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NASBTT Case Study (2021)
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Vickers-Hulse, K. (in press). NASBTT Case Study

Supporting preservice teachers to become informed teachers of reading through one-to-one tutoring in an English initial teacher education setting (2021)
Journal Article
Carter, J. (in press). Supporting preservice teachers to become informed teachers of reading through one-to-one tutoring in an English initial teacher education setting. Education 3-13, https://doi.org/10.1080/03004279.2021.1985578

Training preservice teachers as teachers of reading is a complex task, as is reading itself. Preservice teachers need to understand the theory that underpins practice; the cognitive skills and knowledge required to read and the contextual factors tha... Read More about Supporting preservice teachers to become informed teachers of reading through one-to-one tutoring in an English initial teacher education setting.

Promoting water efficiency and hydrocitizenship in young people’s learning about drought risk in a temperate maritime country (2021)
Journal Article
Jones, V., Whitehouse, S., McEwen, L., Williams, S., & Gorrel-Barnes, L. (2021). Promoting water efficiency and hydrocitizenship in young people’s learning about drought risk in a temperate maritime country. Water, 13(18), https://doi.org/10.3390/w13182599

Engaging young citizens with drought risk and positive water behaviours is essential in domestic water demand management within the wider climate crisis. This paper evaluates a new research-informed, picture book—‘DRY: The Diary of a Water Superhero’... Read More about Promoting water efficiency and hydrocitizenship in young people’s learning about drought risk in a temperate maritime country.

An integrated systems approach to food (2021)
Journal Article
Jones, V., Jones, M., & Ruge, D. (2021). An integrated systems approach to food. Primary Geography, Autumn 2021(106), 12-13

This paper explores how primary geography teachers can situate themselves in an integrated food system approach. It highlights critical issues relating to food and education and reflects on how other schools in the UK, Denmark and Czech Republic are... Read More about An integrated systems approach to food.

Pedagogies of discomfort and care: Balancing critical tensions in delivering gender-related violence training to youth practitioners (2021)
Journal Article
Cullen, F., & Whelan, M. (2021). Pedagogies of discomfort and care: Balancing critical tensions in delivering gender-related violence training to youth practitioners. Education Sciences, 11(9), https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci11090562

This reflective paper explores the emotions, ethics, and challenges of facilitating training for youth practitioners to tackle gender-related violence (GRV). This paper draws on insights from a training intervention that emerged from an EU-funded fem... Read More about Pedagogies of discomfort and care: Balancing critical tensions in delivering gender-related violence training to youth practitioners.

Leaky pipelines: Primary children’s subject interest, science capital and aspirations to careers in engineering (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Edmonds, J., & Lewis, F. (2021, September). Leaky pipelines: Primary children’s subject interest, science capital and aspirations to careers in engineering. Presented at British Educational Research Association Conference, Online

De Witt et al (2015) suggest that children are unlikely to change their minds as to whether science-based careers are for them between the end of primary school and year 9 (aged 11 and 14 in the UK). Indeed, attitudes in children to STEM subjects app... Read More about Leaky pipelines: Primary children’s subject interest, science capital and aspirations to careers in engineering.

Methodological becoming: Doctoral students’ perceptions of their methodological journeys (2021)
Journal Article
Clark, T., & Clark, T. (in press). Methodological becoming: Doctoral students’ perceptions of their methodological journeys. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, https://doi.org/10.1108/SGPE-12-2020-0076

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate and illustrate the potential relationships between doctoral students’ life histories and educational experiences and their methodological understanding and assumptions. Design/methodology/approach:... Read More about Methodological becoming: Doctoral students’ perceptions of their methodological journeys.

Adapting one-to-one reading support for children during Covid-19 school closures BERA SGF report August 2021 (2021)
Report
Carter, J. (2021). Adapting one-to-one reading support for children during Covid-19 school closures BERA SGF report August 2021. British Educational Research Association

Learning to read is considered a key priority in primary schools, but when Covid-19 forced school closures from March to July 2020 new approaches to teaching reading needed to be developed. This study considers three sets of data gathered from schoo... Read More about Adapting one-to-one reading support for children during Covid-19 school closures BERA SGF report August 2021.

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