Conference Paper Archive

“Why can’t they just say it in a simpler way?!” Academic language, assumptions, and accessibility in a masters level education studies classroom; a diffractive analysis of ‘becoming’ academic through language.Sarah Evans
“We want to see the cat!”: a case study of webinar-based learning and student experienceSteve Dixon
“We trust you, don’t you trust us?”: Reflections on ethics and positionality in fieldwork in IndiaCharu Dada and Anne-Marie Smith
“Take care of the sense and the sounds take care of themselves”: First year undergraduate Education Studies students’ experience of digital audio feedbackSteve Dixon
“I wouldn't be able to graduate if it wasn't for my mobile phone.” Mobile literacies and the construction of complex academic texts in Higher EducationOwen Barden
’Nature’, Childhood and The Anthropocene: evaluating the challenges for Education StudiesDavid Blundell
’ The Red Shoes' in Salem: unnatural performances and witch-hunts of the ‘feminine’ in Higher EducationEmma Macleod-Johnstone
‘Working it Out’, According to student perception, what purpose does an optional placement module serve on the Education Studies degree course?’Sharon Woodward Baker
‘Wild Time’: discovery and adventure tales from free-play episodes with a reception class working in an ancient woodland siteChantelle Haughton, Sian Sarwar, Jacky Tyrie, Dylan Adams and Cheryl Ellis
‘Mr Cummings clearly does not understand the science of genetics and should maybe go back to school on the subject’: An exploratory content analysis of the online comments section beneath a controversial news storyMadeline Crosswaite
‘Make ‘em laugh!’-The use of anecdotal stories and laughter in the Classroom – a teaching perspective.Sarah Telfer and Neil Dougan
‘It Takes a Politicised Educator to Free Education from Capitalism’Melanie Parker and Ciaran O'Sullivan
‘But is this relevant for the assignment?’ A case study analysis of embedding and enhancing employability and enterprise skills in student assessment. Reflective observations and lessons learned.Caroline Lewis
Young people leaving care: plans, challenges and discoursesCatherine Lamond
Workshop | Adults Understanding of the Play CyclePete King
Working with Non-Traditional students to determine what value they gain (and bring) through study at Higher EducationMarie Clifford
Whose ethics is it anyway?Chris Grant
When rights are not enough: what is?- The need for ‘politicised’ compassion in the quest for social justice.Suanne Gibson
When lip service isn't good enough: Embedding curriculum change.Sue Ainsworth
What is most important in education reform? A Case Study of the Singapore and Philippine partnershipVicente Reyes
What factors influence the retention and progression of Foundation Year Students within Higher Education in Wales?Emma Chivers
What encourages and impedes engagement and success in non-traditional students studying Higher Education in a Further Education setting?Jo Lewis
Web 2.0 to Policy 2.0: Co-creation of policy in post-compulsory educationNigel Ecclesfield
Validating a Plagiarism Scale: A Middle Eastern ContextAli Mahmoud, Victoria Blinkhorn and Cathal O'Siochru
VAD: Vocabulary Acquisition via Drama, a new teaching tool!Konstantina Kalogirou
Utilising drama in education to empower student voice, and in so doing, improve student learning within educationSamuel Balch
Using electronic portfolios to support the integration of workplace learning and vocational education and training in the Scottish construction industryDouglas Morrison
Understanding leadership in higher education from a disability perspectiveStephanie Brewster
Two taxonomies are better than one: towards a method of analysing a variety of domains and types of thinkingJackie Greatorex
Two fingers to the administrivialisation of higher education: A radical approach to radical educationScott Buckler, Sophie King-Hill and Gareth Dart
Travelling without a Compass: Exploring the Diverse Life Worlds of University Students with DyslexiaLorraine Loveland-Armour
Transition from University to work: Lived experiences and perceptions of South Asian women in higher education in EnglandLaila Khawaja
