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Youth work (2005)
Book Chapter
Oliver, B., & Pitt, B. (2005). Youth work. In G. Barratt, D. Sellman, & J. Thomas (Eds.), Inter-Professional Working In Health & Social Care - Professional PerspectivesPalgrave Macmillan

The technology boundary: A strategy for bridging the gap (2005)
Presentation / Conference
Falconer, L. (2005, September). The technology boundary: A strategy for bridging the gap. Presented at ALT-C 2005

The aim of this demonstration is to promote discussion regarding strategies that enable teachers to concentrate upon the pedagogy of e-learning design, rather than how to cope with technology. The domains of academia and technology have traditionall... Read More about The technology boundary: A strategy for bridging the gap.

Challenging approaches with children who challenge (2005)
Presentation / Conference
Davies, J. D. (2005, August). Challenging approaches with children who challenge. Paper presented at International Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress (ISEC)

Recovering potential: Factors associated with success in engaging challenging students with alternative pre-16 provision (2005)
Journal Article
Attwood, G., Croll, P., & Hamilton, J. (2005). Recovering potential: Factors associated with success in engaging challenging students with alternative pre-16 provision. Educational Research, 47(2), 149-162. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131880500104259

The study focuses on a group of young people for whom conventional school placements had broken down and were attending vocational courses at an FE college while still of compulsory school age. The students had been excluded by, or had failed to atte... Read More about Recovering potential: Factors associated with success in engaging challenging students with alternative pre-16 provision.

Becoming a lecturer in further education in England: The construction of professional identity and the role of communities of practice (2005)
Journal Article
Avis, J., & Bathmaker, A. M. (2005). Becoming a lecturer in further education in England: The construction of professional identity and the role of communities of practice. Journal of Education for Teaching, 31(1), 47-62. https://doi.org/10.1080/02607470500043771

Further education colleges in England offer a wide range of post-school education and training provision. Recently they have undergone major transformations that have resulted in considerable changes to the work of those teaching in them. In this pap... Read More about Becoming a lecturer in further education in England: The construction of professional identity and the role of communities of practice.

Is that 'tingling feeling' enough? Constructions of teaching and learning in further education (2005)
Journal Article
Bathmaker, A. M., & Avis, J. (2005). Is that 'tingling feeling' enough? Constructions of teaching and learning in further education. Educational Review, 57(1), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1080/0013191042000274150

This paper is concerned with changing constructions of teaching and learning in the further education (FE) sector in England. It explores how current changes may be affecting the development of lecturers' professional identity, drawing upon a small-s... Read More about Is that 'tingling feeling' enough? Constructions of teaching and learning in further education.

Vers un mouvement social européen? (2005)
Book Chapter
Mathers, A. (2005). Vers un mouvement social européen?. In P. Di Borgo (Ed.), Vues de l’Europe d’en Bas’L'Harmattan

Qualitative Control: A Review of the Framework for Assessing Qualitative Evaluation (2005)
Journal Article
Kushner, S. (2005). Qualitative Control: A Review of the Framework for Assessing Qualitative Evaluation. Evaluation, 11(1), 111-122. https://doi.org/10.1177/1356389005053194

This article takes a balanced look at the recent publication Quality in Qualitative Evaluation: a Framework for Assessing Research Evidence (Liz Spencer, Jane Ritchie, Jane Lewis and Lucy Dillon), published by the UK Cabinet Office. Set in a context... Read More about Qualitative Control: A Review of the Framework for Assessing Qualitative Evaluation.

Hanging in or shaping a future: Defining a role for vocationally related learning in a 'knowledge' society (2005)
Journal Article
Bathmaker, A. M. (2005). Hanging in or shaping a future: Defining a role for vocationally related learning in a 'knowledge' society. Journal of Education Policy, 20(1), 81-100. https://doi.org/10.1080/0268093042000322847

This paper explores the changing roles and purposes of vocational education for young people in what has been called a 'knowledge' society, using the General National Vocational Qualification (GNVQ) as an example. This qualification dominated the bro... Read More about Hanging in or shaping a future: Defining a role for vocationally related learning in a 'knowledge' society.

Improving police probationer training through a democratic research process (2005)
Journal Article
Davis, J. D., Alexandrou, A., & Davis, J. (2005). Improving police probationer training through a democratic research process. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 10(2), 245-256. https://doi.org/10.1080/13596740500200204

Following a damning report on the state of police probationer training in England and Wales by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary, entitled Training Matters (2002), the Home Office (2003), as part of its modernisation programme for the police... Read More about Improving police probationer training through a democratic research process.

Importance and impotence? learning, outcomes and research in further education (2005)
Journal Article
James, D. (2005). Importance and impotence? learning, outcomes and research in further education. Curriculum Journal, 16(1), 83-96. https://doi.org/10.1080/0958517042000336827

One of the defining features of the Teaching and Learning Research Programme is that it ‘aims to improve outcomes for learners of all ages in teaching and learning contexts across the UK’. This article argues that, although it is possible to use the... Read More about Importance and impotence? learning, outcomes and research in further education.


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