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Googling inclusive education: a critical visual analysis (2020)
Journal Article
Walton, E., & Dixon, K. (2020). Googling inclusive education: a critical visual analysis. Discourse, https://doi.org/10.1080/01596306.2020.1819203

Inclusive education is a global rights-based response to educational exclusion. It is communicated through a range of modalities, but analysis predominantly focuses on discourses constituted in written texts. Systematic research is needed to understa... Read More about Googling inclusive education: a critical visual analysis.

Self-policing or self-improving?: analysing peer reviews between schools in England through the lens of isomorphism (2020)
Book Chapter
Greany, T. (2020). Self-policing or self-improving?: analysing peer reviews between schools in England through the lens of isomorphism. In School peer review for educational improvement and accountability: Theory, practice and policy implications (71-94). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-48130-8_4

Peer reviews are not compulsory for schools in England, but they have become increasingly common in recent years. There is no single model for how peer reviews operate, but they generally involve staff from at least one other school in reviewing pra... Read More about Self-policing or self-improving?: analysing peer reviews between schools in England through the lens of isomorphism.

Evidence-Based Practice in Higher Education: Teacher Educators' Attitudes, Challenges, and Uses (2020)
Journal Article
Diery, A., Vogel, F., Knogler, M., & Seidel, T. (2020). Evidence-Based Practice in Higher Education: Teacher Educators' Attitudes, Challenges, and Uses. Frontiers in Education, 5, https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2020.00062

Teacher educators are encouraged to promote evidence-based practice in teaching and to use evidence for their own teaching. In the present study, teacher educators' attitudes, perceived challenges, and uses regarding evidence-based practice are descr... Read More about Evidence-Based Practice in Higher Education: Teacher Educators' Attitudes, Challenges, and Uses.

Fight the Power! Games, Thermostats, and the Energy Patriarchy (2020)
Journal Article
Horn, M., Davis, P., Banerjee, A., & Stevens, R. (2020). Fight the Power! Games, Thermostats, and the Energy Patriarchy. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 11(2), 118-129. https://doi.org/10.14434/ijdl.v11i2.26100

Confronting issues of global climate change will require creative approaches to energy consumption across a range of human activities. This design case looks at the evolution of a physical/digital hybrid board game that we created to encourage famili... Read More about Fight the Power! Games, Thermostats, and the Energy Patriarchy.

The doing of ethnographies of eating: writing, observing, and eating chip butties during ethnographic research in primary schools in England (2020)
Journal Article
Earl, L. (2020). The doing of ethnographies of eating: writing, observing, and eating chip butties during ethnographic research in primary schools in England. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1080/09518398.2020.1761476

This paper explores the experience of researching food in schools. Food is personal. It is an ingested symbol of culture, family, tradition, ethnicity... What does this mean as a researcher? How do we navigate food relationships? How is this relation... Read More about The doing of ethnographies of eating: writing, observing, and eating chip butties during ethnographic research in primary schools in England.

A Global Comparison of Initial Pharmacy Education Curricula: An Exploratory Study (2020)
Journal Article
Arakawa, N., Bruno, A., & Bates, I. (2020). A Global Comparison of Initial Pharmacy Education Curricula: An Exploratory Study. INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy, 11(1), https://doi.org/10.24926/iip.v11i1.2093

Background: Time-tabled curricular contents and syllabi reflect the actual delivery of the academic programme and one of key quality components in healthcare professional education. There is a need of global evidence base of Initial Pharmacy Educatio... Read More about A Global Comparison of Initial Pharmacy Education Curricula: An Exploratory Study.

An inheritance of exclusion: Roma education, genetics and the turn to biosocial solutions (2019)
Journal Article
Myers, M. (2020). An inheritance of exclusion: Roma education, genetics and the turn to biosocial solutions. Research in Education, 107(1), 55-71. https://doi.org/10.1177/0034523719880205

Since the 1990s an increasing body of genetic studies of Roma people has been conducted and used to understand their lives. This includes research on health issues such as genetic predispositions to obesity or high cholesterol levels and the migratio... Read More about An inheritance of exclusion: Roma education, genetics and the turn to biosocial solutions.