Transforming students' attitudes toward social issues through the development of the Sociological Imagination: Results of a three-year cross-cultural studyDr. Marni Westerman
Towards an inclusive understanding of bullying: identifying conceptions and practice in the primary school workforce.Richard Woolley
Toward an Understanding of Discourses Surrounding Education StudiesSandra Abegglen
To teach or not to teach? Skills, placements and aspirations: employability in education studies - findings from collaborative researchDavid Menendez Alvarez-Hevia
To belong or not to belong: methodological tensions in collecting research dataLynn Richards
The ‘flipped’ classroom: Education students’ perceptions of an innovative approach to learning in a research methods moduleSam Shields and Megan Murray
The value of ‘the university’ within a school-led system of teacher education in England.Nick Sorensen
The value of plurality and the future of Education StudiesMarie Morgan
The Use of Storytelling and Anecdotal Stories as Pedagogic tool in the ClassroomSarah Telfer
The use of debates as a teaching strategy in increasing students’ critical thinking and collaborative learning skills in Higher EducationZeta Williams-Brown
The University as a Transformative SpaceLauren Clark
The transformative power of education in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering HeightsSean Broome
The seductive power of 'neuromyths' - an investigation into pre-service teachers’ understanding of the science of learning.Alan Howe, Chloe Shu-Hua Yeh and Kenra McMahon
The role of attachment theory in education and implications for training: Is “love” a forbidden disposition in education? Mary Wood and Ioanna PalaiologouIoanna Palaiologou
The Role of Assessment Feedback in Developing Student's Academic BuoyancyTristan Middleton
The risky terrain of student writingVerity Aiken
The Professional, Policy, Politics and ‘Successful Futures’Andy Reynolds
The process of emotion coaching from one parent’s perspective: Uncovering the impact of parental behaviour and emotions on the effectiveness of emotion coachingLana Farrington
The political representations in post-Arab spring teaching curriculums (the conflict of internal and external ideologies)El hadj Moussa Benmoussa
The nature of teachers’ work in a primary Academy school: an ethnographic case studyMarlena Chrostowska
The minoritisation of higher education Students: an examination of contemporary policies and practiceRuth Mieschbuehler
The meaning of difference in discourse about black education in twentieth century AmericaRosie Germain
The Innovative Use of Screencasts in Higher EducationChris Wakeman
The impact of the mobile phone to improve teacher competence through teacher working group to be a professional teacher In IndonesiaMohamad Adning and Mike Watts
The Impact of the Caring Sports Coach to Affect Young People’s Behaviour: A Study in a Disadvantaged CommunityJulian Symes
The Impact of Bilingualism and Culture on Students' Academic Achievement: The case of Cameroon students in Greater Manchester UniversitiesChristian Atabong Nchindia
The Impact of Academic Transition on Learner IdentityLiz Gregory
The Global Neoliberal Political Economy of EducationFozia Uddin and Joe Gazdula
The Factors that Influence Student Teachers' EfficacySarah Elsey and Sean Starr
The effects of setting and mixed ability grouping on pupils’ mathematical self-perception and attainment in year four.Sinéad Burns Cameron
The Educational Mission of the Congregation of Holy Cross in Bangladesh, 1947-2017Farid Md Shaikh
The education of children from military service families: agency and identityJudith McCullouch, Sophie Ellis and Michael Hall
The Dragon in the Room: Pedagogical reflections on teaching and learning in a bilingual environmentNia Young and Anne-Marie Smith
The Cruel World of Forced Academisation: Senior Leadership Experiences at Macadamia Primary SchoolTrevor Male
The Controversy will continueStephen Pritchard
The Challenges and Opportunities in Implementing Sex Education in the Preschool Curriculum in the Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaAmal Banunnah
