, 13 (4), 299-320.
HOBSON, Andrew (2013). Teacher fabrication as an impediment to professional learning and development: the external mentor antidote. Oxford Review of Education, 39 (3), 345-365.
HOBSON, Andrew and ASHBY, Patricia (2012). Reality aftershock and how to avert it: second-year teachers’ experiences of support for their professional development. Cambridge Journal of Education, 42 (2), 177-196.
HOBSON, Andrew, GIANNAKAKI, Marina-Stefania and CHAMBERS, Gary N. (2009). Who withdraws from initial teacher preparation programmes and why? Educational Research, 51 (3), 321-340.
HOBSON, Andrew and MALDEREZ, Angi (2013). Judgementoring and other threats to realizing the potential of school-based mentoring in teacher education. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, 2 (2), 89-108.
HOBSON, Andrew, MALDEREZ, Angi, TRACEY, Louise, GIANNAKAKI, Marina, PELL, Godfrey and TOMLINSON, Peter. D (2008). Student teachers’ experiences of initial teacher preparation in England: core themes and variation. Research Papers in Education, 23 (4), 407-433.
HODGE, Nick (2012). Counselling people labelled with asperger syndrome. In: FELTHAM, Colin and HORTON, Ian, (eds.) The SAGE handbook of counselling and psychotherapy. London, SAGE, 554-558.
HODGE, Nick (2013). Counselling, autism and the problem of empathy. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 41 (2), 105-116.
HODGE, Nick (2008). Evaluating Lifeworld as an emancipatory methodology. Disability & Society, 23 (1), 29-40.
HODGE, Nick (2005). Reflections on diagnosing autism spectrum disorders. Disability and Society, 20 (3), 345-349.
HODGE, Nick (2014). Unruly bodies at conference. Disability and Society, 29 (4), 655-658.
HODGE, Nick and CHANTLER, Susan (2010). It’s not what you do; it’s the way that you question: that’s what gets results. Support For Learning, 25 (1), 11-14.
HODGE, Nick and RUNSWICK-COLE, Katherine (2008). Problematising parent–professional partnerships in education. Disability & Society, 23 (6), 637-647.
HODGE, Nick and RUNSWICK-COLE, Katherine (2013). 'They never pass me the ball’: exposing ableism through the leisure experiences of disabled children, young people and their families. Children's Geographies, 11 (3), 311-325.
HOLLAND, M. R., BOYLAN, M. and LOWE, G. (2005). The development of the professional values and practice standard in the secondary graduate initial teacher training route in England. In: Teachers and Their Educators: Standards and Development: 30th Annual Conference of the Association of Teacher Educators in Europe, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 22-26 October.
HOLLAND, M. R., CHATTERTON, J., FINLAYSON, H. and CAILLAU, I. (2005). Implementation of a major e-learning strategy in secondary schools in South Yorkshire. In: Annual Meeting of the European Educational Research Association, University College, Dublin, September 2005.
HOLLAND, M. R., COLDWELL, M. R. and CLOSE, P. (2002). Transitions and progress: teachers' views of progress in attainment of pupils age 5-10. In: Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, 1-5 April 2002.
HOLLAND, M. R., COLDWELL, M. R., TRICKEY, S. and MORGAN, B. (2007). The development of the secondary vocational curriculum in a northern local authority in England. In: European Conference on Educational Research, University of Ghent, Belgium, 19-22 September 2007.
HOLLAND, M. R., COLDWELL, M. R., TRICKEY, S., RYBINKSI, D., JONES, H., MORGAN, B. and BYFORD, H. (2003). Pathways to "opportunity and excellence": collaborative curriculum innovation in South Yorkshire. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 2003.
HOLLAND, M. R., COLDWELL, M. R., TRICKEY, S. and RYBINSKI, D. (2003). New Pathways: evaluating the implementation of a major work- related programme in Northern England. In: Annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, 21 - 25 April 2003.
HOLLAND, M. R. and STEPHENSON, K. J. (2000). Does the keeping of a professional development profile lead to an enhanced self awareness in newly qualified secondary teachers? A study conducted in a large UK University. In: American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, April 24-28, 2000.
HOLLAND, Mike, EVANS, Angela and HAWKSLEY, Fiona (2011). International perspectives on the theory - practice divide in secondary initial teacher education. In: Association of Teacher Educators in Europe, Latvia, August 2011. (Unpublished)
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