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ATKINSON, S., KNOX, J. and HARDY, A., 2011. Performance/ability differences between those trained as Design and Technology teachers on undergraduate (UG) and Postgraduate (PG) Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programmes. In: PATT26, 1 July 2011.

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BLACK, P., HARRISON, C., HODGEN, J., MARSHALL, B. and SERRET, N., 2011. Can teachers’ summative assessments produce dependable results and also enhance classroom learning? Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 18 (4), pp. 451-469. ISSN 0969-594X

BLOOD, K., 2011. Creative connections: discovering and exploring relationships. In: D. SCOTT, J. MC CARRON, M. MANDERE, R. WARWICK and S. APPIAH, eds., Creative Connections: Exploring and Discovering Relationships. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University, pp. 13-16. ISBN 9781842331453

BOULTON, H., 2011. Action research: a methodology. In: NTU Pedagogy Research Methodologies Symposium, 31 March 2011, Nottingham.

BOULTON, H., 2011. [Chapters]. In: A. HRAMIAK and T. HUDSON, eds., Understanding teaching and learning in secondary schools. Pearson Education. ISBN 9781405899444

BOULTON, H., 2011. Developing reflective practice for new academics using an ePortfolio. In: SEDA Spring Teaching, Learning and Assessment Conference, Holyrood Hotel, Edinburgh, 5-6 May 2011, Edinburgh.

BOULTON, H., 2011. Innovative pedagogy and technology. In: Guardian Innovation in Education Conference, London, 17 November 2011, London.

BOULTON, H., 2011. Using blogs to provide peer support for students on work experience through a community of practice. In: Nottingham Trent University Learning and Teaching Conference, 29 March 2011, Nottingham.

BOULTON, H., 2011. ePortfolios in initial teacher education. In: European Conference on e-Learning, Brighton, 9 November 2011, Brighton.

BOULTON, H., 2011. ePortfolios in teaching and teacher education: friend or foe? In: Association for Learning Technology Conference, Leeds University, 6-8 September 2011, Leeds.

BOULTON, H., 2011. The 'portability' of ePortfolios in teacher education. In: European Conference on Educational Research, Berlin, 13-16 September 2011, Berlin.

BOULTON, H. and HRAMIAK, A., 2011. Blogging for beginners: using blogs to develop communities of practice with post-graduate students. In: Nottingham Trent University Communities Conference, Nottingham, 23-24 June 2011, Nottingham.

BOULTON, H. and HRAMIAK, A., 2011. Exploring student and tutor perceptions of feedback in Post Graduate study. In: Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, Newport, 7-9 December 2011, Newport.

BOULTON, H. and HRAMIAK, A., 2011. Post-graduate students' perceptions of feedback. In: European Conference on Educational Research, Berlin, 13-16 September 2011, Berlin.

BOULTON, H. and HRAMIAK, A., 2011. Supporting the transition into postgraduate study: students' perceptions of feedback. In: Higher Education Annual Conference, Nottingham University, Nottingham, 5-6 July 2011, Nottingham.

BOULTON, H., MCNEIL, J. and EYITAYO, R., 2011. Developing a framework for digital literacies using a model of apprenticeship. In: Association for Learning Technology Conference, Leeds University, 6-8 September 2011, Leeds.

BOULTON, H. and TEPPER, J., 2011. e-Learning in action: from deep student learning to efficient assessment and feedback. In: Nottingham Trent University Learning and Teaching Conference, 30 March 2011, Nottingham.

BRADSHAW, P.R., 2011. ICT and its assessment at 16: an enquiry into the perceptions of year 11 students. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

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DAVIES, S. and HARDY, A., 2011. Blended Learning tools to support collaborative learning. In: J. HUGHES and W. KIDD, eds., Working with diverse groups of learners in the Digital Age. ESCalate.

