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‘ There are more questions than answers and the more I find out, the less I know’: dilemmas in qualitative educational research

Mandy French
Volume 4(3) 2012
1081 / 6
‘Dreaming New Visions’: Indigenous Thinkers on Decolonising Education

Caroline Bagelman
Volume 11(2) 2020
784 / 95
‘Nature’, Childhood, and The Anthropocene: evaluating the challenges for Education Studies

David Blundell
Volume 8(1) 2017
1078 / 30
‘Telling Tales’. An investigation into the representation of disability in classic children’s fairy tales

Alan Hodkinson and Jemma Park
Volume 8(2) 2017
1150 / 33
“This is awesome Miss. It is safe. We don’t do this with any other teacher.” Classroom activities to listen to pupils’ voices

Anna Bryant, Nicola Bolton and Scott Fleming
Volume 7(1) 2015
1166 / 6
“Children are more than just a statistic. Education is more than government outlines”: Primary teachers’ perspectives on the standards agenda in England

Zeta Williams-Brown and Michael Jopling
Volume 12(1) 2021
578 / 12
“Setting Fire to the Rain”: A reflection on the influence of Paulo Freire’s philosophy on seminar leadership in Higher Education

Mark Wilson
Volume 7(2) 2016
1002 / 10
A Global Citizen of the skies

Daniel Brown and Natasha Neale
Volume 2(2) 2010
856 / 4
A multi-sensory approach for higher education business students: Using colour in the reading process to analyse academic writing

Susie Marriott
Volume 13(1) 2022
271 / 10
A study of final Year Education Studies Undergraduate Students’ Perceptions of Blended Learning within a Higher Education course

Gary Beauchamp and Isabelle Brook
Volume 7(1) 2015
885 / 9
A study of self-efficacy in the use of interactive whiteboards across educational settings: a European perspective from the iTILT project

Emily Hillier, Gary Beauchamp and Shona Whyte
Volume 5(2) 2013
1033 / 16
A Well-being Profile of U.S. – Based International Graduate Students: Implications for Counseling and Higher Education Professionals

Eid Hamza
Volume 6(2) 2014
1034 / 2
Alternative visions of learning: children’s learning experiences in the outdoors

Tony Rea
Volume 1(2) 2008
1426 / 52
An analysis of education studies undergraduate students’ perception of ICT: a case study

Ioanna Palaiologou
Volume 1(1) 2008
1099 / 3
An analysis of the common characteristics of intervention strategies used in secondary education

Michael Power
Volume 12(1) 2021
409 / 7
An analysis of Trainee Teachers’ use of Code-switching in the Bilingual Secondary Classroom: a case from Wales

Jessica Clapham
Volume 3(1) 2011
1215 / 13
An Evaluation of the Implementation of Personal Development Planning

Ioanna Palaiologou
Volume 4(1) 2011
1038 / 2
An exploration of factors influencing undergraduate student engagement at a UK university

Richard Millican, Tristan Middleton, Tyrone Perry-Harry, Luci Holmes, Jorja Bond and Ohoud Abdalla
Volume 14(2) 2023
345 / 8
An exploration of the effects of synchronous and asynchronous learning activities on student nurse experience during the Covid-19 pandemic

Elizabeth Wheatley and Amanda Turner
Volume 13(2) 2022
212 / 6
An investigation into Commensality in the ‘School Restaurant’

Gurpinder Lalli
Volume 8(2) 2017
2856 / 31
Anecdotal Storytelling in the Adult ESOL and Literacy Classroom

Sarah Telfer and Daniela Bacova
Volume 9(1) 2018
788 / 12
Another school is possible: school reform in a neo-liberal age

Terry Wrigley
Volume 1(2) 2008
1274 / 12
Anxiety, planning strategies, and the development of argumentation in academic writing

Lorna Bourke and Alan Yates
Volume 11(1) 2020
542 / 16
Aspiring to Higher Education? Choice, complexity and confidence in secondary students’ decision-making

