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

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ATKINS, L., 2005. Foundation GNVQ: an invisible cohort? Research in Post-compulsory Education, 10 (3), pp. 325-335. ISSN 1359-6748

ATKINS, L., 2005. Researching 'with' , not 'on': engaging foundation GNVQ students in the research process. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, University of Glamorgan, 14-17 September 2005, Pontypridd, Wales, UK.

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BRADSHAW, P., POWELL, S. and TERRELL, I., 2005. Developing engagement in online community: lessons for HE. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 42 (3), pp. 205-215.

BURGESS, S. and HEAD, K., 2005. How to teach for exams. Harlow: Longman.

BUSH, T., GLOVER, D., SOOD, K., CARDNO, C., MOLOI, K., POTGEITER, G. and TANGIE, K., 2005. Black and minority ethnic leaders: final report to the National College for School Leadership. Research report for external body. Lincoln: International Institute for Education Leadership.

BYROM, T., 2005. Involving pupils, parents and communities in school Improvement: what difference does it make? In: ICSEI, Barcelona, January 2005, Barcelona.

BYROM, T., 2005. 'Oxbridge isn't for me, but I don't want to go to a crummy little university': working class students and higher education choice. In: BERA, Glamorgan, September 2005, Glamorgan.

BYROM, T., 2005. Struggling with class. In: BERA, Glamorgan, September 2005, Glamorgan.

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COTTON, T., 2005. Mathsworks. Longmans.

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DISNEY, A., 2005. Children's images of a distant locality. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 14 (4).

DRANSFIELD, R. and DRANSFIELD, D., 2005. Key concepts in economics. Nelson Thornes.

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EARLE, A., FROST, J., ENGSTROM, V., CEPIC, M., PLANINSIC, G., IRESON, G.P. and CIAPPARELLI, S., 2005. SUPERCOMET, superconductivity multimedia educational tool. Trondheim: Simplicatus. ISBN 82811300450

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FLINT, K.J., 2005. A study of the case: towards a deconstructive study of the case in educational research. In: The British Education Research Association (BERA) Conference, Pontypridd, South Wales, 2005, Pontypridd.

FLINT, K.J. and NEEDHAM, D., 2005. The question concerning lifelong learning. In: 34th Annual Conference, The Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia, 'Critical Thinking and Learning: Values, Concepts and Issues', The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Tai Po Campus, November 2005, Hong Kong.

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HARRIS, T., 2005. Text connections [composition and performance project for school ensemble, professional musicians and electronics. Students of Bourneville School, Birmingham, and musicians from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra]. CBSO Centre, Birmingham, March 2005.

HARRIS, T. and RUSSELL, B., 2005. GCSE: guitar compositions. Classroom Music (2), pp. 30-34.

HARRIS, T. and RUSSELL, B., 2005. Giant moth. [Composition]

HARRIS, T. and RUSSELL, B., 2005. I have nothing to say. [Composition]

HINDLEY, D., 2005. A matter of trust? How supporters are democratising football. In: Play the Game Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, November, 2005, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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IRESON, G.P., 2005. Einstein and the nature of thought experiments. School Science Review, 86 (317), pp. 47-53.

IRESON, G.P., 2005. Giving physics a sporting chance. School Science Review, 86 (317), pp. 57-63.

IRESON, G.P., 2005. Review of 'Quality issues in ICT-based higher education'. Physical Sciences Educational Reviews, 6 (2), pp. 39-40. ISSN 1756-9524

IRESON, G.P. and NOTT, M., 2005. School Science Review [Einstein year, 2]. Association for Science Education.

IRESON, G.P. and NOTT, M., 2005. School Science Review [Einstein year]. Association for Science Education.

IRESON, G.P. and TWIDLE, J., 2005. Exploring trainee science teachers' understanding of physics through the medium of a CASE lesson. In: Proceedings of the Fifth International ESERA Conference on Contributions of Research to Enhancing Students' Interest in Learning Science, Barcelona, Spain.

IRESON, G.P. and TWIDLE, J., 2005. The rolling can investigation: towards an explanation. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 364, pp. 423-428. ISSN 0020-739X

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LUMBY, J., HARRIS, A., MORRISON, M., MUIJS, D., SOOD, K., GLOVER, D., WILSON, M., BRIGGS, A.R.J. and MIDDLEWOOD, D., 2005. Leadership development and diversity in the learning and skills sector. London: LSDA.

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NEEDHAM, D. and DRANSFIELD, R., 2005. The Times 100. London: MBA Publishing and Times Newspapers.

NEEDHAM, D. and FLINT, K., 2005. 'I am not the teacher I thought I would be': an exploration of a post-graduate business teacher-trainee's reflexive-self. In: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference, Australian Teacher Education Association. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 18-25. ISBN 1920952381

NEEDHAM, D. and FLINT, K., 2005. A question of being. In: Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia, Hong Kong, 24-27 November 2005, Hong Kong.

NEEDHAM, D. and FLINT, K.J., 2005. Art of science?: The teaching of business education in the UK within a late modern context. In: British Education Research Association (BERA) Conference, Pontypridd, South Wales, 2005, Pontypridd.

NEEDHAM, D. and FLINT, K.J., 2005. Pathfinder evaluation. Research report for external body. Nottingham: Evaluation, Nottingham City Council.

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O'GRADY, A. and ATKIN, C., 2005. Forced to learn or choosing to learn: challenges and concerns for non-voluntary adult basic skills learners. RaPAL: Research and Practice in Adult Literacy (58), pp. 38-43. ISSN 1747-5600

OVENS, P., 2005. What are your most significant practical professional problems? An action research approach to partnership research, improving teaching and personal professional development. School Science Review, 86 (316), pp. 125-132. ISSN 0036-6811

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SCOTT, G., 2005. Para-professionals in further education: changing roles in vocational delivery. Management in Education, 19 (3), pp. 24-27. ISSN 0892-0206

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WALLACE, S., 2005. Guardian angels and teachers from hell: using metaphor as a measure of schools' experiences and expectations of General National Vocational Qualifications. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 14 (6), pp. 727-739. ISSN 0951-8398

WALLACE, S. and GRAVELLS, J., 2005. Mentoring in further education: meeting the national standards. Exeter: Learning matters. ISBN 1844450228

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