The case for a new dimension of teachers’ professional knowledge. The impact of policy initiatives on the practice and perception of brain based methodologyJacqui Elton
The Art and Silence of Anti-Racist EducationHeather Knight
The appeal of relativism: antidotes from Socrates to SiegelRuth Mieschbuehler
The almost 'Dropouts', exploring the journey of the 'saved' students, those who considered leaving their degree programme but chose to continue.Sarah Yearsley
Teaching Literature Using Critical Thinking and Communicative ApproachesEl hadj Moussa Benmoussa
Teaching Critical Reflexivity Using an African Metaphor: The Hippo in the RoomJoe Gazdula
Teachers’ Perceptions of the Role of Social Media in Student EngagementRichard Farr
Teachers’ Conceptions and Practices of Formative Assessment in Science in Malaysian Primary SchoolJahari Jainal
Teacher Agency and Education Policy Change – an exploration of the impact of teacher involvement in successful education policy change using the context of teacher education and professional learning.Paul Campbell
Tapestry: A conversation about embedding mental wellbeing in higher educationRuth Groff
Synthetic phonics in English Primary Schools: screaming checks, nonsense words and (how do you) say ‘ho ho ho’?Howard Gibson
SYMPOSIUM: Through a Looking Glass of Participation with Young PeopleLynwen Roberts, Alison Baggott, Angharad Lewis, Alana Enoch and Nicola Welton
SYMPOSIUM: The reach, the scope and the possibility for student-engagementThomas Feldges, Sonia Pieczenko and Steve Johnstone
SYMPOSIUM: Pushing forward with new knowledge at Undergraduate level: Exceptional Student Dissertations.Kirsty Abbott, Joshua Perren and Suanne Gibson
SYMPOSIUM: Dissolving the boundaries: the challenges of developing collaborations and reciprocity in practiceErika Laredo, Caroline Mountain and Ros Chiosso
SYMPOSIUM: Being there - a collaborative approach into attendance and engagement in Higher EducationDavid Menendez Alvarez Hevia, Ammaar Ahmed, Asifa Pervaiz Akhter, Nansin Amin, Fleur Burke, Shabana Butt, Thomas Daly, Lewis Leigh, Jo-Anne Levesconte, Janet Lord, Iqra Mahmood, Steven Naylor, Antonia Shevlin and Jordan Wortescroft
Symposium-'Learning Through Manual Labour in Schools'Matthew Carlin and Lars Bang
Symposium | Intercultural Competence: Learning to Live in Diversity.Heike Griffiths, Hyder Mobasher and Carys Richards
Symposium | Childhood resilience and wellbeing: implications from the Headstart evaluation for schools and communitiesMichael Jopling, Zeta Williams-Brown and Matt Smith
SYMPOSIUM Taking Exceptional Student Dissertations to PublicationCiaran O'Sullivan, Rachel Eileen Fenlon, Andrew Grace and Melanie Parker
SYMPOSIUM Becoming researchers: A collaborative effort to conceptualise research as a pedagogy in Education Studies programmesDavid Menendez Alvarez Hevia
Symposium - Education Studies at Plymouth University: Critical Studies on Inclusive Practice in EducationJoanna Haynes
Supporting Opportunity in Schools: Promoting Educational Equity - A Report on the Second and Final Year of Project OutcomesSarah Stewart
Studying in my pyjamas: A case study of online learning and undergraduate experienceCaroline Lewis and Laura Hutchings
Studying Education at the dawn of IslamImran Mogra
Students’ well-being, wild-ness and freedom from the ‘magic capture’ of assessments.Dylan Adams and Nick Young
Student teacher perceptions of controversial issues faced in primary educationRichard Woolley
Student engagement through academic writing: process reflections of a community of enquiryDiahann Gallard
Storying student ecologies of belonging: a participatory research study of students’ interfacing with the AcademyLynn Richards
Stories of ‘Becoming Student’ – Lessons for Lecturers; Lessons for ResearchCiaran O'Sullivan, Suanne Gibson, Christie Pritchard and Andrew Grace
Stories of ‘Becoming Student’ – Lessons for LecturersCiaran O'Sullivan
Starting from the Discipline: The Development of Early Career Academic LeadershipSteve Harris and Terry Nolan
Special Educational Needs and inclusion: is the education system providing meaningful education for all?Eleni Lithari and Larissa Sturgeon
Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Power, Pleasure and Subject Positions Associated with the Student Journey.Dr Geoff Bunn
Smoke, Suspense, and Scheherazade - Using Theatrical Devices to Engage the Student: a joint tutor-student action-research projectRob Baker
Should we still offer a right to withdraw from Religious Education in UK schools?Cathal O'Siochru and David Lundie
Short educational ICT-interventions increase knowledge and behaviour in media literacyPer Bergamin and Egon Werlen
Shifting attitudes and critical thinking in students of Childhood StudiesAnne-Marie Smith and Nia Young
Sexuality in EducationTrevor Cotterill
Searching for the Academies Standards Effect: The Bigfoot PhenomenonJacqueline Elton
Rules of grammar means JAMS are toastShaun Taylor
Restorative Practice: Resolving conflict, Supporting well-being, Delivering positive behaviour. What's the catch?Sue Ainsworth
Resistance in Academic Becomings: a diffractive analysis of resistance in student language encounters in UK masters level learningSarah Evans
Researcher Efficacy vs. The Tick Box Culture; A Place for Ethical Training and Reflection in Global Higher EducationJoe Gazdula
Rejuvenating the Idea of a General Theory of EducationThomas Altfelix
Reflections on career transition of a man on moving from specialist policing into Early Childhood Education as an academicPatrick Meehan
Reflecting on Einstein’s advice: a personal journey in creating an experiential approach to the development of undergraduate literature reviewsPaul Wiseman
Reconsidering British ValuesHoward Gibson
Re-emphasising teacher-learner collaboration and shared intentionality in promoting mental health and wellbeing in the school environmentDiahann Gallard
R G Collingwood and the Role of Enquiry in EducationSasha Lawson-Frost
Primary School Teachers’ Perceptions of Risk: Emerging findings from a study of theoretical conceptualisations of risk and their impact upon Pedagogical PracticeSarah Dauncey
Primary Education Studies- a different voice, a different choiceLynwen Roberts
Prescription through Profiling, Profiling through Prescription – Inspection, Effectiveness and the Struggle for Recognition in Teaching and LearningAlison Brady
Preparing for life after school and the everyday ethics of post-16 education. Findings from a capability approach study.Oliver Wimborne
Practitioner Research: perceptions, practices and productsRachel Jackson
Poster: Ins and Outs of Rolling Out 'Teaching at the Right Level' Pedagogy in PakistanSABA SAEED
Post-neoliberal youth policy and its effects on youth service provision: the molar force of policy in youth service assemblageIanMcGimpsey
Positive Failure - A New Hypothesis Against Mandatory Success.Alastair Arnott
Portals between worlds: A study of the experiences of seven groups of children aged 7-11 years from six different primary schools in Wales making music outdoorsDylan Adams and Gary Beauchamp
Political Discourses of Higher Education:- The Discursive Separation of ‘Academic’ Learning from Skills Required for Progression in Ideological Reform AgendasRichard Sanders
Policy and Practice: Tensions in Professional Identity of Newly Qualified TeachersSam Shields
Personal Liberty, Mutual Respect and Tolerance: From Values to VirtuesVictoria Blinkhorn and Cathal O'Siochru
Perfect harmony? Primary and secondary teachers’ views on working collaboratively to create the foundation for the new curriculum for Expressive Arts in Wales.Judith Kneen
Pedagogic mediation as a developmental tool for lasting change?Helen Lyndon
Passive consumers or productive participants? Engaging students as partners in a collaborative learning modelAsad K. Ghalib
Parsing Pedagogies: An examination of pedagogical practices in Liverpool schoolsBethany Shepherd and Rebecca Jackson
Parents as Policy Makers in the Planning of Bilingual Free SchoolsKatya Saville
Paradigms of Education under the Network SocietyRobert Doherty
Overturning a false dichotomy: Academic versus 'whole-child' approaches to educationBeverley Henshaw
