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Researching resistance to neoliberal globalization: Engaged ethnography as solidarity and praxis (2007)
Journal Article
Mathers, A., & Novelli, M. (2007). Researching resistance to neoliberal globalization: Engaged ethnography as solidarity and praxis. Globalizations, 4(2), 229-249. https://doi.org/10.1080/14747730701345259

In this paper we investigate the process of carrying out ethnographic studies of organized resistance to neoliberal globalization. We do so by drawing upon the critical and public social science of Bourdieu and Santos, two highly influential opponent... Read More about Researching resistance to neoliberal globalization: Engaged ethnography as solidarity and praxis.

Degrees of distribution: Towards an understanding of variations in the nature of distributed leadership in schools (2007)
Journal Article
Ritchie, R., & Woods, P. A. (2007). Degrees of distribution: Towards an understanding of variations in the nature of distributed leadership in schools. School Leadership and Management, 27(4), 363-381. https://doi.org/10.1080/13632430701563130

The research reported on in this article explores how degrees of leadership distribution in schools might be differentiated. Data were collected from ten schools - eight primary and two secondary schools - / which were identified as exhibiting 'good... Read More about Degrees of distribution: Towards an understanding of variations in the nature of distributed leadership in schools.

'A darker shade of pale?' Whiteness, the middle classes and multi-ethnic inner city schooling (2007)
Journal Article
Reay, D., Hollingworth, S., Williams, K., Crozier, G., Jamieson, F., James, D., & Beedell, P. (2007). 'A darker shade of pale?' Whiteness, the middle classes and multi-ethnic inner city schooling. Sociology, 41(6), 1041-1060. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038507082314

Drawing on data from interviews with 63 London-based families, this article argues that there are difficult and uncomfortable issues around whiteness in multi-ethnic contexts. Even those parents, such as the ones in our sample, who actively choose et... Read More about 'A darker shade of pale?' Whiteness, the middle classes and multi-ethnic inner city schooling.

Understanding learning cultures (2007)
Journal Article
Hodkinson, P., Biesta, G., & James, D. (2007). Understanding learning cultures. Educational Review, 59(4), 415-427. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131910701619316

This paper sets out an explanation about the nature of learning cultures and how they work. In so doing, it directly addresses some key weaknesses in current situated learning theoretical writing, by working to overcome unhelpful dualisms, such as th... Read More about Understanding learning cultures.

The limits of tutor intervention: Understanding improvement in a cultural view of FE learning and teaching (2007)
Journal Article
James, D., & Wahlberg, M. (2007). The limits of tutor intervention: Understanding improvement in a cultural view of FE learning and teaching. Educational Review, 59(4), 469-482. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131910701619357

From its inception, the Transforming Learning Cultures in Further Education (TLC) project included an explicit intention to identify some principles for the enhancement of learning cultures in order to improve student and teacher learning, and a wish... Read More about The limits of tutor intervention: Understanding improvement in a cultural view of FE learning and teaching.

The paradox of professionalism in english further education: A TLC project perspective (2007)
Journal Article
Gleeson, D., & James, D. (2007). The paradox of professionalism in english further education: A TLC project perspective. Educational Review, 59(4), 451-467. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131910701619340

This paper examines the shifting nature of Further Education (FE) professionalism through the lenses of the Transforming Learning Cultures in FE (TLC) project. Despite over a decade of market and managerial reform professionalism in FE remains an elu... Read More about The paradox of professionalism in english further education: A TLC project perspective.

Accommodating multiple learning styles and abilities in a large-scale online learning resource (2007)
Book Chapter
Falconer, L., & Frutos-Perez, M. (2007). Accommodating multiple learning styles and abilities in a large-scale online learning resource. In S. Wheeler, & N. Whitton (Eds.), Beyond Control - Proceedings of the 14th International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology, 47-58. ALT

This paper discusses and evaluates the technological and pedagogical implications of designing large-scale, online learning resources that can be offered to accommodate a variety of learning styles and abilities. The theory of online learning design... Read More about Accommodating multiple learning styles and abilities in a large-scale online learning resource.

Degrees of distribution: Towards an understanding of variations in the nature of distributed leadership in schools (2007)
Journal Article
Ritchie, R., & Woods, P. A. (2007). Degrees of distribution: Towards an understanding of variations in the nature of distributed leadership in schools. School Leadership and Management, 27(4), 363-381. https://doi.org/10.1080/13632430701563130

The research reported on in this article explores how degrees of leadership distribution in schools might be differentiated. Data were collected from ten schools - eight primary and two secondary schools - which were identified as exhibiting 'good pr... Read More about Degrees of distribution: Towards an understanding of variations in the nature of distributed leadership in schools.

The need for a manifesto for educational programme evaluation (2007)
Journal Article
Elliott, J., & Kushner, S. (2007). The need for a manifesto for educational programme evaluation. Cambridge Journal of Education, 37(3), 321-336. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057640701546649

This paper explores the progress of educational programme evaluation over three decades through the lens of a group of evaluators primarily from the UK and the US who met periodically from 1972 to 2004 to review the state of the art of educational pr... Read More about The need for a manifesto for educational programme evaluation.

'How do i cope with that?' the challenge of 'schooling' cultures in further education for trainee FE lecturers (2007)
Journal Article
Bathmaker, A. M., & Avis, J. (2007). 'How do i cope with that?' the challenge of 'schooling' cultures in further education for trainee FE lecturers. British Educational Research Journal, 33(4), 509-532. https://doi.org/10.1080/01411920701434037

The development of professional identity amongst lecturers training to teach in further education (FE) colleges in England involves processes of adaptation. These partly take place during teaching placement in FE, as trainees navigate between their o... Read More about 'How do i cope with that?' the challenge of 'schooling' cultures in further education for trainee FE lecturers.


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