Approaches to scaling innovations across schools: an analysis of key theories and models (2019)
Book Chapter
Greany, T. (2019). Approaches to scaling innovations across schools: an analysis of key theories and models. In Encyclopaedia of Educational InnovationSpringer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-2262-4_68-1

The question of how to scale up successful innovations remains a key challenge for policy and practice in education (Hall, 2013). This article outlines three established ‘schools of thought’ around how to scale up successful innovations. The first... Read More about Approaches to scaling innovations across schools: an analysis of key theories and models.

Utilisation of an intervention to support students on the autism spectrum: examining teachers' responses to Finished! the On-task Toolkit (2019)
Journal Article
Costley, D., Macdonald, L., Trembath, D., Ashburner, J., Haas, K., & Keen, D. (2019). Utilisation of an intervention to support students on the autism spectrum: examining teachers' responses to Finished! the On-task Toolkit. Journal of International Special Needs Education, https://doi.org/10.9782/17-00019

A number of studies have demonstrated visual schedules and work systems to be effective in assisting students on the autism spectrum to stay on-task and work independently in special-education settings. However, evidence of effectiveness does not ens... Read More about Utilisation of an intervention to support students on the autism spectrum: examining teachers' responses to Finished! the On-task Toolkit.

Distributed leadership and the Malaysia Education Blueprint: from prescription to partial school-based enactment in a highly centralised context (2019)
Journal Article
Bush, T., & Ng Yoon Mooi, A. (2019). Distributed leadership and the Malaysia Education Blueprint: from prescription to partial school-based enactment in a highly centralised context. Journal of Educational Administration, 57(3), 279-295. https://doi.org/10.1108/JEA-11-2018-0206

Purpose The purpose of the paper is to present and discuss the findings from research on the relationship between leadership theory and policy reform in Malaysia. The research was conducted in two dissimilar Malaysian states. Research Design... Read More about Distributed leadership and the Malaysia Education Blueprint: from prescription to partial school-based enactment in a highly centralised context.

Performing PowerPoint lectures: examining the extent of slide-text integration into lecturers’ spoken expositions (2019)
Journal Article
Hallewell, M., & Crook, C. (2020). Performing PowerPoint lectures: examining the extent of slide-text integration into lecturers’ spoken expositions. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 44(4), 467-482. https://doi.org/10.1080/0309877X.2019.1579895

The PowerPoint assisted lecture (slide-lecture) is a common lecturing approach in Higher Education, in spite of much criticism of its use. Its popularity is facilitated by its affordances for multimodal instructional design, e.g. text with images and... Read More about Performing PowerPoint lectures: examining the extent of slide-text integration into lecturers’ spoken expositions.

Curriculum responsiveness and student employability: An institutional analysis (2019)
Book Chapter
Wedekind, V. (2019). Curriculum responsiveness and student employability: An institutional analysis. In Skills for the future: new research perspectives. , (79-90). Cape Town: HSRC Press

Education organisations are under constant pressure from policy-makers, political actors and the public to make their programmes responsive to the needs of the economy and society. In contexts of social change and where broader economic and societal... Read More about Curriculum responsiveness and student employability: An institutional analysis.

Changing play – writing, researching and learning in an early years arts project (2019)
Journal Article
Franks, A., & Thomson, P. (2019). Changing play – writing, researching and learning in an early years arts project. Ethnography and Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/17457823.2019.1579659

'Changing Play' is an ongoing project initiated by education curators from the Serpentine, a prestigious London art gallery, working with the Portman children's centre nursery. Viewed by curators as a collaboration between artist, children's centre s... Read More about Changing play – writing, researching and learning in an early years arts project.