DAVIES, S. and HARDY, A., 2011. Developing the use of blended learning and e-moderation to support students' transition into higher education learning. In: SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education) Newer Researchers' Conference: New Communities, Spaces and Places: Inspiring Futures for Higher Education, Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, South Wales, 6-7 December 2011, Newport, South Wales.

DAVIES, S. and HARDY, A., 2011. Getting to know you: design and technology education students' transition into higher education learning. In: NTU Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2011: Learning and Technology, Nottingham Trent University, 30 March 2011, Nottingham.

DAVIES, S. and HARDY, A., 2011. Getting to know you: design and technology education students' transition into higher education learning. In: PATT 25 & CRIPT 8: Perspectives on Learning in Design Technology Education, Goldsmiths, University of London, 1-5 July 2011, London.

DRANSFIELD, R., SCOTT-THOMPSON, M. and WRIGHT, P., 2011. Economics for the Caribbean school certificate. Nelson Thornes.

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FELL, T., FLINT, K. and HAINES, I., 2011. Professional doctorates in the UK 2011. Lichfield: UK Council for Graduate Education. ISBN 9780952575183

FLINT, K., 2011. Some philosophical issues raised by the current development of the Doctor of Education in the UK. In: T. FELL, K. FLINT and I. HAINES, eds., Professional doctorates in the UK 2011. Lichfield: UK Council for Graduate Education, pp. 28-34. ISBN 978095257518

FLINT, K.J., 2011. Deconstructing workplace 'know how' and 'tacit knowledge': exploring the temporal play of being within professional practice. Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, 1 (2), pp. 128-146. ISSN 2042-3896

FLINT, K.J., 2011. Making history: a critical examination of assessment in professional doctorates. In: Challenging Assessment in Professional Doctorates, The Barn, Hendon Campus, Middlesex University, Hendon, 21 November 2011.

FLINT, K.J., 2011. Play as a leading activity in the liminal space of Plato’s Cave: facing the monstrous arrivant in the information age. In: [keynote presentation], Philosophy at Play Conference, University of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 2011.

FLINT, K.J., WAITE, E. and COSTLEY, C., 2011. Space for empowerment?: An archaeology of biopower, governmentality and technologies of the self at the workplace. In: Work and Education Intersections: Power, Politics and Education. 7th International Conference of Researching Work and Learning, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China, 2011.

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GLACKIN, M. and SERRET, N., 2011. Using local outdoor spaces for learning. In: M. HOLLINS, ed., ASE guide to secondary science education. Hatfield: The Association for Science Education. ISBN 9780863574375

GRAVELLS, J. and WALLACE, S., 2011. Dial M for mentor: lessons in mentoring from films,tv and literature. Information Age.

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HARDY, A., 2011. Trainee teachers' perceptions of CAD/CAM in schools [seminar paper]. In: The Design and Technology Association Education & International Research Conference 2011. 8 July 2011.

HARDY, A., LAWE, B., DAVIES, S., BOYD, P. and TINNEY, J., 2011. A framework for undergraduate secondary teacher training. In: SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education) Newer Researchers' Conference: New Communities, Spaces and Places: Inspiring Futures for Higher Education, Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, South Wales, 6-7 December 2011, Newport, South Wales.

HARRIS, T., 2011. CoMA: the next generation. CoMA (Contemporary Music for All) News (14), pp. 9-10.

HARRIS, T., 2011. Stockholm, Stockholm! Stad i varlden: music in Stockholm schools. In: School of Education Research Conference, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 23 September 2011.

HRAMIAK, A. and BOULTON, H., 2011. Cascading web 2.0 technologies in schools: does it really flow? In: The Computer Assisted Learning Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, 13-15 April 2011, Manchester.

HRAMIAK, A. and BOULTON, H., 2011. Exploring perceptions and uses of feedback for post graduates: a collaborative investigation into how trainee teachers manage the transition from under to post graduate in their use of feedback to improve their academic work. In: Sheffield Hallam University Research Conference, Sheffield, 20 June 2011, Sheffield.

