Professor Helen Nicholson, Royal Holloway Attending to Sites of Learning: London and Pedagogies of Scale. / Nicholson, Helen. In: Performance Research, Vol. 17, No. 4, 16.08.2012, p. 95-105

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Dr Charmian Kenner, Goldsmith University of London Al-Azami, S., Kenner, C., Ruby, M. and Gregory, E. (2010) Transliteration as a bridge to learning for bilingual children. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 13 (2), 683-700    

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Alan Read, Professor of Theatre, King’s College London, Director Performance Foundation Theatre in the Expanded Field: Seven Approaches to Performance,  London: Bloomsbury Methuen, 2013

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Professor Louise Archer, King’s College London ‘Between authenticity and pretension’: parents’, pupils’ and young professionals’ negotiations of minority ethnic middle-class identity Archer, L. Feb 2012 In : SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW. 60, 1, p. 129 – 148    

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Professor Brian Street, King’s College London Ellis, V., Street, B., & Fox, C. (eds) (2007) Rethinking English In Schools (Continuum Books)  

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Professor Ron Barnett, Institute of Education, University of London The Coming of the Ecological University’, Oxford Review of Education 37 (4) , 439-455. http://www.ioe.ac.uk/staff/lcen/lcen_3.html  

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Professor Carol S Dweck, Stanford University, US Gunderson,L, GripshoverS, Romero,C, Goldin-Meadow,S, Dweck,C.S., Levine,S Parent praise to 1-3 year olds predicts children’s motivational frameworks 5 years later. in Child Development  

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Professor Elaine Unterhalter, Institute of Education, London Unterhalter, E., Yates, C., Makinda, H. And North, A. (2012) ‘Blaming the poor: Constructions of marginality and poverty in the Kenyan education sector’, Compare 42, 2, 213-233. Unterhalter, E. (2010) ‘The Millennium Development Goals: a cross-sectoral analysis and principles for goal setting after 2015: Lancet and London International […]

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Dr. Gerard Lum, Kings College London Vocational and Professional Capability: An Epistemological and Ontological Study of Occupational Expertise’ (Continuum)

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Dr Reza Gholami, SOAS, University of London Citizenship, heritage and identity within education and teaching in the UK, (forthcoming)  

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Dr. Yinglin Ji, Kings College London, How children express caused motion events in Chinese and English: Universal and language-specific influences Ji, Y., Hendriks, H. & Hickmann, M. Sep 2011 In : LINGUA. 121, 12, p. 1796 – 1819  

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Professor Paul Black, Kings College, University of London Black, P., Harrison, C., Hodgen, J., Marshall, M. and Serret, N. (2011) Can teachers’ summative assessments produce dependable results and also enhance classroom learning? Assessment in Education. 18(4), 451-469 Black, P., Harrison, C., Hodgen, J., Marshall, B. and Serret, N. (2013) Inside the Black Box of Assessment: […]

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Dr. Julia Snell, Kings College, London Towards Dialogue: A Linguistic Ethnographic Study of Classroom Interaction and Change (ESRC RES-061-25-0363) Lefstein, A. & J. Snell (forthcoming in 2013). _Better than “Best Practice”: Developing Teaching and Learning through Dialogue_. London: Routledge. Lefstein, A. & J. Snell (2011). Promises and problems of teaching with popular culture: A linguistic […]

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Dr. Jill Hohenstein, Kings College, London. Learning: Theoretical perspectives that go beyond context Hohenstein, J. & King, H. 2011 Becoming a Teacher 4th Edition. Dillon, J. & Maguire, M. (eds.). Open University Press, p. 175 – 184

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Dr. Peter Duncan, Kings College, London Duncan, P (2011). The importance of teachers and schools in health promotion. In Dillon, J and M Maguire (eds). Becoming a Teacher: Issues in Secondary Education. Maidenhead: Open University Press. Key Points 1. If we think about what is required for effective health promotion in schools, we have to […]

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Professor Louise Archer, King’s College London Science Aspirations and Career Choice: Age 10 – 14 project is a five year longitudinal study, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as part of their Targeted Initiative on Science and Mathematics Education (TISME).