Migrants in the labor market: implications for TVET (2019)
Book Chapter
Alla-Mensah, J., Fakoush, H., McGrath, S., & Wedekind, V. (2019). Migrants in the labor market: implications for TVET. In S. McGrath, M. Mulder, J. Papier, & R. Suart (Eds.), Handbook of vocational education and training: developments in the changing world of work (159-175). Cham: Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94532-3_114

Migration is increasingly being seen as a political challenge and, thus, a policy priority. Yet the integration of migrants into labor markets is a key element of the political contestations of migration. On the one hand, successful labor market inte... Read More about Migrants in the labor market: implications for TVET.

The social anatomy of 'collusion' (2019)
Journal Article
Crook, C., & Elizabeth, N. (2019). The social anatomy of 'collusion'. British Educational Research Journal, 45(2), 388-406. https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3504

This paper offers a conceptual analysis of collusion, the often overlooked relative of plagiarism in debates on academic integrity. Considered as an inherently social phenomenon, we present the results of a systematic effort to understand the anatomy... Read More about The social anatomy of 'collusion'.

The pedagogical logics of arts-rich schools: a Bourdieusian analysis (2019)
Journal Article
Thomson, P., Hall, C., Earl, L., & Geppert, C. (2019). The pedagogical logics of arts-rich schools: a Bourdieusian analysis. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 40(2), 239-253. https://doi.org/10.1080/01425692.2018.1554474

© 2018, © 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. The arts are under threat in English schools. But some schools and teachers work against the trend. To understand how they continue to offer rich arts experiences to students, we... Read More about The pedagogical logics of arts-rich schools: a Bourdieusian analysis.

Professional vision in fashion design: practices and views of teachers and learners (2018)
Journal Article
Caruso, V., Cattaneo, A., Gurtner, J., & Ainsworth, S. (2019). Professional vision in fashion design: practices and views of teachers and learners. Vocations and Learning, 12(1), 47–65. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12186-018-09216-7

Professional vision is a key skill in visually-oriented professions, but its relevance to vocational education and training has only drawn limited attention from researchers. When educating fashion designers, professional vision is vital because prec... Read More about Professional vision in fashion design: practices and views of teachers and learners.

Thinking about the school most of the time: studio as generative metaphor for critical reflection (2018)
Journal Article
Thomson, P. (2018). Thinking about the school most of the time: studio as generative metaphor for critical reflection. Journal of Educational Administration and History, doi:10.1080/00220620.2018.1536039

Busy leaders need time to reflect and renew. They need to consider the particularities of their school and the ways in which they can work with others in the school community to address pressing issues, as well as to make future plans. The metaphor o... Read More about Thinking about the school most of the time: studio as generative metaphor for critical reflection.

Subject choice as everyday accommodation/resistance: why students in England (still) choose the arts (2018)
Journal Article
Thomson, P., Hall, C., Earl, L., & Geppert, C. (2020). Subject choice as everyday accommodation/resistance: why students in England (still) choose the arts. Critical Studies in Education, 61(5), 545-560. https://doi.org/10.1080/17508487.2018.1525754

High school students are expected to make choices about which subjects they study. These choices are not completely open but steered by what is on offer, previous achievement and conversations with teachers, family and friends; choices are patterned... Read More about Subject choice as everyday accommodation/resistance: why students in England (still) choose the arts.

Measuring privatisation in education: methodological challenges and possibilities (2018)
Journal Article
Winchip, E., Stevenson, H., & Milner, A. (2019). Measuring privatisation in education: methodological challenges and possibilities. Educational Review, 71(1), 81-100. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131911.2019.1524197

© 2018, © 2018 Educational Review. As the Global Education Reform Movement (GERM) spreads, key questions that attempt to identify both the nature and the increasing scope and scale of this phenomenon become empirically significant. The concern of thi... Read More about Measuring privatisation in education: methodological challenges and possibilities.