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One size doesn’t fit all: Exploring complexity in young people’s perceptions of Character Education a critical realist case study (2022)
Thesis
Kernaghan, P. One size doesn’t fit all: Exploring complexity in young people’s perceptions of Character Education a critical realist case study. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/6873519

This study is a Case Study (CS) informed exploration of a pupil’s eye view of Character Education (CE), in a CS school. It is intended to find out what they think of CE claims it can be ‘caught, taught or sought’ (Jubilee Centre, 2018). It consid... Read More about One size doesn’t fit all: Exploring complexity in young people’s perceptions of Character Education a critical realist case study.

Black Asian minority ethnic healthcare student support in practice - Final report (2022)
Report
Griffiths, M., & Garvey, A. (in press). Black Asian minority ethnic healthcare student support in practice - Final report. Health Education England

This report has been written to share the 15-months (January 2021- April 2022) Black, Asian Minority Ethnic Healthcare Student Support in Practice Partner Collaboration Project. The project was led by the University of the West of England (UWE) Brist... Read More about Black Asian minority ethnic healthcare student support in practice - Final report.

A cultural intelligent leadership: Architecture and the built environment (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Marco, E., Bourne, A., & Scott, K. (2022, March). A cultural intelligent leadership: Architecture and the built environment. Presented at Advance HE Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Conference 2022: Inclusive Institutions in Action, Manchester

Inequalities and the attainment gap persist in Higher Education, whilst transforming Construction Industry diversity could take up to 200 years. This study examines the authentic development of a culturally intelligent leadership in Architecture and... Read More about A cultural intelligent leadership: Architecture and the built environment.

Family transitions and home education: circumstances, processes and practices (2022)
Thesis
Gillie, S. Family transitions and home education: circumstances, processes and practices. (Thesis). The Open University. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/9382178

This study investigates the processes leading certain UK families to home educate. The research focus is: What circumstances inform the transitions of families to home education? The analysis draws upon a large-scale online survey, face-to-face inter... Read More about Family transitions and home education: circumstances, processes and practices.

Mastery and Depth in Primary Mathematics Enriching Children's Mathematical Thinking (2022)
Book
Lewis, F., Wilkinson, A., & Witt, M. (2022). Mastery and Depth in Primary Mathematics Enriching Children's Mathematical Thinking. London: Routledge

The UK National Curriculum is clear about the importance of reasoning and problem-solving in mathematics. Mastery and Depth in Primary Mathematics aims to support trainee and established teachers to embed mathematical thinking into their lessons. The... Read More about Mastery and Depth in Primary Mathematics Enriching Children's Mathematical Thinking.

Exploring the new guidance for higher education providers on education for sustainable development (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Longhurst, J. (2021, November). Exploring the new guidance for higher education providers on education for sustainable development. Presented at 6th Sino-Finnish Joint Learning Innovation Institute Annual Conference: Education and Sustainable Development Goals, Tampere University, Finland

Purpose of the Guidance To assist staff in UK higher education institutes seeking to incorporate Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) within their curricula To support students from any academic discipline to acquire the knowledge, unders... Read More about Exploring the new guidance for higher education providers on education for sustainable development.

Critical management education: Selected auto-ethnographic vignettes on how attachment to identity may disrupt learning (2021)
Journal Article
Knights, D., Huber, G., & Longman, R. (in press). Critical management education: Selected auto-ethnographic vignettes on how attachment to identity may disrupt learning. Management Learning, 53(3), 605-616. https://doi.org/10.1177/13505076211049868

In this essay, we explore the underlying processes of identity work in teaching from a critical management education (CME) perspective. Identity is a concern for both teachers and students and especially where the assumptions and routines on which it... Read More about Critical management education: Selected auto-ethnographic vignettes on how attachment to identity may disrupt learning.

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., & Gorell Barnes, L. (2021). Promoting water efficiency and hydrocitizenship in young people’s learning about drought risk in a temperate maritime country. Water, 13(18), Article 2599. 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.