Zeta Williams-Brown, Gavin Rhoades, Matt Smith and David Thompson
Volume 10(1) 2019
692 / 20
Assets and school dropout among Roma and Egyptian minority adolescents in Albania

Eglantina Dervishi, Fatjona Hysi, Nora Wiium and Desara Agaj
Volume 13(2) 2022
167 / 5
Barbarous Custom: discursively deconstructing The Prevent Duty

Kate Brooks
Volume 10(1) 2019
635 / 8
But I don’t want to be a teacher: Work based learning in Education Studies

Catherine Simon
Volume 8(2) 2017
1049 / 38
Can Teaching Critical Reflexivity be Improved Using Metaphors? The Hippo in the Room

Joe Gazdula
Volume 8(1) 2017
1095 / 14
Care farming, learning and young people: An exploration into the possible contribution of care farming to young people’s engagement with learning

Rachael Fell-Chambers
Volume 13(2) 2022
137 / 6
Citizenship Education in Secondary Schools in England

Steph May
Volume 7(1) 2015
1063 / 20
Collaborating in school networks: The realities of navigating the professional boundaries of schools

Julia Everitt
Volume 13(1) 2022
224 / 9
Collaborative resilience-building: supporting childhood resilience through interaction between adults and children

Zeta Williams-Brown, Michael Jopling, Jayne Daly and Andrew Aston
Volume 11(2) 2020
570 / 7
Conceptions of Inclusion and Inclusive Education: a Critical Examination of the Perspectives and Practices of Teachers in England

Alan Hodkinson and Chandrika Devarakonda
Volume 3(1) 2011
1351 / 20
Course struggle, exam stress, or a fear of the unknown? A study of A level students’ assessment preferences and the reasons behind them

Gill Elliott, Irenka Suto, Nicky Rushton and Sanjana Mehta
Volume 6(2) 2014
1086 / 15
Creative Non-Fiction: One Approach to Narrative Research in Education

Wendy Bignold
Volume 4(1) 2011
1220 / 22
Cultures of knowledge, learning and assessment: an encounter between two Education Studies programmes

Claire Jones, Deborah Bell, Joanna Haynes, Martin Stepney and Suanne Gibson
Volume 2(1) 2009
875 / 1
Depicting young people by what they are not: conceptualisation and usage of NEET as a deficit label

Hope Nudzor
Volume 2(2) 2010
1126 / 30
Despite Ourselves? Education Studies: between spirit and ‘passing on’

Julian McDougall and Stephen Griffin
Volume 2(1) 2009
1090 / 1
Developing and Maintaining Collaborative Communities of Practice in Art, Design & Media: The North West Network Experience

Barbara E Thomas and Jill Fernie-Clarke
Volume 3(1) 2011
1066 / 1
Developing projects to improve outcomes for children and young people through university partnerships

Richard Parker
Volume 4(3) 2012
1142 / 1
Developing Teachers as Researchers: A Case Study in Collaborative Learning

Joe Gazdula
Volume 9(2) 2018
819 / 11
Digital technologies: Implications for educational organisations and settings in the twenty-first century

Trevor Male
Volume 7(3) 2016
1101 / 51
Discourses of Home Education and the Construction of the Educational ‘Other’

Harriet Pattison
Volume 9(1) 2018
866 / 21
Diverse placement experiences and professional identity development. Perceptions of trainee teachers based within the post-compulsory sector

Amanda Turner and Anastasija Jumatova
Volume 11(2) 2020
489 / 7
Do tablets cure the pedagogy headache?

Paul Hopkins
Volume 7(3) 2016
1034 / 16
Does Identity Influence How Learners Seek Support? Creating Student Habitus

Vivienne Newton and Sarah Telfer
Volume 8(2) 2017
952 / 14
Don’t panic (yet): The implications of ChatGPT for Education Studies in the UK

Stephen Dixon
Volume 14(1) 2023
269 / 12
Eco-education: A response to the Anthropocene and an uncertain future

Sandra Abegglen and David Blundell
Volume 12(1) 2021
419 / 14
Education students in Zambia – comparative education in action

Dan Davies
Volume 1(2) 2008
1042 / 10
Education Studies and Employability: how do students and graduates define the subject and what do they perceive its vocational relevance to be?