Official and Unofficial Feedback; Getting into the students’ minds through all possible waysMohamed Kamal and Nikolaos Nikitas
Neocolonial Tensions and Conflicts on Identity of Indigenous Students Attending International Schools in NigeriaNkechi Chuks
Navigating Educator-Researcher Collaboration; Understanding and Building Partnerships for Quality Educational ResearchAimie Brennan and Patrick Burke
Musicking in Nature and the Nature of MusickingDylan Adams and Gary Beauchamp
Multiculturalism and multicultural education practice – pedagogical issues and possible solutions.Richard Race
Multi-Professional Education Research - A post-historical perspectiveDavid Lundie
Montessori: Simple activities to aid complex fine motor developmentAshley Cope
MISSING OUT: does Masters students' preference for surveys produce sub-optimal outcomes?Duncan Grant
Metricisation of English Higher Education: Academics’ perspectives on impact of TEF and REF on professional practiceCatherine O'Connell and Namrata Rao
Meritocracy and Social Mobility through Education: An Obtainable Aspiration or Political MythCaroline Lohmann-Hancock
Marginalised Communities and Higher Education – a matter of Choice and Identity.Heike Griffiths and Cindy Hunt
Managing Alternative Higher Education Providers: Towards a conceptual model of management for collaborative HE provision?Joe Gazdula
Making Policy in Scottish Education: Can we do it differently?Anna Beck
Making learning realYasmin Stefanov-King
Listening to our ‘diverse’ students and preparing learning futures to enhance the retention and academic success of all. Reflections on a HEA International Scholarship 2013-2014.Suanne Gibson and Alison Black
Learning Theory: A Philosophical CritiqueRob Watson
Learning and Sharing of Architectural Documentation: A Fieldwork Participation in Thai Architectural EducationNathatai Chansen
Learning about 'Life' or valuing 'Life'Thomas Feldges and Sonia Pieczenko
Leading and implementing change in Childhood Education: the case study of the EYFS 2012 framework principles implementation and student increase at Brilliance International School in Phnom Penh, CambodiaLeonardo Silveira
Keeping them in the dark: What research has to say about the choice between offering seen vs unseen exams.Cathal O'Siochru
Is it all about the marks?Thomas Feldges, Sonia Pieczenko and Anne Barker
Interrogating Power Relationships and Problematising Assessment.Michael A S Gilsenan
International perspectives on EquitySarah Stewart
International higher education development: unfolding the fieldAlexis Gibbs
International Experience for Engaged Global Citizens in EducationPhil Bamber
Innovating the Field of Education Studies: Knowledge Technologies as assemblagesSandra Abegglen
Informal Learning within the Context of a Public HouseStephen Lake
Inclusion/Exclusion: The framing of a policy dilemmaDes McNulty
Incentives and barriers to participation in education for males identified as NEET aged eighteen and overTim Palazon, Sarah Lloyd-Jones and Calvin Lees
How to promote real equality in higher educationRuth Mieschbuehler
How to de-programme a University studentDavid Thompson
How film-making can improve the social communication skills of children on the autism spectrumBen Ewart-Dean
How Fantastic is Literacy?Dylan Adams
How do students' beliefs about education studies affect their performance and study choicesCathal O'Siochru
How Creative Film-making Can Help to Improve the Social Communication Skills of Children on the Autism SpectrumBen Ewart-Dean
How boys keep falling behind in secondary education and what policy makers can do.Gijsbert Stoet
Higher Education study in UK prisons: Ex-offenders’ perspectives and lived-experiences.Christopher Mosley-Ferro
Has the marketisation of education in England created a behemoth that is wreaking havoc on society?Shaun Taylor
Goldilocks and the Theory BearsJacqueline Elton
Going beyond Compliance: Sustaining career-long professional learning and professional standards.Margery McMahaon
Global learning in Primary Education: moving beyond charityAlex Kosogorin
Getting our hands dirty with research: student insight into collaborative educational researchDavid Menendez Alvarez-Hevia