Thinking outside of the black box: esoteric visual data analysis in qualitative educational research (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Grant, W. (2021, September). Thinking outside of the black box: esoteric visual data analysis in qualitative educational research. Paper presented at British Educational Research Association Conference 2021, Online

In this presentation I discuss a recently undertaken case study pilot to illustrate a problematic lack of methodological theory addressing qualitative visual research analysis. In particular: • Why does there appear to be a lack of methodological... Read More about Thinking outside of the black box: esoteric visual data analysis in qualitative educational research.

Methodological becoming: Doctoral students’ perceptions of their methodological journeys (2021)
Journal Article
Clark, T., & Clark, T. (2022). Methodological becoming: Doctoral students’ perceptions of their methodological journeys. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, 13(1), 36-53. 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.

Dare (2021)
Digital Artefact
Banks, E., & White, J. (2021). Dare. [Digital Video]

Synopsis 14 year old Jess is excited when Jake asks her out after a game of Dare one day after school. However, Jake has a particular plan in mind which will change her feelings for him and her approach to relationships forever. 'Dare' is a 15 mi... Read More about Dare.

A pedagogy for critical management studies (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Knights, D., Huber, G., & Longman, R. (2021, July). A pedagogy for critical management studies. Paper presented at 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia [online]

In this essay, we explore the underlying processes of identity work in teaching from a critical management studies (CMS) and critical management education (CME) perspective. Identity is a concern for both teachers and students and especially where it... Read More about A pedagogy for critical management studies.

Experiencing Initial Teacher Education as a career changer in England: A Constructivist Grounded Theory exploration of trainee teachers' perceptions of learning (2021)
Thesis
Garrick, N. Experiencing Initial Teacher Education as a career changer in England: A Constructivist Grounded Theory exploration of trainee teachers' perceptions of learning. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/7020678

Using Constructivist Grounded Theory Methodology, this study explores the perceptions of learning of eight career changing trainee teachers enrolled on four one-year primary or secondary postgraduate Initial Teacher Education programmes in England. T... Read More about Experiencing Initial Teacher Education as a career changer in England: A Constructivist Grounded Theory exploration of trainee teachers' perceptions of learning.

Student fears of oral presentations and public speaking in higher education: A qualitative survey (2021)
Journal Article
Grieve, R., Woodley, J., Hunt, S., & McKay, A. (2021). Student fears of oral presentations and public speaking in higher education: A qualitative survey. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 45(9), 1281-1293. https://doi.org/10.1080/0309877x.2021.1948509

Oral presentations and public speaking are an important aspect of the student experience in the United Kingdom higher education. Many modules (self-contained units normally within a programme of study) use presentations as a form of assessment and re... Read More about Student fears of oral presentations and public speaking in higher education: A qualitative survey.

Socialist bloc childhoods and children's rights in the Cold War (2021)
Book Chapter
White, E. Socialist bloc childhoods and children's rights in the Cold War. In Eastern Europe: A Global Area. Bloomsbury. Manuscript submitted for publication

The chapter looks at the globalisation of the Soviet model of education and childhood, first to Central and Eastern Europe, and then to the 'Third World' after the war. It covers the attempts by socialist bloc states to internationalise children's ri... Read More about Socialist bloc childhoods and children's rights in the Cold War.

Counter-terrorism measures in the classroom: Exploring the perceptions and experiences of education professionals enacting the Prevent Duty in Bath and Bristol (2021)
Thesis
Weedon, M. R. Counter-terrorism measures in the classroom: Exploring the perceptions and experiences of education professionals enacting the Prevent Duty in Bath and Bristol. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/6905888

While most education professionals report their straightforward enactment of Prevent, a critical multilevel analysis of 17 interviews with education professionals in the Bath and Bristol areas of the UK data demonstrates however, that the policy is w... Read More about Counter-terrorism measures in the classroom: Exploring the perceptions and experiences of education professionals enacting the Prevent Duty in Bath and Bristol.

Creativity in children's digital music composition (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Ford, C., Bryan-Kinns, N., & Nash, C. (2021). Creativity in children's digital music composition. In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME). https://doi.org/10.21428/92fbeb44.e83deee9

Composing is a neglected area of music education. To increase participation, many technologies provide open-ended interfaces to motivate child autodidactic use, drawing influence from Papert’s LOGO philosophy (to support children’s learning through p... Read More about Creativity in children's digital music composition.