Alan Hodkinson
Volume 2(1) 2009
1108 / 3
Education studies and teacher education

Stephen Ward
Volume 1(1) 2008
1099 / 7
Education Studies and the uses of Literary Form: towards student engagement with educational theory

John Grant
Volume 8(1) 2017
996 / 12
Education Studies Students 2.0?

Richard Sanders, Stephen Griffin and Stephen Dixon
Volume 6(1) 2013
1155 / 6
Educational success and failure of learners from similar socio-cultural backgrounds: two life story interviews

Ambreen Shahrian
Volume 4(3) 2012
1071 / 1
Emotional Intelligence in Saudi Arabian Educational Supervision: between acceptance and resistance

Jawaher Almudarra and David Menendez Alvarez Hevia
Volume 10(2) 2019
660 / 13
Emotional Intelligence: towards a generic framework for the 21st century

Chris Wakeman and Chris Wakeman
Volume 2(1) 2009
1227 / 4
Enabling digital participation in Higher Education

Anita Reardon, David Kane and Jonathan Hickman
Volume 3(2) 2011
991 / 4
Enhancing education supervision in Saudi Arabia – towards eSupervision

Amin Alzahrani and Mohammed Alghamdi
Volume 7(3) 2016
858 / 8
Enhancing pupil motivation through an alternative curriculum: Valuing youth-selected activities

Wendy Bignold
Volume 2(1) 2009
935 / 2
Falling Through the Gaps: A comparison of the study skills used by A2 students and first year undergraduates

Ann Kenny
Volume 2(3) 2010
1055 / 3
Flipped classrooms: Action research to improve practice within an HE nursing context

Matt Smith and Amanda Turner
Volume 13(1) 2022
253 / 8
Getting to the Heart of System Reform – A micro strategy for large scale educational change

David Hopkins and John Baumber
Volume 10(2) 2019
680 / 33
Hard times for education in England

Martin Allen and Patrick Ainley
Volume 5(1) 2012
1041 / 2
Hard to teach, hard to reach, hard to justify: the challenge of participatory research with vulnerable young people

Catherine Lamond
Volume 4(1) 2011
1077 / 0
Home and Alternative Education as Places of Emotional Refuge

Carrie Adamson
Volume 11(2) 2020
443 / 8
Homophobia in primary schools: does it exist?

Alan Hodkinson and Colin Wong
Volume 4(2) 2012
1428 / 78
How can student-staff partnership in curriculum design impact upon learning experience and engagement?

Amee Yostrakul
Volume 12(1) 2021
507 / 14
How different are we? Globalisation and the perceptions of leadership challenges in England and Hong Kong

Mike Bottery
Volume 1(1) 2008
1115 / 8
Incorporating IT and Multi-Media Activity Into Field-Based Undergraduate Research: Geography at Staffordshire University

Rob Boast and Tim Harris
Volume 3(2) 2011
1044 / 0
Interactions with digital technologies of children from 3 to 6 in Kuwaiti homes

Fayiz Aldhafeeri and Ioanna Palaiologou
Volume 7(3) 2016
1046 / 5
Internationalisation and the global dimension in the curriculum

Chrissie Dell and Margaret Wood
Volume 2(2) 2010
1036 / 7
Investigating students’ pedagogical use of ICT in learning in Ghanaian secondary schools

Charles Buabeng-Andoh
Volume 6(2) 2014
969 / 3
Kurt Lewin’s model of change revisited in a Brazilian Higher Education context

M Botelho, R Kowalski and Steve Bartlett
Volume 5(2) 2013
1025 / 4
Learning about ‘Life’ or valuing ‘Life’?