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KINGTON, A., SAMMONS, P., DAY, C. and REGAN, E., 2011. Stories and Statistics: Describing a Mixed Methods Study of Effective Classroom Practice. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 5 (2), pp. 103-125. ISSN 1558-6898

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LAWE, B., 2011. Case study 5: using Electronic Voting Systems (EVS) to encourage reading around the topic. ESCalate.

LAWE, B., 2011. Moving forward: teacher training. D & T Practice (4), pp. 10-14.

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MACKINTOSH, C., 2011. Responses to the comprehensive spending review: findings from a Nottinghamshire PE and school sport survey. In: Political Studies Association Conference, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, 18 March 2011, Birmingham.

MACKINTOSH, C., 2011. Sports development research communities: insights from theory and practice. Leisure Studies Association Newsletter, 89, pp. 3-4.

MACKINTOSH, C., 2011. Turning the tables. Sport and Physical Activity, 3, pp. 42-43.

MACKINTOSH, C., 2011. An analysis of County Sports Partnerships in England: the fragility, challenges and complexity of partnership working in sports development. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 3 (1), p. 45.

MACKINTOSH, C., 2011. An external evaluation of a London based outdoor table tennis pilot scheme run by the English Table Tennis Association. Research report for external body. Notttingham: Nottingham Trent University.

MISTRY, M. and SOOD, K., 2011. Rethinking educational leadership to transform pedagogical practice to help improve the attainment of minority ethnic pupils: the need for leadership dialogue. Management in Education, 25 (3), pp. 125-130.

MISTRY, M. and SOOD, K., 2011. The challenges of preparing teachers of early years(EY) for leadership: a comparison between early and experienced early years teachers in England. Alternative models for professional development: what constitutes effective collaboration to help make a school more effective? In: 7th International Symposium for Educational Reform (ISER), at The National Training Center for Secondary School Principals (NTCSSP) at East China Normal University, Shanghai to host the International Symposium on Educational Reform (ISER 2011), 11-17 June, Shanghai.

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PEART, S., 2011. Engaging reluctant learners - reflection on what works. In: INTED, 2011, International Association for Technology Education and Development, Valencia, 2011, Valencia.

PEART, S., 2011. Supporting black male students. In: Nottingham Trent University School of Education, Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, Nottingham.

PEART, S., 2011. An exploration of the lived experiences of black males in two East Midlands further education (FE) colleges. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

PEART, S. and ATKINS, L., 2011. Teaching 14-19 learners in the lifelong learning sector. Exeter: Learning Matters. ISBN 9781844453658

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RICHARDS, G., 2011. Perspectives of special educational needs and inclusive practice. In: J. CORNWALL and L. GRAHAM-MATHESON, eds., Leading on inclusion: dilemmas, debates and new perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 22-32. ISBN 9780415676229

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SOOD, K. and MISTRY, M., 2011. English as an additional language: is there a need to embed cultural values and beliefs in institutional practice. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 39 (2), pp. 203-215. ISSN 0300-4279

SOOD, K. and MISTRY, M., 2011. How leaders in schools are pushing the boundaries for innovative personal professional development. In: 7th International Symposium for Educational Reform (ISER), at The National Training Center for Secondary School Principals (NTCSSP) at East China Normal University, Shanghai to host the International Symposium on Educational Reform (ISER 2011), 11-17 June, Shanghai.

SULAIMAN, N.A.J., 2011. Exploring Kuwaiti mathematics: student-teachers' beliefs toward using Logo and mathematics education. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

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TINNEY, J., HARDY, A. and BOYD, P., 2011. 'Gamification' - encouraging and rewarding student engagement. In: SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education) Newer Researchers' Conference: New Communities, Spaces and Places: Inspiring Futures for Higher Education, Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, South Wales, 6-7 December 2011, Newport, South Wales.

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WALLACE, S., 2011. Teaching, tutoring and training in the lifelong learning sector. Exeter: Learning Matters. ISBN 9780857250629

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