Free School Meals (FSM) and extending forms of Capital: A small scale case study in one Academy school.Gurpinder Lalli
Fostering creativity in educationChloe Shu-Hua Yeh
Factors That Affect the Interactive Whiteboard Usage of Teachers and Its Effect on PerformanceŞule Betül Tosuntaş
External agents, providers and specialists: an exploration of the other individuals invited to be involved in schools and classroomsJulia Everitt
Exploring values through Holocaust education: reflections on a teaching and learning experience with Primary School childrenRuth Wills
Exploring the ethics of agency through the lens of 'Bildung.'Ruth Bolton
Exploring the continued professional development of higher education professionals as they participate in online social spaces.Muireann O'Keeffe
Exploring Stories of ‘Becoming Student’Suanne Gibson
Exploring and engaging with the failings of ‘Inclusion in Higher Education’. Is a post-rights inclusive future possible?Suanne Gibson
Experiential learning in enterprise and entrepreneurship education: examining the challenges of a worthwhile approachFredrick Agboma
Expenditure and displacement impacts of mobile higher education students:Kristinn Hermannsson
Expanding horizons or ruining Disney? An investigation of students’ experience of threshold concepts in Childhood StudiesAnne-Marie Smith, Nia Young and Tansy Swerdlow
Examination of teacher's perceptions to the impact of introducing robotics to enhance 'Future Skills' within the classroomNick Young and Gary Beauchamp
Everyday Ethics: Student writing as a not-so-benign area of researchVerity Aiken
Europeanising Higher Education: Intergovernmentalism and Neofunctionalism in Higher Education PolicySarah St. John
Ethnicity, Young People and ‘othering’ ‘Its’ like we don’t exist’; transitions from school to nowhereNighet Nasim Riaz
Establishing Educational Success in the Shadow of the Neuroscientific Education AgendaThomas Feldges
Equality, Education and ElephantsSue Davies
Enhancing the curriculum: The place of drugs awareness in education studiesCaroline Lohmann-Hancock
Enhancing professional practiceRichard Taff Davies
Encouraging students to become researchers through collaborative research.Cathal O'Siochru
Enable- ASD: Enabling Collaboration in the Classroom with the Use of Touchscreen Devices with Young Children with AutismDr Chrysoula Mangafa
Employability and Career Choices in Education Studies: A Recent Graduate’s ReflectionsRebecca Snape
EFL Materials in public schools’ classroom in Saudi Arabia. An investigation of the extent to which teachers engage in materials/textbooks development in order to design learning experiences to meet the needs of their students as an indicator of teacher autonomy.Sultan Albedaiwi
Educationalists, we need to talk about counterfactualsGraham Downes
Educational Attainment across Urban and Rural Locations in the UK: A Systematic ReviewGemma Cherry, Allen Thurston and Jannette Elwood
Educational Agility – A Conceptual-Developmental ModelSean Naughton
Education Studies: a research ‘journey’ from North Carolina to Cardiff: learning outdoo rs with teachers and practitioners in rain, snow and sun through conversations, observations and reflectionsChantelle Haughton, Julie Burke and Gary Beauchamp
Education studies students’ recollection of childhood play and their impact on learningRuby Price
Education Organisations and Learning in a Digital AgeSulaiman Alshathri, Amin Alzahrani and Trevor Male
Education for Transformation: Critical Pedagogical Thoughts, Practice and Paulo FreireMark Wilson
Education for Integration: Supporting Refugee and Asylum Seeker Children and Young PeopleMaria J Marin
Education beyond planability, knowability and certaintyThomas Altfelix
Education as Fictitious Commodity: The Strange Non-Death of ICTPeter Jones and Graham Downes
Education as a tool for ethnic minority community cohesion: An exploration into Liverpool's Somali community and the use of multicultural education in a secondary school to promote integrationAshley Kirwan
Education as a coercive process: Stories of confusion and (mis)communication in teacher narratives.Liz Beastall