Sonia Pieczenko and Thomas Feldges
Volume 7(2) 2016
1026 / 9
Learning at the coalface: staff and student perceptions of research informed teaching

Helen Puntha
Volume 3(2) 2011
1060 / 5
Learning identities and characters of studentship: an alternative to learning styles

Will Curtis
Volume 1(2) 2008
1108 / 9
Legitimising foundation degrees: principles, practice and pedagogy

Claire Taylor
Volume 1(1) 2008
924 / 1
Lessons learned – Increasing participation of children with disabilities in Physical Education through a collaborative school and third sector partnership approach

Cath Walker, Grant Stanley, Milly Blundel, Diana Burton, Marion Jones, Steph May and Sue Walker
Volume 6(1) 2013
932 / 3
Linking Learning to Practice

Kathryn McFarlane
Volume 2(3) 2010
982 / 1
Lost Generation? New strategies for youth and education

Patrick Ainley
Volume 3(1) 2011
1171 / 5
Maths Anxiety in College Students across Majors: A Cross-Cultural Study

Ahmed M. Helal and Eid Hamza
Volume 5(2) 2013
1067 / 6
Moving in the wrong direction: A critical history of citizenship education in England from the early twentieth century to the present day

Daryn Egan-Simon
Volume 12(1) 2021
359 / 2
Newman and the Student: From formation to transformation

Wendy Bignold
Volume 4(2) 2012
1133 / 3
Niklas Luhmann: a systems view of education and school improvement

Derek Bunyard
Volume 2(3) 2010
1384 / 87
Old wine in new bottles: Utilising audio feedback for summative assessment

Stephen Dixon
Volume 13(1) 2022
277 / 6
On recognition and respect: Honneth, intersubjectivity and education

Mark Murphy
Volume 2(2) 2010
1301 / 48
Opening the theory box

Erik Blair
Volume 4(1) 2011
1083 / 4
Perception to Reality: Pupils’ expectations and experiences of the primary-secondary school transition

Anna Bryant, Gary Beauchamp, Kieran Hodgkin and Scott Fleming
Volume 6(1) 2013
995 / 16
Precarity and pedagogic rights: How teacher training programmes prepare trainees for the realities of migration in the classroom

Caroline Bagelman, Chris Keelan, Mona Massumi and Jan Springob
Volume 12(1) 2021
393 / 4
Preservation of learning outside the primary classroom: A comparison of policy and practice in Danish udeskole (outdoor school) and English primary Outdoor Education (OE)

Megan McGee, Joe Gazdula and Elliott Gazdula
Volume 13(1) 2022
429 / 14
Primary-aged children’s participation activities that influence adult decision-making: a scoping literature review

Melanie Macer
Volume 6(2) 2014
945 / 37
Professional activity and professional identity: A cultural-historical investigation into change and transformation in Children’s Services

Paul Wiseman
Volume 7(2) 2016
944 / 3
Re-imaging the new educational professional: opportunities, challenges and consequences for Education Studies

Alana Enoch
Volume 1(2) 2008
953 / 2
Reconciling subjects and contexts: the case for a pragmatic primary curriculum

John Smith
Volume 1(2) 2008
1129 / 6
Responding to shifting landscapes: Educational authority and characters of lectureship

Will Curtis
Volume 2(3) 2010
968 / 0
School leadership in England: Reflections on research activity between 1997 and 2017

Trevor Male
Volume 9(1) 2018
766 / 20
School-led Initial Teacher Training: Why are schools so attracted to the idea of ‘growing their own teachers’?

Joanne Hill
Volume 14(1) 2023
230 / 9
Science within the primary curriculum: a regional perspective on preparation to teach

John Sharp and Rebecca Hopkin
Volume 1(2) 2008
1119 / 3
Science, Technology, Engineering and… Masculinity? How psychological theory can help understand and improve the gender gap within STEM subjects

Misha Vickers
Volume 11(1) 2020
480 / 6
Secular spiritual education

Stephen Bigger
Volume 1(1) 2008
1064 / 2
Smoke Alarms and Smoke Screens: The Learning Journey of an Undergraduate

Anne O'Grady
Volume 5(1) 2012
1032 / 6
Somali ‘influencers’ in and beyond a school community: Using funds of knowledge to influence family and children’s reading engagement

