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‘Just don’t tell them what’s in it’: Ethics, edible insects and sustainable food choice in schools (2020)
Journal Article
Jones, V. (in press). ‘Just don’t tell them what’s in it’: Ethics, edible insects and sustainable food choice in schools. British Educational Research Journal, https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3655

Supporting young people with global crises mitigation strategies is essential, yet loaded with ethical dilemmas for the educator. This study explores whether young people will make ethical decisions regarding the sustainability of food choice in scho... Read More about ‘Just don’t tell them what’s in it’: Ethics, edible insects and sustainable food choice in schools.

Learning how to learn: The role of music and other expressive arts in responding to Early Leaving from Education and Training (ELET) in the STALWARTS project (2020)
Journal Article
Krüger, V., Macedo, E., Rita Addessi, A., Rüütel, E., Warner, C., Carvalho, A., & Bunt, L. (in press). Learning how to learn: The role of music and other expressive arts in responding to Early Leaving from Education and Training (ELET) in the STALWARTS project. Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy,

This project report describes policy, practice and theory related to a cross-sectoral international project funded by the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme. STALWARTS – Sustaining Teachers and Learners with the Arts: Relational Health in European... Read More about Learning how to learn: The role of music and other expressive arts in responding to Early Leaving from Education and Training (ELET) in the STALWARTS project.

How can approaches aimed at preventing Female Genital Mutilation be improved and developed using participatory methods with second-generation young people in the UK? (2020)
Thesis
Ali, S. How can approaches aimed at preventing Female Genital Mutilation be improved and developed using participatory methods with second-generation young people in the UK?. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/3221462

Background: There is considerable interest in Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) at global level, and within the United Nations Development Programme Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), goal 5.3 aims to eliminate all harmful practices, including reduc... Read More about How can approaches aimed at preventing Female Genital Mutilation be improved and developed using participatory methods with second-generation young people in the UK?.

Students’ engagement with eLearning tools: their impact on academic performance (2020)
Working Paper
Hu, Y., Nath, N., Zhu, Y., & Laswad, F. Students’ engagement with eLearning tools: their impact on academic performance

This study examines the effect of synchronous and asynchronous online activities on students’ academic performance. Using student usage data captured in the log files of an adaptive Moodle learning platform, we find students’ total synchronous and as... Read More about Students’ engagement with eLearning tools: their impact on academic performance.

Engaging a wider public health workforce: bringing public health into architecture education (2020)
Journal Article
Marsh, R., Marco, E., Pilkington, P., & Rice, L. (in press). Engaging a wider public health workforce: bringing public health into architecture education. Cities and Health, https://doi.org/10.1080/23748834.2020.1736738

Background Architects can play a key role in the wider public health workforce, in ensuring building and urban design is health promoting, however there is no requirement to teach health by architectural accreditation bodies. Objective To evalua... Read More about Engaging a wider public health workforce: bringing public health into architecture education.

The assessment has become the curriculum: Teachers’ views on the Phonics Screening Check in England (2020)
Journal Article
Carter, J. (in press). The assessment has become the curriculum: Teachers’ views on the Phonics Screening Check in England. British Educational Research Journal, https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3598

The Phonics Screening Check (PSC) was introduced in England in 2012 for Year 1 children (aged 5 and 6). There have been criticisms of the check in relation to its reliability and appropriateness as an assessment for early reading, although advocates... Read More about The assessment has become the curriculum: Teachers’ views on the Phonics Screening Check in England.

Edible insects: Applying Bakhtin’s carnivalesque to understand how education practices can help transform young people’s eating habits (2020)
Journal Article
Beynon, S., Benyon, S., & Jones, V. (in press). Edible insects: Applying Bakhtin’s carnivalesque to understand how education practices can help transform young people’s eating habits. Children's Geographies, https://doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2020.1718608

Western European populations are being encouraged to reconsider their diets in light of population growth and the associated intensification of farming systems. In addition, health concerns associated with diets high in sugar, salt and saturated fat... Read More about Edible insects: Applying Bakhtin’s carnivalesque to understand how education practices can help transform young people’s eating habits.