Education and Devolution in Wales: Heaven or Hell?Caroline Lewis
EDUCATING THE FREELANCER - Employability in Scottish Educational Policy and Art & Design StudentsSara MacLean
Economics and Education StudiesStephen Ward
Early Years Mentors: from principle and policy to practice and assessmentTracey Edwards
Dual and Multiple Exceptionality: making education provision for SEN and gifted learners.Trevor Cotterill
Don’t hate the player... hate the game! How our different conceptions of an academic professional identity can influence our perceptions of the REF and TEFCathal O'Siochru, Catherine O'Connell and Namrata Rao
Do Screencasts Really Work? A Study of Their Effect in the Teaching of Quantitative MethodsRob Baker and Jayne Revill
Do trainee teachers' view the use of video as an opportunity or a threat?Daniela Bacova and Sarah Telfer
Disentangling from Normalcy: The Co-constructed Narrative of an Education Studies TeacherMelanie Parker and Abbie O’Brien
Discomfort, Avoidance and Shame: Teaching and Researching Dangerous KnowledgeJoanna Haynes and Heather Knight
Disabled Student’s perspectives of Learning Development provision. What we have and what we could have?Emily Forster and Tracy Slawson
Developing the Leadership Capability of School Principals at Public Intermediate Schools in KuwaitIbrahim Alhouti
Developing supportive online environments: Exploring the experiences of non-traditional students enrolled in higher educationJo Axe
Developing professional capital: From Pedagogic Solitude to the Teachers TakeawayDom Thompson and David Galloway
Developing assessment feedback literacy: The role of reciprocal relationships and dialogic interactionsTristan Middleton, Adeela ahmed Shafi, Sian Templeton and Richard Millican
Developing academic buoyancy and resilience through the assessment feedback processTristan Middleton, Richard Millican and Sian Templeton
Developing a subjective well-being measure for early yearsBeccie Bridgewater, Gareth Williams, Ildiko Krumpek and Janice Puati
Designing a New ModelTina Page
Debating the use of in - class debates in Education Studies: A comparative investigation into the use of debates as a teaching strategy in Higher EducationZeta Williams-Brown and Mark Wilson
Cross-Curricular Pedagogies in Music and Drama: a Systematic Literature Review and its Impact on PracticeThomas Breeze and Emma Thayer
Critical reflection practices of educators implementing one-to-one digital device schemesHarbir Kaur Bal
Creative Writing in GCSE English Language: Exploring English Teachers' Philosophies, Pedagogies and PracticesRebecca Snape
Creating conducive learning environments with students: Technology Enhanced Learning - distraction or enhancement ?Simon Taylor
Consumerism, enterprise and charity: looking good, making money and assuaging guiltAlex Kosogorin
Constructing the ‘other’ in EducationHarriet Pattison
Confronting Constructed Identities: Migrant Academics and their Identification Process within the UK Higher Education.Thuyshari Welikala
Conceptualising Research in Education Studies ProgrammesDavid Menendez Alvarez Hevia
Conceptions of subject knowledge in the initial education of primary teachersDeborah Pope
Children’s engagement with digital and non-digital activitiesAderonke Folorunsho
Children of Migrant Workers in Urban Public High Schools: An Analysis of the Dual Role of EducationYue Song
Character Education in England and Spain: Sociohistorical and theoretical similarities and differencesJuan Luis Fuentes
Catholic Education in Bangladesh: The Case of Congregation of Holy Cross, 1947-2016Farid Md Shaikh
Capturing the voices of young people who have been permanently excluded from school: reflections and aspirationsJade Murden
Can the use of a Grade Point scale enhance the grades of Education Studies’ students? A pilot study based on the use of an alternative mark scale for a module within the Primary Education Studies programme at UWTSDSue Ainsworth
British Values - they seek them here, they seek them thereAlex Kosogorin and Linda Barker
Biology Education to promote Responsible Global CitizenshipRenato Margiotta