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Dr Dietmar Küchemann, King’s College London Using patterns generically in school algebra Key Points A common approach to generalisation in school algebra is to use figurative patterns (eg, a row of touching tables surrounded by chairs, with a relationship between the number of tables and number of chairs). This allows students to see and explain […]

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Dr Martin Dewey, Kings College London Review of developments in research into English as a lingua franca Jenkins, J., Cogo, A. & Dewey, M. Jul 2011 In : Language Teaching. 44, 3, p. 281 – 315

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Dr Charmian Kenner, Goldsmiths, London Kenner, C., Gregory, E., Ruby, M. and Al-Azami, S. (2008) Bilingual learning for second and third generation children. Language, Culture and Curriculum 21 (2), 120-137. Al-Azami, S., Kenner, C., Ruby, M. and Gregory, E. (2010) Transliteration as a bridge to learning for bilingual children. International Journal of Bilingual Education and […]

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Jenny Driscoll, Kings College, London Supporting care leavers to fulfil their educational aspirations: Resilience, relationships and resistance to help Driscoll, J. Mar-2013 In : Children and Society. 27, 2, p. 139-149 Driscoll J (2013) ‘Supporting the educational transitions of looked after children at Key Stage 4’ Journal of Children’s Services 110-122 Key Points There has […]

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Veronica Poku, Goldsmiths, London Current research on the experiences of African and African-Caribbean students on ITE courses

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Professor Becky Francis, Kings College, London Mendick, H. & Francis, B. (2011) Boffin and geek identities: abject or privileged?, Gender and Education. 24(1) 15-24. Francis, B., Skelton, C. & Read, B. (2011) The Identities and Practices of High Achieving Pupils: Negotiating achievement and peer cultures, London: Continuum. Francis, B., The role of The Boffin as […]

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Dr. Kirstin Lewis, Goldsmiths, London Demie, F and Lewis, K (2010) ‘White Working Class Achievement: an ethnographic study of barriers to learning in schools.’ Educational Studies, 2010: 1-20 http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/9F2788D9-BF6B-4123-9980-B5A0CC125735/0/WhiteWorkingClassAchievementSchoolStrategies.pdf Key Points The aim of this research was to study the experiences of white working class pupils and to identify barriers to their learning. This research […]

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Amanda Kipling, Goldsmiths, London http://www.gold.ac.uk/educational-studies/staff/kipling/ Key Points Drama can, when left in the hands of the pupil, provide a much needed medium for learning and healing. During this case study not only did this student develop a sophisticated sense of theatre and script writing but also moved herself forward after a traumatic bereavement and placed […]

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Dr. Simon Coffey, Kings College London Modern language learning as a figured world of privilege Coffey, S. 2011 Mobility and Localisation in Language Learning. Fenoulhet, J. & Ros i Solé, C. (eds.). Oxford ; New York: Peter Lang, p. 51-77

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Dr. Ursula Wingate, Kings College, London ‘Argument!’ Helping students understand what essay writing is about Wingate, U. Jun-2012 In : Journal of English for Academic Purposes. 11, 2, p. 145-154,

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Dr Hayley Davies, Kings College London Davies, H. (2013) ‘Shared parenting or shared care? Learning from children’s experiences of a post-divorce shared care arrangement’ Children and Society, (early view, article first published online: 11 APR 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/chso.12013). Davies, H. (2012) ‘Shared parenting: Can a one-size-fits-all approach actually work?’ Blog post for Cost of […]

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Professor Carrie Paechter, Goldsmiths College, London ‘Online learning in divorce: the development and operation of an online learning community through a divorce support website’. This project is exploring the development of an online divorce wiki and support site, tracing its development through the first year of operation. The aims are to understand the development of […]

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Professor Carrie Paechter, Goldsmiths College, London Paechter, C.F. Being Boys, Being girls: learning masculinities and femininities. Open University Press, 2007.

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Dr. Alice Sullivan, Institute of Education, London Sullivan, A., Leonard, D. and Joshi, H. (2012) ‘Single-sex and Co-educational Schooling: What are the social and family outcomes?’, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 3(1) , 137-157.

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Dr. Sarah Crafter, Institute of Education, London O’Dell, L., Crafter, S., Cline, T., & Abreu, de.G (2012) ‘Researching children and young people’s lives: The problem of interpretation in vignette methodology’, Qualitative Research 12, 702-714.

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Professor Ann Hodgson, Institute of Education, London Hodgson, A. and Spours, K. (2012) Towards a universal upper secondary education system in England: a unified and eco-system vision, an inaugural professorial lecture. IOE Publications (London).

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