Le tecnologie digitali 3d per la conservazione e la conoscenza del patrimonio culturale (2019)
Book Chapter
D'Agnano, F., Vernier, P., Ballarin, M., & Balletti, C. (2019). Le tecnologie digitali 3d per la conservazione e la conoscenza del patrimonio culturale. In Una nuova frontiera della didattica Metodi, tecnologie, esperienze italiane. Roma: Carrocci Editore

This chapter focuses on 3d technology and Cultural Heritage. It analyzes 3d technology such as CNC machines and additive processes: the 3d printers. Solid printing in museums/3d printing and geomatics for replicas validation.

Liquid loss: Learning to mourn our companion species and landscapes (2019)
Journal Article
Dillon, T. (2019). Liquid loss: Learning to mourn our companion species and landscapes. Screen City Biennial, 2,

“The world tells a big story: living arrangements that took millions of years to put into place are being undone in the blink of an eye.”[1] In 2015, a team of biologists, zoologists and ecologists[2] published a paper that examined whether human... Read More about Liquid loss: Learning to mourn our companion species and landscapes.

Creativity within the Foundation Phase curriculum: a risky business? (2019)
Journal Article
Chicken, S. (in press). Creativity within the Foundation Phase curriculum: a risky business?. Education 3-13, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004279.2019.1646298

Whilst creative behaviours are viewed as twenty-first century competencies [Davies, et.al. 2017] understandings within education remain vague [Prentice, 2000]. Through a focus on two Welsh primary headteachers, this paper illuminates two contrasting... Read More about Creativity within the Foundation Phase curriculum: a risky business?.

Academic Leadership in Higher Education - Initial research findings (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Griffiths, M., & Gibbs, V. (2019, May). Academic Leadership in Higher Education - Initial research findings. Presented at Council of Deans of Health Annual Summit, Cardiff

Introduction The aim of this research was to gain a deeper understanding of the perceptions of key stakeholders in relation to the current extent of Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) in leadership roles within academia. The researchers undertook an... Read More about Academic Leadership in Higher Education - Initial research findings.

Exploring the social construction of philosophical assumptions: the methodological journeys of doctoral researchers in the social sciences (2017)
Thesis
Clark, T. Exploring the social construction of philosophical assumptions: the methodological journeys of doctoral researchers in the social sciences. (Thesis). University of Reading. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/3001594

Existing information regarding methodological journeys is predominantly restricted to autobiographical accounts, which may limit understanding, particularly in relation to the development, and significance, of methodological consciousness. This thesi... Read More about Exploring the social construction of philosophical assumptions: the methodological journeys of doctoral researchers in the social sciences.

CRAFTSMEN AND TECHNOLOGY (2016)
Book Chapter
D'Agnano, F. (2016). CRAFTSMEN AND TECHNOLOGY. In New Craft exhibit catalogue. , (104). Venezia: Marsilio Editore

The catalogue describes the virtuous encounter between craftsmanship, technological innovation and project culture. The technological revolution is transforming the ways of production and consumption and, inevitably, also the forms of design. A new... Read More about CRAFTSMEN AND TECHNOLOGY.

Culture, Capitals and Graduate Futures: Degrees of Class (2015)
Book
Burke, C. (2016). Culture, Capitals and Graduate Futures: Degrees of Class. Abingdon: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

In a time of too many graduates for too few jobs, and in a context where applicants have similar levels of educational capital, what other factors influence graduate career trajectories? Based on the life history interviews of graduates and framed th... Read More about Culture, Capitals and Graduate Futures: Degrees of Class.

‘Graduate Blues’: Considering the Effects of Inverted Symbolic Violence on Underemployed Middle Class Graduates (2015)
Journal Article
Burke, C. (2017). ‘Graduate Blues’: Considering the Effects of Inverted Symbolic Violence on Underemployed Middle Class Graduates. Sociology, 51(2), 393-409. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038515596908

© 2015, © The Author(s) 2015. The understanding of social reproduction, from a Bourdieusian perspective, is that the dominant typically reproduce their position in social space through various apparatus, such as the education system, to the detriment... Read More about ‘Graduate Blues’: Considering the Effects of Inverted Symbolic Violence on Underemployed Middle Class Graduates.


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