Binge Learning – A Conceptual-Developmental ModelSean Naughton and Susan Murrin-Bailey
Beyond Silence and Fear: Researching approaches to anti-racist school practice in the South West of EnglandHeather Knight
Being immersive and subversive in nature. A study of the experiences of children from four different primary schools taking part in mindful approaches in local nature reserves.Dylan Adams and Gary Beauchamp
Being Enterprising in an Educational ContextGill Jones
Behavioural Problems in Preschool children from Teachers’ perspectives in Saudi ArabiaMrs Basma Alghufali
Autonomy and The Four CapacitiesAlison Mackenzie
Authentic Student Partnership: Space for Diversity and InclusionRichard Sanders, Nasrat Shaheen and Roger Willoughby
Audio Feedback Revisited: A Pastoral Dimension?Stephen Dixon
Attitudes to Research Ethics in Sub Saharan Africa; a phenomenographic based narrative inquiryChris Grant
Attachment awareness in schools – a model in partnership working or a sell-out?Richard Parker
Attachment aware schools, emotional and mental wellbeing: explorations in education policyRichard Parker
Assessed asynchronous discussion with an education studies programme: Student perspectives on their value and validityAlan Howe and Graham Downes
Aspiring to Higher Education? The complex views of secondary students:Zeta Williams-Brown, Gavin Rhoades and Matt Smith
Arts Education and the Desistance Process: The Role That Agency Acquired Through Art Plays in Supporting Female Offenders During Incarceration and Upon ReleaseSophie Nickeas
Are we teaching British values the way the government intended?Megan Bettinson
An investigation into the impact of incidental learning on trainee teachers’ professional development, whilst working in the FE contextAmanda Turner
An investigation into the effect of phonics teaching on reading scores in KS1Paul Skillen and Bethany Murphy
An Integration of Collaborative Learning and Haptic Senses: A Cross - cultural Approach in Architectural EducationKoompong Noobanjong and Taisto H. Mäkelä
An Inquiry about Perception of Autonomous Academe and Accountable Leadership: A Case of BangladeshMd. Monjur-e-Khoda Tarafdar
An exploration of female interest and attitudes towards studying Mathematics.Paul Skillen and Olivia Naylor
Achieving sustainable development in the West African region through transnational educationAndrew Okoye and Fredrick Agboma
Academic responses to impact as a new indicator in the REF: exploring the implications for pedagogic research in HECatherine O'Connell
Academic Judgement in Higher Education: The social cost of its demise?Howard Gibson
Academic boredom among students in higher education: a mixed-methods exploration of characteristics and consequencesJohn Sharp
A vehicle for educational change: Exploring faculty perspectives on adopting openness as a core design principleJo Axe
A Peirce - Vygotskian approach to the modality of second language educationJames Ma
A New school for a New cinema: Learning and Teaching through Films in Brazilian SchoolsPamela de Bortoli
A Dynamic Model for Understanding Children's DrawingsClare Higgins
A degree in Education Studies? What can I do with that?Caroline Lewis
A critical approach to Emotional Intelligence as a dominant discourse in educationDavid Menendez Alvarez Hevia
A Connected Curriculum: using collaboration and peer teaching to support an integrated response to curriculum change in WalesThomas Breeze, Emma Thayer and Dr Judith Kneen
A Comparative Study of Teaching & Learning Styles in the UK and South East AsiaDavid Ratcliffe
A comparative study of students’ entry motivation at universities in England, Germany and PortugalBrendan Bartram
*‘We are such stuff as dreams are made on’: using dreams as a research method to trouble un/conscious discourses in educationEmma Macleod-Johnstone
(Re)Conceptualising Education Studies: Curriculum concepts and continuitiesStephen Griffin, Roger Willoughby and
'Open all hours’: researching access, play and adventure in school grounds (a collaboration between Play Wales, Cardiff Metropolitan University and local schools)Chantelle Haughton, Gary Beauchamp and Marianne Manello