Items where Division is "Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education (for research post September 2011)" and Year is 2009

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Arnold, Lydia and Williams, Tim and Thompson, Kevin (2009) Advancing the patchwork text: the development of patchwork media approaches. International Journal of Learning, 16 (5). pp. 151-166. ISSN 1447-9494

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Bash, Leslie (2009) Education, jobs and vocational training. In: International Handbook of Comparative Education. Springer. ISBN 9781402064029

Bash, Leslie (2009) Engaging with cross-cultural communication barriers in globalized higher education: the case of research-degree students. Intercultural Education, 20 (5). pp. 475-483. ISSN 1467-5986

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Cook, Peter (2009) The Olympians: neglect and imagination in late-Victorian and Edwardian literature. In: Acts of Reading: Teachers, Text and Childhood. Trentham Books. ISBN 9781858564388

Cook, Peter (2009) Scholarship and integrity: Matthew Arnold’s “The Scholar-Gipsy” and Anita Desai’s “Scholar and Gypsy”. Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics, 29. pp. 1-20. ISSN 1110-8673

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Gilbert, Jenny (2009) Foundation degrees: the tripartite relationship between higher education, further education and employers. In: Management, Accountancy & Finance (BMAF) Annual Conference, 28-29 April 2009, Cardiff.

Gilbert, Jenny (2009) Virtual learning space or new cathedral: the impact of technology adoption on space utilisation. In: Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Conference 2009: Challenging Higher Education: knowledge, policy and practice, 8-10 December 2009, Newport. (Draft)

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Knight, Sara A. (2009) Can Forest School act as a spur to better quality outdoor experiences? Reflections on Early Years Issues.

Knight, Sara A. (2009) Forest Schools and outdoor learning in the early years. Sage. ISBN 9781847872760

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Luff, Paulette and Pryor, Rachel (2009) Enhancing learning? Exploring the use of assessment methods as pedagogical tools to promote effective learning and teaching in early childhood studies. PRIME: Pedagogical Research In Maximising Education, 3 (2). pp. 79-88. ISSN 1744-2494

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Maguire, Meg and Pratt-Adams, Simon (2009) Urban education, equality and inequality. In: Equality in the Primary School: Promoting good practice across the curriculum. Continuum. ISBN 9781847061003

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Papatheodorou, Theodora and Wells, L. (2009) The “Talking Tactile Tablet (T3)”: a means for multi-sensory inclusive learning resources. In: Inklusion in der frühen Kindheit: Internationale Perspektiven. LIT Verlag. ISBN 9783643101020

Peter, Melanie (2009) Drama: narrative pedagogy and socially challenged children. British Journal of Special Education, 36 (1). pp. 9-17. ISSN 0952-3383

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Robinson, Gillian (2009) Tuition or intuition? Making sketchbooks with a group of ten year old children. In: Readings in Primary Art Education. Intellect. ISBN 9781841502427

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Schneider, Claudia (2009) The use of conceptual frameworks to investigate the structure- agency link in comparative immigration policy and its relevance to social work. In: Theories and Methods in Social Work: International Perspectives. Birografika BORI. ISBN 978-961-6569-28-6

Schneider, Claudia and Holman, Deborah (2009) Longitudinal study of migrant workers in the East of England (Interim Report). Anglia Ruskin University.

Such, Christine and Brooker, Emma and Canfield, Julie and Norton, Liz (2009) Effective reflection on practice. In: Reflection in Early Years and Childcare Settings: Confident practitioners celebrate good practice, 14 November 2009, Anglia Ruskin University. (Accepted)

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Wisker, Gina and Morris, Charlotte and Warnes, Mark and Lilly, Jaki and Robinson, Gillian and Trafford, Vernon and Cheng, Ming (2009) Doctoral learning journeys: supporting and enhancing doctoral students’ research and related skills development through research evidence-based practices. Assessment, Learning & Teaching Journal, 5. pp. 19-22. ISSN 1756-8781

Wright, Hazel R. (2009) From caring to career? The benefits to mature women of entering childcare. In: Nineteenth European Conference on the Quality of Early Childhood Education, EECERA, 26 -29 August, 2009, Strasbourg. (Accepted)

Wright, Hazel R. (2009) Trusting the process: using an emergent design to study adult education. Educate. ISSN 1477-5557

Wright, Hazel R. (2009) What do women really really want? A case study of mature women training to work in childcare. In: Conference of the European Society for Research on the Education of Adults (ESREA) Network on Gender and Adult Learning, 7-10 October 2009, University of Hull.

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