Items where Division is "School of Education" and Year is 2005

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Anagnostopoulou, K and Haynes, M (2005) eLearning: a study guide. 2nd ed. Middlesex University, London.

Anagnostopoulou, K and Haynes, M (2005) eLearning: authoring and reviewing materials. Middlesex University, London.

Bizley, K (2005) GCSE physical education/games. Revision guide . Collins, London. ISBN 9780007190591

Davies, D, Towler, L, Howe, A and McMahon, K (2005) Science 5-11: a guide for teachers. David Fulton, London. ISBN 9781843123194

Haynes, M and Anagnostopoulou, K (2005) Managing online learning. Middlesex University, London.

Haynes, M and Anagnostopoulou, K (2005) eLearning: a tutor guide. 2nd ed. Middlesex University, London.

McInnes, K, Downie, A and Newman, T (2005) Parenting education: messages from research and practice. Barnardo’s, Barkingside. ISBN 9781904659228

Williams, J and McInnes, K (2005) Planning and using time in the Foundation Stage. David Fulton, London. ISBN 9781843122791

Book Chapter or Section

Barrington, R, Harries, T and Hamilton, C (2005) 'What do children see? A study of children's representations of numbers and operations.' In: Watson, A, Houssart, J and Roaf, C, eds. Supporting mathematical thinking. David Fulton, London, pp. 39-50. ISBN 1843123622

Coulby, D (2005) 'The knowledge economy: technology and characteristics.' In: Coulby, D and Zambeta, E, eds. World Yearbook of Education 2005: Globalization and Nationalism in Education. London: Routledge Falmer, pp. 23-36. ISBN 0-415-34858-7

Crawley, J, Wales, S, Adams, A and Cockburn, M (2005) 'Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs): engaging new learners in rural SMEs.' In: Hamilton, M and Wilson, A, eds. New ways of engaging new learners: lessons from round one of the practitioner-led research initiative. NRDC/Institute of Education, London, pp. 92-106. ISBN 1905188100

Davies, D, Fasciato, M, Rogers, M and Howe, A (2005) 'Supporting trainee primary teachers' understanding of teaching for creativity.' In: Benson, C, ed. Proceedings of fifth international primary design and technology conference: excellence through enjoyment. Centre for Research in Primary Technology at Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK, pp. 29-33.

Davies, D and Howe, A (2005) 'Science and play.' In: Moyles, J, ed. Excellence of play. 2nd ed. Open University/McGraw Hill, London, pp. 154-169. ISBN 335217575

Riddell, R (2005) 'Learning disadvantage and schools in challenging circumstances.' In: Clarke, P, ed. Improving schools in difficulty. Improving schools . Continuum, London, pp. 43-55. ISBN 9780826464736


Anderson, J (2005) 'Community service as learning.' New Directions for Higher Education (131). pp. 37-48.

Bhatti, G and McEachron, G (2005) 'Language support for immigrant children: a study of state schools in the UK and US.' Language, Culture and Curriculum, 18 (2). pp. 164-180. ISSN 0790-8318

Gibson, H (2005) 'What creativity isn't: the presumptions of instrumental and individual justifications for creativity in education.' British Journal of Educational Studies, 53 (2). pp. 148-167. ISSN 14678527

Levinson, M.P (2005) 'The role of play in the formation and maintenance of cultural identity: Gypsy children in home and school contexts.' Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 34 (5). pp. 499-532. ISSN 0891-2416

Levinson, M.P and Sparkes, A.C (2005) 'Gypsy children, space, and the school environment.' International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 18 (6). pp. 751-772. ISSN 0951-8398

Mortimore, T (2005) 'Dyslexia and learning style: a note of caution.' British Journal of Special Education, 32 (3). pp. 145-149. ISSN 1467-8578

Mortimore, T (2005) 'Widening opportunity for dyslexic learners - is learning style theory the answer?' Dyslexia Review, 16 (1). pp. 15-17.

Newman, E and Foster, V (2005) 'Just a knock back? Identity bruising on the route to becoming a male primary school teacher.' Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 11 (4). pp. 341-358. ISSN 1354-0602

Riddell, R (2005) 'Government policy, stratification and urban schools: a commentary on the Five Year Strategy for Children and Learners.' Journal of Education Policy, 20 (2). pp. 237-241. ISSN 1464-5106

Whitty, G, Halpin, D, Gewirtz, S, Dickson, M and Power, S (2005) 'The deployment of social capital theory in educational policy and provision: the case of Education Action Zones in England.' British Educational Research Journal, 31 (6). pp. 651-673. ISSN 0141-1926

Conference or Workshop Item

Crawley, J (2005) Transformation - what transformation? Teachers using learning technology in Post Compulsory Education (PCE). In: ALT-C Conference, 6-8 September 2005, University of Manchester.

Hay, P (2005) 5x5x5 = creativity. In: How old do you have to be to be an artist, 30th June 2005, Tate Modern.

McInnes, K (2005) Parent education: messages from research and practice. In: West Wiltshire District Council Session, 2004, Trowbridge, UK.

McInnes, K (2005) A sure start – what is the philosophy of children’s centres? In: TACTYC Conference. Birth to Eight Matters: Seeking Seamlessness – Continuity? Integration? Creativity?, 4 - 5 November 2005, Thistle Hotel, Cardiff, Wales.

McInnes, K and Boushel, M (2005) Cognitive development in young children – a holistic approach. In: Barnardo’s Education Conference, 24 June 2005, Edinburgh, UK.

Stakelum, M (2005) Some observations on research in music education in the primary school. In: 30th Annual ESAI Conference, 10 - 12 March 2005, University College Cork, Ireland.

Stakelum, M (2005) Untitled: a piece for thinking musicians and music educators. In: Teaching the Unteachable? The Role of Composition in Music Education, 29 January 2005, Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford, Ireland.

Commissioned Report

Curry, L, Wollweber, D, Hordern, J, Feeney, P, Clabburn, B, Storey, P, Jennings, K and Simpkin, B (2005) Suffolk NEET research report.


Bianchi, J and Cooke, C (2005) More than a body's work. The Arc, Stockton, 16 May - 29 July 2005. ISBN 0954748727


McInnes, K (2005) Vulnerable children: growing up with substance misuse. TACTYC Newsletter, Spring.

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