Jane Carter, Hibo Mohammad and Fathia Aidid
Volume 13(2) 2022
144 / 3
Sounding Good: Exploring the potential of audio feedback

Stephen Dixon
Volume 2(3) 2010
1054 / 6
Students’ participation in post-16 mathematics: a perspective from Wales

Rosemary Jones
Volume 1(1) 2008
1097 / 4
Students’ Perceptions on the Transition from Further Education in Schools to Higher Education

Rosemary Cann
Volume 3(2) 2011
1276 / 261
Subverting or reconceptualising professionalism? The curious case of the imposition of synthetic phonics

Deirdre Hewitt
Volume 4(2) 2012
1107 / 4
Supporting students’ learning with web 2.0; near-distance learning, social media and student choice in higher education

David Kane and Jonathan Hickman
Volume 4(3) 2012
1012 / 1
Teachers’ Perceptions of the Impact of Continuing Professional Development on Their Professional Practice in a Further Education College in the West Midlands

Lisa Bartleton
Volume 9(2) 2018
829 / 20
Teaching Portfolios and the Quality Enhancement Project in Higher Education

Timothy Murphy and Iain MacLaren
Volume 2(1) 2009
1089 / 2
The ‘graduate global citizen’? An examination of undergraduate Education students’ reasons for non-participation in international placements.

Brendan Bartram
Volume 5(2) 2013
1086 / 1
The academies programme: an education revolution?

Ruth Goodman
Volume 4(3) 2012
1170 / 13
The Art of Education or the Science of Education?

Jacqueline Elton, Sonia Pieczenko and Thomas Feldges
Volume 8(1) 2017
1159 / 13
The big question: why do change initiatives in education often fail to yield desired results?

Hope Nudzor
Volume 6(1) 2013
946 / 6
The challenges of developing blended learning in the first electronic university in the Arab world (Saudi Electronic University)

Sulaiman Alshathri
Volume 7(3) 2016
848 / 4
The changing face of higher education in a widening participation context during the Covid-19 pandemic

Heather Thaxter
Volume 14(1) 2023
143 / 9
The changing role of the headteacher in England post academisation

Jack Lewis, Deborah Outhwaite, Claire Tupling, Mark Gibson and Giuliana Ferri
Volume 14(2) 2023
269 / 12
The Co-Opting of Education: Education and Education Studies from a Political and Economic Discourse

Sandra Abegglen and Jessie Bustillos Morales
Volume 9(1) 2018
908 / 38
The complexity of in-class debates in Higher Education: student perspectives on differing designs

Mark Wilson and Zeta Williams-Brown
Volume 7(2) 2016
853 / 10
The Controversy Will Continue! Issues Concerning the Conceptualisations and Assessment of Creativity and the Impact it has on Education

Stephen Pritchard
Volume 11(1) 2020
578 / 30
The curious case of impairment and the school textbook

Alan Hodkinson and Amir B Ghajarieh
Volume 6(2) 2014
863 / 3
The Development of the History Curriculum in English Primary Schools: Analysis of Data and Identification of Trends from the British Historical Association’s 2011 Primary Survey

Jon Nichol and Penelope Harnett
Volume 4(2) 2012
1199 / 30
The disconnect about displacement: Parental perspectives on IDP access to education in Iraq in the COVID-19 Era

Mariam Hassoun
Volume 13(2) 2022
173 / 3
The Education of Children from Military Families: Identity and Agency

Judith McCullouch, Michael Hall and Sophie Ellis
Volume 9(2) 2018
872 / 51
The effects of students’ previous learning on graph-comprehension in the English as second language (ESL) textbooks in a Pakistani university

Irfan A Rind and Sajjad Alhawsawi
Volume 5(2) 2013
1010 / 2
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the professional practice of Scottish childminders

Bethan Davies, Deborah Holt and Deborah Fry
Volume 14(1) 2023
82 / 1
The implications for teaching and learning in Key Stage 1 as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic

Ayesha Lohar and Cathal O'Siochru
Volume 14(1) 2023
139 / 4
The importance of placement activity in promoting employability skills in fashion and textiles students

Cassandra O'Connor
Volume 4(1) 2011
1107 / 3
The potential value of student created podcasts as assessment tools in higher education

Elizabeth Hopkins
Volume 5(1) 2012
1159 / 4
The Quest to Re-energise Academic Staff in Higher Education in an Age of Performativity

Ioanna Palaiologou, Stephen Burwood, Thomas Feldges and Trevor Male
Volume 7(1) 2015
1101 / 15
The rise and fall of creativity in English education

Ashley Compton
Volume 2(2) 2010
1783 / 102
The trouble with VAK

Jenny Byrne, John Sharp and Rob Bowker
Volume 1(1) 2008
1551 / 61
The use of in-class debates as a teaching strategy in increasing students’ critical thinking and collaborative learning skills in higher education

Zeta Williams-Brown
Volume 7(1) 2015
1176 / 26
The validity of tutor assessed Independent Research Reports contributing to a pre-university qualification

Jackie Greatorex and Stuart Shaw
Volume 6(1) 2013
1000 / 1
The working class and the state apparatuses in the UK and Venezuela: implications for education

Mike Cole
Volume 2(1) 2009
1064 / 4
Transforming teacher education: professionalism for a changing world

Paul Morgan and Terry Wrigley
Volume 1(1) 2008
1023 / 6
Transparency, Accountability, and the Public Role of Higher Education

Paul Standish
Volume 5(1) 2012
1222 / 35
Two taxonomies are better than one: towards a method of analysing a variety of domains and types of thinking in an assessment

Jackie Greatorex, Jo Ireland and Victoria Coleman
Volume 10(1) 2019
705 / 15
Universities, the Market and the State: Knowledge in the modern and postmodern universities

Stephen Ward
Volume 4(2) 2012
1041 / 1
Using images to develop group discussion and actions for sustainable development

Alison Glover
Volume 12(1) 2021
364 / 9
Video for (micro) teaching, an opportunity or a challenge? (A mixed methods case study)

Daniela Bacova, Sarah Telfer and Dai Griffiths
Volume 10(2) 2019
569 / 8
Walking in the footsteps of children and young people

Bernard R. Moss, Lee Pardy-McLaughlin and Mandy Rollins
Volume 3(2) 2011
872 / 1
What does implication mean? An exploration of undergraduates’ vocabulary size and academic achievement

Jennifer Marshall
Volume 14(2) 2023
170 / 6
What Education Studies is and what it might be

Patrick Ainley
Volume 2(1) 2009
1115 / 6
What future for curriculum history? The pedagogy of history in the primary phase and an analysis of ITT students’ experience and preparation for the classroom

Claire Checkley
Volume 5(1) 2012
1432 / 32
What is “policy”, a problem-solving definition or a process conceptualisation?

Hope Nudzor
Volume 2(1) 2009
1482 / 154
When I grow up I want to be a comedian! assessing the impact of comedy and laughter training on the emotional and social wellbeing of schoolchildren

Cathal O'Siochru
Volume 12(1) 2021
386 / 5
Who am I and how did I get here? The development of professional identity through incidental learning for trainee teachers in UK Further Education

Amanda Turner
Volume 9(2) 2018
676 / 20
Whose benefit is it anyway? Dispelling the deficit model of non-traditional learners in higher education using focus groups

Marie Clifford
Volume 10(2) 2019
806 / 24
Why are we tracking Reception-aged children? Teachers’ and key stakeholders’ perspectives on the reintroduction of national Reception Baseline Assessment

David Meechan, Tracy Whatmore, Zeta Williams-Brown and Simon Halfhead
Volume 13(2) 2022
301 / 17
Why the post-1992 Welsh universities students aren’t engaging with ERASMUS (Study Abroad): A case study on UWIC’s Department of Humanities

Russell Deacon
Volume 3(1) 2011
1020 / 1